CTVA US Country Music - "The Wilburn Brothers Show" (Syndicated) Season 4 (1966-67)

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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 4 (1966-67)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
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approx. episodes 179-230

4.xx [179] Prod. no. WB-179 (unknown)
4.xx [180] Prod. no. WB-180 (unknown)
4.xx [181] Prod. no. WB-181 (unknown)
4.xx [182] Prod. no. WB-182 (unknown)
4.xx [183] Prod. no. WB-183 (unknown)
4.xx [184] Prod. no. WB-184 (unknown)
4.xx [185] Prod. no. WB-184 (unknown)
4.xx [186] Prod. no. WB-185 (unknown)
4.xx [186] Prod. no. WB-186 (unknown)
4.xx [187] Prod. no. WB-187 (unknown)
4.xx [188] Prod. no. WB-188 (unknown)
4.xx [189] Prod. no. WB-189 (unknown)
4.xx [190] Prod. no. WB-190 (unknown)
4.xx [191] Prod. no. WB-191 (unknown)
4.xx [192] Prod. no. WB-192 (unknown)
4.xx [193] Prod. no. WB-193 (unknown)
4.xx [194] Prod. no. WB-194 (unknown)
4.xx [195] Prod. no. WB-195 (unknown)
4.xx [196] Prod. no. WB-196 (unknown)
4.xx [197] Prod. no. WB-197 (unknown)
4.xx [198] Prod. no. WB-198 (unknown)
4.xx [199] Prod. no. WB-199 (unknown)
4.xx [200] Prod. no. WB-200 (unknown)

4.xx [201] Wilburn Brothers Show: Nat Stuckey & Don Helms (1966)
Prod. no. WB-201
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Trouble's Back in Town."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goin' and Comin'."
Harold Morrison - "Whoa Mule."
Nat Stuckey - "Sweet Thang."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Not Gonna Dress Up."
Loretta Lynn - "Saint to a Sinner."
Don Helms - "Speedin' West."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Move Up A Little Closer."
Nat Stuckey - "On the Other Hand."
Loretta Lynn - "Don't Come Home A Drinkin'."

4.xx [202] Wilburn Brothers Show: Warner Mack (1966)
Prod. no. WB-202
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Fool Never Learns."
Harold Morrison - comedy monologue, sings "Bald Knob Arkansas."
Warner Mack - "Drifting Apart."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Big River Train."
Loretta Lynn - "Before I'm Over You."
Buddy Spiker of The Tennesseans - "Cotton Eyed Joe."
Loretta Lynn & Wilburn Brothers - "How Great Thou Art gospel
Warner Mack - "Sittin' In An All Night Café ."
Band - steel guitar Stomp

4.xx [203] Wilburn Brothers Show: Wilma Burgess (1966)
Prod. no. WB-203
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's Another World."
Harold Morrison - "Take Me Back to Tulsa."
Wilma Burgess - "Misty Blue."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Comin' Home Mama."
Loretta Lynn - "Happy Birthday."
Band - "Cold Heart."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Working On A Building."
Wilma Burgess - "Ain't Got No Man."
performer? - "Wayward Wind."

4.xx [204] Wilburn Brothers Show: Debbie Lori Kaye (taped December 17, 1966)
Prod. no. WB-204
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Talk Back Tremblin' Lips."
Harold Morrison - comedy monologue, sings "John Henry."
Debbie Lori Kaye - "Legend in My Time."
Larry McNeely - "Doc Harris Hornpipe" (on banjo).
Loretta Lynn - "Dear Uncle Sam."
Don Helms - "Fireball Mail" (steel guitar instrumental).
The Wilburn Brothers, Harold Morrison, and Loretta Lynn - "I'll Fly Away."
Debbie Lori Kaye - "I've Got Rhythm in my Soul."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart."
Loretta Lynn - "Wine, Women and Song."

4.xx [205] Wilburn Brothers Show: Jean Shepard (1966)
Prod. no. WB-205
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It Takes A Lot of Money."
Harold Morrison - "Rabbitt In the Log."
Jean Shepard - "Heart We Did All We Could."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Which One is To Blame?"
Loretta Lynn - "God Gave Me A Heart To Forgive."
The Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Jean Shepard - "Farther Along" (Gospel number).
Jean Shepard - "Second Fiddle."
The Wilburn Brothers - "One Has My Name the Other Has My Heart."

4.xx [206] Wilburn Brothers Show: Don Bailey (taped December 18, 1966)
Prod. no. WB-206
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Crazy Arms."
Harold Morrison - "Cindy."
Don Bailey - "Hang on Heart."
Loretta Lynn - "Don't Come Home A Drinkin'."
Jack Webb (Loretta Lynn's younger brother) - "I Come Home A Drinkin'."
Buddy Spiker - "Fisher's Hornpipe."
The Wilburn Brothers - "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again."
Loretta Lynn - "The Other Woman."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."

4.xx [207] Wilburn Brothers Show: Stan Hitchcock (1966)
Prod. no. WB-207
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Can't Keep Away From You."
Stan Hitchcock - "To Tell the Truth."
Harold Morrison - "John Don't Run."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Burning Bridges."
Loretta Lynn - "These Boots Are Made For Walking."
Don Helms - "Steel Guitar Stomp."
The Wilburn Brothers - "All We Have For You Mom."
Stan Hitchcock - "Just Call Me Lonesome."
Loretta Lynn - "The Minute You're Gone."

4.xx [208] Wilburn Brothers Show: Johnny Russell (1966)
Prod. no. WB-208
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."
Harold Morrison - "Twenty-Nine Dollars."
Johnny Russell - "Act Naturally."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Take Good Care of Her."
Loretta Lynn - "Wine Women and Song."
Band - "Wake Up Susan."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Take Up Thy Cross."
Johnny Russell - "I'm Leavin'."
Loretta Lynn - "There Goes My Everything."

4.xx [209] Wilburn Brothers Show: Del Reeves (taped December 20, 1966)
Prod. no. WB-209
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Cotton Fields."
Harold Morrison - comedy routine, sings "Little Maggie."
Del Reeves - "This Must Be The Bottom."
Loretta Lynn - "Blue Kentucky Girl."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot Tonight."
Don Helms - "Bye Bye Blues"
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison and Del Reeves - "Precious Memories."
Del Reeves - "Blame It On My Do Wrong."
Loretta Lynn - "Your Cheatin' Heart."

4.xx [210] Prod. no. WB-210 (unknown)

4.xx [211] Wilburn Brothers Show: Jim and Jesse (taped February 2, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-211
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."
Harold Morrison - "Cannonball Blues."
Loretta Lynn - "If You're Not Gone Too Long."
Jim and Jesse - "It's A Long Long Way to the Top of the World."
Loretta Lynn - "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream on."
Buddy Spiker - "Old Joe Clark."
The Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Jim and Jesse - "Where the Soul Never Dies."
Jim and Jesse - "There's a Diesel on My Tail."
Teddy Wilburn & Loretta Lynn - "Sweet Thang."

4.xx [212] Wilburn Brothers Show: Jimmy C. Newman (taped May 16, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-212
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Don't Care."
Loretta Lynn - "Tippy Toein'."
Jimmy C Newman - "Dropping Out of Sight."
Harold Morrison - "Old Rattler."
Loretta Lynn - "If You're Not Gone Too Long."
Don Helms - "Mansion on the Hill."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Trouble's Back in Town."
Jimmy C Newman - "Louisiana Saturday Night."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Throw Out the Lifeline."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."

4.xx [213] Prod. no. WB-213 (unknown)

4.xx [214] Wilburn Brothers Show: The Browns (1967, color)
Prod. no. WB-214
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."
Harold Morrison - "Pliney Jane."
The Browns - "I'd Just Be Fool Enough (to Fall)."
Loretta Lynn - "You Ain't Woman Enough."
Jim Ed Brown - "You Can Have Her."
Buddy Spiker - "Back Up and Push" fiddle solo.
The Wilburn Brothers - "Something Got a Hold on Me."
The Browns - "Big Daddy."
Loretta Lynn - "Wine, Women and Song."

4.xx [215] Wilburn Brothers Show: Claude Grey (1967)
Prod. no. WB-215
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."
Harold Morrison - "Pretty Little Pink."
Claude Grey - "I Never Had the One That I Wanted."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Not That I Care."
Loretta Lynn - "If You're Not Gone Too Long."
Buddy Spiker - "Black Mountain Rag."
Claude Grey - "Family Bible."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."
Loretta Lynn - "Sometimes You Just Can't Win."

4.xx [216] Prod. no. WB-216 (unknown)

4.xx [217] Wilburn Brothers Show: Grandpa Jones (1967)
Prod. no. WB-217
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "There'll Never Be Anyone Else But You."
Harold Morrison - "Long Journey Home."
Loretta Lynn - "You've Made Me What I Am."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Just To Be Where You Are."
Don Helms - unidentified instrumental
Loretta Lynn - "The Third Man" (Gospel number).
Grandpa Jones - "Everything I Have."
The Wilburn Brothers - "If It's Wrong to Love You."
Loretta Lynn - "These Boots Are Made For Walking."

4.xx [218] Prod. no. WB-218 (unknown)

4.xx [219] Wilburn Brothers Show: Skeeter Davis (1967)
Prod. no. WB-219
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Up This Hill and Down."
Harold Morrison - "I'm A Bluebird."
Skeeter Davis - "Fuel To The Flame."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Knoxville Girl."
Johnny Duncan - "Rainbow Road."
Buddy Spiker - "Golden Slippers" (fiddle instrumental).
Loretta Lynn - "Where No One Stands Alone" (Gospel number).
Skeeter Davis - "Goin' Down the Road."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."

4.xx [220] Wilburn Brothers Show: David Houston (1967)
Prod. no. WB-220
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."
Harold Morrison - "Little Brown Jug."
David Houston - "Almost Persuaded."
Loretta Lynn - "If You're Not Gone Too Long."
Wilburn Brothers - "Empty Arms."
Don Helms - "Winchester Cathedral" instrumental
Loretta Lynn and Son - "When I Hear My Children Pray" (Gospel number).
David Houston - "A Loser's Cathedral."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'll Never Stand in Your Way."

4.xx [221] Wilburn Brothers Show: George Morgan (1967)
Prod. no. WB-221
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Town That Never Sleeps."
Loretta Lynn - "Don't Come Home a Drinkin'."
George Morgan - "Sad Bird."
Harold Morrison - "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad."
Loretta Lynn - "Before I'm Over You."
Loretta Lynn - "Cedarwood."
Buddy Spiker - "Cripple Creek" (fiddle instrumental)
The Wilburn Brothers (Teddy and Doyle) with their older brothers Lester and Leslie - "A Beautiful Life" (Gospel number).
George Morgan - "I Couldn't See."
The Wilburn Borthers - "Never Alone."

4.xx [222] Wilburn Brothers Show: Roy Drusky (1967)
Prod. no. WB-222
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Things."
Harold Morrison - "Hunt the Coon Tonight."
Roy Drusky - "If the Whole World Stops Loving You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Glass on the Table."
Loreta Lynn - "Why I'm Walkin'."
Buddy Spiker - "Sally Goodman" (instrumental)
Roy Drusky - "The World is Round."
Loretta Lynn - "Singin' the Blues."

4.xx [223] Prod. no. WB-223 (unknown)

4.xx [224] Wilburn Brothers Show: Tompall and the Glaser Brothers (1967)
Prod. no. WB-224
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Crazy Arms."
Harold Morrison - "Twenty-Nine Dollars."
The Glaser Brothers - "Big Ben Colson."
Teddy Wilburn & Loretta Lynn - "Walk Through This World With Me."
Loretta Lynn - "These Boots Are Made For Walking."
Don Helms - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry."
Loretta Lynn - "How Great Thou Art" (Gospel number).
The Glaser Brothers - "Gone on the Other Hand."
Harold Morrison - "Cumberland Gap."

4.xx [225] Prod. no. WB-225 (unknown)

4.xx [226] Wilburn Brothers Show: Johnny Sea (taped April 11, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-226
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Givin' Up."
Harold Morrison - "I'm a Bluebird."
Johnny Sea - "My Baby Walks All Over Me."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Take Good Care of Her."
Loretta Lynn - "I Don't Believe I'll Fall in Love Today."
Don Helms - unidentified steel guitar instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, Johnny Sea - "Precious Memories."
Johnny Sea - "Ain't Nothin' About you Baby I Can Stand."
Loretta Lynn - "Color of the Blues."

4.xx [227] Wilburn Brothers Show: The Osborne Brothers (1967)
Prod. no. WB-227
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "When I Stop Dreaming."
Harold Morrison - "How Sweet It Is."
Osborne Brothers - "Roll Muddy River."
Loretta Lynn - "You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry."
Loretta Lynn - "Go On and Go."
Buddy Spiker - "Back Up and Push" (fiddle instrumental).
The Wilburn Brothers - "Old Country Church" (Gospel number).
The Osborne Brothers - "Hey Hey Bartender."
Teddy Wilburn - "Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me?"

4.xx [228] Wilburn Brothers Show: Stringbean / Maria Dallas (taped 1967)
Prod. no. WB-228
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's My Turn To Turn the Tables."
Harold Morrison - "Flat Top Hop."
Maria Dallas - "It's Such a Pretty World Today."
Stringbean - "Bought Me A Mule."
Loretta Lynn - "If You're Not Gone Too Long."
Don Helms - instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "Medals For Mothers" (Gospel number).
Stringbean - "Big One Got Away."
Maria Dallas - "Tumblin' Down."

4.xx [229] Wilburn Brothers Show: Warner Mack (1967)
Prod. no. WB-229
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It Takes A Lot of Money."
Harold Morrison - "How Sweet It Is."
Warner Mack - "How Long Will It Take?"
Loretta Lynn - "The Darkest Day."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Not Gonna Dress Up."
Buddy Spiker - "Gray Eagle
The Wilburn Brothers - "All We Have For You Mom" (Gospel number).
Warner Mack - "There Ain't No Woman Enough To Take Your Man."
Loretta Lynn - "Blue Kentucky Girl."

4.xx [230] Wilburn Brothers Show: Charlie Louvin (taped March 27, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-230
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Sparkling Brown Eyes."
Harold Morrison - "It's the Same All Over."
Charlie Louvin - "I'll Remember Always."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Carefree Moments."
Loretta Lynn - "Act Naturally."
Don Helms - "Hey Good Lookin'."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Need the Prayers."
Charlie Louvin - "On the Other Hand."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Your Cheatin' Heart."

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