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  • October 18, 1970: B.B. King, The Carpenters, Tony Bennett, George Burns

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    S 23 : Ep 5 - 10/18/70

    Music:
    --The Carpenters - "Close to You" & "We've Only Just Begun."
    --B.B. King - "Just A Little Bit of Love" and a medley ("How Blue Can You Get" & "The Thrill Is Gone").
    --Tony Bennett sings "Something" (Beatles song), "Get Happy" & "I'll Begin Again" (song from the movie "Scrooge").
    Comedy:
    --George Burns (stand-up monologue) - gives his views on nudity in show business (current movies, night clubs)
    --Robert Klein (stand-up comedy) - does a routine on the World Series (interviews with athletes, school bands in half-time show)
    --New York City Stickball Team (comedy routine)
    Also appearing:
    --1970 Harvest Moon Ball Dance Champions (winners from different categories: polka, rhumba, etc.)
    --Albert Almoznino - makes shadow puppets on wall
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  • January 11, 1970: Ike & Tina Turner Revue, Sonny James, Tiny Tim, Flip Wilson

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    S 22 : Ep 16 - 1/11/70

    Music:
    --The Ike and Tina Turner Revue - "Proud Mary" & "Bold Soul Sister."
    --Sonny James - "Free Roamin' Mind" & "It's Just A Matter of Time."
    --Tiny Tim with the Enchanted Forest (an all-female band) - "Earth Angel."
    --Tiny Tim sings a medley of old-fashioned love songs to his wife, Miss Vicki.
    --Karen Wyman (17-year-old singer from New York) - "Time and Love."
    Comedy:
    --Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (comedy team)
    --Flip Wilson (stand-up routine) - talks about his preacher, Reverend Leroy, & the preacher's wife (who, after shopping, tells her husband, "The Devil made me buy this dress").
    Also appearing:
    --Vino Venito (sword balancer)
    --Carter & Lynn (Adagio dance duo, from Detroit, Michigan)
    --Audience bows: Miss Vicki's parents, Tiny Tim's parents, and The Kessler Twins.
    CBS repeated this episode on July 26, 1970.
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  • June 11, 1967: The Mamas and the Papas, Richard Pryor, Alan King, Rouvaun

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    S 19 : Ep 38 - 6/11/67

    Music:
    --The Mamas and the Papas perform "Dedicated to the One I Love" and "Creeque Alley."
    --Gospel Jazz Singers - medley: "Rockin' Is Our Business," "Gonna Build a Mountain" & "Tennessee Waltz."
    --Rouvaun (opera singer) - "Vesti La Giubba" and "On A Clear Day."
    --The Kane Triplets sing "When Your Eyes Meet Mine," "Pow! Pow! Pow!" and "Mutual Admiration Society."
    Comedy:
    --Richard Pryor - topics includes being in the army.
    --Alan King - stand-up routine includes the contents of his wife's purse.
    --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet) - segment includes Topo singing the song "Pop" with two other mouse puppets.
    Also appearing:
    --Rob Murray (juggler)
    Audience bows:
    Rod Laver & Ken Rosewald (tennis players), Bill Collins (Australian broadcaster), and Jennifer Reinke (spelling bee champion).
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  • Fred Flintstone: Before and After

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    S 1 : Ep 28 - 4/7/61

    Fred agrees to appear in a before-and-after weight reduction commercial, but is humiliated to learn that he is the before example. An offer of $1,000 if he can drop twenty-five pounds in a month fails miserably, as does every other diet plan, until an overeaters group takes him on as a challenge.moreless