Kraft Music Hall - Season 10

NBC (ended 1971)




Episode Guide

  • Ed McMahon / Rascals / Litle Anthony & the Imperials
    --Ed McMahon (guest host) --The Rascals - "A Beautiful Morning" & "People Got to Be Free" --Litlte Anthony and the Imperials - "Exodus" & "Hello Goodbye" --Barbara McNair - "On a Clear Day" --Charlie Manna (comedian)
  • Ed McMahon / Sly & the Family Stone / Four Tops
    --Ed McMahon (guest host) --Sly and the Family Stone --The Four Tops --Joan Rivers (comedian) --Tim Hardin --Rita Gardner
  • Ed McMahon / New Vaudeville Band / Joanie Sommers
    --Ed McMahon (guest host) --New Vaudeville Band - "Whispering" & "Falling in Love Again" --Joanie Sommers - "Goin' Out of My Head," "Sign of the Times" & "Hurts So Bad" --Hines, Hines & Dad (song-and-dance trio with Gregory Hines) - "The Beat Goes On" --Norm Crosby (comedian) --Bob McGrath (singer) - "Scarborough Fair" --Joanie Sommers and Ed McMahon - "Happiness"moreless
  • Ed McMahon / Spanky & Our Gang / Bobby Vinton
    --Ed McMahon (host) --Spanky & Our Gang - "Like to Get to Know You" & "Stuperflabbergasted" --Bobby Vinton - "Honey" & "Come Back to Me" --Shelley Berman (comedian) --Peter Nero (pianist) - "I've Got Rhythm" --Gerri Grange (singer) - "Feelin' Groovy" & "I'm Beginning to See the Light"
  • Ed McMahon / The Turtles / Flip Wilson
    --Ed McMahon (host) and Doc Severinsen perform "The More I See You" --The Turtles perform "The Battle of the Bands," "Eleanore" and "The Story of Rock 'n' Roll Music" --Gloria Loring - "I've Gotta Be Me," "One Note Samba" and "Did I Ever Really?" --Doc Severinsen - "Malaguena" Comedy: --Flip Wilson - plays a guru in a comedy monolog --Tony Hendra and Nic Ullett (comedy team) - poke fun at Shakespeare and the UNmoreless
  • Ed McMahon / Paul Anka / Dick Cavett
    --Ed McMahon --Paul Anka --Dick Cavett --Pete Fountain --Dana Valery --Vic Perry (pickpocket)
  • Ed McMahon / Johnny Mathis / Harper's Bizarre
    --Ed McMahon (host) --Johnny Mathis - "Camelot," "I Say a Little Prayer," "Moon River" and "Big Spender" --Harper's Bizarre - "Hey, You in the Crowd," "Green Apple Tree" and "Both Sides Now" --Jackie & Roy - "Lady Madonna," "Winds of Heaven" and "The Word" --Eddie Hazell - "Sunny" and "When Sunny Gets Blue" --Jackie Vernon (comedian) - talks about his home town, Ferguson, Ohio.moreless
  • Ed McMahon / Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons
    --Ed McMahon (host for 8 weeks) --Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - "Let's Hang On" "Saturday's Father" --Frankie Valli - "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" --Richard Pryor (comedian) - monologue (re: being the skinniest kid in the gang & being the only working knight in the country) --Roger Williams (pianist) - "The Impossible Dream," "Dark Eyes" & "The Spinning Son" --Lana Cantrell (singer from Australia) - "I'm All smiles," "The Fool on the Hill" & "Baby, Now That I've Found You" --Billy Barnes (singer in the new talent spotlight) - "Lover, Come Back to Me"moreless
  • John Davidson / Kaye Ballard / Soupy Sales / Irish Rovers
    --John Davidson (host) - "Daydream" ("What a Day for a Daydream"), "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," "I Will Wait for You" and "Today" --Soupy Sales and John Davidson - "I Dig Rock and Roll Music" --Kaye Ballard sings "Teeny Tiny" --Irish Rovers - "The Puppet Song"
  • John Davidson / Barbara Feldon / Pete Barbutti
    --John Davidson (host) - "Secondhand Man," "Suzanne," "Back in Your Own Back Yard" and "This Is All I Ask" --Barbara Feldon and John Davidson - "This Guy's In Love with You" --The Doodletown Pipers - medley: "The Look of Love," "Sunny" and "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" --Pete Barbutti (comedian)moreless
  • John Davidson / Harper's Bizaare / Estelle Parsons
    --John Davidson (host for 3 weeks) --Harper's Bizarre --Estelle Parsons --Pete Barbutti
  • County Fair (Show 6 of 6)
    County Fair #6 --Eddy Arnold - "Love Finds a Way," "Molly Darlin'," "What a Wonderful World" and "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" --Shari Lewis - "Supersonic Tonic" (and does a routine with her puppet Hush Puppy) --New Christy Minstrels - "Oh, Susannah" and "Last Days of July" --Eddy Arnold and guests - Summer medley: "Sing a Summer Song," "June Is Bustin' Out All Over," "The Things We Did Last Summer" and "Summertime" --Harry Blackstone Jr. (magician) --John Byner (comedian) - does impressions of celebritiesmoreless
  • County Fair (Show 5 of 6)
    County Fair #5 (includes a salute to Broadway's "Oklahoma") --Eddy Arnold (host) - "The Riddle Song," "Turn the World Around," "Gently on My Mind" & "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" --The Brothers Four - "Surrey with the Fringe on Top," "San Francisco Bay Blues" & "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" --Anita Bryant - "I'm Just a Girl Who Can't Say No" & "Yellow Days" --John Byner (comedian-impressionist) --Gene Sheldon (comedy banjoist)moreless
  • County Fair (Show 4 of 6)
    County Fair #4 --Eddy Arnold (host) - "I'll Hold You in My Heart," "Dear Heart" and "Honey" --Phyllis McGuire - "For Once in My Life" --Phyllis McGuire and Eddy Arnold - "Sugartime," "Sincerely" and "Muskrat Ramble" --Lee Hazlewood - "Mornin' Dew" --Montford Mission (folk-singers, seminarians) - "Time's Passed Us By" --Cliff Arquette (comedian, in character as Charley Weaver) - reads selections from the Mount Idy newspaper. --John Byner (comedian) - does impressionsmoreless
  • County Fair (Show 3 of 6)
    County Fair #3 --Eddy Arnold (host) - "The Sunshine Belongs to Me," "I Really Don't Want to Know," "No Matter Whose Baby" and "It's Over" --Buck Owens - "Tiger by the Tail," "Sweet Rosie Jones" and "Happy Times Are Here Again" --Chris & Peter Allen - "Come Rain or Come Shine" --Dana Valery - "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" and "Old Devil Moon" --John Byner (comedian) - does an impression of a tightrope walker.moreless
  • County Fair (Show 2 of 6)
    County Fair #2 --Eddy Arnold --The Everly Brothers --Margaret Whiting --John Byner --Montford Mission
  • County Fair (Show 1 of 6)
    County Fair #1 --Eddy Arnold (host) - "Somebody Like Me," "You Don't Know Me" & "I Wanna Go with You" --Al Hirt - "Java" --Joanie Sommers & Eddy Arnold - "Sunny" --Joanie Sommers, Eddy Arnold and Al Hirt - "Birth of the Blues," "Basin Street Blues" & "Blues in the Night" --All guests - sing "County Fair" --John Byner (comedian) - portrays an animal psychologist & a one-man acrobatic troupe --Mark Wilson (magician)moreless
  • Two on The Aisle
    Two on The Aisle
    Episode 23
    "Two on the Aisle" - A salute to NY's Shubert Theater with Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme. --Steve & Eydie perform a medley of songs from "Golden Rainbow," their current play at The Shubert Theater. They also perform selections from earlier Shubert plays.
  • County Fair Starring Eddy Arnold
    "County Fair" --Eddy Arnold - "Make the World Go Away" and "What's He Doing in My World?" --Eddy Arnold and Patti Page - "Tennessee Waltz," "Mockin' Bird Hill" and "Doggie in the Window" --Patti Page - "Gentle on My Mind" --The Cowsills - "We Can Fly" --The Amazing Mr. Ballantine --Jack Burns (comedian) - plays a man trying to win a prize for his wife at the county fair.moreless
  • Vaudeville '68
    Vaudeville '68
    Episode 21
    "Vaudeville '68" --Ed McMahon (host) --Sonny & Cher --Young Rascals - "Please Love Me," "How Can I Be Sure?" & "Mickey's Monkey" --Joan Rivers (comedian) - talks about "educating the single girl" --Shelley Berman (comedian) - routine about a businessman handling fire phone calls at once --Ed Ames - "Who Will Answer?"moreless
  • Mardi Gras '68
    Mardi Gras '68
    Episode 20
    From the Mardi Gras carnival in New Orleans: --Al Hirt (host) - "New Orleans, My Home Town" & "Dear Old Southland" --Pete Fountain (clairnetist) "Bourbon Street Parade," "Fancy Pants" & "Miss Lucy" --Al Hirt and Pete Fountain - "March of the Bobcats" --Lana Cantrell - "Sleepy Time Down South" --Peter Gennaro dancers - "South Rampart Street Parade" --Al Hirt and Peter Gennaro - "Java" --All guests - "When the Saints Go Marching In" & "You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans"moreless
  • The Comedy Survival Kit
    "The Comedy Survival Kit" hosted by Steve Allen --Steve Allen - does a man-on-the-street interview with Louis Nye --Allen & Rossi - do a burlesque routine --Steve Allen and Allen & Rossi - recite lyrics from rock songs --Stiller & Meara - routine about a secretary and her boss on their first date --Louis Nye - plays a harried schoolteacher directing a children's pagent --The Marquis Chimpsmoreless
  • Class of '68
    Class of '68
    Episode 18
    "Class of '68" - A salute to the "graduating class" of 1968.
    --John Davidson (host) - "Crossroads of Life" & "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
    --Tom Jones - "It's Not Unusual"
    --The 5th Dimension - "Up-Up, and Away."
    --Michele Lee - "Jamboree Jones"
    --Flip Wilson (comedian) plays a guru.
    --Buffy Sainte Marie - "Take My Hand"
    --Irwin Corey (comedian)moreless
  • Cowboys and City Slickers
    "Cowboys & City Slickers" hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - "Side by Side" --Roy Rogers - "Bummin' Around" --Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Phil Harris & Alice Faye - Beatles medley --Dale Evans - "What Color Is Love?" --Phil Harris - "Mame" --Alice Faye and Dale Evans - "My Funny Valentine" --The Serendipity Singers - "River Song" --All guests - Western medleymoreless
  • Vacation a la King
    Vacation a la King
    Episode 16
    "Vacation a la King" - European holiday spoof hosted by Alan King, with guests Edie Adams and Paul Lynde. Music: --Alan King - "Back in Your Own Back Yard" --Edie Adams - "It's Very Nice to Go Traveling" and "Come Fly with Me" --Alan King and Edie Adams - "Then I'll Be Happy" --Alan King, singers and dancers - medley of English music-hall songs --Peter Gennaro and dancers - Bullfight dance Comedy sketches: --Paul Lynde appears as a travel agent, a boorish American tourist, and a cruise director. --Using special effects, Alan King and Edie Adams play both an American and a French couple.moreless
  • Physical Phitness
    Physical Phitness
    Episode 15
    Sports and Physical Fitness spoof: --Don Rickles (host) - sings "Shape Up" & plays a coach giving a pep talk to a losing football team --Pat O'Brien (actor) - recreates his "win one for the Gipper" speech from "Knute Rockne All American." --George Plimpton (writer) - shows films of his attempts to invade professional sports --Joe Garagiola --Roosevelt "Rosie" Grier - sings "On Broadway" --Carl Yastrzemski (Red Sox baseball player) --Members of the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnast Teammoreless
  • A Grand Night for Swinging
    "A Grand Night for Swinging" (a.k.a. "Grand Night for Singing") --Bobby Darin - "If I Could Talk to the Animals," "Mack the Knife" & "Drowning in My Tears" --Bobbie Gentry - "Hurry Tuesday Child" --Bobby Darin and Bobbie Gentry - "A Long Time Movin'" --Bobby Van (singer-dancer) - "Come Back to Me" --Bobby Darin, Bobbie Gentry and Bobby Van - "Nothing Can Stop Us Now" --George Kirby (impressionist) - "The Impossible Dream"moreless
  • Three for Tonight (aka Trio Tonight)
    --Victor Borge (host)
    --Simon & Garfunkel - "Mrs. Robinson," "For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her," "Angie," "Overs," "Patterns," "Sounds of Silence" and "A Poem on the Underground Wall."
    --Nancy Wilson - "Midnight Sun," "Can't Buy Me Love," "Satin Doll," "Ode to Billy Joe" and "Someone to Watch over Me"
    --Entire cast (all guests) - "59th Street Bridge Song."
    --Leonid Hambro (violinist) - joins Victor Borgemoreless
  • Woody Allen Looks At 1967
    Woody Allen Looks At 1967 --Woody Allen --Aretha Franklin --Liza Minnelli --John Byner, --William F. Buckley Jr.
  • The Mitzi Gaynor Christmas Show
    1967 Christmas Show Host: Mitzi Gaynor --Mitzi Gaynor - "We Need a Little Christmas," "I Dig Rock 'n' Roll Music" & "I Know a Place" --Mitzi Gaynor and Ed McMahon - "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" & "I Believe in You" --Cyril Ritchard and Tony Tanner - "Where Would You Be Without Me" & "On a Wonderful Day Like Today" --Comedy: Mitzi Gaynor, Cyril Ritchard and Tony Tanner appear in a sketch about Scrooge and Bob Cratchit.moreless
  • A Taste of Funny
    A Taste of Funny
    Episode 10
    "A Taste of Funny" --Groucho Marx --Soupy Sales --Dick Cavett --Burns & Schreiber --Times Square Two --Clair & McMahon
  • Dinah Shore Presents The Nashville Sound
    "The Nashville Sound" hosted by Dinah Shore --Dinah Shore - "Going Back to Nashville" --Dinah Shore and Ray Charles - "You Are My sunshine" --Ray Charles - "Yesterday" --The Everly Brothers - "Love of the Common People" --Eddy Arnold - "Here Comes Heaven" --Eddy Arnold and Dinah Shore - "Bonnie and Clyde" --Johnny Mercer - "Wide Place in the Road"moreless
  • Stage Door Johnny
    Stage Door Johnny
    Episode 8
    "Stage Door Johnny" - a musical set in the Roaring Twenties. --Tony Randall (as Stage-Door Johnny) - sings "Girls" & "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" --Cab Calloway - "Minnie the Moocher" --Michele Lee - "Looking for a Boy" --Gilbert Becaud - "It Must Be Her" & "Rosy and John" --Nathaniel Frey, Tony Randall and Walter Winchell - sing "Every Street's a Boulevard" --Marilyn Maye - "Bill Bailey"moreless
  • Fiddler On The Loose
    "Fiddler on the Loose" hosted by Jack Benny Comedy: --Jack Benny, Michael Rabin, Morey Amsterdam and Henny Youngman as a quartet playing a Beethoven minuet. --Jack Benny plays "The Bee" on fiddle accompanied by the Peter Matz orchestra. --Liberace and Jack Benny do a duet: "When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry" Music: --Blues Magoos - "Tobacco Road" --Liberace - "Moonlight Sonata" & "How Insensitive" --Astrud Gilberto - "Misty Roses" --Michael Rabin (violinist) - Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto NBC repeated this show on April 14, 1971.moreless
  • The Phyllis Diller Happening
    --Phyllis Diller (host) - "It's Today" (with dancers) --Bob Hope - appears in a sketch with Phyllis Diller as the last 2 hippies on 1997. --Sonny & Cher - "You and Me" --Cher - "Old Man River" --Diller, Hope, Mike Douglas, Sonny & Cher - "Let the Good Times Roll" --Hugh Masekela (trumpet player) - "If I Needed Someone" --Mike Douglas - "The Lady's in Love with You"moreless
  • How The West Was Swung
    "How the West Was Swung" - a musical look at the Old West
    Music: --Lorne Greene (host) - "I Am a Gun" --Lou Rawls - "High Noon" --Barbara Eden - "Buttons and Bows" --Bobby Van, Barbara Eden and Lou Rawls - "The Day the West Was Swung" --Baja Marimba Band - "A Gay Ranchero"
    Comedy: --Jerry Van Dykemoreless
  • Tin Pan Alley Today
    "Tin Pan Alley Today" --George Burns (host) --George Burns, Dionne Warwick and Nancy Ames - medley of Beatles' songs --Dionne Warwick - "Alfie" --Harper's Bizaare - "Anything Goes" --Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - "One-Note Samba" --Nancy Ames - "Sunny" --Tony Tanner - "Gonna Build a Mountain" --Dick Cavett does a comedy monolog about current trends in music.moreless
  • The George M. Cohan Story
    --Bobby Darin (as George M. Cohan) --Liza Minnelli --Dennis Day --Kaye Stevens --George Carle --cameo: Jack Benny walk-on
  • The Hollywood Musical
    "The Hollywood Musical" - a tribute to movie musicals --Rock Hudson (host) - sings "Louise," "Good Ship Lollipop," "Thanks for the Memories" & "'S Wonderful" --Connie Stevens - "42nd Street" & "Hi Lilli" --Rock Hudson and Michele Lee - "Shadow Waltz" --Michele Lee - "Sing You Sinners" & "Trolley Song" --Bobby Van - "Singin' in the Rain" & "Song-and-Dance Man" --All (entire cast) - Academy Award medley, "For Me and My Gal" and "We're a Couple of Swells"moreless
  • Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
    --Herb Alpert (host) --Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass - "I've Got a Lot of Livin' to Do," "Habanera," and an international medley --Louis Armstrong Quintet - "Cabaret" --Louis Armstrong and Herb Alpert - "Mame" --Louis Armstrong and Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass - "Mack the Knife" --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Jackie Vernon & the Tijuana Brass - "Spanish Flea" --Robin Wilson - "What Now, My Love?" --dancers - "Music to Watch Girls By" (choreography by Peter Gennaro)moreless