The Andy Williams Show (1969) - Season 1

NBC (ended 1971)




Episode Guide

  • March 21, 1970
    March 21, 1970
    Episode 25
    Andy assembles his regulars for a full hour without guests for his final new episode of the season. Andy and the Osmond Brothers split the vocal duty. Highlights: Andy sings "More" and "The Twelfth of Never". The Osmonds perform "Keep the Customer Satisfied". Andy closes with "A Time for Us".
  • March 7, 1970
    March 7, 1970
    Episode 24
    Andy's guests are Ray Stevens, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and The Osmond Brothers. Cameo spots by James Garner, Tiny Tim, Arte Johnson and Carl Ballantine. Highlights: Andy sings "Always Something There to Remind Me", "Bridge Over Troubled Water","Charade","Love is a Many Splendored Thing" and "Lie With Me". Kenny and the First Edition perform "Something's Burning". Smokey Robinson and the Miracles do a medley of their hits. Ray Stevens sings "Everything Is Beautiful". The Osmonds do a "Motown" medley.moreless
  • February 28, 1970
    February 28, 1970
    Episode 23
    Andy's guests are Ray Stevens, The Smothers Brothers and Gladys Knight and the Pips.
  • February 21, 1970
    February 21, 1970
    Episode 22
    Andy's guests are Donald O'Connor, Thelma Houston, Tony Joe White and The Osmond Brothers. Highlights: Andy sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head", "Born Free", "Cherish" and "Can't Help Falling In Love With You". Thelma sings "Save the Country". Tony Joe sings "High Sheriff of Calhoun County". Osmond Brothers sing "Sunshine Superman". Sketches: Donald trips out a history of the dance from cave-man days to 2001. In a comedy number Andy fends off panhandlers while singing "Strangers in the Night".moreless
  • February 14, 1970
    February 14, 1970
    Episode 21
    Andy's guests are Andy Griffith, Claudine Longet and The Osmond Brothers. Highlights: Andy sings "Dear Heart", "Happy Heart" and "Because". Claudine sings "Everybody's Talkin'". The Osmonds do a Beatles medley. Andy & Claudine duet on "Love" and "All You Need Is Love". Sketches: Andy Griffith narrates a down-home version of Hamlet acted out by Mr. and Mrs. Williams.moreless
  • February 7, 1970
    February 7, 1970
    Episode 20
    Andy's guests are Sid Caesar, Dusty Springfield and Jo Anne Worley. Highlights: Dusty sings a medley of "The Look of Love", "Just a Little Lovin'", "Breakfast in Bed", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me", "Don't Forget About Me" and "Son of a Preacher Man". Andy & Dusty duet on a medley of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "Brand New Me".moreless
  • January 31, 1970
    January 31, 1970
    Episode 18
    Andy's guests are Ken Berry, Rosey Grier, Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66, Charlie Callas, Magician Carl Ballantine and The Jackson Five. Highlights: Andy & Ken do a production number to "New York Suite". Andy sings "If I Ruled the World" and "Without Love".
  • January 24, 1970
    January 24, 1970
    Episode 17
    Andy's guests are Jimmie Rodgers, Deanna Lund, Charlie Callas, Tiny Tim and The Lettermen.
  • January 17, 1970
    January 17, 1970
    Episode 16
    Andy's guests are Kate Smith, Don Ho, The Rascals and The Osmond Brothers. Highlights: Kate sings "Where Do I Go?" Don sings "Honey, Come Back". Andy sings "I'll Never Fall In Love Again", "Village of Ste. Bernadette", "This Nearly Was Mine" and "Hey, Jude". The Rascals perform "Hold On". Andy and Don duet on "Tiny Bubbles". The Osmonds do a Western medley. Andy and the Rascals do "People Gotta Be Free" & "Groovin'". Sketches: In a comedy number Kate sings "The Party's Over" in the midst of a raging party.moreless
  • January 10, 1970
    January 10, 1970
    Episode 15
    Andy's guests are Mama Cass Elliot, Arte Johnson, Ray Stevens and Sam Jaffe. Highlights: Mama Cass Elliot sings "One-Way Ticket" & "All By Myself". Andy sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head", "This Is All I Ask", "Lonely Street" and "Holly Holy". Arte does "Actors on a Stage". Ray sings "Help!". Andy & Cass duet on "Bye-Bye Blackbird" & "Blackbird". Sketches: Arte Johnson, Sam Jaffe and Andy do a comedy number with "It Could Happen to You" - and it does.moreless
  • January 3, 1970
    January 3, 1970
    Episode 14
    Andy's guests are James Garner, Jimmy Durante, Leslie Uggams and Judy Carne.
  • December 20, 1969
    December 20, 1969
    Episode 13
    Andy welcomes his family for the Christmas Show. Claudine Longet and the Williams Brothers. Highlights: Andy is joined by his wife (Claudine Longet), his parents, brothers Dick, Don and Bob and an assortment of nieces, nephews, a sister and brother-in-laws and all those children, as well as The Osmond Brothers. The Williams Brothers sing "Jingle Bells". The family sings "Let's Waltz Around the Christmas Tree". Claudine sings to her baby, "Thank You, Baby". Andy sings "O Holy Night". Andy & Claudine duet with "Silent Night".moreless
  • December 13, 1969
    December 13, 1969
    Episode 12
    Andy's guests are Ken Berry, Peggy Lipton and The Temptations. Highlights: Andy sings "Proud Mary", "Who Can I Turn To?", "English Country Gardens", "The Look of Love", "God Only Knows", "Can't Get Used to Losing You" and "Climb Every Mountain". The Temptations perform "A Time For Us". Ken sings "Sighin', Dyin', Cryin' and Goin' Away". Peggy sings "Lu".moreless
  • November 29, 1969
    November 29, 1969
    Episode 11
    Andy's guests are Bob Hope, James Garner, Dusty Springfield and Ray Stevens. Highlights: Andy sings "Leaving On A Jet Plane" & "More". Dusty sings "A Brand New Me". Ray sings a hit medley. Andy & Dusty duet on "Blue Eyes". The Osmonds sing "Make the Music Flow". Andy & the Osmonds sing "With a Little Help From My Friends". Sketches: Bob Hope and James Garner spoof an auto commercial.moreless
  • November 22, 1969
    November 22, 1969
    Episode 10
    Andy's guests are Mary Hopkin, Jo Anne Worley, Jonathan Winters, Loadstone and The Osmond Brothers. Highlights: Mary sings "Those Were the Days", "Both Sides Now" and "Yesterday". Andy & Loadstone perform "Get Together".
  • November 15, 1969
    November 15, 1969
    Episode 9
    Andy's guests are Jimmy Durante and Jackie DeShannon.
  • November 8, 1969
    November 8, 1969
    Episode 8
    Andy's guests are Judy Collins, Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers and Gary Puckett with the Union Gap.
  • November 1, 1969
    November 1, 1969
    Episode 7
    Andy's guests are Rod Serling, Debbie Reynolds, Henry Mancini, Flip Wilson and The Edwin Hawkins Singers Highlights: Debbie sings "Make a Rainbow". Edwin Hawkins Singers sing "Oh, Happy Day". Andy sings "Let's Get Together", "You Are Everything Is" & "If I Ruled the World". Andy & Debbie duet on "Give a Little Love". Henry and Andy perform "Charade" and "Me, Natalie". Sketches: Rod Serling narrates an elaborate saloon sketch in which Debbie spoofs Mae West and Andy does W.C. Fields. Flip plays Andy's fairy godmother and tries to rent a room for himself and the cookie-mooching bear.moreless
  • October 25, 1969
    October 25, 1969
    Episode 6
    Andy's guests are Bob Newhart, Nancy Sinatra, Davy Jones, Tiny Tim, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition.
  • October 18, 1969
    October 18, 1969
    Episode 5
    Andy's guests are Don Knotts, Ray Charles, Mama Cass Elliot, Creedence Clearwater Revival and the Osmond Brothers.
  • October 11, 1969
    October 11, 1969
    Episode 4
    Andy's guests are Peggy Lee, Danny Thomas, Victor Borge, Ray Stevens and the Osmond Brothers.
  • October 4, 1969
    October 4, 1969
    Episode 3
    Andy's guests are Johnny Cash, Claudine Longet, Jonathan Winters, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition.
  • September 27, 1969
    September 27, 1969
    Episode 2
    Andy's guests are Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Donovan, Professor Irwin Corey, Arte Johnson and Tony Joe White. Highlights: Donovan & Andy sing "Someone's Singing".
  • September 20, 1969
    September 20, 1969
    Episode 1
    Andy's guests are Petula Clark, Don Ho, Blood Sweat and Tears and the Edwin Hawkins Singers. Highlights: Petula and Andy duet on "Happiness Is", "Happiness Runs" and "Mother Brown". Petula sings "Games People Play" and "London Is London". Blood Sweat and Tears perform "You Made Me So Very Happy".