The Bob Hope Show

NBC (ended 1975)




Episode Guide

    • October 5, 1972
      October 5, 1972
      Season 23 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests include Gold Medal winner Mark Spitz, actress Alexis Smith, chess king Bobby Fischer, pop idol David Cassidy, Peter Leeds and The Carpenters.

      The Carpenters sing "Top of the World" and "A Song For You".
      David Cassidy sings "Rock Me".
      Chess king Bobby Fischer trades quips with Bob over his big summer win.
      Mark Spitz talks about his Olympic races and plays a dentist treating patient Bob Hope. (Spitz received a standing ovation for his efforts).
      Alexis Smith tries sketch material in "The Road to Sacramento" playing a movie star campagning for governor against her movie star husband Hope.

    • Bob Hope's USO Road To The Berlin Wall And Moscow
      Bob Hope and guests Brooke Shields, LaToya Jackson, Rosemary Clooney, Yakov Smirnoff, Dolores Hope and Miss Universe Mona Grudt mark the thaw in the Cold War with visits to Mildenhall, England; the Berlin Wall and Frankfurt, Germany; and Moscow in the USSR not too long before there ceased to be a USSR.moreless
    • January 19, 1966
      January 19, 1966
      Season 16 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's Christmas Special with guests Vic Damone, Jerry Colonna, Joey Heatherton and the Korean Kittens. Special Appearances by Billy Graham, Anita Bryant, Tippi Hedren, Phyllis Diller, Diane McBain and Johnny Grant. Highlights: Korean Kittens sing "What'd I Say". Vic Damone sings "More" and "Strangers in the Night". Hope and Joey Heatherton do a song and dance. Joey sings "Spanish Flea". Billy Graham gives pep talk to soldiers. Diane Shelton does acrobatic act. Appearances by Johnny Grant, Diane McBain. Tippi Hedren makes a short appearance. Skit with girls protesting Hope's treatment of them. Anita Bryant sings "Silent Night". Hope asks General Leo Wald why we must win. Other participants are Rita Feria (Miss World), Les Brown and his Band of Reknown and Phyllis Diller.moreless
    • Bob Hope On the Road With Bing - A Tribute to Bing Crosby
      Bob Hope hosts this poignant tribute to the late Bing Crosby. Utilizing film and videotape excerpts Bob traces the extraordinary friendship between the two men from their first meeting in Vaudeville, to radio, into the movies and the revered Road pictures, then on to television and, of course, the golf course. Also appearing: Gracie Allen, Frankie Avalon, Pearl Bailey, Humphrey Bogart, George Burns, James Cagney, Joan Collins, Jerry Colonna, Gary Cooper, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Diller, Jimmy Durante, Anita Ekberg, Fernandel, Joan Fontaine, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jackie Gleason, Paulette Goddard, Betty Grable, Betty Hutton, Hedy Lamarr, Jerry Lewis, Gina Lollobrigida, Dean Martin, Tony Martin, Marilyn Maxwell, Dina Merrill, Vera Miles, David Niven, Martha Raye, Roy Rogers, Mickey Rooney, Eva Marie Saint, Jill St. John, Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer, Tuesday Weld, Jonathan Winters.moreless
    • Joys: A Comedy Whodunit
      Joys: A Comedy Whodunit
      Season 26 - Episode 3
      Bob's guests in this whodunit comedy farce are Freddie Prinze, Don Knotts, Don Adams, Jack Albertson, Rona Barrett, George Burns, John Byner, Jack Carter, Mike Connors, Angie Dickinson, George Gobel, Arte Johnson, Marty Allen, Desi Arnaz, Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Sammy Cahn, Charo, Scatman Crothers, Phyllis Diller, Jim Hutton, Alan King, Fred MacMurray, Steve Allen, Billy Barty, Foster Brooks, Pat Buttram, Glen Campbell, Jerry Colonna, Bill Dana, Jamie Farr, David Janssen, George Kirby, Dean Martin, Groucho Marx, Vincent Price, Harry Ritz, Larry Storch, Flip Wilson, Jan Murray, Telly Savalas, Abe Vigoda, Wayne Newton, Don Rickles, Phil Silvers and Jimmie Walker. Bob unwittingly hosts a party at his Los Angeles home whereby the country's finest entertainers keep turning up face down in the swimming pool. Bob Hope hires 6 TV detectives to solve a series of mysterious disappearances at his house. David Janssen (as Harry O), is killed off early in a cast which included Angie Dickinson (Pepper Martin), Mike Connors (Mannix), Jim Hutton (Ellery Queen), Telly Savalas (Kojak), Abe Vigoda (Fish).moreless
    • November 11, 1956
      November 11, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are actress/comedienne Joan Davis, singer Julie London, John Cameron Swayze and Perry Como. Cameos by Milton Berle and Steve Allen. Also Marilyn Maxwell and the Les Brown Orchestra. Highlights: A bankrupt queen attempts to wed a rich man. (Joan Davis & Bob Hope). General Hope rages a ratings war with the rival networks (Berle & Allen). In the October 21 1956 episode Bob states that he will be back on 11-18-1956. The probable date for this show is 11-18-1956.

    • September 25, 1968
      September 25, 1968
      Season 19 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope begins his 19th season with a comedic flair as he gets tangled up with a bevy of lovelies; Angie Dickinson, Jill St. John, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Cyd Charisse, Vikki Carr and Carroll Baker. also with the Supporting cast: Jesse White ......... Cochran J. Edward McKinley .. Caraway Eddie Marr .......... Farley Henry Corden ........ Psychiatrist with the Les Brown Orchestra. Highlights: Bob plays Gaylord Goodfellow, political candidate and Irving, his taxi driver double, who takes his place in the election and goes to marry six women.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny
      Bob Hope takes a look back at the beautiful and funny women he has worked with over the years. More than 60 of Bob's co-stars are here in television and film excerpts. Guests include Lucille Ball, Dorothy Lamour, Shirley Jones, Ginger Rogers, Janet Leigh, Debbie Reynolds, Martha Raye, Gina Lollobrigida, Virna Lisi, Elizabeth Taylor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Morgan Fairchild, Linda Evans, Barbara Eden, Shirley Eaton, Diana Dors, Nanette Fabray, Marie Osmond, Jane Wyman, Shelley Winters, Lana Turner, Charlene Tilton, Linda Gray, Teresa Graves, Bonnie Franklin, Tuesday Weld, Sally Struthers, Barbra Streisand, Jill St. John, Stella Stevens, Elke Sommer, Alexis Smith, Dinah Shore, Brooke Shields, Barbara Rush, Romy Schneider, Lilli Palmer, Janis Paige, Bernadette Peters, Mary Martin, Florence Henderson, Dorothy Malone, Carol Lawrence, Dolores Hope and Milton Berle.moreless
    • The Bob Hope All Star Christmas Comedy Special
      Bob Hope's guests are Olivia Newton John, Perry Como, Mark Hamill, The Muppets and the AP All America Football Team with future NFL stars Earl Campbell, Ozzie Newsome, Doug Williams, and Dennis Thurman. Highlights: Olivia Newton-John sings "I Honestly Love You". Perry Como sings "You Light Up My Life". Bob Hope and Olivia duet on "Silver Bells". A sendup of the science-fiction epic "Star Wars" has a Christmas theme - the hijacking of Santa Claus. Olivia Newton-John is the galactic Princess, Perry Como is the most daring and relaxed astronaut in the "Solar System" and Bob is Barf Vader, the baddest cat in the universe. Mark Hamill of course is the HERO. In another sketch Bob and Mark are two kids locked in a toy store overnight. Bob and the Muppets have a comic conversation about Christmas.moreless
    • January 17, 1973
      January 17, 1973
      Season 23 - Episode 3
      From Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Shemya Island, Diego Garcia, Philippines, Guam, Wake Island, and aboard the USS Midway. Bob Hope's USO Xmas show with guests Redd Foxx, Lola Falana, Roman Gabriel, Dolores Hope, Rudy Cardenas, Fran Jeffries, The American Beauties and Miss World, Belinda Green.
    • January 13, 1960
      January 13, 1960
      Season 10 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope entertained troops in Alaska for Christmas. Bob Hope's guests include Jayne Mansfield, TV Western star Steve McQueen and his wife, dancer Neile Adams, singer Frances Langford, zany Jerry Colonna, musician Tony Romano, dancer Patty Thomas, actor Peter Leeds and the Skinnay Ennis Orchestra. Highlights: Patty Thomas and Bob Hope dance "Bear dance". Frances Langford sings "Night and Day". A Japanese sketch is performed by Hope, McQueen, Leeds. Jayne Mansfield sings "I've Got a Crush on You." "If I Had My Way" is performed by Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna and Tony Romano. Neile Adams performs "I Enjoy Being a Girl". All join in for "Standing on the Corner". Frances Langford sings "Silent Night".moreless
    • October 5, 1970
      October 5, 1970
      Season 21 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope is surrounded by Women in this comedic special on Women's Lib. Appearing are Connie Stevens, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Virginia Graham, Kaye Ballard, Totie Fields, Sheila MacRae, Nanette Fabray, Martha Raye, Imogene Coca, Phyllis Diller, Edie Adams, Jo Anne Worley, Ruth Buzzi, Teresa Graves, Minnie Pearl, Nancy Walker and Irene Ryan.

      When we meet Hope, he is doing the chores in his kitchen. Virginia Graham, one of the 17 lady guests, comes to find out why he has disappeared from television. In flashbacks, we see his specials being taken from him by Phyllis Diller, the news with a new Huntley-Brinkley report (from Minnie Pearl and Irene Ryan), Ruth Buzzi as his agent, Martha Raye and Teresa Graves as his dresser and make-up man, "Bonanza" with Kaye Ballard as Ma Cartwright and Jo Anne Worley as Hoss and Imogene Coca as Little Josie. There's a new player on the Rams (Zsa Zsa Gabor) and Mrs. Sarnoff, the head of the network, is Nanette Fabray. The final humiliation for Bob is when he has to dress as a rabbit and go to work in a club where the ladies (Sheila MacRae, Edie Adams and Connie Stevens) make passes and paw him. Totie Fields and Nancy Walker complete the list of women against Bob.

    • April 5, 1958
      April 5, 1958
      Season 8 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope takes his Easter Show to Russia at the height of the Cold War. Bob Hope takes American viewers behind the Iron Curtain in this groundbreaking special to introduce them to entertainment, Soviet style. Bob Hope introduces Russian comic David Raikin, violinist extraordinare David Oistrakh, renowned prima ballerina Galina Ulanova and the amazing clown, Oleg Popov from The Moscow Circus. Russia's own film stars are introduced, they are Skobtsova, Shigalova, and Cherednichenko. The exquisite beauty of Soviet Russian is captured in this cultural icon presentation by America's own legendary icon Bob Hope.moreless
    • March 1, 1974
      March 1, 1974
      Season 24 - Episode 5

      From the Notre Dame campus at South Bend, Indiana. Bob Hope welcomes guests Debbie Reynolds, Robert Goulet, Juliet Prowse, Charley Pride and Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Debbie Reynolds sings a medley of songs from the Broadway show "Irene".
      Debbie plays a baseball mother seeking the perfect college spot for her boy (Bob Hope).

    • Bob Hope On The Road To China
      Bob Hope On The Road To China
      Season 30 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope and guests Crystal Gayle, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Bob's wife Dolores Hope, Shields & Yarnell, Peaches & Herb and Big Bird give a rare glimpse of the people, culture and entertainment of China.
    • Laughing with the Presidents
      Laughing with the Presidents
      Season 46 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope with Tony Danza and guests Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, George Bush, Barbara Bush, Gerald Ford, Betty Ford, David Eisenhower, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Don Johnson, Naomi Judd, Ann-Margret and Tom Selleck trek down memory lane.
    • March 25, 1977
      March 25, 1977
      Season 27 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's All-Star Comedy Tribute to Vaudeville. Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Bernadette Peters, Ben Vereen, Jimmie Walker, The Captain & Tenille, Jack Albertson and introducing Vivian Reed of Broadway's "Bubbling Brown Sugar".

      Lucille Ball is a wacky doctor and has her patient Bob all bandaged up!
      Lucille Ball and Ben Vereen do a tribute to Sophie Tucker and Bert Williams.
      A musical salute to vaudeville with tributes to Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor.

    • Bob Hope's All Star Comedy Spectacular

      Bob Hope's All Star Comedy Spectacular From Lake Tahoe, Bob Hope's guests are Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Ann-Margret, Mac Davis, Charo, Super Bowl quarterbacks Ken Stabler and Fran Tarkenton. With cameo appearances by Muhammad Ali, Howard Cosell and Red Buttons.

      Dean Martin sings "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face".
      Sammy Davis Jr. sings "What I Did For Love".
      Bob Hope and Sammy Davis, Jr. perform a soft-shoe routine to "Tea For Two".
      Ann-Margret and Bob duet to "One".
      Satirical takeoffs include, "Rocky Jr." with Muhammad Ali and "A Star is Torn" with Ann-Margret decked out in a wild, frizzy hairdo as Barbra Streisand.
      Bob Hope plays Rhett Butler and Charo plays Scarlett in a silly "Gone With the Wind" spoof.
      A celebrity roast for "King Kong".

    • February 22, 1960
      February 22, 1960
      Season 10 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope's guests are Ginger Rogers, Wally Cox, golfer Jimmy Demaret, and the winners from the Photoplay Magazine Gold Medal Awards; Millie Perkins, Troy Donahue, Producer Ross Hunter and Director Michael Gordon. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: Bob, Ginger and Wally do a sketch titled "Life in the Afternoon". Bob and Ginger duet on "Ballin' the Jack". Ginger performs "I Got Rhythm".moreless
    • April 14, 1963
      April 14, 1963
      Season 13 - Episode 6
      Pepsodent presents The Bob Hope Show, presenting the TV Guide Awards. Martha Raye and Dean Martin join Bob Hope for tonight's show, which concludes with the presentation of the fourth annual TV Guide Awards to winners selected by thousands of TV guide readers in final balloting. Bob Hope and TV Guide publisher James T. Quirk make the presentations in Hollywood. Arthur Schulman, assistant to the publisher, does the honors in New York. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: "The Rating Investigator" finds Congressman Bilge (Bob) badgering the popular star (Dean) of a hillbilly series. In "Calling Miss Nightingale", TV's Dr. Kilroy (Bob) and Nurse Nightingale (Martha) are having script problems, they've run out of diseases. Martha sings "I'll Remember April". Dean sings "A Face in the Crowd". FAVORITE SERIES Ben Casey Bonanza Dr. Kildare Perry Mason The Defenders FAVORITE NEW SERIES McHale's Navy Stoney Burke The Beverly Hillbillies The Eleventh Hour The Virginian BEST SINGLE DRAMATIC, MUSICAL OR VARIETY PROGRAM Bob Hope Christmas Show Cardinal Act of Mercy (Ben Casey episode) Danny Kaye Show Peter Pan Pygmallion BEST SINGLE NEWS OR INFORMATION PROGRAM A Look at Monaco The Death of Stalin The Rise of Khrushchev The Tunnel The World of Jacqueline Kennedy BEST NEWS OR INFORMATION SERIES CBS Reports David Brinkley's Journal Huntley-Brinkley News The Twentieth Century Walter Cronkite News BEST CHILDREN'S SERIES Captain Kangaroo Discovery Lassie The Shari Lewis Show Walt Disney's Wonderful World FAVORITE MALE PERFORMER Raymond Burr Richard Chamberlain Vincent Edwards Red Skelton Dick Van Dyke FAVORITE FEMALE PERFORMER Lucille Ball Shirley Booth Carol Burnett Donna Reed Loretta Youngmoreless
    • January 4, 1953
      January 4, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests are Marilyn Maxwell, Jack Buchanan and Don Cherry. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
    • January 17, 1964
      January 17, 1964
      Season 14 - Episode 4

      USO Xmas Show from Turkey, Greece, Crete, Libya, and aboard the USS Shangri-La. Appearing with Bob Hope are entertainers, Tuesday Weld, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant, John Bubbles, Phillip Crosby, Peter Leeds, The Earl Twins and Miss USA, Michelle Metrinko.

      The service men join Hope's crew singing "Silent Night".

    • January 26, 1954
      January 26, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests are Tony Martin, Zsa Zsa Gabor and comedienne Cass Daley. Les Brown conducts the orchestra. Highlights: The opening sequence has Bob dancing with a bevy of young ladies to California themed music. In the first sketch Bob plays an ultra vain actor and Cass Daley plays a waitress dying to meet him. Tony Martin, Hilary Brook and Bob Hope play a newlywed husband suffering from amnesia for seven years and returning home, thinking it's still his wedding night, only to find that his wife has remarried and is celebrating her second wedding night. Zsa Zsa joins Bob for a skit called "Love Behind the Iron Curtain". Tony Martin sings a couple of songs. The finale has Tony, Zsa Zsa and Cass doin a little singing when a mystery guest shows up, who else but Milton Berle. The winner of the nation-wide contest to find a baby under three years of age who looks like Bob Hope will also appear as Bob's guest. The little Fort Lewis tyke even has Bob's mannerisms!moreless
    • October 21, 1956
      October 21, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are from the cast of "I Love Lucy": Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley. Also Don Larsen of the New York Yankees who pitched the only perfect game in World Series History is interviewed by Bob. Plus Cameo appearance by James Cagney and Diana Dors. Highlights: Bob Hope and Diana Dors perform "Married Life in England". A spoof of "I Love Lucy" in which Bob plays Ricky Ricardo and Desi plays Fred Mertz. Bob and Jimmy perform "Seven Little Foys" dance. Bob and Jimmy introduce 10 Deb stars.moreless
    • Bob Hope Goes to College
      Bob Hope Goes to College
      Season 34 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope goes to college from the campuses of Clemson, Utah State, Florida, SMU, Syracuse, UCLA, and Notre Dame. Guests include Irene Cara, Bonnie Tyler, Dionne Warwicke, Eddie Rabbitt, Skiles & Henderson, Morgan Fairchild, Taco, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Joe Montana and Miss America Vanessa Williams.
    • February 15, 1961
      February 15, 1961
      Season 11 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope presents this hour dedicated to presenting awards to the Sporting World's Best. Presenting the awards are Ronald Reagan, Jane Wyman, Dana Andrews, Lucille Ball, Julie London, Jayne Mansfield, Dean Martin, Ginger Rogers, Tuesday Weld, and Esther Williams. Award recipients are Joe Bellino, Norm Van Brocklin, Wilt Chamberlain, Pancho Gonzales, Dick Groat, Rafer Johnson, Roger Maris, Arnold Palmer, Floyd Patterson, Jerry Lucas, and Barry Mackay.moreless
    • May 15, 1956
      May 15, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      Bob Hope's guests are Vic Damone, Kim Novak, Leo Durocher and Ken Murray. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Hope is meeting with a group of network executives - a bunch of pre-teens.
    • September 28, 1966
      September 28, 1966
      Season 17 - Episode 1
      For his first variety show of the 1966-67 season, Bob Hope has surrounded himself with many of his former leading ladies. They include Lucille Ball, Madeleine Carroll, Joan Caufield, Joan Collins, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Diller, Anita Ekberg, Rhonda Fleming, Joan Fontaine, Signe Hasso, Hedy Lamarr, Dorothy Lamour, Marilyn Maxwell, Virginia Mayo, Dina Merrill, Vera Miles, Janis Paige and Jane Russell. Also on hand: Paul Lynde, Jerry Colonna, Ken Murray and Peter Leeds.moreless
    • Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday
      Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday
      Season 36 - Episode 5
      A birthday bash in honor of Bob Hope's eighty-third Birthday and the 75th anniversary of Naval Aviation. Taped aboard the USS Lexington off the coast of Florida and at the Pensacola Naval Aviation Station. Bob Hope's guests are Don Johnson, Elizabeth Taylor, Phylicia Rashad, Mac Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Dolores Hope, Barbara Mandrell, Brooke Shields, Jonathan Winters and the Navy's precision flight team The Blue Angels.moreless
    • April 19, 1974
      April 19, 1974
      Season 24 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are comedian Bob Newhart, singer-actress Ann-Margret, Country star Charlie Rich and boxing champ George Foreman. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob Newhart is a Burbank kid about to leave his girl Ann-Margret in a 50's bubble wig and enroll in Princeton while Bob Hope moves in as the new drive-in hotshot in the sketch "Burbank Graffitti".
      In another skit Bob Hope is a vaudevillian who needs a new cockatoo for his act and Bob Newhart is the pet shop owner.
      Bob and Ann-Margret duet to "The Two of Us".
      Charlie sings "Behind Closed Doors".

    • Bob Hope's America: Red, White and Beautiful -- The Swimsuit Edition
      Bob Hope's guests are Elle MacPherson, Boyz II Men, Rita Rudner, Dolly Parton, Michael Feinstein, Loretta Swit, Barbara Bush and Dolores Hope.
    • February 14, 1964
      February 14, 1964
      Season 14 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Anne Bancroft, Sergio Franchi, Janet Leigh and singer Julie London. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob's monologue touches on smoking, the Beatles, golf, President Johnson and Red China.
      Hope and Sergio Franchi as a pair of Italian tenors singing their reactions to an automobile crash. (Hope did this skit years ago with Nelson Eddy).
      Hope as the First Man and Anne Bancroft as his wife, the country's first lady president.
      Hope as a man reaching his "Busting Point" as a result of carrying on with his wife (Janet Leigh) and his girlfriend (also Janet Leigh).
      Sergio Franchi sings "Marta".

    • December 28, 1956
      December 28, 1956
      Season 7 - Episode 3
      USO Alaska Xmas Show Bob Hope's guests include Ginger Rogers, Desi Arnaz, Mickey Mantle, Jerry Colonna, Peggy King and Joan Rhodes. Highlights: Mickey Mantle plays a pampered spoiled private who has just been drafted, much to the chagrin of Commander Hope.
    • May 13, 1961
      May 13, 1961
      Season 11 - Episode 8
      Bob Hope's guests include James Garner, Julie London, Juliet Prowse and Peter Leeds. Highlights: Bob spoofs kooky killers, terpsichorean tycoons and the Los Angeles Angels. The killer appears in a parody of a recent psychological movie. The title "Weirdo." In "Bunions to Billions," the tycoon is a dancer from Broadway who makes her mark on Wall Street. In "Ozark Angel," a baseball talent scout finds a pitching phenomenon in them thar hills. There's also singing and dancing. Roland Dupree supplied Juliet with the choreography for "Tequila." David Rose and his orchestra back up Julie as she sings "In The Wee Small Hours" and joins Bob for "Two Sleepy People."moreless
    • March 13, 1959
      March 13, 1959
      Season 9 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are singers Julie London and Guy Mitchell, television Western stars Chuck Connors, Gail Davis, Fess Parker and Walker Edmiston, with a surprise drop-in visit from Jack Paar.

      A Western skit with a lot of cowboy stars, has Bob as a cane-wielding smoothie and he's helped out by Walker Edmiston, who did the Chester take-off on Maverick and repeats it here.
      Another sketch has Bob as the last man on earth and Julie London as the last woman.
      Guy Mitchell sings "Alias Jesse James".
      Gail Davis does "Wabash Cannon Ball".
      Julie London sings "Must Be Catchin'".
      Bob after a sketch with Fess Parker and Chuck Connors in a satire called "Head Shrinker" comments "Now I know how George Gobel feels".

    • Bob Hope's NBC Christmas Party
      Bob Hope's NBC Christmas Party
      Season 26 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests for his NBC Christmas Party are Donny and Marie Osmond, Redd Foxx, Angie Dickinson, Rowan & Martin, Henny Youngman and Don Knotts. With Cameo appearances by Sandy Duncan, Dorothy Lamour, Paul Lynde, Dean Martin, Danny Thomas and Jimmie Walker.
      The Tournament of Roses Queen and her Court as well as the 1975 AP All America Football Team. With future NFL stars Leroy and Dewey Selmon, Jimbo Elrod, Mike Haynes, Archie Griffin, Ricky Bell, and Chuck Muncie.

      Donny & Marie sing "Deep Purple" (sung note-for-note in the same as the 1964 hit version by another brother-and-sister act, Nino Tempo and April Stevens).
      Bob Hope and Marie Osmond duet to "Silver Bells".
      Bob Hope, Donny & Marie, Angie Dickinson, and Redd Foxx sing "You've Gotta Have Friends".

    • January 16, 1969
      January 16, 1969
      Season 19 - Episode 6

      From Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Guam, Okinawa, Midway Island and aboard the USS Hancock and the USS New Jersey, Bob Hope presents his USO Christmas tour with special guests Ann-Margret, Rosey Grier, Dick Albers and his trampoline act, Linda Bennett, Miss World Penny Plummer, Honey Ltd. and The Goldiggers.

      The Golddiggers' impromptu show at an Army PX, and their efforts while on the USS Hancock to entertain a destroyer crew 200 yards away.
      The Golddiggers perform to "Let Yourself Go".
      Ann-Margret does the frug with dancing partner Hope.
      Rosey Grier sings "Bad News".
      Honey Ltd. sing "I'm So Glad".

    • January 14, 1971
      January 14, 1971
      Season 21 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's Vietnam Christmas Show with special guests actress Ursula Andress, baseball player Johnny Bench, singer/dancer Lola Falana, comedian Redd Foxx, Cyb Barnstable and Patricia Barnstable, singers Gloria Loring and Bobbi Martin, The Golddiggers and Jennifer Hosten, Miss World 1971.

      Hope's 20th annual overseas trip from England, West Germany, the Mediterranean, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and Alaska.

    • September 26, 1973
      September 26, 1973
      Season 24 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are singer-actress Ann-Margret, Country star John Denver, tennis star Bobby Riggs and The Jackson Five.

      Bob Hope and Ann-Margret do "The Match of the Century" sketch.
      John Denver sings "Open Up Your Heart".
      Ann-Margret performs "Harlem".
      The Jackson Five perform "Get It Together" and "Dancing Machine".

    • April 8, 1975
      April 8, 1975
      Season 25 - Episode 4
      The Gillette Cavalcade of Champions Hosted by Bob Hope and Barbara Walters with guests David Janssen, Steve Allen, Dyan Cannon, Eva Gabor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Alan King, Dean Martin, Jennifer O'Neill and Tony Randall. Award recipients are Muhammad Ali, John Havlicek, Olga Korbut, Archie Griffin, Bobby Orr, Lou Brock, Johnny Miller, Ken Stabler, Sandra Haynie, Jimmy Connors, and Chris Evert. In a short segment, David Janssen co-presented with Bob Hope an award to Lou Brock. Highlights: Best Achievement in Baseball: Lou Brock, Steve Garvey, Mike Marshall. Best Achievement in Basketball: Julius Erving, John Havlicek, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Best Achievement in Football: Ken Anderson, Jim Hart, Ken Stabler Best Achievement in Golf: Jane Blalock, Joanne Carter, Sandra Haynie, Johnny Miller, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player. Best Achievement in Hockey: Bobby Clarke, Bobby Orr, Bernie Parent. Best Achievement in Tennis: Chris Evert, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King, Bjorn Borg, Jimmy Connors, John Newcombe. Best Female Athlete in Other Sports: Swimmer Shirley Babshoff, Runner Mary Decker, Gymnast Olga Korbut. Male Amateur: Archief Griffin, David Thompson, Bill Walton. Best Male Pro Athlete in Other Sports: Muhammad Ali, Richard Petty, Johnny Rutherford.moreless
    • November 6, 1968
      November 6, 1968
      Season 19 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope salutes the Apollo 7 astronauts direct from the Houston Mission control in this mix of news headlines, music and comedy. Bob's special guests are David Janssen, Barbara Eden and Ray Charles. The Apollo 7 astronauts are Walter Cunningham, Donn F. Eisele and Walter Schirra.

      Ray Charles sings "The Sun Died" and "Bright Lights and You, Girl".
      Barbara Eden sings "Don't Tell Mama" a song-and-dance number from "Cabaret" choreographed by Miriam Nelson.
      David Janssen and Bob do an "Odd Couple" spoof set in outer space.
      After 97 days aloft, Cdr. Charlie Impeccable (David) is ready to flip. His messy partner on the trip to Mars is Dustin Swine (Bob), who's somehow imprevious to the tensions of interstellar travel.

    • December 23, 1951
      December 23, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      Bob entertains the sailors at Christmas time aboard the USS Boxer which had just returned from Korea in San Diego Harbor. Joining Bob Hope are Constance Moore, brilliant dancers The Nicholas Brothers and Hy Averback.
    • Bob Hope's Christmas Show
      Bob Hope's Christmas Show
      Season 38 - Episode 2
      From Fort Lauderdale, Florida Bob Hope is joined by guests Reba McEntire, Morgan Fairchild, Brooke Shields, Tony Randall and the Rose Queen and Orange Queen and the AP All America Football Team at Christmastime. Also NFL stars Deion Sanders, Thurman Thomas and Tim Brown.
    • Bob Hope Salutes The U.S.A.F. 40th Anniversary
      President Ronald Reagan joins Bob Hope from Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville, North Carolina along with other guests Lucille Ball, Kirk Cameron, Don Johnson, Alabama, Glen Campbell, Phyllis Diller, Dolores Hope, Emmanuel Lewis, Barbara Mandrell, Phylicia Rashad and Brooke Shields.
    • Bob Hope's Christmas Cheer In Saudia Arabia
      Bob Hope and his troupe The Pointer Sisters, Aaron Tippin, Johnny Bench, Ann Jillian, Marie Osmond, Khrystyne Haje and Dolores Hope bring a Christmas to the troops of Desert Storm.
    • May 24, 1955
      May 24, 1955
      Season 5 - Episode 7

      Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby and Jane Russell. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob shows clips from his cinema career from the beginning to "The Seven Little Foys".

    • Bob Hope & Friends: Making New Memories
      Bob Hope's guests are Garth Brooks, Roseanne & Tom Arnold, Angela Lansbury, Burt Reynolds, Dorothy Lamour, Debbie Reynolds, Jane Russell, and the 1991 Deb Stars Jennie Garth and Kathy Ireland.
    • Happy Birthday, Bob!
      Happy Birthday, Bob!
      Season 33 - Episode 7
      From the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC on the occasion of Bob Hope's 80th birthday guests include President Ronald Reagan, Lucille Ball, Dolores Hope, Governor Ray Schafer, Brooke Shields, George Burns, Kathryn Crosby, Tom Selleck, Lynda Carter, Julio Iglesias, Christie Brinkley, Howard Cosell, Barbara Mandrell, Loretta Lynn, Dudley Moore, Phyllis Diller, George C. Scott, Cheryl Tiegs, Tommy Tune, Twiggy, Flip Wilson, Sheena Easton, Ann Jillian, Roberto Duran, Marvin Hagler and Jim Henson & Kermit the Frog.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Young Comedians: A New Generation of Laughs
      Bob Hope is joined by Alan Thicke and Phyllis Diller in introducing to TV viewers these creative and hilarious new comedians: Wayne Cotter, Karen Kilgariff, Sue Kolinsky, Kevin Meaney, Mark Pitta, and Margaret Smith.
    • Bob Hope's Super Birthday Special
      Bob Hope's Super Birthday Special
      Season 34 - Episode 8
      Celebrating Bob Hope's Super Birthday Special are David Letterman, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Brooke Shields, John Ritter, Mr. T, Red Buttons, Dolores Hope, Dick Cavett and Placido Domingo.
    • Bob Hope's Jolly Christmas Show
      Bob Hope's Jolly Christmas Show
      Season 39 - Episode 2
      From Miami, Florida, Bob Hope is joined by guests Dolly Parton, Don Johnson, Orel Hershiser, Florence Griffith Joyner, Charmaine Beth Shryock, Laura Rogers the Rose Queen and Orange Queen and the AP All America Football Team and the Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders. Also appearing are Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State, winner of college football's Hiesman Trophy and future pro football stars Raghib Ismail and Emmitt Smith.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Four-Star Christmas Fiesta from San Antonio
      From San Antonio, Texas, Bob Hope's guests are Rita Rudner, Clint Black, Phylicia Rashad, Dolores Hope, the Rose Queen and the AP All America Football Team with future NFL heroes Lincoln Kennedy, Marshall Faulk, and Garrison Hearst.
    • Bob Hope: The First 90 Years
      Bob Hope: The First 90 Years
      Season 43 - Episode 3
      This is your life, Bob Hope. Accolades from celebrities and six Presidents complement production numbers and clips highlighting the career of the legendary entertainer, who turns 90 on May 29. Vaudeville and Broadway: Angela Lansbury recalls Bob's roots in a segment capped by vaudeville revivalists Bill Irwin and David Shiner (Broadway's Fool Moon). Radio: Betty White reflects on Hope's radio days of the 1930s and '40s; Rosemary Clooney evokes the era with her rendition of I'll Be Seeing You. Movies: Bob Hope's Road hits (beginning with 1940's Road to Singapore) and his pairings with Lucille Ball are remembered by Tom Selleck and Lucie Arnaz. TV: The specials that made Hope a legend are surveyed by Johnny Carson, and Roseanne and Tom Arnold. Also scheduled: reflections on Hope as a hoofer, topical humorist and USO headliner by Paula Abdul, Gary Shandling and Walter Cronkite. Songs by Ann Jillian and Bob's wife, Dolores; and tributes from George Burns, President Clinton, and former Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and Bush.moreless
    • January 24, 1962
      January 24, 1962
      Season 12 - Episode 2
      From Newfoundland, Labrador, Baffin Island, and Greenland. Bob Hope makes his annual tour to entertain service personnel at Christmastime. Appearing with Bob are Jayne Mansfield, Jerry Colonna, Dorothy Provine, Anita Bryant, Peter Leeds and Miss World Rosemarie Frankland. Highlights: Dorothy Provine sings and dances with Bob to the tune of "I'm In Love With You". Jerry and Bob play a couple of beatniks hitting on the girls. Bob and Jayne are in a very funny "Romeo and Juliet" sketch. Anita Bryant sings "Silent Night".moreless
    • October 29, 1976
      October 29, 1976
      Season 27 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's World of Comedy. Comedy writers Norman Lear and Neil Simon join Bob for this two-hour retrospective featuring hilarious excerpts from Bob's television shows. Lucille Ball and Don Rickles are also featured. A tribute to the comedian's 26 years on television. The two-hour special will highlight Hope's TV programs with spoofs on the "Road" movies, a 1950 telecast featuring Frank Sinatra and Bea Lillie and a hospital sketch with David Niven.

    • November 27, 1968
      November 27, 1968
      Season 19 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope is joined by guests Glen Campbell, Juliet Prowse, James Garner, Barbara McNair and cameo appearances from several stars from the alumni roster including, John Wayne, Fess Parker, Robert Stack and Marlo Thomas. Also, appearing is football coach Jim McKay and a salute to Heisman trophy front runner O.J. Simpson.

      Bob leads a Notre Dame U.S.C. football rally at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.
      Bob chats with Trojan back player of the year, O.J. Simpson.

    • Bob Hope's Wicki-Wacky Special From Waikiki, Hawaii
      From Waikiki in Hawaii, Bob Hope's guests are Mr. T, Loni Anderson, Tom Selleck and Miss Venus USA Bonnie De Finizio.
    • Bob Hope and Other Young Comedians: The World Laughs, Young and Old
      Bob Hope's guests are Jeff Foxworthy, Jeff Dunham, John Henton, Max Alexander, Jeff Cesario, Carol Leifer, Pam Stone, Mark Nizer, Milton Berle, Betty White and Phyllis Diller.
    • December 14, 1966
      December 14, 1966
      Season 17 - Episode 4

      From Acapulco, Mexico. Bob departs from his usual comedic program into a fun festive event.

      Film clips of celebrities like Claudine Auger, Dolores Del Rio, Glenn Ford, Michael Caine, Gina Lollobrigida, Merle Oberson, James Mason, Elke Sommer and Jayne Mansfield at the Mexican Film Festival.
      A sequence in which Bob and Mexican comedian Cantinflas fight an imaginary bull.
      Other guests include Eva Renzi, Emily Cranz, Freddie Guzman and Teddy Stauffer.
      Bob combs "bikini land" and visits an after-dark hot spot, Tequila A-Go-Go.

    • Bob's Tender Tribute To Lucy
      Bob's Tender Tribute To Lucy
      Season 40 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope dedicates this special to his leading lady Lucille Ball in this poignant tribute after her passing. Joining Bob in this retrospective are George Burns, Kirk Cameron, Danny Thomas and Betty White.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Birthday Party at Annapolis
      From the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, Bob Hope is joined in his birthday celebration with guests Charlton Heston, Christie Brinkley, James Coburn, Alexander Haig, Dolores Hope, Leslie Nielsen, Bernadette Peters, Brooke Shields, Sammy Davis Jr., Robert Goulet, Don King, Roger Staubach, Hinton Battle, Gregg Burge, Phyllis Hyman, Gerry Cooney, Larry Holmes and the stars from Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Ladies".moreless
    • Bob Hope's Salute to NASA -- 25 Years of Reaching For the Stars
      NASA's 25 years of reaching for the stars celebrate with Bob Hope and guests John Denver, Marie Osmond, Perry Como and Olivia Newton-John. Special appearances by astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Guion Bluford, Alan Shepard and Bob Crippen.
    • March 13, 1963
      March 13, 1963
      Season 13 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Frank Sinatra, Robert Goulet, Brenda Lee, Edie Adams and the 1963 Hollywood Deb Stars. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Frank Sinatra sings "Call Me Irresponsible".
      Skit on TV's psychiatric dramas.
      Bob Hope appears in a sketch as a teenage singer who is idolized by a female radio disk jockeys.

    • May 5, 1957
      May 5, 1957
      Season 7 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are Shelley Winters, George Jessel, singer Sonny James and Dr. Cary Middlecoff. Les Brown conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Sonny sings "First Date, First Kiss, First Love" & "Young Love". Shelley and Bob sing "I Dreamed". Bob stars in two comedy sketches and does his impression of Eddie Foy's "Sand Dance". George offers his version of Al Jolson's "Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye". Dr. Cary Middlecoff shows Bob what happens to his dental patients when he's off at a golf tournament.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Star-Studded Spoof of the New TV Season -- G Rated -- With Glamour, Glitter & Gags
      Bob Hope and guests spoof the 1982 Fall Network Television lineup. Guests include Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Tom Selleck, Linda Evans, Brooke Shields, Ricky Schroder, Milton Berle, Glenn Ford, Tony Geary, Gavin MacLeod and Billy Barty.
    • October 20, 1953
      October 20, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Gloria DeHaven, Phil Harris and Ohio Governor Frank J. Lausche.
    • Bob Hope Buys NBC?
      Bob Hope Buys NBC?
      Season 36 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Lynda Carter, Mr. T, Danny Thomas, NBC President Brandon Tartikoff and Milton Berle. Also the Deb Stars of 1985 join Bob for this hour of music and comedy that takes a humorous look at what might happen if Bob bought the NBC network that has been his home for six decades. Cameo appearances by Lucille Ball, George Burns, Johnny Carson, Dick Cavett, Phyllis Diller, Phil Donahue, Elvira, President Gerald Ford, Michael J. Fox, Dolores Hope, Lee Iacocca, Reggie Jackson, Michael Landon, Ed McMahon, President Ronald Reagan, Ricky Schroder, Tom Selleck and Ted Turner.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Stars Over Texas Special
      From the University of Texas in Austin. Bob Hope's guests are Jack Lemmon, Dottie West, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, Morgan Fairchild and Miss Texas Elizabeth Lu Ann Caughey join in for music and comedy Texas style.
    • Happy Birthday Bob - 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years With NBC
      Bob Hope on his 50 years with the NBC Network. Flim clips from Bob's long and storied career in show business are shown. Joining in for the celebrations are Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, George Burns, Dinah Shore, Danny Thomas, Don Rickles, Jonathan Winters, James Stewart, Alf, Steve Allen, Kirk Cameron, Diahann Carroll, Bert Convy, Sammy Davis Jr., Angie Dickinson, Phyllis Diller, John Forsythe, Dolores Hope, Ann Jillian, Jack Jones, Stepfanie Kramer, Dorothy Lamour, Michael Landon, Jay Leno, Shelley Long, Reba McEntire, Donald O'Connor, Marie Osmond, Tony Randall, Brooke Shields, Leslie Uggams and Betty White.moreless
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Birthday Party
      Bob Hope's All-Star Birthday Party
      Season 29 - Episode 7
      From the USS Iwo Jima in New York Harbor. Bob Hope's guests include Lucie Arnaz, Robert Klein, Don Knotts, Charo, Diahann Carroll, Henry Kissinger, Dolores Hope, The Village People, Sarah Jessica Parker from Broadway's "Annie" and the cast of the Broadway production "Dancin' Company".
    • NBC Investigates Bob Hope
      NBC Investigates Bob Hope
      Season 38 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Tony Randall, Milton Berle, Jack Carter, Danny Thomas and Louis Nye who join Bob for an hour of music and comedy loosely inspired by "Olliemania" the Oliver North and Fawn Hall's Iran-Contra Congressional hearings. Cameo appearances by Michael Landon, President Ford, George Burns, Tom Selleck, Phil Donahue, Fred Dryer & Stepfanie Kramer, Army Archerd and NBC President Brandon Tartikoff.moreless
    • April 9, 1950
      April 9, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's debut in the "Star Spangled Revue" with guests Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dinah Shore, Beatrice Lillie and Hal LeRoy. Also appearing are Maurice Rocco, the Mexico City Boys Choir and the Jack Cole Dancers. Highlights: Bob Hope and Dinah Shore sing a rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" set in an igloo. "Dragalong Cavendish," an Anglicized version of "Hopalong Cassidy." Dinah Shore sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was".

    • November 20, 1964
      November 20, 1964
      Season 15 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Dr. Kildare star Richard Chamberlain, Annette Funicello, Donald O'Connor, Stella Stevens and singer Trini López. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Annette Funicello sings "The Clyde".
      Trini López sings "Jezebel".
      Bob & Trini duet on "Hello Dolly!"
      Sketch with Bob and Stella demonstrating an in-flight floor show.
      Donald O'Connor as a demon knife-thrower and Bob as a demon target.
      Richard Chamberlain as a Nipponese gunslinger in a comedic Japanese Western skit.
      "The Young at Heart" background music by Les Brown Orchestra.

    • December 13, 1963
      December 13, 1963
      Season 14 - Episode 3

      Bing Crosby and Jack Benny pinch-hit for the ailing Bob Hope. Danny Thomas and Juliet Prowse appear in a pre-recorded segment. The 1963 Look All-America Football Team, look for Dick Butkus and Carl Eller and six football "queens".

    • January 18, 1958
      January 18, 1958
      Season 8 - Episode 3
      Far East Xmas USO Show Bob Hope's guests are Jayne Mansfield, Jerry Colonna, Hedda Hopper, Arthur Duncan, Mickey Hargitay, Erin O'Brien and Carol Jarvis. Highlights: During the Christmas season Bob Hope was traveling around the Pacific entertaining GI's.

      His troupe included glamor gal Jayne Mansfield, star of the films "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" and "Kiss Them For Me", songstress Erin O'Brien; comedian Jerry Colonna for years a radio sidekick of Hope's. Holly columnist Hedda Hopper, dancer Arthur Duncan and strongman Mickey Hargitay, fiance of Miss Mansfield who appeared in several films with her. Les Brown and his orchestra. The highlights of the tour which stopped at Hawaii, Korea, Okinawa and Japan.moreless
    • April 26, 1952
      April 26, 1952
      Season 2 - Episode 5

      From the Presidio in San Francisco. Bob Hope's guests are Fred MacMurray, Gale Robbins, Alfred Apaka, Gloria Pall and The Bell Sisters.

    • Bob Hope's USO Christmas in Beirut
      Bob Hope's USO Christmas in Beirut
      Season 34 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope and his troupe of entertainers including Cathy Lee Crosby, Brooke Shields, Ann Jillian, Vic Damone, George Kirby and Miss USA Julie Hayakhead out to entertain the troops at Christmastime in Beirut, and aboard the USS Guam, USS New Jersey, USS Fort Snelling, USS Independence, USS Manitowoc and USS J.F. Kennedy in the Mediterranean Sea.moreless
    • February 10, 1959
      February 10, 1959
      Season 9 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Maureen O'Hara, Danny Thomas and Carol Haney.

      Bob and Danny Thomas kid TV commercials in a short but funny bit.
      Bob and Carol are a riot in a thing about the homelife of a "beatnik".
      Carol does a frenetic dance to "Doin' the Raccoon".
      Bob and Danny do a private-eye skit called "The Case of the Falling Trendex".
      Maureen O'Hara sings "I Could Have Danced All Night".

    • April 26, 1955
      April 26, 1955
      Season 5 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are Lloyd Nolan, Hans Conried, Jerry Colonna, Parisian chanteuse Line Renaud, Vicki Draves, Miss Malta & Company dog act Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • Bob Hope's Christmas Show: Hopes For the Holidays
      Bob Hope and his wife Dolores welcome special guests into their home in Palm Springs, California, as they celebrate the holiday season. Appearing are Tony Bennett, Lindsay Wagner, Kaitlin Cullum, Mark Curry and the Rose Queen, and the AP All America Football Team with future pro football heroes Tedy Bruschi, Warren Sapp, Korey Stringer, Ki-Jana Carter and Kerry Collins.moreless
    • Bob Hope on Campus
      Bob Hope on Campus
      Season 30 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope and guests Tony Randall, Joe Namath, Dionne Warwick, Melissa Manchester, Tanya Tucker, Erik Estrada and Bear Bryant get in on football fever across College campuses.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Look at TV's Prime Time Wars
      Bob Hope looks at the Fall 1980 television season thru "A Comic Romp Through Prime Time" with guests Danny Thomas, Howard Duff, Barbara Eden, Larry Wilcox, Loni Anderson, Stella Stevens, Erik Estrada, Willie Aames, Claude Akins, Cathy Lee Crosby, Gil Gerard, Charlotte Rae and Brooke Shields.
    • September 14, 1950
      September 14, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Dinah Shore, Bob Crosby and the Jack Cole Dancers. Also Al Goodman and his Orchestra. Highlights: Bob Crosby (Bing's brother) sings "There'll Always Be a Crosby, But We're Running Out of Hopes".
    • All-Star Comedy Birthday Party from West Point
      Joining Bob Hope for his Birthday celebration are guests Vice President George Bush, George C. Scott, Mickey Rooney, Robert Urich, Marie Osmond, Brooke Shields, Sugar Ray Leonard, Glen Campbell, Mary Martin, Bob's wife Dolores Hope and the "42nd Street Dancers".
    • Hope For President
      Hope For President
      Season 31 - Episode 2
      A special loaded with political antics of what it would be like if Bob Hope were to run for President. Included in the special are President Gerald Ford, Senator Henry Jackson, Johnny Carson, Mr. Bill, Tony Randall, Sammy Davis Jr., Angie Dickinson, Jonathan Winters, Stefanie Powers, Harvey Korman, Toni Tenille, Lou Ferrigno, Tracy Austin, Gary Owens, Jayne Kennedy, Barbara Jordan, Brooke Shields, Vidal Sassoon, Susan Powell and Louis Nye.moreless
    • September 22, 1969
      September 22, 1969
      Season 20 - Episode 1

      Literally a who's who in the comedy field show up for Bob Hope as he begins his 20th season of Specials on television.

      Twenty one comics with late additions including Huntley and Brinkley, form Bob's select list for this hour, kidding TV censorship, when Hope is fired by the network and begins to organize his craft. Put together like "Laugh-In" to accommodate the cast, Bob battles censor Richard Deacon to start the row, and ends up picketing with the help of George Gobel and Danny Thomas. Tommy Smothers is in on the act, as Bob depicts the effect of censors on moon astronauts Soupy Sales and Jack Carter, football players like Bill Dana, Tarzan Wally Cox and Peyton Place's Constance MacKenzie (Jack E. Leonard in drag). Bulging cast includes Flip Wilson, Pat Paulsen, Nipsey Russell, Johnny Carson, Buddy Hackett, Phil Silvers, Jimmy Durante, Sid Caesar, Steve Allen, Red Buttons, Shecky Greene and Marty Allen.

    • February 17, 1969
      February 17, 1969
      Season 19 - Episode 7

      Bob Hope's guests for his tribute to Vaudeville special are Bing Crosby, Martha Raye, George Burns, Lisa Miller, Rowan & Martin and Diana Ross and The Supremes.

      Martha Raye sings her famous rendition of "Mr. Paganini".
      Bing Crosby sings 'bird' songs like "Red Red Robin".
      Hope, Crosby and Burns resurrect "Goldie, Fields and Glide" one of the worst acts ever dreamed up.
      Bob and Bing revive their 1932 routine called "crossovers" in which two men meet in the street and pass the time of day.
      George Burns recalls Gracie Allen sillies with Lisa Miller.
      Diana Ross and The Supremes offer a medley of their hits.

    • October 14, 1968
      October 14, 1968
      Season 19 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Gwen Verdon, Bob Fosse, John Davidson, Jeannie C. Riley and World Series' pitchers Bob Gibson
      and Denny McLain.

      Jeannie C. Riley sings "Harper Valley PTA".
      Gwen plays Violet C. Drab a contestant on "Blind Date", a spoof of "The Dating Game" in a sketch with Hope.
      John Davidson sings "Hey Jude".
      Gwen Verdon performs a flamenco number choreographed by her husband Bob Fosse.

    • Hope, Women and Song
      Hope, Women and Song
      Season 30 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope looks back at his career in Vaudeville, Broadway, radio and feature films. Bob's guests are Shirley Jones, Diahann Carroll, Debby Boone and Beatrice Arthur.
    • The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      Season 30 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests for his Christmas special are Angie Dickinson, Bonnie Franklin, Adam Rich and Kathryn Crosby. Highlights: A scheduled sketch casts Hope as Santa Claus under interrogation by a policewoman (Angie). Bob and Kathryn sing "Silver Bells". Bonnie sings "My Ship."
    • March 20, 1968
      March 20, 1968
      Season 18 - Episode 8

      Bob Hope's guests are Paul Lynde, Arnold Palmer, Anne Bancroft, Lou Rawls and Jill St. John.

      Bob comments on the New Hampshire Primary, in his opening monologue on income taxes and the forthcoming Oscars.
      Hope gives his heart to socialite Anne Bancroft and is surprised when his fiance Jill St. John show up.
      Jill St. John as Bonnie and Bob as Killer Clod a bashful lover and bank robber.
      Lou Rawls sings.
      Bob kids around with Arnold Palmer.

    • September 13, 1971
      September 13, 1971
      Season 22 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope celebrates 22 years on NBC with guests Martha Raye, Linda Cristal, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Rose Marie, Barbara McNair, Jacqueline Susann, Angie Dickinson, Sue Lyon, Sally Struthers, Nanette Fabray, Imogene Coca, Phyllis Diller, Edie Adams, Jill St. John, Jo Anne Worley, Phyllis Newman and Edy Williams. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      "Planet of the Shapes", as astronaut Bob Hope discovers a planet inhabited by women and 18 ladies from Dr. Joyce Brothers to Sally Struthers give the astronaut a hard time in this broad space comedy.

    • Bob Hope's All-Star Tribute to the Palace Theater
      Bob Hope pays tribute to the Palace Theater, a well-loved vaudeville venue on Times Square in New York. Bob Hope's guests are George Burns, Carol Lawrence, Donny and Marie Osmond, Sammy Davis Jr., Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence and Johnny Carson who makes a cameo appearance.
    • Bob Hope's Birthday Memories
      Bob Hope's Birthday Memories
      Season 44 - Episode 2
      A special celebrating Bob Hope's 91st birthday with guests John Ritter, Leslie Nielsen, Angie Dickinson, Bea Arthur, John Forsythe, Phyllis Diller, Sugar Ray Leonard, Betty White, Jonathan Winters and Dolores Hope from his Los Angeles home. Features memorable moments from 15 years of Hope's birthday specials and more than 40 years on television.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Happy Birthday Homecoming Special
      From London's Lyric Theatre, Bob Hope celebrates his 82nd birthday in London, England, the country of his birth. Celebrating with Bob are Charlton Heston, Michael Caine, Debbie Reynolds, Ben Kingsley, Bernadette Peters, Brooke Shields, Chevy Chase, Phyllis Diller, Crystal Gayle, Dolores Hope, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Marvin Hagler, Ray Alan, Rowan Atkinson, Julio Iglesias, Spike Milligan, Mike Yarwood and Duran Duran.moreless
    • Bob Hope: Memories of World War II
      Bob Hope: Memories of World War II
      Season 45 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope is joined by wife Dolores, and troupe members Frances Langford and Patty Thomas for this hour-long trip down memory lane detailing how he spent the war years and his introduction to entertaining the troops.
    • Bob Hope's Superbowl Party
      Bob Hope's Superbowl Party
      Season 39 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Shelley Long, George Burns, Sammy Davis Jr., teen idol Tiffany and NFL quarterbacks Joe Montana and Boomer Esiason.
    • September 20, 1967
      September 20, 1967
      Season 18 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests for his 18th season premiere are Jimmy Durante, Jack Jones, Phyllis Diller, Don Rickles, Kaye Stevens and Rowan & Martin; cameo appearances from Danny Thomas, Don Adams, Paul Lynde, Buddy Hackett and Rudy Vallee.

      Fun of Vaudeville with Bob, Jimmy Durante and Jack Jones recreate the routines of Clayton, Jackson and Durante, singing most of Jimmy's perennials.
      Jimmy Durante solos with "A Real Piano Player" and "Jimmy the Well-Dressed Man".
      Bob goes back to his days on the boards with partner Louise Troxell, a Gracie Allen type, played by Kaye Stevens, and then shifts to a heckler's routing with Dick Martin and Dan Rowan.
      Dolled up in a paper dress, Phyllis Diller comes on for her standup bit about clothes and husband Fang.
      Jack Jones croons a medley of songs including "Moon River".

    • Bob Hope Lampoons the New TV Scene
      Bob Hope Lampoons the New TV Scene
      Season 37 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Morgan Fairchild, Tony Randall, George Burns, Ann Jillian and Danny Thomas who join Bob for an hour of music and comedy spoofing the fall TV season. Estelle Getty and John Davidson make cameo appearances.
    • February 27, 1962
      February 27, 1962
      Season 12 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Paar, Joan Collins, Steve Allen, Joanie Sommers, Sid Melton, Robert Strauss and a cameo appearance Bing Crosby. David Rose and His orchestra Highlights: Bob, Steve and Jack in a skit called "The King and Us" discussing who will replace Jack Paar when he leaves the show. Bing Crosby makes a surprise guest appearance at the end of the sketch. A spoof on "Car 54" called "Bicycle 54, Are You There?" in which Steve and Bob play a British "Toody and Muldoon" working on the killing of Sir Roger Wilco. Joanie Sommers has a big production number as she sings "It's Love". Joan Collins plays the first woman customs inspector.moreless
    • Bob Hope's USO Christmas From the Persian Gulf -- Around the World in Eight Days
      From the Philippines, Spain, Diego Garcia, and aboard the USS Midway and the USS Okinawa. Bob Hope is joined by guests Lee Greenwood, Barbara Eden, Connie Stevens and her daughters Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher with the Superbowl Dancers and Miss USA Michelle Royer who entertain the service personnel stationed far from home at Christmastime. Also appearing is the United States Navy Pacific Fleet Band. Highlights: Lee Greenwood performs his song "God Bless the U.S.A." and "Silent Night".moreless
    • January 24, 1974
      January 24, 1974
      Season 24 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Burt Reynolds, Dionne Warwick and Dyan Cannon. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Burt and Bob do a skit with a takeoff of "Papillon".
      Dionne Warwick sings "Promises, Promises".
      The cast joins Bob in a finale "Elegance" from "Hello, Dolly!"

    • Bob Hope's Spring Fling of Comedy and Glamour
      Bob Hope's guests are the lovely ladies of the big and small screen, Brooke Shields, Loni Anderson, Morgan Fairchild, Melissa Manchester, Jill St. John, Donna Dixon and Teri Copley.
    • November 16, 1966
      November 16, 1966
      Season 17 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests for an hour of music and comedy are: Bing Crosby; 23-year-old Vietnamese singer and Miss Vietnam, Bach Yen (aka White Sparrow); and a group of rising Hollywood starlets billed as "The New Faces of Hollywood" — among them: Donna Danton, Marilyn Devon, Marianne Gordon, Melodie Johnson, Chris Noel, Eileen O'Neill, Susan St. James, and Venita Wolf.

      Highlights: Bach Yen sings "What Now, My Love?" (in French and in English) and "Dem Dong" a folk song. Bing sings "In the Cool Cool of the Evening" and "Pennies From Heaven". Sketch with Bob as a wealthy Texan and Bing as a snooty Englishman who enter their prize ponies in the Grand National. Also a parody of "Fantastic Voyage" called "Fantastic Stomach" in which a miniaturized Bob and Bing penetrate the Vast Waistline to find out what's ailing Jackie Gleason.

    • Bob Hope's Salute to the 75th Anniversary of the World Series
      Bob Hope pays special homage to the wonderful sport of baseball on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the World Series. Joining in for the celebration are Danny Kaye, Joe DiMaggio, Charo, Glen Campbell, Cheryl Tiegs, The Muppets, Billy Martin, Howard Cosell, Tommy Davis, Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Steve Martin.moreless
    • May 27, 1950
      May 27, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Frank Sinatra, making his first appearance on television, songstress Peggy Lee and returning for her second appearance, Beatrice Lillie. From New York, Bob Hope is joined by the extraordinary dance team of Condos & Brandow, ballet icons Michael Kidd and Janet Reed along with other members of the New York Ballet, Arnold Stang, David Burns, The DeMarlos, Bill Hayes, Leila Hyer, Louise Kirtland, Jack Russell, Tom Avera, Sylvia Miles, Dennis James, Wendell Niles, and Milton Berle in a cameo role. Highlights: A sketch titled "The Road to Frigidaire" based on the Hope-Bing Crosby running feud is acted out. Beatrice Lillie does a take-off of Dorothy Lamour from the Road to series. Peggy Lee sings "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered". Milton Berle shows up in drag making a play for Bob.

    • March 22, 1962
      March 22, 1962
      Season 12 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests are Ethel Merman, Maximillian Schell, Piper Laurie and Fabian. Also with David Rose and His orchestra. Highlights: Bob has some quips about Jackie Kennedy's tour. Ethel Merman stars in the main skit, a take-off on "A Majority of One," titled "Call Me Butterfly." She plays a movie slar who goes to Japan, with Bob as her Japanese landlord. Ethel and Bob recreate their duet ot "It's De-Lovely," which they did in Broadway's "Red, Hot and Blue" in 1938. Ethel also has a medley of "smile" songs. Fabian duets with Bob on "Tiger". Piper Laurie and Maximillian Schell talk abou the Oscar Awards and all join in for a broad sketch ribbing method acting. Oscar nominee Schell pretends he's an atomic warhead in a sketch. Ethel closes with "There's No Business Like Show Business".moreless
    • December 3, 1978
      December 3, 1978
      Season 29 - Episode 2
      From the Ohio Jubilee in Columbus, Ohio, Bob Hope welcomes guests Lucille Ball, Ginger Rogers, Donny and Marie Osmond, Vic Damone, Larry Merritt and President Gerald Ford.
    • November 20, 1974
      November 20, 1974
      Season 25 - Episode 2
      From Caesar's Palace, it's the Las Vegas Entertainment Awards. Bob Hope hosts the Awards with guests Paul Anka, Wayne Newton, Juliet Prowse, Sammy Davis Jr., Charo, Rich Little, Robert Goulet, Ann-Margret, Bobbie Gentry, Mitzi Gaynor, Alan King, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Shecky Greene, Marty Allen, Carol Channing and Roy Clark.
    • December 12, 1960
      December 12, 1960
      Season 11 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Jimmy Durante & Polly Bergen.

      Hope and guests score in a bit wearing baby clothes and singing "Triplets".
      A sketch with Durante and Hope playing TV stars that are locked in at night by their networks, spoofing a popular TV series Durante playing "Aquanose, the Underwater Detective". Bob comments that Jimmy has his own built-in snorkel.
      Also a piece on "Lady Tallywogger's Boo-Boo" and a foreign spy skit.
      Jimmy Durante sings "September Song" reminiscent of the late Walter Huston's version.
      Polly sings "The Man That Got Away" ala Judy Garland.

    • January 16, 1963
      January 16, 1963
      Season 13 - Episode 4

      From Japan, Korea, Guam, Philippines, Okinawa, Formosa, and aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. Bob makes his annual tour to entertain service personnel stationed abroad at Christmastime. Bob Hope's entertainers are Lana Turner, Janis Paige, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant, Peter Leeds and Miss USA, Amadee Chabot.

      Lana Turner and Bob Hope do the Bossa Nova.
      Jerry Colonna turns up in a number of costumes.
      Janis Paige plays a GI wife.
      Anita Bryant sings.

    • Bob Hope's Funny Valentine Special
      Bob Hope's Funny Valentine Special
      Season 31 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope Valentine Special with guests Cathy Lee Crosby, Barbara Mandrell, Charlene Tilton, Phyllis Diller and Dr. Joyce Brothers.
    • March 7, 1973
      March 7, 1973
      Season 23 - Episode 5

      Bob's guests are comedian Phil Harris, musicians Al Hirt and Pete Fountain.

      Bob Hope in New Orleans presides as Bacchus over the Mardi Gras parade.
      Bob builds a show around the famous "Fat Tuesday" (that's what Mardi Gras really means) celebration.
      The Dixieland Bands and floats in the parade and the outdoor dancing in Bourbon St, with a visit to nightclubs featuring Pete Fountain and Al Hirt.

    • February 8, 1973
      February 8, 1973
      Season 23 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Danny Thomas, Don Rickles, Wally Cox, Jerry Colonna, Tony Randall, Red Buttons, Jan Murray, Jack Carter, Joe Flynn, Shecky Greene, Steve Allen, Arte Johnson, Ken Murray, Merv Griffin and Howard Cosell. Also: heavyweight champion of the world George Foreman.

      The current energy crisis is the work of a mad scientist (Hope) planning to hold the world for ransom. Along the way, he runs into Jack Benny, Don Rickles, Tony Randall, Jerry Colonna, Red Buttons, Jack Carter, Jan Murray, Wally Cox and Danny Thomas.

    • Bob Hope Lampoons Show Business
      Bob Hope Lampoons Show Business
      Season 40 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Michael Crawford, John Forsythe, Morgan Fairchild, Florence Henderson, Peter Leeds, Norm Crosby and Dale Kristien.
    • December 10, 1972
      December 10, 1972
      Season 23 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are comedian Redd Foxx, comedienne Phyllis Diller, actress Elke Sommer, singer Gloria Loring and the AP All-American Football Team.

      Redd Foxx visits Bob Hope's house as Santa Claus.
      Bob and Elke are lured to entertain in the lounge of a 747 in a satirical sketch.
      Members of the Associated Press' All-American football team take a bow in a portion of the show filmed in New York.

    • Bob Hope's 1990 Christmas Show From Bermuda
      From Bermuda, Bob Hope is joined by guests Dixie Carter, Loni Anderson, Joan Van Ark, the Rose Queen, and the AP All America Football Team with future NFL heroes Herman Moore, Eric Bieniemy, Raghib Ismail, and Ty Detmer.
    • April 19, 1973
      April 19, 1973
      Season 23 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are comedian Milton Berle, singer-dancer Joey Heatherton, Country star Glen Campbell, The Supremes and the celebrated Evelyn Hans Dog act.

      An old burlesque sketch "The Transformer" heads the list with Hope playing the doctor, Joey Heatherton his wandering wife and Milton Berle, the boyfriend.
      Glen Campbell sings "I Knew Jesus Before He Was a Superstar".

    • December 15, 1953
      December 15, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope Christmas Special. Bob's guests are Gale Storm, The Corbett Twins, Gene Nelson, Pat Hora, Joan Shawlee, Jerry Desmond, Ray Kellogg, Johnny Cooley, Jack Pepper and Les Brown and His Band of Reknown. Highlights: Gale Storm and Hope perform a comedy skit with a cameo by Charles Farrell and sing "Walking My Baby Back Home". The Corbett Twins (Jeannie and Jane), appearing in Hope's forthcoming Paramount film Here Come the Girls, help Hope pick the winner of a trip to Hollywood. Hope performs a Christmas shopping sketch as a store clerk. Gene Nelson and Pat Hora dance "The Story of the Sandman". Hope and Nelson do a soft-shoe dance number. Gale Storm sings "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy". Bob Hope performs in a skit as a member of a committee working to fight Los Angeles smog. Hope, Storm and Nelson sing "Silver Bells". Major General William F. Dean, Korean War hero, gives a speech on the war, Christmas, an the need to rebuild Korea.moreless
    • Bob Hope in the Star-Makers
      Bob Hope in the Star-Makers
      Season 30 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are Marie Osmond, Robert Guillaume, Gallagher, Bernadette Peters, Robert Urich, Elaine Joyce, Conrad Janis and Linda Gray. Highlights: In a musical comedy with a satirical slant, Bob Hope portrays a savvy agent who teams with a wealthy but naive Texan (Robert Urich) to find a new starlet for a TV hit called "Lovett's Lovelies."moreless
    • The Bob Hope 30th Anniversary Special
      Bob Hope's 30th Anniversary Special, a retropect of Bob's first 30 years on TV. Celebrating with Bob are guests Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Danny Thomas, Les Brown, George Burns, Glen Campbell, Sammy Davis Jr., Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence, Marie Osmond, Martha Raye, Brooke Shields, Fred Silverman, Tanya Tucker and Robert Urich.moreless
    • April 13, 1970
      April 13, 1970
      Season 20 - Episode 9

      Bob Hope's guests are Ann-Margret, Phyllis Diller, Buddy Greco, Jerry Colonna and The Spurrlows, Chrysler's musical ambassadors of safe driving. Wally Cox makes a cameo appearance. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Ann-Margret appears in a sketch with Bob called "The Odd Squad", she's Nancy Nice and he's Harry Youth.
      Ann-Margret's production number is "It All Depends on You".
      Bob and Buddy's medley parodying country western laments.
      Feminist co-pilot Phyllis Diller is confronted by would-be hijacker Wally Cox.

    • January 28, 1979
      January 28, 1979
      Season 29 - Episode 4
      From the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California, Bob Hope welcomes guests Pat and Debby Boone, Debbie Reynolds, Sammy Davis Jr. and Kathryn Crosby.
    • Bob Hope's Easter Vacation in the Bahamas
      From Nassau, Bahamas, at Carnival's Crystal Palace Resort and Casino, Bob Hope's guests are LaToya Jackson, Barbara Mandrell, Andy Williams and Tony Randall.
    • May 1, 1956
      May 1, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are actress Kathryn Grayson, actor George Sanders, singer Pearl Bailey and comedian George Gobel. Highlights: Bob and Kathryn appear in a sketch satirizing opera and hillbilly music, in which she portrays an Italian opera singer and Hope plays the "king of the hillbilly recording stars". Sanders joins Hope in a tongue-in-cheek routine depicting the chicanery of agents trying to close a deal. Pearl does a sketch with Hope set against the background of Las Vegas in which she auditions for Hope.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Tropical Comedy Special From Tahiti
      From the island of Moorea in Tahiti, Bob Hope's guests are Morgan Brittany, John Denver, Howard Keel, Jonathan Winters, Miss America Susan Akin and Miss Tahiti Ruth Manea.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Comedy Birthday Party
      Celebrating Bob Hope's 77th birthday are guests Loni Anderson, Diana Ross, Andy Gibb, Barbara Mandrell, Randy Gardner, Alan B. Shepard and Tai Babilona.
    • December 19, 1968
      December 19, 1968
      Season 19 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Carol Lawrence, Jerry Colonna, Janet Leigh, Nancy Ames, Glen Campbell, Stella Stevens and Wally Cox.

      A "Mission: Impossible" book show with agent Hope tracking down Santa Claus, kidnaped by a women's group called Broads, Inc. Agent Hope meets stewardess Nancy Ames on a hijacked plane to Havanna, faces judge Jerry Colonna, makes friends with CIA agent Glen Campbell and shoots off to Hong Kong only to be poisoned by dancer Carol Lawrence. Bob bumps into Janet Leigh for a song and eventually finds Santa (Wally Cox) at Broad headquarters.

    • Bob Hope's Comedy Salute To the Soaps
      Bob Hope's guests are Morgan Brittany, Diahann Carroll, Joan Van Ark, Deidre Hall, Peter Reckell and Jack Wagner.
    • September 29, 1965
      September 29, 1965
      Season 16 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests for his first variety special of the new season are Andy Williams, Dinah Shore, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Beatrice Lillie.

      Presents himself in his first comedy special of the season an hour of brittle humor and solid songs.
      It's one of the best efforts for the comedian wlw is
      in excellent company with guests Beatrice Lillie (who is mighty funny in a ribbing of the film, "Cat Ballou" called Tiger Ballou),
      Douglas Fairbanks, Jr, (who provides Hope a mean foil in a satire on astronauts).
      Dinah Shore sings "Any Place I Hang My Hat".
      Andy Williams solos with "The Way You Look Tonight".
      There is also another obvious spoof on the James Bond theme, nand Hope's usual crisp commentary on the news.

    • March 19, 1969
      March 19, 1969
      Season 19 - Episode 8

      Bob Hope's guests are Jimmy Durante, Cyd Charisse, Nancy Sinatra and Ray Charles.

      Nancy Sinatra sings "God Knows I Love You".
      Nancy plays a psychiatrist to cowboy Hope.
      Cyd Charisse dances and poses as an overweight woman as part of a gag in a "Waist Watchers" sketch in which Bob becomes pinned in a telephone booth.
      Ray Charles rocks a couple of tunes.
      Hope and Jimmy ham it up in a college campus riot sketch, with Bob leading the dissidents (unusually beautiful girls) and Durante, wearing a tam playing school prexy Sigmund Sayakawa.

    • December 15, 1965
      December 15, 1965
      Season 16 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby, Janet Leigh, Jack Benny and Nancy Wilson. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Busiest of all, of course, is Hope who plays Santa Claus. with a squad of "elves."
      A sketch in which he meets Benny (who is at his Scrooge best) who wants to take over Santa's "racket."
      Bing Crosby sings "Do You Hear What I Hear?"
      Nancy Wilson sings "Silent Night".

    • April 13, 1966
      April 13, 1966
      Season 16 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Phyllis Diller, Pete Fountain, Jonathan Winters and Lee Marvin. Highlights: Sketches include "Pagoda Place", after remarrying a wealthy Japanese woman learns that her husband is still alive. "The Putrid Six" stars Bob as a sinister bandit chief and Lee as a sissy gangster with Johnnie Lee as Chiquita. A police lieutenant (Bob) investigates Oscar nominee Rock Surly (Jonathan), who is suspected of murdering the other contenders.moreless
    • November 8, 1967
      November 8, 1967
      Season 18 - Episode 3
      "Shoot-In At NBC", a comical blend of High Noon and high camp as Bob Hope arranges a showdown between cowboys and comedians. Guests include Don Adams, Steve Allen, Jack Carter, Wally Cox, Bill Dana, James Drury, Bobbie Gentry, Raymond Burr, Jack Kelly, Doug McClure, Cameron Mitchell, Don Rickles, Dale Robertson, Danny Thomas, Rod Cameron, Richard Deacon, Buddy Hackett, Paul Lynde, Jan Murray, Jack Palance, Larry Storch, Forrest Tucker and Dan Rowan & Dick Martin. Les Brown conducts the orchestra.moreless
    • February 12, 1968
      February 12, 1968
      Season 18 - Episode 7

      Bob Hope's guests for this special benefit salute to the USO are Bing Crosby, Pearl Bailey, Barbara Eden and the U.S. Military Academy Glee Club with the Les Brown Orchestra.

      A boxing match between Marciano and Chicken Delight (Bob Hope).
      Bing Crosby sings "Thanks for the Memory".
      Bob Hope sings "White Christmas".
      Both join in for songs from their "Road" movies.
      Pearl sings "Hello, Dolly!"
      The Cadet Glee Club perform.

    • December 14, 1967
      December 14, 1967
      Season 18 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests for his Christmas special are Phil Silvers, Jerry Colonna, Ernest Borgnine, Paul Lynde, Don Adams, Wally Cox and Joyce Jamison.


      "Miracle on the Freeway". Bob and his guests take a satiric look at Christmas present.
      Santa Claus (Bob Hope) goes to jail for causing a big traffic jam on the Hollywood Freeway. Cop Phil Silvers makes the arrest, Don Adams is the prosecuting attorney and psychiatrist Paul Lynde checks Santa to see if the fat man's senses are all there. Joyce Jamison is the perplexed Mrs. Claus. Hope's cellmates are Ernest Borgnine and Wally Cox, two brains plotting a jail break, and the crazy judge is old Hope buddy, Jerry Colonna.
      And in the closing moments, The International Children's Choir sings "Santa Claus is Coming to Town".

    • October 16, 1967
      October 16, 1967
      Season 18 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Debbie Reynolds, Phyllis Diller, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme.

      Debbie Reynolds does impressions of Hollywood ladies with political potential. Phyllis Diller wants to run for political office against Debbie Dimples.
      Bob joins Steve and Eydie for sketches about a Hollywood divorce triangle and three wigged-out hippies.
      Steve sings "It's Got to Be Me".
      Eydie sings "When the World Was Young".
      Spoof of "The Flying Nun".
      Debbie Reynolds does a song-and-dance from her night club act that includes, "Sunny Side of the Street", "Lullaby of Broadway" and "Me and My Shadow".

    • January 18, 1967
      January 18, 1967
      Season 17 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's 25th trek to the Far East visiting the GIs. Bob's guests are Phyllis Diller, Anita Bryant, Vic Damone, Joey Heatherton, Anna Kashfi, Diane McBain, Rita Feria (Miss World) and The Korean Kittens. With Les Brown and His Band of Reknown. On view are Cardinal Spellman, Billy Graham, Stuart Symington, Johnny Grant, Tippi Hedren and Chris Noel.

      Vic Damone sings "More" and "Strangers in the Night".
      Anita Bryant sings "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" aboard the carrier Bennington.
      Bob and Phyllis crack jokes on the Franklin D. Roosevelt carrier.
      Korean Kittens sing "What’d I Say".
      Hope and Joey Heatherton do a song and dance.
      Joey sings "Spanish Flea".
      Billy Graham gives pep talk to soldiers.
      Dolores Hope sings "White Christmas".
      Diane Shelton does acrobatic act.
      Appearances by Johnny Grant, Diane McBain. Tippi Hedrin makes a short appearance. Skit with girls protesting Hope’s treatment of them.
      Anita Bryant sings "Silent Night". Troupe visits wounded. Hope asks General Leo Wald why we must win.
      Footage of the copters, "Jolly Green Giants" along with film of the wounded coming out of evacuation planes.
      On view are Cardinal Spellman, Billy Graham, Stuart Symington, Tippi Hedren and Chris Noel.

    • April 17, 1969
      April 17, 1969
      Season 19 - Episode 9

      Bob Hope's guests are Jane Wyman, Patti Page, Tina Louise, Maureen Arthur, golfer Jack Nicklaus and Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66.

      Patti Page sings "The Love Song".
      Bob attempts to lure away a Nicklaus pupil for lessons with Jack for himself.
      Plugging his latest film "How to Commit Marriage" Bob faces Jane Wyman, Maureen Arthur and Tina Louise in the studio cutting room as the girls angle for more footage.
      Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 perform "Scarborough Fair" and "Pretty World".

    • Roberta
      Season 20 - Episode 3

      John Kent, an all-American fullback inherits an exclusive Paris dress shop "Roberta" from his Aunt Minnie, he and his friend Huckleberry Haines travel to Paris to run the shop. A romance blooms between John and Stephanie, the dress shop assistant until the arrival of John's old girlfriend Sophie who causes alot of problems for everyone.

      Songs include "Lovely to Look At", "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "Touch of Your Hand", "Let's Begin", "Yesterdays", "I Won't Dance" and "You're Devastating".

    • Bob Hope's Pink Panther Thanksgiving Gala
      Bob Hope and guests Julie Andrews, Willie Nelson, Dudley Moore, Dean Martin, Bernadette Peters, Robert Preston and Robert Wagner spoof the Pink Panther movies.
    • October 14, 1951
      October 14, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are Dinah Shore, Jerry Colonna and Jack Dempsey. Also appearing are announcer Hy Averback and Les Brown and his Band of Reknown.

    • May 11, 1954
      May 11, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 8

      Bob Hope's guests are Dorothy Lamour, Edmond O'Brien, Sheldon Leonard and Verna Felton. Also appearing announcer Hy Averback and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • Bob Hope's All-Star Comedy Special From Australia
      From Australia, Bob Hope's guests are Florence Henderson, Charo, Barbara Eden, Mary Anne Davidson, The Four Kinsmen, Australian singing sensation Kamahl, and Miss Australia Gloria Krope.
    • January 9, 1955
      January 9, 1955
      Season 5 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope and his gang, William Holden, Anita Ekberg, Robert Strauss, Hedda Hopper, Margaret Whiting and the Nick Castle Dancers travel to Greenland to entertain the troops with a comedy and musical revue. Highlights: Bob Hope does his usual comic monologue about life in the military. William Holden and Robert Strauss join Bob in a Stalag 17 parody. Anita Ekberg is on hand for the soldiers. Margaret Whiting sings "We're Having a Heat Wave", and cracks up in a routine with Bob.

    • April 21, 1976
      April 21, 1976
      Season 26 - Episode 4

      Texaco Presents The Bob Hope Olympic Benefit. From Montreal, Canada the host city of the 1976 Summer Olympics. Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby, Freddie Prinze, Shirley Jones, Lynn Anderson, Jesse Owens, French singer Renee Simard and Olympic skier Kathy Kreiner. With Les Brown and his Band of Renown.

    • December 18, 1969
      December 18, 1969
      Season 20 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Andy Williams, Elke Sommer, Anthony Newley and the Look All-America Football Team for an hour of entertainment. Bing Crosby and Dean Martin make cameo appearances. All-Americans appearing are Jack Tatum, Walker Gillette and Steve Owens.

      Anthony Newley teams with Bob for a "Midnight Cowboy" spoof.
      Andy Williams appears as Dr. Sigmund Fruit trying to get Elke Sommer to appear on his show.
      Elke also appears as Mrs. Santa Claus unhappy about being left alone on Christmas.
      Bing Crosby returns Hope's earlier favor by appearing in this skit.
      Andy Williams sings "I Believe".
      Anthony Newley sings "There's No Such Thing as Love".

    • Bob Hope's Young Comedians Making America Laugh
      Dave Thomas and Crystal Bernard join Bob Hope in introducing TV viewers to a new generation of fresh and innovative comics: Henry Cho, Dana Gould, Susie Loucks, Gregg Rodell, Susan Norfleet, and Anthony Griffith.
    • Bob Hope's Road to Hollywood
      Bob Hope's Road to Hollywood
      Season 33 - Episode 5
      A nostalgic look back at Bob Hope's "Road To Hollywood", guests include Lucille Ball, Dorothy Lamour, George Burns, Martha Raye, Rosemary Clooney, Martha Hyer, Virginia Mayo, Janis Paige, Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, Dina Merrill and Jill St. John.
    • Happy 75th Birthday Bob Hope
      Happy 75th Birthday Bob Hope
      Season 28 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope celebrates his 75th Birthday at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. with guests Lucille Ball, John Wayne, Red Skelton, Dorothy Lamour, George Burns, Ann-Margret, David Soul, George C. Scott, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, Jim Henson (Kermit the Frog), Frank Oz (Miss Piggy), Redd Foxx, Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Orlando, Elizabeth Taylor, Kathryn Crosby, Lynn Anderson, Fred Travalena, Bert Convy, Pearl Bailey, Elliott Gould, Carol Lawrence, Fred MacMurray, Don Rickles, Alan King, Peter Isacksen, Charles Nelson Reilly, Shields & Yarnell, KC and the Sunshine Band and Bob's wife Dolores Hope.moreless
    • December 4, 1962
      December 4, 1962
      Season 13 - Episode 3
      The Jack Benny Hour is host to the Bob Hope Show. Included in the fun are Jesse White, Duke Johnson, Maurice McEndree and the Sportsmen Quartet.
    • Bob Hope's Yellow Ribbon Party
      Bob Hope's Yellow Ribbon Party
      Season 41 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope opens his Palm Springs home to the Marines triumphantly returned from Desert Storm for a Yellow Ribbon Party. Also joining Bob are Clint Black, Patti LaBelle, Delta Burke, Gerald McRaney, Clint Holmes, Ann Jillian, Marie Osmond, Jimmy Stewart, Ed McMahon, Brooke Shields and Dolores Hope.
    • May 14, 1979
      May 14, 1979
      Season 29 - Episode 6
      A salute to the 1920's and 1930's in music and comedy. Bob Hope's guests are Richard Burton, Raquel Welch, Susan George, Leslie Uggams and Leif Garrett.
    • March 2, 1979
      March 2, 1979
      Season 29 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope presents the American Youth Awards. The awards honor athletic skills in eight sports, an outstanding heroic deed, a triumph over a personal handicap, academic achievement and a contribution to entertainment. Bob Hope's guests are Dinah Shore, Ron Howard and tennis star Chris Evert.

    • Bob Hope's Cross Country Christmas Special
      From Colorado Springs and Nashville joining Bob for his Christmas Special are Macaulay Culkin, Reba McEntire, Dolores Hope, Miss America Suzanne Sapp, the Rose Queen, and the AP All America Football Team with future NFL stars Terrell Buckley, Dale Carter, Marshall Faulk, and Desmond Howard.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Christmas Show
      Bob Hope's All-Star Christmas Show
      Season 29 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's Christmas Special with guests Andy Gibb, Dionne Warwicke, Red Skelton, Dolores Hope, the Rose Queen and her Court and the AP All America Football Team.
    • Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories
      From his Los Angeles home, Bob Hope and his wife Dolores relive some fond Christmas memories from the past and make some new ones in the present. Bob's guests include The Judds, Wynonna & Naomi, Joey Lawrence, Barbara Eden, Loni Anderson, Ed Marinaro, Lynn Swann, the Rose Queen and the AP All-America Football Team with future NFL stars Marshall Faulk, Charlie Ward and Antonio Langham. Included in the Archive footage are: John Wayne, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Bing Crosby, Shirley Jones, Redd Foxx, Joan Van Ark, Red Skelton, Loretta Swit, Phil Silvers, Brooke Shields, Dolly Parton, Lee Marvin, Gale Storm, Marie Osmond, Dyan Cannon, Macaulay Culkin, Dixie Carter, Kathryn Crosby, Phyllis Diller, Emmanuel Lewis, Reba McEntire, Gloria Loring, Donna Mills, Olivia Newton-John and Phylicia Rashad.moreless
    • Bob Hope Presents the Ladies of Laughter
      Bob Hope is joined by funny ladies Margaret Cho, Kathleen Madigan, Wendy Liebman, Carol Siskind, Anita Wise, Crystal Bernard, Phyllis Diller and Rue McClanahan.
    • The Bob Hope Special From Palm Springs
      Bob Hope's guests are Andy Williams, Telly Savalas, Raquel Welch, Phyllis Diller, Glen Campbell and Flip Wilson.
    • 60 Years With Bob Hope
      60 Years With Bob Hope
      Season 41 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope is joined by Danny Thomas, George Burns, Milton Berle, Frances Langford, Gloria Loring and Henry Kissinger with a fond look back at his eight decades in show business.
    • The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      Season 33 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests for his Christmas Special are Loni Anderson, Mac Davis, Phyllis Diller and the Rose Queen and her Court. Also the AP All America Football Team with future NFLers Anthony Carter, Eric Dickerson, Herschel Walker, John Elway, and Wilbur Marshall.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Super Bowl Party
      Bob Hope's guests on the eve of the Superbowl are Donna Mills, Diahann Carroll, Don Rickles, Miss America Susan Akin and NFL stars Russ Bollinger, Russ Francis, Mike Haynes, Howie Long, Tony Eason, and Jim McMahon.
    • Bob Hope's Royal Command Performance From Sweden
      From Stockholm, Sweden, Bob Hope's guests are Dolph Lundgren, Liv Ullmann, Glen Campbell, Scott Grimes, Shirley Jones, Emmanuel Lewis, Omar Sharif, Yvonne Ryding and Boy George & Culture Club.
    • Bob Hope Laughs with the Movie Awards
      Bob Hope's guests are Lee Marvin, George Burns, Ann Jillian and Pat Boone.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Super Bowl Party
      From Pasadena, California on the eve of the NFL's Superbowl, Bob Hope's guests are Merlin Olsen, Ann Jillian, Lola Falana, Audrey Landers, Don Rickles, Dwight Clark, Randy Gradishar, Dan Hampton, Ted Hendricks, John Jefferson, Steve Largent, Anthony Munoz, Ozzie Newsome, Lawrence Taylor, Doug Wilkerson and Miss America Debra Sue Maffett.
    • Who Makes the World Laugh? Part 1
      Who Makes the World Laugh? Part 1
      Season 33 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope and guests Jonathan Winters, Erma Bombeck, Art Buchwald and Skip Stephenson take a memorable moments at things and the people that make us laugh. Shown in clips are Robert Benchley, Jack Benny, Milton Berle, George Burns, George Carlin, Jimmy Durante, Jackie Gleason, Robert Klein, Steve Martin, Eddie Murphy, Mike Nichols & Elaine May, Bob Newhart, Richard Pryor, Will Rogers, Mark Russell, Red Skelton and Mark Twain.moreless
    • The Bob Hope Christmas Show
      The Bob Hope Christmas Show
      Season 36 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope is joined by Raquel Welch, Emmanuel Lewis, Brooke Shields, Barbara Eden, William (The Refrigerator) Perry and the 1985 AP All America Football Team for a Christmastime music and comedy. Also appearing are Brian Bosworth and Bo Jackson.
    • Bob Hope's Merry Christmas Show
      Bob Hope's Merry Christmas Show
      Season 34 - Episode 3
      Joining Bob Hope for his annual Christmas Special are Catherine Bach, John Forsythe, Brooke Shields, the Rose Queen & her Court and the 1983 AP All America Football Team with future NFL heroes Steve Young, Bo Jackson, Wilbur Marshall, Reggie White, William "Refrigerator" Perry, Carl Banks, and Irving Fryar.
    • Bob Hope's Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars
      An hour Bob Hope bloopers, out-takes, and ad libs from Bob's four decades of TV specials. Archive footage of guests Elizabeth Taylor, Angie Dickinson, Lee Marvin, Milton Berle, Lucille Ball, George Burns, Tony Danza, Phyllis Diller, Dean Martin, Fred MacMurray, Brooke Shields, Red Skelton, Jack Benny and Bing Crosby.
    • It's a Ho Ho Hope's Jolly Christmas Hour
      Bob Hope's guests for his annual Christmas special are Brooke Shields, Mary Lou Retton, Shirley Jones, Joey Lawrence, the Rose Queen & her Court and the 1984 AP All America Football Team with future NFLers Bruce Smith and Doug Flutie.
    • Bob Hope Lampoons Television
      Bob Hope Lampoons Television
      Season 35 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Donna Mills, Hal Linden, Morgan Fairchild, George Burns, Elvira and Mr. T.
    • Bob Hope's Bagful of Christmas Cheer
      Bob Hope's guests for his annual Christmas Special are Crystal Gayle, Brooke Shields, Donna Mills and the Osmond Brothers Second Generation, the Rose Queen & Court, and the AP All America Football Team. Also NFL stars Cornelius Bennett, Brian Bosworth, Rod Woodson, Tim Brown, Chris Carter and Vinny Testaverde.
    • The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      Season 32 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's Christmas Special with guests Brooke Shields, Andy Williams, Loni Anderson, Phyllis Diller, the Rose Queen & Court and the AP All America Football Team, with future NFL stars Anthony Carter, Jim McMahon, Herschel Walker, Marcus Allen, Gary Anderson, and Andre Tippett.
    • Bob Hope's Stand Up and Cheer For the National Football League's 60th Year
      Bob Hope pays homage to the National Football League on its 60th year of successful operation. Joining in for the celebration are guests Elizabeth Taylor, Olivia Newton-John, Susan Anton, Michael Conrad, Howard Cosell, George Gobel, Don Knotts, Barbara Mandrell, Betty White, Weeb Eubank, George Blanda, Dick Butkus, Rosie Grier, Bob Lilly, Joe Namath, O.J. Simpson, Roger Staubach, Garo Yepremian, George Allen and Hank Stram.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours Retrospective: Part II
      The conclusion of highlights of Bob's Overseas USO tours.
    • Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours Retrospective: Part I
      The first three-hour installment of Bob's retrospective look at his years of entertaining troops from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and beyond. Every star who made the journey with him, every camp, swamp, jungle, and mud puddle is represented in this extraordinary compilation of film excerpts from the entertainer's tireless devotion to bring entertainment to service personnel around the globe.moreless
    • Bob Hope's Christmas Special from Waikoloa, Hawaii
      From Hawaii, Bob Hope's guests are Naomi and Wynonna Judd, Barbara Eden, Andre Ware, Yasmine Delewari the Rose Queen and the AP All America Football Team. Highlights: The Judds sing "Winter Wonderland" and "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem". Barbara Eden and Bob Hope duet with "Silver Bells". Comedy spoof of the movie "Steel Magnolias" called Steel Petunias with Bob dressing in drag as the Dolly Parton character Miss Trudy. A segment called "Christmas Memories" featuring film clips of friends who have shared Christmas over the years. Including a segment with the late John Wayne from the 1976 Christmas Special.moreless
    • Ole! It's Bob Hope's Spring Fling of Comedy And Music From Mexico
      From Acapulco, Mexico, Bob Hope's guests are Clint Black, Kirk Cameron, Phyllis Diller and Ann Jillian.
    • Ooh-La-La ... It's Bob Hope's Birthday Spectacular From Paris
      From Paris, France, Bob Hope's guests are Audrey Hepburn, Hubert DeGivenchy, Patrick Kelly, Randy Travis, Melissa Manchester, Bea Arthur, Sid Caesar, John Forsythe, Linda Evans, Ann Jillian, Louis Jourdan, Brooke Shields, Dolores Hope and The Gypsy Kings. A birthday salute to Bob Hope on his eighty-sixth birthday in Paris for the City of Light's celebration of the two-hundredth anniversary of the beginning of the French Revolution.moreless
    • The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      The Bob Hope Christmas Special
      Season 31 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guest for his Christmas special are Loretta Swit, Loni Anderson, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers Band, the Rose Queen & Court and the AP All America Football Team.
    • Stand By For Him - The Hope Funny News Network
      Bob Hope's guests are Phyllis Diller, Brooke Shields, Morgan Fairchild, Tony Randall, Yakov Smirnoff and Ted Turner.
    • Bob Hope Presents a Celebration With Stars of Comedy and Music
      From Grand Rapids, Michigan, Bob Hope welcomes guests Tony Orlando, Pearl Bailey, Debby Boone, Foster Brooks, Glen Campbell, Sammy Davis Jr., Gordon MacRae, Mark Russell, Danny Thomas, Margaret Truman, Walter Annenberg, George Bush Sr., Alexander Haig, Henry Kissinger, Thomas "Tip" O'Neill, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Caspar Weinberger, Pierre Trudeau and President and Mrs. Gerald Ford for the dedication of The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.moreless
    • Bob Hope With His Easter Bunnies & Other Friends
      Bob Hope's guests are Vanna White, Stepfanie Kramer, Lynda Carter, and Gloria Loring for an Easter Special also making cameo appearances are Jack Carter and Scott Grimes.
    • Bob Hope's All-Star Comedy Look at the Fall Season: It's Still Free and Worth It!
      Bob Hope's guests are Linda Evans, Cheryl Tiegs, Loni Anderson, Cathy Lee Crosby, Barbara Eden, Bruce Jenner and Merlin Olsen.
    • Bob Hope's Who Makes the World Laugh? -- Part 2
      Bob Hope is joined by Lucille Ball, George Burns, Paul Rodriguez and Mickey Rooney for a fond look at the talented and funny men and women who make us laugh.
    • America's Tribute To Bob Hope
      America's Tribute To Bob Hope
      Season 38 - Episode 4
      Special Bob Hope tribute with Ronald Reagan, Lucille Ball, Johnny Carson and George Burns.
    • December 13, 1976
      December 13, 1976
      Season 27 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are John Wayne, Kate Jackson, Neil Sedaka, Dyan Cannon, Lola Falana and Miss America, Dorothy Kathleen Benham, Miss Teenage America, Rebecca Ann Reid, the Tournament of Roses Queen. And the 1976 AP All America Football Team with future NFLers Dennis Thurman, Tommy Kramer, Ricky Bell, and Tony Dorsett.

      A chat with John Wayne at a "bull sale" in Casa Grande, Arizona.
      Neil Sedaka sings a medley of his hits.
      Spoofs of "Charlie's Angels" in "Santa's Angels".
      Bob plays Funzie in a spoof of "Happy Days".

    • November 21, 1958
      November 21, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Gloria Swanson, Wally Cox, Betty Grable, Jon Arnett and Randy Sparks. Also the Hollywood Deb Stars of 1958 which include future stars Jill St. John, Kathy Nolan and Tuesday Weld.

      The sketches include one on an atomic sub; one about two movie stars (Hope and Grable) with Cox their son who's been away at school for 20 years.
      Betty Grable sings and dances to "Sitting On Top of the World".
      Bob and Wally also act as bench warmers in a funny sketch with pro football halfback Jon Arnett.
      Hope's protege Randy Sparks sings his own "Ball and Chain".

    • January 16, 1959
      January 16, 1959
      Season 9 - Episode 4
      USO Xmas European Bases Show. From the Azores; Port Lioti, Africa; Marone and Madrid in Spain; Barona, Bajensa, and aboard the USS Forrestal at Naples, Italy; Frankfurt, and Tempelhof in West Berlin, Germany; Prestwick, Scotland; Keflavik, Iceland; and Goose Bay, Labrador. Bob Hope along with guests Gina Lollobrigida, Molly Bee, Elaine Dunn, Randy Sparks, Hedda Hopper, and Jerry Colonna entertain service personnel stationed abroad. Highlights: Gina sings "Non Dimenticar".moreless
    • April 15, 1959
      April 15, 1959
      Season 9 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Ginger Rogers, Jerry Colonna, Dodie Stevens and a cameo appearance by Milton Berle. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Ginger Rogers performs a dance number assisted by Dante DaPaolo and appears in a sketch with Bob. In the sketch Bob Hope is a beatnik who is waiting at the hospital for his wife (Ginger) to give birth to a baby. Dodie Stevens, a 13-year-old singer sings her recorded version of "Pink Shoelaces". Zany Jerry Colonna turns up as the leader of the Swinging Kings, a Dixieland Band.moreless
    • May 15, 1959
      May 15, 1959
      Season 9 - Episode 8
      Bob Hope's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Wendell Corey and Joan Collins. With David Rose and His Orchestra. Highlights: Bob has a golf skit with caddie Joan Bradshaw and golfer Sam Snead as they show-off their golf swings for the female caddies. Bob tries to outdo Noel Coward in a sketch with Joan about the perils of playing in summer stock. Rosemary sings "I Can't Get Started With You" and "Ain't A Hankerin'".moreless
    • March 2, 1958
      March 2, 1958
      Season 8 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby, Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner and Anita Ekberg.
    • November 24, 1957
      November 24, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope's guests are Rhonda Fleming, Danny Thomas, Sheree North, Jimmy Durante and Francis X. Bushman. A cameo appearance by Joan Caulfield. Also the Hollywood Deb Stars of 1957, Ruta Lee appears in the Deb Stars segment.
    • December 27, 1955
      December 27, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      USO Xmas Iceland Show Bob Hope's guests are actor James Mason, pinup queen Betty Grable and strongwoman Joan Rhodes. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
    • February 7, 1956
      February 7, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      From London, England, Bob Hope's guests include Fernandel, Diana Dors, Yana, Nanci Crompton, Zena Marshall and the Ted Heath Orchestra. Also performing are the Nick Castle Dancers. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
    • February 28, 1956
      February 28, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      From England, Bob Hope's guests include French chanteuse Line Renaud, actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., British comedian Tommy Trinder and The Bernard Brothers. Highlights: Fairbanks joins Hope in a satire on British commercials. Line Renaud and Bob are caught smuggling California wine into Paris. Tommy Trinder presents his version of "A Night at the Palladium". The Bernard Brothers perform an excerpt from their act at Pigalle in Paris. Bob Hope presents six lovely ladies in costume representing their respective countries: Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Scotland and Sweden.moreless
    • March 20, 1956
      March 20, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Greer Garson, Hedda Hopper, Vivian Blaine and Dick Foran .
    • October 8, 1959
      October 8, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are Dean Martin, Natalie Wood, The Crosby Brothers and David Rose and his Orchestra. Highlights: Bob starts right out with his monologue and Khrushchev is included in those one-liners of his. The three Crosby boys snap to "Mack The Knife," and hoke it up with Hope in a sketch playing old men to Bob's everlasting youth. Dean Martin raises his eyebrows to "Evening in Roma," and makes love to Natalie Wood in a gondolier bit. There's also a gangster takeoff with Hope as a hood and the Crosby boys his henchmen.

    • November 9, 1959
      November 9, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope's guests are Patti Page, James Darren, Zsa Zsa Gabor, May Britt and the Hollywood Deb Stars of 1959 with Deb Star Yvette Mimieux. Also Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Patti Page sings "Goodbye Charlie" and "Small World". Bob Hope and James Darren predict the top tunes of 1980 in a song-skit. Patti and Bob perform "I Never Met a Singer - Any Singer Who Didn't Think He Could Dance". Shifting the scene to Japan, the romantic Bob and exotic Patti Page promise to evoke chuckles while May Britt prepares for her role as a sultry temptess in a spoof of "Twilight Zone". Zsa Zsa introduces the Hollywood Deb Stars - and Hope introduces her as their den mother.moreless
    • November 29, 1962
      November 29, 1962
      Season 13 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Bobby Darin and Ethel Merman. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob and Jack do a take-off of "Bird Man of Alcatraz" called "Bird Brain of Alcatraz".
      A riverboat gambling skit with Ethel, Jack (playing the fiddle) and Bobby play card sharps out to fleece a gullible Hope.
      Ethel Merman sings "This Is It".
      Bobby Darin sings "All of Me".

    • October 25, 1963
      October 25, 1963
      Season 14 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Andy Griffith, Martha Raye, Jane Russell, Connie Haines, Beryl Davis and the Los Angeles Dodger stars Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Tommy Davis.

      Bob pokes fun at Valachi ("He's the star of I've Got a Secret") and Madae Nhu ("She's South Vietnam's answer to Zsa Zsa Gabor").
      Jane Russell, Beryl Davis and Connie Haines perform a nightclub act.
      Sketches with Martha Raye playing a Madame Poo who's just returned from a world trip.
      Andy Griffith as a lovable sheriff toying with Hope.
      Dodgers Sandy Koufax, Tommy Davis and Don Drysdale singing "We're In the Money".

    • April 17, 1964
      April 17, 1964
      Season 14 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Tony Randall, Martha Raye and Jack Jones. Highlights: Martha and Bob team up for a spoof of the movie Tom Jones, and Tony and Jack join in to present a new act, The Japanese Beatles. In the awards portion, TV Guide publisher James T. Quirk and Bob make the presentations in Hollywood.moreless
    • January 15, 1965
      January 15, 1965
      Season 15 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's annual tour overseas: this time he hits Southeast Asia: Korea, Guam, the Philippines, Okinawa and Vietnam. Bob's guests are Jill St. John, Janis Paige, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant, Peter Leeds, Vauudevillian John Bubbles and Ann Sidney (Miss World/Misss Australia).

      Jill St. John twisting "The Swim" with eager GI's from the audience.
      Janis Paige performs a dance number of "The Best is Yet to Come".
      Anita Bryant sings "Hello, Dolly!".
      Anna Maria Alberghetti rendering a medley from "Carnival".
      Ann Sidney (Miss World 1964) joins Bob in a duet of "Oh, You Beautiful Doll".
      Comedy bits by Jerry Colonna, John Bubbles and Peter Leeds.
      Glimpses of the party the King and Queen of Thailand threw for the cast.

    • October 24, 1962
      October 24, 1962
      Season 13 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Bing Crosby, Juliet Prowse and with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bing Crosby sings "I Can't Begin to Tell You" and duets a "road" song with Hope.
      "Bonanza" take-off with Bing as Ben Cartwright and Bob as all three sons.
      Lucille Ball plays a district attorney, turns up dealing with Bob in a gangster sketch, this is the show where Bob slides his hands down Lucille Ball's dress.
      Juliet Prowse dances to "Twelfth Street Rag".

    • April 25, 1962
      April 25, 1962
      Season 12 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Janis Paige, Dorothy Lamour and Frank Sinatra. Highlights: Bob opens up with a barrage of quips on income taxes, the aftermath of the Academy Awards, Liz Taylor and the Kennedys. There's a long standup routine with Bob and Frank Sinatra. Frank and Bob duet with "Small Fry". Frank solos with "Goody, Goody". Janis Paige dances. Dorothy Lamour reminisces with Bob about those old road movies they made with Crosby and show clips of the old films. In addition Bob includes a tape of a dog skit done years ago called "This Is Your Life, Lassie".moreless
    • October 3, 1960
      October 3, 1960
      Season 11 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Joan Crawford, Bobby Darin and Patti Page. Highlights: Bobby Darin sings "Artificial Flowers" and "Lazy River". Patti Page & Bobby Darin duet on "Two Different Worlds". Bobby does a medley with Bob of "Thanks for the Memories", "Mack the Knife" and "Two Sleepy People". Bob, Patti and Bobby perform a sketch of a waterfront Hong Kong nightclub.moreless
    • September 27, 1963
      September 27, 1963
      Season 14 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope Comedy Special with guests Barbra Streisand, Tuesday Weld, Dean Martin and James Garner join Bob for an hour of music and comedy. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Barbra sings "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home" and "Gotta Move" and then joins Bob Hope in a sketch.moreless
    • April 12, 1961
      April 12, 1961
      Season 11 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are James Darren, Phil Harris and Patti Page. With the David Rose Orchestra. Highlights: Bob and Patti portray a giddy couple with their own "Population Explosion", 16 offspring. Patti, Bob and Phil join in "The Last Angry Husband", a satire in which the eternal triangle is bent out of shape. Patti Page sings "Dondi" and "Darktown Strutters Ball". Bob and Phil perform "Hey, Look Me Over". James Darren performs "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" and "Wild About that Gal".moreless
    • December 13, 1961
      December 13, 1961
      Season 12 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are Danny Thomas, James Garner and Nancy Kwan. Also the 1961 Hollywood Deb Stars as well as the 1961 Look All-America Football Team. With Gary Collins, Lance Alworth, John Hadl and Roman Gabriel.

      Bob kids a few shows like "The Hustler" as he plays Rig Fats, a pool player with actor James Garner. Danny Thomas joins Hope in a takeoff on "Target: Corruptors," and Nancy Kwan helps Bob turning up as movie star Linda Cleavage. Also, a few gags about the traveling chimp.

    • October 4, 1955
      October 4, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      Bob Hope's guests are Jane Russell, Wally Cox, Janis Paige and Roy Rogers. Also the Hollywood Deb Stars for 1955. Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
    • March 1, 1955
      March 1, 1955
      Season 5 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are David Niven, Vivian Blaine, Quintetto Allegro and the Louis DaPron Dancers. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • December 21, 1950
      December 21, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 6

      From New York, Bob is joined by Robert Cummings, Lily Pons, Robert Maxwell, Betty Bruce, NYC Mayor Impelleterri, and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt for an hour of music and comedy. Highlights: Hope and Cummings play department store Santas all meeting together on a subway train. Carols sung by a boys' choir rounds out the hour.

    • April 8, 1951
      April 8, 1951
      Season 1 - Episode 10

      From New York. Bob is joined by Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Janis Paige, Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson, Arthur Treacher, and in cameo appearances Ken Murray, Ed Wynn, Tex & Jinx Falkenberg, Toots Shor, Faye Emerson, Imogene Coca & Sid Caesar, Eddie Cantor, Jimmy Durante, and Frank Sinatra for an hour of music and comedy.

    • April 7, 1957
      April 7, 1957
      Season 7 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are Frank Sinatra, 18-year-old Natalie Wood, Janis Paige, also appearing are Jack Kerwood, Peter Leeds, Eleanor Audley and Charley Cooley. The Les Brown conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Hope & Sinatra play benched minor league ball players. Hope & Paige masquerade as millionaires. Frank Sinatra sings "The Lady is a Tramp".

    • March 10, 1957
      March 10, 1957
      Season 7 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope's guests are Wally Cox, Rosemary Clooney and Lana Turner. Gordon Jenkins conducts the Orchestra. Highlights: Bob plays agent Fabian Connover who is searching for talent, while Wally Cox plays a yodeler, Melvin Pretzel looking for an agent. Lana Turner plays a woman who marries for the second time believing her first husband is dead. Both Lana and her second husband Wally Cox are disagreeably surprised when first husband Bob Hope shows up, very much alive. Wally Cox spoofs Elvis with a vibrating Adam's Apple which is banned from TV for being too suggestive. Rosemary sings "Magoes" and "Wringle Wrangle". Bob and Lana perform a dance number to "Will You Still Be Mine?" Rosemary & Bob duet on "Ain't A-Hankerin'". Bob salutes the Seabees stationed at Port Hueneme California and will receives an award from the Seabees.moreless
    • September 21, 1950
      September 21, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests include best friend Bing Crosby, Doris Day and the Les Brown Orchestra conducts.
    • November 15, 1955
      November 15, 1955
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope welcomes Betty Hutton and Jeanne Crain to the show. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob repeats last year's filmed sketch of "This Is Your Life, Lassie". He salutes the well-known canine star by inviting several other dog stars to take part in the tribute.moreless
    • October 22, 1960
      October 22, 1960
      Season 11 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope Buick Special: Potomac Madness. Bob's guests are Ginger Rogers, Perry Como, Herb Vigran, Lisa Davis, Peter Leeds, J. Edward McKinley, Charlie Lung, Eddie Marr, Stephen Chase, Lyle Moraine, Milton Frome and Frank Barton. With David Rose And His Orchestra. Highlights: An original political farce with music. Bob Hope, Ginger Rogers and Perry Como star in this political satire about an unscrupulous Washington hostess whose hobby is putting people into positions of political power.moreless
    • June 17, 1956
      June 17, 1956
      Season 6 - Episode 9

      Bob with George Sanders and Steve Allen surrounded by beauties Dorothy Lamour, Jane Russell, Betty Grable and Marilyn Maxwell.

      Steve Allen conducts the tour that goes into a story conference, into dressing rooms, backstage, on the set and finally right off the cutting room floor.
      Latter comes when a film clip is shown that never got into the movie "That Certain Feeling".

    • September 25, 1964
      September 25, 1964
      Season 15 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests for his 15th Season opener are Dean Martin, Jack Benny, Milton Berle and Phyllis Diller.

      Dean Martin performs "Everybody Loves Somebody".
      Phyllis and Bob do a slapstick sketch on TV monster shows, Bob portrays The Bat, an out-of-work ghoul constantly at war with his prickly tongued wife Cynthia Witch (Phyllis) and The Atomic Chicken, a successful TV boogeyman (Milton).
      Jack Benny and Phyllis perform a skit of a couple seeing a marriage counselor played by Bob.
      Milton and Bob crack political jokes right and left.

    • January 25, 1957
      January 25, 1957
      Season 7 - Episode 4
      Bob Hoope's guests include singer Eddie Fisher, Betty Grable, her husband Harry James and the comedy team of (Dan) Rowan and (Dick) Martin. Also recurring Marilyn Maxwell. Highlights: Tab Hope (Bob) sells his soul to the devil (James) to become the newest movie star.
    • November 26, 1950
      November 26, 1950
      Season 1 - Episode 5

      From New York, Bob Hope welcomes guests Marilyn Maxwell, Jimmy Wakely, Judy Kelly, the magnificent dance duo The Hi-Hatters, and The Taylor Maids for an hour of music and comedy.


    • March 20, 1951
      March 20, 1951
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      Bob Hope welcomes guests Marilyn Maxwell and Jack Kirkwood to the show. Les Brown conducts the band and Hy Averback is the announcer. Highlights: Marilyn sings "A Penny A Kiss".
    • February 16, 1954
      February 16, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope's guests are Nelson Eddy, Gloria DeHaven and Jerry Colonna.
    • April 13, 1954
      April 13, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 7

      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny and Rosemary Clooney. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • December 7, 1954
      December 7, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 2

      From London, his first TV special broadcast from the land of his birth 51 years prior. Bob Hope's guests are Maurice Chevalier with his TV debut, comedienne Beatrice Lillie, French ballerina Liane Dayde, South African born actress Moira Lister, English film and stage actor Jerry Desmonde, 17-year-old actress Shirley Eaton, English beauty queen Doreen Dawne and the Cologne Male Voice Choir.

    • February 1, 1955
      February 1, 1955
      Season 5 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Shirley MacLaine, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Trigger and The Sons of the Pioneers, French songstress Line Renaud and the Nick Castle Dancers. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • June 14, 1953
      June 14, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 9

      Bob Hope's guests are Rosemary Clooney, Frankie Laine, Randy Merriman and Bess Myerson. Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: In his stand-up, Bob entertains sailors on board ship with his topical one-liners. He also takes part in a sketch that parodies murder/mysteries. Frankie Laine sings "Your Cheatin' Heart". Rosemary Clooney sings "Honey". And Bob works in a plug for his new movie, Here Come the Girls starring Rosemary Clooney, Arlene Dahl and Tony Martin.

    • March 18, 1952
      March 18, 1952
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests are Arlene Dahl and Lex Barker.
    • December 2, 1951
      December 2, 1951
      Season 2 - Episode 2

      From Hollywood, Bob Hope is joined by Bob Crosby, Eddie Bracken, Weber & Fields, The Skylarks, The Rio Brothers, Toni Arden, and Frank Faylen. This musical comedy hour salutes the American Guild of Variety Artists.

    • March 29, 1953
      March 29, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope welcomes songstress/actress Rosemary Clooney and dancer/singer/actor Mickey Rooney for an hour of comedy and music. Also appearing The Bell Sisters and Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • November 17, 1953
      November 17, 1953
      Season 4 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Fred MacMurray, actress Arlene Dahl (canceled at the last minute) and Janis Paige. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Fred, Janis and Bob do a sketch making fun of TV commercials. Bob played a club-footed college football player in a sketch. Bob and Janis sang a duet. Bob and Fred reminsce about their start 20 years ago.

    • October 12, 1954
      October 12, 1954
      Season 5 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope's guests are David Niven, Rosemary Clooney and Jose Greco & his dance troupe. Also a remote from the U.S. Olympic Committee Dinner in New York. Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • February 12, 1965
      February 12, 1965
      Season 15 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Carroll Baker, Johnny Carson, Frankie Avalon, Louis Prima, Jack Jones, Gia Malone, Sam Butera and The Witnesses.

      Bob Hope interviews Johnny Carson who's playing a celebrity all decked out in a spotted leopard coat.
      A take-off on "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." with sexy Carroll Baker.
      Jack Jones sings and twists with Bob.
      The Louis Prima group performs "That Old Black Magic".

    • April 16, 1965
      April 16, 1965
      Season 15 - Episode 7

      Bob Hope's guests are Gina Lollobrigida, Frankie Avalon, Pete Fountain and Nancy Wilson.

      Gina Lollobrigida sings "Quando, Quando".
      Bob and Gina do an Italian takeoff of "My Fair Lady".
      Frankie Avalon sings and plays the role of a bum with Bob.
      Nancy Wilson sings "Who Can I Turn To".
      Pete Fountain performs "Georgia on My Mind".

    • October 20, 1965
      October 20, 1965
      Season 16 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are James Garner, Carol Lawrence, Phyllis Diller and the We Five.

      James Garner as a sharecropper trying to get federal aid in a skit with Bob as the target of a Senator Blohard's war on poverty.
      Bob and Phyllis are slightly mad in "The Accumulator" a takeoff on the movie "The Collector".
      Carol Lawrence does a big rhythm dance number and joins Bob in a two-part college campus skit involving unkempt protest students.
      The We Five perform.

    • December 7, 1970
      December 7, 1970
      Season 21 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Dorothy Lamour, Elke Sommer and Engelbert Humperdinck. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Jack Benny scores in the evening's top sketch, playing Hope's neighbor, and conning Bob out of car, house, wine cellar and tuxedo as Ski Nose leaves for Vietnam.
      Benny also plays Elke Sommer's fiance in "Three for Breakfast", in which husband Hope suddenly turns up after a seven-year absence.
      Dorothy Lamour turns up as Mrs. Santa Claus, ready to make her first Christmas trip and butler Hope waits on an impoverished Engelbert Humperdinck in the family castle.

    • February 15, 1971
      February 15, 1971
      Season 21 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope's guests are Bing Crosby, Petula Clark, Jo Anne Worley and Teresa Graves. Highlights: Petula sings "The Song Of My Life". Bob and Petula duet on "Tea For Two".
    • April 5, 1971
      April 5, 1971
      Season 21 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are Lee Marvin, Shirley Jones, Wally Cox, Sammy Davis Jr. and Joe Frazier. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob Hope flies to Philadelphia to trade quips with World Heavyweight champ Joe Frazier. Joe jabs back with a few gags, the best one about Muhammad Ali going down, and then sings "My Way".
      Hope and Marvin play pilots for a chintsy airline.
      Bob is seen as an aging child star in a "Lassie" spoof with Shirley Jones and Wally Cox.
      Bob invades Sammy Davis Jr.'s nightclub dressing room in the hour's top spot, to invite him on the show and faces a mad house.
      Sammy Davis Jr. performs "Me and My Shadow" and a rousing performance with "Vehicle".
      Shirley Jones sings "Theme From Love Story".

    • November 7, 1971
      November 7, 1971
      Season 22 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Jack Benny, Debbie Reynolds, John Wayne and The Osmond Brothers. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob, as a liberal youngster has John Wayne playing his Sheriff Dad in an "All in the Family" takeoff.
      In another skit Bob becomes a college freshman with an eye on coed Debbie Reynolds and college senior Jack Benny.
      Still other segments find Bob playing the U.S. envoy to China in a sketch called "Our Man in Pepking" with the Osmond Brothers.
      A spoof on the movie "Carnal Knowledge".
      Debbie Reynolds sings and dances to "Forget Your Troubles".
      The Osmond Brothers sing "Down By the Lazy River" and "I Want a Girl, Just Like the Girl, That Married Dear Old Dad" with Bob.

    • November 16, 1970
      November 16, 1970
      Season 21 - Episode 2
      Bringing Back Vaudeville. Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Danny Thomas, George Burns, Tom Jones and Lisa Miller. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob plays a comic heckled by Danny and a hypnotist who takes Lucy out of the audience to be his stooge. George does a Burns-and-Allen routine with his young protege Lisa Miller. Bob, Lucy and Danny play small fry auditioning for Gus Edwards' "School Days" a vaudeville classic. Tom Jones sings "Cabaret" and "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" Danny sings "It All Depends on You". Bob and Tom duet on "You Gotta Have Heart", "Love Is Just Around the Corner", "Don't Give Up the Ship" and "We Joined the Navy to See the World".moreless
    • March 18, 1970
      March 18, 1970
      Season 20 - Episode 8
      Keeping In Step With the Times. Bob Hope with guests Tony Curtis, Perry Como, Barbara Eden, golfer Billy Casper and a cameo appearance by Joanne Worley entertain. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob presents an all-star outing. Topical targets in Bob's opening monologue include the Oscar nominations, program changes in the TV schedules and people in the news. Tony Curtis (an outspoken anti-smoking crusader) portrays a spokesman for Smokers Anonymous. Perry Como and Bob demonstrate how two song-and-dance men could spice up TV coverage of a space shot to Mars. Barbara Eden in "The Kissless Society" a look into the future after the UN has banned love to save the world from overpopulation. Golfer Billy Casper shows Bob how to improve his game.moreless
    • March 26, 1965
      March 26, 1965
      Season 15 - Episode 6

      This special program of additional highlights of Bob Hope's Yuletide tour of Vietnam. Hope includes new monologue, some studio guests and additional highlights from six shows. Also shown will be activities during four tension-filled, top security days traveling through South Vietnam. Members of the troupe include Janis Paige, Jill St. John, Anita Bryant, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Jerry Colonna, John Bubbles, Ann Sidney and Les Brown.

      More footage on Hope's Southeast Asia tour last Christmas. There are shots of the Pleiku raid and the resulting damage, plus newsreel footage of Marines being entertained in Okinawa and arriving in Viet Nam.
      Cartoonist Bill Mauldin gives his version of the February 7th Pleiku attack and sees films of his son, Bill Jr., a pilot at Pleiku.
      Bob quips about the astronauts, the Russian cosmonauts and the upcoming Hollywood Oscars in his opening monologue.

    • October 19, 1966
      October 19, 1966
      Season 17 - Episode 2
      Murder at NBC. Bob Hope is joined by sixteen of his peers for a spoof called "Murder at NBC." Appearing are Johnny Carson, Jimmy Durante, Jonathan Winters, Milton Berle, Bill Cosby, Jack Carter, Red Buttons, Don Adams, Wally Cox, Rowan & Martin, Shecky Greene, Don Rickles, Soupy Sales, Dick Shawn and Bill Dana. Bob plays the mad scientist, Van Smirtch who has the chemical capability of shrinking the United States.moreless
    • December 18, 1964
      December 18, 1964
      Season 15 - Episode 3

      Bob's guests are Nancy Wilson, James Garner, Martha Raye, Kathryn Crosby and The Beach Boys. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      The Beach Boys perform "Dance, Dance, Dance".
      Nancy Wilson sings "I'm Beginning to See the Light" and "The Music That Makes Me Dance".
      James Garner plays Santa Claus who is shot down over Moscow.
      Martha and Bob do a takeoff on "Pitiful Place" (Peyton Place).
      Bob spoofs TV commercials as "King of Commercials".

    • February 16, 1970
      February 16, 1970
      Season 20 - Episode 7

      From New York's Waldorf Astoria. Bob Hope hosts this hour of entertainment to benefit the Eisenhower Medical Center. Guests appearing are Johnny Cash, Johnny Carson, Ray Bolger, Bing Crosby, Raquel Welch, Nelson Rockefeller, President Richard Nixon, Mamie Eisenhower, Oleg Cassini, the West Point Glee Club. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Ray Bolger sings "Once in Love With Mamie"

    • December 9, 1971
      December 9, 1971
      Season 22 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Lee Marvin, Robert Goulet, Barbara Eden, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. Special appearance by the AP All America Football Team with footballers Ed Marinaro and Greg Pruitt. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob and Robert play Chinese delegates discovering New York's Central Park.
      Lee Marvin as Dr. Marcus Sincere conning oil baron J. Paul Rich (Hope) in a broad takeoff of TV's "Marcus Welby MD".
      Barbara Eden as a convent school graduate outsmarting nightclub boss Hope and pals Goulet and Marvin.
      Smokey Robinson & The Miracles sing "Satisfaction" and "Tears of a Clown".
      Robert Goulet sings "When I Look In Your Eyes".

    • January 17, 1972
      January 17, 1972
      Season 22 - Episode 5

      From Vietnam, Thailand, Spain, Cuba, Hawaii, Wake Island, Okinawa and Guantanamo.
      Bob Hope's guests are actor Jim Nabors, actress Jill St. John, Hawaiian singer Don Ho, Country singer Charley Pride, baseball pitcher Vida Blue, astronaut Alan Shepard, singer Jan Daley, pop group Sunday's Child, dancer-actress Suzanne Charny, Spanish singer-actress Carmen Sevilla, Brucene Smith, Miss World - USA, roller skaters The Blue Streaks the Hollywood Deb Stars with a cameo appearance by Jayne Kennedy.

      Jan Daley sings "Love Story".

    • September 25, 1974
      September 25, 1974
      Season 25 - Episode 1
      From Central Park in New York City, Bob Hope celebrates his 25th Anniversary on NBC. Bob Hope's guests are Jackie Gleason, Carol Channing, Glen Campbell, Chaka Khan & Rufus and Miss America, Shirley Cothran. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Glen Campbell sings "Bonaparte's Retreat". Bob and Jackie do Noel Coward's tongue-in-cheek "Why Must the Show Go On?" Bob and Jackie play a pair of vice cops who dress as women. Carol Channing whistles sibilants as she tells "The Inside Story of Cicely Cisson".moreless
    • December 15, 1975
      December 15, 1975
      Season 25 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Olivia Newton-John, Dean Martin, Dyan Cannon and the Singing Angels. Also the 1974 AP All America Football Team join Bob for an hour of music and comedy. Look for All Americans Randy White, Anthony Davis, Joe Washington and Steve Bartkowski.

      Bob and Olivia duet to "Silver Bells".
      Olivia Newton-John sings "I Honestly Love You".
      Bob and Dyan in a sketch depicting life in a swinging singles unit.
      Bob and Dean do a takeoff on disaster movies.

    • April 17, 1975
      April 17, 1975
      Season 25 - Episode 5

      Sear's Presents Bob Hope On-Campus,  guests are actor John Wayne, singer Aretha Franklin, comedian Flip Wilson and pop group America, filmed at the campus of UCLA Paley's Pavilion, Columbia University, Vassar, Florida Southern College and Howard Payne University (Brownwood, Texas).

    • October 24, 1975
      October 24, 1975
      Season 26 - Episode 1
      A Quarter Century of Bob Hope on Television. Bob celebrates 25 years with guests John Wayne, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby. Highlights: Bob and Dinah Shore sing "Baby, It's Cold Outside" in a spot from Bob's first show (1950) Maurice Chevalier sings "Louise" (1954) Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour join Bob in a dance number (1956) Frank Sinatra sings "The Lady is a Tramp" (1957) Bob and Steve McQueen play Japanese soldiers in a comedy sketch (1960) Bing Crosby referees a boxing match between Bob and Rocky Marciano (1968) John Wayne plays a Western-style bigot in "All in the West" (1971) Ingrid Bergman and Bob portray Oscar nominees (1972) Bob and Jackie Gleason appear as policewomen in Central Park (1974). Other clips feature Jack Benny, Redd Foxx, the original cast of I Love Lucy (Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley), James Cagney, Jimmy Durante and Eddie Cantor.moreless
    • December 9, 1973
      December 9, 1973
      Season 24 - Episode 3

      Bob Hope's guests are Lucille Ball, Marie Osmond, Shirley Jones and the AP All America Football Team for this hour of entertainment. Look for future NFL stars Lucius Selman, Randy White, Randy Gradishar, Andre Tillman, Lynn Swann, Roosevelt Leaks, John Cappelletti, and Tony Dorsett.

      Bob and Shirley play White House residents celebrating Christmas in the cold.
      Bob buys a diamond bracelet for wife Dolores and sends it to Lucille Ball for safekeeping.
      14-year-old Marie Osmond sings "Paper Roses".
      Marie and Bob duet on "Silver Bells".
      Shirley Jones sings "Going Out of My Mind".

    • November 13, 1973
      November 13, 1973
      Season 24 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Don Rickles, Joey Heatherton, Mike Connors, Redd Foxx and The Carpenters. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      A spoof of TV private eyes.
      Bob does a sketch where he is a hillbilly football draft choice.
      The Carpenters perform "We've Only Just Begun" and "Top of the World".
      Joey sings "It Amazes Me".

    • February 27, 1972
      February 27, 1972
      Season 22 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Milton Berle, Juliet Prowse, Sammy Davis Jr. and Petula Clark. With Les Brown and his Band of Reknown. Highlights: Bob plays a comic who gets murdered by loudmouth Milton Berle. Petula and Bob play light-hearted hobos. Bob plays Professor Gladhand a lousy finger-shadow artist whose act is saved by shapely Juliet. Petula sings a medley of "Penny Lane", "Eleanor Rigby" and "All You Need is Love". Sammy Davis Jr. sings "Vehicle". Juliet performs to a George M. Cohan medley. Bob & Sammy duet on "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile" and "Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella".moreless
    • March 13, 1972
      March 13, 1972
      Season 22 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are Connie Stevens, Eva Gabor, Elke Sommer and Dyan Cannon. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: A spoof of Academy Award winning movies. In "The Polish Connection" Bob plays Popeye Pawlek, a hard-as-nails cop who brings his paranoia home from work. "Krutch" is the story of a 92-year-old who discovers the meaning of life when he moves into a swinging singles complex. "Summer of '52" a heart-tugging tale of first love as found by botany student Bob who delivers flowers to a lonely older woman. She's 22. Elke sings "Love What They've Done to My Song, Ma". Connie sings "If".moreless
    • April 10, 1972
      April 10, 1972
      Season 22 - Episode 8

      A salute to 1972 Oscar nominated movies. Bob Hope's guests are Shirley Jones, Ray Milland, Ingrid Bergman and Barbara McNair. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Bob as Richard Magnificient and Ingrid Bergman as Liz Luscious in a sketch on Oscar night.
      "Romeo and Juliet" sketch with Bob and Shirley.
      Shirley Jones sings "Jesus Christ Superstar".
      Barbara McNair sings "Everything is Beautiful" and "It Only Takes a Moment".
      Academy Award winner has a "Lost Weekend" but not the way you think.

    • April 27, 1972
      April 27, 1972
      Season 22 - Episode 9

      Bob Hope's guests are Dorothy Lamour, Sugar Ray Robinson, Carol Lawrence, Vic Damone and Glen Campbell. With Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Vic Damone playing the son of "The Godpapa" (Bob) in a spoof of "The Godfather".
      Bob Hope and Glen Campbell in "The Beverly Hills Fuzz", a spoof of "Adam-12."

    • January 11, 1961
      January 11, 1961
      Season 11 - Episode 5

      USO Xmas Show from throughout the Caribbean. Bob Hope's guests are Andy Williams, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Janis Paige, Jerry Colonna and Anita Bryant.

      From Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba.
      Bob and Janis sing a duet from "The Facts of Life".
      Andy Williams sings "You Don't Want Love".
      Bob and Andy duet with "Caribbean Hit Parade".
      Anita Bryant sings "Paper Roses".
      All join in for "Silent Night".

    • November 16, 1960
      November 16, 1960
      Season 11 - Episode 3

      From the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Bob Hope's guests are Steve McQueen, Neile Adams and Kay Starr. Also Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

      Kay Starr sings "Some Day".
      Neile Adams sings "My Heart Belongs to Daddy".
      In sketches, Cadet "Crazy Nose" Hope and Steve "Flash" McQueen flirt with the general's daughter Kay Starr, plays a football hero and flies solo.
      The Cadet Chorus turns up at the finale.

    • October 14, 1958
      October 14, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's guests are Joan Crawford, France's famous clown, Fernandel, Robert Strauss, Hillary Brooke and the Bernard Brothers.

      Bob Hope does a standup monologue and banters with Joan Crawford.
      A sidewalk cafe sketch with French comic Fernandel abusing Bob is a funny sequence.
      A broad comedy with Bob, Joan and Rob Strauss.

    • March 1, 1953
      March 1, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests are Constance Moore, George Jessel and Robert Alda.
    • October 12, 1952
      October 12, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      For the third season, The Bob Hope Show is shown as part of The Colgate Comedy Hour when Bob hosts on a monthly basis. Bob Hope hosts and his guests are Fred MacMurray, Connie Haines and The Clark Brothers. Also appearing Les Brown and his Band of Renown.
    • April 20, 1953
      April 20, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      Bob Hope's guests are Phil Harris and Marilyn Maxwell. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
    • September 19, 1958
      September 19, 1958
      Season 9 - Episode 1

      Bob Hope stars in a 90 minute adaptation of the big 1933 musical comedy hit of 25 years ago, Jerome Kern's "Roberta." Also appearing are Janis Paige, Howard Keel, Anna Maria Alberghetti and Sara Dillon. Featured are songs "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "The Touch of Your Hand", "Lovely to Look At" and "You're Devastating".

    • March 16, 1954
      March 16, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are David Niven, Janis Paige and comedienne Cass Daley. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown.

    • February 16, 1966
      February 16, 1966
      Season 16 - Episode 5

      Bob Hope's guests are Danny Thomas, Martha Raye, Jill St. John and The Righteous Brothers.

      Martha Raye and Bob do a "Batman" takeoff in which Martha is Batgirl and Bob is Lobsterman who tries to catch her with a giant flyswatter.
      A spoof on the movie "The Cincinnati Kid" finds Danny Thomas as the Toledo Kid beating Bob at poker.
      Bob "Wheels" Hope is a motorcycle demon in Heck's Angels with Jill St. John.
      The Righteous Brothers perform "You Are My Soul and Inspiration" and "Turn On Your Lovelight".

    • February 15, 1967
      February 15, 1967
      Season 17 - Episode 6

      Bob Hope's guests are Carol Lawrence, Tony Bennett, Jill St. John and Shirley Eaton. The pop music scene and marriage in the US and Britain is spoofed in song and sketches.

      Tony Bennett take a crack at a rock 'n roll medley including songs like "Winchester Cathedral, "Wack, Wack," and "The Eggplant That Ate Chicago."
      Carol Lawrence dances to "I'm a Brass Band".
      England's Shirley Eaton and Jill St. John appear with Hope in sketches on "Our Man in Saigon" and British marriages.
      Tony sings "The Lady's in Love" and "She's Funny That Way".

    • November 29, 1967
      November 29, 1967
      Season 18 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are David Janssen, Elke Sommer, Jack Jones, The Kids Next Door, Lew Alcindor and the Football All-Americans. O. J. Simpson is introduced as the star USC running back.

      Jack Jones sings "She Loves Me" and "Impossible Dream".
      Elke Sommers sings German, Spanish, Oriental and Italian bits in a fancy international cabaret production number.
      The Kids Next Door perform "Mame".
      Bob, David and Jack play members of the UCLA football team in a sketch with Janssen as star Gary Beban and Bob as a prep school recuit who won't suit up.
      Big finale with "Thanks for the Memory" with a serious Hope plea for college contributions.

    • January 18, 1968
      January 18, 1968
      Season 18 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests include Raquel Welch, Barbara McNair, Elaine Dunn, Phil Crosby, Miss World (Peru's Madeleine Hartog Bel) and Les Brown Orchestra. The troupe visits the aircraft carriers Coral Sea and Ranger; they perform a command performance for the King and Queen of Thailand and spend Christmas at Long Binh, where Bob trades quips with South Vietnam's Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky. Highlights: Barbara McNair sings "I'm a Woman" and "I Can't Stop Loving You". Phil Crosby sings "It's All Right With Me" and "Let There Be Love". Raquel Welch sings "You're an Old Smoothie". Elaine Dunn sings "To Be or Not to Be in Love" and "Song-and-Dance Man". Bob Hope sings "You Make Me Feel So Young".moreless
    • October 13, 1969
      October 13, 1969
      Season 20 - Episode 2

      Bob Hope's third annual salute to Vaudeville with guests Jimmy Durante, Barbara McNair, Donald O'Connor and Tom Jones.

      Barbara McNair sings "I Am Woman" and "Alley Cat".
      Tom Jones sings "Fly Me to the Moon" and "I Know".
      The antique acts include the jealous knife thrower, the seal in the closet and "Song and Rousing Witticisms" by the song-and-dance team of Hope and Jones.
      Donald O'Connor plays the knife-thrower and Jimmy cuts up Hope on the seal act.
      Barbara McNair, dressed in gold lame and feathery boa, sings "Alley Cat" with a background "chorus" composed of Hope.
      Barbara also gets in Donald O'Connor's act to "Me and My Shadow."

    • November 24, 1969
      November 24, 1969
      Season 20 - Episode 4

      Bob Hope's guests are Danny Thomas, Virna Lisi, Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence.

      Bob plays in three sketches besides delivering his monologue.
      He's the hippie son of an Alaskan oil king (Danny Thomas) who gives Danny a hard time.
      He's a bartender who listens to Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme air their woes.
      Hope plays the German villain hunting for hidden pizzas in a takeoff of "The Secret of Santa Vittoria" with Virna Lisi playing the Italian countess.
      Steve Lawrence sings "The Drifter"
      Eydie sings "Tonight, I'll Say a Prayer".

    • October 6, 1957
      October 6, 1957
      Season 8 - Episode 1
      USO Show in French Morocco. Bob Hope's guests are Ann Miller, Eddie Fisher, Marie MacDonald and Gary Crosby.
    • February 6, 1958
      February 6, 1958
      Season 8 - Episode 4
      Bob Hope's guests are Wally Cox, Dorothy Malone and singer Nick Todd. Also Les Brown and his Band of Renown. Highlights: Dorothy Malone who won the Academy Award as best supporting actress of 1956 for her performance in "Written on the Wind", turns to singing and also plays a psychiatrist in a sketch. Also appearing in sketches are Ray Ferrell, Alan Gifford and Doris Singleton.moreless
    • December 11, 1959
      December 11, 1959
      Season 10 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope's guests are Rhonda Fleming, Ernie Kovacs, Janis Paige and Rod Lauren. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob Hope's Holiday Show. Rhonda Fleming appears in a sketch with Bob entitled "The Beverly Hills Burglar". Janis Paige sings and dances "Lullaby of Broadway". Janis and Bob do a beatnik comedy sketch. Rod Lauren sings "If I Had a Girl". Rod will sing and dance aided by pretty chorines Patty Thomas and Marjorie Gramer. Ernie is in a feature sketch with Bob entitled "Home With a View", in which Ernie sells Bob a seemingly desirable piece of property in the Hollywood Hills but it turns out that the house has a shaky foundation.moreless
    • April 20, 1960
      April 20, 1960
      Season 10 - Episode 6
      Bob Hope's guests for the final show of the season are James Garner, Patti Page and Joan Caulfield. Also with Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: In a skit, Bob is a fat comic (he keeps bread in his golf bag, bologna in the lamp base, etc.) with Joan Caulfield assisting. Bob is a psychiatrist with Jim Garner as the patient who is asked to choose between Joi Lansing in a bathing suit and a horse. Bob as a beatnik with James (in a turtleneck sweater down to his ankles) as his bongo-playing protege. Patti joins Bob in a duet Patti sings "2223 Miles" and "Misty". Bob sings an oldie of his, "I Can't Get Started With You".moreless
    • May 24, 1953
      May 24, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      Bob Hope hosts from the Blackstone Theater in Chicago. His guests are radio star Don McNeill, Gloria DeHaven, The De Castro Sisters and boxer Rocky Marciano. Highlights: Gloria sings "It's the Same" and teams with Bob for the fugue from Call Me Madam.
    • February 1, 1953
      February 1, 1953
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      Bob Hope welcomes guests Margaret Whiting, Marion Colby, singer/actor Nelson Eddy, Monte Montano, Bob Sweeney and the song-and-dance team The Blackburn Twins.
    • January 15, 1970
      January 15, 1970
      Season 20 - Episode 6

      Around the World with the USO with Bob Hope and his troupe during a 16-day tour of Washington D.C., Germany, Italy, Turkey, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan and Guam. Guest stars on the tour included Neil Armstrong, Connie Stevens, Romy Schneider, Teresa Graves, Suzanne Charney, Eva Reuber-Staier (Miss World), The Golddiggers, The Peiro Brothers and Les Brown and his Band of Renown.

      Beginning with a White House dinner.
      Connie Stevens sings "Bill".
      "Laugh-In's" Teresa Graves, the Golddinggers and Suzanne Charney dance for the GIs.

    • June 1, 1954
      June 1, 1954
      Season 4 - Episode 9

      Bob Hope's guests are Marilyn Maxwell, comedienne Cass Daley and Jerry Colonna. Cameos by Zsa Zsa Gabor and Jack Benny. With Elvia Allman and Peter Leeds.Also, "Most Beautiful June Bride" Contest Winner.

    • November 9, 1952
      November 9, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      Bob Hope welcomes guests Rosemary Clooney, Bill Goodwin and the Step Brothers. Also appearing Les Brown and his Band of Renown. Highlights: Rosemary Clooney sings "A Most Unusual Day" and "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" from Oklahoma. Rosemary and Bob duet on "Two Sleepy People".
    • December 7, 1952
      December 7, 1952
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      Bob Hope welcomes guests Frances Langford and Tony Martin. Also appearing Les Brown and His Band of Renown. Highlights: Bob, Frances and Tony sing "A Fine Romance."
    • February 27, 1957
      February 27, 1957
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      Host Bob Hope with vocals by Jack Kirkwood and announcer Hy Averback.