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.
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.
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".
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.
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".
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".