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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".
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.
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'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 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.