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".
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".
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".
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!"
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'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".