The Don Knotts Show

Season 1 Episode 4

October 6, 1970

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Aired Tuesday 7:30 PM Oct 06, 1970 on NBC
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October 6, 1970
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Don's guests are Jill St. John, Robert Morse and The Association. Highlights: Don conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra with an assist from Robert Morse and Nick Perito and his orchestra to a version of "Peter and the Wolf". Robert Morse dusts off a show stopper, "I Believe in You" from his hit musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". Jill St. John heralds the winter season in her singing rendition of "Snowbird". Jill joins Robert, Don and Elaine Joyce in a "blind date" sketch. Another comedy sketch is about a meeting for those who have successfully quit smoking. Don's attempt to find a seat in the theater and a visit with a modern cultural professor. The Association perform.moreless

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Jill St. John

Jill St. John

Herself

Guest Star

Robert Morse

Robert Morse

Himself

Guest Star

The Association

The Association

Themselves

Guest Star

Bob Williams

Bob Williams

Himself

Recurring Role

Kenneth Mars

Kenneth Mars

Himself

Recurring Role

Elaine Joyce

Elaine Joyce

Herself

Recurring Role

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