The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

CBS (ended 1972)


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Episode Guide

  • Season 4
    • March 21, 1972
      March 21, 1972
      Episode 24
      Glen's guests for the series finale are Dom DeLuise, Anne Murray, Jerry Reed and Glen's parents. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Hello Young Lovers" & "Help Me Make It Through the Night". Anne Murray sings "Night Owl". Jerry Reed performs "Take It Easy in Your Mind". Glen and his parents sing "In the Shadow of the Pines". Comedy Sketches: Dom plays a nearsighted optometrist and as an aging Superman.moreless
    • March 14, 1972
      March 14, 1972
      Episode 23
      Glen's guests are Jim Nabors, Helen Reddy, Shecky Greene, Jeannine Burnier and the Four Leaves, a Japanese rock group. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Tenderly", "MacArthur Park", "Barbara Allen" & "Turn It Around in Your Mind". Helen Reddy sings "I Don't Know How to Love Him". Jim Nabors sings "Turn Around Look at Me". The Four Leaves perform "Seasons in the Sun". Mike Curb Congregation perform "Burning Bridges". Glen & Helen duet on "Crazy Love". Comedy Sketches: Jim and Shecky as postal employees trying to liven up a dead-letter office.moreless
    • March 7, 1972
      March 7, 1972
      Episode 22
      Theme is The Golden Years of TV. Glen's guests are Milton Berle, Dom DeLuise and Freda Payne. Plus regulars, R.G. Brown; Larry McNeely; Marty Paich (conducting the orchestra). Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Green, Green Grass of Home", "Moon River" & "Dear Hearts and Gentle People". Freda Payne sings "You Brought the Joy". Glen & Freda duet on "Anytime", "You Mad Me Love You, Seems Like Old Times", "Cross Over the Bridge", "I Almost Lost My Mind" & "Sugartime". Glen, Milton Berle, Dom DeLuise, R.G. Brown sings "I Am a Genius". All join in for "Name-Dropping Gavotte". The Mike Curb Congregation leads a Mitch Miller-style sing along. Comedy Sketches: Parodies of "The Honeymooners" & "Sergeant Bilko". The filming of a spy movie with Glen as the star and Milton as the battered stand-in. A look at famous bloopers TV Western blackouts (short comedy sketches).moreless
    • February 28, 1972
      February 28, 1972
      Episode 21
      Glen's guests are Arte Johnson, Anne Murray and Jerry Reed. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Daydream", "Oklahoma Sunday Morning" & "A Place in the Sun". Anne Murray sings "Cotton Jenny". Comedy Sketches: Arte in a sketch about Russia's "Galloping Gourmet". Jerry does monologue on his first kiss Vignettes spoofing consumer headaches.
    • February 15, 1972
      February 15, 1972
      Episode 20
      A salute to Broadway musicals. Glen's guests are Robert Goulet, singer-dancer Lola Falana and comedian Dom DeLuise. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Tonight", "Try to Remember" & "The Impossible Dream". Robert Goulet sings "If Ever I Would Leave You". Lola Falana sings "A Wonderful Day like Today" & "Feeling Good". Glen & Robert Goulet do a medley of Lerner-Lowe songs. Mike Curb Congregation perform an "Oliver" medley. Comedy Sketches: Dom as an auditioning actor, a Broadway critic and a forgetful Shakespearean actor.moreless
    • February 8, 1972
      February 8, 1972
      Episode 19
      A Valentine's Day preview with Sally Struthers, Dom DeLuise and Roger Miller. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "The Song is Love", "Little Green Apples" & "L-O-V-E". Roger Miller sings "Sunny Side of Love". Glen & Sally Struthers duet on "Brand New Key". R.G. Brown sings "If I Didn't Find Love". Mike Curb Congregation perform "Softly Whispering I Love You". Glen, Sally, Roger, Dom do a Love song medley. Comedy Sketches: Love's the theme as Sally plays a distraught wife plagued by her professional-comic husband (Dom) Sally plays a loveless girl consoled by Glen. Roger, Dom and Glen do impressions of men in various occupations reacting to a beautiful girl.moreless
    • February 1, 1972
      February 1, 1972
      Episode 18
      American History Show with Glen Campbell, his guests are Buddy Hackett, The Mike Curb Congregation and comedian John Byner. Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "American Pie", "What A Country", "Every Day" & "American Trilogy". Glen & Mike Curb Congregation perform "Cindy". Mike Curb Congregation perform "This Is American". Concert Spot: Larry McNeeley performs "Instant Breakdown". Comedy Sketches: Buddy Hackett and John Byner join in blackouts on the taming of the Old West. Buddy Hackett takeoffs on Ben Franklin and Davy Crockett, he does Ponce de Leon and a Prohibition gangster.moreless
    • January 25, 1972
      January 25, 1972
      Episode 17
      Glen's guests are Barbara Eden, Dom DeLuise, Jerry Reed and folk singers Clark and Marilyn. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Come Rain or Come Shine", "Pennies from Heaven", "My Sweet Lord", "Fool Me" & "Till". Barbara Eden sings "Whatever Lola Wants" & "In a Little Spanish Town". Jerry Reed performs "Smell the Flowers". Clark and Marilyn (folk singers) perform "So Close". Comedy Sketches: Dom does impressions of Cagney, Bogart, Kirk Douglas and Rudolph Valentino Dom plays a mama's boy serving his first day in the Navy.moreless
    • January 18, 1972
      January 18, 1972
      Episode 16
      Glen's guests are Shirley Jones and Paul Lynde. Musical Highlights: Shirley Jones sings "Just a Little Lovin' (Early in the Morning)". Glen sings "That's All", "The Way of Love", "White Lightning" & "What Now My Love?". Comedy Sketches: Shirley as a piano student spurning advances from her amorous teacher. Paul as a classical dance expert demonstrating the manly art of ballet.moreless
    • January 11, 1972
      January 11, 1972
      Episode 15
      Glen's guests are Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Freddie Hart, Jerry Reed and Minnie Pearl. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "For the Good Times". Johnny Cash sings "A Thing Called Love". Johnny Cash & June Carter perform"No Need to Worry". Merle Haggard sings "Carolyn". Freddie Hart sings "Easy Lovin'". Jerry Reed performs "Another Puff". Johnny & Glen duet on "Folsom Prison Blues". Glen, Johnny, Merle, Buck, Jerry, Larry McNeeley do a medley: "A Boy Named Sue", "I've Got a Tiger By the Tail", "When You're Hot You're Hot", "I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am" & "Born to Lose".moreless
    • January 4, 1972
      January 4, 1972
      Episode 14
      Glen's guests are Totie Fields, Dom DeLuise and the Osmond Brothers. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Almost Life Being In Love", "Ain't No Sunshine", "Smile" & "Oklahoma Sunday Morning". The Osmond Brothers perform "Down By The Lazy River". Glen and The Osmond Brothers do a medley of "Tiger Rag", "If I Didn't Care", "Juke Box Saturday Night", "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "Sh-Boom", "Little Darlin'", "Only You" and "Surfin' U.S.A.". Comedy Sketches: Totie Fields as a night-club bunny, a cheerleader, a minskirted stewardess and a ballerina, Dom DeLuise as a knife thrower aiming at Glen. **Special Note** This episode ran 50 minutes and was followed by a 10 minute political ad: Edmund Muskie announcing his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential Nomination.moreless
    • December 28, 1971
      December 28, 1971
      Episode 13
      Glen's guests are Pat Boone & Family, Dom DeLuise & Family and Glen's Family. Also appearing are the comedy team of Gaylord and Holiday. Comedy Sketches: Dom as a weary Santa calling it quits; comics Gaylord and Holiday in a sketch about a speeder and a cop; and a spoof of singing groups from the Mills Brothers to the Beach Boys.moreless
    • December 14, 1971
      December 14, 1971
      Episode 12
      Glen's guests are Valerie Harper, Paul Lynde and The Raiders. Plus regulars: Larry McNeely, R.G. Brown, Mike Curb Congregation, Marty Paich orchestra. Musical Highlights: The Raiders perform "Birds of a Feather". The Raiders & Glen sing "Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian". Comedy Sketches: Valerie Harper (Rhoda on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show") in her singing debut, and playing the six wives of Henry VIII (Paul Lynde).moreless
    • November 30, 1971
      November 30, 1971
      Episode 11
      Glen's guests are Paul Anka, Paul Lynde, Jerry Lee Lewis, Anne Murray and John Byner. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Ghost Riders In The Sky", "Be My Love", "Jambalaya", "Wayward Wind" and "You Belong To Me". Paul Anka sings "Do I Love You". Anne Murray & Glen duet on "Canadian Sunset". Paul & Glen perform a Paul Anka Medley. Paul Anka, Paul Lynde, John Byner & Glen do "Little Darlin'". All join in for a 50's Medley. Mike Curb Congregation perform a medley. Comedy Sketches: Satiric pokes at Ed Sullivan, Mickey Mouse Club, Arthur Murray Dance Parties and the movie "Caine Mutiny".moreless
    • November 23, 1971
      November 23, 1971
      Episode 10
      Glen's guests are Lynn Anderson, Dom DeLuise and Ken Berry. Plus regulars: R.G. Brown, Jerry Reed, Mike Curb Congregation, Marty Paich orchestra. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Yo-Yo", "A Song For You", "Easy Loving" & "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Lynn Anderson sings "Cry". Glen & Lynn duet on "Rose Garden". Ken Berry & Dancers perform "It Was A Very Good Year". Mike Curb Congregation perform "High Hopes". Comedy Sketches: Hinges on historical blackouts, a hangover victim and a hyperemotional psychiatrist.moreless
    • November 16, 1971
      Glen's guests are Petula Clark and Arte Johnson. Also appearing is R.G. Brown. Musical Highlights: Petula sings, "Aquarius". Petula & Glen duet on "Let The Sun Shine In" & "Beautiful". Petula & Glen do a Medley of Burt Bacharach / Hal David songs: "Do You Know The Way To San Jose," "Alfie," "This Guy's In Love With You," "The Look Of Love," "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" and "What The World Needs Now Is Love". Petula, Glen, Arte and R.G. Brown perform a Medley of English songs: "Downtown," "Call Me," "My Love," "Who Can I Turn To," "What Kind of Fool Am I?", "Hey Jude," "When I'm 64", "Can't Buy Me Love," "Eleanor Rigby" and "Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da". Comedy Sketches: A parody of "The Graduate".moreless
    • November 9, 1971
      November 9, 1971
      Episode 8
      Glen's guests are Andy Griffith, Paul Lynde and Lucie Arnaz.

      Musical Highlights: Andy Griffith sings "If My Friends Could See Me Now". Glen sings "Autumn Leaves," "If I Ruled the World, "I'd Rather Be Sorry" & "Misty". Glen & Lucie Arnaz duet with "We've Only Just Begun". Glen, Lucie & the Mike Curb Congregation perform "Sweet Blindness". Larry McNeely and Mike Curb Congregation sing "Long-Haired Love".

      Comedy Sketches: Schoolteacher Paul Lynde tries to direct uncooperative youngsters in a Thanksgiving play. Bartender Griffith offers bridegroom Lynde some pre-wedding encouragment.moreless
    • November 2, 1971
      November 2, 1971
      Episode 7
      Glen's guests are Tony Randall and Sonny & Cher. Plus Regulars: Larry McNeely, Mike Curb Congregation, Marty Paich orchestra.

      Musical Highlights: Sonny & Cher perform "All I Ever Need is You". Glen & Cher duet on "If You Could Read My Mind" & "I'm So Glad You Came Into My Life".

      Comedy Sketches: A comedy sketch about a vaudeville show staged by gangsters.

    • October 26, 1971
      October 26, 1971
      Episode 6
      Glen's guests are David Cassidy, Little Richard, Dom DeLuise, Buffalo Bob Smith and Howdy Doody.

      Musical Highlights: Little Richard sings "Lucille". David Cassidy sings "I Think I Love You" , "I Woke Up In Love This Morning", "I'll Meet You Halfway" & "Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted". David Cassidy & Glen do an Everly Brothers Medley. Jerry Reed, Larry McNeeley & Glen do "The Battle Of New Orleans". Glen sings "Rip It Up", "Love Letters In The Sand" & "Love Is A Many Spendored Thing". Mike Curb Congregation perform "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands".

      Comedy Sketches: It's the Fifties all over again, as Glen brings back. Buffalo Bob Smith and Howdy Doody; "Your Hit Parade" (in a spoof by Dom DeLuise); and hit platters of the era, performed by Glen, Little Richard and David Cassidy.moreless
    • October 19, 1971
      October 19, 1971
      Episode 5
      *Hawaii Episode* Glen's guests are Jack Lord, the Smothers Brothers, Anne Murray and Jerry Reed.

      Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Everybody's Talkin'", "I'll Remember You", "The Straight Life", "Beyond The Reef", "One Paddle, Two Paddle" & "Galveston". Jack Lord & Glen duet on "Strawberry Roan". Anne Murray sings "You've Got A Friend". Jerry Reed & Glen duet on "Hawaiian War Chant". Smothers Brothers perform "My Old Man". Anne Murray & Glen duet on "Phoenix/Prayer". Jack Lord, Smothers Brothers, Jerry Reed, Glen join in for "Sea Chant Medley".

      The scene in Hawaii: the stars are Jack Lord, the Smothers Brothers and singers Anne Murray and Jerry Reed. Extensive location photography highlights the hour; amoung the segments, Glen and Jack singing and riding horseback in the Oahu surf, a Smothers tour of downtown Honolulu; and 125 torchbears surrounding Glen as he sings atop a cliff overlooking Hanuama Bay.moreless
    • October 5, 1971
      October 5, 1971
      Episode 4
      Glen's guests are Shirley Jones, Jack Benny, Debbie Reynolds, Erich Segal, Dom DeLuise, David Cassidy and Susan Dey.

      Musical Highlights: Glen sings "What Now My Love", "Cryin'", "That's All", "White Lightnin" & "Way Of Love". Shirley Jones & Glen do an Oklahoma Medley. Mike Curb Congregation perform "Gingerbread Man". Larry McNeeley performs "Hot Banjo". Larry McNeeley & Glen duet on "Mississippi Water". All join in for a medley of Old Movie Hits.

      **A Salute To 50 Years of Movie Making** includes the 42nd Annual Photoplay Awards: Award Winners - Erich Segal, Jack Benny and Debby Reynolds (winners for their charitable endeavors). Partridge Family's David Cassidy & Susan Dey (most popular new stars).

      Comedy Sketches: Dom DeLuise spoofs famous screen lovers.moreless
    • September 28, 1971
      Glen's guests are Lucille Ball, Arte Johnson, Anne Murray and Bread.

      Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Over The Rainbow", "Love Story", "Help Me Make It Through The Night", "Rose Garden" & "Don't Pull Your Love". Anne Murray sings "Talk It Over In The Morning". Anne Murray & Glen duet on "Love Song". Bread sings "If". Mike Curb Congregation perform "Theme From Ryan's Daughter". Larry McNeeley performs "Sailor's Hornpipe".

      Comedy Sketches: Lucy and Arte team up for Arte's famous park bench routine and for a Ziegleld Follies number.moreless
    • September 21, 1971
      Glen's guests are Bob Hope, Dionne Warwick, Eddie Mayehoff and the Smothers Brothers.

      Musical Highlights: Dionne Warwick sings, "Amanda" & "Love Is A Good Foundation". Dionne & Glen perform "I Feel The Earth Move". Glen sings, "Dream Baby", "If You Could Read My Mind, "One More Time" & "Today Is Mine". Mike Curb Congregation perform "Old Time Preacher Man". Larry McNeeley performs "Dixie Breakdown".

      Comedy Sketches: Dick and Tom Smothers do a new version of their "John Henry" routine.moreless
    • September 14, 1971
      Glen's guests are John Wayne, Carol Burnett, Tim Conway and Three Dog Night.

      Musical Highlights: Glen & Jerry perform "Take Me Home Country Roads". Glen sings "Sooner or Later", "Tenderly", "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" and "Home Again". Three Dog Night & Glen perform "Joy To The World". Carol Burnett & Glen duet on "Close To You". Mike Curb Congregation perform "Put Your Hand In The Hand". Jerry Reed sings "KO KO Joe". Three Dog Night perform "Mamma Told Me (Not To Come)".

      John "the Duke" Wayne jokes around with Glen, and appears in comedy sketches with Tim Conway. He shows Glen some of his personal movie memorabilia, including the rifle he used in "Stagecoach", his cavalry costume from "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" (which he tells Glen was his favorite role,) and his famous Green Berets uniform.moreless
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