The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

Season 4 Episode 22

March 7, 1972

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Mar 07, 1972 on CBS
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March 7, 1972
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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

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Milton Berle

Milton Berle

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Dom DeLuise

Dom DeLuise

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Guest Star

Freda Payne

Freda Payne

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Larry McNeeley

Larry McNeeley

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Marty Paich Orchestra

Marty Paich Orchestra

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R. G. Brown

R. G. Brown

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Recurring Role

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