The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

Season 3 Episode 4

October 11, 1970

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Oct 11, 1970 on CBS
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October 11, 1970
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Glen's guests are Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, Arte Johnson and John Byner.

Musical Highlights: Kenny Rogers & The First Edition perform "Tell It All Brother". Glen sings "Happy Heart", "Didn't We", "She Thinks I Still Care" & "Autumn Leaves". Arte Johnson performs "Gimme Dat Ding". Jerry Reed sings "Remembering". Glen, Kenny Rodgers & The First Edition perform "Camptown Races".

Concert Spot: Glen & Jerry Reed duet on "Salty Dog". Larry McNeeley performs "Red Haired Boy".

Comedy Sketches: Arte Johnson doing his Laugh-In characterization as Tyrone Horneigh, the dirty old man. John Byner with a monologue on half-time entertainment at football games.moreless

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  • Half a good show.

    9.0
    I only had the chance to see half of this episode as it was a syndicated version from I think the Country Music Television channel. Anyhow it was cool to see Jerry Reed and Glen doing some great stuff but what I really was thrilled to see hwere the performances by The First Edition. I really am a huge fan of their work and this catches them right in their prime. Tell It All Brother was sadly cut from this print but Heed The Call and Camptown Races (with Glen) was there. I wish the camera wasn't at a far angle so often but it was all in all a great presentation!moreless
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition

Kenny Rogers & The First Edition

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Arte Johnson

Arte Johnson

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John Byner

John Byner

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Jerry Reed

Jerry Reed

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Larry McNeeley

Larry McNeeley

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