The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour - Season 1

CBS (ended 1972)


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Episode Guide

  • May 14, 1969
    May 14, 1969
    Episode 15
    Glen's guests are Bill Medley, Merrilee Rush, Pat Paulsen and George Lindsey.

    Musical Highlights: Bill Medley sings "Ol' Man River". Merrilee Rush sings "Angel Of The Morning". Glen & Merrille Rush duet on "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right". George Lindsey sings "96 Miles To Bakersfield". Glen sings "It's Not Unusual", "I Left My Heart In San Francisco", "Within My Memory" & "The Lord's Prayer". Glen & George Lindsey duet on "Remember Back When".

    Comedy Skits: Pat Paulsen views and comments on highlights from past shows.moreless
  • May 7, 1969
    May 7, 1969
    Episode 14
    Glen's guests are Roy Clark, Goldie Hawn, Jerry Inman, Pat Paulsen and The Association. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Where's The Playground Suzie" & "Gotta Have Tenderness". Roy Clark sings "Yesterday When I Was Young". Goldie Hawn sings "Look At That Face". The Association perform "Goodbye Columbus" & "Under Branches". Jerry Inman sings "Mississippi Woman". Glen & John Hartford duet on "I've Just Seen A Face". Pat Paulsen & The Fathers (singing sr. citizens)perform "Sun City".moreless
  • April 30, 1969
    April 30, 1969
    Episode 13
    Glen's guests are Liza Minnelli, Waylon Jennings, Pat Paulsen, the Righteous Brothers and Wes & Carrie Campbell (Glen's parents). Musical Highlights: Liza Minnelli sings "LA Breakdown". Righteous Brothers perform "My Babe". Glen sings "Elusive Butterfly", "If This Is Love" & "Born Free". Glen & His Parents do "Alimony", "Good Old Texas Home" & "Soldiers' Joy". Liza Minnelli & Glen duet on "The More I See You" & "I'd Like To Get To Know You". Righteous Brothers & Glen perform "Bye Bye Love". On Film: The Beatles perform "Get Back" & "Don't Let Me Down". Comedy Skit: Pat Paulsen stars in a parody of an artsy European film.moreless
  • April 23, 1969
    April 23, 1969
    Episode 12
    Glen's guests are Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Bob Newhart and Vikki Carr. Also appearing the Earl Brown Singers and the George LeFave Dancers. Musical Highlights: Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues". Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash perform"Jackson". Glen sings "Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife" & "Down At The Station". Vicki Carr sings "With Pen In Hand". Glen & Bob Newhart duet on "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You", "Goin' Out Of My Head" & "Wabash Cannonball". Entire Cast join in for "The Train". Comedy Skit: Principal Newhart lectures a of kindergarten dissidents. Finale: Featured Songs and sketches about the railroad heyday.moreless
  • April 16, 1969
    April 16, 1969
    Episode 11
    Glen's guests are Nancy Sinatra, Al Martino, Tim Conway and a cameo appearance by Robert Goulet. Musical Highlights: Nancy sings, "Son Of A Preacher Man". Al Martino sings, "Mary In The Morning". Glen sings, "Delilah" and "Green Green Grass Of Home". John Hartford performs "A Simple Thing As Love". Robert Goulet, Glen Campbell and John Hartford perform "Hey Jude". Comedy Sketches: Tim Conway plays an inebriated bullfighter. Also, Glen makes his debut as a dancer in a production number.moreless
  • April 9, 1969
    April 9, 1969
    Episode 10
    Glen's guests are Ray Charles, Lynn Kellogg and the comedy team of Burns and Schreiber. Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "More", "Somewhere", "Day After Day", "Oh, What a Woman", "Take My Hand" & "People". Ray Charles sings "Born To Lose". Lynn Kellogg sings "A Natural Woman". John Hartford performs "Category Stomp". Ray Charles Glen duet on "I'll Never Fall in Love Again". All join in for "What'd I Say?". Comedy Sketches: Pat Paulsen inaugurates his body beautiful campaign. And conventioneers Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber brag about their romantic successes.moreless
  • April 2, 1969
    April 2, 1969
    Episode 9
    Glen's guests are Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Flip Wilson and the Vogues. Musical Highlights: The Vogues perform "No Not Much". Glen & the Vogues perform "Turn Around, Look At Me". Glen sings "Galveston" & "Time and Friends". Roy Rogers sings"Blue Shadows On The Trail" & "Silver On The Sage". Dale Evans sings "Along The Santa Fe Trail". John Hartford peforms "Washing Machine". Roy Rogers & Dale Evans duet on "Side by Side". Comedy Skits: Flip's monologue inclues an original poem "Hiawatha's Las Notice", Pat Paulsen demostrates a practical joker's kit on himself Finale: Beatles Tune "Rocky Racoon".moreless
  • March 19, 1969
    March 19, 1969
    Episode 8
    Glen welcomes Jim Nabors and Bobby Gentry to the show. Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Front Porch" and "The World I Used To Know". Jim Nabors performs "Vesti la Guibba" (from Leoncavallo's Pagliacci), "If My Friends Could See Me Now" and"There's A Kind Of Hush". Bobbie sings "Peaceful". John performs "I'm Still Here". Glen & Jim Nabors duet on "Act Naturally". Glen & Bobbie Gentry duet on "Morning Glory" and "Let It Be Me". The full cast perform "Who's That". Comedy Skits: Neighbors Jim and Pat Paulsen carry on a runnin' feud. Finale: All join in for a finale on irksome insects.moreless
  • March 12, 1969
    March 12, 1969
    Episode 7
    Glen welcomes Leslie Uggams, Ken Berry and Merle Haggard to the show. Also a cameo appearance by Tom & Dick Smothers. Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Galveston" and "There's A Place in the Sun". Glen & Leslie duet on "Both Sides Now". Leslie sings, "River Deep, Mountain High". John Hartford performs, "Mouth to Mouth Resuscitation". Merle sings "Loving You Again". Glen & Merle duet on "The Legend of Bonnie & Clyde". Comedy Sketches: The medicine show finale features Pat Paulsen as pitchman Colonel Love with Leslie singing a testimonial to his love potion. Ken sings and dances in a production number for "Money to Burn".moreless
  • March 5, 1969
    March 5, 1969
    Episode 6
    Glen's guests are Joey Bishop, Bobby Goldsboro, Judy Carne of "Laugh-In" and Joe South. Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Back in the Race," "Galveston" and "Lucky Old Sun". Bobby sings, "Honey".
    Joe South performs "Games People Play". Judy sings "Love Is the Only Answer". Joey Bishop performs "Your Cheatin' Heart".
    Glen & Bobby duet on "Talk, Talk, Talk". Glen and John Hartford perform "I've Just Seen a Face". Comedy Sketches: Dressed in a fancy Western outfit, Joey trades quips with Glen. Pat Paulsen makes a frantic phone to get a date. Judy, Glen, and Pat perform in a musical-comedy sketch.moreless
  • February 26, 1969
    February 26, 1969
    Episode 5
    Glen's guests are Buffy Sainte-Marie, John Byner and Gary Puckett and the Union Gap. Plus regulars include John Hartford and the Marty Paich orchestra. Musical Highlights: Buffy Sainte-Marie sings, "Better Find Out For Yourself" and "Now That The Buffalo's Gone". Gary Puckett and the Union Gap perform "Over You" & "The Anti-Rock Rock". Glen & Buffy Sainte-Marie duet on "I'm Gonna Be a Country Girl Again" & "I Ain't Gonna Be No City Boy". Glen sings "The Straight Life" and "Catch the Wind". John Hartford performs "California Earthquake". Comedy Sketches: Impressionist John Byner does a routine on the agonies of a nine-hour bus trip. Glen's singing of "If You Go Away" introduces a parody of an artsy European film, with Pat Paulsen as the hero of the piece.moreless
  • February 19, 1969
    February 19, 1969
    Episode 4
    Glen's guests are Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Stevie Wonder, Roger Miller, Pat Paulsen and a cameo appearance by John Wayne. Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Mary In The Morning", "Those Were The Days", "Memphis, TN", "Words" and "Reason To Believe". Stevie Wonder sings, "For Once In Your Life" and "Tiger Tail". Glen & Stevie duet on "Blowin In The Wind". Roger Miller sings "Kansas City Star". Roger & Glen duet with "King Of The Road". John Hartford does a banjo solo of "Legend Of Bonnie & Clyde". Comedy Skits: Pat Paulsen struggles to break the language barrier that's blocking his efforts to date a gorgous fraulein.moreless
  • February 12, 1969
    February 12, 1969
    Episode 3
    Glen's guests are Jose Feliciano, the comic team of (Jack) Burns & (Avery) Schreiber, Pat Paulsen and The Clingers. Plus regulars, John Hartford and Marty Paich (conducting the orchestra). Musical Highlights: Jose sings, "California Dreamin'" and "My Heart Is Empty Without You". The Clingers perform, "Something Here In My Heart". Glen & Jose perform "Less of Me" and "Love is Blue". Glen sings "Winter Wonderland," "Cold December in Your Heart" and "Six O'clock Train". Glen and John Hartford duet on "Uncle Joe". Comedy Sketches: A surburbanite (Jack Burns) discusses "dropping out" with a hippie (Avery Schreiber); Pat Paulsen tries to smash his "chicken" image by ski jumping, and blackouts on egomania.moreless
  • February 5, 1969
    February 5, 1969
    Episode 2
    Glen's guests are Jeannie C. Riley, Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones and Micky Dolenz from "The Monkees" and John Wayne in a cameo appearance.

    Musical Highlights: Jeannie C Riley sings "The Girl Most Likely". Mike, Davy & Micky perform a medley of"Last Train To Clarksville", "I'm A Believer", and "Salesman". Micky played drums, Davy the bass, and Mike the guitar. They also lip-synched their upcoming single, "Tear Drop City". Glen sings "Ann", "Fate of Man", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay", and "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms".

    Comedy: Spoofing Jeannie's hit, Pat Paulsen plays a school principal, and Glen and Jeannie are concerned parents. Pat performs comedy vignettes tied to the song "It Was a Very Good Year". The finale salutes telephones.moreless
  • January 29, 1969
    January 29, 1969
    Episode 1
    Glen's guests are Bobbie Gentry and the Smothers Brothers. Also appearing are comedian Pat Paulsen and Singer-composer John Hartford (composer of "Gentle On My Mind", the show's theme song).

    Musical Highlights: Glen Campbell sings "Wichita Lineman", "Homeward Bound", "Free-Born Man" & "For Once in My Life". Bobbie Gentry sings "Okolona River-Bottom Band". Glen & John Hartford perform "Salty-Dog Blues". Glen & Bobbie Gentry duet on "Little Green Apples".

    Comedy: In a sketch, Glen and Dick (on horseback) try to get Tom to admit he's riding a hippo - not a horse.

    Finale: Prof. Pat Paulsen lectures on the history of folk music as the cast offers blackouts.moreless