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The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour - Season 2

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  • March 29, 1970
    March 29, 1970
    Episode 26
    3/29/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are "Daniel Boone" star Fess Parker, Sammy Shore, Willie Nelson and Lily Tomlin.

    Musical Highlights: Fess Parker sings, "Six O'Clock Train and the Girl with Green Eyes" & "Underground Railroad Station". Willie Nelson sings "Once More With Feeling". Willie & Glen duet on "Columbus Stockade Blues". Glen performs an instrumental with "Bach Talk". Glen sings, "Autumn Leaves", "Day by Day", "Softly As I Leave You", "It's All in the Game", "September Song" & "Memphis, TN".

    Comedy Sketches: Lily as a lazy housewife and a debutante, while Sammy lectures on the "folk trumpet".moreless
  • March 22, 1970
    March 22, 1970
    Episode 25
    3/22/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Debbie Reynolds, Ken Berry, Jeannie Seely and Gaylord & Holiday.

    Scenes from Glen's new movie "Norwood" are shown.

    Musical Highlights: Debbie Reynolds sings "Conversations". Ken Berry sings "If It Takes Forever". Jeannie Seely sings "Don't Touch Me". Glen sings"Lonesome Road", "Only Love Can Break a Heart", "Blue Blue Day" & "Friendly Persuasion". Glen & Debbie Reynolds duet on "Happy Together". Glen with Gaylord & Holiday perform "Country Boy". Glen & Jeannie Seely sing "Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You".moreless
  • March 15, 1970
    March 15, 1970
    Episode 24
    3/15/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Judy Collins, Al Martino, George Lindsey and Larry Storch.

    Musical Highlights: Judy sings, "Someday Soon". Al Martino sings, "Can't Help Falling In Love with You". George performs "After Taxes". Glen sings, "True Grit", "Oh, Lonesome Me" & "You Gave Me a Mountain".


    Comedy Sketches: Larry impersonates an Italian movie director and plays a haughty urbanite to George's country rube.moreless
  • March 8, 1970
    March 8, 1970
    Episode 23
    3/8/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are John Davidson, Mike Connors, Lily Tomlin and Glenn Ash.

    Musical Highlights: John Davidson sings "I'll Never Fall In Love Again". Glen sings "Games People Play", "Once In A Lifetime" & "Country Girl".

    Comedy Sketches: Glen and Mike Connors star in a spoof of non-violent Westerns. Lily Tomlin, as a prissy spinster, discusses computer dating.moreless
  • March 1, 1970
    March 1, 1970
    Episode 22
    3/1/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Raymond Burr, Neil Diamond, Ella Fitzgerald and Charles Manna.

    Musical Highlights: Neil Diamond sings "Niki Hoekey". Ella Fitzgerald sings "Watch What Happens". Glen sings "The Straight Life", "Moon River" & "Home Again". Glen & Ella Fitzgerald duet on"Hey Jude". Neil and Glen did a duet on acoustic guitars of "Thank the Lord for the Night Time".

    Comedy Sketches: Raymond displays his talent for whistling, and play a super inquistive salesman with Glen on a toaster. Charlie Lashes pit at marriage. Finale: The cast famous movie duos.moreless
  • February 22, 1970
    February 22, 1970
    Episode 21
    2/22/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Dionne Warwick, 5th Dimension, John Byner and "Laugh-In's" Ruth Buzzi.

    Musical Highlights: Dionne sings "Always Something There To Remind Me". Glen sings "Only Love Can Break A Heart", "The Race Is On" & "Mom and Dad Waltz". Glen & 5th Dimension perform "Ticket To Ride". Glen & Dionne duet on "I'll Never Fall In Love Again". Glen & Dionne and the 5th Dimension perform a medley of their hits: "I Say a Little Prayer", "Walk On By", "Up-Up and Away", "Try a Little Kindness", "What the World Needs Now", "Alfie", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix". "Sweet Blindess" & "Wichita Lineman". 5th Dimension perform a musical interpretation of the Declaration of Independence.

    Comedy Sketches: John Byner does impressions of Dylan, Sinatra and Glen with Ruth as his object of affection.moreless
  • February 15, 1970
    February 15, 1970
    Episode 20
    2/15/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Bobbie Gentry, B.J. Thomas, Shecky Greene and Skiles & Henderson.

    Musical Highlights: Bobbie Gentry sings, "And When I Die". B.J. Thomas sings, "Everybody's Out Of Town". Glen sings "Guitar Man", "Bad Moon Rising", "Love Is Not A Game", "All The Way" & "Shenandoah". Glen & Bobbie Gentry duet on "Sunday Morning". Glen & B.J. Thomas "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head".

    Comedy Sketches: Shecky Greene giving his impressions of today's folks songs. Skiles and Henderson doing a "Surrey With The Fringe On Top" with sound effects.moreless
  • February 8, 1970
    February 8, 1970
    Episode 19
    2/8/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Tony Randall, Lulu and Jerry Reed.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Honey Come Back", "Mack The Knife" & "Where Do You Go". Lulu sings "Where's Eddie". Tony Randall performs "Too Many Parties Too Many Pals". Jerry sings "A Thing Called Love". Glen & Lulu duet on "Walk Right In". Entire Cast join in for a 20's Medley ("Piccolo Pete", "Red Sails In The Sunset", "Doo Wacka Doo", "Boo Hoo" & "Lucky Lindy").

    Concert Spot: Glen & Jerry duet on "Talk About The Good Times".

    Comedy Sketches: Tony and Glen present a radio version of Glen's TV Series. Tony plays the owner of a computer-dating service for dogs.moreless
  • February 1, 1970
    February 1, 1970
    Episode 18
    2/1/70
    9.5
    Glen's guests are "Gunsmoke" actors Milburn Stone and Ken Curtis (also formerly with the Sons of the Pioneers), singer Evie Sands and Leland Palmer.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Walk a Mile In My Shoes", "My Way", "My Woman's Love" & "What Now, My Love?". Glen, Milburn and Ken perform a medley of "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds", "Cool Water", "Sons of the Western Soil" & "Yodelling Song". Evie sings "But You Know I Love You". Leland sings "Somebody".moreless
  • January 25, 1970
    January 25, 1970
    Episode 17
    1/25/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Ray Charles, George Gobel and Gloria Loring. Also appearing regulars: Larry McNeeley and the Marty Paich Orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Ray Charles performs "Eleanor Rigby". Glen & Ray duet on "Hallelujah, I Love Her So", "Together Again", "I Got A Woman", "Making Believe" & "I Can't Stop Loving You". Gloria Loring sings "Aquarius" & "Get Together". Glen sings "Poor Wayfaring Stranger", "Jean", "Reuben James" and "Yakety Axe". Glen & Gloria duet on "Here, There and Everywhere".

    Comedy Sketches: A hapless fellow (George Gobel) tries to extricate his thumb from a bowling ball.moreless
  • January 11, 1970
    January 11, 1970
    Episode 16
    1/18/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Peggy Lee, Neil Diamond, Wally Cox and Patchett & Tarses. Plus regulars: Larry McNeeley, Ron Poindexter dancers, Denny Vaughn singers, Marty Paich Orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Neil Diamond sings "Brooklyn Roads". Peggy Lee sings "Something". Glen sings "Sunny", "Danny Boy", "Tomorrow Never Comes" & "Its Ain't Me, Babe". Glen & Peggy Lee duet on "Leaving On A Jet Plane".

    Comedy Sketches: Peggy Lee, Wally Cox, Neil Diamond and comics Patchett and Tarses (performing as nervous prospective fathers). Wally yodels with Glen and demonstrates classical whistling, Glen presednts excerpts from "Vicious Cycle", a spoof of motorcycling.moreless
  • January 11, 1970
    January 11, 1970
    Episode 15
    1/11/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Roger Miller, Henry Gibson and Caterina Valenti. Also appearing is Larry McNeeley and the Marty Paich Orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Roger Miller sings "Where Have All the Average People Gone". Roger Miller & Glen do a medley of Roger Miller songs. Glen sings "Down On The Corner". Concert Spot: "Love Of The Common People", "Unchained Melody" & "Dang Me". Glen & Caterina Valente duet on "La Bamba". Glen, Roger & Larry McNeeley perform "Mama Don't Allow". All (entire cast) join in for "Black Mountain Rag".

    Comedy Sketches: Glen presents the conclusion of "Blaze Glory", a Western movie satire. Meek Henry Gibson appears as Clark Kent. And everyone joins in a square dance.moreless
  • January 4, 1970
    January 4, 1970
    Episode 14
    1/4/70
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Walter Brennan, Joey Heatherton and comedian Norm Crosby.

    Musical Highlights: Joey sings, "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You". Walter performs, "Old Rivers". Glen sings, "Friend, Lover, Women, Wife", "Blackbird", "He" & "Green, Green Grass of Home". All join in for "Pop Goes The Weasel".

    Comedy Sketches: Norm discourses on American history and marital problems. Glen introduces "Blaze Glory", a satire on Westerns.

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  • December 21, 1969
    December 21, 1969
    Episode 13
    12/21/69
    10
    **Christmas Show**

    Glen's guests are Andy Griffith, Cher, Paul Lynde and Glen's wife Billie, and children Kelli, Travis and Kane were also on show.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Gotta Travel On", "Wichita Lineman" & "Galveston". Cher sings "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay". Glen & Cher duet on "Jingle Bells". Glen performs "cal Gas". Glen & His Family perform "There's No Place Like Home". All join in for a Christmas Medley of "Do You Hear What I Hear", "Joy To The World", & "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen".

    Comedy Skits: Andy Griffith computes the cost of items in "The 12 Days of Christmas". Paul Lynde plays a depressed Santa. Glen presents Part 1 of "Blaze Glory" a stop-action spoofing Westerns.moreless
  • December 10, 1969
    December 10, 1969
    Episode 12
    12/10/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Michele Lee, George Lindsey and Rick Nelson. Also appearing are The Ron Pondexter Dancers in a marching-band production number.

    Musical Highlights: Rick Nelson sings "She Belongs To Me". Michele Lee sings "The Look Of Love". Glen sings "I Walk The Line", "Blowin' In The Wind", "Mary In The Morning" & "I Believe". Glen & Michele Lee duet on "Happy Together".

    Comedy Sketches: Glen and George swap hometown stories.moreless
  • December 3, 1969
    December 3, 1969
    Episode 11
    12/3/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Tony Bennett, Lynn Kellogg and Gaylord & Holiday.

    Musical Highlights: Tony Bennett sings "MacArthur Park" & "Little Green Apples". Lynn Kellogg sings "The Last Thing On My Mind". Glen & Tony Bennett do a medley of Hank Williams Hits ("Cold,Cold Heart, Your Cheatin' Heart", "I Can't Help It", "Hey Good Lookin" and "Jambalaya"). Glen sings "Colors", "Here Comes The Sun" & "Without Her".

    Concert Spot: "If You Go Away" & "Cold December In Your Heart".

    Comedy Skit: Gaylord & Holiday - about a fugitive bank robber and a contest-mad gas station attendant.moreless
  • November 26, 1969
    November 26, 1969
    Episode 10
    11/26/69
    0.0
    Glen welcomes Flip Wilson, Jackie DeShannon and Glen's parents as guests for this Thanksgiving show.

    Musical Highlights: Jackie DeShannon sings "Love Will Find A Way". Jackie & Glen duet on "What the World Needs Now". Glen & Wes Campbell perform "Poor Married Man". Glen sings "Homeward Bound", "Both Sides Now", "The World I Used to Know" & "Try a Little Kindness". Mr. and Mrs. Wes Campbell (Glen's parents) do a duet "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine". Wes Campbell, Glen & Larry McNeeley perform "Turkey in the Stray" (with Wes Campbell playing guitar and harmonica).

    Comedy Sketches: Flip plays a saucy waitress serving a Thanksgiving dinner.moreless
  • November 19, 1969
    November 19, 1969
    Episode 9
    11/19/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Cher, Bob Newhart and Neil Diamond.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "Mystery Train", "By The Time I Get To Phoenix", "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay", "Y'All Come and "Up, Up and Away". Neil performs, "Holly Holy". Glen & Cher duet on "The First Time" & "All I Really Want to Do".

    Comedy Spot: Bob Newhart does his Pilgrims' caterer phone routine.

    Finale: Cher, Neil and Glen sing - Neil's Hits, "Thank the Lord for the Nightime", "Kentucky Woman", "Sweet Caroline", "Solitary Man" & "Brother Love's Travelin' Salvation Show".moreless
  • November 12, 1969
    November 12, 1969
    Episode 8
    11/12/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Tony Randall, The Lennon Sisters and Willie Nelson.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Walk Right In", "Crazy", "Nightlife" & "Funny How Time Slips Away". The Lennon Sisters perform a Love Medley. Willie Nelson sings "Take My Word". Glen & Willie duet on "Hello Walls". Glen & Lennon Sisters perform "Sugar, Sugar. Tony Randall (as Rudy Vallee) performs "I Want To Hold Your Hand". Glen closes with "Funny How Time Slips Away".

    Finale: A spoof of football musicals of the fortiesmoreless
  • November 5, 1969
    November 5, 1969
    Episode 7
    11/5/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Barbara Feldon, George Lindsey and Waylon Jennings.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "For Once In My Life", "I Will Always", "If I Were A Carpenter", "Waterloo", "Truck Drivin Man" & "Are You From Dixie". Waylon Jennings sings "MacArthur Park". Barbara Feldon sings "People Are Strange". George Lindsey sings "El Camino Real". Glen & Waylon duet on "Stop The World".

    Comedy Skit: Glen, Barbara and George do shetches picturing chaos aboard a crowded airplane, and the action at a truck drivers roadside cafe.moreless
  • October 29, 1969
    October 29, 1969
    Episode 6
    10/29/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Johnny Cash, Rich Little and Linda Ronstadt.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Wives & Lovers", "A New Place In The Sun", "Candy Man" & "The Folk Singer". Johnny Cash sings "See Ruby Fall". Linda Ronstadt sings, "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight".

    Comedy Skits: Glen, Johnny and Rich Little spoof "True Grit". Rich Little offers a tribute to Humphrey Bogart.

    Finale: A salute to railroads (music and vignettes about the railroad).moreless
  • October 22, 1969
    October 22, 1969
    Episode 5
    10/22/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Dionne Warwick, Roy Clark and Gaylord & Holiday. Plus regulars: Larry McNeeley; Denny Vaughn singers; Ron Poindexter dancers, Marty Paich orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Dionne Warwick sing "My Way" & "You've Lost That Lovin'Feelin'". Glen & Dionne duet on "Get Together". Roy Clark performs "Yesterday When I Was Young". Glen sings "Lodi", "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay", "Country Boy" & "Try a Little Tenderness".

    Comedy Sketches: Gaylord and Holiday (performing in sketches about an actor who becomes a frontier sheriff, and an airplane hijacker wrestling with a language problem.)

    Finale: Entire cast with Glen on a "virtual tour" of a small town, talking with it's residents.moreless
  • October 15, 1969
    October 15, 1969
    Episode 4
    10/15/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Don Ho, Cher, Cliff Arquette, Casey Anderson and Carlos Montoya.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "More/Somewhere", "Somewhere", "Didn't We" & "Straight Life". Cher sings "For What It's Worth". Don Ho sings "Tiny Bubbles", "Galveston" & "Ain't No Big Thing". Glen & Don Ho duet on "Pearly Shells" & "Girls of Summer". Casey Anderson does "In The Ghetto". Glen and Casey Anderson perform "Nashville Cats" & "Worried Man". All join in for "Aquarius".

    Comedy Skits: Cliff reads some gossipy tidbits from the Mount Idy newspaper. Carlos Montoya (comedian, not the "clasical guitarist")provides comic interludes by insisting on repairing Glen's guitar.moreless
  • October 8, 1969
    October 8, 1969
    Episode 3
    10/8/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are Tom Jones, Totie Fields and Jackie DeShannon. Plus regulars: Denny Vaughn singers; Marty Paich orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "I Can't Stop Lovin' You", "Dreams of the Everyday Housewife" & "Bird of Paradise". Jackie DeShannon sings "Put a Little Love in Your Heart". Tom Jones sings "The Bed" & "Hard to Handle". Glen and Jackie duet on "Elusive Dreams" & "Less of Me". Glen & Tom perform a Medley of Tom's Hits. Concert Spot with "Both Sides Now".

    Comedy Sketches: Totie Fields performs a comic ballet with the Ron Poindexter dancers.moreless
  • October 1, 1969
    October 1, 1969
    Episode 2
    10/1/69
    0.0
    Glen's guests are George Burns, Sarah Vaughn and Bill Medley. Plus regulars: Larry McNeeley, Denny Vaughn singers. Marty Paich conducts the orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings, "True Grit" & "Pave Your Way Into Tomorrow". Glen's concert spot, "Oh, What A Woman", "It's Over" & "Everybody's Talkin'". Sarah Vaughan sings "Didn't We". Bill Medley sings "Someone Standing Outside". Bill Medley, Sarah Vaughan, Glen perform "Proud Mary". Glen & Sarah duet on "Broken-Hearted Melody".

    Comedy Sketches: George does a soft-shoe routine with the Ron Poindexter dancers, and clips from the movie "True Grit" (in which Glen co-starred with John Wayne) form the background for Glen's singing of the title song.moreless
  • September 24, 1969
    September 24, 1969
    Episode 1
    9/24/69
    9.0
    Glen starts his second season with guests Barbara McNair, The Smothers Brothers and folk singer John Stewart.

    Musical Highlights: Glen sings "Try a Little Kindness", "Saturday at the World", "Scarborough Fair", "Jean" & "White Lightning". Barbara McNair sings "Love Has a Way" & "That Terrific Rainbow". John Stewart performs "Armstrong". Glen and Barbara duet on "Good Morning, Starshine". Glen and John Stewart duet on "Mother Country".

    Comedy Sketches: The Smothers Brothers spoof the ups and downs of their TV career. And everyone takes part in a royal court production number.moreless
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