The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour - Season 2

CBS (ended 1972)


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Episode Guide

  • March 29, 1970
    March 29, 1970
    Episode 26
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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.

  • December 21, 1969
    December 21, 1969
    Episode 13
    **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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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