The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters - Season 2

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(ended 1974)

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  • Eva Gabor guest
    Eva Gabor guest
    Episode 24
    2/4/74
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    Eva Gabor, Gary Crosby, singers Lynn Anderson and Gerri Granger are the guests. Improvisations include Jonathan portraying an eccentric artist and wacky shoe salesman. Lynn sings, "Danny's Song" and Gerri sings, "Add a Little Love".
  • Andy Griffith guest
    Andy Griffith guest
    Episode 23
    1/20/73
    0.0
    Andy Griffith, the Ding-a-Lings and singer Lance Legault are the guests. In a comedy highlight, Jonathan tells of spotting a UFO on his property. The Ding-a-Lings sing, "Good Vibrations" and Lance sings, "Put What You Want in the Can".
  • Bill Cosby guest
    Bill Cosby guest
    Episode 22
    1/5/74
    0.0
    Bill Cosby, country singer Charlie Rich and the Golddiggers are the guests. The comedy highlights include Jonathan's portrayal of Babe Ruth recalling some unusual moments in baseball history. Charlie sings "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" and the Golddiggers offer "Killing Me Softly with His Song".
  • Barbara Feldon guest
    9/1/73
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    Barbara Feldon takes a trip back in time when she visits her former high school teacher Maudie Frickett (Jonathan). Other guests include actor Robert Clary, country singer Charlie Rich who sings, "Behind Closed Doors" and pop singer Maureen McGovern who sings, "If I Wrote a Song". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • Robert Fuller guest
    Robert Fuller guest
    Episode 20
    9/1/73
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    Actor Robert Fuller ("Emergency!"), singers Lorna Luft (Judy Garland's daughter) and Maureen McGovern are the guests. Comedy includes an interview with legendary explorer Leif Ericson (Jonathan). Lorna sings, "When You Wish upon a Star" and Maureen sings, "I Won't Last a Day Without You". *Note: Copyright date, unknown airdate.
  • Glenn Ford guest
    Glenn Ford guest
    Episode 19
    9/1/73
    1.0
    Glenn Ford, Jim Backus, soul singer Lou Rawls and the Golddiggers are the guests. Comedy bits find Jonathan portraying an optician with a unique system of fitting glasses and a master of ceremonies at a small town movie premiere. Lou sings, "Send for Me" and the Golddinggers perform, "Hands". *Note: Copyright date, unknown airdate.moreless
  • Ken Berry guest
    Ken Berry guest
    Episode 18
    9/1/73
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    Ken Berry, Jayne Meadows, singers Lynn Anderson and Kay Dennis are the guests. Comedy highlights feature Jonathan as an overly suspicious mailman and a sensitive florist. Lynn sings, "Top of the World" and Kay sings, "You're All I Need to Get By". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Jackie Cooper guest
    Jackie Cooper guest
    Episode 17
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Jackie Cooper plays a Hollywood producer who's got some unexpected company coming an old war buddy (Jonathan) who's invited himself over. Folk singer John Stewart sings, "Durango" and singer Gerri Granger (sings, Hard Times". *Note: Copyright date, unknown airdate.
  • Janet Leigh guest
    Janet Leigh guest
    Episode 16
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Comedy from Janet Leigh and Robert Clary; and music by Maxine Weldon, and Andy and David Williams aka The Williams Brothers. Jonathan portrays a repairman, and an insurance investigator working on a theft case. Maxine sings, "All Around the World" and the Williams Brothers perform, "One More Time". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • Jack Paar guest
    Jack Paar guest
    Episode 15
    9/1/73
    0.0
    A switch for Jack Paar, when he becomes the interviewed guest of small-town talk-show host Elwood P. Suggins (Jonathan). Other guests include actor Ross Martin, soul group Staple Singers and pop singer Kay Dennis. The Staple Singers perform, "I Like These Things" and Kay sings, "Peaceful". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • Dick Martin guest
    Dick Martin guest
    Episode 14
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Dick Martin, singer O.C. Smith and the Golddiggers guest. Comedy includes a cub reporter's escapades and Chester Honeyhugger's (Jonathan) school report on X-rated movies. O.C. sings, "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" and the Golddiggers sing, "Ain't No Sunshine". *Note copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Chuck Connors guest
    Chuck Connors guest
    Episode 13
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Chuck Connors, Jo Ann Pflug, pop group Tony Orlando and Dawn and singer Maureen McGovern are the guests. Comedy: Jonathan as a helpful exterminator out to solve Jo Ann's mice problem. Maureen sings, "Morning After" and Tony Orlando and Dawn perform, "Lazy Susan".
  • Mike Connors guest
    Mike Connors guest
    Episode 12
    9/1/73
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    Mike Connors ("Mannix"), soul artist Lou Rawls and pop singer Vicki Lawrence are the guests. Comedy bits include an interview with Pancho Villa (Jonathan). Lou sings, "Morning Comes Around" and Vicki sings, "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Joe Namath guest
    Joe Namath guest
    Episode 11
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Joe Namath, the singing Ding-a-Ling Sisters and the Williams Brothers are the guests. For comedy, there's Joe attending a movie premiere in backwoods country. Musical fare includes "Four of a Kind" (Ding-a-Lings) and "Pretty Woman" (Williams Brothers). *Note Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Ricardo Montalban guest
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Ricardo Montalban, singer-composer Paul Williams and the singing Ding-a-Ling Sisters are the guests. For laughs, there's Ricardo as a matinee idol visiting spry Maudie (Jonathan) at the Old Actors' Home. Paul sings, "Old-fashioned Love Song" and the Ding-a-Ling Sisters sing,"Gotta Get You into My Life". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • Ted Knight guest
    Ted Knight guest
    Episode 9
    9/1/73
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    Ted Knight ("The Mary Tyler Moore Show"), the Golddiggers, singer Maxine Weldon and Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Merlin Olsen. Comedy includes a talk-show spoof and a sketch about a kidnapped football hero. Music includes "I Want to Be Happy". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor guest
    9/1/73
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    Zsa Zsa Gabor, actor McLean Stevenson ("M*A*S*H"), singer John Stewart and Tony Orlando and Dawn are the guests. The fun includes Zsa Zsa's encounter with an over-eager fireman. Songs include John sings, "Chilly Winds" and Tony Orlando and Dawn sing, "Jolie". *Note copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Donald O'Connor guest
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Donald O'Connor, Rosey Grier and the Golddiggers are the guests. Comedy finds Donald stuck with a country hick (Jonathan) for an understudy in his musical. Rosey sings, "Beautiful People" and the Golddiggers perform, "That Old Black Magic". *Note copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Wayne Newton guest
    Wayne Newton guest
    Episode 6
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Wayne Newton, Jo Ann Pflug, country singer Lynn Anderson, and the Staple Singers, soul artists, are the guests. Comedy features Jonathan in roles ranging from a way-out shrink to a hard-nosed traffic cop. Lynn sings, "Never Ending Love" and the Staple Singers do "Are You Sure?". *Note copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • George Kennedy guest
    9/1/73
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    George Kennedy does a comic portrayal of a Hollywood celebrity stuck in a small town during location filming. Also: Latin singer Charo who sings, "America", and Tony Orlando and Dawn, who perform "Knock Three Times". *Note: copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Andy Griffith guest
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Andy Griffith, singer-composer Paul Williams, and the Staple Singers, soul artists, are the guests. In a comedy bit, Andy finds himself trapped by a starstruck store proprietor (Jonathan) during a weekend fishing trip. Paul sings, "We've Only Just Begun" and the Staple Singers sing, "Be What You Are". *Note copyright date, airdate unknown.moreless
  • Bill Cosby guest
    Bill Cosby guest
    Episode 3
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Comedian Bill Cosby, Latin singer Charo and the Golddiggers are the guests. In a comedy sketch, Bill visits Aunt Maudie (Jonathan) at the Old Actors' Home. Charo sings, "Bshannah Nana Ah" and the Golddiggers perform "Tambourine". *Note Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Dan Rowan guest
    Dan Rowan guest
    Episode 2
    9/1/73
    0.0
    Dan Rowan, Lynn Anderson and the singing Ding-a-Ling Sisters are the guests. Comedy: Dan and Jonathan in a sketch about a blundering plumber. Lynn sings, "Sing About Love" and the Ding-a-Lings, "I Am Woman". *Note: Copyright date, airdate unknown.
  • Burt Reynolds guest
    9/1/73
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    Burt Reynolds, pop group Tony Orlando and Dawn and the Golddiggers are the guests. Burt joins Jonathan for an early-morning-talk-show spoof. Musical highlights include Tony Orlando and Dawn perform, "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" and The Golddiggers, "You'll Remember Me". *Note airdate is unknown, copyright date only.moreless
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