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Season 21, Episode 01 Young Rascals / Petula Clark / Red Skelton

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Sep 10, 1967
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Young Rascals / Petula Clark / Red Skelton Sep 10, 1967 Guests: --The Young Rascals - ""Groovin',"" ""A Girl Like You"" & ""How Can I Be Sure?"" --Petula Clark - ""I'll be Loving You Eternally"" & medley: ""Who Am I?"" ""Don't Sleep in the Subway"" & ""Cat in the Window"" --Red Skelton (stand-up routine) --Eddie Fisher - ""Mame"" & ""That Face"" (Buddy Hackett cameo on 2nd song) --Buddy Hackett (comedian) - does a Chinese waiter routine --The Great Carazini (comedian) Audience bows: Walter Winchell; Jerry Vale

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Season 21, Episode 02 The Doors / Yul Brynner / Rodney Dangerfield

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Sep 17, 1967
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The Doors / Yul Brynner / Rodney Dangerfield Sep 17, 1967 Guests: --The Doors - ""People are Strange"" & ""Light My Fire"" --Yul Brynner (actor, appearing with a musician) - perform ""Two Guitars"" (from Brynner's album)--Flip Wilson (stand-up comedian) --Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up comedy) --Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme - ""That's Love,"" ""Come Back to Me"" & medley: ""Anything Goes,"" ""Love For Sale,"" ""I Get A Kick Out Of You,"" ""You Do Something To Me,"" ""I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,"" ""Getting To Know You,"" ""Happy Talk"" & ""I've Got You Under My Skin"" --Eydie Gorme - ""Mame"" --Steve Lawrence - ""Too Fast, Too Soon"" --The Kessler Sisters (twins Alice & Ellen Kessler) - medley of Maurice Chevalier songs: ""Thank Heaven For Little Girls"" and ""Louise"" (A salute To Maurice Chevalier on his 79th birthday) --The Skating Bredos (from Sweeden) - man & woman speed skate in 6 ft. circle CBS repeated this show on 07-Jul-68.

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Season 21, Episode 03 Mamas & the Papas / Florence Henderson / John Byner

S21 E03

Sep 24, 1967
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Mamas & the Papas / Florence Henderson / John Byner Sep 24, 1967 --The Mamas and the Papas - ""Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon)"" --The Mamas and the Papas (later in show) - medley: ""Monday, Monday,"" ""I Call Your Name"" & ""California Dreamin'.""--Florence Henderson (actress-singer) - medley from ""Sound of Music"": ""My Favorite Things,"" ""Climb Every Mountain,"" ""Do-Re-Mi"" & ""The Sound of Music"" --Ed Ames (actor-singer) - sings ""My Cup Runneth Over"" & ""When The Snow Is On the Roses"" --John Byner (comedian) --Jorgen and Conny (balancers, acrobats from Sweeden) --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet)--Jack Carter (stand-up comedian)--Jean Claude (balancing act) --Audience bows: Ralph Pearl & Charlie McAddams (reporter & publisher of Las Vegas Sun) --Audience bows: Roberto Rossellini; Duane HackneyPlease see ""Recap"" for more details.

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Season 21, Episode 04 Nancy Sinatra / Peggy Lee / George Carlin

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Oct 1, 1967
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Nancy Sinatra / Peggy Lee / George Carlin Oct 1, 1967 Nancy Sinatra - ""Until It's Time for You to Go""--Nancy Sinatra, Peggy Lee, & Sergio Franchi - medley including ""Just One of Those Days,"" ""Why Don't You Do Right,"" ""These Boots are Made for Walkin',"" ""Falling Leaves"" & ""M'Lord"" --Peggy Lee - ""I Feel It"" & ""The More I See You""--Sergio Franchi - ""By Myself"" & ""Time Will Tell"" (in English & Italian)Other guests: --George Carlin (stand-up comedy: going to the movies, coming attractions) --Winners Of The 33rd Harvest Moon Ball --Gimma Brothers (comic acrobats, do tumbling wearing suits) --London Lee (stand-up comedian, tells jokes about show business) --Richiardi (magician)Audience bows: Ladies Auxiliary of the Polish Legion of Pine Island

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Season 21, Episode 05 Jimmy Dean / Wayne & Shuster / Joan Rivers

S21 E05

Oct 8, 1967
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Jimmy Dean / Wayne & Shuster / Joan Rivers Oct 8, 1967 Guests: --Jimmy Dean - country medley: ""Any Time,"" ""Born To Lose,"" ""Oh Lonesome Me,"" ""I Can't Stop Loving You"" and ""Jambalaya (On the Bayou)"" --Jimmy Dean & Rowlf - Jimmy jokes with Muppet Rowlf (dog puppet) --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedy: A pregnant Joan jokes about what her mother did & didn't tell her & finding & renovating housing in New York)--The Muppets (hairy monster eats technical talking machine) Jim Hensen cameo --Lana Cantrell - ""Stairway to Paradise"" & ""When You Wish Upon A Star"" --Jack E. Leonard (insult comedian: bashes Ed, insults Japanese pianist, dancers, etc.) -- Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) --Young Americans - ""Let In The Sunshine"" (filmed at playground) --Young Americans - medley of Meridith Wilson's best works: ""May The Good Lord Bless & Keep You,"" ""Pick A Little, Talk A Little,"" ""Gary Indiana,"" ""'til There Was You"" & ""Trouble In River City"" --Audience bows: Israeli Soccer team; Nobel Sisel & Harold Arlen

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Season 21, Episode 06 Lovin' Spoonful / Ethel Merman / David Frye

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Oct 15, 1967
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Lovin' Spoonful / Ethel Merman / David Frye Oct 15, 1967 Lovin' Spoonful - ""She's Still a Mystery"" & ""Only Pretty"" Other guests:--Ethel Merman - ""Riding High"" & ""This Is All I Ask"" --Sandler & Young (duo sings medley: ""Cabaret,"" ""76 Trombones,"" ""And The Band Played On..."")--David Frye (comedian doing impressions & political humor) --Tommy Cooper (comedian doing a bumbling magician act) --Corbett Monica (stand-up comedian) --Lado Dance Group (Traditional Yugoslav dance troupe doing the ""Bachelor's Dance"")Audience bows: Mrs. Lanza & Gov. Paul Laxalt; Lucera Tena (Flamenco dancer)Cameos: On stage at beginning of show: Lew Brock, Bob Gibson and Carl Yastremski (World Series Cardinals & Red Sox baseball players)

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Season 21, Episode 07 Lulu / Eddie Fisher / McGuire Sisters / Norm Crosby

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Oct 22, 1967
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Lulu / Eddie Fisher / McGuire Sisters / Norm Crosby Oct 22, 1967 Guests: --Lulu - ""To Sir With Love"" --Eddie Fisher - ""Let Me Sing And I'll Be Happy"" & ""If She Walked Into My Life"" --Stiller And Meara (sketch: man tries to tell his mother he's getting married) --Mike Douglas --The McGuire Sisters - ""One Kiss"" and French medley: ""Under Paris Skies,"" ""Dites Moi,"" ""Summer In Bordeaux,"" ""What Now My Love"" & ""Lucky Me"" --The McGuire Sisters - ""When the World Was Young"" and ""Free Again"" --Norm Crosby (stand-up comedy, routine: conservative youths vs. hippies) --Tommy Cooper (British comedian pretends to be a fumbling magician) --Ballet America (10 Couples In farm garb, not actually ballet) --Baby Opal (trained Elephant Act) --Audience bows: Fran Tarkenton; Hugh Lipsey; Josh Logan; Eli Wallach; Prince Mike Romonoff

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Season 21, Episode 08 The Cowsills / Polly Bergen / Don Ameche

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Oct 29, 1967
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The Cowsills / Polly Bergen / Don Ameche Oct 29, 1967 --The Cowsills - ""The Rain, the Park & Other Things"" & medley (""Monday, Monday,"" ""Sweet Taking Guy,"" ""Lonesome Me,"" ""Please Mr. Postman"" & ""Reach Out"") --Polly Bergen (""Once In A Lifetime"" & ""What The World Needs Now"") --Senor Wences (ventriloquist, various puppets) --Peter Nero (pianist with orchestra, ""Fiddler On The Roof"") --Myron Cohen (stand-up comedy) --Lou Alexander (stand-up routine: violence in fairy tales, contact lenses) --Noucha Doina (violinist with trio) --Peter Gennaro (dance segment, Halloween dance). --Scenes from ""Henry Sweet Henry"": Don Ameche playing a scene & Alice Playton singing ""Poor Little Person""Audience Bows: Paul Ford (Broadway star); Camille Bonano (""Miss By-Line"")

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Season 21, Episode 09 Shirley Bassey / Tony Bennett / Woody Herman Orchestra

S21 E09

Nov 5, 1967
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Shirley Bassey / Tony Bennett / Woody Herman Orchestra Nov 5, 1967 --Shirley Bassey - ""Don't Rain On My Parade"" & ""On A Clear Day"" --Tony Bennett - ""Broadway,"" ""Who Can I Turn To,"" ""Moment Of Truth"" and ""For Once In My Life"" --The Woody Herman Orchestra - ""Boogaloo""Additional guests (scheduled): --Rodney Dangerfield --Totie Fields --Allen & Rossi

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Season 21, Episode 10 The Turtles / Johnny Mathis / Joan Rivers

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Nov 12, 1967
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The Turtles / Johnny Mathis / Joan Rivers Nov 12, 1967 --The Turtles - ""Happy Together"" & ""She's My Girl""Complete show: --Lana Cantrell - ""Yes Sir, That's My Baby"" --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about being pregnant. --NY Harkness Ballet Co. - Spanish theme ballet --Gustafsons (magic act) - man & woman do a magic act using candles and scarves, and make things disappear. --Victor Lundberg - recites "" An Open Letter to My Teenage Son"" (a message to America's youth regarding the war in Vietnam) --Johnny Mathis - ""Sleigh Ride"" & ""Up-Up, and Away"" --Richard Hearne (British comedian) - dances and does pantomime --Audience bows: Johnny Weissmuller & Buster Crabbe--The Turtles - ""Happy Together"" & ""She's My Girl"" --Lana Cantrell - ""Love Is Stronger Far Than We""   --Shelley Berman (comedian) - tells jokes about embarrassing moments

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Season 21, Episode 11 The Supremes / The Temptations / Flip Wilson

S21 E11

Nov 19, 1967
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The Supremes / The Temptations / Flip Wilson Nov 19, 1967 --The Supremes - ""In & Out of Love,"" ""Thou Swell"" & ""Greensleeves"" --The Temptations - ""Hello Young Lovers"" & ""Don't Look Back"" --The Temptations & the Supremes (medley of each other's hits: Supremes – ""Get Ready,"" Temptations – ""Stop in the Name of Love,"" The Supremes – ""My Girl"" & Temptations – ""Baby Love"") --The Supremes & the Temptations - ""I Know I'm Losing You"" Other guests: --Flip Wilson (stand-up) --Kessler Twins (dressed as dance hall girls) - ""The Band Played On"" & ""Covers of the Police Gazette"" --Fernando Pasqualone (trumpet player) --Lewis & Christy (stand-up comedians) --Ivan & Astor (dance team) - apache dancers throw each other around --Audience bows: George Hamilton; William E. Galbraith --On film: a clip from the movie ""Dr. Doolittle"" with Rex Harrison singing ""Talk to the Animals""

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Season 21, Episode 12 The Beatles (on film) / Connie Francis / Al Hirt

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Nov 26, 1967
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The Beatles (on film) / Connie Francis / Al Hirt Nov 26, 1967 Guests: --The Beatles (on film) - ""Hello Goodbye"" promo --Connie Francis - ""Going Out Of My Head,"" ""Sunny"" & ""Impossible Dream"" --Al Hirt - ""Young Man with a Horn,"" ""The Happening"" & ""I Can't Get Started"" --Jane Morgan, Al Hirt, Doodletown Pipers - ""It Takes All Kinds Of Music,"" ""What'd I Say?"" & ""South Rampart Street Parade"" --John Byner (stand-up comedy) --Jane Morgan (singer) - ""Meditation"" & a medley of Edith Piaf songs --Doodletown Pipers (singers) - ""Rhythm of Life"" & a medley of rock 'n' roll songs --Morecambe & Wise (comedy team, trying to learn ventriloquism) Audience bows: Billy Rowe; Father Payton

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Season 21, Episode 13 Ray Charles & Billy Preston / Bill Dana

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Dec 3, 1967
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Ray Charles & Billy Preston / Bill Dana Dec 3, 1967 --Start of show --Ray Charles & Billy Preston - ""Double-O-Soul"" Commercials: Hai Karate; Pacquin Hand Cream --Ray Charles with Billy Preston (on organ) and the Raelettes - ""Yesterday"" & ""What'd I Say? Commercials: Lemon Pledge; Bravo Floor Wax --Jackie Kahane (comedian) - stand-up monologue (Re: NYC, bus & air travel) Commercial: Pepto Bismol --Frankie Fanelli (singer) - ""All I Ask"" --The Megners (balancing trio act from Poland) Commercial: Wind Song perfume; Ponds --Bill Dana (comedian) in character as Jose Jimenez, an Olympic athlete planning to participate in the '68 Olympics, interviewed by Ed.--The Blue Comets - ""Gagaku"" & ""Blue Chateau"" (Japanese Surf/psych band) --Audience bow: David Merrick --Carol Lawrence and Gordon MacRae (on film) - ""I Do! I Do!,"" ""I Love My Wife"" & ""My Cup Runneth Over"" (songs from the Broadway play ""I Do! I Do!"") Commercials: Nabisco Frozen Cookies; Nabisco Team Flakes Commercial --Grand Music Hall of Israel (musical

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Season 21, Episode 14 20th Anniversary Show: Gwen Verdon; Pearl Bailey; Robert Merrill

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Dec 10, 1967
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20th Anniversary Show: Gwen Verdon; Pearl Bailey; Robert Merrill Dec 10, 1967 Guests (20th Year Anniversary Show): --Pearl Bailey - ""Before The Parade Passes By"" with the ""Hello Dolly"" cast --Gwen Verdon - ""Nothing Can Stop Me Now"" --Alan King (stand-up comedian) --John V. Lindsay (NYC mayor) --Wayne & Shuster (comedy team) --Robert Merrill - ""Di Provenza"" --Los Ninos Contores De Murialdo (Cantores?) - ""Glory, Glory Hallelujah"" --The Emerald City pipe band of NYC's Police & Fire Dept. On this show, CBS renamed the theater ""The Ed Sullivan Theater."" NYC mayor John V. Lindsay officiated the unveiling of the theater's new marquee.

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Season 21, Episode 15 Spanky & Our Gang / Richard Pryor / Patti Page

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Dec 17, 1967
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Spanky & Our Gang / Richard Pryor / Patti Page Dec 17, 1967 Guests: --Spanky and Our Gang - ""Lazy Day"" & ""Sunday Morning"" --Patti Page - sings ""Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You"" & recites ""Child's Christmas Prayer"" --Richard Pryor --Joel Grey (railroad song medley) --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) --Topo Gigio --David Frye (comedian) --The Kim Sisters - ""Thoroughly Modern Millie"" --The Berlin Mozart Choir (thirty singers perform)

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Season 21, Episode 16 The Cowsills / Bobbie Gentry / George Carlin / Arthur Godfrey

S21 E16

Dec 24, 1967
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The Cowsills / Bobbie Gentry / George Carlin / Arthur Godfrey Dec 24, 1967 Guests: --The Cowsills - ""We Can Fly"" & Christmas song medley --Bobbie Gentry - ""Niki Hookey"" & ""I Wonder as I Wonder"" --George Carlin (stand-up comedy) --Arthur Godfrey & the Muppets - ""It's Christmas Tomorrow"" --Arthur Godfrey - ""The Secret Of Christmas"" --Peter Gennaro - ""What The World Needs Now"" --Gilbert Price - ""For Once In My Lifetime"" --The Little Angels Of Korea (play drums and dance with ribbons)

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Season 21, Episode 17 Jay & the Techniques / Buddy Rich / Miriam Makeba

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Dec 31, 1967
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Jay & the Techniques / Buddy Rich / Miriam Makeba Dec 31, 1967 --Jay and the Techniques - ""Keep the Ball Rolling"" --Miriam Makeba (singer from South Africa) - ""Pata Pata"" --Buddy Rich and his orchestra - ""Norwegian Wood"" (instrumental version of Beatles' song) --George Kirby (comedian) - celebrity impressions --Montego (sword balancer) - balances swords, juggles torches, tricycle tricks, etc. --Gianna D'Angelo - ""Una voce poca fa"" --Topo Gigio (Italian mouse puppet)Additional guests (scheduled to appear): --Rodney Dangerfield --Vikki Carr (singer) - ""It Must Be Him""

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Season 21, Episode 18 Dionne Warwick / Norm Crosby / Morecambe & Wise

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Jan 7, 1968
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Dionne Warwick / Norm Crosby / Morecambe & Wise Jan 7, 1968 Guests: --Dionne Warwick - ""I Say a Little Prayer"" & ""Battle Hymn of the Republic"" --The Young Americans - American medley (""Spoonful Of Sugar,"" ""Back In the Old Routine,"" ""Green Sleeves"" & ""Raindrops"") --Norm Crosby (stand-up comedy) --Julia Mead - ""Come Back To Me"" --Morecambe and Wise (British comedy team) --Sandler and Young - sing ""Boom Boom,"" ""Sunshine Days"" & ""Harmonize"" --Rasha And Tiby (dancers, Apache ballroom duo) --Ninon (Linon?) (clown, tightrope act). --Audience bows: Elsa Lanchester; Earl Wilson Jr.

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Season 21, Episode 19 Vanilla Fudge / scheduled: Duke Ellington; Flip Wilson

S21 E19

Jan 14, 1968
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Vanilla Fudge / scheduled: Duke Ellington; Flip Wilson Jan 14, 1968 Vanilla Fudge - ""You Keep Me Hangin' On""Other guests (scheduled): --Duke Ellington --Tammy Grimes --Buddy Greco --Flip Wilson --Davis & Reese

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Season 21, Episode 20 Johnny Mathis / Melvyn Douglas / Pert Kelton

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Jan 21, 1968
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Johnny Mathis / Melvyn Douglas / Pert Kelton Jan 21, 1968 Guests:--Johnny Mathis - ""Get Out of Town"" & ""At the Crossroads"" --Melvyn Douglas and Pert Kelton (actors) - appear in a comic scene from the Broadway play ""Spofford."" --John Byner (comedian) --Lana Cantrell - ""On the Good Ship Lollipop"" & ""Shadows of Our Love"" --Jack E. Leonard (comedian) --The Pickle Brothers (comedians) --Edward Villella and Patricia McBride (of the New York City Ballet) - perform a pas de deux from Asafieff's ""Flames of Paris"" Scheduled guests:--The Buckinghams - ""Susan"" & ""What Is Love"" (please see Notes below.) CBS repeated this episode on 01-Sep-1968. The Buckinghams were not listed on the repeat.

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Season 21, Episode 21 scheduled: Fifth Dimension; Al Martino; Nancy Ames

S21 E21

Jan 28, 1968
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scheduled: Fifth Dimension; Al Martino; Nancy Ames Jan 28, 1968 Scheduled guests: --The 5th Dimension - ""Up Up and Away,"" ""Carpet Man"" & ""Shake Your Tambourine"" --Al Martino --Nancy Ames - ""Can't Buy Me Love"" & ""What the World Needs Now Is Love"" --Carol Lawrence - ""What Is a Woman?"" & ""Stairway to Paradise"" --Wayne and Shuster (comedy team) --Corbett Monica (comedian) --Bob Bramson (hoop juggler) --The Trio Rennos (pole balancing act)

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Season 21, Episode 22 scheduled: Michele Lee; Stiller & Meara; Morecombe & Wise; Stu Gilliam

S21 E22

Feb 4, 1968
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scheduled: Michele Lee; Stiller & Meara; Morecombe & Wise; Stu Gilliam Feb 4, 1968 Scheduled guests: --Michele Lee (singer-actress) --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) --Jackie Vernon (comedian) --Sergio Franchi (opera singer) --Regina Resnik (opera singer) --Morecombe & Wise (comedy team) --Stu Gilliam (comedian) --Peter Gennaro (dancer) --Gil and Freddie Lavedo (acrobats)

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Season 21, Episode 23 Vincent Price / Eddie Albert / Lennon Sisters

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Feb 11, 1968
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Vincent Price / Eddie Albert / Lennon Sisters Feb 11, 1968 Guests: --Vincent Price --Eddie Albert (actor, performs a dramatic reading about Abraham Lincoln) --Morey Amsterdam --Totie Fields --Patricia Routledge (actress) - sings ""Not On Your Nellie"" --Roberta Peters (soprano) - ""Shadow Song"" (from Giacomo Meyerbeer's opera ""Dinorah"") --The Lennon Sisters - ""California Dreamin'"" & ""Where Are the Words?"" --Hendra & Ullett (comedy team) --Jimmy Nelson (ventriloquist) --Vaughn Bullivant (water-skier, on film?) --Les Dollies (unicycle act)

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Season 21, Episode 24 scheduled: Bobbie Gentry; George Chakiris; Jane Powell; Paul Mauriat

S21 E24

Feb 18, 1968
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scheduled: Bobbie Gentry; George Chakiris; Jane Powell; Paul Mauriat Feb 18, 1968 Scheduled guests: --Jane Powell --Bobbie Gentry --George Chakiris - ""West Side Story"" medley --Rodney Dangerfield --Paul Mauriat (pianist) - ""Love Is Blue"" --Will Jordan (comedian) --Franco Corelli (singer) --Jim Henson's Muppets

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Season 21, Episode 25 Gladys Knight & the Pips / Jackie Mason / Dinah Shore

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Feb 25, 1968
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Gladys Knight & the Pips / Jackie Mason / Dinah Shore Feb 25, 1968 --Gladys Knight & the Pips - medley (""The End of Our Road,"" ""And So Is Love"" and ""I Heard It Through the Grapevine"") --Dinah Shore - ""Oh, Lonesome Me,"" ""It's Over,"" ""Trains, Boats And Planes,"" and ""Oh, Lonesome Me"" (reprise). --Ed Ames - ""I Want To Be Free"" & ""Who Will Answer"" --Ed Ames and Dinah Shore - ""Sunrise, Sunset"" --Jackie Mason (stand-up comedy) --Ballet America (dancers perform to ""Mule Train"") --Andy Stewart (Scottish comedian wearing kilt - sings and does impression of Dean Martin) --The Bruskis (balancing act from Poland) Audience bows: Governor Stan Hathaway; Jane Morgan; Tony Bennett; Sheila Davis

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Season 21, Episode 26 scheduled: Lou Rawls; Alan King; Morecambe & Wise

S21 E26

Mar 3, 1968
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scheduled: Lou Rawls; Alan King; Morecambe & Wise Mar 3, 1968 Scheduled guests: --Lou Rawls --Alan King --Morecambe & Wise --Jack E. Leonard --J. Rivers --Sergio Franchi --D. Valery

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Season 21, Episode 27 Fifth Dimension / Liza Minnelli / Allen & Rossi

S21 E27

Mar 10, 1968
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Fifth Dimension / Liza Minnelli / Allen & Rossi Mar 10, 1968 Guests (broadcast from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas): --5th Dimension - ""Up-Up and Away"" & ""Monday, Monday"" --Liza Minnelli - ""You'd Better Sit Down, Kids,"" ""Certain Girl"" & ""Life of the Party"" --McGuire Sisters - ""Big Spender,"" ""Sound of Money"" & ""Here We Are in Las Vegas"" --Allen & Rossi (comedy team) --Theodore Bikel (actor & folk singer performing a scene from ""Fiddler on the Roof"") - ""If I Were a Rich Man"" --Jack Carter (comedian) --The Canestrellis (trampoline act)

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Season 21, Episode 28 The Bee Gees / Lucille Ball / George Hamilton

S21 E28

Mar 17, 1968
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The Bee Gees / Lucille Ball / George Hamilton Mar 17, 1968 Guests: --The Bee Gees - ""Words"" --Lucille Ball guest appearance: (1) Lucy (onstage) chats with Ed; (2) On film: ""Yours, Mine & Ours"" film clip with Henry Fonda; (3) Lucy introduces 18 children from "" Yours, Mine & Ours"" who sing.--George Hamilton - ""At The Crossroads"" & ""Dock Of The Bay"" --Stiller & Meara (comedy team) --Tony Sandler & Ralph Young - ""Cotton Fields"" --Fran Jeffries - ""Sunny"" medley --Fran Jeffries, Sandler & Young - ""Duet For Three"" --Jackie Kahane (stand-up comedian) --The Five Bearded Irishmen from Dublin (traditional Irish musicians) --Audience bows: Ross Hunter; Marine Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients (Vietnam)

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Season 21, Episode 29 Spanky & Our Gang / Supremes / Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood

S21 E29

Mar 24, 1968
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Spanky & Our Gang / Supremes / Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood Mar 24, 1968 Guests: --Spanky & Our Gang - ""I'd Like to Get to Know You"" --Diana Ross and the Supremes - ""Forever Came Today"" & Fats Waller medley (""Honeysuckle Rose,"" ""Ain't Misbehavin'"" & ""Keepin' Out of Mischief Now"") --Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood - ""Story Book Children"" --Nancy Sinatra - ""100 Years"" --Jimmy Dean - ""Little Thing Called Love"" & ""Sleeping Beauty"" --George Carlin (stand-up comedian) --Louis & Christy (comedy duo) --Charlie & Cairoli (comedy team, both play clarinets) --Dominique (illusionist) Audience bow: Franco Corelli, Del Insco, Jean Drapeau

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Season 21, Episode 30 Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / Frankie Laine / Charlton Heston

S21 E30

Mar 31, 1968
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Smokey Robinson & the Miracles / Frankie Laine / Charlton Heston Mar 31, 1968 Guests: --Smokey Robinson & the Miracles - medley (""I Second That Emotion,"" ""If You Can Want,"" ""Going To A Go-Go"" & ""Yesterday"") --Frankie Laine - ""To Each His Own"" & ""I Found You"" --Charlton Heston (1) reads from Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address (2) Later in show talks about ""Planet of the Apes"" with film clip. --Wayne & Shuster (comedians) - skit: parent-teacher meeting about violence on TV --Myron Cohen (stand-up comedian) --The Young Americans - ""Oklahoma"" medley --Peter Gennaro (dancer) - ""If I Were A Rich Man"" w/dancers --Baranton Sisters (foot jugglers who balance & spin tables) Audience bows: Richard Rodgers; Jerome Hines; Pearl Mesta & Earl Blackwell; Samuel Defalco CBS repeated this show on July 28, 1968.

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Season 21, Episode 31 scheduled: Eddie Albert, Norm Crosby, Joan Rivers

S21 E31

Apr 14, 1968
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scheduled: Eddie Albert, Norm Crosby, Joan Rivers Apr 14, 1968 Scheduled guests: --Eddie Albert --Norm Crosby --Joan Rivers --Sergio Franchi --Shirley Verrett --Montford Mission

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Season 21, Episode 32 Tom Jones / Patty Duke / Totie Fields / The Muppets

S21 E32

Apr 21, 1968
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Tom Jones / Patty Duke / Totie Fields / The Muppets Apr 21, 1968 Guests: --Tom Jones - ""It's Not Unusual,"" ""Danny Boy"" & ""Delilah"" --Patty Duke - ""Dona, Dona"" (with dancers) & ""And We Were Strangers"" --The Muppets - female frog (Kermit wearing a wig) sings ""I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face"" --Your Fathers Moustache (Dixieland band) --Totie Fields (comedian) - sings ""I'm Perfect"" and pokes fun at audience members. --Richard Hearne (English comedian, a.k.a. ""Mr. Pastry"") - demonstrates ""The Passing Out Ceremony"" (a drinking & dancing ritual using two chairs). Ed appears on camera for entire skit, telling Mr. Pastry which drink is in which glass --Pavel (magic act) --Audience bows: Capain Geoff Mitchell & other Captains; Major General William J. Sutton; Kevin Robinson

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Season 21, Episode 33 Richard Harris / Ella Fitzgerald / Stiller & Meara

S21 E33

Apr 28, 1968
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Richard Harris / Ella Fitzgerald / Stiller & Meara Apr 28, 1968 Guests: --Ella Fitzgerald - ""Can't Buy Me Love"" & ""Mr. Paganini"" (with 3 man combo) --Richard Harris - ""Camelot"" & ""Didn't We"" --George Carlin (comedy sketch) - Carlin plays a politician interviewed on ""Meet the Candidate."" --Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (stand-up comedy) - do a routine about a high school reunion--Milt Kamen (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about living in New York --Doodletown Pipers (singers) - ""With A Little Help From My Friends"" & medley ("" What The World Need Now"" & ""For What Its Worth"") --Ma Chung (violin playing prodigy) Audience bows: Joel Grey (then appearing on Broadway's ""George M. Cohan""); Cheryl Ann Patton (Miss USA from Florida); Clifton Daniel & sons

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Season 21, Episode 34 80th Birthday salute to Irving Berlin: Diana Ross & Supremes; Bing Crosby

S21 E34

May 5, 1968
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80th Birthday salute to Irving Berlin: Diana Ross & Supremes; Bing Crosby May 5, 1968 80th Birthday salute to Irving Berlin (90-minute episode) Guests: --Diana Ross & the Supremes - ""Always"" --Diana Ross & the Supremes with Ethel Merman - Irving Berlin medley (""Say It With Music,"" ""It's A Lovely Day Today,"" ""Heat Wave"" ""Say It Isn't So"") --Bing Crosby - spoken tribute to Irving Berlin & sings medley of Berlin songs (""Sweet Marie from Sunny Italy,"" ""Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon,"" ""The International Rag,"" & ""Alexander's Ragtime Band"") & ""I'm Dreaming Of A White Christmas"" (film clip & live on stage).--Bob Hope (stand-up, Bob salutes Irving Berlin) --Ethel Merman - Berlin medley (""Sunshine,"" ""I Got Lost In His Arms,"" ""Anything You Can Do,"" ""They Say It's Wonderful"") --President Johnson (on tape, wishes Irving Berlin a Happy 80th birthday) --Harry James (medley of dance tunes)--Robert Goulet & Harry James - ""Marie"" --Fred Waring & The Pennsylvanians - ""Give Me Your Tired"" --Robert Goulet, Fred Waring & the Pennsylvanians - ""I Used To Play It By Ea

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Season 21, Episode 35 Gary Puckett and the Union Gap / Richard Pryor / Rodney Dangerfield

S21 E35

May 12, 1968
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Gary Puckett and the Union Gap / Richard Pryor / Rodney Dangerfield May 12, 1968 --Gary Puckett and the Union Gap - ""Lady Willpower"" & ""Young Girl"" Other guests: --Richard Pryor (stand-up comedy) - imitates his mother and grandmother, talks about getting revenge on the neighborhood bully. --Rodney Dangerfield (stand-up, doing his ""No Respect"" routine) --Diahann Carroll - ""At The Crossroads"" & ""Elusive Butterfly"" --David Frye (comedy, impressions of William F. Buckley, Presidents Nixon, Johnson, RFK.)--Shani Wallis - ""Alfie"" & ""High"" --Jay Marshall (ventriloquist) --Young Americans - ""Happiness"" & medley (""A Spoonful of Sugar,"" ""Back In the Old Routine Minute Waltz,"" ""Green Sleeves,"" and ""Raindrops"") --Audience bows: Leonard Sillman, Imogene Coca, Capt. Robert F. Foley

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Season 21, Episode 36 Fifth Dimension / Joel Gray / Joan Rivers / Morey Amsterdam

S21 E36

May 19, 1968
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Fifth Dimension / Joel Gray / Joan Rivers / Morey Amsterdam May 19, 1968 Fifth Dimension - ""On Broadway"" & ""Stoned Soul Picnic"" Other guests:--Joel Grey - scene from ""George M"" --Joan Rivers (stand-up comedian, topics: marriage, weight, the beach) --Morey Amsterdam (stand-up comedy) --Jane Morgan - ""What Now My Love"" --London Lee (stand-up comedian: plays the trumpet badly) --The West Point Glee Club - ""Sons Of A Different Time""Audience bows: Major General Donald Bennett; Angel Cordero, Jr.; President Marcos' Children Ferdinand & Maria Marcos

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Season 21, Episode 37 Spanky & Our Gang / Nancy Sinatra / Mike Douglas

S21 E37

May 26, 1968
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Spanky & Our Gang / Nancy Sinatra / Mike Douglas May 26, 1968 Guests: --Nancy Sinatra - ""Sock It To Me Sunshine"" & ""This Girl's In Love With You"" --Spanky & Our Gang - ""Three Ways from Tomorrow"" --Mike Douglas - ""Talk To the Animals"" & ""Why Did I Choose You"" --Scoey Mitchell (stand-up comedian, topics: taxes, races, relations) --The Muppets (one worm gets another to dance, Jim Henson cameo)--Henra & Ullett (stand-up comedy; routine set at the UN) --Bobby Remson (Ransen?) - stand-up comedy routine --Lucera Tena (attractive Spanish dancer, from Madrid) --Trio Rennos (three acrobats from Italy) --Audience bow: Tony Bennett --Audience bows: a group of wounded Vietnam Veterans.

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Season 21, Episode 38 20th Anniversary Show - scheduled: Alan King; Jerry Vale; Lana Cantrell

S21 E38

Jun 2, 1968
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20th Anniversary Show - scheduled: Alan King; Jerry Vale; Lana Cantrell Jun 2, 1968 20th Anniversary ShowScheduled guests: --Alan King --Jerry Vale - ""My Love, Forgive Me"" --Lana Cantrell - ""Honey"" & ""How Can I Be Sure? --Sue Carson (comedian) --Norm Neilson (magician) --Mr. Jiggs (trained monkey)

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Season 21, Episode 39 Robert F. Kennedy Tribute - Dionne Warwick; Duke Ellington; Charlton Heston

S21 E39

Jun 9, 1968
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Robert F. Kennedy Tribute - Dionne Warwick; Duke Ellington; Charlton Heston Jun 9, 1968 Tribute Show - National Day Of Mourning for Robert F. Kennedy --Dionne Warwick - ""The Battle Hymn of the Republic"" --Duke Ellington - ""David Dance Before the Lord"" (tap dancer Bunny Briggs plays David) --Charlton Heston - reads Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address --Richard Harris - ""Camelot"" --Ed Ames - ""Who Will Answer?"" --Kate Smith - ""Lord's Prayer"" --Robert Goulet - ""The Impossible Dream"" --Sergio Franci - ""You'll Never Walk Alone"" (with Welsh Choir) --West Point Glee Club - ""America the Beautiful"" (poem) --Shirley Verrett - ""Oh, Glory"" --Doodletown Pipers - ""What The World Needs Now Is Love"" & ""For What It's Worth""--McNiff Irish Dancers (dancers perform traditional Irish Step Dance)

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