Hee Haw

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Premiering on CBS in 1969 and running twenty years in syndication, is one of the longest running shows in Hee Haw TV history and was a top 20 show on CBS. A unique blend of country-themed skits and musical stars, Hee Haw introduced fictional Kornfield... read more

Premiering on CBS in 1969 and running twenty years in syndication, is one of the longest running shows in Hee Haw TV history and was a top 20 show on CBS. A unique blend of country-themed skits and musical stars, Hee Haw introduced fictional Kornfield Kounty and Southern humor to millions of households. and Roy Clark, Buck Owens hosted the comedy hour that proved music and laughter are the best medicine. Features Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn et al.

Original Release

06/15/1969 on CBS

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Cast

# Title Air Date
3 Episode #23.3 Saturday, 18 January 1992
8 Episode #23.8 Saturday, 22 February 1992
15 Episode #23.15 Saturday, 11 April 1992
16 Episode #23.16 Saturday, 18 April 1992
21 Episode #23.21 Saturday, 23 May 1992
22 Episode #23.22 Saturday, 30 May 1992
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Directors

Bill Davis, Bob Boatman

Writers

Gordie Tapp, Archie Campbell, Frank Peppiatt, Bud Wingard, John Aylesworth, Tom Lutz, Donald Harron, George Yanok, Jack Burns, Pat Buttram, Stan Ascough

Creators

John Aylesworth, Frank Peppiatt

Cast

Roy Clark Himself - Host
Buck Owens Himself - Host
Gunilla Hutton Herself
Grandpa Jones Himself
Archie Campbell Himself
Misty Rowe Herself
Gailard Sartain Himself
Junior Samples Himself
Gordie Tapp Himself
Cathy Baker Herself
Lisa Todd Herself
Donald Harron Charlie Farquharson (as Don Harron)
Jimmy Riddle Himself (as Riddle & Phelps)
Jackie Phelps Himself (as Riddle & Phelps)
The Nashville Edition Themselves - Background Singers
Minnie Pearl Herself - Comedienne
Minnie Pearl Herself
Lisa Todd Sunshine Cornsilk
Barbi Benton Herself
Junior Samples Himself (as Alvin 'Junior' Samples)

Producers

Frank Peppiatt Executive Producer
John Aylesworth Executive Producer
Sam Lovullo Producer
Bill Davis Producer
Frank Peppiatt Producer
John Aylesworth Producer

Editors

Jack Calaway, Bill Kendall, Barney Robinson, Jefferey Bass

1971 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing Won
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