The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1969
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour is an American network television music and comedy variety show hosted by singer Glen Campbell from January 1969 through June 1972 on CBS. He was offered the show after he hosted a 1968 summer replacement for The Smothers... read more

The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour is an American network television music and comedy variety show hosted by singer Glen Campbell from January 1969 through June 1972 on CBS. He was offered the show after he hosted a 1968 summer replacement for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Campbell used "Gentle on My Mind" as the theme song of the show. The show was one of the few rural-oriented shows to survive CBS's rural purge of 1971.

Original Release

01/29/1969 on CBS

Cast

Glen Campbell Himself - Host
Marty Paich Himself - as the Marty Paich Orchestra
John Hartford
Larry McNeeley Himself
John Hartford Himself - Backup Musician
Jerry Reed Himself
Roger Carroll Himself - Announcer
Glen Campbell Himself
Mike Curb Congregation Themselves
Anne Murray Herself
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 John Wayne, Carol Burnett, Tim Conway, Three Dog Night Tuesday, 14 September 1971
2 Bob Hope, Dionne Warwick, Eddie Mayehoff, the Smothers Brothers Tuesday, 21 September 1971
3 Lucille Ball, Arte Johnson, Anne Murray, Bread Tuesday, 28 September 1971
4 The 42nd Annual Photoplay Awards Tuesday, 05 October 1971
5 Hawaii Tuesday, 19 October 1971
6 Songs of the Fifties with David Cassidy, Little Richard, Jerry Reed, Dom DeLuise, Buffalo Bob Smith & Howdy Doody Tuesday, 26 October 1971
7 Sonny & Cher, Tony Randall Tuesday, 02 November 1971
8 Andy Griffith, Paul Lynde, Lucie Arnaz Tuesday, 09 November 1971
9 Petula Clark and Arte Johnson Tuesday, 16 November 1971
10 Lynn Anderson, Dom DeLuise, Ken Berry Tuesday, 23 November 1971
11 Paul Anka, Paul Lynde, Jerry Lee Lewis, Anne Murray, John Byner Tuesday, 30 November 1971
12 Valerie Harper, Paul Lynde, and The Raiders Tuesday, 14 December 1971
13 Christmas Show with Pat Boone & Family, Dom DeLuise & Family and Glen's Family Tuesday, 28 December 1971
14 Totie Fields, Dom DeLuise, the Osmond Brothers Tuesday, 04 January 1972
15 Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Freddie Hart, Jerry Reed, Minnie Pearl Tuesday, 11 January 1972
16 Shirley Jones and Paul Lynde Tuesday, 18 January 1972
17 Barbara Eden, Dom DeLuise, Jerry Reed, Clark and Marilyn Tuesday, 25 January 1972
18 Buddy Hackett, The Mike Curb Congregation, John Byner Tuesday, 01 February 1972
19 Sally Struthers, Dom DeLuise, Roger Miller Tuesday, 08 February 1972
20 Robert Goulet, Lola Falana, Dom DeLuise Tuesday, 15 February 1972
21 Arte Johnson, Anne Murray, Jerry Reed Monday, 28 February 1972
22 Milton Berle, Dom DeLuise, Freda Payne Tuesday, 07 March 1972
23 Jim Nabors, Helen Reddy, Shecky Greene, Jeannine Burnier, the Four Leaves Tuesday, 14 March 1972
24 Dom DeLuise, Anne Murray, Jerry Reed and Glen's parents Tuesday, 21 March 1972
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Directors

Jack Shea, Marty Pasetta, John Beam

Writers

Steve Martin, Rich Eustis, Sandy Krinski, Al Rogers, John Hartford, Coslough Johnson, Ray Jessel, Frank Shaw, Marty Leshner, George Yanok, Jeff Harris, Bernie Kukoff, Gordon Farr, Elias Davis, Bob Arnott, Jack Burns, David Pollock, Larry Murray, Michael Elias, Bob Hudson, David Pollack

Cast

Glen Campbell Himself - Host
Marty Paich Himself - as the Marty Paich Orchestra
John Hartford
Larry McNeeley Himself
John Hartford Himself - Backup Musician
Jerry Reed Himself
Roger Carroll Himself - Announcer
Glen Campbell Himself
Mike Curb Congregation Themselves
Anne Murray Herself
Dom Deluise Himself
Ron Poindexter Himself - as the Ron Poindexter Dancers
Pat Paulsen Himself
Paul Lynde Himself
Mel Tillis Himself
Denny Vaughn Himself - as the Denny Vaughn Singers
R.G. Brown Himself
Shecky Greene Himself
John Byner Himself
Dionne Warwick Herself

Producers

Nick Sevano Executive Producer
Ken Fritz Executive Producer
Tom Smothers Executive Producer
Rich Eustis Producer
Jack Shea Producer
Al Rogers Producer
Roger Gimbel Producer
Jerry McPhie Producer
Cecil Tuck Producer
Howard Rothberg Producer
Tom Cochran Producer
Launa Newman Producer

Editors

Peter W. Silver, Jay Cook, James E. Brady

1972 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Musical or Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Musical or Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design: For a Variety Single Program Nominated
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