The Smothers Brothers comedy hour the best of season 3
|Availability:||Available at 4 Libraries 6 of 7 copies|
SummaryPresents many segments from the series censored by CBS and never seen on network TV.
Contentsdisc 1. Show 202, original air date: September 29, 1968 with guests: Harry Belafonte, Mama Cass Elliot, and Rosey Grier; Show 212, original air date: December 8, 1968 with guests: Bob Newhart; Show 213, original air date: December 15, 1968 with guests: The Doors, George Carlin; Show 219, original air date: February 16, 1969 with guests: Liberace, David Frye
disc 2. Show 209, original air date: November 17, 1968 with guests: George Harrison, Donovan, Dion; Show 216, original air date: January 19, 1969 with guests: Jackie Mason, Ray Charles; Show 221, original air date: March 2, 1969 with guests: Joey Bishop, Judy Collins, Jonathan Winters; Show 225, original air date: April 13, 1969 with guests: The Ike & Tina Turner Revue, and Mason Williams
disc 3. Show 223, original air date: March 30, 1969 with guests: Jackie Mason, Joan Baez; Show 226, never aired with guests: Dan Rowan, David Steinberg, and Nancy Wilson; Show 227, original air date: April 20, 1969 with guest, Anthony Newley
disc 4. Show 205, original air date: October 20, 1969 with guests: Pat Paulsen for President.
Political satire, American.
|Publisher|| [Hollywood, Calif.] :Comedic Productions :2008
[Distributed by] Time-Life,
CBS Television Network.
Tom Smothers, Dick Smothers.
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour produced by Allan Blye, George Sunga, directed by Tom Kiley, Marty Pasetta. DVD produced by Paul Brownstein.
Television series originally aired on television between 1968-1969. Includes show 226, aired in 1993.
Special features: interviews with Harry Belafonte, Bob Newhart, Allan Blye, John Densmore, Chuck Braverman, and Rob Reiner; "A New Fable for Our Time" featurette; rehearsal footage shot by "60 Minutes"; 1969 Emmy Awards clip; photo gallery; CBS documents (disc 1) ; interviews with Judy Collins, and Bob Einstein; special feature "Mom Always Liked You Best"; Dr. Benjamin Spock interview; photo gallery; CBS documents (disc 2) ; interviews with Joan Baez, Jackie Mason and David Steinberg; exerpts from Tom and Dick's press conference after CBS cancels the show; Jackie Mason dress rehearsal; Joan Baez dress rehearsal and alternate performance; episode promos; Smothers Brothers 2000 reunion at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado; LBJ letters; Donald Rumsfeld "Department of Peace" letter; CBS documents; photo gallery; Tom's final reflections (disc 3) ; Robert F. Kennedy with Pat Paulsen and Tom: never-before-available outtakes from the "Pat Paulsen for President" special; interview outtakes from special: Woody Allen, David Frye, Eddie Fisher, Paul Hornung, Robert Morse, Nancy Ames, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara; Pat Paulsen at the White House; Pat Paulsen at the 1968 Democratic National Convention; Pat Paulsen comedy club act at the Pierce Street annex, Anchorage, Alaska (March 31, 1992); E! Intro segment to "Pat Paulsen for President"; photo gallery; "Pat Paulsen's Malignant Humor": Pat's personal notes from his fight with cancer; at Paulsen's Memorial humor (disc 4).
4 videodiscs (approximately 840 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (16 pages)