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The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967)

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967)


Variety series starring the comedic siblings that caused much controversy in its day due to its battles with CBS censors. Upset and tired over this battle, the Smothers Brothers would end up canceling themselves rather than bow to censorship.
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Episode Info

Final: 3x25 -- Show #71 (Apr/27/1969)



Cast
Tom Smothers
As Himself
Dick Smothers
As Himself
Bob Einstein
As Officer Judy (1967-1969)
Jennifer Warren
As Regular Performer (1968-1969)
Leigh French
As Regular Performer (1967-1969)
Lorenzo Music
As Regular Performer as Jerry Music (1968-1969)
Pat Paulsen
As Regular Performer
Peter Cullen
As Announcer (1967-1970)
Sally Struthers
As Regular Performer (1970)
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Crew

Executive Producer: Ken Fritz
Producer: Ernest Chambers, Allan Blye, Saul Ilson, George Sunga
Associate Producer: Nannette Eiland
Editor: Peter Silver
Music: Nelson Riddle
Costume Designer: Ronald V. Barry
Production Coordinator: Ken Kragen
Art Director: Ramon Johnston

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Recurring Guests

Glen Campbell (6 eps)
David Frye (5 eps)
Tony Randall (4 eps)
Gino Conforti (4 eps)
Nanette Fabray (4 eps)
Steve Martin (4 eps)
Nancy Sinatra (4 eps)
Moms Mabley (3 eps)
Bette Davis (3 eps)
Robert Morse (1) (3 eps)

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Warning: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: February 05, 1967
Ended: June 08, 1969
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