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The Carol Burnett Show – season 1, episode 1

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show season 1
The Carol Burnett Show – season 1, episode 1 – guest star Jim Nabors, originally aired September 11, 1967 In this very first episode of The Carol Burnett Show, Jim Nabors is the very first guest star. Going forward, Carol Burnett considered him to be “lucky”, and had...
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Carol Burnett and Friends – Season 6, episode 23

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show season 1
Carol Burnett and Friends – Guests William Conrad and Isabel Sanford, originally aired March 17, 1973 This episode of Carol Burnett and Friends include a series of short television spoofs: “Broad” – a parody of the then-popular sitcom, Maude. The sanctimonious Broad interviews a new “domestic engineer” (maid)...
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The Twilight Zone season 3

The Twilight Zone season 3
Synopsis of The Twilight Zone season 2 Classic episodes — among them “The Shelter,” where a neighborhood shows their true selves in their fear of an atomic war, and “It’s a Good Life,” in which a boy controls his entire town – a very creepy performance by Billy...
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Night Gallery season 3 [Rod Serling]

Night Gallery season 3 episode guide
Night Gallery season 3 – The Night Gallery concludes its third season of stories of the macabre with som outstanding episodes. As well as with some of the great actors of the day, including Vincent Price, Bill Bixby, Mickey Rooney, Raymond Massey, and more.
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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show Volume One

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show season 1
The Best of The Carol Burnett Show Volume One contains 15 episodes for the 6th & 7th seasons (1972-1973). These episodes feature uproarious guest appearances from Carl Reiner, Lily Tomlin, Tim Conway, Jack Gilford, John Byner, Andy Griffith and Helen Reddy. Fan favorite sketches include “Rebecky” (the movie...
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The Twilight Zone season 2

The Twilight Zone season 2
Synopsis of The Twilight Zone season 2 Classic episodes — among them “Eye of the Beholder,” in which a disfigured woman undergoes surgery, and “Long Distance Call,” in which a boy calls a deceased relative — stand out in The Twilight Zone Season 2 of creator Rod Serling’s...
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