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Tony Orlando and Dawn – The Ultimate Collection DVD

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND THE NEW DVD! (Released September 13, 2005) Click here to purchase

They sold over 70 million records between 1970 - 1977, with three #1 songs and 2 American Music Awards. Their signature tune - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" has become somewhat of an anthem in not only welcoming soldiers home from war, but also as a symbol of hope for the return of missing persons. In 1974, Tony Orlando & Dawn's already huge recording career morphed into a hit weekly CBS-TV variety show, the result of a very successful 4-week summer replacement run. Originating as The Tony Orlando & Dawn Show and ending as The Tony Orlando & Dawn Rainbow Hour, the show received strong ratings and further endeared Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent in the hearts of America. Never before available on any home video format, this is first and only Tony Orlando & Dawn video collection of any kind - in living, digitally remastered color! You're gonna Knock Three Times for this one!

FEATURED MUSICAL PERFORMANCES:

  • Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree
  • Knock Three Times
  • He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)
  • Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose
  • Who's In the Strawberry Patch With Sally
  • Steppin' Out (Gonna Boogie Tonight)
  • Look In My Eyes Pretty Woman
  • Cupid
  • And Many More!

DVD EXTRAS:

  • Tony Orlando on The Tonight Show with guest host Freddie Prinze
  • Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent in a segment from the show Fridays with Don Novello as "Father Guido Sarducci & Dawn"
  • A clip from The Carol Burnett Show: a parody with Harvey Korman as "Tony" and Carol Burnett & Vicki Lawrence as "Dawn"
  • Tony Orlando & Dawn Video Jukebox
  • And More!

These highlights from the 1974-1977 CBS variety show are a virtual who's-who of Hollywood legends, including Jackie Gleason, Danny Thomas, Jerry Lewis, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Phyllis Diller, Joey Bishop, Anne Meara, Dom Deluise and more. Also included are 70s favorites Freddie Prinze, George Carlin, Ted Knight, Georgia Engel, Loretta Swit, Ruth Buzzi and Adrienne Barbeau. Also featured are musical guests Alice Cooper and Neil Sedaka, plus Baseball great Hank Aaron and one entire show with the gang from Hee Haw!

It's classic 70s TV Variety - a true slice of pop culture! Relive the hilarious comedy sketches when Telma and Joyce cut loose as "Lou Effy and Moreen"! Watch as Tony lives out his fantasies of being a Kung Fu master, a Glam Rocker, Sinatra, Elvis and others. And don't forget the show's weekly finale out in the audience...you never know who Tony will embarrass next!

Variety Hour Show Listing

Series Starting July 3, 1974
Winter Replacement Series
Fall 1975 – 1976 Series
Rainbow Hour



Series Starting July 3, 1974

Original CBS Airdate: July 3, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest stars: Loretta Swit and Rosy Grier
Opening Song: "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree"
Sketch: "Twas the Night Before the 4th of July" - Starring: Tony, Rosy and Loretta
Song: Medley - "Anyone Who Had A Heart/Walk on By/Make It Easy on Yourself/Breakin' 
Up Is Hard To Do" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "Oh My My" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Get A Job" - Starring: Telma and Joyce
Sketch: "Applying For A Job" - Tony
Sketch: "Most Oppressed" -Starring: The Entire cast
Tony's Fantasy: Shaft - Song: "Shaft" - Starring: Tony and Dawn
Song: "You're Cute" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Rosy
Song: "If" - Performed by: Tony
Song: "Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "Parody of Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Starring: Tony and Loretta
Concert Spot: "Amen/He's Got the Whole World In His Hands/Oh Happy Day/I Believe in Music"


Original CBS Airdate: July 10, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest stars: Lloyd Bridges and Charo
Opening Song: "Who's In the Strawberry Patch With Sally"
Song/Comedy Routine: "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer/Sweet Adeline" - Starring: Tony, Telma, Joyce and Lloyd
Song: "Rock A Bye Baby/Rock and Roll Baby" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "Quando Caliente El Sol" Tony (Spanish) Charo (English)
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Inflation" - Starring: Telma and Joyce
Sketch: "The Inflation Rag" - Tony
Sketch: "Dance Lessons" Tony, Telma and Joyce
Song: "Love Train" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce
Song: "Something" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: "Boom Boom Bill Bailey" - Starring: Tony and Lloyd
Concert Spot: "La Bamba/Twist and Shout/Hey Jude"


Original CBS Airdate: July 17, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest stars: Jimmie "J.J." Walker, Shari Lewis and Karen Morris (America's Jr. Miss 1974)
Opening song: "Steppin' Out, Gonna Boogie Tonight"
Sketch: "Hushpuppy Gets A Divorce" - Starring: Tony, Shari and Hushpuppy
Song: "Touch Me in the Morning" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Sketches: "The Late Show"
A) Chunky Checker - Starring: Tony
B) Lou Effy and Moreen - "Man From Bad" - Starring - Telma and Joyce
C) "Rip-off Career School" - Jimmie Walker
Sketch: The Merry Mailman - Tony, Telma and Joyce read their fan mail.
Song: "Will It Go 'Round in Circles" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Song: "You Say The Sweetest Things" - Performed by: Tony and Karen Morris
Song: "The Twelve Days of Summer" - Performed by: Tony, Shari and the cast
Concert Spot: "Love Music/Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's hand)/Joy to the World/Aquarius-Let the Sunshine In"


Original CBS Airdate: July 24, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: JoAnne Worley
Special Guest Star: Will Geer
Opening Song: "Candida"
Song: "He's Making the Best of a Bad Situation" - Performed by: Tony and Will
Sketch: "The Plant Lady" - Starring: JoAnne Worley
Song: "When You Wish Upon A Star/Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Musical Sketch: "The Fabulous Fifties" Songs: "Theme from Davy Crockett/Who Put the Bop in the Bop Shoo Bop/My Baby Wrote Me a Letter" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Shaft in Shining Armor" - Starring: Telma and Joyce
Song: "You're a Lady" - Performed by: Tony
Musical Sketch: "Hard Hearted Hannah" - Starring: Tony, Will and JoAnne
Concert Spot: "Knock Three Times/Duke of Earl"

Winter Replacement Series

Original CBS Airdate: December 4, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: William Conrad
Special Guest Star: Florence Henderson
Opening Song: "Gimme A Good Old Mammy Song"
Sketch: "Shanook and the Man" - Starring: Tony and William Conrad
Song: "Mr. Big Stuff" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Florence Henderson
Song: "I Honestly Love You" - Performed by: Tony
Tony's Fantasy: The Glitter Rock King - Song: "Crocodile Rock" - Tony and Dawn
Sketch: "Master Reggie" - Starring: Tony, Florence, William and Alice Dunn
Song: "Ricky Don't Lose That Number" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Concert Spot: "It's Great To Be Back Here, Hallelujah"


Original CBS Airdate: December 11, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Jackie Gleason
Special Guest Star: Nancy Walker
Opening Song: "If I Could Talk To The Animals"
Song: "I'll Teach You Everything I Know" - Performed by: Tony and Jackie Gleason
Song: "Laughter In The Rain" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Tony's Fantasy: Cowboy Heroes - Song: "I Shot The Sheriff" - Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "Snowbird" - Performed by: Tony and Nancy Walker
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Mr. Faygo's Bath" - Telma and Joyce
Musical Sketch: "That's Entertainment" - Performed by: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Steppin' Out, I'm Gonna Boogie Tonight" - Tony and Dawn
Concert Spot: "The Games People Play"


Original CBS Airdate: December 18, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Carroll O'Connor, International Children's Choir of America
Opening Song: "Joy To The World"
Fable: "The King and the People Who Complained" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Song: "Let There Be Peace On Earth" - Performed by: The Intn'l Children's Choir of America
Tony's Fantasy: "The Great Orlando" - Song: "Nothin' From Nothin'" - Tony Orlando and Dawn
Skit: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Hospital Christmas Party" - Telma and Joyce
Christmas Medley - Performed by: Tony, Telma, Joyce, Carroll and the kids
Concert Spot: "Deck The Halls/We Wish You A Merry Christmas" - Tony and Dawn


Original CBS Airdate: December 25, 1974

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Esther Rolle
Special Guest Star: Lloyd Bridges
Opening Song: "The Candy Man"
Sketch: Tony interviews Santa Claus - Tony and Alice Dunn
Song: "You're Just Too Good To Be True" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Musical Sketch: "Very, Very, Very Good Times" - Telma, Joyce and Esther
Song: "Grandma's Hands" - Performed by: Tony and his Grandma
Tony's Fantasy: The Gypsy - Song: "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" - Tony and Dawn
Story: "200 Years Ago Today" - Esther Rolle
Song: "Side By Side" - Performed by: Tony and Lloyd Bridges
Closing Song: "Say Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Tony and Dawn


Original CBS Airdate: January 1, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Telly Savalas
Special Guest Star: Anne Meara
Opening Song: "Daydream"
Tony interviews Cinderella's wicked stepmother - Tony and Anne Meara
Song: "If" - Performed by: Telly Savalas
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Housecleaning" - Telma and Joyce
Tony's Fantasy: Method Acting - Song: "Where Are You Going?" - Tony and Dawn
Sketch: "Mother-In-Laws" - Performed by: Tony, Telly and Anne
Concert Spot: Disney Medley

Original CBS Airdate: January 8, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Bill Macy
Special Guest Star: Loretta Swit
Opening Song: "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor"
Tony and Bill try to figure out what Bill can do on the show
Song: "Yesterday Once More" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "The Mashed Potato With You" - Performed by: Tony and Loretta
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Mr. Johnson" - Starring: Telma and Joyce
Tony's Fantasy: A Calypso - Song: "I Can See Clearly Now" - Tony and Dawn
Sketch: "The Dreams of the Everyday Husband" - Tony, Bill, Loretta and other cast
Concert Spot: Drinking Songs


Original CBS Airdate: January 15, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Ruth Buzzi
Special Guest Star: Danny Thomas
Opening Song: "Personality"
Sketch: Angelo's Butcher Shop - Starring: Tony, Ruth and Danny
Song: "I'm A Woman, W-O-M-A-N" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "Everything Is Beautiful" - Performed by: Tony and Danny
Tony's Fantasy: The Kung Fu Fighter - Song: "Kung Fu Fighting" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "Until It's Time For You To Go"- Performed by: Tony
Musical Sketch: "You Gotta Give The People Hope" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "Personality/Kung Fu Fighting"


Original CBS Airdate: January 22, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Roy Clark
Special Guest Star: Ruth Buzzi
Opening Song: "Hello!"
Song: "Heart To Heart" - Performed by: Roy Clark
Musical Sketch: "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" - Tony and Roy
Skit: "Cinderella's Dream" - Starring: Tony and Ruth
Song: "Try To Remember" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: Computer Carpool - Starring: Tony, Ruth, Alice Dunn and Ronny Shore
Sketch: "El Dorado" - Starring: Tony, Ruth, Roy and other cast
Concert Spot: "Let The Good Times Roll/The Name Game"


Original CBS Airdate: January 29, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson


Guest Star: Kate Smith
Special Guest Star: Ted Knight
Opening Song: "Life Goes On"
Tony and Ted discuss a solo by Ted
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Party Across the Alley" - Telma and Joyce
Song: "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" - Performed by: Kate Smith
Song: "Knock Three Times" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn (and Ted :-))
Song: "What Would You Say?" - Performed by: Tony
Musical Sketch: "Money Makes the World Go 'Round" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Look In My Eyes Pretty Woman"
Concert Spot: "Life Goes On" and The Limbo


Original CBS Airdate: February 5, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Anne Meara
Special Guest Star: Art Carney
Opening Song: "Look What They've Done To My Song"
Tony and Art discuss putting Tony's cat in the movies
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Hot TV" - Telma and Joyce
Song and Dance: Oldies, But Goodies - "Whispering Why/Don't Bring LuLu/Around A Quarter to Nine" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Art Carney
Sketch: "A Happy Housewife" - Tony and Anne
Tony's Fantasy: "The Great Orlando's - Cornball Mind-Reading Routine" - Song: "If You Could Read My Mind" - Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "Casablanca" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song and Concert Spot: "Country Roads"


Original CBS Airdate: February 12, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Andy Griffith
Special Guest Star: Georgia Engel
Opening Song: "On The Bayou"
Story told by Andy Griffith
Song: "Abraham, Martin and John" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce
Tony's Fantasy: Superfly - Song: "You Got Me Doin' What You Want Me, Baby What You Want Me To Do" - Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: Making A Hit Record - Starring: Tony, Telma, Joyce, Andy and cast
Tony, Telma and Joyce try to explain their name to Georgia Engel
Sketch: "El Dorado" - Performed by: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "I Love...."- Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Concert Spot: "Heart Of My Heart"


Original CBS Airdate: February 26, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Dom Deluise
Special Guest Star: Tammy Wynette
Opening Song: "Proud Mary" ( Rollin' On The River)
Sketch: Tony's Bad Dream - "The Bad Haircut" - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Dom and cast
Song: "You Got Close" - Performed by: Tammy Wynette
Tony's Fantasy: "The Orango Tango" - Song: "Song of 1,000 Dances" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "Fallin' From Fatigue Dianne" - Performed by: Tony and Chimp
Sketch: Commercials You Will Never See On TV - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Smile, Smile, Smile" - Tony and Dawn - Valentine Poem


Original CBS Airdate: March 5, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Charo
Special Guest Star: Tony Randall
Opening Song: "Another Saturday Night"
Sketch: Loosening up Tony Randall - Tony and Tony
Song: "Eres Tu" - Performed by: Charo
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "A Raise" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and Alice Dunn
Song: "Oh Susanna" - Performed by: Tony and Charo
Song: "40's Medley" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Tony Randall
Sketch: A Tribute To The Fight Movies - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" - Tony and Dawn
Concert Spot: "......Good Night"


Original CBS Airdate: March 12, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Hermaine Badley
Special Guest Star: Fred MacMurray
Opening Song: "We Shall Sing"
Tony tries to get Fred to do the show
Song: "Doin' The Lamberth Walk" - Performed by: Tony and Hermaine
Tony's Fantasy: The Great Orlando - Song: "Old Black Magic" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "A Salute To Captains" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "All You Need Is Love/Goin' To The Chapel


Original CBS Airdate: March 19, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Buddy Ebsen
Special Guest Star: Kate Smith
Opening Song: "For Once In My Life"
Song and Dance: "Play Me A Piece Of The Past" - Performed by: Buddy Ebsen
Song: "As Long As He Needs Me" - Performed by: Kate Smith
Song: "That Is Rock-N-Roll" - Performed by: Tony and Kate Smith
Dance: Greek Dance - Performed by: Tony and Greek dancers
Song: "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Sketch: Sister Lilac Rose and Her Earth People - Carrying On/Addicted To Cigarettes/Dr. Cactus - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "Roll Out The Barrel"


Original CBS Airdate: March 26, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: John Amos and Mel Tillis
Special Guest Star: Nancy Walker
Opening Song: Medley - "Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song"/"Four Leaf Clover"/"Baby Face"
Sketch: "Computer Carpool" - Starring: Tony, Nancy, John and Mel
Tony's Fantasy: "The Swiss Mountaineer" Song: "The Mountaineering National Anthem" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "I Wanna Go Home" - Performed by: Tony and Mel
Musical Sketch: "The Telegram of Heartbreak" - Starring: Tony and Nancy
Sketch: "1975 Fashion Fatale Awards" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: Medley - "Four Leaf Clover/Easter Bonnet"



Original CBS Airdate: April 2, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Ruth Buzzi
Special Guest Star: Jack Albertson
Opening Song: "Help!"
Sketch: "The Paranoid Doctor" - Starring: Tony and Jack Albertson
Tony's Fantasy: A 20's Spot - Song: "Winchester Cathedral" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" - Performed by: Tony, Ruth and Jack
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Nurse Flint's Birthday" - Telma, Joyce and Alice Dunn
Sketch: "Tara Revisited" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "My Sweet Lord/This Old Man" - Tony's Birthday Celebration



Original CBS Airdate: April 9, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Georgia Engel and Hank Aaron
Special Guest Star: Ted Knight
Opening Song: "Once In A Lifetime"
Ted explains to Georgia, what to expect from Tony
Sketch: "Uncle Ted" - Tony, Ted and Hank
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - " Mate-o-Matic Dates" - Telma, Joyce and other cast
Tony's Fantasy: Robin Hood - Song: "Me and My Arrow" - Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "Baseball -1975" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: Tony Orlando and Dawn's - "Medley of Hits"


Original CBS Airdate: April 16, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Frankie Avalon and Lisa Todd
Special Guest Star: Artie Johnson
Opening Song: "Bye Bye Love"
Tony and Frankie discuss the good old days - Song: Two Of A Kind"
Tony's Fantasy: Frank Sinatra - Song: "I Get A Kick Out Of You" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Tony introduces Artie Johnson to Lisa Todd
Sketch: "Television - 50 Years From Today" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song and Concert Spot: "High Hopes"

Fall 1975-1976 Season

Original CBS Airdate: September 10, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Lucy Arnaz, Reverend Ike
Special Guest Star: Art Carney
Opening Song: "Alexander's Ragtime Band/Lullaby Of Broadway"
Song: "Ain't She Sweet" Piano: Art Carney - Vocals: Tony and Art
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Paying Bills" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and Reverend Ike
Song: "Nothin' Stronger Than Our Love" - Performed by: Tony and Lucy Arnaz
Song: "You're All I Need To Get By" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Tony's Fantasy: "A Salute To the Universe" - Song: "Aquarius" - Tony and Dawn
Closing Song: "My Life Is An Example" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Concert Spot: "Amen" - Performed by: Tony, Telma, Joyce and Reverend Ike


Original CBS Airdate: September 24, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Anne Meara
Special Guest Star: Hal Linden
Opening Song: "Sittin' Here Lovin' You"
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Attack" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and cast
Sketch: "The Separation of the White of an Egg From the Yolk" - Tony and Anne
Song: "Let It Be Me" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Tony's Fantasy: "Ramar of the Jungle" African song and dance/The Lion Sleeps Tonight Tony and Dawn
Song: "There Is A Rose In Spanish Harlem" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: "The Orient Express" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"


Original CBS Airdate: October 1, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Demond Wilson
Special Guest Star: Kate Smith
Opening Song: "Spinning Wheel"
Song: "Friends Medley" - Performed by: Tony and Kate Smith
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Ginger-Ale Johnson" - Telma, Joyce and Demond
The Domino Wizard - Bob Spector
Song and Dance: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers(s) Medley - "Steppin' Out With My Baby/Dancin' Cheek To Cheek/Puttin' On The Ritz/The Continental/Steppin' Out" - Performed by Telma, Joyce and Demond
Tony's Fantasy: Elvis Presley - Song: "Don't Be Cruel" - Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "Today's Weddings" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "Sing/George Washington Bridge"


Original CBS Airdate: October 8, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Nancy Walker
Special Guest Star: Tony Randall
Opening Song: "Put A Little Love In Your Heart"
Tony Randall tries his hand at the concert spot - Song: "Reach Out And Touch"
Song: "Climb Every Mountain/Ain't No Mountain High Enough" - Telma and Joyce
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Al Fonz" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and cast
Song: "I'll Try To Say I Love You In A Song" - Performed by: Tony
Tony's Fantasy: The Maharishi Yogi Orlando - Song: "Listen To What The Man Says" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "Solitaire" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "Gunsmoke Was Our Favorite Show" - Tony, Nancy Walker and Tony Randall
Concert Spot: N/A


Original CBS Airdate: October 15, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Loretta Swit and Ted Mack
Special Guest Star: Shelley Berman
Opening Song: "Oh, Lonesome Me"
Sketch: "Talking Baby Mobile" - Song: "Top Of The World" - Tony, Loretta and Shelley
Song: "There's A Hole In The Bucket" - Performed by: Tony and Loretta
Comedy Routine: Shelley Berman
Tony's Fantasy: The Matador - Song: "Lady Of Spain" - Tony and Dawn
Tony and Ted Mack discuss "The Original Amateur Hour"
Sketch: "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour Auditions" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Wake Up Little Susie"
Concert Spot: "All You Need Is Love/Goin' To The Chapel" - Mrs. Miller's visit


Original CBS Airdate: October 22, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Isabelle Sanford
Special Guest Star: Dom Deluise
Opening Song: "How Can I Forget You"
Sketch: "I Waltoni" - Starring: Tony, Dom Deluise and Alice Dunn
Song: "Solitaire" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "Everybody's Talkin' At Me" - Performed by: Tony
Song: "I Don't Know Why I Love You, But I Do" - Performed by: Tony and Isabelle
Sketch: "A Tribute To Doctors" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "Why Can't We Be Friends?"


Original CBS Airdate: October 29, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Barbara Eden, Mel Tillis and Alice Dunn
Opening Song: "Rampart Street Parade"
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Mouse" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and other cast
Song: "Amor, My Love" - Performed by: Tony
Tony's Fantasy: "Zorro!" - Starring: Tony, Telma and Joyce
Song: "When The Party's Over" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Barbara Eden
Tony and Mel Tillis discuss Mel's stuttering
Song: "The Woman In The Back Of My Mind" - Performed by: Mel Tillis
Sketch: Imitating Television Shows - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Do You Believe In Magic/Bibbedy Bobbedy Boo"- Telma's Birthday Celebration


Original CBS Airdate: November 5, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Phyllis Diller and Neil Sedaka
Special Guest Star: Jim Nabors
Opening Song: "What The World Needs Now"
Song: "Hank Williams Medley" - Performed by: Tony and Jim Nabors
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Police Informants" - Telma, Joyce and other cast
Song: "Bad Blood" - Performed by: Neil Sedaka
Comedy Routine: Phyllis Diller
Musical Sketch: "A Salute To Great Ships of Film History" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: Imitating Humphrey Bogart - Song: "Dinah Won't You Blow Your Horn"


Original CBS Airdate: November 12, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Totie Fields
Special Guest Star: Don Knotts
Opening Song: "Bill Bailey"
Sketch: "A New Act - Totie and Dawn" - Song: "Give 'em The Ole Razzle Dazzle" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Totie
Don Knotts shows Tony his magic tricks - and they get handcuffed to each other
Song: "Unchained Melody" - Performed by: Tony (and Don)
Sketch: "Herbie's Cut-Rate Hospital" - Starring: Tony, Don and Totie
Telma and Joyce show off over 1,000,000 in jewelry
Song: "Our Day Will Come" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce (Not shown on Good Life)
Sketch: "Musical Genius From The Slums" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "If I Had A Bell"


Original CBS Airdate: November 19, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Adrienne Barbeau
Special Guest Star: Freddie Prinze
Opening Song: "I Got The Music In Me" - Performed by: Freddie and Dawn
Comedy Routine: Freddie Prinze
Tony's Fantasy: "Rudolph Valentino" - Song: "The Shiek Of Arubi" - Tony and Dawn
Song: "That Ain't No Way To Treat A Lady" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Song: "If They Could See Us Now" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Adrienne
Sketch: "The Road To Puerto Rico" - Tony, Freddie, Adrienne and Alice Dunn
Closing Song: "Down By The Riverside"

 

 


Original CBS Airdate: December 3, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Kate Smith, Conrad Bain and Neil Sedaka
Opening Song: "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
Song: "The Way We Were" - Performed by: Kate Smith
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Modeling Job" - Telma, Joyce and Darrell Eigus
Neil Sedaka Medley - Performed by: Neil, Tony, Telma, Joyce and Kate
Joke Routine: "Bain and Orlando" - Tony and Conrad
Musical Sketch: "Name Sakes" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: N/A


Original CBS Airdate: December 17, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Dinah Shore
Special Guest Star: Dom Deluise
Opening Song: "Walk On In"
Sketch: "Suicidal New Yorker" - Starring: Tony, Dom and other cast
Song: "All's Fair In Love" - Performed by: Dinah Shore
Song: "Song Sung Blue" - Performed by: Tony and Dinah
Tony's Fantasy: Santa Claus - Song: "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" - Dawn
Song: "You're A Lot Like Christmas" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: "A Salute To Prison Films" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: N/A


Original CBS Airdate: December 31, 1975

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Minnie Pearl
Special Guest Star: Tony Randall
Opening Song: "Celebrate!"
Comedy Routine: Minnie Pearl
Song: "Moments To Remember" - Performed by: Tony Orlando
Song: "Sister Suzie Sewing Shirts For Soldiers" - Telma, Joyce and Tony Randall
Sketch: "Stuffing TV Characters Into One Show" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Happy Days Are Here Again"


Original CBS Airdate: January 7, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Danny Thomas
Special Guest Star: Georgia Engel
Opening Song: "Neverending Love For You"
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Boob Tube" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and cast
Song and Dance: "I Wish That I Was Dancing On My Toes" - Performed by: Georgia
Tony's Barber Shop Quartet
Comedy Routine: Danny Thomas - Song: "Young and Foolish"
Sketch: "Baby Telma/Heir Watchamacallit" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "By The Light of the Silvery Moon"



Original CBS Airdate: January 14, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Buck Owens and The Buckaroos and The Hee Haw Gang
Tony Orlando and Dawn Salutes - "Hee Haw"
Opening Song: "Gentle On My Mind"
What Tony went through to get Buck on the show - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Buck and some of the Hee Haw Gang
Sketch: "The Hee Haw Gang's Tour of Hollywood" - Chinese Theater/Hollywood and Vine/Freddies of Hollywood
Song: "Big John Law" - Performed by: Buck Owens and The Buckaroos
Song: "When Will I Be Loved" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Comedy Sketch: "The Strawberry Patch" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and The Hee Haw Gang
Sketch: "Country Fashion Freak-Out" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Hold That Tiger" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and Buck
Concert Spot: "You All Come/She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain" - Tony teaches Junior the "Orango Tango"


Original CBS Airdate: January 21, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Ruth Buzzi and Captain Kangaroo
Special Guest Star: John Davidson
Opening Song: "The Nickelodeon"
Song: "Steven Foster Medley" - "I Dream of Jeannie/Beautiful Dreamer/Old Kentucky Home/Swany River/Oh Susannah" - Performed by: Tony and John as: Sly and Stone/Charlie Rich/Ray Charles/Johnny Cash/Bob Dylan
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Cindereffy" - Starring: Telma, Joyce, Pauline and Hild
Captain Kangaroo's favorite memories - Song: "We Love You Captain" - Performed by: Tony, Captain Kangaroo and the kids
Tony, Telma and Joyce discuss famous trios
Sketch: Famous Trios - Three Happy Hungarians/The Three Musketeers - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: N/A


Original CBS Airdate: January 28, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Charo and Freddie Fender
Special Guest Star: Joe Namath
Opening Song: "Next To You"
Song: "Standin' On The Corner, Watchin' All The Girls Go By" - Tony and Joe
Sketch: "Trans Banana Airlines" - Tony, Charo, Joe, Freddie and other cast
Song: (?) - Performed by: Charo
Song: "Under The Bamboo Tree/I Want To Be Loved By You" - Telma and Charo
Song: "Secret Love" - Performed by: Freddie Fender
Sketch: "A Salute To Great Artists and Their Masterpieces" - The Entire Cast
Closing Song: "Hello Dolly" - (No Dawn)



Original CBS Airdate: February 4, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Jim Nabors
Special Guest Star: Kate Smith
Opening Song: "The New Ragtime Follies" - Song: "Sweet Gypsy Rose"
Sketch: "Time Marches On" - Edison Invents The Phonograph / Henry Ford Invents The Automobile / First Telephone Installed In St. Louis
Song: "I Wanna Be Happy/Make Someone Happy" - Performed by: Kate Smith
Musical Sketch: "Nabors and Neighbors" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and Jim
Song: "Atlanta" - Performed by: Tony
Musical Sketch: Goin' A-Courtin' - Song: "Baby Face"
Melodrama: "A Young Girl's Dilemma" - Starring: The Orlando Players (Entire Cast)


Original CBS Airdate: February 18, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Joey Bishop, Sid Ceasar
Special Guest Star: Milton Berle
Opening Song: "Comedy Tonight" - (performed with guests)
Tony asks Joey and Milton for advice - How to deal with hecklers
Song: "Theme From Mahogany" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Sketch: "The Art Of Elegant Dining" - Tony, Sid and other cast
Song: "Cupid" - Perfomed by: Tony and Dawn
Sketch: A Japanese P.O.W. Camp - Sid Ceasar and Joey Bishop
Sketch: "Streetcar Named Desire" - Sid Ceasar, Alice Dunn and Milton Berle
Sketch: A scene from: "Treasure of Sierra Madre" - Tony, Sid, Milton and Joey


Original CBS Airdate: February 25, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Special Guest Star: Sherman Hemsley
Special, Special Guest Stars: Movieland Wax Museum Figures
Opening Song: "Come and Play The Game With Me"
Tony talks with Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Song: "Hoppy, Gene and Me" - Performed by: Roy Rogers
Song: "As Long As I Have You" - Performed by: Dale Evans (and Tony)
Song: "Steam Heat" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Sherman
Telma unveils the wax figures of Tony Orlando and Dawn
Song: "There's No Business, Like Show Business" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Musical Sketch: "A Salute To The Singing Cowboy" - The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "I'm An Old Cowhand"


Original CBS Airdate: March 3, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: Anne Meara
Special Guest Star: Jerry Lewis
Opening Song: "That's Good News"
Sketch: "Lewis and Orlando" - Starring: Tony and Jerry
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Moreen's Secret Lover" - Telma, Joyce and Kristoff St. John
Song and Dance: "Flings Are Wonderful Things" - Alice Dunn and dancers
Sketch: Commercials Directed By Famous Hollywood Directors - "Crunch" / "Head and Neck" / "Sleep It Off" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and Anne
Tony introduces the show's conductor, Robert "Bob" Rozario
Song: "I Write The Songs" - Performed by: Tony and Rozie


Original CBS Airdate: March 10, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Totie Fields and Tanya Tucker
Special Guest Star: Andy Griffith
Opening Song: "I'm Walkin'"
Musical Sketch: "Eyewitnesses to U.F.O's" - Song: "Someday You'll Believe It Too" - Starring: Tony, Totie and Andy
Song: "You Got Me To Hold On To" - Performed by: Tanya Tucker
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Stray Dog" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and other cast
Song: "Me and My Baby" - Performed by: Tony and Totie
Song: "The Midnight Special" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Andy
Sketch: "A Salute To High Noon" - Starring: The Entire Cast
Concert Spot: "Hey Lawdy Lawdy Lo"

The Rainbow Hour

Original CBS Airdate: September 21, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: George Carlin
Special Guest Star: Alice Cooper
Opening Song: "Rainbow In Your Eyes"
Sketch: "Latino Escort Service" - Tony and other cast member
Song: "Theme From Mahogany" - Performed by: Joyce
Sketch: "A Teenager" - Starring: Edie McClurg
Song: "Up The Lazy River" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: "Newer, Tougher American Tourists" - Starring: Telma and other cast members
"Time For George" - George Carlin
Song: "Blue Finger Lou" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Harold Moves In" - Telma, Joyce and Adam Wade
Song: "You Make Me Feel Brand New" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Sketch: "To Tell The Truth" - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Alice and other cast
Song: "Give The Kid A Break" - Performed by: Alice Cooper
Closing Song: "It's Alright"


Original CBS Airdate: September 28, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: George Carlin and The Walter Murphy Band
Special Guest Star: Steve Lawrence
Opening Song: "Your Love Keeps Liftin' Me" (Higher and Higher)
Sketch: "The Adventures of Blunder Woman" - Starring: Telma and other cast
Song: "Everything Old Is New Again" - Performed by: Tony and Steve Lawrence
Song: "Sweet Caroline" - Performed by: Tony (and Dawn)
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Get A Job, Or Turn That Knob" - Telma, Joyce and Adam Wade
"Time For George" - The Telephone - George Carlin
Song: "The Good Life" - Performed by: Steve Lawrence
Song: "A Fifth Of Beethoven" - Performed by: The Walter Murphy Band
Sketch: "Rich Slob, Poor Slob" - Starring: Tony, Steve and other cast member
Sketch: "The State Police" - Starring: Tony, Steve and other cast members
Closing Song and Concert Spot: "Oh, My My"


Original CBS Airdate: October 5, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: George Carlin and England Dan and John Ford Coley
Special Guest Star: Freddie Prinze
Opening Song: "Someone's Knockin' At The Door"
Sketch: "Gross Out Press" - Starring: Freddie Prinze
Song: "When The Party's Over" - Performed by: Tony (Dawn) and Freddie
Freddie discusses his pay with Tony
Sketch: "A Teenager" - Starring: Edie McClurg
Sketch: An Unbelievable Rock Concert - Starring: Tony and another cast member
Song: "Sad Eyes" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
"Time For George" - Words - George Carlin
Sketch: Pennance - Freddie Prinze and other cast member
Song: "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" - Performed by: England Dan and John Ford Coley
Sketch: "Rainbow Wrap-Up" - "A Step Forward In Race Relations/Conserving Energy/An Encouraging Word For Compulsive Smokers" - Starring: Entire Cast
Sketch: "A Mixed Marriage" - Starring: Telma and Freddie
Sketch: "The Greatest Courtroom Trial In British History"
Closing Song: "Nothin' From Nothin'" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Concert Spot: "By
 


Original CBS Airdate: October 12, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: Bernadette Peters, Sly and the Family Stone and George Carlin
Opening Song: "That's A Plenty For Me"
Song: "Sittin' Here Lovin' You" - Performed by: Tony and Bernadette
Sketch: "The Edge of Life Goodtime Variety Hour" - Tony, Bernadette and other cast
Sketch: "A Sly Robbery" - Starring: Telma, Tony, Sly and other cast member
Song: "Medley Of Hits" - Sly and the Family Stone"
"Time For George" - The News - George Carlin
Song and Dance: "Razzle Dazzle 'Em" - Performed by: Bernadette Peters
Sketch: "Nanny Wrinkles" - Starring: Telma, Edie McClurg and other cast members
Song: "What Would You Say?" - Performed by: Tony
Sketch: "Making Bets" - Tony, Telma and Joyce
Closing Song: "Splish/Splash"
Concert Spot: "Let's Twist Again"


Original CBS Airdate: October 19, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: George Carlin and Dr. Hook
Special Guest Star: Bonnie Franklin
Opening Song: "Get Closer To Me"
Sketch: "My Foxy Lady" - Starring: Telma, Adam Wade and other cast
Song: "A Little Bit More" - Performed by: Dr. Hook
Sketch: "Endangered Felts" - cast memeber
Sketch: "The Perfect School" - Starring: Tony, Edie McClurg and other cast members
Song and Dance: "Happy Feet" - Performed by: Bonnie Franklin and dancers
Sketch: "A Teenager" - Edie McClurg
"Time For George" - Elevators - George Carlin
Song: "Personality" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Telma and Joyce's dresser
Song: "Only Sixteen" - Performed by: Dr. Hook
Sketch: "Looking For Talent" - Bonnie Franklin and other cast members
Sketch: "Worry of the Week" - Starring Telma
Closing Song and Concert Spot: "Feelin' Alright"


Original CBS Airdate: October 26, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: George Carlin and Engelbert Humperdinck
Special Guest Star: Carroll O'Connor
Opening Song: "Another Saturday Night"
Song: Medley - "A Tribute To Eddie Arnold" - "That's The Time" / "I'm Sendin' You A Big Bouquet of Roses" / "Make The World Go Away" - Tony, Engelbert and Carroll
Sketch: "Blunder Woman" - Cobra Man - Starring: Telma, and other cast members
Song: "After The Lovin" - Performed by: Engelbert Humperdinck
"Time For George" - Age - George Carlin
Song: "I Wanna Slow Dance Again" - Performed by: Tony (and Dawn) and dancers
Concert Spot: "Hooray For Hollywood" / "Monster Mash" / "We're Havin' A Party" - Surprise appearances by: Sonny Bono, Cher, Chastity Bono, Mike Douglas, Ruth Buzzi and Susan Ford


Original CBS Airdate: November 9, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: George Carlin and Soupy Sales
Special Guest Star: Donald O'Connor
Opening Song: "Rio de Janeiro"
Sketch: "The Psychotic Secretary" - Starring: Telma, Soupy and other cast member
Musical Sketch: "The Wiz of the Biz Meets Cinderella" - Starring: The Entire Cast
"Time For George" - Rules - George Carlin
Sketch: "Money Saving Meal"
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Three's A Crowd" - Telma, Joyce and Adam Wade
Closing Song and Concert Spot: "Life Goes On"


Original CBS Airdate: November 16, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: George Carlin and Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band
Special Guest Star: Johnny Cash
Opening Song: "What The World Needs Now"
Song: "Big River" - Performed by: Johnny Cash
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Honeyboy Johnson" - Telma, Joyce and cast
Song: "Anyone Who Had A Heart/Walk On By" - Performed by: Joyce
"Time For George" - Walking - George Carlin
Song: "Makin' Little Ones Out Of Big Ones" - Tony and Johnny Cash
"Rainbow Wrap-up" - Egg Laying Farmer - Starring: Joyce and other cast members
Telma brings in her pet buzzard, Petey
Song: (?) - Performed by: Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band
Closing Song: "Bye Bye Love"
Concert Spot: "Oh Happy Day / Roll Out The Barrel / She'll Be Comin' 'Round The Mountain"


Original CBS Airdate: December 7, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Stars: George Carlin and Abe Vigoda
Special Guest Stars: The Bay City Rollers
Opening Song: "Only A Motion Away"
Musical Sketch: "Those Unforgettable Scenes" - "Brando Betrayed" / "Patton" / "Dirty Harry" - 
Starring: Joyce, Tony, Abe and other cast members
Song: "I Only Wanna Be With You" - Performed by: The Bay City Rollers
"Time For George" - Dying - George Carlin
Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Harold's Scheme" - Telma, Joyce, Adam and Abe Vigoda
Song: "Like A Bridge Over Troubled Waters" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
Closing Song: "Paul Simon Medley" - "Feelin' Groovy" / "Mrs. Robinson" / "Cecilia"
Concert Spot: "Cecilia"


Original CBS Airdate: December 28, 1976

Starring: Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent-Wilson
Guest Star: George Carlin
Special Guest Star: Fred MacMurray
Opening Song: "We'll Fly"
Sketch: Couple loses travelers checks in Puerta Terista - Tony, Fred and Edie McClurg
Song: "You're Just Too Good To Be True" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce
Sketch: A band discovered by Tony - "Death Valley" - Starring: Tony, Fred and others cast members
"Time For George" - George Carlin
Song: (?) - Performed by: Corey(?)
Sketch: Police Brutality - Tony and other cast members
Song: "I Am, I Said" - Performed by: Tony
Concert Spot: "Sweet Gypsy Rose / When The Saints Go Marchin'/In"The Light Of The Silvery Moon"
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