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INFO BELOW IS FOR A 93 DVD SET (MOST OF THE 1ST NINE SEASONS) AS WELL AS A SMALLER 24 DVD SET ----PLUS MORE DETAILED INFO FOR THE 93 DVD IS AT THE BOTTOM

 

 

HEE HAW 93 DVD 
MOST OF 1ST NINE SEASONS
MISSING EPSIODES ARE LISTED AFTER DISC 93
 
DVD-01
s01e01[#001] - Loretta Lynn, Charley Pride [06-15-69]
s01e02[#002] - Merle Haggard, Jack Burns [06-22-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-02
s01e03[#003] - Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Faron Young [06-29-69]
s01e04[#004] - Sonny James, Waylon Jennings, Connie Smith [07-06-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-03
s01e05[#005] - Jerry Lee Lewis, Ferlin Husky [07-13-69]
s01e06[#006] - Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens, Eddie Fukano [07-20-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-04
s01e07[#007] - Charley Pride, Tammy Wynette, George Jones [07-27-69]
s01e08[#008] - Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings [08-10-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-05
s01e09[#009] - Jerry Lee Lewis, Susan Raye, Conway Twitty [08-17-69]
s01e10[#010] - Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens [08-24-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-06
s01e11[#011] - Tammy Wynette, Sonny James [08-31-69]
s01e12[#012] - Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Pride [09-07-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-07
s01e13[#013] - Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette [12-17-69]
s01e16[#016] - Henson Cargill, Wanda Jackson [01-07-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-08
s01e17[#017] - Lynn Anderson, Hank Thompson, Buddy Alan [01-14-70]
s01e14[#014] - Loretta Lynn, Dillard & The Expedition [12-24-69]
 
 
 

- DVD-09
s01e15[#015] - Dottie West, Hank Williams Jr. [12-31-69]
s01e18[#018] - Sonny James, Tammy Wynette [01-21-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-10
s01e19[#019] - Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn [01-28-70]
s01e20[#020] - Ferlin Husky, Dottie West [02-04-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-11
s01e21[#021] - Lynn Anderson, George Jones [02-11-70]
s01e22[#022] - Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Henson Cargill [02-18-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-12
s01e23[#023] - Loretta Lynn, Charley Pride [02-25-70]
s01e24[#024] - Wanda Jackson, Sonny James [03-04-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-13
s01e25[#025] - Dottie West, George Jones, Chill Wills [03-11-70]
s01e26[#026] - Dolly Parton, Faron Young [03-18-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-14
s01e27[#027] - Connie Smith, Stan Hitchcock [03-25-70]
s01e28[#028] - Merle Haggard, Linda Ronstadt [04-01-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-15
s01e29[#029] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette [04-08-70]
s02e01[#030] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Bobby Bare [09-15-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-16
s02e02[#031] - Charley Pride, Jeannie C. Riley [09-22-70]
s02e03[#032] - Ray Charles, Lynn Anderson [09-29-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-17
s02e04[#033] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette [10-06-70]
s02e05[#034] - Marty Robbins, Connie Eaton [10-13-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-18
s02e06[#035] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Doug Kershaw [10-20-70]
s02e07[#036] - Sonny James, Peggy Little [10-27-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-19
s02e08[#037] - Tom T. Hall, Jean Shepard [11-10-70]
s02e09[#038] - Charley Pride, Susan Raye [11-17-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-20
s02e10[#039] - Tammy Wynette, Ed Bruce [11-24-70]
s02e11[#040] - Ray Charles, Lynda K. Lance, Doyle Holly [12-01-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-21
s02e12[#041] - Kenny Price, Linda Martell [12-08-70]
s02e13[#042] - Waylon Jennings, Diana Trask, Johnny Duncan [12-15-70]
 
 
 

- DVD-22
s02e14[#043] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans [12-29-70]
s02e15[#044] - Charley Pride, Amanda Blake, Mickey Mantle [01-05-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-23
s02e16[#045] - Roger Miller, Peggy Little, Bobby Murcer [01-12-71]
s02e17[#046] - Marty Robbins, Connie Smith [01-19-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-24
s02e18[#047] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Billie Jo Spears [01-26-71]
s02e19[#048] - Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson, Susan Raye [02-02-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-25
s02e20[#049] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Billy Jo Spears [02-09-71]
s02e21[#050] - Hank Williams Jr., Jody Miller [02-16-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-26
s02e22[#051] - Boby Bare, Connie Eaton, Tom T. Hall [02-23-71]
s03e01[#052] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans [09-18-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-27
s03e02[#053] - Dale Robertson, Susan Raye [09-25-71]
s03e03[#054] - Amanda Blake, Buddy Alan [10-02-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-28
s03e04[#055] - George Lindsey, Kenni Huskey [10-09-71]
s03e05[#056] - Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty [10-16-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-29
s03e06[#057] - Sammi Smith, Bakersfield Brass [10-23-71]
s03e07[#058] - Lynn Anderson, Ray Sanders, Gunilla Hutton [10-30-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-30
s03e08[#059] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans [11-06-71]
s03e09[#060] - Dale Robertson, Kenni Huskey [11-13-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-31
[Empty]
 
 
 

- DVD-32
s03e12[#063] - Lynn Anderson, Ray Sanders [12-04-71]
s03e13[#064] - Susan Raye, Buddy Alan [12-11-71]
 
 
 

- DVD-33
s03e14[#065] - Doug Kershaw, JOhnny Duncan [01-08-72]
s03e15[#066] - Sonny James, Jody Miller [01-15-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-34
s03e16[#067] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette [01-22-72]
s03e17[#068] - Bobby Goldsboro, Susan Raye [01-29-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-35
s03e18[#069] - Jeannie C. Riley, Buddy Alan, Johnny Bench [02-05-72]
s03e19[#070] - Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton [02-12-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-36
s03e20[#071] - Brenda Lee, Hank Thompson, George Lindsey [02-19-72]
s03e21[#072] - Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Johnny Bench [02-26-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-37
s03e22[#073] - Tom T. Hall, Susan Raye [03-04-72]
s03e23[#074] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette [03-11-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-38
s03e24[#075] - Ferlin Huskey, Barbara Mandrell [03-18-72]
s03e25[#076] - Jody Miller, Buddy Alan [03-25-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-39
s03e26[#077] - Connie Smith, Tommy Ambrose [04-01-72]
s04e01[#078] - Ray Stevens, Arlene Harden, Dizzy Dean [09-16-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-40
s04e02[#079] - Patti Page, Charlie McCoy [09-23-72]
s04e03[#080] - Mel Tillis, Sherry Bryce [09-30-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-41
s04e04[#081] - Ray Price, Sandy Posey [10-07-72]
s04e05[#082] - Johhny Paycheck, Ruby Davis [10-14-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-42
s04e06[#083] - Kenny Price, Penny DeHaven, Dizzy Dean [10-21-72]
s04e07[#084] - Tommy Overstreet, Susan Raye [10-28-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-43
[Empty]
 
 
 

- DVD-44
s04e10[#087] - Bobby Bare, Barbara Fairchild [11-18-72]
s04e11[#088] - Ray Stevens, Donna Fargo [11-25-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-45
s04e13[#090] - Hank Williams Jr., Arlene Harden [12-09-72]
s04e14[#091] - Barbara Mandrell, Paul Richey [12-16-72]
 
 
 

- DVD-46
s04e15[#092] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Buddy Alan [01-06-73]
s04e16[#093] - Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sammi Smith, Charlie McCoy [01-13-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-47
s04e17[#094] - Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Johnny Bench [01-20-73]
s04e18[#095] - Johnny Paycheck, Sandy Posey, Ruby Davis [01-27-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-48
s04e19[#096] - Don Gibson, Sue Thompson, Demetriss Tapp [02-03-73]
s04e20[#097] - Frankie Laine, Oral Roberts, Patti & Richard Roberts [02-10-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-49
s04e21[#098] - Jody Miller, Joe Stampley, Tony Booth [02-17-73]
s04e22[#099] - Donna Fargo, Tommy Cash, Charlie Rich, Tennessee Ernie Ford [02-24-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-50
s04e23[#100] - Frankie Laine, Wanda Jackson, Tony Booth [03-03-73]
s04e24[#101] - Tennessee Ernie Ford, Faron Young [03-10-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-51
s04e25[#102] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Sledd [03-17-73]
s04e26[#103] - Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Ray Griff [03-24-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-52
s05e01[#104] - Jerry Reed, LaWanda Lindsey [09-15-73]
s05e02[#105] - Johnny Rodriguez, Conny Van Dyke, Cathy McKinnon [09-22-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-53
s05e03[#106] - Charlie Rich, Susan Raye [09-29-73]
s05e04[#107] - Sonny James, Charlie McCoy [10-06-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-54
s05e06[#109] - Dottie West, Billy Craddock [10-20-73]
s05e07[#110] - Roy Acuff, Diana Trask [10-27-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-55
[Empty]
 
 
 

- DVD-56
s05e11[#114] - Jerry Reed, Conny Van Dyke, Susan Raye [11-24-73]
s05e12[#115] - Hank Snow, Donna Trask, Gamble & Moore [12-01-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-57
s05e13[#116] - Jeanne Pruett, Joe Stampley [12-08-73]
s05e14[#117] - Charley Pride, Susan Raye, Ronnie Milsap [12-15-73]
 
 
 

- DVD-58
s05e15[#118] - Roy Acuff, Jim Ed Brown, Cates Sisters [01-05-74]
s05e16[#119] - Tex Ritter, Don Rich, Catherine McKinnon, Bruce Bradley [01-12-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-59
s05e17[#120]x - Loretta Lynn, Kenny Starr, Stoney Edwards, Jerry Clower [01-19-74]
s05e18[#121]x - Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jody Miller, Tommy Overstreet, Larry Scott [01-26-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-60
s05e19[#122] - Tom T. Hall, Sunday SHarpe, Charlie McCoy, Johnny Bench, Ralph Emery [02-02-74]
s05e20[#123] - Charley Pride, Barbara Fairchild, Tony Booth, Craig Scott [02-09-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-61
s05e21[#124] - Johnny Cash, Jean Shepard, George Lindsey [02-16-74]
s05e22[#125] - Pat Boone, Skeeter Davis, Ronnie Milsap, Bill Taylor [02-23-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-62
s05e23[#126] - Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty, David Houston, Jerry Clower [03-02-74]
s05e24[#127] - Tennessee Ernie Ford, LaWanda Lindsey, Red Shipley [03-09-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-63
s05e25[#128]x - Johnny Rodriguez, Oak Ridge Boys, Susan Raye [03-16-74]
s05e26[#129]x - Lester Flatt, Hugh Heffner, Buddy Alan [03-23-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-64
s06e01[#130]x - Ernest Borgnine, George Lindsey, Lulu Roman [09-14-74]
s06e02[#131]x - Loretta Lynn, Kenny Price, Buddy Alan [09-21-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-65
s06e03[#132]x - Freddie Hart, Leona Williams [09-28-74]
s06e04[#133]x - Susan Raye, Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass [10-05-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-66
s06e05[#134]x - Jody Miller, Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart [10-12-74]
s06e06[#135]x - Ernest Borgnine, Loretta Lynn, Kenny Starr [10-19-74] [partial show]
 
 
 

- DVD-67
s06e07[#136]x - Bobby Bare, Conny Van Dyke [10-26-74]
s06e08[#137]x - Faron Young, LaWanda Lindsey, Charlie McCoy [11-02-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-68
s06e10[#139]x - Bill Anderson, Susan Raye [11-16-74]
s06e11[#140]x - Barbara Mandrell, Tony Booth, Buddy Alan [11-23-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-69
s06e12[#141]x - Sonny James, Crystal Gale, Johnny Carver [11-30-74]
s06e13[#142]x - Chet Atkins, Jan Howard [12-07-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-70
s06e14[#143]x - George Jones, Tammy Wynette [12-14-74]
s06e15[#144]x - Donna Fargo, George Lindsey, Tony Lovello [12-21-74]
 
 
 

- DVD-71
s06e16[#145]x - Red Steagall, Susan Raye, Gov. Winfield Dunn, LaWanda Lindsey [12-28-74]
s06e17[#146] - Mac Wiseman, Tony Booth, Gunilla Hutton [01-04-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-72
s06e18[#147] - Molly Bee, Charlie McCoy, Buddy Alan [01-11-75]
s06e19[#148] - Boots Randolph, Bob Luman [01-18-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-73
s06e20[#149] - Johnny Russell, LaWanda Lindsey [01-25-75]
s06e21[#150] - Brenda Lee, Chet Atkins, Johnny Carver, Gordie Tapp [02-01-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-74
s06e22[#151] - Mickey Gilley, George Jones, Tammy Wynette [02-08-75]
s06e23[#152] - Dolly Parton, Terry McMillan, Kenny Price [02-15-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-75
s06e24[#153] - Kitty Wells, Freddy Weller [02-22-75]
s06e25[#154] - Connie Smith, Don Williams, Buddy Alan [03-01-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-76
s06e26[#155] - LaWanda Lindsey, Tommy Overstreet, Susan Raye [03-08-75]
s07e01[#156] - Johnny Cash & John Carter Cash [09-13-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-77
s07e03[#158] - George Gobel, Jack Ruth [09-27-75]
s07e04[#159] - Tammy Wynette, Billy Walker, George Lindsey [10-04-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-78
s07e05[#160] - Ray Stevens, Susan Raye [10-11-75]
s07e07[#162] - Freddy Fender, Melba Montgomery, Kenny Price [10-25-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-79
s07e08[#163] - Jody Miller, Little Jimmy Dickens [11-01-75]
s07e09[#164] - Mel Tillis, Sami Jo [11-08-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-80
s07e10[#165] - Mickey Gilley, LaWanda Lindsey [11-15-75]
s07e12[#167] - Ronnie Milsap, Buddy Alan, Tony Lovello [11-29-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-81
s07e13[#168] - Conway Twitty, Susan Raye [12-06-75]
s07e14[#169] - Johnny Cash, La Costa [12-13-75]
 
 
 

- DVD-82
s07e15[#170] - George Gobel, Tommy Ambrose [12-20-75]
s07e17[#172] - Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn [01-10-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-83
s07e18[#173] - Tammy Wynette, Roy Acuff [01-17-76]
s07e19[#174] - Cal Smith, Statler Brothers, LaWanda Lindsey [01-24-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-84
s07e21[#176] - George Jones, Sunday Sharpe [02-07-76]
s07e23[#178] - Crystal Gale, Faron Young [02-21-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-85
s07e24[#179] - Sonny James, LaWanda Lindsey, David Willis [02-28-76]
s07e25[#180] - Kenny Rogers, Mel Street, Bob Jackson [03-06-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-86
s07e26[#181] - Merle Travis, Brush Arbor [03-13-76]
s08e01[#182] - Will Geer, Tammy Wynette, Kenny Price [09-18-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-87
s07e26[#181] - Merle Travis, Brush Arbor [03-13-76] (Repeats DVD #86)
s08e01[#182] - Will Geer, Tammy Wynette, Kenny Price [09-18-76] (Repeats DVD #86)
s08e02[#183] - George Gobel, Billie Jo Spears [09-25-76]
s08e07[#188] - Brush Arbor, Crystal Gayle, C.W. McCall [10-30-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-88
s08e03[#184] - Donna Fargo, Red Sovine, Buck Trent [10-02-76]
s08e04[#185] - Jimmy Dean, Buddy Alan, Buck Trent [10-09-76]
s08e05[#186] - Bobbi Goldsboro, Barbi Benton [10-16-76]
s08e06[#187] - Ray Stevens, Susan Raye [10-23-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-89
s08e08[#189] - Charley Pride, Dave & Sugar [11-06-76]
s08e10[#191] - Jimmy Dean, George Gobel, Susan Raye [11-20-76]
s08e11[#192] - Johnny Paycheck, Mel Street [11-27-76]
s08e12[#193] - Sonny James, Narvel Felts [12-04-76]
 
 
 

- DVD-90
s08e13[#194] - Larry Gatlin, Statler Brothers [12-11-76]
s08e14[#195] - Jimmy Dean, Margo Smith [12-18-76]
s08e15[#196] - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Kenny Price [01-08-77]
s08e16[#197] - Tennessee 'Ernie' Ford, Brenda Lee, Jimmy Henley [01-15-77]
 
 
 

- DVD-91
s08e17[#198] - Jim Ed Brown, Helen Cornelius, Roy Clark Family [01-22-77]
s08e18[#199] - Mel Tillis, Susan Raye [01-29-77]
s08e19[#200] - Lorne Greene, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty [02-05-77]
s08e20[#201] - Barbara Mandrell, Hoyt Axton [02-12-77]
 
 
 

- DVD-92
s08e21[#202] - George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Roy Clark Family [02-19-77]
s08e22[#203] - Ernest Tubb, Jody Miller [02-26-77]
s08e23[#204] - Bill Anderson, Mary Lou Turner, Gerald Smith [03-05-77]
s08e24[#205] - Mickey Gilley, Susan Raye, Jimmy Henley [03-12-77]
 
 
 

- DVD-93
s08e25[#206] - Barbara Mandrell, Faron Young [03-19-77]
s08e26[#207] - Tennessee 'Ernie' Ford, Merle Travis, Connie Smith [03-26-77]
s09e01[#208] - Mel Tillis, Susan Raye, Thompson Brothers [09-17-77]
s09e02[#209] - Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Sons Of The Pioneers [09-24-77]
 
 


Missing:
s03e10[#061] - Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty [11-20-71]
 

s03e11[#062] - Sammi Smith, Buddy Alan, Bakersfield Brass [11-27-71]
 

s04e08[#085] - Jud Strunk, Jamey Ryan [11-04-72]
 

s04e09[#086] - Jeannie Seely, Buddy Alan [11-11-72]
 

s04e12[#089] - Patti Page, Charlie McCoy [12-02-72]
 

s05e05[#108] - Tanya Tucker, George Lindsey, Budd Alan [10-13-73]
 

s05e08[#111] - Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Johnny Bush [11-03-73]
 

s05e09[#112] - Brenda Lee, Buddy Alan [11-10-73]
 

s05e10[#113] - Donna Fargo, O.B. McClinton [11-17-73]
 

s06e09[#138] - Boots Randolph, Mickey Gilley, Hugh Hefner [11-09-74]
 

s07e02[#157] - Loretta Lynn, Kenny Starr, Jana Jae [09-20-75]
 

s07e06[#161] - Barbara Mandrell, Doyle Holly [10-18-75]
 

s07e11[#166] - Barbara Fairchild, Joe Stampley [11-22-75]
 

s07e16[#171] - John Henry Faulk, Don Gibson, Sue Thompson [01-03-76]
 

s07e20[#175] - Dottie West, Garner Ted Armstrong, Charles Ginnsberg [01-31-76]
 

s07e22[#177] - Tom T. Hall, Susan Raye [02-14-76]
 

s08e09[#190] - Terri Bradshaw, Barbi Benton [11-13-76]

 

 

 

 

HEE HAW 24 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION 48 SHOWS...

 

DISC 1: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Loretta Lynn, Charlie Pride, The Hagars, Grandpa Jones, Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Faron Young (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969 98 mins..excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #2: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Connie Smith, Waylon Jennings, sonny James, Ferlin Husky, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Hagars (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969...100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #3: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens, Eddie Fukano, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Charlie Pride (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969..100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #4: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Conway Twitty, Jerry Lee Lewis, Susan Ray, Merle Haggard (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969... 100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #5, Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens, Sheb Wooley, Tammy Wynette, Sonny James, Susan Ray (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969... 100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #6: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Pride, Sheb Wooley, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1969..100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL... CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #7: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Wanda Jackosn, Henson Cargill, Lynn Anderson, Hank Simms, Buddy Allan Owens 1969... 100 minutes... excellent picture / CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #8: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Waylon Jennings, Loretta Lynn, Susan Ray, Sheb Wooley, Doug Dillad & the Expedition 1969...100 minutes...excellent picture / CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #9: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Wanda Jackson, Ferlin Husky, Dottie West, Henson Cargill (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 Episodes) 1970 99 mins Ex CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #10: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Hank Thompson, Lynn Anderson, Loretta Lynn, Charlie Pride (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 shows) 1970 99 mins Ex CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY.....

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #11: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Wanda Jackson, Sonny James, Dottie West, George Jones (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 Episodes) 1970 99 mins Ex CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY.....

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #12: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Dottie West, Hank Williams Jr, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 Episodes) 1969 - 70 99 mins Ex CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY.....

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #13: Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Lynn Anderson, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette (Digital Rebroadcast, 2 Episodes) 1969 99 mins Ex CRYSTAL.. CLASSIC COUNTRY

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #14: 1970 99 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Tammy Wynette, Sonny James, Dolly Parton, Faron Young

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #15: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Merle Haggard, Linda Ronstadt, Connie Smith, Stan Hitchcock

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #16: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Charlie Pride, Jeanie C. Riley, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Bobby Bare

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #17: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Ray Charles, Lynn Anderson, The Hagers, George Jones & Tammy Wynette

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #18: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Marty Robbins, Connie Eaton, Tom T. Hall, Jean Sheppard

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #19: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Doug Kershaw, Sonny James, Peggy Little

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #20: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Charlie Pride, Susan Raye, Waylon Jennings, Diana Trask, Johnny Duncan

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #21: 1970 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Ray Charles, Lynda K. Lance, Kenny Price, Lydia Martell

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #22: 1971 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Tammy Wynette, Ed Bruce, Charlie Pride, Amanda Blake, Mickey Mantle

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #23: 1971 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson, Hank Williams Jr., Jody Miller

 

 

HEE HAW 1 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION #24: 1971 98 min Ex... 2 episodes... Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Marty Robbins, Connie Smith, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans

 

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HEE HAW 1 DVD 1970 50 minutes, excellent picture... WITH CHARLIE PRIDE, JEANNIE C RILEY

 

 

 

 

HERE IS MORE DETAILED INFO FOR THE 93 DVD SET ---- PLEASE NOTE INFO BELOW IF FOR THE 1ST NINE SEASONS COMPLETE --THOUGH SOME EPISODES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE 93 DVD SET LISTED ABOVE

 

 

HEE HAW SEASON 1:

EPISODE 1, 6/15/69: Buck Owens, Don Rich, Susan Raye and The Hagers "Johnny B. Goode”; Loretta Lynn - "Your Squaw's on the Warpath”; Grandpa Jones - "The Banjo Am The Instrument For Me”; Charley Pride - "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)”; Roy Clark - "Sally Was a Good Old Girl”; The Hagers - "Gamblin' Man”; Buck Owens - "Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?" (played over a video of 4 guys mowing grass on a farm); Charley Pride - "Kaw-Liga”; Ben Colder - "Hello Wall”. Sketches include several installments of "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes" and "KORN News". Also, "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?”. Special Guest Minnie Pearl tells a story about her brother, Grandpa Jones tells a story about his aunt going to town, and in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells one of his famous "That's Good/That's Bad” stories;

 


EPISODE 2, 6/22/69: Buck Owens, Don Rich, Susan Raye and the Hagers - "But You Know I Love You”; Merle Haggard - "Mama Tried”; The Hagers - "With Lonely”; Roy Clark - "Yesterday When I Was Young”; Merle Haggard - "Branded Man”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Happy Times”; Susan Raye - "Just Enough to Keep Me Hanging On”; Grandpa Jones - "Mountain Dew”. Sketches include multiple installments of "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", and "KORN News". Also, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gordie's General Store", Grandpa Jones tells stories about a 237 year old man, and his uncle's surprise for his aunt, and in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells the story of "Rindercella”.

 


EPISODE 3, 6/29/69: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Grandpa Jones - "Night Train to Memphis" (includes a broken banjo string blooper); Tammy Wynette - "Stand by Your Man”; George Jones - "White Lightning”; Roy Clark - “Caravan”; Faron Young - "She Went a Little Bit Farther”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "It Takes People Like You”; George Jones - "Walk Through This World with Me”; Tammy Wynette - "Take Me to Your World”; Faron Young - "Wind Me up”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "The Culhanes", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Gordie's General Store", "KORN News", "Moonshiners", and "Pfft, You Was Gone. Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and stories by Junior Samples and Grandpa Jones.

 

EPISODE 4, 7/6/69: Sonny James - "Midnight Mood" and "Running Bear”; Waylon Jennings - "Only Daddy" and "Lonely Weekends”; Connie Smith - "Cry, Cry, Cry" and "Ribbon of Darkness”; Buck Owens - "Crying Time" and "Sam's Place”; Roy Clark - "Overdue Blues.” Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "KORN News", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and stories by Grandpa Jones and Junior Samples.

 


EPISODE 5, 7/13/69: Buck Owens - "Tiger By the Tail”; The Hagers - "Goin' Home To Your Mother”; Ferlin Husky - "That's Why I Love You So Much”; Jerry Lee Lewis - "Walking the Floor over You”; Roy Clark - “Malaquena”; Buck Owens - "Johnny B. Goode”; Ferlin Husky - "San Antonio Rose”; Jerry Lee Lewis - "Another Place, Another Time”; Ben Colder - "Cryin' Time”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "KORN News", "Gordie's General Store", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and a story by Junior Samples.

 


EPISODE 6, 7/20/69: Roy Clark - "She Taught Me How to Yodel" (clips throughout the episode); Buck Owens - "Act Naturally”; Merle Haggard - "Hobo Meditations”; Eddie Fukano - "To Get Me Off Your Mind”; Bonnie Owens - "Lead Me On”; Roy Clark - "You Tried to Ruin My Name”; Grandpa Jones - "Old Joe Clark”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Somewhere Between”; Merle Haggard - "Today I Started Loving You Again”; Eddie Fukano - "Columbus Stockade Blues”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "KORN News." Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", Grandpa Jones tells stories about his athletic brother and eating out at a restaurant, Junior Samples tells a story about his squirrel dog, and in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells the story of the Pee Little Thrigs.

 


EPISODE 7, 7/27/69: Buck Owens - "Roll Out the Red Carpet”; Hager Twins - "I've Just Seen a Face”; Tammy Wynette - "I Don't Wanna Play House”; George Jones - "When the Grass Grows Over Me”; Roy Clark - "Yesterday When I Was Young”; Charlie Pride - "All I Have to Offer You Is Me”; Buck Owens - "Open Up Your Heart”; George Jones - "I'll Share My World With You”. Sketches include several installments of 'The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "The Culhanes", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "KORN News", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and stories by Junior Samples and Grandpa Jones.

 


EPISODE 8: 8/10/69: Buck Owens - "Hello, Trouble”; Waylon Jennings - "Delia's Gone”; Loretta Lynn - "You Ain't Woman Enough”; Grandpa Jones - "Banjo Sam”; Roy Clark - "White Lightnin’”; Susan Raye - "Maybe If I Close My Eyes”; Roy Clark - "Orange Blossom Special" (played over a fast motion farm chase sketch); Buck Owens - "Above and Beyond”; Loretta Lynn - "Wine, Women and Song”; Sheb Wooley - "Big Ole, Good Ole Girl”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "KORN News", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", stories by Grandpa Jones and Junior Samples, "Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?" and "Pickin' and Grinnin'”.

 


Episode 9, 8/17/69: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?" (played over a video of four guys mowing on a farm); Jerry Lee Lewis - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On”; Susan Raye - "It's Over”; Conway Twitty - "I Love You More Today”; Roy Clark - "Do You Believe This Town?”; Grandpa Jones - "Are You From Dixie?”; Jerry Lee Lewis "What Made Milwaukee Famous?”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Together Again”; Sheb Wooley - "Tie a Tiger Down”; Conway Twitty - "Only Make Believe”. Sketches include several installments of "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", "KORN News". Also "Gordie's General Store", "Archie's Barbershop", a story by Junior Samples, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?" and "Pickin' and Grinnin'”.

 


Episode 10, 8/24/69: Buck Owens - "Waiting in the Welfare Line”; Merle Haggard - "California Blues”; Bonnie Owens - "The Best Part of Me Belongs To You”; The Hagers - "Tracks Went Through the City”; Roy Clark - "Love Is Just a State of Mind”; Don Rich and the Buckaroos - "Buckaroo" (instrumental); Buck Owens, Don Rich, Susan Raye and the Hagers - "But You Know I Love You”; Merle Haggard - "Hungry Eyes”; Sheb Wooley - "I Remember Loving You”. Sketches include several installments of "Cornfield Jokes", "The Culhanes", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Moonshiners", "KORN News", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Archie's Barbershop" "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and Junior Samples tells a story about his first plane ride.

 


Episode 11, 8/31/69: Buck Owens - "Foolin' Around”; The Hagers - "Six Days on the Road”; Sonny James - "Mean Ole Mississippi”; Roy Clark - "Folsom Prison Blues”; Tammy Wynette - "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Truck Drivin' Man”; Sonny James - "I'll Never Find Another You”; Susan Raye - "Johnny One Time”; Grandpa Jones - "That New Vitamin”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "KORN News", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?" and Junior Samples tells his fish story "The World's Biggest Whopper.”

 


EPISODE 12, 9/7/69: Buck Owens - "Think of Me”; The Hagers - "Gamblin' Man”; Loretta Lynn - "Woman of the World”; Jerry Lee Lewis - "To Make Love Sweeter for You”; Roy Clark - "Tico Tico”; Charley Pride - "Kaw-Liga”; Grandpa Jones - "Eight More Miles to Louisville”; Sheb Wooley - "That Girl Next Door”; Jerry Lee Lewis - "One Has My Name”; Roy Clark - "Kansas City Star”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Tall Dark Stranger" played as a music video, in an old west setting.
Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "KORN News", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also a story by Junior Samples, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", and "Pickin' and Grinnin’".

 


EPISODE 13, 12/17/69: Buck Owens, Don Rich, the Hagers, and Diana Scott - "Gonna Roll Out the Red Carpet”; The Hagers - "Gotta Get to Oklahoma”; Tammy Wynette - "The Ways to Love a Man”; Roy Clark - "Overdue Blues”; Merle Haggard - "Okie from Muskogee”; Tammy Wynette - "The 12th of Never”; Buck Owens, Don Rich, the Hagers, and Susan Raye - "Big in Vegas”. Sketches include several installments of "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Players" and "KORN News". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", stories by Junior Samples and Grandpa Jones, and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/24/69: Buck Owens, the Hagers, Susan Raye, and Don Rich - "Santa Looks a Lot Like Daddy”; Loretta Lynn - "Blue Kentucky Girl”; Roy Clark - "Right or Left at Oak St.”; Dillard and the Expedition - "Hickory Hollow”; Grandpa Jones - "Stop That Ticklin' Me”; Buck Owens - "Sam's Place”; Loretta Lynn - "Wings upon Your Horns”; All (entire cast) - "Silent Night”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "KORN News", "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Players", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Pickin' and Grinnin'", a story by Grandpa Jones, Archie tells the story of "Beeping Sleauty" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


Episode 15, 12/31/69: Buck Owens - "Let the Good Times Roll”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones (using bells) - "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean”; The Hagers - “Lodi”; Dottie West - "Clinging to My Baby's Hand”; Roy Clark - "Yesterday When I Was Young”; Hank Williams Jr. - "Cajun Baby”; Dottie West - "Silver Threads and Golden Needles”; Hank Williams Jr. - "I'd Rather Be Gone”; Buck Owens - "Charlie Brown”. Sketches include several installments of "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", "Gordie's General Store", "Dr. Campbell", "KORN News" and "Hee Haw Amateur Minute". Also, "Hee Haw Players", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", Junior Samples tells a story, Grandpa Jones tells a story about his uncle Dan, and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


Episode 16, 1/7/70: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail”; Grandpa Jones "Herd of Turtles”; Henson Cargill - "Reuben James”; Wanda Jackson - "I'll Betcha My Heart I Love You”; The Hagers - "Last Thing on My Mind”; Wanda Jackson - "Right or Wrong/In the Middle of a Heartache”; Roy Clark - "Lara's Theme" (guitar solo); Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Together Again”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "KORN News", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Hee Haw Players", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and a story by Junior Samples.

 


Episode 17, 1/14/70: Lynn Anderson - "He'd Still Love Me”; Lynn Anderson - "I've Been Everywhere”; Hank Thompson - "Oklahoma Home Brew”; Buddy Alan (Buck Owens' son) - "Big Mama's Medicine Show”; Buck Owens - "Tall Dark Stranger”; Buck Owens - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Roy Clark - "When the Wind Blows in Chicago”; Grandpa Jones - "Jesse James.”

 


Episode 18, 1/21/70: Buck Owens - "Love Is Beautiful”; Tammy Wynette - "I Stayed Long Enough”; Sonny James - "Since I Met You, Baby”; Roy Clark - "The Drifter's Polka”; Tammy Wynette - "Too Far Gone”; Sonny James - "A World of Our Own”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "We're Gonna Get Together”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", and "KORN News". Also, "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", a story by Grandpa Jones, "Hee Haw Amateur Players", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop" and "Pickin' and Grinnin’"

 


Episode 19: Buck Owens and Don Rich - "We Were Made for Each Other”; Merle Haggard - "I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am”; The Hagers - "Six Days on the Road”; Loretta Lynn - "Fist City”; Roy Clark - "Meet Mister Callaghan”; Merle Haggard - "I Started Loving You Again”; Loretta Lynn - "Dear Uncle Sam”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Love Is Strange”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", Dr. Campbell", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "KORN News", and "The Culhanes". Also, "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Gordie's General Store", "Hee Haw Players", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Grandpa Jones tells a story of a visit from the Preacher.

 


EPISODE 20, 2/4/70: Buck Owens, Don Rich, Susan Raye and the Hagers - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Dottie West - "Country Girl”; The Hagers - "Gamblin' Man”; Ferlin Husky - "Every Step of the Way”; Roy Clark - "Me and Bobby McGee”; Dottie West - “Reno”; Grandpa Jones - "King of the Cannon County Hills”; Buck Owens - "Together Again”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "KORN News", "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Hee Haw Players" and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and "Pfft, You Was Gone”.

 


Episode 21, 2/11/70: Buck Owens - "Act Naturally”; Lynn Anderson - “Auctioneer"; Grandpa Jones - "Get Along Home Cindy”; George Jones - "The Race Is On”; Roy Clark - "Black Sapphire" (guitar instrumental); Lynn Anderson - "He'd Still Love Me”; George Jones - "She's Mine”; Buck Owens, The Hagers, Susan Raye and Don Rich - "Big in Vegas”. Sketches include several installments of "KORN News", "Dr. Campbell", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "The Culhanes". Also, "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Grandpa Jones tells a story about his uncle George.

 


Episode 22, 2/18/70: Buck Owens - "I Don't Care”; Tammy Wynette - “Good”; The Hagers - "Gotta Get to Oklahoma”; Henson Cargill - "Love of the Common People”; Roy Clark - "Me and Bobby McGee”; Tammy Wynette - "I Believe”; Merle Haggard - "Billy Overcame His Size”; Buck Owens and son Buddy Alan Owens - "Let the World Keep on Turning”. Sketches include several installments of "KORN News", "Dr. Campbell", "The Culhanes", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?". Also, "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Archie's Barbershop", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Grandpa Jones tells a story about a mule egg.

 


EPISODE 23, 2/25/70: Loretta Lynn - "To Make a Man”; Loretta Lynn - "Wings Upon Your Horn”; Charley Pride - "I'm So Afraid of Losing You Again”; Charley Pride - "Anybody Going to San Antone”; Roy Clark - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown”; Buck Owens - "Kansas City Song”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "You Are My Sunshine.”

 


Episode 24, 3/4/70: Sonny James - "Only the Lonely”; Sonny James - "Journey and Blues”; Wanda Jackson - "Big Iron Skillet”; Wanda Jackson - "If I Had a Hammer”; Buck Owens - "Diggy Liggy Lo”; Buck Owens - "We Were Made for Each Other”; Roy Clark - "Then She's a Lover”; The Haggers - "I Don't Want to Make It”.

 


Episode 25, 3/11/70: Buck Owens, the Buckaroos, Susan Raye and the Hagers - “Memphis”; Dottie West - "Paper Mansions”; George Jones - "Love Bug”; The Hagers "Jackson, Miss”; Roy Clark - "September Song”; George Jones - "Things Have Gone to Pieces”; Grandpa Jones - "Dear Old Sunny South By the Sea”; Dottie West - "Here Comes My Baby”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Fallin' for You”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Culhanes", "Dear Royella", "KORN News", "Hee Haw Amatuer Minute", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hee Haw Players", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


Episode 26, 3/18/70: Buck Owens - "Las Vegas Lament”; Dolly Parton - "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy”; Faron Young - "Occasional Wife”; Roy Clark - "Tips of My Fingers”; The Hagers - "Give It Time”; Faron Young - "Your Time's Comin’”; Grandpa Jones and Stringbean - "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Foolin' Around”. Sketches include several installments of "KORN News", "Dr. Campbell", "The Culhanes", "Dear Royella", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", and "Hee Haw Players". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Gordie's General Store", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


Episode 27, 3/25/70: Buck Owens, Susan Raye and the Buckaroos - "Rovin' Gambler”; Connie Smith - “Seattle”; Stan Hitchcock - "Honey, I'm Home”; The Hagers - "Loneliness Without You”; Roy Clark - "The Last Letter”; Connie Smith - "You and Your Sweet Love”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones "Old Rattler”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "We're Gonna Get Together”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "The Culhanes", "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "KORN News", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Dear Royella". Also, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hee Haw Players", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gordie's General Store", Stringbean reads a letter from home, a story by Junior Samples, and in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie retells the story of "Rindercella”.

 


Episode 28, 4/1/70: Buck Owens - "My Heart Skips a Beat”; Linda Ronstadt - "Are My Thoughts with You?”; Merle Haggard - "Every Fool Has a Rainbow”; The Hagers - "Your Tender Loving Care”; Roy Clark - "Maria Elena”; Merle Haggard - "Jimmie's Texas Blues”; Grandpa Jones - “Melinda”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - “Togetherness”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "KORN News", and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Dear Royella", "Hee Haw Players", "Archie's Barbershop", "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


Episode 29, 4/8/70: Buck Owens, Don Rich and the Buckaroos - "Along Came Jones”; Tammy Wynette - "I'll See Him Through”; George Jones - "Say It's Not You”; Roy Clark - "Black Mountain Rag”; Tammy Wynette and George Jones - "Milwaukee, Here I Come”; The Hagers - "Going Home to Your Mother”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "Little Brown Jug" (using bells); Tammy Wynette - "I Know”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Together Again”. Sketches include several installments of "The Culhanes", "Hee Haw Amateur Minute", "Dr. Campbell", and "KORN News". Also, "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "Dear Royella", "Hee Haw Players", "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 

HEE HAW SEASON 2

EPISODE 1, 9/15/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Happy Times are Here Again”; Roy Rogers - "The Auctioneer”; Cornfield County Concert Band - "Mountain Dew”; The Hagers - "Take a Letter, Maria”; Dale Evans - "Country Girl”; Roy Clark - "Old Joe Clark" (with a cartoon band playing their own instruments); Bobby Bare - "Detroit City”; Roy Clark - "I Never Picked Cotton”; Grandpa Jones - “Dooley”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - medley: "That Old-Time Religion", "Daddy Sing Bass", and "Cowboy Camp Meeting”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Hillbilly Fever”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "KORN News", "Gordie's General Store", and "The Culhanes". Also, "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Junior meets Sunshine Cornsilk for the first time.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/22/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Heartbreak Mountain”; Roy Clark - "???" (playing the fiddle with a cartoon band); Jeannie C. Riley - "Duty Not Desire”; The Hagers - "Who'll Stop the Rain”; Charley Pride - "Piroque Joe”; Jeannie C. Riley - "Holdin' On”; Roy Clark - “Today”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "Oh, Susanna" (using cowbells); Charley Pride - "I Wonder Could I Live There Any More”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Then Maybe I Can Get Some Sleep”. Sketches include several installments of "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Dr. Campbell", "Cornfield Jokes", "Gordie's General Store", "Moonshiners", "The Culhanes", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "KORN News". Also, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells another one of his famous "That's Good, That's Bad" stories, the Kornfield Kounty Concert band plays "Bill Bailey", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 3, 9/29/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Stay A Little Longer”; Roy Clark - "Blues in the Night”; Ray Charles - "Don't Change on Me”; Lynn Anderson - "Stay There Til I Get There”; The Hagers - "California Cotton Fields”; Roy Clark - "Thank God and Greyhound”; Lynn Anderson - "Rocky Top”; Grandpa Jones - "The Kickin' Mule”; Ray Charles and Buck Owens - "Cryin' Time”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Gordie's General Store", "Cornfield Jokes", "Moonshiners", "KORN News", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "The Culhanes", and "Archie's Barbershop". Also, "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Kornfield Kounty Concert Band", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?”.

 


episode 4, 10/6/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang- "Stay A Little Longer”; Roy Clark - "Blues in the Night”; Ray Charles - "Don't Change on Me”; Lynn Anderson - "Stay There Til I Get There”; The Hagers - "California Cotton Fields”; Roy Clark - "Thank God and Greyhound”; Lynn Anderson - "Rocky Top”; Grandpa Jones - "The Kickin' Mule”; Ray Charles and Buck Owens - "Cryin' Time”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Gordie's General Store", "Cornfield Jokes", "Moonshiners", "KORN News", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "The Culhanes", and "Archie's Barbershop". Also, "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Kornfield Kounty Concert Band", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/13/70: Buck Owens, the Buckaroos, the Hagers, Susan Raye and Buddy Alan Owens - "Sing a Happy Song”; Marty Robbins - "I'm So Afraid of Losing You”; Grandpa Jones - "You'll Make Our Shack a Mansion”; Connie Eaton - "Ring of Fire”; Roy Clark - "Black Sapphire”; The Hagers - "Everything Is Beautiful”; Marty Robbins - "Don't Worry 'Bout Me”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Tennessee Bird Walk”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "Cornfield Jokes", "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "KORN News", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "The Culhanes". Also, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


episode 6,10/20/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Y'all Come”; Roy Rogers - "The Fightin' Side of Me”; Doug Kershaw - "Diggy Liggy Lo”; Dale Evans - "I'm A Woman”; Roy Clark - "Make the World Go Away”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones "When the Saints Go Marching In" (using cowbells); Doug Kershaw - "Battle of New Orleans”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans medley - "Yours, Love" and "Born to Be With You”; Buck Owens - "Above and Beyond”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Cornfield Jokes", "Moonshiners", "Gordie's General Store", "KORN News", "The Culhanes", and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Kornfield Kounty Concert Band", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and "Pickin' and Grinnin’”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/27/70: Sonny James - "My Love”; Sonny James - medley: "Cold, Cold Heart," "It's Just a Matter of Time" and "Too Many Rivers”; Peggy Little - "Son of a Preacher Man”; Peggy Little - "I Knew You'd Be Leaving”; Buck Owens - "Gotta Travel On”; Buck Owens - "What You Gonna Do Now?”; Roy Clark - "Sunday Morning Coming Down”; Roy Clark - "Black Mountain Rally”; Grandpa Jones - "Pap's Corn Liquor Still”; The Hagers - "Horseflies on Your Face”

 


episode 8, 11/10/70: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Tom T. Hall - "Shoeshine Man”; Jean Shepard - "Seven Lonely Days”; The Hagers - "Distant Drums”; Gunilla Hutton - "Today I Started Loving You Again”; Roy Clark - "Raggedy Ann" (a.k.a. "Ragtime Annie”); tom T. Hall - "The Ballad of 40 Dollars”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Think of Me”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Gordie's General Store", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "KORN News". Also, "Kornfield Kounty Concert Band", "Archie's Barbershop", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


episode 9, 11/17/70: Charley Pride - "Me and Bobby McGee”; Charley Pride - "Louisiana Man”; Susan Raye - "Down in the Boondocks”; Susan Raye and The Hagers - "Glory Hallelujah, How They Sing”; Buck Owens - "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Why, Baby, Why”; Roy Clark - "Lara's Theme”; Grandpa Jones - "Stay in the Wagon Yard”.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/24/70: Tammy Wynette - "Sweet Dreams”; Tammy Wynette - "He Loves Me All the Way”; Ed Bruce - "Song for Ginny”; Ed Bruce - "True Love's Forgiving”; Buck Owens - "Johnny B. Goode”; Buck Owens - "You're A Real Good Friend”; Roy Clark - "Boil That Cabbage Down”; Roy Clark, Grandpa Jones and Stringbean - "Charmin' Betsy”.

 


EPISODE 11, 12/1/70: Ray Charles - "You Don't Know Me”; Ray Charles and Buck Owens - "Together Again”; Lynda K. Lance sings "The World I Used to Know”; Doyle Holly and the Buckaroos - "Feeling Good Is Easy, Baby”; Buck Owens - "This Old House”; Roy Clark - "Days of Sand and Shovels”; The Hagers - "Hitchin' a Ride”.

 


EPISODE 12, 12/8/70: Kenny Price - “Biloxi”; Linda Martell - "Bad Case of the Blues”; Buck Owens - "Company's Comin’”; Buck Owens and his son Buddy Alan - "Wake Up, Little Susie”; Roy Clark - "Home Sweet Home" (banjo instrumental).

 


EPISODE 13, 12/15/70: Waylon Jennings - "Kentucky Woman”; Waylon Jennings - "Six Strings Away”; Diana Trask - "All I Have to Offer You Is Me”; Diana Trask - "I Fall to Pieces”; Johnny Duncan - "Let Me Go”; Buck Owens - "You Gotta Have a License”; Buck Owens and son Buddy Alan Owens - "Bye-Bye Love”; Roy Clark - "Alabama Jubliee”; Roy Clark - "John Henry”; The Hagers - "That's My Love”.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/29/70: Show Opening; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms”; Roy Rogers - “Lovenworth”; Dale Evans - "Heavenly Sunshine”; Roy Clark - "Nine Pound Hammer”; Gordie Tapp and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Nobody's Singin' Them Cowboy Songs No More”; Roy Clark - "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - "Friendship Medley”; Buck Owens - "I Wouldn't Live In New York City”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/5/71: Amanda Blake (of "Gunsmoke") - "Long Branch Blues”; Amanda Blake and the Hagers - "Tennessee Waltz”; Charley Pride - I'd Rather Love You”; Charley Pride - "Sweet Promises”; Buck Owens - "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain”; Buck Owens - "Everything Reminds Me”; Roy Clark - "Weakness in a Man”; Cathy Baker - "Goober Peas”; The Hagers - "Looney Cahoose”; Also: Guest Mickey Mantle appears in comedy sketches with Junior Samples.

 


EPISODE16, 1/12/71: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Roger Miller - "Dang Me" (introduced by the whole cast singing Roger Miller's song "King of the Road”); Peggy Little - "I Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You”; The Hagers - "Teach Your Children”; The Nashville Edition - "Break My Mind”; Peggy Little - "Statue of a Fool”; Roger Miller - "That's the Way I Feel”; Buck Owens - "Bridge Over Troubled Water”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "KORN News", "Samples Sales", and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Cornfield Jokes", "Dr. Campbell", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Archie's Barbershop", and Yankees outfielder Bobby Murcer appears in several comedy sketches with Junior Samples.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/19/71: Marty Robbins - "Beggin' to You”; Marty Robbins - "I'll Have to Make Some Changes”; Connie Smith - "Louisiana Man”; Connie Smith - "I Never Once Stopped Loving You”; Roy Clark - "White Lightnin’”; The Hagers - "Flowers Need Sun, Too”.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/26/71: George Jones - "You Comb Her Hair”; Tammy Wynette - "How Great Thou Art”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms”; Billie Jo Spears - "I Stayed Long Enough”; Buck Owens - "Tiger by the Tail”; Buck Owens - "Catch the Wind”; Roy Clark - "Middle of the Road”; The Hagers - "Yellow River”; Stringbean - "Sugarfoot Rag" (on banjo).

 


EPISODE 19, 2/2/71: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Roll Out the Red Carpet”; Loretta Lynn - "Coal Miner's Daughter”; Bill Anderson - "Wild Weekend”; Roy Clark - "January, April and Me”; Loretta Lynn - "Secret Love”; The Hagers - "Looking Out My Back Door”; Susan Raye - "Willie Jones”; Bill Anderson - "I Love You Drops”; Buck Owens - "Homeward Bound”.

 


EPISODE 20, 2/9/71: Roy Rogers - "Cowboy Night Herd Song”; Dale Evans - "My Love”; Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and the Hee Haw regulars - medley ("Aha, San Antone," "Adelita," "Cielito Lindo" and "Allá en el Rancho Grande”); Buck Owens - "The Devil Made Me Do That”; Buck Owens - "Little Liza Jane”; Roy Clark - "Folsom Prison Blues”; The Hagers - "I'm Miles Away”; Gordie Tapp - "City Ways”; Also appearing? Billy Jo Spears.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/16/71: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Talk About A Party”; Hank Williams Jr. - "Rainin' in My Heart”; Jody Miller - "Look at Mine”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Down in New Orleans”; Cathy Baker - "Oh, Little Fishy”; The Hagers - "100 Children”; Jody Miller - "If You Think I Love You Now”; Hank Williams Jr. - "Big Midnight Special”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "I Ain't Gonna Work (The Hippie Lament)”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Samples Sales", "Gordie's General Store", and "KORN News". Also, "The Culhanes", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/23/71: Bobby Bare - "Four Strong Winds”; Connie Eaton - "Tomorrow Never Comes”; Tom T. Hall - "Chattanooga Dog”; Tom T. Hall - "Thank You, Connersville, Ind”; Susan Raye - "I Ain't the One”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Then Maybe I Can Get Some Sleep”; Buck Owens - "Happy Times Are Here Again”; Roy Clark - "Back Up and Push”; The Hagers - "Ride, Captain, Ride."

 


HEE HAW SEASON 3

EPISODE 1, 9/18/71: Roy Rogers - "Spotted Dog Named Sam”; Dale Evans - "Put Your Hand in the Hand”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - "Happy Anniversary”; Buck Owens - "Night Train to Memphis," "Ruby Are You Mad?" and "Ashes of Love”; Roy Clark - "Back in the Race" and "Midnight Cowboy”; The Hagers - "Motherhood, Apple Pie and the Flag”; Junior Samples - "Rabbit Song”.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/25/71: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "???”; Dale Robertson - "Come On Home and Sing to Daddy”; Susan Raye - "L.A. International Airport”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Corn Liquor”; The Hagers - "White Line Fever”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos "Alabama or Louisiana”; Roy Clark - "???”; The Nashville Edition "Proud Mary”.

 


EPISODE 3, 10/2/71: Amanda Blake - "Your Cheating Heart”; Amanda Blake and Roy Clark - "Oh, Lonesome Me”; Buddy Alan - "Fishin' on the Mississippi”; Gunilla Hutton - "Only Mama That'll Walk the Line”.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/9/71: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Old Time Religion”; Kenni Huskey - "Living Tornado”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I Ain't Gonna Be Treated This A-Way”; George Lindsey - "That There's Big with Me”; The Hagers - "Back Out on the Road Again”; Junior Samples - "Doggone, My Dog's Gone”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "San Francisco Town”; Roy Clark - "Hangin' On”; Buck Owens - "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop" and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Samples Sales", "Gordie's General Store", "Paulene and Pierre", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Claude Strawberry", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/16/71: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Truck Driving Man”; Loretta Lynn - "I Wanna Be Free”; Roy Clark - "For the Good Times”; Conway Twitty - "Hello Darlin’”; Buck Owens, Don Rich and the Buckaroos - "Uncle Pen at Home”; The Hagers - "California on My Mind”; Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Pig at Home in the Pen”; Gordie Tapp - "Minnie Others”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries”; Buck Owens - "Rocky Top”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Moonshiners". Also, "Dr. Campbell", "Paulene and Pierre", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Claude Strawberry, the Country Poet", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "The Culhanes", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/23/71: Sammi Smith - "Help Me Make It Through the Night”; Bakersfield Brass - "Yakkety Sax”; Buck Owens - "Salty Dog Blues”; Roy Clark - "She Cried”; The Hagers - "Freight Train Fever”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/30/71: Lynn Anderson - "Rose Garden”; Lynn Anderson - "You're My Man”; Roy Sanders - "I'm Gonna Walk All Over Georgia”; Buck Owens - "Mountain Dew”; Roy Clark - "My Goal for Today”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/6/71: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Out Behind the Barn”; Dale Evans - "What the World Needs Now”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "The Kansas City Song”; Roy Rogers - “Happiness”; The Hagers" - "Mercedes Benz”; Buck Owens - "I Am a Rock”; Roy Clark - "That's All That Matters”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos "I Ain't a Gonna Be Treated This Way”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Samples Sales", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Claude Strawberry", "Paulene and Pierre", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/23/71: Buck Owens: Johnny B Goode; Kenni Huskey: Within My Loving Arms; Roy Clark: Have A Good Time; Dale Robertson: Okie from Muskogee; The Nashville Edition: Wish I Didn't Have To Miss You; Buck Owens: Alabama, Louisiana, or Maybe Tennessee; Archie Campbell: Fall Away (recitation); The Hagers: Break My Mind; Roy Clark, Stringbean & Grandpa Jones: Fireball Mail; Buck Owens: Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/20/71: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Born in East Virginia”; Loretta Lynn - "When You're Poor”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass”; Conway Twitty - "I Wonder What She'll Think About Me Leaving”; The Hagers - "Fort Worth I Love You”; Susan Raye - "Pitty Pitty Patter”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Corn Liquor”; Roy Clark - "I Remember Loving Someone”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "After the Fire Is Gone”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Ole Slew Foot”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler" and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Claude Strawberry", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "The Culhanes", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


episode 11, 11/27/71: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang- "Sam's Place”; Sammi Smith - "Mr. Bojangles”; Roy Clark - banjo instrumental; Buddy Alan - "I Will Drink Your Wine”; The Bakersfield Brass - "Flinthill Special”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "You're a Real Good Friend”; The Hagers - "Joy to the World" (a.k.a. "Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog”); Sammi Smith - "Then You Walk In”; Roy Clark - "Back in the Race”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos "Rocky Top Tennessee”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "KORN News", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Paulene and Pierre", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 12, 12/4/71: Roy Clark: Say Amen; Lynn Anderson: Stay There Til I Get There; Buck Owens: Ashes Of Love; Ray Sanders: All I Ever Need Is You; Archie Campbell: The People Called Him Jesus; Buck Owens: Ruby (Are You Mad); The Hagers: Floating; Roy Clark: (unknown) (banjo); Lynn Anderson: How Can I Unlove You; Buck Owens: Night Train to Memphis.

 


EPISODE 13, 12/11/71: Susan Raye - "I Got a Happy Heart”; Susan Raye and Buck Owens - "We're Gonna Get Together”; Buddy Alan - "Lookin' Out My Back Door”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Wham-Bam”; Roy Clark - "Mary Ann Regrets”.

 


EPISODE 14, 1/8/72: Roy Clark - "Sally Was A Good Old Girl”; Buddy Alan - "Santo Domingo”; Doug Kershaw - "Cajun Stripper”; Buck Owens - "Memphis Tennessee”; The Hagers - "Palausa County Girl”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Heartbreak Mountain”; Gunilla Hutton - "Break My Mind”; Roy Clark and Charlie McCoy - "Midnight Cowboy" (guitar & Harmonica instumental); Johnny Duncan - "You're Gonna Need a Man”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I'll Still Be Waiting For You”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/15/72: Sonny James - "You're the Reason I'm Living”; Jody Miller - "Make Me Your Kind of Woman”; Buck Owens - "I'm Gonna Write A Song”; Roy Clark - "Things I Might Have Been”; The Hagers - "Ain't No Sunshine”; Also: "In the Valley of the Do No Good”.

 


EPISODE 16, 1/22/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "The Yellow Rose of Texas”; George Jones - "Follow You Up to Our Cloud”; Tammy Wynette - "Bedtime Story”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Alabama”; Junior Samples - "Hobo Bill”; The Hagers "Mammy Blue”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Goin' to a Shindig in the Barn”; The Nashville Edition "Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You”; Roy Clark - "Lara's Theme”; Tammy Wynette and George Jones - "We Go Together”; Buck Owens - "Act Naturally”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "KORN News", "Archie's Barbershop", "The Culhanes", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Lulu's Cooking Show", "Samples Sales", "Paulene and Pierre", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/29/72: Bobby Goldsboro - "I'm a Drifter," "Muddy Mississippi Line”; Susan Raye - "Cajun Train”; Susan Raye and Buck Owens - “Togetherness”; Buck Owens - "Wait for the Wagon”; Roy Clark - "Love Story”; Archie Campbell - "Scarlet Ribbons”; The Hagers - "Love Won't Let Me Go”; Buck Owens - "Georgia Pineywoods”; Grandpa Jones, Stringbean, and Roy Clark - "Old Joe Clark”.

 


EPISODE 18, 2/5/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Wabash Cannonball”; Jeannie C. Riley - "Roses and Thorns”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Muddy Bottom”; The Hagers - "Sweet Georgia Sunshine”; Buddy Alan - "White Line Fever”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Y'all Come”; Junior Samples - "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More”; Roy Clark - "Sand and Shovels”; Jeannie C. Riley - "Give Myself a Party”; Buddy Alan and Buck Owens - "Too Old to Cut the Mustard”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler" and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Samples Sales", "KORN News", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 19, 2/12/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Old Dan Tucker”; Dolly Parton - "Coat of Many Colors”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Peace in the Valley”; Porter Wagoner - "What Ain't to Be Just Might Happen”; The Hagers - "The Cost of Love Is Getting Higher”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "John Henry”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I Don't Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)”; Gunilla Hutton - "He's All I Got”; Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "Right Combination”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Dim Lights, Thick Smoke”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "KORN News", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "The Culhanes", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", and "Pickin' and Grinnin’”.

 


EPISODE 20, 2/19/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Are You From Dixie?”; Brenda Lee - "Take Me Home, Country Roads”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Sophronie”; Hank Thompson - "Next Time I Fall in Love, I Won’t”; George Lindsey - "I'm in Love With a Pretty Little Girl”; The Hagers - "Kiss an Angel Good Morning”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain”; Roy Clark - "Yesterday" (guitar solo); Brenda Lee - "Misty Memories”; Hank Thompson - "I've Come Awful Close”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Beautiful Morning Glory”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Paulene and Pierre", "KORN News", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Claude Strawberry", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/26/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Get Along Home, Cindy”; Waylon Jennings - "Good Hearted Woman”; Jessi Colter - "I'm Not Lisa”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Take Me Home, Country Roads”; The Hagers - "Mystery Train”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos- "Ain't It Amazing Gracie”; Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Jackie Phelps - "Bury Me Beneath the Willow”; Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter - "I Ain't the One”; Sunshine Cornsilk - "That's All I Want From You”; Waylon Jennings - "Me and Bobby McGee”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "My Heart Skips a Beat”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell" and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "KORN News", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 22, 3/4/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands”; Tom T. Hall - "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died”; Susan Raye - "He Was in Love”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Alabam”; The Hagers - "Ain't No Sunshine”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Happy Times Are Here Again”; Junior Samples - "A Little Child's Prayer”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Thank God and Greyhound”; Tom T. Hall - "Tulsa Telephone Book”; Susan Raye and Buck Owens - "Somewhere Between”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "KORN News" and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Samples Sales", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 23, 3/11/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Gotta Travel On”; Tammy Wynette - "Good Lovin’”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Bridge Over Troubled Waters”; George Jones - "Selfishness in Man”; The Hagers - "You've Got a Friend”; Bobby Thompson, Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, and Roy Clark - "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I'll Still Be Waiting for You”; The Nashville Edition - "Turn Your Radio On”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "Take Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail”.
Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Moonshiners", "KORN News", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Samples Sales", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 24, 3/18/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Poison Love”; Barbara Mandrell - "Tonight My Baby's Coming Home”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Georgia Pineywoods”; Ferlin Husky - "Sweet Misery”; The Hagers - "Never Ending Song of Love”; Gunilla Hutton - "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation "Put Your Hand In The Hand”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Fireball Mail”; Barbara Mandrell - "Treat Him Right”; Roy Clark - "Volare" (12 string guitar solo); Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Looking Back to See”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "KORN News", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Samples Sales". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Archie's Barbershop", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/25/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Charmin' Betsy”; Jody Miller - "I'm Gonna Write A Song”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Magnificent Sanctuary Band”; Buddy Alan - “Lodi”; The Hagers - "I Can't See Nobody”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Little Liza Jane”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Muddy Bottom”; Junior Samples - "Frank Dupree”; Jody Miller - "Baby, I'm Yours”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "I Won't Go Hunting with You, Jake”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell", "KORN News" and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "The Culhanes", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Samples Sales", "Paulene and Pierre", "Gordie's General Store", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells the story of "Wow Snite and the Deven Swarfs", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE26, 4/1/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Little Liza Jane”; Connie Smith - "Come Along And Walk With Me”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - “Sophronie”; Tommy Ambrose - "Whosoever Will”; Grandpa Jones - "A Dollar Short”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Open Up Your Heart”; Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Afraid To Rock The Boat”; Tommy Ambrose - "When You Believe”; Connie Smith - "I'm Sorry If My Love Got In Your Way”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - “Jackson”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners" and "KORN News". Also, "Dr. Campbell", "Paulene and Pierre", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Archie's Barbershop", "Gordie's General Store", "Samples Sales", "The Culhanes", "Claude Strawberry", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


HEE HAW SEASON 4

EPISODE 1, 9/16/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "The Lawrence Welk - Hee Haw Counter-Revolution Polka”; Ray Stevens - "Turn Your Radio On”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Arms Full of Empty”; Arlene Harden - "A Special Day”; The Hagers - "I'm Just Country Boy”; Roy Clark - unknown song (banjo); Dizzy Dean - "Wabash Cannonball”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Under Your Spell Again”; Roy Clark - "Four Walls”; Ray Stevens - "Along Came Jones”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "You Ain't Gonna Have Old Buck To Kick Around No More”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Archie's Barbershop", "Gordie's General Store", "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell", and "Empty Arms Hotel". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Minnie and Grandpas Kitchen", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "KORN News", and "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?”

 


EPISODE 2, 9/23/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Night Train to Memphis”; Patti Page - "Love You Like I Do”; Buddy Alan - "Happiness Song”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Hard Ain't It Hard”; The Hagers - "Mama Tried”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Ain't It Amazing Gracie”; Charlie McCoy - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry”; Roy Clark - "Cold, Cold Heart”; Patti Page - "Tennessee Waltz”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Open Up Your Heart”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Weeping Willie" and "Moonshiners". Also, "Empty Arms Hotel", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "KORN News", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Archie's Barbershop", "Paulene and Pierre" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 3, 9/30/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - “Waterloo”; Grandpa Jones - "Mountain Dew" (banjo instrumental); Mel Tillis - "I Talked About You All Over Town”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Hello, Trouble”; Sherry Bryce - "One More Time”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down”; The Hagers - "Alberta Bound”; Gunilla Hutton - "You Can Say the Prettiest Things Sometimes”; Roy Clark - "Darby's Castle”; Sherry Bryce and Mel Tillis - "Living and Learning”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Made in Japan”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "KORN News", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Samples Sales", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Weeping Willie" and "Pickin' and Grinnin’".

 


EPISODE 4, 10/7/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Wabash Cannonball”; Ray Price - "Lonesomest Lonesome”; Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson banjo instrumental; Archie Campbell - "Beautiful Dreamer”; The Hagers - "I'm Movin' On”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "High As the Mountain”; Jackie Phelps - “Cannonball”; Roy Clark - “Carolyn”; Sandy Posey - "Why Don't We Go Somewhere and Love?”; Buck Owens - "Gonna Have Love”; Ray Price - "For the Good Times”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Empty Arms Hotel", "Weeping Willie", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "KORN News", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samples Sales", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 

EPISODE 5, 10/14/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Around the Corner”; Johnny Paycheck - "Someone To Give My Love To”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I Don't Care”; Roy Clark - "Night Train”; The Hagers - "Brand New Tennessee Waltz”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Looking Back to See”; Ruby Davis - "Can't Believe I Ate the Whole Thing”; Roy Clark - "A Satisfied Mind”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Ole Slew Foot”; Johnny Paycheck - "Love Is a Good Thing”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Gordie's General Store", and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", "Paulene and Pierre", "Claude Strawberry", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Weeping Willie", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samples Sales", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "KORN News", "Empty Arms Hotel", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/21/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Mountain Dew”; Dizzy Dean - "Night Train to Memphis" (sung several times throughout the episode); Kenny Price - "Super Sideman”; The Hagers - "Never Been to Spain”; Penny DeHaven - "Down in the Boondocks”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Goin' Down the Country”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Under the Influence of Love”; Grandpa Jones - "Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor” (banjo instrumental); Roy Clark - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Under Your Spell Again”; Kenny Price - "Sheriff of Boone County”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store", "Empty Arms Hotel", and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Paulene and Pierre", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie tells the story of how "Ascerica was Dismothered", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 

EPISODE 7, 10/28/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Daddy Sang Bass”; The Hagers - "I Just Don't Feel At Home (In Your Arms Anymore)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Saw Mill Song”; Tommy Overstreet - "Seed Before the Rose”; Jimmy Riddle harmonica instrumental; Susan Raye - "Happy You, Happy Me”; Tommy Jones - "Dixie Hummin' Bird”; Roy Clark - "Soft Rain”; Tommy Overstreet - “Gwen”; Susan Raye and Buck Owens - "Today I Started Loving You Again”; The Nashville Edition - "Delta Dawn”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", and "Gordie's General Store". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "KORN News", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'" , "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Weeping Willie", "Archie's Barbershop", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Empty Arms Hotel", and "Hey Grandpa, Whats for Supper?"

 


EPISODE 8, 11/4/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Sam's Place”; The Hagers - "Good Old Days When Times Were Bad”; Roy Clark guitar instrumental; Jud Strunk - "The Searchers”; Jamey Ryan - “Wildcat”; Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Grandfathers Clock" banjo instrumental; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Act Naturally”; Jamey Ryan - "Memories to Spare”; Bakersfield Brass - "Time Changes Everything”; Roy Clark - "You Don't Know Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Arms Full of Empty”; Jud Strunk - "This World Is Not My Home”. Sketches include several installments of "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Samples Sales", "KORN News", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gordie's General Store", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/11/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Red Wing”; Jeannie Seely - "Don't Touch Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "My Heart Skips a Beat”; George Lindsey - "I Live Here Till I Die”; Buddy Alan - "I'm In Love”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "The Kansas City Song”; Jackie Phelps guitar instrumental; Roy Clark - "Dozen Pair of Boots”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Tiger by the Tail”; Jeannie Seely - “Pride”; The Hagers - "The Next Thing I'll Remember”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "Dr. Campbell", "Samples Sales", "Weeping Willie", "Moonshiners" and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "Minnie's Kitchen", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Paulene and Pierre", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "KORN News", "Claude Strawberry", "Empty Arms Hotel" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/18/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Big Daddy”; Bobby Bare - "What Am I Gonna Do?”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Gonna Have Love”; Barbara Fairchild - "Tell Me Again”; The Hagers - "I Just Don't Feel At Home (In Your Arms Anymore)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Above And Beyond (The Call Of Love)”; Tommy Jones - "Black Mountain Rag" (guitar instrumental); Roy Clark - "Lord, Let It Rain”; Barbara Fairchild - "Thanks for the Mem’ries”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Sam's Place”; Bobby Bare - "Come Sundown”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield" and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Paulene and Pierre", "Empty Arms Hotel", "KORN News", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Weeping Willie", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Moonshiners", "Samples Sales", "Archie's Barbershop", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Pfft, You Was Gone" and "Claude Strawberry”.

 


EPISODE 11, 11/25/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Bill Bailey”; Ray Stevens - "Isn't It Lonely Together”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "High As the Mountain”; Donna Fargo - "Daddy Dumplin”; Jimmy Riddle - "Jesse Polka” (harmonica instrumental); Susan Raye - "Everybody's Somebody's Fool”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Down in Union County”; Donna Fargo - "Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.”; Ray Stevens - “Gitarzan”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Looking Back to See”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler" and "Moonshiners". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Samples Sales", "Paulene and Pierre", "KORN News", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Claude Strawberry" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 

EPISODE 12, 12/2/72: Patti Page - "We Sure Can Love Each Other”; Doyle Holly - "Vanishing Breed”; Charlie McCoy - "Today I Started Loving You Again”; Buck Owens -"Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass?”; Roy Clark - "Family Man”.

 


EPISODE 13, 12/9/72: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Hank Williams Jr - "Pride's Not Hard To Swallow”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Bully Of The Town”; Arlene Harden - "Loving Man" (arrangement of 'Pretty Woman' for female vocalist); The Hagers - "Old Man (Take A Look At My Life)”; Roy Clark banjo instrumental; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos -"Ain't It Amazing Gracie”; Roy Clark - "(I'd Be) A Legend In My Time”; Gunilla Hutton - "Greatest Story Never Told”; Buck Owens - "Foolin' Around”; Hank Williams Jr - "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "Doc Campbell", "KORN News" and "Moonshiners". Also, "Archie's Barbershop", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Samples Sales", "Paulene and Pierre", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/16/72: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "The Lawrence Welk - Hee Haw Counter-Revolution Polka”; Barbara Mandrell - "Show Me”; Buck Owens - "Made in Japan”; Paul Richey - "That's When Love Can Begin Again”; Bill Blaylock and The Modern Sounds of Bluegrass - banjo (instrumental); The Hagers - "Country Boy”; Grandpa Jones and Romona - “Dooley”; Barbara Mandrell - “Satisfied”; Roy Clark - "Four Walls”; Roy Clark guitar instrumental; Gordy Tapp - "Just To Hear All The Readers Digest”; Buck Owens - "Old Slew Foot”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/6/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Corn Liquor”; George Jones - "A Picture of Me (Without You)”; Roy Clark - "In the Mood”; Tammy Wynette - "'Til I Get It Right”; The Hagers - "It Never Rains in California”; Buddy Alan - “Things”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "In the Palm of Your Hands”; Roy Clark guitar instrumental; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "In the Jailhouse Now”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "Old Fashioned Singing”; Roy Clark - "I Never Picked Cotton”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "The Naggers", "Dr. Campbell", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "Weeping Willie". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Paulene and Pierre", "Moonshiners", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Archie's Barbershop", "KORN News", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Justus O'Peace", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Ask Buck", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 16, 1/13/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Walking in the Sunshine”; Tennessee Ernie Ford, Grandpa Jones, Stringbean and Roy Clark - "Little Liza Jane”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Fraulein”; Sammi Smith - "City of New Orleans”; Charlie McCoy - "Orange Blossom Special”; Roy Clark - "For Once In My Life”; The Nashville Edition - "Glory Special”; The Hagers - "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Georgia Piney Woods”; Sammi Smith - "The Toast of ’45”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Dr. Campbell", and "Weeping Willie". Also, "Moonshiners", "Ask Buck", "Justus O'Peace", "KORN News", "Claude Strawberry", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Archie's Barbershop", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "The Naggers", "Samples Sales", and Paulene and Pierre”.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/20/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Love Makes the World Go Around”; Loretta Lynn - "Rated X”; Johnny Bench - "You Don't Mess Around With Jim”; Roy Clark - "The Pilgrim: Chapter 33”; Conway Twitty - "She Needs Someone to Hold Her”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Alone With You”; The Hagers - "Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "Never Ending Song of Love”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Swinging Doors”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Ida Red”. Sketches include several installments of "Weeping Willie", "Moonshiners", "The Cornfield", and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Empty Arms Hotel", "Gordie's General Store", "Justus O'Peace", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Claude Strawberry", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samples Sales", "Ask Buck", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "KORN News", "Archie's Barbershop", "The Naggers", "Minnie and Grandpa's Kitchen" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/27/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "There Is A Tavern In The Town”; Johnny Paycheck - "Don't Take Her She's All I Got”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "But You Know I Love You”; Sandy Posey - "Bring Him Home Safel To Me”; The Hagers - "I Can See Clearly Now”; Ruby Davis - "Thanks, I Needed That”; Johnny Paycheck - "Mr. Bojangles”; Roy Clark - "Right Or Left At Oak Street”; Roy Clark guitar instrumental; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Even Though”; George Lindsey - "Moccasin Branch”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield" and "Doc Campbell". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Ask Buck", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Justus O'Peace", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "KORN News", "Moonshiners", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Weeping Willie", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "The Naggers", "Claude Strawberry" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 19, 2/3/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - “Waterloo”; Don Gibson - "Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel”; Roy Clark - "Do You Believe This Town”; The Hagers - "Out on the Weekend”; Sue Thompson - "Candy and Roses”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Another Day, Another Dollar”; Demetriss Tapp - "Only Mama That'll Walk the Line”; Grandpa Jones - "Cause I'm Comin' Home”; Buck Owens - "Your Monkey Won't Be Home Tonight”; Don Gibson and Sue Thompson - "'Cause I Love You”; Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson banjo instrumental. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Doc Campbell". Also, "KORN News", "The Naggers", "Moonshiners", "Ask Buck", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Weeping Willie", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Justus O'Peace", "Paulene and Pierre", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Archie's Barbershop" and "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?”

 


EPISODE 20, 2/10/73: Roy Clark - "Rock Me Lord, Rock Me Lord!!”; Frankie Laine - "Don't Blame the Child”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Streets Of Bakersfield”; Richard Roberts (Oral Roberts' son) - "Have a Little Talk with Jesus”; Buddy Alan - "Move It On Over”; The Hagers - "Black And White”; Patti and Richard Roberts - "Teach Me, Lord, to Wait”; Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Red Wing”; Roy Clark - "Beautiful Dreamer" (12 string guitar instrumental); Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "If You've Got The Money Honey (I've Got The Time)”; Frankie Laine - "Going To Newport”.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/17/73: Buck Owens - "Ashes Of Love”; Jody Miller - "There's A Party Going On”; Roy Clark - "Jody and the Kid”; Jackie Phelps guitar instrumental; The Hagers - "Don't Ever Be Lonely (A Poor Little Fool Like Me)”; Tony Booth - "The Key's in the Mailbox”; Joe Stampley - "Soul Song”; Buck Owens - “Cowtown”; Jody Miller - "To Know Him Is To Love Him”; Stringbean, Roy Clark, Grandpa Jones, and Bobby Thompson - "Ridin' On That Midnight Train”.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/24/73: Donna Fargo - "Funny Face" and “Superman”; Tommy Cash - "That Certain One”; Tennessee Ernie Ford, Grandpa Jones, Stringbean and Roy Clark - "I'll Fly Away”; Charlie Rich - "I Take It On Home”; Roy Clark - "Come Live with Me”; The Hagers - "I Believe in Music”; Buck Owens - "I'm Walking the Dog" and “Cottonfields”; Additional song? Roy Clark - "I Saw the Light”

 


EPISODE 23, 3/3/73: Buck Owens - "I Washed Hands In Muddy Water”; Frankie Laine - "Can You Hear Me, Lord?”; Roy Clark - "They Call The Wind Maria" (12 string guitar); Wanda Jackson - "Tennessee Women's Prison”; The Hagers - "Burnin' Love"
Tony Booth - "Lonesome 77203”; Frankie Laine - "Put Your Hand In The Hand”; Buck Owens - "Time to Bum Again”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "My Long Journey Home”; Wanda Jackson - "Cowboy Yodel”.

 


EPISODE 24, 3/10/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Wait For The Light To Shine”; Faron Young - "It's Four In The Morning”; Buck Owens - "Somebody's Back In Town”; Gunilla Hutton - "Please Release Me”; Archie Campbell - "Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair”; Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Salty Dog”; Faron Young - "This Little Girl Of Mine”; Buck Owens - "Break My Mind”; Roy Clark (12 string guitar instrumental); Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "Buffalo Gals”; Grandpa Jones, Stringbean, Roy Clark and Tennessee Ernie Ford - "Beautiful Life”.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/17/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night”; Tammy Wynette - "My Man”; Roy Clark - "That's All That Matters to Me”; George Jones - "Loving You Could Never Be Better”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Honky Tonk Man”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson - "Take Me Back To Tulsa”; Patsy Sledd - "Nothing Can Stop My Loving You”; Buck Owens and Roy Clark - “Lover”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "The Ceremony”; The Hagers - "Nice To Be With You”. Sketches include several installments of "The Haystack", "The Cornfield", "Doc Campbell", "Gordie's General Store", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Moonshiners" and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "The Naggers", "KORN News", "Samples Sales", "Claude Strawberry", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Weeping Willie", "Ask Buck", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Archie's Barbershop", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 26, 3/24/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - “Dixie”; Loretta Lynn - "Here I Am Again”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Crazy Arms”; Conway Twitty - "I Can't Stop Loving You”; The Hagers - "Listen To The Music”; Ray Griff - "It Rains the Same in Missouri”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Muddy Bottom”; Gunilla Hutton - "Lean On Me”; Roy Clark - "Weakness in a Man”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "Lead Me On”. Sketches include several installments of "The Haystack", "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store" and "Doc Campbell". Also, "Minnie's School", "Weeping Willie", "Moonshiners", "The Naggers", "Claude Strawberry", "Justus O'Peace", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", "Ask Buck", "Samples Sales", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", Paulene and Pierre" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 

HEE HAW SEASON 5

EPISODE 1, 9/15/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Company's Coming”; Jerry Reed - "Lord, Mr. Ford”; Roy Clark - "Come Live With Me”; LaWanda Lindsey - "Today Will Be the First Day of the Rest of My Life”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin’)”; The Hagers - "Sing Me A Song”; Roy Clark and Jerry Reed - "Head Over Heels In Love With You”; Buck Owens and Lawanda Lindsey - "Loose Talk”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Lonesome Road Blues”. Sketches include several installments of "Gordie's General Store", "The Cornfield", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "Doc Campbell". Also, "Claude Strawberry", "Ask Buck", "Justus O'Peace", "Samples Sales", "KORN News", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "The Haystack", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Minnie's School", "Sargent Samples of the Mounties", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "The Naggers", "Moonshiners", "Weeping Willie", and in "Archie's Barbershop", Archie retells the story of "Rindercella" to guest Jerry Reed.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/22/73: Johnny Rodriguez - "Pass Me By”; Johnny Rodriguez - "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight”; Conny Van Dyke - "All the Way from Alabama”; Cathy McKinnon - "A Thorn in My Shoe”; Roy Clark - "Nobody Wins”; Buck Owens - "Hey, Good Lookin’”; The Hagers - "A Fool Such As I”.

 


EPISODE 3, 9/29/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang "Let The Fun Begin”; Susan Raye - "When You Get Back from Nashville”; Roy Clark - "Why Me?”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Jambalaya”; The Nashville Edition - "The Nashville Edition Hillbilly Hee-Haw Band”; Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors”; The Hagers - "Wasted Words”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "The Good Old Days (Are Here Again)”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Roni Stoneman - "Eight More Miles To Louisville”. Sketches include several installments of "Doc Campbell", "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "The Haystack". Also, "Empty Arms Hotel", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "KORN News", "Moonshiners", "Ask Buck", "Samples Sales", "Justs O'Peace", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Gordie's General Store", "Minnie's School", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Clause Strawberry", "The Naggers", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", Archie tells the story of the "Pee Little Thrigs" in "Archie's Barbershop", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/6/73: Sonny James - "Free Roamin' Mind”; Sonny James - "If She Helps Me Get Over You”; Charlie McCoy - "Me and Bobby McGee”; Buck Owens - "It'll Never Be Over for Me”; Roy Clark - "Soft Rain”; Gunilla Hutton - "Chow Chilla Dust”; Buck Owens and LaWanda Lindsey - "Love Makes The World Go Round”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/13/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "The Crawdad Song”; Tanya Tucker - "Delta Dawn”; Roy Clark - "Roy's Blues”; Buddy Alan - “Caribbean”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Songwriter's Lament”; The Hagers - "I've Just Seen a Face”; Tanya Tucker - "What's Your Mama's Name?”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "White Lightnin’”; George Lindsey - "Unluckiest Songwriter in Nashville”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Log Cabin in the Lane”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Doc Campbell", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler" and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Claude Strawberry", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Archie's Barbershop", "Ask Buck", "Samples Sales", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "The Naggers", "Weeping Willie", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Gordie's General Store", "Justus O'Peace", "Moonshiners", "KORN News", "Empty Arms Hotel" and Stringbean reads a letter from home.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/20/73: Dottie West - "Country Sunshine”; Dottie West - "Just What I've Been Looking For”; Billy Craddock - "Slippin' and Slidin’”; Roy Clark - "The Drifter's Polka”; The Hagers - "With Lonely”; Also performed: "Never Ending Song of Love”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/27/73: Roy Acuff - "Wabash Cannon Ball”; Roy Acuff - "Sunshine Special”; Diana Trask - "It's a Man's World”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "The Race Is On”; Buck Owens - "Heartbreak Mountain”; The Hagers - "Candy Kisses”; The Nashville Edition - "Rocky Top”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/3/73: Roy Clark and Family - "Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms”; George Jones - "Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Too Much Water”; The Hagers - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Ole Oak Tree”; Tammy Wynette - "Kids Say the Darnedest Things”; Johnny Bush - "Here Comes the World Again”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "We're Gonna Hold On”; Roy Clark - "I'll Paint You A Song”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "I Think I'm Going To Like Loving You”.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/10/73: Brenda Lee - "I Can See Clearly Now”; Brenda Lee - "Nobody Wins”; Buddy Alan - "Summer Afternoons”; Buddy Alan and Buck Owens - "Roll Over, Beethoven”; Buck Owens - "Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young”; Roy Clark - "Sweet Bunch of Daisies”; The Hagers - "Thinking of You”.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/17/73: Donna Fargo - "Hot Diggity Dog”; Donna Fargo - "You Are Always There”; O.B. McClinton - "I Want You in the Morning”; O.B. McClinton - "Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You”; Buck Owens - "Arms Full of Empty”; Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Under the Double Eagle”; "Daisy a Day" (Roy Clark - "Daisy a Day”);
The Hagers - "One Good Woman”.

 


EPISODE 11, 11/24/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms”; Jerry Reed and Roy Clark - "Doin' My Time”; Roy Clark - "Roy's Guitar Boogie”; Susan Raye - "The Cheating Game”; Buck Owens - "Hello Trouble, Come On In”; Conny Van Dyke - "Whisper My Name”; The Hagers - “Daniel”; Susan Raye and Buck Owens - "Take a Taste of My Wine”; Roy Clark - "Daddy, Don't You Walk So Fast”; Jerry Reed - "When You're Hot, You're Hot”.

 


EPISODE 12, 12/1/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Fireball Mail”; Hank Snow - "I Don't Hurt Anymore”; Buck Owens - "Get Out of Town Before Sundown”; Barbi Benton - "Danny's Song”; Gamble and Moore singing John Prine's “Paradise”; Hank Snow - "North to Chicago”; Roy Clark - "Lonesomest Lonesome”; Diana Trask - "Say When”; Buck Owens and Buddy Allen - "Charlie Brown”.

 

EPISODE 13, 12/8/73: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "We're Gonna Let The Good Times Roll”; Jeanne Pruett - "Satin Sheets”; Roy Clark - "Somewhere Between Love and Tomorrow”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Old Faithful”; Joe Stampley - "If You Touch Me (You've Got to Love Me)”; Jeanne Pruett - "Hold to My Unchanging Love”; The Hagers - "Ladies Love Outlaws”; Buck Owens and Susan Raye - "Honey, Let's Fall in Love”; Roy Clark - "The Midnight Cowboy Rides Again”

 


EPISODE 14, 12/15/73: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Oh, Lonesome Me”; Charley Pride - "Amazing Love”; Buck Owens - "Hello, Mary Lou”; Susan Raye - "Plastic Trains, Paper Planes”; Ronnie Milsap - "That Girl Who Waits on Tables”; The Hagers - "Lay a Little Lovin' on Me”; Susan Raye - "I Wish I Was a Butterfly”; Charley Pride - "Blue Ridge Mountains Turnin' Green”; Roy Clark - "It's All Over (All Over Again)”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "John Law”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/5/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Ole Slew Foot”; Roy Acuff - "Great Speckled Bird”; Roy Clark - "Paper Roses”; The Hagers - "Ramblin' Man”; Jim Ed Brown - "Broad-Minded Man”; The Cates Sisters (Marcie and Margie Cates) - "Orange Blossom Special”; Roy Acuff - "Night Train to Memphis”; Jim Ed Brown and the Cates Sisters - "Uncle Pen”; Buck Owens - "I'm Moving On”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Roni Stoneman - "Foggy Mountain Top”.

 


EPISODE 16, 1/12/74: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me”; Tex Ritter - "Comin' After Jinny”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Okie From Muskogee”; The Hagers - "Walking The Floor Over You”; Catherine McKinnon - "I Won't Talk About Love”; Don Rich - "Guitar Man”; Gunilla Hutton - "We've Got Old Fashioned Love”; Roy Clark - "A Mansion On The Hill”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - "My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You”; Tex Ritter - "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again”.

 

EPISODE 17, 1/19/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Truck-Driving Man”; Loretta Lynn - "Love Is The Foundation”; Roy Clark - "A Brand New Day”; The Hagers - "Touch Your Woman”; Stoney Edwards - "Hank and Lefty Raised My Country Soul”; Kenny Starr - "Ev'ryday Woman”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - "Invitation To The Blues”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson, and Roni Stoneman - "The Banjo Am The Instrument For Me”; Stoney Edwards - "Daddy Bluegrass”.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/26/74: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Seeing Nellie Home”; Tennessee Ernie Ford - "She Picked Up the Pieces”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy”; Jody Miller - "Lucky Chicago”; The Hagers - "Drift Away”; Tommy Overstreet - "I'll Never Break These Chains”; Jody Miller - "Darling, You Can Always Come Back Home”; Roy Clark - "Sunday Sunrise”; Jackie Phelps - Unknown guitar instrumental; Tennessee Ernie Ford and the whole Hee Haw Gang- "Jesus Hold My Hand”.

 


EPISODE 19, 2/2/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Muddy Bottom”; Tom T. Hall - "I Love”; Roy Clark - "You're Gonna Love Yourself (In The Morning)”; Sunday Sharpe - "My Legs Just Won't Walk Away from You”; The Hagers - “Jambalaya”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson, and Roni Stoneman -"Watermelon On The Vine”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - "I'm Walking”; Tom T. Hall - "Joe, Don't Let Your Music Kill You”; Charlie McCoy - "I Really Don't Want to Know”.

 


EPISODE 20, 2/9/74: Roy Clark - "Tennessee Saturday Night”; Charley Pride - "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos -"Heartaches By The Number”; Barbara Fairchild - "And I Love You So”; The Hagers - "If Teardrops Were Pennies”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - "Bumming Around”; Barbara Fairchild - "Kid Stuff”; Roy Clark - "Room Full of Roses”; Charley Pride - "Folsom Prison Blues”; Tony Booth - "Happy Hour”.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/16/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Rocky Top, Tennessee”; Johnny Cash - "Big River”; Roy Clark - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry”; The Hagers - "My Maria”; Jean Shepard - "Slippin' Away”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Cowboy Convention”; George Lindsey - "Mountain Dew”; Johnny Cash - "City of New Orleans”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Is Anybody Going to San Antone?”; Jean Shepard - "Come On Phone”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Roni Stoneman - "Stop That Tickling Me”. Sketches include several installments of "Dr. Campbell", "The Cornfield" and "Pfft, You Was Gone". Also, "Gordie's General Store", "Samples Sales", "Claude Strawberry", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Ask Buck", "The Naggers", "Moonshiners", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "KORN News", "Justus O'Peace", "Archie's Barbershop", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Empty Arms Hotel" and Tennessee Ernie Ford tells a story about his truck driving nephew.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/23/74: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Hey Joe!”; Pat Boone - "Candy Lips”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Meanwhile Back At The Ranch”; Skeeter Davis - "Bus Fare to Kentucky”; The Hagers - "Yours For Life”; Minnie Pearl - "Jealous Hearted Me”; Skeeter Davis - "I Can't Believe That It's All Over”; Ronnie Milsap - "I Hate You”; Roy Clark - "I Can't Stop Loving You”; Buck Owens and Buddy Alan - “Lodi”; Pat Boone - "I Saw the Light”.

 


EPISODE 23, 3/2/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Uncle Pen”; Loretta Lynn - "Hey Loretta”; The Hagers - "Six Days on the Road”; Roy Clark - "Things That Might Have Been”; Conway Twitty and the Twitty Birds - "You've Never Been This Far Before”; David Houston - "Lady of the Night”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "My Bucket's Got a Hole In It”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Roni Stoneman - "Uncle Ephs Got the Coon”. Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pfft, You Was Gone", and "Dr. Campbell". Also, "Samples Sales", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "The Naggers", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "Archie's Barbershop", "Ask Buck", "Justus O'Peace", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", "Weeping Willie", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Moonshiners", "Claude Strawberry", "Gordie's General Store" and stories by Jerry Clower and Tennessee Ernie Ford.

 


EPISODE 24, 3/9/74: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Out Behind The Barn”; Tennessee Ernie Ford - "Colorado Country Morning”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos -"Big Game Hunter”; LaWanda Lindsey - "Sunshine Feeling”; The Hagers - "Swinging Doors”; Grandpa Jones - "The Mountain Man”; LaWanda Lindsey - "Top of the Morning”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - "Oklahoma Hills”; Roy Clark - "Gentle On My Mind" (instrumental); Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Beautiful Dreamer" (instrumental); Tennessee Ernie Ford, Grandpa Jones, Buck Owens, Archie Campbell - "Just A Little Talk With Jesus”.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/16/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Stay All Night”; Johnny Rodriguez - "Ridin' My Thumb To Mexico”; Roy Clark - "Molly Darlin’”; The Hagers - "Welcome To My World”; The Oak Ridge Boys - "The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor”; Susan Raye - "I Want To Give It All To You”; The Oak Ridge Boys - "He's Gonna Smile On Me”; Buck Owens - "The Bridge Washed Out”; Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson, and Roni Stoneman - "Going To Little Creek”; Johnny Rodriguez - "Release Me”.

 


EPISODE 26, 3/23/74: Lester Flatt - "Salty Dog Blues”; Lester Flatt - "Bluebirds Singing for Me”; Roy Clark - "Alabama Jubilee”; Roy Clark - "Take an Old Cold Tater (and Wait)”; The Hagers - “Raindrops".

 

HEE HAW SEASON SIX

EPISODE 1, 9/14/74: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson - "Uncle Ephs Got the Coon”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "(It's a) Monsters' Holiday”; George Lindsey - "I Like Ugly Girls”; Roy Clark and Buck Trent banjo and fiddle instrumental; Ernest Borgnine and the whole Hee Haw gang - "I'm Looking over a Four-Leaf Clover”; The Hagers - "Cherry Pie”; Roy Clark - "Honeymoon Feelin’”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Pure Love”; Lulu Roman - "Blessed Assurance”. Sketches include "Moonshiners", "Doc Campbell", "Advice to the Lovelorn", "The Cornfield", "Randolph Roy Rides Again", "Justus O'Peace", "The Gossip Girls", "Samples Sales", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "The Haystack", "The Naggers", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Gordie's General Store", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", "Goober's Service Station", "Archie's Barbershop", "Kornfield Korners Depot", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Lulu's Truckstop", "Empty Arms Hotel", and "Senator Willie Ackerman".

 


EPISODE 2, 9/21/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang- "I Wouldn't Take Her to a Dog Fight”; Loretta Lynn - "They Don't Make 'Em like Daddy”; Roy Clark - "Great Divide”; Kenny Price - “Biloxi”; Buddy Alan - "I Never Had It So Good”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean" (Instrumental with cowbells); Buck Owens - "The Cover Of The Music City News" (lyrics changed from "The Cover Of The Rolling Stone”); Loretta Lynn - "I Believe”; Roy Clark - "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down”.

 

EPISODE 3, 9/28/74: Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Salty Dog Blues”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Meanwhile Back At The Ranch”; Freddie Hart - "Hang in There, Girl”; Freddie Hart - "Till the Want-to's Out of Me”; Leona Williams - “Dallas”; Barbi Benton - "Come on Back to Bonneville”; Roy Clark - "The Chain”; The Hagers - "All Your Love”; Buck Owens - "Happy Tracks”.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/5/74: Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "St. Louis Blues”; Buck Owens - "Amazing Love”; Susan Raye - "Stop the World And Let Me Off”; Roy Clark - "Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Sleepy-Eyed John”; Gunilla Hutton - "If You Hear Me Come Home”; Roy Clark - "Dear God”; Minnie Pearl - "I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes”; Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "Kaw-Liga”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/12/74: Roy Clark - "Ashes Of Love”; Buck Owens - "Young Widow Brown”; Jody Miller - "Let Me Be There”; Pee Wee King - "Slow Poke”; The Hagers - "The Games You're Playing (Made A Loser Out Of Me)”; Redd Stewart - "Tennessee Waltz”; Roy Clark - "Hello Love”; Jody Miller - "Natural Woman”; Buck Owens - "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”.

 

EPISODE 6, 10/19/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Run Him To The Roundhouse Nellie”; Loretta Lynn - "Trouble In Paradise”; Roy Clark - "Take Good Care Of Her”; Ernest Borgnine & Roy Clark - "Wait Till The Cows Come Home”; Ernest Borgnine & Roy Clark - "Lindy, Lindy, Sweet Melon Vine”; Kenny Starr - "Behind Closed Doors”; Gordy Tapp - "A Cup To Chase The Blues”; Buck Owens - "Silver Threads And Golden Needles”; Roy Clark - "Slipping Around”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/26/16: Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Corrina Corrina”; Conny Van Dyke - "He's My Lover”; Buck Owens - "I Love”; Bobby Bare and his sons Bobby and Shannon - "Marie Laveaux”; The Hagers - "You Don't Love Me No More”; Bobby Bare and his son Bobby Jr - "Daddy, What If?”; Roy Clark - "Let Me Be There”; Conny Van Dyke - "I'll Never Make It Easy”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Kiss An Angel Good Mornin’”. Sketches include "Goober's Service Station", "Doc Campbell", "The Naggers", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "The Haystack", "Senator Willie Ackerman", "KORN News", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Empty Arms Hotel", "Moonshiners", "Justus O'Peace", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Minnie's School", "Kornfield Kounty Mail", "The Cornfield", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Advice to the Lovelorn", "Lulu's Truckstop", "Kornfield Depot", "Samples Sales", "Gossip Girls", "Weeping Willie", "Gordie's General Store", and "Archie's Barbershop”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/2/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "My Long Journey Home”; Roy Clark - "It's Impossible”; Faron Young - "Just What I Had In Mind”; Lawanda Lindsey - "Hello, Out There”; Bobby Thompson - "Foxfire" (instrumental); Charlie McCoy - "T.D.'s Boogie Woogie”; Faron Young - "The Wrong In Loving You”; Buck Owens - "Unmitigated Gall”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Crying My Heart Out Over You”.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/9/74: Boots Randolph - "Old Joe Clark”; Mickey Gilley - "Room Full of Roses”; Barbi Benton - "Welcome Stranger”; Buck Owens - "41st Street Lonely Hearts Club”; Roy Clark - "The Most Beautiful Girl”; The Hagers - "Take Me”. Also appearing: Hugh Hefner.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/16/74: Susan Raye - "You Can Sure See It from Here”; Bill Anderson - "I'm Happily Married (and I'm Planning on Staying That Way)”; Buck Owens - "Pass Me By”; Roy Clark - "I Really Don't Want to Know”; Nashville Edition - "Crystal Mountain”.

 


EPISODE 11, 11/23/74: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Pain In My Heart”; Barbara Mandrell - "Baptism of Jesse Taylor”; Buck Owens - "Free Born Man”; Tony Booth - "Lonely Street”; The Hagers - "You Can't Get There from Here”; Buddy Alan - "If They Could Only See Me Now”; Roy Clark - "I Made A Living (She Makes the Living Worthwhile)”; Barbara Mandrell - "This Time I Almost Made It”; Buck Owens - "Good Hearted Woman”.

 


EPISODE 12, 11/30/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Stoney Mountain”; Roy Clark - "Love's All Around You”; Sonny James - "White Silver Sands”; Crystal Gayle - “Restless”; Johnny Carver - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”; Gunilla Hutton - "All That I Remember (Are the Good Things)”; Buck Owens - "I'm Just Me”; Sonny James - "A Mi Esposa con Amor”; Roy Clark - "Before I Met You”. Sketches include "Empty Arms Hotel", "Senator Willie Ackerman", "The Cornfield", "Justus O'Peace", "Lulu's Truckstop", "The Haystack", "Doc Campbell", "Archie's Barbershop", "Moonshiners", "Gossip Girls", "Kornfield Kounty Mail", "Claude Strawberry", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samples Sales", "The Naggers", "KORN News", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Minnie's School", "Goober's Service Station", "Gordie's General Store", "Kornfield Depot", and "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen”.

 


EPISODE 13, 12/7/74: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, and Bobby Thompson - “Melinda”; Chet Atkins - "The Entertainer" (guitar instrumental); Buck Owens - "Great Expectations”; The Hagers - "I Wanna Love My Life Away”; Jan Howard - "Poison Red Berries”; Jan Howard - "Seeing Is Believing”; Roy Clark - "Bonaparte's Retreat”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones, and Jackie Phelps - "Headin' South With Nashville On My Mind”; Chet Atkins and Roy Clark - "Rainbow" (instrumental); Buck Owens - "Good Deal, Lucille”.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/14/74: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose”; Tammy Wynette - "Woman To Woman”; Roy Clark - "I Overlooked An Orchid”; George Jones - "The Door”; Gordie Tapp, Grandpa Jones, Buck Owens, and Roy Clark - "There Is Power In The Blood”; The Hagers - "Tell Him No”; Buck Owens - "Me And Bobby McGee”; George Jones & Tammy Wynette - “(We're Not) The Jet Set”; Roy Clark - "Hang Your Head In Shame”.

 


EPISODE 15, 12/21/74: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, and Bobby Thompson - "Whoop It Up Liza Jane”; Donna Fargo - "What Will The New Year Bring?”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town”; The Hagers - “When”; Tony Lovello - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" (instrumental); Donna Fargo - "U.S. of A.”; George Lindsey - "They Don't Make Movies Like They Did”; Roy Clark - "Six Days On The Road (And We're Gonna Make It Home Tonight)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Ruby Ann”; Roy Clark, Buck Trent, and Tony Lovello - "Beer Barrel Polka" (instrumental).

 


EPISODE 16, 12/28/16: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Beautiful Morning Glory”; Red Steagall - "Someone Cares for You”; Red Steagall - "Finer Things in Life”; Susan Raye - "Watcha Gonna Do with a Dog Like That?”; LaWanda Lindsey - "I Ain't Hangin' Round”; Roy Clark - "Room Full of Roses”; Roy Clark -"Thank God and Greyhound”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos sing
"Proud Mary" (Rollin' on the River). Also appearing: Governor Winfield Dunn of Tennessee (with Minnie Pearl and Roy Clark) sings "Lovesick Blues”.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/4/75: Mac Wiseman - "Eight More Miles to Louisville”; Mac Wiseman - "Keep on the Sunny Side”; Tony Booth - "Workin' at the Car Wash Blues”; Gunilla Hutton - "You're Gonna Get Love”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Don't It Make You Wanta Go Home?”; Roy Clark - "I Gotta Have My Baby Back”; The Hagers - "Queen of the Apple Blossom Fair”; The Banjo Band* - "Goin' Down The Country”; Gospel Quartet** - "If We Never Meet Again”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Searchin’”; *Grandpa Jones, Ronnie Stoneman, Buck Trent, Roy Clark, and Bobby Thompson); **Gordie Tapp, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, Buck Owens.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/11/75: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Get Along Home Cindy”; Molly Bee - "Baby, You've Got It”; Roy Clark - "I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)”; Buddy Alan - "Hello Frisco”; Charlie McCoy - "Oh Shenandoah" (instrumental); Kenny Price - "Little Brown Jug”; Molly Bee - "She Kept On Talkin’”; Buck Owens - "Once A Day”; Roy Clark - "I Never Picked Cotton”.

 


EPISODE 19, 1/18/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, and Bobby Thompson - "Bury Me Beneath The Willow”; Buck Owens - "I Wish I Was A Butterfly”; Bob Luman - "Let Me Make The Bright Lights Shine For You”; The Hagers - "Lonesome Town”; Boots Randolph - "Behind Closed Doors" (instrumental); Lulu Roman - "One Day At A Time”; Barbi Benton - "I Don't Know If I'll Ever Love Again”; Bob Luman - "Still Loving You”; Roy Clark - "Me And Bobby McGee”; Buck Owens and The Buckaroos - "Yakety Yak”.

 


EPISODE 20, 1/25/75: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Tobacco, White Lightning And Women Blues No. 2”; Johnny Russell - "Red Necks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon Beer”; Roy Clark - "Old Shep”; The Hagers - "I Only Want To Be With You”; Gordie Tapp, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, and Buck Owens - "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be”; Lawanda Lindsey - "Hello Trouble, Come On In”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Wonderful World Of Women”; Johnny Russell - "The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor”; Roy Clark and Buck Trent - "Dueling Banjos”.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/1/75: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "You're Gonna Love Yourself (In The Morning)”; Brenda Lee - "Never My Love”; Roy Clark - "We Could”; Chet Atkins - "Dizzy Fingers”; Johnny Carver - "Country Lullaby”; Gordie Tapp - "Hen House Ways”; Gunilla Hutton - "See The Lady Cryin’”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "41st Street Lonely Hearts Club”; Brenda Lee - "Rock On Baby”; Hee Haw Banjo Pickers (Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Buck Trent, Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson) - "Last Old Shovel”.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/8/75: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Pistol Packin' Mama”; George Jones - "The Grand Tour”; Roy Clark - "San Antonio Rose”; Tammy Wynette - "Another Lonely Song”; The Hagers - "Country Club And Cowgirl”; Grandpa and Romona Jones - "Merrily We Roll Along - Melody" (Cowbell Instrumental); Mickey Gilley - "I Overlooked An Orchid”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "We Should Be Together”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "We Loved It Away”; Roy Clark - "I Don't Hurt Anymore”.

 

EPISODE 23, 2/15/75: Roy Clark, Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Buck Trent and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Free a Little Bird”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Long Tall Texan”; Dolly Parton - "Love Is like a Butterfly”; Terry McMillan - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown”; Barbi Benton - "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep With You”; The Hagers - "Once In a Life Time”; Kenny Price - "Que Pasa?”; Roy Clark - "Gentle on My Mind”; Dolly Parton - "I Will Always Love You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Games People Play”. Sketches include "The Cornfield", "Gordie's General Store", "Lulu's Truckstop", "Advice to the Lovelorn", "Claude Strawberry", "Moonshiners", "Goober's Service Station", "KORN News", "Dr. Campbell and Nurse Goodbody", "The Naggers", "Gloom, Despair, and Agony on Me", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "Samples Sales", "Justus O'Peace", "Gossiping Girls", "Archie's Barber Shop", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", and "Weeping Willie”.

 


EPISODE 24,2/22/75: Buck Owens and the Hee Haw Gang - "Too Old To Cut The Mustard”; Kitty Wells - "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels”; Kitty Wells - "Too Much Love Between Us”; Freddy Weller - "I've Just Got To Know (How Loving You Would Be)”; Freddy Weller - "Put Your Heart into It”; Jackie Phelps - "Kentucky Rag”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)”; Roy Clark - "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You?”; The Hagers - "Long Lonely Day”; Roy Clark and the Nashville Edition -"Tumbling Tumbleweeds”.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/1/75: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Long Black Veil”; Connie Smith - "I've Got My Baby On My Mind”; Roy Clark - "Funny How Time Slips Away”; Don Williams - "I Wouldn't Want To Live (If You Didn't Love Me)”; Minnie Pearl - "Columbus Stockade”; Kenny Price -"I'm A Hog For You Baby”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "John Hardy”; Buddy Alan - "Call My Number, Call My Name”; Don Williams - “Amanda”; Connie Smith - “Satisfied”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Haunted House”.

 


EPISODE 26, 3/8/75: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Let Me Be There”; Tommy Overstreet & The Nashville Edition - "I'm A Believer”; Roy Clark - "Tips Of My Fingers”; Susan Raye - "Woman's Kind Of Man”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Cut Across Shorty”; The Hagers - "Heartaches By The Number”; LaWanda Lindsey - “Postcard”; Roy Clark & Buck Trent - "Shucking The Corn”; Tommy Overstreet - "If I Miss You Again Tonight”; Gordie Tapp, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, and Buck Owens - "Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies”.

 


HEE HAW SEASON SEVEN

EPISODE 1, 9/13/75: 1975-76 Season Premiere with guests Johnny Cash and John Carter Cash (Johnny's 5-year-old son). Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Thank God I'm a Country Boy”; Johnny Cash - "Look at Them Beans”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Drifting Away”; The Hagers - "Dixie Lily”; Gunilla Hutton - "Lizzie and the Rainman”; Roy Clark - "Before the Next Teardrop Falls”; Johnny Cash - "I Still Miss Someone”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I'm a Ramblin' Man”.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/20/75: Loretta Lynn - "The Pill”; Loretta Lynn - "Trouble in Paradise”; Kenny Starr - "Put Another Notch in Your Belt”; Jana Jae (fidder & member of The Buckaroos) - "Orange Blossom Special”; Kenny Price - "Hi-Heel Sneakers”; The Hagers - "He Don't Love You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Diggy Liggy Lo”.

 


EPISODE 3, 9/27/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Buck Trent, Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw - "Ring, Ring, De Banjo”; George Gobel - "Old Sam”; Buck Owens - "Snakes Crawl At Night”; Jack Ruth - "Lay Back With My Woman”; The Hagars - "You're Sixteen”; Roy Clark - “Slowly”; Barbi Benton - "Brass Buckles”; Buck Owens - "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line”.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/4/75: Tammy Wynette - "Good Lovin’”; Roy Clark - "Heart To Heart”; Billy Walker - "Word Games”; George Lindsey - "A Little Bitty Tear”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Run Him To The Roundhouse Nellie, (You Might Corner Him There)”; Billy Walker - "Honky Tonkitis”; Buck Owens - "Soulful Woman”; Tammy Wynette - "A Mother”; Buck Trent and Roy Clark - "Pig In A Pen”; The Hagers - "Why Don't You Love Me?”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/11/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson, and the whole Hee Haw gang - "I'll Be Riding On That Train”; Ray Stevens - "Indian Love Call”; Buck Owens - "Love Don't Make The Bars”; The Hagers - “Lucille”; Susan Raye - "Ghost Story”; Grandpa Jones - "Mountain Dew”; Roy Clark - "We've Got It All”; Ray Stevens - “Misty”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "California Okie”.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/18/75: Barbara Mandrell - "Keep On Singing”; Barbara Mandrell - "Wonder When My Baby's Comin' Home?”; Doyle Holly - "Queen of the Silver Dollar”; Doyle Holly - “Lila”; Roy Clark - "They'll Never Take Her Love from Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroo - "Brown-Eyed Handsome Man”; Buck Trent - "Dueling Banjos”; The Hagers - "So Sad”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/25/75: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "Ground Hog”; Freddy Fender - "Before The Next Teardrop Falls”; Buck Owens - "A Different Kind Of Sad”; Melba Montgomery - "Searching For Someone Like You”; The Hagers - "Listen To A Country Song”; Kenny Price - "Dr. Feelgood”; Melba Montgomery - "Don't Let The Good Times Fool You”; Roy Clark - "Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song”; Freddy Fender "Wasted Days And Wasted Nights”; Buck Owens - "Baptism Of Jesse Taylor”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/1/75: Jody Miller - "Country Girl”; Jody Miller - "Don't Take It Away”; Little Jimmy Dickens - "Out Behind the Barn”; Roy Clark - "Carry Me Back”; Buck Owens - "How's Everything?”; Buck Owens - "Apartment No. 9”; Little Jimmy Dickens - "A-Sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed”; Roy Clark and the Hee Haw Gang - "Blue Moon of Kentucky”.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/8/75: Roy Clark - "Heart To Heart”; Mel Tillis - "Memory Maker”; Buck Owens - "He Ain't Been Out Bowlin' With The Boys”; Sami Jo - "You're A Part Of Me”; The Hagers - "Rainy Day People”; Mel Tillis - "Storms Never Last”; Roy Clark - "Someone Cares For You”; Sami Jo - "If I Could Just Find My Way (Back To You)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Louisiana Man”.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/15/75: Roy Clark - "If I Had To Do It All Over Again”; Mickey Gilley - "Bouquet of Roses”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Lonesome 7-7203”; LaWanda Lindsey - "Good Time Baby”; The Nashville Edition - “Amie”; The Hagars - "When Will I Be Loved”; LaWanda Lindsey - "You Bet Your Sweet Heart I Do”; Mickey Gilley - "Honky Tonk Wine”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - "Everybody Will Be Happy Over There”.

 

EPISODE 11, 11/22/75: Guests: Barbara Fairchild and Joe Stampley. No further info available.

 


EPISODE 12, 11/29/75: Roy Clark - "Love Began To Grow”; Ronnie Milsap - "Day Dreams About Night Things”; Tony Lovello with the Nashville Edition - "How Great Thou Art”; Buck Owens - "Four O Thirty Three”; Gordie Tapp - "Pretty Womanitis”; Buddy Alan - "Another Saturday Night”; Ronnie Milsap - "Just In Case”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet, "Gone Home”.

 


EPISODE 13, 12/6/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson and Roy Clark - "Open Up Them Pearly Gates For Me”; Conway Twitty - "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Weekend Daddy”; Susan Raye - “Desperado”; The Hagers - "Gonna Love You All the Way from Alabama”; Gunilla Hutton - "With Pen In Hand”; Roy Clark - "Love Sure Looks Good On You”; Conway Twitty - "Touch The Hand”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "It's Been A Long, Long Time”.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/13/75: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer”; Johnny Cash - "I Walk The Line”; Roy Clark - "Love Is A Two Story Word”; La Costa - "Get On My Love Train”; The Hagers (w/The Nashville Edition) - "Back Home Again”; La Costa - "This House Runs On Sunshine”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Queen Of The Silver Dollar”; Johnny Cash - "All Around Cowboy”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Silver Bells" (Instrumental).

 


EPISODE 15, 12/20/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson, and Roy Clark - "My Grandfather's Clock”; George Gobel and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Oh, Lonesome Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Honky Tonk Amnesia”; Barbi Benton - "Movie Magazine, Stars In Her Eyes”; Tommy Ambrose - "It's Bubbling”; Jana Jae - "Ol' Joe Clark" [Instrumental]; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Wonder Where You Are Tonight”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "The Streets Of Laredo”; Tommy Ambrose - "Peace In The Valley”.

 


EPISODE 16, 1/3/75: John Henry Faulk (storyteller and radio/TV personality) - makes his return to TV after being blacklisted in the 1950's. Don Gibson and Sue Thompson - "Maybe Tomorrow”; Sue Thompson - "Big Mable Murphy”; Buck Owens - "Country Singer's Prayer”; Roy Clark - "Honeymoon Feelin’”; Buck Trent and Kenny Price - "Flop-Eared Mule”; The Hagers - "Rhinestone Cowboy”; Also, a musician plays "I Saw the Light" on a saw.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/10/75: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, and Bobby Thompson - "Bile Them Cabbage Down”; Loretta Lynn - "The Third Man”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Love Is A Rose”; Conway Twitty - "Linda On My Mind”; Mark O'Conner (14 yr old winner of the 1975 Grand Masters Fiddle Championships) - "Sally Goodin”; Roy Clark - "That's All That Matters”; Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - “Feelin's”; Buck Owens - "Back Home Again”.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/17/75: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "The Battle Of New Orleans”; Roy Acuff - "Back In The Country”; Roy Clark - "Make The World Go Away”; Tammy Wynette - "Til I Get It Right”; The Hagers - "Blues Eyes Crying In The Rain”; Buck Owens - "Wine Me Up”; Jim Alexander - "Red River Valley” (instrumental on a broom and cigar box) (Viewer Performance); Tammy Wynette - "The Bottle”; Roy Acuff, The Smokey Mountain Boys, and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Wait For The Light To Shine”.

 


EPISODE 19, 1/24/76: Guests: Cal Smith, The Statler Brothers and LaWanda Lindsey. No further info available.

 


EPISODE 20, 1/31/76: Garner Ted Armstrong - "Put Your Hand in the Hand”; Garner Ted Armstrong - "Working Man's Hall of Fame”; Dottie West - "Country Sunshine”; Dottie West - "Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall”; Kenny Price - "Roly Poly”; Buck Owens and cast - "Root Beer”; Roy Clark - "Right or Left at Oak Street”; Roy Clark - "Faded Love”; The Hagers - "Boney Fingers”.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/7/76: Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson - "That Kickin' Mule”; George Jones - "Window Up Above”; Buck Owens - "Storms Never Last”; The Hagars - "Swearin' To God”; Minnie Pearl - "My Pretty Little Thing”; Sunday Sharpe - "Find A New Love, Girl”; Roy Clark - "Then She's A Lover”; George Jones - "Memories Of Us”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I've Got Five Dollars (And It's Saturday Night); Hee Haw Gospel Quartet (Kenny Price, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, and Buck Owens) - "I Shall Not Be Moved”.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/14/76: Tom T. Hall - "I Like Beer”; Tom T. Hall - "Lonesome George, the Basset Hound”; Susan Raye - "Something He Gives Me (to Forgive Him For)”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Child Support”; Roy Clark - "Weakness in a Man”; Roy Clark and family - "Walkin' in My Sleep”; Grandpa Jones - "T for Texas, T for Tennessee”; Jana Jae - "Fire on the Mountain”.

 


EPISODE23, 2/21/76: Roy Clark and The Clark Family - "Down Yonder" (instrumental); Faron Young - "Here I Am In Dallas”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Daydreams About Night Things”; Crystal Gayle - "Wrong Road Again”; The Hagers - "Ravishing Ruby”; Faron Young - "Feel Again”; Roy Clark - "Odds And Ends (Bits And Pieces)”; Buck Owens - "Proud Mary”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet (Kenny Price, Grandpa Jones, Roy Clark, and Buck Owens) - "When God Dips His Love In My Heart”.

 


EPISODE 24, 2/28/76: Guests: Sonny James, LaWanda Lindsey and David Wills. No further info available.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/6/76: Kenny Rogers - "Love Lifted Me”; Kenny Rogers - "There's an Old Man in Our Town”; Mel Street - "Smokey Mountain Memories”; Buck Trent and Roy Clark - "Randy Lynn Rag”; Buck Owens - "Please Mr. Please”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Don't Anyone Make Love at Home Anymore”; Roy Clark - "Red River Valley”. Also appearing: Bob Jackson (Oakland disc jockey).

 


EPISODE26, 3/13/76: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Put Another Log In The Fire”; Roy Clark - "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain”; Merle Travis - "Nine Pound Hammer”; Brush Arbor - "Brush Arbor Meeting”; Merle Travis - "I'll See You In My Dreams”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Streets Of Bakersfield”; Buck Trent and Roy Clark - "Pair of Fives" (Instrumental); Lulu Roman - "Amazing Grace”.

 


HEE HAW SEASON EIGHT

EPISODE 1, 9/18/76: Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Six Days On The Road”; Tammy Wynette - "Stand By Your Man”; Kenny Price - "Let's Truck Together”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Lady Madonna”; Tammy Wynette - "'Til I Can Make It On My Own”; Roy Clark - "Oh Lonesome Me”; The Hagers - "Pencil-Thin Mustache”; Will Geer, Buck Owens, Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "This Land Is Your Land”.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/25/76: George Gobel - "In the Jungle”; Billie Jo Spears - "Blanket on the Ground”; Billie Jo Spears - "What I've Got in Mind”; Buck Owens - "Ozark Mountain Lullaby”; Roy Clark - "Easy as Pie”; Grandpa Jones - "Baby-O”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "California Okie”; Roy Clark, Kenny Price, Buck Trent - Instrumental.

 


EPISODE 3, 10/2/76: Donna Fargo - “Patches”; Donna Fargo - "I've Loved You All of the Way”; Red Sovine - "Teddy Bear”; Buck Trent - “Stampede”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Waitin' in Your Welfare Line”; Roy Clark - "Country Is”; The Hagers - "Drinkin' My Baby Off My Mind”; Roy Clark, the magnificent banjo pickers and the whole Hee Haw gang - " My Walking Shoes Don't Fit Me Any More”.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/9/76: Jimmy Dean and Roy Clark - "I Know What It Means to be Lonesome”; Buddy Alan - "A Thousand Miles”; Roy Clark - "We Can't Build a Fire in the Rain”; Buck Trent - "Wrestling Matches”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Love's Gonna Live Here”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "It's Been A Long Long Time”; Jana Jae - Fiddle Instrumental; Jimmy Dean, Roy Clark and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Corina, Corina”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/16/76: Bobby Goldsboro - "Muddy Mississippi Line”; Bobby Goldsboro - "A Butterfly for Bucky”; Barbi Benton - "Something New”; The Hagars - "Let Your Love Flow”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Together Again”; Roy Clark - "I Am Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes”; Roy Clark - "If I Had to Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over for You”.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/23/76: Ray Stevens - "Honky Tonk Waltz”; Roy Clark - "Most of All”; Susan Raye - "I Love How You Love Me”; Jackie Phelps (w/Jimmy Riddle on harmonica) - "Sittin' On Top Of The World”; Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Minnie Pearl and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Will the Circle Be Unbroken”; Buck Owens - "Rain on Your Parade”; Ray Stevens - "You Are So Beautiful”; Roy Clark and the Clark Family - "Dim Light and Thick Smoke”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/30/76: C.W. McCall - “Convoy”; C.W. McCall - "Crispy Critters”; Crystal Gayle - "Somebody Loves You”; Brush Arbor (band) - "Long as You Still Love Me”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Act Naturally”; Roy Clark - "Have I Stayed Away Too Long?”; The Hagers - "Movin' On”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Lady Madonna”; Roy Clark, the Hee Haw Banjo Pickers and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Wait for the Wagon”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/6/76: Charley Pride - "I Don't Deserve a Mansion”; Dave and Sugar - "Door's Always Open”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "When Will I Be Loved?”; Roy Clark - "Last Letter”; Jana Jae - "Devil's Dream" (fiddle instrumental); Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Tiger By the Tail”; Buck Trent and Kenny Price - Guitar and Banjo Instrumental; Charley Pride - "My Eyes Can Only See As Far As You”.

 


EPISODE 9, 11/13/76: Terry Bradshaw - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry”; Barbi Benton - "No. 1 with a Heartache”; Buck Owens - "Cryin' Time”; Roy Clark - "It Just Happened that Way”.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/20/76: Buck Owens, Roy Clark and George Gobel - "Wolverton Mountain”; Jimmy Dean - "Frilly Shirt”; Buck Owens - "Big in Vegas”; Roy Clark - "Red River Valley”; Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Oh, My Heart Skips a Beat”; Susan Raye - "Honey, Toast and Sunshine”; Roy Clark and The Clark Family - "Before I Met You”.

 


EPISODE 11, 11/27/76: Johnny Paycheck - "I Sleep with Her Memory Every Night”; Mel Street - "Country Pride”; Roy Clark - "Back Home Again”; Roy Clark, the Hee Haw banjo pickers and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Come My Little Pink”; Johnny Paycheck - "11 Months and 29 Days”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "You Don't Find Work in Pool Rooms (and Love Don't Make the Bars)”; The Hagars - Ten Miles Out of Nashville.

 


EPISODE 12, 12/4/76: Sonny James - "What in the World's Come Over You?”; Narvel Felts - "My Prayer”; Narvel Felts - "Reconsider Me”; Buck Owens - "Sam's Place”; Buck Owens - "Under Your Spell Again”; Roy Clark - "Blue Shadows on the Trail”.

 


EPISODE 13, 12/11/76: Larry Gatlin - "Broken Lady”; Larry Gatlin - "Warm and Tender”; The Statler Brothers - "I'll Go to My Grave Loving You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Hollywood Waltz”; Roy Clark - "Baldheaded End of the Broom”; Roy Clark - "Burning Bridges”; Jana Jae - "Tom and Jerry”; The Hagers - "Good-Night Special”.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/18/76: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Tall Dark Stranger”; Margo Smith - "There I Said It”; Jimmy Dean and the Hee Haw Gang - "My Window Faces the South”; Roy Clark, Kenny Price, Buck Trent - Instrumental; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Child Support”; Margo Smith - "Save Your Kisses for Me”; Roy Clark - "Bubbles in my Beer”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/8/77: Hee Haw Gang - “Dooley”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - "If I Had to Do It All Over Again”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Cowboys are Funny Things”; The Hagars -" Sunday Afternoon Boat Ride In The Park On The Lake”; Roy Rogers and Dale Evans - "Feeling Country Blue”; Kenny Price - "Pickin' Up the Pieces”; Roy Clark - "One of These Days”; Roy Rogers - "Square Dance”.

 


EPISODE 16, 1/15/77: Hee Haw Gang - "My Bucket's Got A Hole In It”; Tennessee Ernie Ford, Roy Clark, Merle Travis - "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train”; Brenda Lee - "Ruby's Lounge”; Roy Clark and the Nashville Edition - "The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma”; Buck Owens - "Sexy Movies”; Jimmy and James Henley and Roy Clark - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown”; Brenda Lee - "Takin' What I Can Get”; Roy Clark, Ernie Ford, Grandpa Jones, Archie Campbell, Merle Travis - "Just a Little Talk With Jesus”.

 


EPISODE 17, 1/22/77: The Clark Clan - "The Clark Special”; Jim Ed Brown - "I've Rode with the Best”; Buck Owens and Jana Jae - "Square Dance”; Helen Cornelius - "There's Always a Goodbye”; The Hagars - "Just Another Night Without You”; Roy Clark - "Let's Put It Back Together Again”; Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "I Don't Want to Have to Marry You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Restless Heart”.

 


EPISODE 18, 1/29/77: Mel Tillis - "Good Woman Blues”; Susan Raye - "Mr Heartache”; Roy Clark and the Nashville Edition - "Back in the Saddle Again”; Mel Tillis - "Love Revival”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "Pig In A Pen”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Texas Tornado”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - "Where the Soul of Man Never Dies”.

 


EPISODE 19, 2/5/77: Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty - "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man”; Conway Twitty - "Games That Daddies Play”; Loretta Lynn - "Somebody Somewhere”; The Hager Brothers - "Country Boy”; Roy Clark - "Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall”; Includes Lorne Greene.

 


EPISODE 20, 2/12/77: Barbara Mandrell - "Mama, Don't Allow”; Barbara Mandrell - "Standing Room Only”; Hoyt Axton - “Evangelina”; Hoyt Axton - "Flash of Fire”; Roy Clark - "Half As Much”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Take Me Back to Tulsa”.

 


EPISODE 21, 2/19/77: George Jones - "Her Name Is”; Tammy Wynette - "You and Me”; George Jones and Tammy Wynette - "Golden Ring”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "The Wall”; Roy Clark and the Nashville Edition - "Teardrops in My Heart”; The Hagers - "You Are the Woman”.

 


EPISODE 22, 2/26/77: Jody Miller - "When the New Wears off Our Love”; Ernest Tubb - "Waltz Across Texas”; Roy Clark - "After the Storm”; Roy Clark and Buck Trent - "Mississippi Sawyer”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Peaceful Easy Feeling”.

 


EPISODE 23, 3/5/77: Hee Haw Gang - "Seeing Nellie Home”; Bill Anderson - "Liars One, Believers Zero”; Mary Lou Turner - "Love It Away”; Buck Owens - "Feel Good Again”; Gerald Smith - "Georgia Quackerjack”; The Hagers - "The End Is Not in Sight”; Bill Anderson and Mary Lou Turner - "Gone at Last”; Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Mama Don't Allow”.

 


EPISODE 24, 3/12/77: Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw Gang - "White Lightning"
Mickey Gilley - "Lawdy Miss Clawdy”; Roy Clark - "Sweet Dreams of You”; Jimmy Henley and Roy Clark - "Blue Grass Breakdown”; Susan Raye - "Ozark Mountain Lullaby”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Bob Wills Is Still the King”.

 


EPISODE 25, 3/19/77: Roy Clark and The Clark Family - "Sweet Bunch of Daisies”; Faron Young - "Some Kind of a Woman”; Barbara Mandrell - "Midnight Angel”; Grandpa and Ramona Jones - "When The Bees Are In The Hive”; The Hagers - "Flash of Fire”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "We're Gonna Build a Fire”; Faron Young - "The Worst You Ever Gave Me Was the Best I Ever Had”; Roy Clark and Buck Owens - "Pistol Packin' Mama”.

 


EPISODE 26, 3/26/77: Hee Haw Gang - "Another Day, Another Dollar”; Tennessee Ernie Ford and Merle Travis - "Sixteen Tons”; Connie Smith - "I Don't Wanna Talk It Over”; Roy Clark - "That'll Be the Day”; Kenny Price - "Crawdad Hole”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Made in Japan”; Connie Smith - "Till I Kissed You”; Roy Clark, Ernie Ford, Grandpa Jones, Archie Campbell, Merle Travis - "Gone Home”.

 

HEE HAW SEASON NINE

EPISODE 1, 9/17/77: Mel Tillis; Susan Raye; Thompson Brothers; Duke of Paducah. No further information available.

 


EPISODE 2, 9/24/77: Roy Rogers; Dale Evans; Sons of the Pioneers; Harper Twins; Grandpa & Ramona Jones; Duke of Paducah. No further information available.

 


EPISODE 3, 10/1/77: Kenny Rogers - “Lucille”; Kenny Rogers - "Daytime Friends”; Lulu Roman - "Light at the End of the Darkness”; Roy Clark - "Devilish Mary”; Roy Clark and the Nashville Edition - "Half a Love”; The Hagers - "Brand New Country Star”.

 


EPISODE 4, 10/9/77: Jerry Reed - "East Bound and Down”; Jerry Reed, Buck Owens and Roy Clark - "Bully of the Town”; Sammi Smith - "Loving Arms”; Sammi Smith - "All I Ever Need Is You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Tumbling Tumbleweeds”; Jimmy Henley (banjo player) - "Dear Old Dixie”.

 


EPISODE 5, 10/15/77: Dottie West - "Every Word I Write”; Dottie West - "When It's Just You and Me”; Freddy Fender - "If You Don't Love Me”; Freddy Fender - "The Rains Came”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Under the Influence of Love”; The Hagers - "You're the Hangnail of My Life”; Also appearing: The Roy Clark Family.

 


EPISODE 6, 10/22/77: Larry Gatlin, Phelps & Riddle, and Jimmy Henley. Larry Gatlin "Statues Without Heart, Stones With No Feelin'", "I Don't Want to Cry”; Buck Owens "How Come My Dog Don't Bark When You Come Around”; Roy Clark "Walkin' on Cloud No. 9”; Kenny Price "I'd Buy You Chattanooga, To Get That Devil off Your Back”; Jimmy Henley, Roy Clark "Orange Blossom Special”; Buck Owens & The Buckaroos "Cool Water”.

 


EPISODE 7, 10/29/77: Eddie Rabbitt - "I'm a Little Bit Lonesome”; Eddie Rabbitt - "We Can't Go on Living like This”; Roy Clark - "I Don't Know How to Tell Her”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water”.

 


EPISODE 8, 11/5/77: Loretta Lynn - "Why Can't He Be You?”; Loretta Lynn - "She's Got You”; Sons of the Pioneers - "Tumbling Tumbleweeds”; Sons of the Pioneers and Roy Clark - "Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie”; Ernest Rey - “Trixie”; Jana Jae - "Cripple Creek”; Roy Clark (on guitar) - "Lazy River”.

 


EPISODE 9,11/12/77: Charley Pride - "I'll Be Leaving Alone”; Hank Thompson - "Just an Old Flame”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "But You Know I Love You”; The Hagers - “Sunflower”; Also appearing: actor David Huddleston.

 


EPISODE 10, 11/19/77: Sonny James - "Bright Lights, Big City”; Sonny James - "When the Snow Is on the Roses”; The Oak Ridge Boys - "Y'all Come Back Saloon”; Kenny Price - "Blueberry Hill”; Jana Jae - "Chicken Reel”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Break My Mind”; Roy Clark (on guitar) - "Near You”.

 


EPISODE 11, 11/26/77: Tom T. Hall - "It's All in the Game”; Tom T. Hall - "Your Man Loves You, Honey”; The Sons of the Pioneers - "Cool Water”; Kenny and William Price - "Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way”; The Hagers - "Daydreams About Night Things”; Roy Clark - “Kids”.

 


EPISODE 12, 12/3/77: Don Williams - "She Never Knew Me”; Don Williams - "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend”; Dave and Sugar - "That's the Way Love Should Be”; Jimmy Henley - "Bully of the Town”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Here I Am In Dallas”; Roy Clark - "I Have a Dream”.

 


EPISODE 13,12/10/77: Floyd Cramer - "Last Date”; Floyd Cramer, Roy Clark and cast - "San Antonio Rose”; Kenny Roberts - "She Taught Me to Yodel”; The Hagers - "Whole Lotta Things to Sing About”; Roy Clark and Buck Owens - "I've Been Everywhere”.

 


EPISODE 14, 12/17/77: Dennis Weaver, Buck Owens and cast - "Make Love to Life”; Susan Raye - "Saturday Night to Sunday Quiet”; Roy Clark - "I'd Build a Bridge”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Let the Good Times Roll”.

 


EPISODE 15, 1/7/78: Larry Gatlin - "Broken Lady”; Susan Raye - "Honky Tonk Homestead”; Buck, Buckaroos - "All Around Cowboy”; Roy Clark - "Me and the Elephant”; Buck Trent, Roy Clark - "Earl's Breakdown”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - "Amazing Grace”; Also appearing: Vernon Presley (Elvis's father).

 


EPISODE 16, 1/14/78: Barbara Mandrell - "Hold Me”; Barbara Mandrell - "Woman to Woman”; Jimmy Henley - "Swedish Rhapsody”; Roy Clark - "Love for All Seasons”; The Roy Clark Family - "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’”; Also appearing: Billy Carter (brother of US President Jimmy Carter); Larry Mahan (rodeo champion in a singing appearance).

 


EPISODE 17, 1/21/78: Johnny Bench performs "Oklahoma Morning”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town”; Roy Clark - "It's a Young World”; The Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - "This World Is Not My Home”; The Hagers - "Midnight Flyer”; Also appearing: Jeannie C. Riley (singer); Tommy Lasorda (manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers); Dave Peterson (disc jockey).

 


EPISODE 18, 1/28/78: Roy Rogers - "When Pay Day Rolls Around”; Dale Evans - "I Can't Stop Lovin' You”; Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Buck Owens - "Happy Trails to You”; Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - “Okie”; Kenny Price - “Leaving”; The Nashville Edition - “Mississippi”; Roy Clark - "Happy Days”; Roy Clark and the Hee Haw cast - "Blackeyed Susie”.

 


EPISODE 19,2/4/78: Brush Arbor - "Don't Play That Song”; Patti Page - "We Sure Can Love Each Other”; Patti Page and Roy Clark - "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?" and "The Tennessee Waltz”; Buck Owens and the Hee Haw cast - "Shake Rattle and Roll”; Roy Clark (on guitar) - "Georgia on My Mind”' Also appearing: Wesley Sarginson (Atlanta area TV anchorman).

 


EPISODE 20, 2/11/78: Kenny Rogers - "Lay Down Beside Me”; The Kendalls - "Heaven's Just a Sin Away”; Buck Owens - “Lodi”; Roy Clark - "Must You Throw Dirt in My Face”; Roy Clark and his family - "Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide”; Hee Haw Gospel Quartet - "Gone Home”.