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