Hee haw collection / produced by Yongestreet Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network at WLAC TV, Nashville ; produced by Frank Peppiatt and John Aylesworth ; written by Gordie Tapp, Archie Campbell, George Yanok and Jack Burns ; directed by Bill Davis.
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- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Alexandria, Va. : Time-Life Video, 
- Copyright: ©1975
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Originally aired on television in 1969.
Special features: includes guests stars; cornfield knee-slappers.
Show opening -- Long tall Texan (Buck Owens) -- Love is like a butterfly (Dolly Parton) -- Foggy Mountain breakdown (Terry McMillian) -- Now I lay me down to sleep with you (Bari Benton) -- Once in a life time (Hagers) -- Que pasa (Kenny Price) -- Gentle on my mind (Roy Clark) -- I will always love you (Dolly Parton) -- Games people play (Buck Owens and the Buckaroos).
Show opening -- Lucille (Kenny Rogers) -- Our old mansion (Buck Owens & the Buckaroos) -- Here's to the ladies (Jana Jae) -- Brand new country star (Hagers) -- Red Wing (Cathy Barton) -- Half a love (Roy Clark) -- Day time friends and night time lovers (Kenny Rogers) -- Light at the end of the darkness (Lulu Roman).
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Art director, Gene McAvoy ; music, Don Rich & The Buckaroos ; costume designer, Lucille Taylor.
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Featuring Dolly Parton, Kenny Price, Jana Jae, Kenny Rogers ; Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Archie Campbell, Cathy Baker, Gunilla Hutton, Grandpa Jones, Lulu Roman, Junior Samples, Stringbean.
Pickin' and ginnin', singin' and spinnin' tall tales and corny jokes, the citizens of Kornfield Kounty landed on television as a summer replacement in 1969. Each week co-hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark and a cast of comedians and musicians would welcome the biggest stars in country music to perform their songs and help deliver the classic one-liners.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
DVD, Region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital.
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