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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Andy Williams Show' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Andy Williams Show':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

October 4, 1969:
Season 1, episode 3
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Claudine Longet, Johnny Cash, The First Edition.

November 1, 1969:
Season 1, episode 7
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Flip Wilson, Debbie Reynolds, Rod Serling, Henry Mancini, The Edwin Hawkins Singers.
Debbie sings "Make a Rainbow". The Edwin Hawkins Singers sing "Oh, Happy Day". Andy sings "Let's Get Together", "You Are Everything Is" and "If I Ruled the World". Andy and Debbie duet on "Give a Little Love". Henry and Andy perform "Charade" and "Me, Natalie". Rod Serling narrates an elaborate saloon sketch in which Debbie spoofs Mae West and Andy does W.C. Fields. Flip plays Andy's fairy godmother and tries to rent a room for himself and the cookie-mooching bear.

November 8, 1969:
Season 1, episode 8
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With The Smothers Brothers, Judy Collins, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.
Tom and Dick Smothers sing and rib each other until Dickie decides to go on his own, working with a bear instead of his brother. Miss Collins sings "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" Andy and the Osmond Brothers revive "Peg of My Heart", and the Union Gap plays "Who Can I Turn To?"

November 15, 1969:
Season 1, episode 9
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jimmy Durante, Jackie DeShannon, Rolf Harris, The Grass Roots.
Durante sings "When I'm 64" and joins Andy in a series of comedy blackouts. Andy sings "Maria" and "The Twelfth of Never".

November 22, 1969:
Season 1, episode 10
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Jo Anne Worley, Mary Hopkin, The Osmond Brothers.

November 29, 1969:
Season 1, episode 11
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Bob Hope, Dusty Springfield, Ray Stevens, James Garner, The Osmond Brothers.
Andy sings "Leaving On A Jet Plane" & "More". Dusty sings "A Brand New Me". Ray sings a hit medley. Andy and Dusty duet on "Blue Eyes". The Osmonds sing "Make the Music Flow". Andy and the Osmonds sing "With a Little Help From My Friends". The Williams Weirdos heckle their host in "For Once In My Life". Sketches: Bob Hope and James Garner spoof an auto commercial.

December 13, 1969:
Season 1, episode 12
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With The Temptations, Peggy Lipton, Ken Berry.
Andy is featured in a production number, "In An English Garden". Ken spoofs an old Fred Astaire movie. The Temptations perform "A Time For Us". Ken sings "Sighin', Dyin', Cryin' and Goin' Away". Peggy sings "Lu". Andy & Peggy duet on "I Want to Be Free" and "Born Free".

January 3, 1970:
Season 1, episode 14
W: Allan Blye

With James Garner, Jimmy Durante, Leslie Uggams, Judy Carne.
Durante appears as Jimmy Appleseed, and then teaches the cookie-begging bear to be a song 'n' dance man. Garner does several blackouts as Automotive Answer Man.

January 10, 1970:
Season 1, episode 15
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Arte Johnson, Cass Elliot, Ray Stevens, Sam Jaffe.
Arte brings along his "old man" character to pester Miss Elliott as she sits on a park bench. In other skits he's a singer named Jerry Pellito, a caged canary and he becomes an agent for the cookie-craving bear.

January 17, 1970:
Season 1, episode 16
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye   D: Art Fisher

With Kate Smith, Don Ho, The Rascals, The Osmond Brothers.
Williams sings "We Can Work it Out". Miss Smith sings "Where Am I Going?". Ho sings "Pearly Shells" and "Tiny Bubbles". Director Art Fisher employs unique slow-motion tape during the Osmond Brothers number.

January 24, 1970:
Season 1, episode 17
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jimmie Rodgers, Tiny Tim, Charlie Callas, Deanna Lund, The Lettermen.
Andy sings "Manhattan"; choreographer Jaime Rodgers and six male dancers perform in a segment titled "Prison Theme".

January 31, 1970:
Season 1, episode 18
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Ken Berry, Sergio Mendes, The Jackson Five, Carl Ballantine.
Andy and Ken do a production number to "New York Suite". Andy sings "If I Ruled the World" and "Without Love".

February 7, 1970:
Season 1, episode 19
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Sid Caesar, Jo Anne Worley, Dusty Springfield.
Andy sings "I Will Wait for You", "Oh Me, Oh My" and Somewhere My Love"; Jo Anne and Andy team in a comedy number, "Call Me Irresponsible"; Caesar is in a skit, "The Museum".

February 14, 1970:
Season 1, episode 20
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Andy Griffith, Claudine Longet, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.
Williams sings "Because" and "Canadian Sunset". Miss Longet sings songs from her album, "Run Wild, Run Free".

February 21, 1970:
Season 1, episode 21
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Donald O'Connor, Tony Joe White, Thelma Houston.
Don and Andy do a comedy spoof on children's shows as "Ed and Fred". Don also sings "Singin' in the Rain" and does the history of dancing from cavemen to the year 2525. Andy's songs include "Raindrops Are Falling on My Head", "Walk a Mile in My Shoes", "Hello, Young Lovers" and "Born Free". In another comedy bit Andy encounters some strange people while singing "Strangers in the Night".

February 28, 1970:
Season 1, episode 22
W: Allan Blye

With The Smothers Brothers, Ray Stevens, Gladys Knight and the Pips.
Stevens sings "Mr. Businessman"; the Smothers are featured in one segment with the cookie-stealing bear and in a skit about the history of communication. Gladys & the Pips sing "Friendship Train", and Andy is heard in numbers like "Honey Come Back", "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" and "Days of Wine and Roses".

March 7, 1970:
Season 1, episode 23
W: Allan Blye

With Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, Smokey Robinson, Carl Ballantine, Charlie Callas, Ray Stevens, James Garner, Arte Johnson.
Stevens sings "Everything Is Beautiful"; Kenny Rogers & The First Edition sing "Something's Burning" and Andy offers three songs, including "Bridge Over Troubled Water".

March 21, 1970:
Season 1, episode 24
W: Allan Blye

With The Osmond Brothers.
Andy sings "It's So Easy" and "More"; The Osmond Brothers sing "Keep the Customer Satisfied" and "Ladies Leavin' Town".





September 19, 1970:
Season 2, episode 1
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, The Supremes, Bobby Darin.
Andy starts his second year. Andy and the Supremes open with "Peace in the Valley" and "Together". Landau and his wife team for a musical recollection, "When I Was Young". Andy's solos are "Close to You", "I Just Can't Help Believing" and "Sing That Song Again".

September 26, 1970:
Season 2, episode 2
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Liberace, Ike Turner, Tina Turner, Billy Daniels.
Jonathan Winters, in his role of recurring guest star, helps Andy open the show and then is seen in several sketches, including an appearance with the Flying Silvermans.

October 3, 1970:
Season 2, episode 3
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Donald O'Connor, Jo Anne Worley, Little Richard.
Jo Anne is featured in a skit titled "Capt. Weird and Wonderchick".

October 10, 1970:
Season 2, episode 4
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With The Lennon Sisters, Johnnie Ray, Ray Stevens, Jonathan Winters.
Winters appears in skits as an African white hunter and in blackouts with Williams, Ray and the Weirdos.

October 17, 1970:
Season 2, episode 5
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Lorne Greene, Ella Fitzgerald, Chubby Checker, The Grass Roots.
Charlie Callas as Capt. Weird, the cookie-loving bear and the Williams Weirdos also appear.

October 24, 1970:
Season 2, episode 6
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Cass Elliot, Don Ho, Rosemary Clooney, The Temptations.
Rosemary sings "Come On A-My House". Andy sings "I'm Going to Make You Love Me", "El Condor Pasa", "It's Only Make Believe" and "All the Things You Are". Don Ho sings "Until It's Time For You To Go". Mama Cass sings "Good Times Are Comin'". The Temptations sing "Long and Winding Road" and "Unite the World". Andy, Don, Cass and the Temptations join in for "Workin' On A Groovy Thing".

October 31, 1970:
Season 2, episode 7
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Jo Anne Worley.
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles perform "Grazing in the Grass". Andy sings "Never My Love" and "Lost in the Stars". Jo Anne Worley runs amok as Yolande in a slapstick Latin production number. Charlie Callas rushes about as Captain Weird and the whole cast appears in a takeoff on "The Wolf Man".

November 7, 1970:
Season 2, episode 8
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Kate Smith, Arte Johnson, Gladys Knight and the Pips.
Andy sings "We've Only Just Begun" then joins Kate Smith and Arte Johnson in a comedy sketch titled "Tree Talk". Andy sings "Make It With You"; Gladys Knight and Andy duet. Kate Smith sings "Any One Can Move a Mountain".

November 14, 1970:
Season 2, episode 9
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Ken Berry, Leslie Uggams, Claudine Longet, Charlie Callas.
Andy sings "The Letter", "Fire and Rain" and "The Very Thought of You"; Berry sings "Green, Green Grass"; Miss Uggams sings "Frere Jacques".

November 21, 1970:
Season 2, episode 10
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Phyllis Diller, Ray Stevens.
Phyllis and Jonathan do a takeoff on Women's Liberation and weekend campers; Andy sings "Hello, Young Lovers" and "Emily".

November 28, 1970:
Season 2, episode 11
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jimmy Durante, Mike Douglas, Rick Nelson, Linda Ronstadt.
Andy and Linda duet on "Long Long Time" and "Ticket To Ride". Jimmy Durante portrays a carnival proprietor in a comedy segment with Andy and the Little General of the Williams Weirdos. Jimmy Durante does "Gone Fishin'". Jimmy and Mike duet on "I Want to Be Happy". Andy and Mike discover the powers of the computer in a comedy sketch. Mike does a production number about rain with "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" and "Here's That Rainy Day". Ricky and his group do a medley of his hits with "Mary Lou" and "I'm Walkin'". Linda sings "She's A Very Lovely Woman". Andy sings "Happy Together" and "September Song".

December 5, 1970:
Season 2, episode 12
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Sonny James, Tammy Wynette, The 5th Dimension.
Comedy highlight features Winters at a political convention.

December 19, 1970: Christmas Show
Season 2, episode 13
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Bob Keeshan (Captain Kangaroo), Claudine Longet, John Astin.
The show opens on a winter setting with Andy, his brothers and family in chorus singing "Jingle Bells," later moving to the lodge with Andy in a solo of "White Christmas." Following a family-styled Christmas cookie sketch with Noelle and Christian (Andy's children) and Claudine, Claudine tells a story in song, "Petit Papa Noel," of a little girl's talk with Santa Claus. Andy then sings "It's A Most Wonderful Time of the Year." The highlight of the program will be a Christmas Fable scanning such mythical places as Rock Land, Doll Land and the joyful Christmas Land, featuring Andy, Captain Kangaroo and Charlie Callas; Claudine narrates.

January 2, 1971:
Season 2, episode 14
W: Chris Bearde Allan Blye, Marty Farrell, Milt Rosen   D: Alan Handley

With Petula Clark, Flip Wilson, Sly and the Family Stone, Bill Haley and the Comets.
Flip plays the first traveling salesman and the Reverend Leroy. Miss Clark sings "Happy Heart" and "Going Out of My Head".

January 9, 1971:
Season 2, episode 15
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Bobbie Gentry, Don Rickles, Tommy Roe, The New Seekers.
Andy opens with "Does Anybody Know What Time It Is?" Bobbie Gentry and Professor Mousey Garner perform in a piano act. Andy and the New Seekers offer "One". The New Seekers sings "When There's No Love Left". Don Rickles holds sway for ten minutes as he annihilates Andy and company in his well-known manner; he also tangles with the cookie loving bear. Andy sings "Love is a Many Splendored Thing", Andy and Bobbie duet with "Fire and Rain", Bobbie sings "Mississippi Delta", then Andy closes with "This Is All I Ask".

January 16, 1971:
Season 2, episode 16
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Ray Charles, Cass Elliot, Lorne Greene, Elton John.
Lorne sings a novelty number about an old miner's possessions -- provided in staggery array by the prop man; Andy, Lorne, Cass Elliot and Jerry Maren's Little General in a "Siberian Express" sketch; Ray Charles sings "If You Were Mine" and is backed by the cast in a rocking "Heaven Help Us All"; Cass clowns with the bear and duets with Andy; Elton John performs "Your Song".

January 23, 1971:
Season 2, episode 17
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Ken Berry, Frankie Laine, The Lennon Sisters.
Excerpts from Andy's Command Performance in London are featured. Jonathan Winters as the little ole story teller is back for nonsense in a Peace Conference sketch. Ken Berry is greeted by a 1930's musical introduction and sings "Wichita Lineman". The Lennon Sisters perform a medley of 1970 hits.

January 30, 1971:
Season 2, episode 18
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Don Adams, Al Hirt, The Lennon Sisters.
The show is broadcast from San Diego where the Andy Williams San Diego Open Golf Tournament is taking place. Don Adams performs a famous golf routine. Golfers are shown from the San Diego Civic Auditorium.

February 6, 1971:
Season 2, episode 19
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Raymond Burr, Bobby Sherman, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Lennon Sisters.
Burr tries a little Shakespeare and joins Andy in kidding our preoccupation with "involvement". Raymond and the Lennon Sisters take orders from Captain Andy in "The Zeppelin." Sherman sings "I Cried Like a Baby", and Lewis rocks the studio with a '50s medley including "Great Balls of Fire". Williams' solos are "Heather on the Hill" and "We've Only Just Begun".

February 13, 1971:
Season 2, episode 20
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Nelson, Bobbie Gentry, The Carpenters.
Andy opens the show singing "I Think I Love You". Andy joins the Carpenters to perform "Ticket to Ride" and "I'll Never Fall In Love Again". Karen Carpenter solos with "For All We Know" and Andy sings "It's Impossible". Andy with Ozzie, Harriet and Jonathan do a comedy sketch which looks at primetime programming produced by a local TV station. Andy sings "The Impossible Dream" and introduces Jonathan in the role of the storyteller. Bobbie Gentry sings "Ode to Billie Joe", then the Carpenters perform "We've Only Just Begun". Andy closes with "The Way You Look Tonight".

February 20, 1971:
Season 2, episode 21
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, The Lennon Sisters, Jo Anne Worley, The Friends of Distinction.
The Lennon Sisters open the show with "Rose Garden". The Friends of Distinction do "Grazing in the Grass". Jo Anne Worley joins Andy and Jonathan in a spoof of "Love Story".

February 27, 1971:
Season 2, episode 22
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Jonathan Winters, Cass Elliot, The Association, Dave Mason.

March 6, 1971:
Season 2, episode 23
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Desi Arnaz, Jo Anne Worley, Charlie Callas, The Lennon Sisters, The Bee Gees.
Desi, Jo Anne and Andy do a butcher shop sketch, and the three also do a "My Fair Lady" takeoff. Desi and Jo Anne tangle with the bear, and Andy delivers "Candida" and "Until It's Time For You To Go".

March 13, 1971:
Season 2, episode 24
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Fess Parker, Dusty Springfield, Louis Nye, The Lennon Sisters.
Dusty sings "Running Out of Time". Louis Nye plays the title in a spoof of "The Godfather" with Rosey Grier in a cameo and Andy and the Lennon Sisters participating. Fess Parker sings "Davy Crockett". Andy sings "Danny Boy", "Long, Long Time" and "Fire and Rain".

March 20, 1971:
Season 2, episode 25
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Judy Carne, Richie Havens, The Lennon Sisters, Jonathan Winters.
Judy and the Dancers perform "Hot Pants". Andy sings "She's A Lady", "Impossible Dream", "More" and "Village of St. Bernadette". The Lennon Sisters sing "In My Life". Sketches: Judy and Jonathan play the leads in a spoof of the 1954 adventure film "King of the Khyber Rifles".

March 27, 1971:
Season 2, episode 26
W: Chris Bearde, Allan Blye

With Cass Elliot, Jonathan Winters, Mrs. Joan Kennedy (Wife of Senator Edward Kennedy), Phyllis Diller, Henry Mancini.
Winters is the "Old Storyteller" in a skit about Goldilocks. Andy and Miss Elliot discuss men and women's liberation. Andy sings "Proud Mary" and "For the Good Times". Mrs. Kennedy plays Debussy's "Arabesque No. 1" and "Love Story".


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