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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Julie Andrews Hour' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Julie Andrews Hour':


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

September 13, 1972:
Season 1, episode 1

With Rich Little, Alice Ghostley.
Weekly musical-variety program starring Miss Andrews in her first series. Julie recreates two of her stage roles, Eliza Doolittle of "My Fair Lady" and Mary Poppins of the Disney movie. The show opens with Julie and eight male dancers doing "I Want to Be Happy" and "The Boy Friend". Solos include "If Ever I Would Leave You", "Burlington Bertie From Bow", a medley from "The Sound of Music" and "Time Is My Friend". Little impersonates an elderly stage doorman; Miss Ghostley joins Julie in a skit, "Roommates".

September 20, 1972:
Season 1, episode 2

With Carl Reiner, Cass Elliot.
In a musical spoof of "All About Eve", retitled "All About Wheels", Julie plays roller queen Helen Wheels. Carl plays critic Addison Slime and Cass is Tiny Waddle, trainer and all-around yenta. In a tribute to the "Age of Aquarius", Julie sings songs linked to birthdays of famous people. Cass joins Carl in "It Was a Very Good Year". Julie solos "This Is My Beloved" and "Favorite Things".

September 27, 1972:
Season 1, episode 3

With Ken Berry, Jack Cassidy.
The days of the Ziegfeld Girl and Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers movies are saluted. Julie sings "I Have Dreamed" and "Loch Lemond". In a skit, Alice Ghostley dreams she has a date with Humphrey Bogart (Rich Little).

October 4, 1972:
Season 1, episode 4

With Robert Goulet.
Julie and Goulet reprise memorable music by a quartet of the nation's most noted song writers: Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers.

October 11, 1972:
Season 1, episode 5

With Don Rickles.

October 18, 1972:
Season 1, episode 6

With Steve Lawrence.
Steve joins Julie and Rich Little as the Marx Brothers and turn the stage into a shambles. Also Julie sings a salute to Libras, of which she is one. Steve and Julie appear in another scene as Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald. They also sing a tribute to Oscar-losing songs. The final sequence is a comedy sketch about an English pub during World War II.

October 25, 1972:
Season 1, episode 7

With Diahann Carroll, Phyllis Diller.
Julie features a salute to the big band era with a special roster of lady guests.

November 1, 1972:
Season 1, episode 8

With Dan Dailey, Cass Elliot.
A recreation of the best years of the movie musical, with song highlights such as "Crazy Rhythm", "Won't You Play a Simple Melody" and "Button Up Your Overcoat".

November 8, 1972:
Season 1, episode 9

With Robert Goulet, Joel Grey.
An homage to Lerner and Loewe, featuring "Paint Your Wagon", "Brigadoon", "My Fair Lady" and "Camelot". Also other numbers, including "Sweethearts of Song", "Mack the Knife" and "The Lump and I".

November 22, 1972:
Season 1, episode 10

With Donald O'Connor, The Young Americans, Alice Ghostley.
A salute to the music of Walt Disney. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Dumbo, the Three Little Pigs and other Disney characters join in musical productions that include "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", "I'm Wishing", "I've Got No Strings" and "Waltz of the Flowers".

November 29, 1972:
Season 1, episode 11

With Harry Belafonte, guitarist-accordionist Sivuca.
Harry and Julie sing "Walking Happy", "Lazy Afternoon" and "Feelin' Good". Rich Little does impressions of James Mason, Henry Fonda, Howard Cosell and James Stewart. Sivuca backs Harry's "Suzanne".

December 6, 1972:
Season 1, episode 12

With the Smothers Brothers, Jack Cassidy.
Production features center around the circus and the Gay 90s. Julie and Jack spoof the hazards of marriage. Rich Little does impressions of Truman Capote and Carol Channing. The cast performs numbers from Gilbert and Sullivan.

December 13, 1972:
Season 1, episode 13

With Keith Mitchell, Tony Randall.
Mitchell, who played Henry VIII in the Emmy-winning PBS series, teams with Julie in a takeoff on old English Music Hall entertainment. The cast also salutes writer-composer Noel Coward. Mitchell sings "Impossible Dream". Julie sings "If Love Were All".

December 20, 1972:
Season 1, episode 14

With James Stewart, Joel Grey, Carl Reiner, Jack Benny, Cass Elliot, Steve Lawrence, Rich Little, Jack Cassidy, Dan Dailey, Tom Smothers.
Stewart shows Julie how Christmas is celebrated in a small American town. Julie then gives Stewart a sample of a Dickens-type Christmas in London. In cameo appearances, many of the guests who have appeared with Julie this year return to help her celebrate the Yuletide season.

January 10, 1973:
Season 1, episode 15

With Keith Mitchell.
Mitchell finally picks up the Emmy he won last May for his role in the PBS production of "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" (Mitchell was on location at the time the awards were presented). Julie and Keith do Scene 1, Act 2 of Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew". Other skits involve Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" and A.A. Milne's "The King's Breakfast". In another skit, Keith plays "The Applicant" seeking a position as a physicist who has to face a stiff test from Miss Tiffs (Julie). Julie and Keith sing "Mack the Knife".

January 20, 1973:
Season 1, episode 16

With Eydie Gorme, Jim Nabors, Maria von Trapp.
Clips from the movie "The Sound of Music" will be shown. The cast salutes the snow season in song medley.

January 27, 1973:
Season 1, episode 17

With Robert Goulet, Peggy Lee.
Julie and cast honor those born under the sign Sagittarius. Goulet plays a Mountie in Alice Ghostley's dream. Julie sings "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair". Rich Little sings "Come Fly With Me". Julie, Peggy and Goulet sing "Candy Man". David Merrick, Broadway impresario, is saluted.

February 3, 1973:
Season 1, episode 18

With Sid Caesar, John Davidson.
The guests take part in a movie spoof, "The Godpoppa". Rich Little gives impressions of the vocal efforts of top film stars. Julie sings and dances "On the Sunny Side of the Street".

February 10, 1973:
Season 1, episode 19

With Angela Lansbury, Steve Lawrence.
The cast salutes "Great Ladies of Show Business".

February 17, 1973:
Season 1, episode 20

With Sandy Duncan, Sergio Franchi, The Sesame Street Muppets.
In a salute to Jerome Kern, Julie sings "Strike Up the Band". Rawlf of the Muppets sings "Julie, Do You Love Me?". Sergio and Julie sing the duet from Act III of "Samson and Delilah".

March 3, 1973:
Season 1, episode 21

With Sammy Davis Jr.
Sammy joins Julie for Broadway song hits, impressions and a Blood, Sweat & Tears medley with "Spinning Wheel", "Get It On" and "Redemption". Julie as Adelaide and Sammy as Nathan Detroit perform "Sue Me" from "Guys and Dolls". Sammy doffs his fedora to put on the hat of Tevya to sing "If I Were a Rich Man" from "Fiddler on the Roof" then joins Julie as Professor Howard Hill in a striped blazer and straw hat for "Trouble" from "Music Man". Rich Little and Sammy Davis team up to mimic Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

March 17, 1973:
Season 1, episode 22

With Carol Lawrence, Steve Lawrence, Fritz Feld.
Julie and guests salute the 1930s in comedy and song; one segment includes some first-time-on-TV clips of W.C. Fields.

March 24, 1973:
Season 1, episode 23

With Donald O'Connor, Harve Presnell.
The cast highlights unforgettable numbers by music man Frank Loesser. The Charmoli dancers and Julie start with "Something's Gotta Give". O'Connor does "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street". Julie sings "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and then joins O'Connor for "Basin Street Blues". Rich Little mimes Bogart, Fonda and Lemmon.

March 31, 1973:
Season 1, episode 24

With Henry Mancini.
Highlights: Mancini plays "Days of Wine and Roses" and "Peter Gunn", which leads to a comedy ballet in which Julie plays a detective named BeBee; "Julie's Bloopers", consisting of bits cut from preceding shows, are shown; Julie sings "Whistling in the Dark" and dances to the music of "Pink Panther"; Mancini and Julie do a medley of his hit numbers.


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