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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'This Is Tom Jones' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'This Is Tom Jones':


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





September 25, 1969:
Season 2, episode 1

With Sammy Davis Jr., Jo Anne Worley.
Davis sings a take-off on Jones' "It's Not Unusual" and "Come Back to Me", "Oliver", "As Long as She Needs Me" and "After Today". Miss Worley sings "We Do It" with Tom and joins Sammy on "I'm/She's a Woman".

October 2, 1969:
Season 2, episode 2

With Diahann Carroll, Babby Darin, Blood, Sweat & Tears, David Steinberg.
Tom sings "Let It Be Me", "Bright Lights", "I Can?t Stop Loving You" and "Twist And Shout". Diahann sings "I Won?t Dance", "My World Is Empty Without You", "Traces" and "You?ve Lost That Loving Feeling". Blood, Sweat & Tears perform "Spinning Wheel". Tom and Bobby duet on "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In". Tom and Diahann duet with "You Keep Me Hanging On" and "I Love You More Today Than Yesterday". Comedian David Steinberg?s monologue concerns his search for the perfect girl in New York?s Radio City Music Hall. Tom also joins David Clayton Thomas of Blood, Sweat & Tears for some blues numbers.

October 9, 1969:
Season 2, episode 3

With Tony Bennett, Vikki Carr.
Tom sings "Fly Me To The Moon", "Help Yourself", "Ain?t That Good News", "What?s New Pussycat?" and "What?d I Say?" Tony sings "London Is London", "If I Ruled The World", "Watch What Happens" and "The Lady?s In Love With You". Note: The Ace Trucking Company, a comedy troupe, spoofs New York commuters, television and film producers, and undercover cops.

October 16, 1969:
Season 2, episode 4

With Anthony Newley, Peggy Lipton, John Byner, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
Byner does a take-off on Jones singing "Hey Jude". Tom sings "Gonna Build A Mountain", "There's No Such Thing as Love" and "Respect". Anthony sings a medley and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young perform "You Don't Have To Cry" then Tom jons them for "Long Time Gone".

October 30, 1969:
Season 2, episode 6

With Barbara Eden, Wilson Pickett, Hendra and Ullett.
Miss Eden sings "As Long as He Needs Me". Pickett sings "Born to Be Wild". Hendra and Ullett do a comedy bit about the United Nations and, with Tom, perform "Tea for Two Cha Cha Cha".

November 6, 1969:
Season 2, episode 7

With Connie Stevens, Shecky Greene, Matt Monro, The Moody Blues.
Miss Stevens sings "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" and "Spinning Wheel". The Moody Blues perform "Are You Sitting Comfortably?" and Tom joins them for "It's A Hangup, Baby".

November 13, 1969:
Season 2, episode 8

With Charles Aznavour, Cass Elliot, Dick Cavett, The Hollies.
Dick, Charles and Mama Cass do a sketch involving a wacky recording of "The Good Ship Lollipop". Tom sings "September Song", "Try a Little Tenderness" and "Get Ready". Charles sings "Yesterday, When I Was Young". Mama Cass sings "Make Your Own Kind of Music". Tom and Cass sing "When the Battle Is Over". The Hollies perform "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother".

November 20, 1969:
Season 2, episode 9

With Johnny Cash, Minnie Pearl, Jeannie C. Riley, June Carter.
Miss Pearl's monologue deals with what it would be like to be married to Jones. Tom sings "Green, Green Grass Of Home", "Polk Salad Annie", "Show Me", "Kansas City", "Cool Water" and "Treat Her Right". Johnny Cash sings "A Boy Named Sue" and "This Train, Greystone Chapel". Johnny and June perform "I Walk The Line".

November 27, 1969:
Season 2, episode 10

With Claudine Longet, Little Richard, Ace Trucking Company.
Miss Longet sings "You Can't Have Everything". Jones sings "I Got Plenty of Nothin'" and Little Richard solos "Lucille". Sketches spoof Tom's mesmerizing movements and Humphrey Bogart's adventure flicks.

December 4, 1969:
Season 2, episode 11

With Glen Campbell, Janis Joplin, The Committee (Comedy group).
Campbell sings "Someday Soon" and "The Impossible Dream". Glen also joins Tom in singing "I Want to Thank You". Miss Joplin is featured in "Little Girl Blue" and duets "Raise Your Hand" with Tom. The Committee is featured in four skits -- "The Elevator", "The Cigarette", "Talking Doll" and "Graffiti".

December 11, 1969:
Season 2, episode 12

With Joel Grey, Sandie Shaw, Ace Trucking Company.
Grey is joined by Jones in a medley of songs about girls written especially for the theater. Tom sings "I Second That Emotion", "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face", "I Can't Turn You Loose", "I've Been Loving You Too Long" and "Sugar, Sugar". Joel sings "Come Together", "If We Only Have Love" and "I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandy".

December 18, 1969:
Season 2, episode 13

With Liza Minnelli, Pat Cooper, Frankie Vaughan.
Highlights include Liza's solos to "God Bless This Child" among others, "Don't Ever Walk Alone" from Jones, Vaughan's "Hide Away" and a medley of Al Jolson's tunes from Liza, Frankie and Tom.

January 1, 1970:
Season 2, episode 15

With Harry Secombe, Paula Kelly, Victor Borge.
Miss Kelly sings "A Little Girl From Little Rock"; Jones sings "It's Your Thing" and "Your Cheatin' Heart".

January 15, 1970:
Season 2, episode 16

With George Gobel, The Rascals, Shani Wallis, Raphael.
Tom sings "Get Ready," "Leavin On A Jet Plane", "Without Love," "Get Back" and "Where Is Love?" The Rascals perform "Hold On". Shani sings "Reachin' Far Too High", "Gonna Build Me A Mountain" and "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen". Tom and the Rascals perform "In the Midnight Hour"

January 22, 1970:
Season 2, episode 17

With Don Ho, Ace Trucking Company, Dusty Springfield, Lonnie Donegan.
Hawaii's popular Don Ho sings "Sweet Caroline" and "Honey Come Back"; Dusty Springfield offers "A Brand New Me" and joins Tom for "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me". Skiffle king Lonnie Donegan solos "My Mystery Juanita" and duets with Jones on "Ain't Gonna Study War No More".

January 29, 1970:
Season 2, episode 18

With Paul Anka, Joni Mitchell, George Kirby.
Jones sings "Let It Rock", "Green River" and "I Have Dreamed". Miss Mitchell sings "Woodstock" and "Real Good for Free". Anka sings "Highway in the Wind".

February 5, 1970:
Season 2, episode 19

With Nancy Wilson, Phil Harris, Oliver.
Tom sings "Ode To Billie Joe", "Come Back To Me", "They Call The Wind Maria" and "If You Go Away". Oliver sings "Leavin' On A Jet Plane". Nancy sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head". Phil Harris does "A Boy Named Sue".

February 12, 1970:
Season 2, episode 20

With Robert Goulet, Lulu, Ace Trucking Company, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition.
Goulet sings "Sunrise, Sunset" and "One Night" on his own then joins his host for a medley of tunes including "London Pride", "London Is London", "The Old Kent Road" and "Foggy Day". Lulu performs "Oh Me, Oh My" and Kenny Rogers and the First Edition do "Something's Burning".

February 19, 1970:
Season 2, episode 21

With Leslie Uggams, Joe Cocker, Guy Marks.
Miss Uggams sings "We Can Work It Out", "Didn't We" and "Everybody Goes to the Moon", and joins Tom for a duet to "Somewhere". Jones' segment of tunes includes "The River of No Return" and "Who Can I Turn To?". Comedian Guy Marks handles the humor of the hour and rock songs are represented by Joe Cocker and the Grease Band.

February 26, 1970:
Season 2, episode 22

With Barbara McNair, Dick Shawn, Ace Trucking Company, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles.
Shawn does his impression of Jones singing "Without Love". Miss McNair sings "Get Out of Town" and "After St. Francis"; Jones sings "Polk Salad Annie" and "Georgia on My Mind"; the Miracles sing "Tracks of My Tears".

March 5, 1970:
Season 2, episode 23

With Bob Hope, Bobbie Gentry, Billy Eckstine.
Hope joins his host in songs and teases Tom about his female admirers. In his monologue, Hope satirizes swinging London then gets to solo the hit theme "Thanks For the Memories". Another vocal highlight is Tom's rendition of "When the World Was Young".

March 19, 1970:
Season 2, episode 24

With Raquel Welch, Roy Clark, Lou Rawls.
Raquel sings and dances in a production number to "Along Came Jones" and duets with Jones on "I'll Never Fall in Love Again". In the country-western spot, Tom, Lou and Roy are featured in "Roosevelt and Ira Lee".

March 26, 1970:
Season 2, episode 25

With Jane Powell, Ray Charles, Bob Kline.
Tom sings "Down On The Corner" and "More The Lucky Old Sun". Ray sings "Laughin' And Clownin'" and "Am I Blue".

April 2, 1970:
Season 2, episode 26

With Sammy Davis Jr., The Welsh Guards.
Featured is a medley of songs by various entertainers on past shows. Tom and Sammty combine their vocal styles for such tunes as "My Way", "Light My Fire", "With a Little Help From My Friends" and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You". Another highlight is Sammy's turn with the Welsh Guards to "Before the Parade Passes By".





September 25, 1970:
Season 3, episode 1

With Burt Bacharach, Anne Bancroft.
Series begins its second year. Miss Bancroft recites a poem, "A Women's Liberation Movement Woman" and sings "The Best Thing You Ever Did". Jones sings "A House Is Not a Home" and a medley of his hits.

October 2, 1970:
Season 3, episode 2

With Diahann Caroll, Zero Mostel.
Mostel reads a letter describing a buffalo hunt written by cowboy artist Charles Russell. Miss Carroll sings "Didn't We", "Good Lovin'" and "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year". Jones sings "If Ever I Should Leave You".

October 9, 1970:
Season 3, episode 3

With Bob Hope, Aretha Franklin.
Hope does a monologue aimed at Jones, sings "Well Did You Ever" and plays a hippie policeman in a skit.

October 16, 1970:
Season 3, episode 4

With Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Jose Ferrer.
Ferrer takes part in a "panhandler" sketch and recites a Shakespearean sonnet.

October 23, 1970:
Season 3, episode 5

With Liza Minnelli, Edward G. Robinson.
Edward G. Robinson reads Rudyard Kipling's poem "The Betrothed" and "I Will Not Go Back". The Ace Trucking Company's skits are "Hey Taxi" and "Sleazy Riders". Tom sings "Daughter Of Darkness", "The Impossible Dream", "High Sheriff Of Calhoun Parish", "Cabaret" and "Try A Little Tenderness". Liza sings "Let It Be", "Easy Rider" and "Teach Your Children".

October 30, 1970:
Season 3, episode 6

With Glen Campbell, Nancy Sinatra, Jerry Reed.
The Ace Trucking Company spoofs Western movies. Tom sings "Do What You Gotta Do", "Higher and Higher", "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Funky Chicken". Glen sings "It's Only Make-Believe". Nancy sings, "Holly Holy" and duets with Tom on "We've Only Just Begun".

November 6, 1970:
Season 3, episode 7

With Perry Como, Debbie Reynolds.
The Ace Trucking Company appears with Tom and Perry in a golfing sketch. They also do a sketch with Debbie Reynolds. Tom sings "Sunrise, Sunset", "Tennessee Stud" and "What The World Needs Now". Debbie sings "Snowbird". Perry sings "Father Of Girls" and "Beady Eyed Buzzard".

November 13, 1970:
Season 3, episode 8

With The Supremes, Scoey Mitchell, Ray Stevens.
Tom sings "Let There Be Love", "Very Much Alone", "Cabaret" and "Try a Little Tenderness". The Supremes perform "Stoned Love", "Brother Love" and "Lovin' Country". Ray Stevens sings "Gitarman". Tom, Scoey and Ray perform "Walk a Mile in My Shoes".

November 20, 1970:
Season 3, episode 9

With Jack Jones, Joey Heatherton, Jerry Reed.
The first show taped in London. Tom sings "MacArthur Park", "For Once In My Life", "Ain't That Good News?", "You're My World" and "War". Jack sings "Games People Play" and "The More I See You". Joey sings "Lucretia MacEvil" and "It Had to Be You". Jerry and Jim duet on "Fancy Pickin'".

November 27, 1970:
Season 3, episode 10

With Florence Henderson, Harry Secombe.
Tom sings "Love's Been Good to Me", "Vehicle", "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me", "Montego Bay" and "Puppet Man". Tom and Florence sing "Sweet Inspiration", "Get Ready", "Workin' On a Groovy Thing" and "So Happy Together". Florence and Harry duet on "Strange Music". Tom, Harry and Florence perform "Try To Remember".

December 4, 1970:
Season 3, episode 11

With Nancy Wilson, Buddy Greco.
Tom sings "Here's That Rainy Day", "Work Song" and "I Can't Stop Loving You". Nancy sings "Now I Am Woman". Buddy Greco performs "Quando, Quando, Quando". Tom and Nancy duet on "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Tom and Buddy duet on "Keep the Customer Satisfied".

December 11, 1970:
Season 3, episode 12

With Caterina Valente, George Kirby, The Royal Highland Fusiliers.
Tom sings "Lost In The Stars", "Lazy River" and "The Sun Died". George Kirby sings "Oh Happy Day". Caterina Valente sings "Everyone Gets To Go To The Moon" and "My Coloring Book". Tom and Caterina duet on "Quiet Nights".

December 25, 1970:
Season 3, episode 13

With Ella Fitzgerald, Rudolph Nureyev, Merle Park, The Welsh Treorchy Male Choir.
Tom sings "I'll Be Home for Christmas", "Patches", "The Twelve Days Of Christmas", "Mary?s Boy Child" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing". Ella performs "Just a Closer Walk With Thee", "Good Morning Blues" and "A Ship Without a Sail". Tom and Ella duet on "Sunny". Ballet dancers Rudolf Nureyev and Merle Park perform to music from "The Nutcracker".

January 1, 1971:
Season 3, episode 14

With Shirley Bassey, John Denver.
A salute to the Beatles. Shirley sings "Something" and "Fool on The Hill". Tom and Shirley duet on "With a Little Help From My Friends". Tom and John Denver duet on "Carolina In My Mind". John Denver with the Norman Maen Dancers performs "Let It Be".

January 8, 1971:
Season 3, episode 15

With Phyllis Diller, Lulu, Frankie Vaughan.
Tom sings "Gentle On My Mind", "Yesterday When I Was Young", "Lodi" and "What Now My Love". Phyllis Diller with the Norman Maen Dancers performs "The Ladies Who Lunch". Lulu sings "Stoned Soul Picnic"

January 15, 1971:
Season 3, episode 16

With Petula Clark.
Tom sings "Blues in The Night", "What a Funny Girl You Used To Be", "She's A Lady" and "I'm Coming Home". Petula sings "The Song of My Life", "Why Can't I Get a Guy" and "My Funny Valentine". Petula and Tom duet with "This Guy's in Love With You" and "Our Love Is Here to Stay".


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