The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962–1992)

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Host Johnny Carson performs comedy routines and chats with various celebrities.

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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 11 wins & 36 nominations. See more awards »
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Host Johnny Carson performs comedy routines and chats with various celebrities.

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1 October 1962 (USA)  »

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(1962-1966) | (1980-1992) | (1967-1980)

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(1962-1984)| (1984-1992)

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In 1987, performer Juliet Prowse was mauled by a 80-pound leopard while preparing to go on the show to promote the broadcast of the Circus of the Stars #12 (1987), requiring 30-40 stitches to reattach part of her left ear. A few months earlier in September 1987, she was mauled by the same animal while rehearsing for the show Circus of the Stars #12 (1987). This time, she required five stitches. See more »

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[Ed Ames has thrown a tomahawk across the stage, hitting a painting of a cowboy straight in the "crotch". The entire studio erupts in hysterical laughter]
Johnny Carson: I didn't even know you were Jewish!
[uproarious laughter continues]
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Whenever Carson added a skit to an episode, the "Mighty Carson Art Players" would be announced as guest stars. See more »

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Referenced in Glitch! (1988) See more »

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Funny+Awesome+Classic=Johnny Carson
4 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is downright hilarious! Johnny Carson is the funniest comedian ever! Period. You have to love Johnny. The moments on his show can't be beat. Ed Ames' tomahawk toss, Don Rickles breaks Johnny's cigarette box, Bob Hope's stand-up act about Johnny, the spoofs of Mr. Rogers, Walter Cronkite, and Tarzan, and many, many more. However, I wasn't even a year old when Johnny retired, so I didn't get to see him on NBC. But I have DVDs featuring highlights of his show which are hilarious. They ought to show reruns on E or TV Land or somewhere. I mean this is the King of Late Night, the Silver Fox,America's King of Comedy for 30 years. As my title of this review says, "Funny+Awesome+Classic=Johnny Carson." No matter what anyone says no one will be better than Johnny. No one! Not at all!


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