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 Himself - Host / ... 34 episodes, 1969-1971
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Coming back to television after taking a year off, Andy Williams hosted this musical/comedy variety show. While his earlier programs had stuck with more traditional music, this new show embraced rock, flower power, and psychadelia whole-heartedly. Each broadcast usually included a few of Andy's classics, along with some regular comedy routines like Cookie Bear, Big Bird, and the humor songs of Ray Stevens. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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What I feel about the Andy Williams Show (1969)
15 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

Dear Viewers,

I remember the Andy Williams Show as I sat with my Ma and Dad in the late 60's also; I was in high school.

They had a lot of variety, such as comedy and musically. I don't know how I would be home on a Saturday night, but I was at times, because I remember the show. It was a part of my life and growing up and that is why I remember it and want to remember it.

I miss it as I do the other things at that time. The show was innocent and entertaining. Thank you.

T.D.


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