Turn-On (1969– )

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A multimedia presentation satirizing sex, politics, and everything else, splattered across the screen at blinding speed. One producer called it "A visual, comedic, sensory assault involving... See full summary »

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1969
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 Regular (1 episode, 1969)
Bonnie Boland
(1 episode, 1969)
Hamilton Camp
(1 episode, 1969)
(1 episode, 1969)
Maxine Greene
(1 episode, 1969)
Ken Greenwald ...
 Member of Repertory Company (1 episode, 1969)
Debbie Macomber
(1 episode, 1969)
Carlos Manteca
(1 episode, 1969)
(1 episode, 1969)
Maura McGiveney ...
 Member of Repertory Company (1 episode, 1969)
Cecile Ozorio
(1 episode, 1969)
Robert Staats
(1 episode, 1969)
Mel Stewart
(1 episode, 1969)
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A multimedia presentation satirizing sex, politics, and everything else, splattered across the screen at blinding speed. One producer called it "A visual, comedic, sensory assault involving animation, videotape, stop-action film, electronic distortion, computer. Written by Molly Malloy

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5 February 1969 (USA)  »

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During or after the first and only episode, 75 ABC affiliates refused to air any further episodes. See more »

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Referenced in The Muppet Show Pitch Reel (1976) See more »

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One dismal television experience.
31 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If LAUGH-IN, today, dates very badly (how many of us find jokes about figures from the LBJ and Nixon period funny today?), TURN-ON lacks the variety of the comic skits that makes parts of LAUGH-IN funny even now. It was only 30 minutes long, and it's running connection was briefly shot scenes of two or three men in a booth running the projector and special effects. It wasted some talented people, including two favorites of mine, Hamilton Camp and Chuck McCann. In fact, the "best" memory I have of this terrible show was of McCann, as a cop on the beat at a lover's lane in the country, looking through car windows with a flashlight, singing, "Hello Young Lovers" as he did so. That was the show's best moment.


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