One of many variety shows which proliferated in the late '60s/early '70s. Featured music and skits, and hosted by novelty Western singer Jim Stafford.
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One of many variety shows which proliferated in the late '60s/early '70s. Featured music and skits, and hosted by novelty Western singer Jim Stafford. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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30 July 1975 (USA)  »

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I don't remember a lot about this show - I like Jim staffords music, parts were funny, but one thing that stuck with me was a "robotic puppet that sang and played guitar right next to mr. Stafford.theyd exchange dialogue and then perform a song. See more »

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This would have been a much better TV special
28 October 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If it had been a one-time TV special featuring Jim Stafford, I would have rated it much higher - probably 7/10. But it was a summer replacement show, and got very repetitive in a hurry. Skits were mere variations of one basic skit shown on the premiere. I especially remember some fellow with a British accent and an emu puppet who would talk about how you should never tickle an emu's feet and then proceed to due so. It was funny the first time, but after the 3rd time I was ready to pull out the old vaudeville custom of the cane around the stale performer's neck.

It's funny that the description talks about this show "starring Western singer" Jim Stafford. I don't know what Stafford did after his top 40 era was over, but in the 1970's he was kind of a top 40 shooting star with rather - at that time - controversial songs like "My Girl Bill" and "Wildwood Weed", sandwiched between the end of the Beatles era and the beginning of disco.


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