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Title Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. The complete second season / executive producer and Laugh-In creator, George Schlatter ; [DVD] executive producer, David DiVona, Proven Entertainment.

Publication Info. [Fairfax, Virginia] : TimeLife, [2017]


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Description 7 videodiscs (approximately 1,425 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (10 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 19 cm).
Playing Time 234500
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Physical Medium DVD video 4 3/4. rda
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Television program
Series Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV series) ; 2
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV series) ; 2.
System Details DVD; NTSC: region 1; Dolby digital 2.0.
Note Title from disc surface ; statement of responsibility from accompanying booklet.
Cast Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Chelsea Brown, Ruth Buzzi, Judy Carne, Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Dave Madden, Pigmeat Markham, Gary Owens, Alan Sues, Jo Anne Worley, Jack Benny, Victor Borge, Mel Brooks, Johnny Carson, Tony Curtis, Sammy Davis Jr., Phyllis Diller, Kirk Douglas, Peter Falk, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hugh Hefner, Rock Hudson, Davy Jones, Peter Lawford, Jack Lemmon, Liberace, Rich Little, Marcel Marceau, Bob Newhart, Richard Nixon, Vincent Price, Don Rickles, Rod Serling, Nancy Sinatra, The Smothers Brothers, John Wayne, Flip Wilson, Henry Youngman.
Event Originally broadcast in 1968-1969 on the NBC network.
Summary The 60's gave us "in crowds," "be-ins" and "love-in," and starting in 1968, the happening place for free-form comedy was Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, broadcast from beautiful downtown Burbank. Straight man Dan Rowan and wisecracking co-host Dick Martin led a gaggle of goofballs through a rapid-fire assault of one-liners, skits, bits and non sequiturs that left viewers in hysterics and disbelief. Anything and anyone in the public eye was a target. Political correctness? Forget it! The groundbreaking, Emmy Award-winning show anchored the Monday 8 p.m. time slot on NBC until March 12, 1973. In this second season: Wait a minute! That's Richard Nixon asking the rhetorical question, "Sock it to me?" No boxing glove response this time, yet his appearance in Season 2 likely helped him win the presidency in November 1968. Pigmeat Markham, reclaiming his "Here Comes the Judge" routine, dispenses justice with a large rubber gavel to the noggin for emphasis.
Contents Disc 1. Episode 1. Here comes the judge -- Fickle Finger of Fate -- Salute to higher education -- John Wayne visits the Joke Wall -- Episode 2. Stranger than Truth -- Laugh-In girls appear as fairies -- Big Al gives ball scores -- Salute to the telephone company -- Arte as Rosmenko introduces new talent -- Episode 3. Laugh-In girls bring news from the jungle -- News of the Past, Present and Future from Vatican City -- Salute to machines -- Dick visits the lie detector -- Disneyland's Robot Theater -- Bonus Features: Dick Martin Interview, Gary Owens Interview, Ruth Buzzi Interview.
Disc 2. Episode 4. Robert explains the birds and the bees -- Fickle Finger of Fate points to the Senate judiciary committee -- Kirk delivers the best Sock It to Me so far -- Lena Horne and Liberace join the Cocktail Party -- Dan explains the '68 election -- Tribute to the newspapers -- Episode 5. Harem girls -- Mitzi visits the Cocktail Party -- Laugh-In salutes pollution -- Dan and Dick experience life in a foxhole -- Bobby duets with his brother Rosmenko on Mack the Knife (in Russian) -- Episode 6. John, Sammy and Flip visit the Cocktail Party -- Dan presents Stranger than Truth -- Gladys Ormphby turns down Tyrone F. Horneigh -- Jo Anne, some pets and the cast sing Why Won't You Come Home -- Dan and Jo Anne in Laugh-In lip lock.
Disc 3. Episode 7. Marcel Marceau speaks -- Fickle Finger of Fate points at the electoral college -- Goldie and cast go trick-or-treating -- Flip celebrates Halloween -- Episode 8. Dick Gregory goes on parole to join the cast -- Rod presents Stranger than Truth -- George and Jo Anne try to figure each other out -- News of the Past, Present and Future -- Blue Maxie ; Rod introduces Robot Theater -- g Episode 9. Rosemary visits the Cocktail Party -- Phil Harris presents Sock it to Me -- News of the Past, Present and Future -- Victor as postmaster salutes the post office -- Dan's discovery of the week -- Blue Maxie -- Rosemary joins Dan and Dick -- Episode 10. Tiny Tim the musketeer -- Big Al's sports news -- Tyrone F. Horneigh visits Gladys Ormphby -- Phyllis introduces the news -- Tiny Tim and cast sing of stout-hearted men -- Phyllis and Tiny Tim "explore" beautiful downtown Burbank.
Disc 4. Episode 11. The Revered Billy Graham blesses the cast -- Freud's campus report -- Liberace as a drum major -- Fickle Finger of Fate points at sewing machines -- Salute to dancing class -- Goldie and Liberace present Stranger than Truth -- Episode 12. Harem production number -- Three wise men -- Big Al's sports segment -- Mr. and Mrs. Claus -- Rock Hudson meets Gladys Ormphby -- political Christmas carol -- King Arthur -- Alan and Arte's jail cell orgy film -- windup Judy doll -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to toy manufacturers -- Episode 13. Alan and Kate's Casanova runners -- Dan and Dick look back at the '68 election -- Kate presents Stranger than Truth -- If They Married jokes -- the fat lady sings -- Dan and Dick introduce Battle of the Sexes -- Laugh-In gets an Emmy -- Episode 14. Hula girl news -- Coach Peter Falk -- Peter in Poor Rich People -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the drug industry -- Peter and Dan in Lone Ranger sketch -- Valet bits with Goldie -- Mod, Mod World of Doctors.
Disc 5. Episode 15. Spaceman Arrival -- Witches Brew -- Johnny fills in for Dick -- Peter interviews Judy the axe murderer -- School of memory improvement -- Religious summit -- Visit to Tall Pine National Park -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to candy importers -- Paul ventriloquizes -- Episode 16. News of the Past, Present and Future -- Dan and Dick introduce President Richard Nixon -- Hindu news -- Sock it to me with Goldie -- Fickle Finger of Fate points at the Bureau of Land Management -- Here Comes the Judge -- Salute to police -- Episode 17. Mod, Mod World of Unions -- Classical news -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the managers of Major League Baseball -- cooking with dehydrated food -- Dan's Discovery of the week -- Episode 18. Don on the Joke Wall -- Tyrone F. Horneigh and Gladys Ormphby on the park bench -- Laugh-In girls and Don present the circus news -- Big Al's sports segment -- Cocktail Party -- Stranger than Truth -- Bird Calls -- Mod, Mod World of the United Nations.
Disc 6. Episode 19. Cocktail Party -- Broadway News -- Davy Jones of the Monkees presents Stranger than Truth -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the Youngstown, Ohio school district -- Davy on the Joke Wall -- Red Dog Webber and the boom bass -- Prison blackouts -- Episode 20. Tiny Tim at the Cocktail Party -- Lifeboat runners -- Tiny Tim in valentine news -- Aging stripper -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the NYPD -- Guy wishes everyone a happy new year -- Dan and Dick prisoner runner -- Remembering the Andrews Sisters -- Episode 21. Vaudeville opening -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to Dallas, Texas -- News of the Past, Present and Future -- Mistake of the week -- Cocktail Party -- Mod, Mod World of the FBI -- Episode 22. Three monks runneth -- Bus stop malapropisms -- We can't top this -- Ann Miller News -- Letters to Laugh-In -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the Wichita Rifle Company for making guns for children.
Disc 7. Episode 23. Vaudeville opening -- Quickies -- Nudist Camp Sunny Sunshine -- The effect of war on lovemaking -- Racist cops runner -- News of the Past, Present and Future -- Psychedelic news -- Arte and Judy's Robot Theater -- Cocktail Party -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the General Telephone Company of Southern California -- Episode 24. Here Comes the Judge -- Sammy as the Lone Ranger -- Tribute to Income Tax -- Sammy visits Gladys Ormphby and Tyrone F. Horneigh -- Geisha news song -- Cocktail Party -- Mod, Mod World of the Future -- Episode 25. Cocktail Party -- Quickies -- Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the Defense Department's telephone director -- Minstrel news -- Judy and Arte's Robot Theater -- Subway quickies -- Shakespeare runner with Tony -- Beatnik history lesson -- Tony and Dick in a Marines recruiting center -- Episode 26. Vaudeville opening -- Quickies -- Arte lectures on electricity -- Ethnic news song -- News of the Past, Present and Future -- Here Comes the Judge -- Cocktail Party -- Robin Hood runner -- Arte sings an ode to Walnettos -- Chelsea and Goldie's nun sketch.
Note Bonus features: Dick Martin Interview; Gary Owens Interview; Ruth Buzzi Interview.
Language Subtitled in English for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH); closed-captioned in English.
Chronological Term 1961-1970
Subject Comedy sketches -- Drama.
Popular music -- 1961-1970.
Comedy sketches. (OCoLC)fst00869104
Popular music. (OCoLC)fst01071422
Television comedies. (OCoLC)fst01146832
Variety shows (Television programs) (OCoLC)fst01164459
Genre/Form Television comedies.
Variety shows (Television programs)
Drama. (OCoLC)fst01423879
Popular music. (OCoLC)fst01726706
Television comedies. (OCoLC)fst01710440
Television series. (OCoLC)fst01710566
Variety shows (Television programs) (OCoLC)fst01726150
Video recordings for the hearing impaired. (OCoLC)fst01710450
Television series.
Popular music.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Schlatter, George, 1932- television producer.
DiVona, David, producer.
Bowmaster, Heather, producer.
Rowan, Dan, actor, host.
Martin, Dick, 1922-2008, actor, host.
Brown, Chelsea, actor.
Buzzi, Ruth, actor.
Carne, Judy, actor.
Gibson, Henry, actor.
Hawn, Goldie, actor.
Johnson, Arte, 1934- actor.
Madden, Dave, 1931-2014, actor.
Markham, Pigmeat, actor.
Owens, Gary, actor.
Sues, Alan, actor.
Worley, Jo Anne, 1937- actor.
Proven Entertainment, film distributor.
Time Life Video & Television, publisher.
Added Title Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in (Television program). Season 2.
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. The complete 2nd season
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. Season 2
Laugh-In. The complete 2nd season
Laugh-In. Season two
Note Title from title screen: Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in
Standard No. 610583575095
Music No. 32454-X Time-Life (season 2 set)
32454-1--32454-7 Time-Life (discs 1-7)

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