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The Carol Burnett Show

Season 1
 (185)
1967X-Ray13+
For over a decade, this extravaganza of comedy, song and dance defined entertainment for TV viewers. The Carol Burnett Show brought the actors and audience close together. Beloved for her signature audience Questions and Answers famous Tarzan yell, Burnett's brilliant troupe stars Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence and Lyle Waggoner.
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Carol BurnettTim ConwayVicki Lawrence
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  1. 1. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 1
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    September 10 1967
    52min
    13+
    Lucille Ball and Tim Conway make their debuts on the show! Crazy redheads Carol and Lucy dine at Cafe Argentine and rival as rental car agents, and Tim finds himself anchoring a news broadcast with no news, no weather, and partial sports scores.
  2. 2. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 2
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    November 27 1967
    51min
    13+
    Lesley Ann Warren joins Don Adams as Carol's special guests. Adams plays late-night show host Donny Bishop, Warren delivers the Frank Sinatra standard "The Best Is Yet to Come," and both join Carol in the hilarious "The Lost Purse" sketch.
  3. 3. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 3
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    September 24 1967
    52min
    13+
    Mickey Rooney and John Davidson guest star amidst many laughs in a German Western sketch, the "Rat Race" dating game, and in the show's first backstage movie takeoff, The Funn Family of Broadway. It's the start of something big!
  4. 4. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 4
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    October 1 1967
    52min
    13+
    Jonathan Winters and Dionne Warwick guest star. Winters is his usual wacky self, Maude Frickert makes an appearance, and Carol shines as she sings "Come Rain or Come Shine" despite buckets of water being sloshed on her from every direction.
  5. 5. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 5
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    October 8 1967
    52min
    13+
    You can't beat guest stars Martha Raye and Betty Grable, especially in the first installment of the show's popular soap opera takeoff, As the Stomach Turns. Plus a "Beautiful Legs Contest," Hello, Dolly! performance, and plenty of crack-ups!
  6. 6. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 6
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    October 15 1967
    52min
    13+
    Nanette Fabray, Mel Torme, and Don Rickles guest star. Rickles loses his cool selling shoes, and the whole gang performs in "The Tin Pan Alley" musical. Showbiz may not be pretty, but it's pretty darn hilarious.
  7. 7. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 7
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    October 22 1967
    51min
    13+
    Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, and Nancy Wilson guest star. Lucy joins for Q&As, Eddie and Nancy sing, and everybody joins in for the soap opera spoof As the Stomach Turns with widows Laura (Lucy) and Marion (Carol) playing full-time funeral attendees.
  8. 8. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 8
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    November 5 1967
    51min
    13+
    Family show and season three finale. Carol demonstrates her exercise routine, Lyle, Harvey, and Carol are hilarious in the first "Ham Actor" sketch, and this season closer concludes with Carol's Charwoman reflecting on its incredible highlights.
  9. 9. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 9
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    November 12 1967
    52min
    13+
    Bob Newhart and Chita Rivera guest star. Rivera plays a black widow spider, a hungover Harvey Korman is blackmailed by Fireside Girl "Alice Portnoy," Newhart brings by his knockout wife, and everyone joins for the salute to MGM Studios finale.
  10. 10. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 10
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    November 19 1967
    51min
    13+
    Steve Lawrence and Carol Channing guest star. Steve performs "In My Own Lifetime" and Channing revisits the '20s with "Ain't Misbehavin'." As the Stomach Turns always delivers, and The African Queen stands out in a send-up of Oscar-winning films.
  11. 11. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 11
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    November 26 1967
    51min
    13+
    Burt Reynolds and Nanette Fabray guest star. Burt shows his stuntman skills, Nanette performs, and everyone lets it all hang out in The Lavender Pimpernel - Harvey as the Duke de Flambeau, Carol as Gabrielle, and Burt as the "swishbuckling" hero.
  12. 12. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 12
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    December 3 1967
    52min
    13+
    Tim Conway and Eydie Gorme guest star. Gorme performs "A House Is Not a Home," Conway and fellow cop Harvey Korman go undercover with Tim as the blond female bait, and Tim sends up Agent 007 in a James Blond caper "Dr. Nose."
  13. 13. The Carol Burnett Show (The Lost Episodes) Episode 13
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    December 10 1967
    52min
    13+
    Season 5 concludes with a Family Show that's a tribute to Betty Grable from the 1945 movie The Dolly Sisters. Carol and Vicki play Jenny and Rosie "Doily," a pair of talented Budapest bumpkins working with "One-Hit" Harry Handsome (Harvey).

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Directors
Dave PowersClark Jones
Supporting actors
Lucille BallHarvey KormanLyle WaggonerErnie AndersonSteve LawrenceDick Van DykeEydie GormeBernadette PetersMel TormeMartha RayeCass ElliotRoddy McDowallVincent PriceJonathan WintersCarl ReinerRock HudsonAndy GriffithBetty WhiteCarol ChanningSoupy SalesRuth BuzziJoan RiversTom SmothersSammy Davis Jr.CherDon RicklesSteve MartinBurt Reynolds
Season year
1967
Network
Proven Entertainment
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4.6 out of 5 stars

185 global ratings

  1. 83% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 5% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 5% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 4% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 4% of reviews have 1 stars
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Char BowReviewed in the United States on December 26, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Just as advertised
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Be sure you know exactly which set you are ordering, because Amazon includes the buying options and the ratings for all the various sets on the same page. We ordered the one with 22 discs and trust me, there is a lot to watch.

This one apparently includes every single one of the previous sets sold over the past few years. It includes 5 inner dvd cases, that hold up to 6 discs each. Each include a pamphlet that lists what is on each disc, the episode number, and the guest stars on that episode.

But, don't expect to pull out the disk that has episode 3, which is apparently the first show, and then watch the following two shows on that same disc, and so on, in that same box.

Instead the one with episode 3, from 1967, then jumps forward to the early 1970's. No one says you have to watch them that way, but with so many discs and so many boxes, it can get a bit confusing.

The quality is decent and the color is stunning. For some reason there is what appears to be a pink marking in the upper right of the screen on some of the skits on the only disc we have started to watch. I don't know if that is a method of coding for them or if it's a digital error. It is not annoying , just odd.

It is fun to watch without commercials, although there is some reference to sponsors of that night's show, which can add to fun of watching it.

I strongly suggest you keep each in the box they came with and with that guide, because it can get very confusing if you don't. The discs themselves are not marked with much detail, other than the episode numbers on some of them.

I may create a label of my own for the outside of each box, listing just the episode and year on each, so I can keep track of what we have and have not already watched. Or just check them off on the pamphlet inside.
55 people found this helpful
Ms. BReviewed in the United States on March 19, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Little disappointed
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I thought this would be with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman
3 people found this helpful
LolaReviewed in the United States on June 18, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
I brought back good memories watched one CD and now know why they ...
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I brought back good memories watched one CD and now know why they were lost. Returning and buying the favorites.
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Jamie C.Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
very nice packaging, exactly what I ordered.
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very nice packaging, exactly what I ordered.
Sandra PeacockReviewed in the United States on July 10, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
So absolutely funny and such talent. Singing dancing short funny skits just love no anger
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Fun Saturday night dinners
GRReviewed in the United States on March 1, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
ENTERTAINING
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I am a shut in and I nee to laugh...these help!
Frank BengeReviewed in the United States on March 12, 2014
3.0 out of 5 stars
For Die Hard Fans ONLY
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There are a few new sketches here, but for the most part these are talking head interviews and some of them ramble and barely discuss the show. Save your money unless you feel a handful of sketches are worth the price.
6 people found this helpful
steveReviewed in the United States on December 21, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Nice
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Can’t wait to see them all.
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