Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Season 5
Cast View all
|Lily Tomlin||Regular Performer|
|Ruth Buzzi||Regular Performer|
|Gary Owens||Regular Performer - Announcer|
|Richard Dawson||Regular Performer|
|Dick Martin||Himself - Host|
|Larry Hovis||Regular Performer|
|Johnny Brown||Regular Performer|
|Alan Sues||Regular Performer|
|Dan Rowan||Himself - Host|
|Dennis Allen||Regular Performer|
|Barbara Sharma||Regular Performer|
|Ann Elder||Regular Performer|
|Lisa Farringer||Regular Performer|
|Charles Nelson Reilly||Himself|
|Billy Barnes||Himself - Piano Player|
|Jill St. John||Guest Performer|
|Sue Ane Langdon||Herself|
|Moosie Drier||Guest Performer|
|Johnny Carson||Guest Performer|
|John Wayne||Guest Performer|
|Henny Youngman||Guest Performer|
|Joe Namath||Himself - Guest Performer|
|Willie Shoemaker||Guest Performer|
|Gene Hackman||Himself - Guest|
|Richard Crenna||Guest Performer|
Crew View all
|Writer||Bill Richmond, Paul Keyes, Allan Katz, John Rappaport, Don Reo, Jim Mulligan, Stephen Spears, Marc London, Gene Perret, Jack Wohl, Gene Farmer, Rowby Goren, David Panich|
|Producer||Paul Keyes, George Schlatter, Ed Friendly, Don Van Atta, Sheila Lauder|
Episodes View details
Martha Mitchell & Raquel Welch joins Dan and Dick in their fifth season opener. Mrs. Mitchell,wife of U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell takes pot shots at the Demorcrats and chats with Ernestine the telephone operator(Lily Tomlin).Raquel plays a wallflower,a waitress at a top secret meeting, and a com-on girl in a army recruitment commercial. Gladys Ormphby(Ruth Buzzi)sings ""How Can I Be More Like You,Miss Welch?""
Vida Blue, Roman Gabriel, Andy Granatelli, Joe Namath, Sugar Ray Robinson, Bill Russell, Doug Sanders, Vin Scully, Willie Shoemaker
Rita Hayworth lets her hair down.She camps it up as a thouroughly soused actress in a sketch called Hollywood,R.F.D.;reprises her Sadie Thompson role in a song & dance routine;and bumps and grinds in a song duet with the Tasteful Lady;Dan & Dick speculate on President Nixon's red china trip,and Ernestine romances Frank Sinatra.
Karen Valentine of Room 222 plugs songs for unpleasent occasions.Plays a Southern belle in a light-opera spoof and Dr. Samantha ironsides in a sketch that borrows something from a variety of TV series.Gladys Ormphby(Ruth Buzzi)dreams she's married to Howard Hughes;Colonel Claude interviews a dog and Sara the Singer wheels into a swinging-singles complex.
Tony Curtis, Frank Gorshin, Edward G. Robinson
Richard Crenna, Janet Leigh
Emmy-winner Lee Grant taking a rare fling at comedy,plays a subject of a This is Your Life spoof;and absent-minded wife,a survival instuctor for senior citizens, and a fashion spy.Miss Grant joins Alan Sues in a production number""You've got it"".
Teresa Graves, Tiny Tim, John Wayne, Jo Anne Worley
Liza Minnelli plays a bored curcus star throwing knives at her husband,and a Southern belle bidding wacky farewells to her soldier boy;joins in a mod,mod world look at the family,and does a song-and-dance number with Barbara Sharma called ""Bring back the thirties"".
Sheldon Leonard, Mike Mazurki, Agnes Moorehead, Vincent Price, Jack Soo
Bing Crosby, Janet Leigh, Carroll O'Connor
Charo, Petula Clark, Burt Mustin, Joe Namath, Queenie Smith
Fannie Flagg, Buddy Hackett, Jack LaLanne, Sally Struthers, Mona Tera
The salute to 1971.
James Coco, Fannie Flagg, Charles Nelson Reilly, Mort Sahl, Henny Youngman
Sue Ane Langdon, Carl Reiner, Slappy White
Jack Carter, Chad Everett, Paul Lynde, John Wayne
Charlie Callas, Dick Cavett, Carol Channing, Richard Crenna, Slappy White
Sandy Duncan plays a poodle in a mod mod world look at people,dances in a Busby Berkley-style introduction to the Laugh-In news, and Dan & Dick as song-and-dance men.
Robert Goulet, Gene Hackman, Sue Ane Langdon
Charlie Callas, Jack Carter, Johnny Cash, Dick Cavett, Burt Mustin, Debbie Reynolds, Queenie Smith
Steve Allen, Carol Channing, Gene Hackman, Jo Ann Pflug, Charles Nelson Reilly, Terry-Thomas, John Wayne
Vida Blue, Sandy Duncan, Roman Gabriel, Joe Namath, Jo Ann Pflug, Charles Nelson Reilly, Sugar Ray Robinson, Bill Russell, Doug Sanders, Willie Shoemaker, Jean Stapleton
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