Hee Haw
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Hee Haw

60 min
Comedy | Music
IMDB rate:
Won Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win
Country: USA
Release Date: 1969-06-15
Filming Locations: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Roy Clark
Himself - Host / ... (294 episodes, 1969-1992)
Gunilla Hutton
Herself / ... (238 episodes, 1969-1992)
Buck Owens
Himself - Host / ... (231 episodes, 1969-1986)
Junior Samples
Himself (146 episodes, 1969-1984)
Lisa Todd
Herself / ... (142 episodes, 1970-1986)
Grandpa Jones
Himself / ... (137 episodes, 1969-1993)
Minnie Pearl
Herself - Comedienne / ... (135 episodes, 1969-1991)
Gailard Sartain
Himself / ... (135 episodes, 1972-1992)
Don Rich
Himself - Musician / ... (129 episodes, 1969-1974)
Archie Campbell
Himself / ... (126 episodes, 1969-1988)
Did you know?
A victim of the Rural Purge of 1971, along with the The Ed Sullivan Show (1948), The Beverly Hillbillies (1962), Green Acres (1965), Hogan's Heroes (1965), and Mayberry R.F.D. (1968). CBS executive 'Fred Silverman (I)' decided to cancel the hugely popular shows because in his eyes they only appealed to older or rural viewers.
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The Hee Haw (1969) set is on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN .
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Donald Harron, who played radio announcer "Charlie Farquharson" on station KORN, was seen by many as a thinly-veiled parody of Rowan and Martin's Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1967) announcer Gary Owens. The interesting thing is, Gary Owens began his announcing career in Mitchell, SD at a AM radio station whose call letters actually were KORN.
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Grandpa Jones: The watermelons just exploded.
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Roy Clark: What do you call a man that don't believe in birth control?
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Cathy Baker: It is incorrect to say that that song was wrote. It is incorrect to say that that song was written. It is VERY correct to say that that song was ROTTEN.
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