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The Hee Haw Collection (Donna Fargo, Charlie Rich, Johnny Cash and George Lindsey)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Donna Fargo, Charlie Rich, Johnny Cash, George Lindsey
  • Format: Color, Full Screen
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Time Life
  • Run Time: 100.0 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CS3E0S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #274,790 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Country pop crossover artist Donna Fargo brings girl next door charm to her hit 'Funny Face', and serenades Junior Samples and a sleeping Stringbean with 'Superman'. With a soulful performance of 'I Take It On Home', the smooth voiced "Silver Fox" Charlie Rich returns to the song that marked his breakthrough into the mainstream country market. The "Man IN Black," country music legend Johnny Cash covers familiar territory with one of his old favorites, Big River, as well as the ever popular 'City of New Orleans. Grand Ole Opry star Jean Shepard revisits her two honky-tonkin' hits from 1973, Slippin' Away and Come on Phone.

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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Yarby on September 1, 2004
Format: DVD
It's wonderful to have the opportunity to acquire this show on DVD. The jokes are still as corny as ever, the music still as good as ever, and Junior's delivery still cracks me up.

The sad thing is, Time-Life is the company putting out the DVD's. These DVDs are a poor value. One show is all that is provided.

Also, Time-Life has obviously not seen fit to restore any of the footage. Colors bleed badly (which is extremely obvious on a show with loud sets, lighting, and clothing), and grain is everywhere.

Should you buy this DVD, or the subsequent releases? Well, I doubt this show will ever be released as it should have been....in full season sets. So if you want to have copies of this classic, this is probably your only choice. Just prepare yourself to have deep pockets and low expectations.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Robert Plumb on February 11, 2005
Format: DVD
in response to Yarby Yarby, this DVD, as well as the other 6 in the complete set showed no clor bleeding at all. Just the opposite. Colors were correct in hue and the contrast was excellent. The sound was ok, nothing to write home about but better than it originally sounded on the TV sets back then. My complaint is about the value of the whole set that I purchased from Time Life. Seven DVDs averaging only about 100 minutes, including some repeated material, is a rip-off for $120.00. The series is good enough that it should be offered in complete year sets. I'd buy every one. There is, however, a good sampling of the humor including my favorites, Junior Sample and the jug song about gloom, despair and misery on me. What is offered here on Amazon is the same that stores like Target carry but I encourage everyone to write to Time Life and beg for better offerings. They can do it if they want to
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L. Bateman on March 15, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
On the plus side, it's a complete episode, but $13 for one episode is very steep. The audio and video quality seems great to me, but I'm not ultra-picky.

The "Extras" are basically throwaways, consisting of links to the cornfield gags (that are already in the episode anyway) and a text list of guest stars (for that year?) That's IT.

I'm happy to see this great show again but I probably won't be buying many more Hee Haw DVDs at that price.
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By Wolfee1 on December 7, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I always wanted to write a review of the Hee Haw Collection... I Love Them! I've got many of them and they are Great Fun to Watch. My Copies Do Not Bleed Badly...At All! and there's no Grain Anywhere, they are in Perfect Shape, I am watching this Episode right now. The Colors are very Clear, Bright and very Colorful the Sound is very Strong and Powerful considering some of these Shows go back to 1969

The Hee Haw Shows were a Summer replacement Series for the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Each week co-hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark and the cast of comedians and musicians would welcome the biggest stars in Country Music to perform their songs and help deliver the one-liners
Episode 124 was Taped in 1973 with Johnny Cash and Jean Shepard and The Whole Hee Haw Gang, it is 50 minutes long in Full Color. Special Features Include Cornfield Knee-Slappers. Time-Life gives you one Episode per DVD and I think they should include at least two of them, here is the Title List on Episode 124:

(1) Show Opening
(2) Johnny Cash "Big River"
(3) Roy Clark "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
(4) Hager Twins "My Maria"
(5) Jean Shepard "Slippin' Away"
(6) Buck Owens "Cowboy Convention"
(7) George Lindsey "Mountain Dew"
(8) Johnny Cash "City Of New Orleans"
(9) Buck Owens "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone"
(10) Jean Shepard "Come On Phone"
(11) Roy Clark "Stop That Tickelin' Me"

Hee Haw ranked in the Top 20 Nationwide in 1971. No One has Pay me to say any of this and I don't know anyone from this Company. I'm just a Big Fan of Hee Haw and Country Music. I love the Old Style Country Music with the Original Instruments, nothing like today's, most artists don't even use the Steel Guitar any more which by the way it goes back to 1922 and earlier. The Hee Haw Collection is Part of American Musical History and I love Collecting all the Episodes! ..Thank You D.D.
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Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
Two more classic episodes of Hee Haw from the early 70s. The musical guests include Johnny Cash (Big River and City Of New Orleans), Tommy Cash (Always Be That One), Donna Fargo (Funny Face and Superman), Jean Shepherd (Slipping Away and Hello Phone), Charley Rich (Take It On Home), The Hagers ( I Believe In Music and Maria), Buck Owens (Walking The Dog, Cotton Fields, Rocky Top, Cowboy Convention, and Is Anybody Going To San Antone), Roy Clark (I Saw The Light, Come Live With Me, and So Lonesome I Could Cry), and George Linsey does a buck and wing dance to Mountain Dew. The Hee Haw Banjo Band does a couple of traditional numbers, and Tennessee Ernie Ford makes a cameo appearance. If you like country music that is 40 years old, and jokes that are older, you should enjoy these programs.
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Format: VHS Tape
Two episodes from the 1969 Hee Haw season. Musical numbers from Merle Haggard (Okie From Muskogee), Faron Young (A Little Bit Farther and Wine Me Up), George Jones ( White Lightning and Walk Through This World), Tammy Wynette (Stand By Your Man, Take Me To Your World, Ways To Love A Man, and The 12th Of Never), The Hagers (California Is Getting To Me), Buck Owens ( Love's Going To Live Here, People Like You, Roll Out The Red Carpet, and Big In Vegas) along with two guitar instrumentals by Roy Clark, and two traditional banjo numbers by Grandpa Jones. The whole Hee Haw gang with music that is still fresh and jokes that were old when Noah was a teenager.
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