Saturday Night Live 14 Seasons 1979
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1. The Rolling Stones / Rolling Stones - October 7, 1978 The Rolling Stones are host and musical guest for the fourth season premiere. Sketches include Snyder, Nerds/Norge, Greek Restaurant and a special medley (Beast of Burden, Respectable and Shattered) by The Rolling Stones. Special appearance by Mayor Ed Koch.
2. Fred Willard / DEVO - October 14, 1978 Fred Willard hosts with musical guest DEVO ("(Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "Jocko Homo")
3. Frank Zappa / Frank Zappa - October 21,1978 Frank Zappa hosts. Musical performances include "The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing" and "Rollo." Sketches include Coneheads and Mr. Bill Moves In.
4. Steve Martin / Van Morrison - November 4, 1978 Steve Martin returns as host with musical guest Van Morrison ("Wavelength" and "Kingdom Hall"). Sketches include Theodoric of York, Nerds and Festrunk Brothers.
5. Buck Henry / Grateful Dead - November 11, 1978 Buck Henry returns as host with musical guest Grateful Dead ("Casey Jones", "I Need a Miracle" and "Good Lovin'"). Sketches include Samurai Optometrist, Uncle Roy and Nick Sands.
6. Carrie Fisher / The Blues Brothers - November 18, 1978 Carrie Fisher hosts with musical guest The Blues Brothers ("Soul Man", "Got Everything I Need, Almost" and "B' Movie Boxcar Blues"). Update features Roseanne Roseannadanna talking about health clubs.
7. Walter Matthau - December 2, 1978 Walter Matthau hosts. Sketches include Bad News Bees, Greek Restaurant, and Mr. Bill's Late.
8. Eric Idle / Kate Bush - December 9,1978 Eric Idle returns with musical guest Kate Bush ("The Man With The Child In His Eyes", "Them Heavy People"). Sketches include Julia Child, Candy Slice, Irwin Mainway.
9. Elliott Gould / Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger - December 16, 1978 Elliott Gould returns with musical guests Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger ("(You Gotta Walk and) Don't Look Back"). Special appearance by comedians Bob & Ray.
10. Michael Palin / The Doobie Brothers - January 27, 1979 Michael Palin hosts with musical guest The Doobie Brothers ("What A Fool Believes" and "Taking It To The Streets"). Sketches include Nerds and Mr. Brighton, Drool Bucket and Mr. Bill Goes to Court.
11. Cicely Tyson / Talking Heads - February 10, 1979 Cicely Tyson hosts with musical guest Talking Heads ("Take Me To The River" and "Artists Only"). Sketches include Widettes, The Shah's Final Days, Nick Rails.
12. Rick Nelson / Judy Collins - February 17, 1979 Rick Nelson ("Hello Mary Lou", "Travelin' Man" and "Fools Rush In") hosts with special guest Judy Collins ("Hard Times For Lovers"). Sketches include Candy Slice "Gimme Mick", Twilight Zone, Quien Es Mas Macho?
13. Kate Jackson / Delbert McClinton - February 24, 1979 Kate Jackson hosts with musical guest Delbert McClinton ("B' Movie Boxcar Blues" and "I'm Talking About You"). Special guest appearance by Andy Kaufman. Sketches include Nerds and the Nurse, Bad Cabaret for Children and Mr. Bill Shapes Up.
14. Gary Busey / Eubie Blake & Gregory Hines - March 10,1979 Gary Busey hosts with musical guests Eubie Blake & Gregory Hines ("Low Down Blues" and "I'm Just Wild About Harry"). Sketches include Billy Carter, Muck Jumpers and a special musical performance by Gary Busey ("Stay All Night").
15. Margot Kidder / The Chieftains - March 17, 1979 Margot Kidder hosts with musical guest The Cheiftains ("If I Had Maggie In The Wood" and "The Morning Dew"). Sketches include Fred Garvin Male Prostitute, Lois Lane and Mr. Bill's Closet.
16. Richard Benjamin / Rickie Lee Jones - April 7, 1979 Richard Benjamin hosts with musical guest Rickie Lee Jones ("Chuck E's In Love" and "Coolsville"). Special appearance by Rodney Dangerfield. Sketches include The Pepsi Syndrome and Nerds and Milt.
17. Milton Berle / Ornette Coleman - April 14. 1979 Milton Berle hosts with musical guest Ornette Colman ("Times Square"). Sketches include The Village Persons "Bend Over Chuck Berry", Irwin Mainway's Kiddie Fun World and The Farbers
18. Michael Palin / James Taylor - May 12, 1979 Michael Palin returns with musical guest James Taylor ("Up On The Roof" and "Millworker"). Sketches include The Raging Queen, Rovco Magna-Gro and Mr. Bill Runs Away.
19. Maureen Stapleton / Linda Ronstadt & Phoebe Snow - May 19,1979 Maureen Stapleton hosts with musical guests Linda Ronstadt & Phoebe Snow ("It's In His Kiss" and "The Married Men"). Sketches include Telepsychic, Idi Amin, Nick Wings and Mr. Bill Goes To The Movies.
20. Buck Henry / Bette Midler - May 26, 1979 Buck Henry hosts the season finale with musical guest Bette Midler ("Married Men" and "Martha"). Sketches include Samurai Bakery, Blind Ambition, Greek Restaurant, and Uncle Roy Returns
|Director||Dave Wilson, Walter Williams|
|Starring||Maureen Stapleton, Dan Aykroyd|
|Supporting actors||John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Linda Ronstadt, Phoebe Snow, Don Pardo, Tom Davis, Andy Murphy, Paul Shaffer, Walter Williams, Akira Yoshimura|
|Executive Producer||Audrey Peart Dickman|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Classic, funny, and a chance to walk back in time to enjoy the rich skills of people who are not with us anymore (such as Ricky Nelson, John Belusi); and to see the amazing talents of those who started at that time.
Baba Wawa at 2 Mile Island is reason enough to treasure this set by the best SNL cast ever!!!Published 5 days ago by BRUCE B. CASSARA
The Pepsi Syndrome: best SNL skit ever. And probably the longest as well. Rodney Dangerfield's cameo kills.Published 29 days ago by tom e. smith
Not as good as the earlier years, or the later ones. Think this year is the worst as far as the original stars go.Published 1 month ago by Allison T.
There's so much to like about this entire set, but I have to say, one performance stands out: Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow singing "The Married Men" together. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Water Of Love
This brought me to tears. I laughed more than I've ever laughed in all the years since it was originally released. Oh how I miss those days. There was so much talent. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Virginia McFarland
I'm paraphrasing the Bible with that line but you get the point. This dvd set is a refutation of every statement about how SNL used to be great but now it's awful. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ricky Pooski
Like any wax or oil finish of course it does require replication with use. It is very easy io apply.Published 5 months ago by David Erickson
WHEN THE DOOBIES FINISHED "TAKING IT TO THE STREETS"
YOU WITNESS THE SHARED JOY OF A VETERAN BAND
MAKING TWO AND TWO 22... LIVE... Read more
Bought this to take a nostalgic time out. Hilarious sketches with my all time favorite cast and got great musical guests as a happy surprise bonus!! Love it.Published 6 months ago by Sheila Kripp