Saturday Night Live 14 Seasons 1977
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1. Saturday Night Live (SNL) September 24, 1977 ? Steve Martin / Jackson Browne Steve martin returns to host the season premiere with musical guest Jackson Browne ("Running On Empty" and "The Pretender").
2. Saturday Night Live (SNL) October 8, 1977 - Madeline Kahn / Taj Mahal Madeline Kahn hosts with musical guest Taj Mahal ("Queen Bee"). Special Appearance by Dame Edna (Barry Humphries).
3. Saturday Night Live (SNL) October 15, 1977 ? Hugh Hefner / Libby Titus Hugh Hefner hosts with musical guest Libby Titus ("Fool That I Am").
4. Saturday Night Live (SNL) October 29, 1977 - Charles Grodin / Paul Simon Charles Grodin welcomes musical guest Paul Simon ("Slip Slidin' Away" and "So Kind"). Sketches include Coneheads Halloween, Mainway, Brownie, Samurai Dry Cleaners and special appearance by Art Garfunkel.
5. Saturday Night Live (SNL) November 12, 1977 - Ray Charles Ray Charles hosts. Musical Performances include "I Can See Clearly Now", "What'd I Say", and "Oh, What A Beautiful Morning". Special Appearance by stand-up comedian Franklyn Ajaye.
6. Saturday Night Live (SNL) November 19, 1977 - Buck Henry / Leon Redbone Buck Henry hosts and kicks off Anyone Can Host contest where we meet the five finalists. Leon Redbone returns as musical guest ("Champagne Charlie" and "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone").
7. Saturday Night Live (SNL) December 10, 1977 ? Mary Kay Place / Willie Nelson Mary Kay Place is joined by Willie Nelson ("Whiskey River" and "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain"). Special Appearance by Andy Kaufman.
8. Saturday Night Live (SNL) December 17, 1977 - Miskel Spillman / Elvis Costello Anyone Can Host winner Miskel Spillman welcomes Elvis Costello ("Watching The Detectives" and "Radio, Radio") for this SNL Christmas episode.
9. Saturday Night Live (SNL) January 21, 1978 - Steve Martin / The Dirt Band Steve Martin hosts with musical guests The Dirt Band ("On The Loose With The Blues"). Sketch appearances by Roseanne Roseannadanna and the Coneheads on Family Feud.
10. Saturday Night Live (SNL) January 28, 1978 - Robert Klein / Bonnie Raitt Comedian Robert Klein hosts with musical performances by Bonnie Raitt ("Runaway" and "Give It All Up Or Let Me Go" . Sketches include Greek Restaurant, Nick Winters, Nerd Rock and Attack of The Giant Lobsters.
11. Saturday Night Live (SNL) February 18, 1978 - Chevy Chase / Billy Joel Chevy Chase returns for his first time hosting with musical guest Billy Joel ("Only The Good Die Young" and "Just The Way You Are").
12. Saturday Night Live (SNL) February 25, 1978 - O.J. Simpson / Ashford & Simpson O. J. Simpson hosts with performances by Ashford and Simpson ("So, So Satisfied" and "Don't Cost You Nothing"). Sketches include Samurai Night Fever and E. Buzz Miller's Animal Kingdom.
13. Saturday Night Live (SNL) March 11, 1978 ? Art Garfunkel / Stephen Bishop Art Garfunkel hosts and performs classic songs "All I Know" and "Scarborough Fair". Also, musical performance by Stephen Bishop ("On And On").
14. Saturday Night Live (SNL) March 18, 1978 - Jill Clayburgh / Eddie Money Jill Clayburgh returns to host with musical guest Eddie Money ("Two Tickets To Paradise" and " Baby Hold On".
15. Saturday Night Live (SNL) March 25, 1978 - Christopher Lee / Meat Loaf Christopher Lee hosts with musical guests Meat Loaf ("All Revved Up With No Place To Go" and "Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad").
16. Saturday Night Live (SNL) April 8 , 1978 - Michael Palin / Eugene Record Monty Python alum, Michael Palin hosts with musical guest Eugene Record ("Have You Seen Her?" and "Trying To Get To You").
17. Saturday Night Live (SNL) April 15, 1978 - Michael Sarrazin / Keith Jarrett Michael Sarrazin hosts with musical guest Keith Jarrett. Sketches include Judy Miller, E. Buzz Miller's Exercises and Point/Counterpoint.
18. Saturday Night Live (SNL) April 22 , 1978 - Steve Martin / The Blues Brothers Steve Martin returns with The Blues Brothers ("Hey Bartender" and "I Don't Know"). Sketches include Festrunk Brothers, Theodoric, Dancing In The Dark, King Tut, Nerds Science Fair and Point/Counterpoint.
19. Saturday Night Live (SNL) May 13, 1978 - Richard Dreyfuss / Jimmy Buffett & Gary Tigerman Richard Dreyfuss hosts with musical guests JIMMY BUFFETT ("Son Of A Sailor") and Gary Tigerman ("White Oaxacan Moon".) Sketches include Cone Encounters and Nick Springs.
20. Saturday Night Live (SNL) May 20, 1978 ? Buck Henry / Sun Ra Buck Henry hosts with musical guest Sun Ra. Sketches include Nerd Prom, Samurai T.V. Repairman, Greek Restaurant, Stunt Puppy and Point/Counterpoint.
|Director||Dave Wilson, Tom Schiller, James Signorelli|
|Starring||Madeline Kahn, Taj Mahal|
|Supporting actors||Barry Humphries, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Bill Murray, Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner, Tom Davis, James Downey, Mitchell Laurance, Lorne Michaels, Andy Murphy, Don Pardo, Tom Schiller, Alan Zweibel|
|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)|
Maturity has its price, recently viewing what I previously thought was hilarious about SNL now seems rather crude and lame, that's all.
Brought this for my cousin for his birthday and he loves .. This was his era..hhahahahPublished 4 days ago by Colleen White
Parts are hilarious, and a few are outdated humor that is not PC to todays standards. But plenty of laughs and a walk down the history of the 70'sPublished 9 days ago by Craig R S
I like the "wild and crazy guys" skits. Today's Saturday Night Live doesn't hold a candle to these original stars.Published 1 month ago by Allison T.
It's not as funny as we remembered it being. I guess we were a lot younger then. Won't buy any other ones!Published 4 months ago by Scott Borg
This is one of the best SNL's of all time. The skits were funny especially the crowd trying to get backstage at a KISS concert. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Lovering
for the second time, I was sent the fourth season instead of the Third season. Still don't have the third season. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rebecca J. Martin
Quite enjoyable if you are a Christopher Lee fan or miss seeing the fat Meatloaf. Laraine Newman and Gilda Radnor work with Christopher the most and appear to enjoy working with a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jim