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The Carol Burnett Show: Christmas with Carol

4.1 out of 5 stars 166 customer reviews

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CAROL BURNETT SHOW:CHRISTMAS

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Alliance Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (166 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00D2UMHD8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,799 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Scott J. Zuncic on October 2, 2013
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My DVD came a day earlier than I expected (Thank you Amazon!).

I have already watched the entire DVD......this is a definite must for "The Carol Burnett Show" fans!!! There are 2 full shows (uncut) that include a Christmas themed "Family" Sketch (featuring Alan Alda) and a Christmas themed "Wiggins & Tudball" skit (one that I have never seen before!!!). Also enjoyed the bonus sketches that feature the Charwoman singing "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and another skit featuring a very comedic song call "The Twelve Days AFTER Christmas" (sung by Carol). A very nice treat and entertaining DVD (Highly recommend for a great stocking stuffer this Christmas!!!)

PLEASE NOTE: This DVD features Christmas themed shows from the ACTUAL "Carol Burnett Show". This is the one you want to get. Please don't confuse this with last year's 2012 release (also called "Christmas With Carol") but was misleading because the 2012 release only featured Carol on the "Gary Moore Show" that had nothing to do with "The Carol Burnett Show"
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I enjoyed the Carol Burnett Show Christmas DVD, but if you are looking for wall-to-wall Christmas sketches and music you won't find it here. But what is here is enjoyable.

Episode One: December 21, 1974:
Regulars: Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence & special guest: Alan Alda

*Q&A--this is fun because an Alan Alda fan comes up and Alan comes out and the poor girl falls apart (very funny & sweet)

*The Family Christmas Sketch: Depends on how you feel about Eunice, Ed & Mama--it isn't exactly a heart-warming Christmas. Alan plays Eunice's brother Larry.

*Sketch & song with Carol & Alan playing a department store wrapper & Santa dealing with customers & singing a duet of "Nobody Does it Like Me."

*Sketch--Morton of the Movies--Alan uses lines from an old movie to try to make the moves on Carol & she catches on(also featuring Harvey & Vicki)

*Finale--New York Medley: "Take Me Back to Manhattan", "New York, New York", "Lullaby of Broadway", "Lets go Slumming on Park Avenue", "Manhattan", "In Old New York," "Rose of Washington Square", "How About You?" "Lullaby of Broadway", "Broadway Rythem", "42nd Street",--Carol, Alan, Harvey, Vicki & singers & dancers

Verdict: Good show, but only two Christmas themed portions--both in the first half. I was sorry that in the finale they did a New York medley instead of a Christmas medley.

Episode Two: December 18, 1977
Regulars: Vicki Lawrence, Tim Conway & guests: Ken Berry & Helen Reddy

*Sketch--Christmas sketch with Mrs. Wiggins & Mr. Tudball with an office visit from Mrs.
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Although I enjoyed last year's DVD release, The Garry Moore Show Presents: A Carol Burnett Christmas, which featured Carol's appearances on THE GARRY MOORE SHOW, I'm glad we finally have a Christmas DVD from the real CAROL BURNETT SHOW, which ran on CBS from 1967 to 1978. I have all of the Guthy-Renker DVDs of the show; this is the first one that I have purchased from the StarVista/Time-Life series.

Carol did not do Christmas episodes per se, but this DVD features two regular episodes with holiday sketches. The first, from 1974, features Alan Alda (of *M*A*S*H* fame), who stars in an hilarious Family Christmas sketch, and has a surprisingly good singing voice, most notably on a duet with Carol, "Nobody Does It Like Me."

The second episode, from 1977, features Helen Reddy and Burnett semi-regular Ken Berry, who does a number called (what else?) "Song And Dance Man," where Mr. Berry excels as usual. There is also a Turnbull-and-Higgins Christmas sketch with Carol and Tim Conway, and a finale spoofing People Magazine, with the closing number "Strike Up The Band."

In addition, there are two bonus sketches: one from 1967, which features a bungled Q&A session with Carol and Jonathan Winters (who passed away earlier this year), and a sketch with Sid Caesar and Carol, who play a bickering husband and wife on Christmas night. The second sketch, from 1968, is Carol's hilarious spoof of "The Twelve Days Of Christmas," titled "The Twelve Days After Christmas." I hope that these early episodes can be made available in their entirety some day.

A must for any Carol Burnett fan. Congratulations on winning The Mark Twain Prize at The Kennedy Center, Carol - you deserve it.
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Just as all the previous releases of Carol Burnett Show dvd's. With the exception of 2 funny skits the rest was dull and not worthy of its selling price. The actual Carol Burnett show was filled with almost non stop laughter. If the studios keep releasing just the junk from this show then they will continue to make just peanuts.
If any network gets the rights to air the entire series of the Carol Burnett Show then someone is going to record them and pirate them. People will purchase them if they can get the entire series for say the average 50 dollars or less from some sellers. People are tired of waiting for the studios to release this show. All we keep seeing is the same stupid infomercial for the series which all you get is a chosen few episodes.
My suggestion: Release the series before everyone loses interest entirely. There is already enough other garbage released from the last ten years that bI certainly am not buying. Good shows are a thing of the past. Stop releasing what is shown on tv everyday that we don't care to see.
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