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  • Jan 30, 1966
    Sgt. Barry Sadler performs "The Ballad Of The Green Berets" from New York on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Feb 9, 1966
    Eddy Arnold guests on "The Danny Kaye Show" on CBS
    Mar 23, 1966
    The bluegrass duo Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs appears on "The Beverly Hillbillies." The CBS sitcom's theme song is performed by the twosome
    Apr 24, 1966
    Thirteen-year-old Steve Sanders performs on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Sanders will become a member of The Oak Ridge Boys two decades later
    May 3, 1966
    Future "Hee Haw" star Gunilla Hutton concludes her one-year run as Billie Joe Bradley on the CBS sitcom "Petticoat Junction"
    Jul 20, 1966
    Eddy Arnold and The Smothers Brothers are guests on the CBS summer replacement series "The John Gary Show"
    Aug 3, 1966
    Jimmie Rodgers guests alongside Frank Gorshin and Vikki Carr on CBS-TV's "The John Gary Show"
    Sep 7, 1966
    "The Dick Van Dyke Show" ends a five-year run on CBS. The cast includes Morey Amsterdam, who wrote Dick Jurgens' "(Oh Why, Oh Why, Did I Ever Leave) Wyoming," and Mary Tyler Moore, who founds MTM Records
    Oct 17, 1966
    The Dillards make their final appearance as the fictitious band The Darlings on CBS' "The Andy Griffith Show," co-starring Don Knotts and George "Goober" Lindsey
    Dec 14, 1966
    Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs are part of the plot for CBS-TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies" for the second time during the year. The script finds the duo in Los Angeles to make a commercial for fictitious Foggy Mountain soap

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