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  • Oct 7, 1967
    "Solitary Man" songwriter Neil Diamond portrays a nightclub singer on the CBS-TV crime series "Mannix"
    Oct 8, 1967
    Jimmy Dean presents CBS viewers with a medley of country classics on "The Ed Sullivan Show." He sings "Born To Lose," "Oh Lonesome Me," "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)"
    Oct 16, 1967
    Bobbie Gentry guests on "The Carol Burnett Show" on CBS, taking part in a spoof of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" that includes Burnett, Gwen Verdon and Phyllis Diller
    Nov 12, 1967
    The Turtles appear on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing the future T.G. Sheppard hit "Happy Together"
    Dec 24, 1967
    Bobbie Gentry performs "Ode To Billie Joe" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Broadcast from New York, the CBS telecast also features The Muppets, The Cowsills, Arthur Godfrey and George Carlin
    Jan 9, 1968
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans guest on the CBS variety series "The Red Skelton Show"
    Jan 21, 1968
    Glen Campbell makes his first appearance on CBS' "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," beginning a path that leads him to his own TV show
    Feb 4, 1968
    The Bee Gees perform "Words" on CBS-TV's "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour." The song is destined to return as a country hit by Susie Allanson
    Feb 7, 1968
    Patti Page guests on "The Jonathan Winters Show" on CBS-TV
    Feb 18, 1968
    Bobbie Gentry makes a return appearance on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," along with pianist Paul Mauriat, Rodney Dangerfield and The Muppets

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