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  • Sep 24, 1960
    "Howdy Doody" airs for the last time in the NBC-TV Saturday morning lineup. The program, hosted by Buffalo Bob, will get referenced in the 1972 Statler Brothers hit "Do You Remember These"
    Nov 5, 1960
    "Dear Oakie" songwriter Doye O'Dell is a train conductor during the week's episode of the NBC western "The Tall Man"
    Jan 27, 1961
    "Sing Along With Mitch" debuts on NBC-TV with lyrics printed on the screen so the audience can participate at home. Host Mitch Miller is a former pop record executive who produced a number of Marty Robbins sessions
    Mar 4, 1961
    Burl Ives guests on an episode of the NBC music series "The Bell Telephone Hour"
    Mar 17, 1961
    "Five Star Jubilee" debuts on NBC, with five rotating stars hosting the country music variety show from Springfield, Missouri. The hosts: Rex Allen, Snooky Lanson, Tex Ritter, Carl Smith and Jimmy Wakely
    Apr 13, 1961
    The Everly Brothers make a guest appearance on NBC-TV's "The Ford Show Featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford"
    May 27, 1961
    Johnny Cash has a guest acting part on NBC's "The Deputy," featuring Henry Fonda
    Jun 29, 1961
    "The Ford Show," an NBC variety program starring Tennessee Ernie Ford and Molly Bee, ends its run in prime time
    Sep 22, 1961
    "Five Star Jubilee" ends a six-month run on NBC. The country variety series, telecast from Springfield, Missouri, rotated five hosts: Rex Allen, Snooky Lanson, Tex Ritter, Carl Smith and Jimmy Wakely
    Oct 27, 1961
    Former country Grammy winners The Kingston Trio make a guest appearance on "The Bell Telephone Hour." The NBC-TV show also features The Benny Goodman Trio and The McGuire Sisters

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