The Best of Sonny & Cher & Carol Burnett

The Best of Sonny & Cher & Carol Burnett

Sonny & Cher & Carol – the perfect collection!

Sonny & Cher & Carol – the perfect collection!

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Hilarious comedy, electrifying music, and incredible guest stars!

In this Deluxe 20-DVD collection you’ll get I Got You Babe: The Best of Sonny & Cher, plus The Carol Burnett Show: The Lost Episodes! A total of 39 episodes filled with music, comedy & your favorite stars.

The complete I Got You Babe: The Best of Sonny & Cher 10-DVD Set includes:

  • 18 episodes from across all three shows, never before on DVD!
    • 10 hilarious episodes of The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour
    • 5 star-studded episodes of Cher
    • 3 must-see episodes of The Sonny & Cher Show
  • Guest stars Muhammad Ali, Dick Clark, Tim Conway, Elton John, Jerry Lewis, Steve Martin, Bette Midler, Jim Nabors, Joe Namath, The Righteous Brothers, Dinah Shore, Lily Tomlin, Tina Turner, and many more!
  • Exclusive extras, including:
    • Sonny & Cher’s pilot, an appearance on The Barbara McNair Show
    • Jerry Blavat’s 1970 interview of the duo featuring an impromptu performance of “I Got You Babe”
    • Talk show appearances on The Dick Cavett Show and Dinah!
    • Cher’s show-stopping performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” for Super Bowl XXXIII
    • And brand-new interviews with Peter Asher, Frankie Avalon, producers Allan Blye and Chris Bearde, Bob Mackie, producer George Schlatter, Lily Tomlin, and Cher herself!
  • Bonus DVD of The Sonny & Cher Years Special - a two-part special telling the story of how they met, and celebrating the '60s
  • Plus a Collectible Memory Book with rare photos and original wardrobe sketches by Bob Mackie!

You’ll also get The Carol Burnett Show: The Lost Episodes 10-DVD Set, including:

  • 21 complete, uncut episodes
  • Including a young Sonny & Cher guest starring in 1967! Carol and Harvey even offer to write songs for the famous duo, with a hilarious audition that Sonny and Cher are forced to walk out on!
  • A Backstage Tour of Studio 33 where the show was filmed
  • Exclusive interviews with Alan Alda, Julie Andrews, Tony Bennett, Steve Carell and many more
  • Rare Carol TV Specials
  • Newly Produced Featurettes
  • Hilarious Bonus Sketches
  • Never-Before-Seen Bloopers and Outtakes
  • And a Collectible Guest Book with personal notes from Carol’s famous friends and fans!

The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour – 5 DVDs

On August 1, 1971, American audiences got their first taste of a show they would soon consider essential viewing. The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour premiered on CBS featuring the beloved husband-and-wife musical duo performing their hit songs and side-splitting sketches with must-see guest stars. Over the course of four seasons, Sonny and Cher would redefine what a variety show could be as they cemented their place in television history. Now you can watch from the beginning with the pilot episode, firsts of many classic sketches, and the chemistry that started it all.

  • Disc 1

    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

    • Show #0101
    • Original Air Date: August 1, 1971
    • Guest Star: Jimmy Durante

    • Show #0102
    • Original Air Date: January 3, 1972
    • Guest Stars: Tony Curtis, Dinah Shore

    • Bonus Features:
      • Interviews:
        • Cher
        • Frankie Avalon
        • Producers Allan Blye and Chris Bearde
      • The Barbara McNair Show (“Sonny & Cher Pilot,” Original Air Date: February 15, 1970)
      • Jerry’s Place (1970)
  • Disc 2

    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

    • Show #0104
    • Original Air Date: January 10, 1972
    • Guest Star: Carroll O’Connor
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    • Show #0107
    • Original Air Date: February 21, 1972
    • Guest Star: Art Carney
  • Disc 3

    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

    • Show #0205
    • Original Air Date: September 22, 1972
    • Guest Stars: Jerry Lewis, The Supremes
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    • Show #0203
    • Original Air Date: November 24, 1972
    • Guest Stars: Jim Brown, Bobby Vinton
  • Disc 4

    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

    • Show #0218
    • Original Air Date: February 7, 1973
    • Guest Star: Jim Nabors

    • Show #0322
    • Original Air Date: February 20, 1974
    • Guest Stars: Joe Namath, The Righteous Brothers
  • Bonus - Disc 5

    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

    • The Sonny & Cher Years Special (Part 1)
    • Show #0304
    • Original Air Date: September 26, 1973
    • Guest Stars: Chuck Berry, Edd Byrnes, Dick Clark, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frankie Valli & the 4 Seasons, Bobby Vinton

    • The Sonny & Cher Years Special (Part 2)
    • Show #0311
    • Original Air Date: November 28, 1973
    • Guest Stars: Paul Anka, The Coasters, Peter Noone, Neil Sedaka, Wolfman Jack

Cher – 3 DVDs

When America’s favorite bohemian musical couple parted ways in 1974, effectively ending The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour, decisions were quickly made to give Cher her own variety show. Simply known as Cher, the new show starring the soon-to-be superstar aired its first episode on CBS in February 1975. In an earnest address, Cher told the audience: “My future is in your hands. I am really happy to be back. No, I am thrilled to be back.”

These five episodes are available for the first time ever, unseen since they first aired over 40 years ago! You’ll see the ultimate lovable diva flying solo (in some outrageous outfits!) and a non-stop cavalcade of the hottest guest stars.

  • Disc 1

    • Cher

    • Show #0100
    • Original Air Date: February 9, 1975
    • Guest Stars: Elton John, Bette Midler, Flip Wilson

    • Show #0105
    • Original Air Date: March 16, 1975
    • Guest Stars: David Groh, The Jackson 5, Lily Tomlin
  • Disc 2

    • Cher

    • Show #0110
    • Original Air Date: April 27, 1975
    • Guest Stars: Tim Conway, Kate Smith, Ike & Tina Turner

    • Show #0112
    • Original Air Date: May 11, 1975
    • Guest Stars: Gregg Allman, Carol Burnett, Dennis Weaver
  • Disc 3

    • Cher

    • Show #0209
    • Original Air Date: November 9, 1975
    • Guest Stars: Steve Martin, Wayne Newton, The Spinners
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    • Bonus Features:
      • Interviews:
        • Cher
        • Lily Tomlin
        • Producer George Schlatter
      • Cher CBS Promo
      • The Dick Cavett Show (1975)
      • Dinah! (Original Air Date: September 12, 1975)

The Sonny & Cher Show – 2 DVDs

When Sonny and Cher’s divorce brought The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour to an end, it seemed unlikely audiences would ever see the former husband-and-wife singing duo together on TV again. But on February 1, 1976, the two were reunited as The Sonny & Cher Show premiered on CBS and entered living rooms across the country. Viewers quickly realized the former spouses had no plans to shy away from their split—in fact, it would serve as great comedic material for the show.

Sonny and Cher had that certain something you always wanted to watch and their banter gets even better when they’re sleeping in separate beds! See Sonny and Cher dodge and weave with Muhammad Ali and each other in these three hilarious episodes.

  • Disc 1

    • The Sonny & Cher Show

    • Show #0203
    • Original Air Date: October 10, 1976
    • Guest Stars: Bob Hope, The Jacksons

    • Show #0218
    • Original Air Date: January 21, 1977
    • Guest Stars: Ken Berry, Betty White, Flip Wilson, Ted Zeigler
  • Disc 2

    • The Sonny & Cher Show

    • Show #0220
    • Original Air Date: February 18, 1977
    • Guest Stars: Muhammad Ali, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr., Lyle Waggoner, Ted Zeigler

    • Bonus Features:
      • Interviews:
        • Cher
        • Peter Asher
        • Bob Mackie
      • Superstars and Their Moms (Original Air Date: May 3, 1987)
      • Cher’s National Anthem, Super Bowl XXXIII (Original Air Date: January 31, 1999)
      • Comcast “Voyage” Spot (2005)

Volume 4

The Lost Episodes — 6 DVDs

Featuring 16 uncut episodes from the first 5 seasons including the debut episode with Carol’s good luck charm Jim Nabors, guest stars Lucille Ball, Bob Newhart, and Don Rickles, plus the first appearance of Harvey’s hilarious Mother Marcus! Also included are over 5 hours of exclusive bonus footage featuring a backstage tour of Studio 33, exclusive interviews, and never-before-seen bloopers!

  • Show #108 Original Air Date: November 4, 1968

    Guest Starring: Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, Nancy Wilson

    • Q&A—Carol and Lucille Ball
    • The Old Folks—Carol and Harvey
    • The Folks Who Live on the Hill—Nancy Wilson
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Eddie Albert
    • Father of Girls—Eddie Albert
    • As the Stomach Turns—Carol, Vicki, Lyle, Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, Nancy Wilson
    • Finale: What’s in the Stars: The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener/A Good Man Is Hard to Find—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Lucille Ball, Nancy Wilson, Eddie Albert, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #422, Original Air Date: February 22, 1971

    Guest Starring: Chita Rivera, Bob Newhart

    • Q&A
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Bob Newhart
    • Lucretia Mac Evil—Chita Rivera and Dancers
    • Alice Portnoy—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • MGM Salute: Ninotchka/Blackboard Jungle/Varsity Drag—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Bob Newhart, Chita Rivera, Dancers and Singers
    • MGM Salute: Gone with the Wind/Naughty Rosemarie—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Bob Newhart, Chita Rivera, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #107, Original Air Date: November 11, 1968

    Guest Starring: Don Rickles, Mel Tormé, Nanette Fabray

    • Q&A—Carol, Lyle, Don Rickles
    • Doctor’s Office—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Nanette Fabray
    • Take a Letter Miss Jones—Mel Tormé
    • The Shoe Store—Harvey, Don Rickles, Nanette Fabray
    • Finale: The Tin Pan Alley Story—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Mel Tormé, Don Rickles, Nanette Fabray, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #003, Original Air Date: September 11, 1967

    Guest Starring: Jim Nabors

    • Q&A—Carol and Lyle
    • V.I.P.: Shirley Dimple—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me—Jim Nabors
    • Ski Lodge—Carol and Jim Nabors
    • Broadway Medley—Carol and Jim Nabors
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Finale: Charwoman: Soul Finger/Georgy Girl—Carol and Dancers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #510, Original Air Date: November 3, 1971

    Guest Starring: Bing Crosby, Paul Lynde

    • Q&A
    • The Old Folks—Carol, Harvey, Paul Lynde
    • Love Thy Neighbor/Put a Little Love in Your Heart—Bing Crosby
    • As the Stomach Turns—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Paul Lynde, Bing Crosby
    • Sing/Get Happy—Carol, Bing Crosby, Singers
    • Dance: Challenge—The Ernie Flatt Dancers
    • Finale: The Drunkard’s Daughter—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Bing Crosby, Paul Lynde, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #522, Original Air Date: March 1, 1972

    Guest Starring: Tim Conway, Eydie Gorme

    • Q&A
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • A House Is Not a Home—Eydie Gorme
    • Undercover Cops—Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Midnight Theatre: Dr. Nose—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Finale: Angel Child—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Eydie Gorme, Tim Conway, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #521, Original Air Date: February 23, 1972

    Guest Starring: Nanette Fabray, Burt Reynolds

    • Q&A—Carol and Burt Reynolds
    • Fly Me—Harvey
    • As Time Goes By—Burt Reynolds and Dancers
    • Chromo-Seltzer—Harvey
    • Scoop Mouthwash—Vicki and Burt Reynolds
    • George and Zelda—Carol and Harvey
    • Nite-Nite—Harvey, Lyle, Nanette Fabray
    • Hair and Shoulders Shampoo—Carol and Lyle
    • It’s a Musical World—Nanette Fabray, Dancers and Singers
    • Cool Power—Carol and Lyle
    • Transcontinental Airlines—Burt Reynolds
    • Al—Carol
    • Wednesday Night Adventure Movie: The Lavender Pimpernel—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Burt Reynolds, Nanette Fabray
    • Finale: She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain—Carol, Nanette Fabray, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #013, Original Air Date: November 27, 1967

    Guest Starring: Lesley Ann Warren, Don Adams

    • Q&A—Carol and Don Adams
    • The Jolly Green Thing—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • The Best Is Yet to Come—Lesley Ann Warren and Dancers
    • The Donny Bishop Show—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Don Adams
    • Two Fathers—Harvey and Don Adams
    • Fressa—Carol and Harvey
    • Enter Laughing—Carol
    • The Lost Purse—Carol and Don Adams
    • Finale: All God’s Children—Carol, Lesley Ann Warren, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #006, Original Air Date: October 2, 1967

    Guest Starring: Lucille Ball, Tim Conway, Gloria Loring

    • Q&A—Carol and Lyle
    • Cafe Argentine—Carol, Harvey, Lucille Ball
    • TV Commercials—Carol
    • I Dig Rock and Roll Music—Carol, Vicki, Dancers and Singers
    • News Anchor—Tim Conway
    • Comedy Spot—Carol, Lyle, Lucille Ball
    • Rental Car Agents—Carol, Harvey, Lucille Ball, Tim Conway
    • Goin’ Out of My Head/Try to Remember—Gloria Loring
    • Super Guy—Carol and Harvey
    • Finale: See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have—Carol, Lucille Ball, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #112, Original Air Date: January 6, 1969

    Guest Starring: Tim Conway

    • Q&A—Carol, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • V.I.P.: Colonel Flanders—Carol and Harvey
    • Comedy Spot—Carol and Tim Conway
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • American Boys—Vicki, Dancers and Singers
    • The Painters—Carol and Tim Conway
    • Finale: The Night They Raided Rimsky’s—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #008, Original Air Date: October 16, 1967

    Guest Starring: Bobbie Gentry, Phyllis Diller, Gwen Verdon

    • Q&A—Carol and Vicki
    • Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde—Carol, Harvey, Phyllis Diller, William Schallert
    • Comedy Spot—Phyllis Diller
    • The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)—Gwen Verdon, Dancers and Singers
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Bugs/The Look of Love—Bobbie Gentry
    • The Murder Trial of the Century—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Phyllis Diller, William Schallert
    • Finale: Beatles Tribute: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help from My Friends/When I’m Sixty-Four—Carol, Bobbie Gentry, Phyllis Diller, Gwen Verdon, Dancers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #309, Original Air Date: November 17, 1969

    Guest Starring: Andy Griffith

    • Q&A—Carol, Merv Griffin, Andy Griffith
    • Aesop’s Fable—Andy Griffith
    • V.I.P.: The King Family—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Isabel Sanford
    • I Believed It All—Carol
    • Mr. Law and Order—Carol, Vicki, Lyle, Andy Griffith
    • Máh-Ná-Mah-Ná—Vicki, Don Crichton, Ruth Buzzi, Arte Johnson
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Elaine Joyce
    • Finale: Cinderellie—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Andy Griffith, Dancers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #503, Original Air Date: November 10, 1971

    Guest Starring: Bernadette Peters, Cass Elliot

    • Q&A
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • The Look of Love—Cass Elliot
    • The Sound Man—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • Cherish/It Had to Be You—Bernadette Peters
    • As the Stomach Turns—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Cass Elliot, Bernadette Peters
    • Finale: You’ve Got a Friend—Carol, Cass Elliot, Bernadette Peters, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #316, Original Air Date: January 19, 1970

    Guest Starring: Flip Wilson, Vikki Carr

    • Q&A—Carol and Flip Wilson
    • The Offenders—Carol and Harvey
    • Go (Vois)—Vikki Carr
    • Comedy Spot—Flip Wilson
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head—Vicki, Dancers and Singers
    • Mission: Improbable—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Flip Wilson, Vikki Carr, Peter Graves, Leonard Nimoy, Peter Lupus, Greg Morris
    • Finale: There’s Enough to Go Around—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Vikki Carr, Flip Wilson, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #506, Original Air Date: October 6, 1971

    Guest Starring: Carol Channing, Steve Lawrence

    • Introduction
    • In My Own Lifetime—Steve Lawrence
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Ain’t Misbehavin’/You’re the Cream in My Coffee/Button Up Your Overcoat—Carol Channing and Dancers
    • As the Stomach Turns—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Carol Channing, Steve Lawrence
    • Salute to Oscar: Sorry, Wrong Number/Acceptance Speech/The Story of Louis Pasteur/The African Queen—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Carol Channing, Steve Lawrence
    • Finale: Without a Word, Without a Sound—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Steve Lawrence, Dancers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #016,Original Air Date: March 18, 1968

    Guest Starring: Tim Conway, Jack Jones, Ruth Buzzi

    • Q&A—Carol and Tim Conway
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Ruth Buzzi
    • I Can’t Get Started/’Cause I Got So Much Lovin’ in Me—Jack Jones and Dancers
    • The Bullfighter—Harvey and Tim Conway
    • Shipwrecked—Carol and Tim Conway
    • Salute to Old Movies: The Jungle Kook/Sing Sing Dingaling/Shut Uppa You Face—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Jack Jones, Tim Conway, Ruth Buzzi
    • Nobody—Carol
    • Finale: Hoedown: Wahoo/San Antonio Rose/Bye Bye Love/I’m an Old Cowhand—Carol, Jack Jones, Dancers
    • Goodnights

  • The Lost Episodes 6 DVD: Bonus Features

    • A Backstage Tour: Carol and Company Return to Studio 33 (taped in Los Angeles on April 2, 2015)
    • Featurettes:
      • On the Spot: Carol's Q&A
      • Fabulous Firsts
    • Interviews:
      • Alan Alda
      • Julie Andrews
      • Carol Burnett
      • Vikki Carr
      • Carol Channing
      • Bill Hader
      • Jack Jones
      • Gloria Loring
      • Jim Nabors
      • Queen Latifah
      • Burt Reynolds
      • Don Rickles
      • Lesley Ann Warren
    • Bonus Sketches:
      • Opening number from the live television special Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center (original air date December 7, 1971) with Carol and Julie Andrews
      • Uncut "Q&A" segment from Show #003 (original air date September 11, 1967)
      • "Morton of the Movies" from Show #813 (original air date December 21, 1974) with Alan Alda as a suitor using pick-up lines from old movies on Carol
      • "The Dentist" from Show #120 (original air date March 3, 1969) with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman
    • Outtakes

Carol Burnett: Treasures from the Vault

Treasures from the Vault — 2 DVDs

This volume includes 5 more original, uncut episodes from the first 5 seasons. You’ll see incredible guests including Jonathan Winters, Joan Rivers, Shirley Jones, and Sonny & Cher, the first appearance of Tim’s “Oldest Man” character, plus a cameo appearance by Bob Hope! This DVD set also features over 2 hours of bonus footage including exclusive new interviews with Tony Bennett, Steve Carell, and Kristin Chenoweth. 

  • Show #021, Original Air Date: January 29, 1968

    Guest Starring: Jonathan Winters, Dionne Warwick

    • Q&A—Carol and Jonathan Winters
    • Late Night TV Junkies—Carol and Jonathan Winters
    • (Theme From) Valley of the Dolls/Children Go Where I Send Thee—Dionne Warwick, Dancers and Singers
    • T’Morra’, T’Morra’—Carol and Dionne Warwick
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Kiss of Death—Harvey and Lyle
    • Come Rain or Come Shine—Carol
    • The Wonderful World of Hospitals—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Jonathan Winters
    • You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me—Carol and Dancers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #318, Original Air Date: February 2, 1970

    Guest Starring: Barbara Feldon, Joan Rivers

    • Q&A
    • The Old Folks—Carol and Harvey
    • If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time/Yakety Sax—Barbara Feldon, Dancers and Singers
    • Comedy Spot—Joan Rivers
    • The 10th Avenue Family—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Miss Globe Contest—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Barbara Feldon, Joan Rivers
    • Finale: Charwoman: Where Did My Childhood Go?—Carol
    • Goodnights

  • Show #011, Original Air Date: November 6, 1967

    Sonny & Cher, Nanette Fabray

    • Q&A—Carol and Nanette Fabray
    • V.I.P.: Sunnydale Nudist Camp—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • Office Triangle—Carol, Harvey, Nanette Fabray
    • Bosom Buddies—Carol and Nanette Fabray
    • Coffee Commercial—Carol and Harvey
    • You Better Sit Down Kids—Cher
    • Living for You—Sonny & Cher
    • Stay or Go or Stay—Carol, Harvey, Sonny & Cher
    • Foreign Airlines—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Nanette Fabray
    • Finale: Take Me Along—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Nanette Fabray, Sonny & Cher, Dancers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #113, Original Air Date, December 16, 1968

    Guest Starring: Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne

    • Q&A
    • Fireside Chat—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Isabel Sanford
    • Kiss Him Now—Eileen Farrell and Dancers
    • Hugh Handsome Meets Charlene Fusco—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Bob Hope
    • The Page’s Aria from Les Huguenots—Marilyn Horne
    • Your Opera Theatre of the Air: El Trios Piccolo Piggos—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Marilyn Horne, Eileen Farrell
    • Big Spender—Carol, Marilyn Horne, Eileen Farrell
    • Finale: Christmas Carols—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Marilyn Horne, Eileen Farrell, Isabel Sanford, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights: We Wish You a Merry Christmas
  • Show #020, Original Air Date: January 22, 1968

    Guest Starring: Shirley Jones, George Chakiris

    • Q&A—Carol and George Chakiris
    • V.I.P.: Charles de Gaulle—Carol and Harvey
    • When Did I Fall in Love/Somebody Somewhere—Shirley Jones
    • Divorce American Style—Carol and Harvey
    • Shoplifter—Carol and Shirley Jones
    • Angel of Mayhem—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • Zorba the Greek—George Chakiris and Dancers
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Shirley Jones
    • Finale: Charwoman: If My Friends Could See Me Now/Baby, Dream Your Dream—Carol
    • Goodnights

  • Treasures from the Vault: Bonus Features

    • Featurettes:
      • The Song and Dance: Crooners, Hoofers & Balladeers
      • Expecting the Unexpected
    • Interviews:
      • Tony Bennett
      • Steve Carell
      • George Chakiris
      • Kristin Chenoweth
      • Shirley Jones
    • Bonus Sketches:
      • “Carol and Sis” sketch from Show #411 (original air date December 7, 1970) with Don Rickles as a frustrated house painter
      • As the Stomach Turns sketch from Show #301 (original air date October 10, 1969) featuring the first appearance of Tim Conway’s “Oldest Man”
    • Outtakes

Volume 6

Exclusive Bonus Features Vol. 1 — 2 DVDs

In addition to all the episodes you get in this collection, these 2 bonus DVDs give you access to the Once Upon a Mattress color TV production of the Broadway show starring Carol Burnett, TV specials with Carol, a featurette that explores the golden age of the variety show, and Messages to Carol with meaningful sentiments from her friends, fans, and guests.

  • The Lost Episodes: Bonus Features Disc 19

    • Once Upon a Mattress, the CBS color television movie version of the Broadway show, starring Carol in her Tony Award–nominated role as Princess Winnifred the Woebegone, Ken Berry as Prince Dauntless, Jane White as Queen Aggravain, Bernadette Peters as Lady Larken, and Jack Gilford reprising his stage role as King Sextimus (original air date December 12, 1972)
    • Carol + 2 television special starring Carol with Lucille Ball and Zero Mostel (original air date March 22, 1966)
    • Carol Burnett on the Origins of the Charwoman—Carol introduces the first appearance of the “Charwoman” character in the television special Carol & Company (original air date February 24, 1963)

  • The Lost Episodes: Bonus Features Disc 20

    • Featurettes: The Golden Age of the Variety Show and Messages to Carol
    • Interviews with: 
      • Alan Alda
      • Carol Burnett
      • Randy Doney
      • Tina Fey
      • Bill Hader

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