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[[Image:Hoo ha.jpg|thumb|300px|"Hoo Ha"]]
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[[Image:OscarBruno-HeeHaw.jpg|thumb|300px|Oscar and Bruno at Slim's Bar-B-Que]]
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[[Image:Hoo ha.jpg|thumb|300px|"Muppet Hoo Ha"]]
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[[Image:EconomicsHoe-Down.jpg|thumb|300px|"Economics Hoe-Down"]]
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[[Image:Hoo_Haw.JPG|thumb|300px|The Babies enjoying "Hoo Haw."]]
   
'''''Hee Haw''''' was an American television variety show featuring country music which aired on [[CBS]] from 1969-1971, and then another twenty years in first run syndication. Inspired by ''[[Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In]]'', the show was hosted by [[Buck Owens]] and [[Roy Clark]].
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'''''Hee Haw''''' was an American television variety show featuring country music which aired on [[CBS]] from 1969 to 1971, and then another twenty years in first run syndication. Inspired by ''[[Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In]]'', the show was hosted by [[Buck Owens]] and [[Roy Clark]].
   
"Muppet Hoo-Haw" was a fictional Muppet show which was shown in [[Episode 201: The Artist Formerly Known As Prince|episode 201]] of ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'', when [[Prince|The Artist Formerly Known As Prince]] was a guest. "Muppet Hoo-Haw" also featured a performance by the [[Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band]].
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[[Bernie Brillstein|Bernie Brillstein's]] first big "package deal" from the Brillstein Company was ''Hee-Haw'', which he recalled in his memoir ''[[Where Did I Go Right?]]'' followed his failed sale of ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' to CBS.
   
The video ''[[Kids' Favorite Country Songs]]'' parodies the opening of ''Hee-Haw''.
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==Appearances==
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* October 23, 1981: [[Big Bird]] appeared at "Slim's Bar-B-Que" with [[Slim Pickens]], [[Roy Clark]], and [[Buck Owens]].<ref>''Woodford County Journal'' TV listings</ref>
   
==Connections==
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* December 12, 1981: [[Oscar the Grouch]] and [[Bruno the Trashman]] appeared in the Slim's Bar-B-Que segment. Other guests included David Frizzell, Shelly West, The Shoppe, and The Million Dollar Band.<ref>''The Journal News'' TV listings</ref>
Many individuals who have worked with the Muppets have also been involved with ''Hee-Haw''
 
   
*[[Loretta Lynn]]
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==References==
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* The show was parodied in the ''[[Dinosaurs]]'' episode "[[Episode 304: Network Genius|Network Genius]]" as ''Economics Hoe-Down''.
   
*[[Waylon Jennings]]
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* The series was spoofed as "Muppet Hoo-Haw" in ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'' [[Episode 201: The Artist Formerly Known As Prince|episode 201]], with guest star [[Prince|The Artist Formerly Known As Prince]] under the name "Jed". "Muppet Hoo-Haw" also featured a performance by the [[Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band]].
*[[Johnny Cash]]
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* The ''[[Sesame Street]]'' video ''[[Kids' Favorite Country Songs]]'' parodies the opening of ''Hee-Haw''.
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* In the ''[[Muppet Babies]]'' episode "[[Episode 804: Remote Control Cornballs|Remote Control Cornballs]]," the show is spoofed as "Hoo Haw."''
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==Connections==
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In addition to hosts Clark and Owens, many individuals who have worked with the Muppets have also appeared on ''Hee Haw'', as guests or regulars.
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*[[Garth Brooks]]
 
*[[Garth Brooks]]
*[[Dale Evans]]
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*[[Ruth Buzzi]]
*[[Dolly Parton]]
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*[[Glen Campbell]]
*[[Ed McMahon]]
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*[[Johnny Cash]]
*[[Jonathan Winters]]
 
*[[Kathie Lee Gifford]]
 
 
*[[Ray Charles (singer)|Ray Charles]]
 
*[[Ray Charles (singer)|Ray Charles]]
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*[[Dale Evans]]
 
*[[Crystal Gayle]]
 
*[[Crystal Gayle]]
*[[Glen Campbell]]
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*[[Kathie Lee Gifford]]
*[[Willie Nelson]]
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*[[Lorne Greene]]
*[[Roger Miller]]
 
*[[Ethel Merman]]
 
*[[Willard Scott]]
 
*[[Henny Youngman]]
 
 
*[[Florence Henderson]]
 
*[[Florence Henderson]]
*[[John Ritter]]
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*[[Waylon Jennings]]
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*[[Alan King]]
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*[[Robin Leach]]
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*[[Loretta Lynn]]
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*[[Charlie McCoy]]
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*[[Ed McMahon]]
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*[[Ethel Merman]]
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*[[Roger Miller]]
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*[[Willie Nelson]]
 
*[[Leslie Nielsen]]
 
*[[Leslie Nielsen]]
*[[Lorne Greene]]
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*[[Dolly Parton]]
*[[Paul Williams]]
 
 
*[[Regis Philbin]]
 
*[[Regis Philbin]]
*[[Robin Leach]]
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*[[Slim Pickens]]
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*[[Jerry Reed]]
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*[[John Ritter]]
 
*[[Roy Rogers]]
 
*[[Roy Rogers]]
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*[[Linda Ronstadt]]
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*[[Willard Scott]]
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*[[Randy Travis]]
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*[[Travis Tritt]]
 
*[[Tanya Tucker]]
 
*[[Tanya Tucker]]
*[[Ruth Buzzi]]
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*[[Paul Williams]]
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*[[Jonathan Winters]]
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==Sources==
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==External links==
 
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Latest revision as of 21:28, October 30, 2019

OscarBruno-HeeHaw

Oscar and Bruno at Slim's Bar-B-Que

Bigbirdheehaw
Hoo ha

"Muppet Hoo Ha"

EconomicsHoe-Down

"Economics Hoe-Down"

Hoo Haw

The Babies enjoying "Hoo Haw."

Hee Haw was an American television variety show featuring country music which aired on CBS from 1969 to 1971, and then another twenty years in first run syndication. Inspired by Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the show was hosted by Buck Owens and Roy Clark.

Bernie Brillstein's first big "package deal" from the Brillstein Company was Hee-Haw, which he recalled in his memoir Where Did I Go Right? followed his failed sale of The Muppet Show to CBS.

AppearancesEdit

  • December 12, 1981: Oscar the Grouch and Bruno the Trashman appeared in the Slim's Bar-B-Que segment. Other guests included David Frizzell, Shelly West, The Shoppe, and The Million Dollar Band.[2]

ReferencesEdit

ConnectionsEdit

In addition to hosts Clark and Owens, many individuals who have worked with the Muppets have also appeared on Hee Haw, as guests or regulars.

SourcesEdit

  1. Woodford County Journal TV listings
  2. The Journal News TV listings

External linksEdit

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