Return to Kornfield Kounty: The Ultimate Deluxe Edition
Return to Kornfield Kounty: The Ultimate Deluxe Edition
Our newest, biggest and best Hee Haw collection ever. Hand-selected episodes from the longest-running weekly syndicated series in tv history!
More than 250 musical performances, bonus interviews, and a Hee Haw Family Scrapbook!
USD$199.90 Installment pricing available
Saaaaaalute! Hee Haw is funny, friendly and straight from the heart of America.
- 17 DVDs with 27 episodes, including 4 never-before released episodes
- Includes the very first episode of Hee Haw
- Includes over 250 musical performances by top country stars including Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty and many more
- Includes Hee Haw Laffs, the funniest moments from the early years of Hee Haw
- 24-page Hee Haw Family Scrapbook
- Plus exclusive bonus interviews
Pickin’ and grinnin’, singin’ and spinnin’ tall tales and corny jokes, the citizens of Kornfield Kounty landed on television in 1969. Each week, co-hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark and the cast of comedians and musicians welcomed the biggest stars in country music to perform their songs and help deliver the legendary corny one-liners.
These hand-selected episodes from the fictional Kornfield Kounty include all of your Hee Haw favorites like Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Junior Samples, Lulu Roman, Archie Campbell, Minnie Pearl, Grandpa Jones and more. Plus, you’ll see more than 250 classic country songs performed by artists like Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette, and more.
27 episodes on 17 DVDs
Return to Kornfield Kounty: 8 DVD
This brand new collection includes 16 episodes with all your favorite sketches plus over 150 musical performances by your favorite classic country artists. See below for the highlighted performances in each episode.
Episode #9, Original Air Date: August 17, 1969
- Jerry Lee Lewis performing “Whole Lot Of Shakin’ Going On”
- Buck Owens performing “Together Again”
- Conway Twitty performing “It’s Only Make Believe”
Episode #32, Original Air Date: September 29, 1970
- Lynn Anderson performing “Rocky Top”
- Ray Charles and Buck Owens performing “Crying Time”
Episode #42, Original Air Date: December 15, 1970
- Waylon Jennings performing “Kentucky Woman”
- Buck Owens and Buddy Alan performing “Bye Bye Love”
Episode #43, Original Air Date: December 29, 1970
- Buck Owens and Cast performing “Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms”
- Roy Rogers and Dale Evans performing “Friendship Medley”
Episode #45, Original Air Date: January 12, 1971
- Buck Owens and Cast performing “Love’s Gonna Live Here”
- Roger Miller performing “Dang Me”
Episode #48, Original Air Date: February 2, 1971
- Loretta Lynn performing “Coal Miner’s Daughter”
- Bill Anderson performing “Wild Week-End”
- Loretta Lynn performing “Secret Love”
Episode #108, Original Air Date: October 13, 1973
- Tanya Tucker performing “Delta Dawn”
- Buck Owens and Buddy Alan performing “White Lightnin’”
Episode #126, Original Air Date: March 2, 1974
- Loretta Lynn performing “Hey Loretta”
- Conway Twitty performing “You’ve Never Been This Far Before”
- Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty performing “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
Episode #151, Original Air Date: February 8, 1975
- George Jones performing “The Grand Tour”
- Mickey Gilley performing “I Overlooked An Orchid”
- George Jones and Tammy Wynette performing “We Loved It Away”
Episode #153, Original Air Date: February 22, 1975
- Roy Clark performing “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You”
- Kitty Wells performing “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels”
Episode #162, Original Air Date: October 25, 1975
- Freddy Fender performing “Before The Next Teardrop Falls”
- Melba Montgomery performing “Don’t Let The Good Times Fool You”
Episode #169, Original Air Date: December 13, 1975
- Buck Owens performing “Rednecks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon Beer”
- Johnny Cash performing “I Walk The Line”
- Pickin’ and Grinnin’ with Johnny Cash
Episode #02, Original Air Date: June 22, 1969
- Merle Haggard performing “Mama Tried”
- Roy Clark performing “Yesterday, When I Was Young”
- Grandpa Jones performing “Mountain Dew”
Episode #34, Original Air Date: October 13, 1970
- Marty Robbins performing “Don’t Worry”
- Buck Owens and Susan Raye performing “Tennessee Bird Walk”
Episode #70, Original Air Date: February 12, 1972
- Dolly Parton performing “Coat Of Many Colors”
- Roy Clark performing “(There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)”
- Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton performing “The Right Combination”
Episode #111, Original Air Date: November 3, 1973
- Roy Clark and Cast performing “Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms”
- Tammy Wynette and George Jones performing “We’re Gonna Hold On”
- Tammy Wynette and Archie Campbell performing “Pfft! You Was Gone!”
Return to Kornfield Kounty - Extras: 1 DVD
This exclusive bonus DVD features exclusive interviews with Sam Lovullo, the series’ long-time producer, Bill Anderson, Roy Clark, Kenny Rogers, Lulu Roman, and Tanya Tucker.
Hee Haw Collection: 8 DVD Set
This collection includes 11 additional episodes including the Premier episode of Hee Haw. This collection includes over 100 more musical performances. See below for the highlighted performances in each episode.
Episode #1, Original Air Date: June 15, 1969
- Loretta Lynn performing "Your Squaw Is On The Warpath"
- Charley Pride performing "Kaw-Liga"
Episode #3, Original Air Date: June 29, 1969
- Tammy Wynette performing "Stand By Your Man"
- George Jones performing "White Lightnin'"
- George Jones performing "Walk Through This World With Me"
Episode #13, Original Air Date: December 17, 1969
- Merle Haggard performing "Okie From Muskogee"
- Tammy Wynette performing "Twelfth of Never"
- Buck Owens performing "Big in Vegas"
Episode #15, Original Air Date: December 31, 1969
- Dottie West performing "Silver Threads and Golden Needles"
- Hank Williams, Jr. performing "Cajun Baby"
Episode #19, Original Air Date: January 28, 1970
- Loretta Lynn performing "First City"
- Merle Haggard performing "Today I Started Loving You Again"
Episode #56, Original Air Date: October 16, 1971
- Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn performing "Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries"
- Conway Twitty performing "Hello Darlin"
Episode #72, Original Air Date: February 26, 1972
- Waylon Jennings performing "Good Hearted Woman"
- Jessi Colter performing "I'm Not Lisa"
- Waylon Jennings perfomring "Me and Bobby McGee"
- Buck Owens performing "My Heart Skips A Beat"
Episode #99, Original Air Date: February 24, 1973
- Donna Fargo performing "Funny Face"
- Tennessee Ernie Ford performing "I'll Fly Away"
Episode #124, Original Air Date: February 16, 1974
- Roy Clark performing "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
- Johnny Cash performing "City of New Orleans"
Episode #152, Original Air Date: February 15, 1075
- Dolly Parton performing "Love Is Like A Butterfly"
- Roy Clark performing "Gentle On My Mind"
- Dolly Parton performing "I Will Always Love You"
Episode #210, Original Air Date: October 1, 1977
- Kenny Rogers performing "Lucille"
- Buck Owens & The Buckaroos performing "The Old Mansion"
The funniest moments from the early years of Hee Haw. Funny, knee-slappin' laffs! All-Time Favorites: Board Fence; Cornfield; Moonshiners; Doctor Spot; Old Philosopher; General Store; Pfft You Was Gone; Haystack; & Schoolhouse. Hee Haw Classics: Barbershop; Archie Campbell "Rindercella"; Cornfield; Junior Samples "Trigonometry". Special Comedy Selections: Hee Haw Players; Amateur Minute; Dear Royella.