The Best of The Carol Burnett Show

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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show

For the first time ever, the best of the best from ALL 11 SEASONS!

For the first time ever, the best of the best from ALL 11 SEASONS!

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“This collection brings back all the very best moments and memories from those 11 hilarious years. I’m so glad to have them all in one place, for the first time, so I can share them with you.” – Carol Burnett

The Carol Burnett Show ran for an incredible 11 seasons and featured some of the most talented entertainers in the history of show business. Now to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the show, this collection includes the best of the best, from all 11 seasons, together for the very first time. Hilarious episodes that haven't been seen since they originally aired, plus some of the most beloved classics.

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show features 33 episodes on 11 DVDs including exclusive new bonus features. You’ll get:

  • 22 never-before-released episodes including the double-length series finale
  • Plus 11 all-time classic episodes including the famous “Dentist” and Went with the Wind sketches
  • Guest stars include Lucille Ball, Rita Hayworth, Rock Hudson, Ella Fitzgerald, Neil Sedaka, Carl Reiner, Ray Charles, and many more!
  • Exclusive bonus features including featurettes, a brand new interview with Carol, and never-before-seen outtakes!

Plus, you’ll receive a Collectible Memory Book looking back at each season of the show’s amazing 11 year run. 

50th Anniversary of The Carol Burnett Show

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Volume 1

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show – 10 DVDs

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show celebrates the 50th anniversary of this TV institution with 32 of the best episodes, covering every season. “Mrs. Wiggins,” “Carol and Sis,” “The Oldest Man,” “The Family,” As the Stomach Turns, and a marathon of movie spoofs are back, along with commercial spoofs and some amazing bloopers. Great guest stars and lavish stage productions grace each disc. Carol’s question-and-answer openers with the studio audiences are no less entertaining. She might offer a hug or a shout out, or flee from a rampaging gorilla after letting loose with one of her Tarzan yells. Audiences loved Carol, and she loved them. Watch any show and you’ll agree, she’s still crazy and funny after all these years. 

  • Show #003

    Original Air Date: September 11, 1967
    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 #025

    Original Air Date: March 4, 1968
    Imogene Coca, Mel Tormé

    • Q&A
    • Walter Windrum’s Wonderful World of Women—Carol, Harvey, Imogene Coca
    • That’s All—Mel Tormé
    • The Bat and the Beautiful—Carol, Harvey, Mel Tormé, Pat Paulsen
    • Commercial Blackout—Carol and Mel Tormé
    • Carol and Sis: Anniversary—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Finale: The Olympics Story—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Imogene Coca,Mel Tormé, Dancers
    • Goodnights 

  • Show #030

    Original Air Date: May 13, 1968
    Family Show

    • Q&A—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Best of Both Worlds—Vicki and the George Becker Singers
    • Harvey’s Fan Club—Harvey and Singers
    • Kitchen Commercials—Carol
    • The Old Folks—Carol and Harvey
    • By the Time I Get to Phoenix—Lyle
    • One Big Happy Family: Together, Wherever We Go—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Charwoman: Carol’s Theme—Carol
    • Credits
  • Show #105

    Original Air Date: October 14, 1968
    Bobbie Gentry, George Gobel

    • Q&A—Carol and George Gobel
    • Elevator Blackout—Harvey
    • V.I.P.: The Duke and Duchess of Wormser—Carol, Harvey, George Gobel
    • Sweet Peony—Bobbie Gentry
    • The Neighbors—Carol and Vivian Bonnell
    • Carol and Sis: House for Sale—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Ye Tonight Show—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, George Gobel
    • Charwoman: So What’s New?—Carol and Dancers
    • Goodnights 
  • Show #109

    Original Air Date: November 18, 1968
    Sid Caesar, Ella Fitzgerald

    • Q&A—Carol and Sid Caesar
    • Day In, Day Out and Skylark—Ella Fitzgerald
    • Carol and Sis: PTA Show—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Isabel Sanford, Dick Patterson, Henry Hunter
    • Classic Movie Theatre: Mrs. Magnificent—Carol, Harvey, Sid Caesar
    • The Trolley Song—Carol
    • Goodnights
  • Show #305

    Original Air Date: September 29, 1969
    Nancy Wilson, Bernadette Peters, The Burgundy Street Singers

    • Q&A—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • V.I.P.: Mae East—Carol and Harvey
    • Fireside Chat—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Marrakesh Express—The Burgundy Street Singers
    • Carol and Sis: Laryngitis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Elaine Joyce
    • Finale: They Don’t Make ’Em Like That Anymore—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Nancy Wilson, Bernadette Peters, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #312

    Original Air Date: December 8, 1969
    Tim Conway, Martha Raye

    • Q&A
    • The Oldest Man: Pit Stop—Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Mothers in the Park—Carol, Tim Conway, Martha Raye
    • The Virgin Prince—Carol, Harvey, Tim Conway
    • Salute to 20th Century Fox: Doctor Dolittle/The Fly—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Salute to 20th Century Fox: Adventures of Charlie Chan—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Goodnights
  • Show #317

    Original Air Date: January 26, 1970
    Soupy Sales, Mel Tormé

    • Q&A—Carol and Gov. Ronald Reagan
    • Alice Portnoy—Carol, Vicki, Lyle, Soupy Sales
    • Hurry On Down—Mel Tormé and Dancers
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Harold Gould
    • Salute to Warner Bros. Studios: Cartoons—Carol, Harvey, Soupy Sales
    • Salute to Warner Bros. Studios: Medley—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Soupy Sales, Mel Tormé, Dancers and Singers
    • Salute to Warner Bros. Studios: Mildred Fierce—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Soupy Sales, Mel Tormé
    • Finale: School for Gangsters—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Mel Tormé, Soupy Sales, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights

  • Show #409

    Original Air Date: October 19, 1970
    Lucille Ball, Mel Tormé

    • Blue Skies/Put on a Happy Face—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lucille Ball, Mel Tormé, Dancers and Singers
    • Q&A
    • The Stage Mothers—Carol, Harvey, Lucille Ball
    • Fred and Ginger Medley—Carol and Mel Tormé
    • The Ham ActorCarol, Harvey, Lyle
    • The Early Early Show: Some Like It Hotsy Totsy, Part 1—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Lucille Ball, Mel Tormé, Dancers
    • The Early Early Show: Some Like It Hotsy Totsy, Part 2—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Lucille Ball, Mel Tormé, Dancers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #420

    Original Air Date: February 1, 1971
    Rita Hayworth, Jim Bailey

    • Introduction
    • The Brown Derby—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Rita Hayworth, Glen Campbell
    • Impressions: You Made Me Love You/Don’t Rain on My Parade—Carol and Jim Bailey
    • Tearjerker Theater: Lovely Story—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Milton Frome
    • Mutual Admiration Society—Carol and Rita Hayworth
    • Charwoman: Let Me Entertain You/Mutual Admiration Society—Carol and Rita Hayworth
    • Goodnights
    • Bonus Blooper: The Brown Derby
  • Show #423

    Original Air Date: March 1, 1971
    Tim Conway, Pat Carroll, Karen Wyman

    • Introduction
    • The Lone Ranger—Tim Conway
    • George and Zelda: World War I Flying Ace—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Carol and Sis: Sisters Galore—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Pat Carroll
    • There’s Gotta Be Something Better Than This—Carol, Vicki, Pat Carroll, Karen Wyman, Dancers and Singers
    • Dog’s Life—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway, Pat Carroll
    • Goodnights
    • Bonus Blooper: Dog’s Life  
  • Show #507

    Original Air Date: October 13, 1971
    Ken Berry, Cass Elliot

    • Q&A
    • TV Commercials—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Ken Berry, Cass Elliot
    • There’s a Lull in My Life—Cass Elliot
    • George and Zelda—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Metro Golden Mouth: Sonja Honey: Love in an Avalanche—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Ken Berry, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #509

    Original Air Date: October 27, 1971
    Tim Conway, Diahann Carroll

    • Q&A
    • Once Upon a Water Bed—Carol and Tim Conway
    • A Song for You—Diahann Carroll
    • Scene Stealers—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Rififi—Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Saturday Morning Confusion—Carol and Dancers
    • Insomnia Theatre: Arrivederci, Summertime—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Finale: Chutzpah—Carol, Harvey, Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Dancers
    • Goodnights  
  • Show #511

    Original Air Date: November 17, 1971
    Mel Tormé, Nanette Fabray

    • Q&A
    • We’ve Only Just Begun/Proud Mary/Something’s Comin’ On—Mel Tormé
    • The Preggies—Carol and Nanette Fabray
    • Little Freckle Face/Bein’ Green—Nanette Fabray
    • Sammy Cahn Medley—Carol and Mel Tormé
    • Finale: Nostalgia Theater: 43rd Street, Part I—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Mel Tormé, Nanette Fabray, Dancers and Singers
    • Finale: Nostalgia Theater: 43rd Street, Part II—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Mel Tormé, Nanette Fabray, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights  
  • Show #513

    Original Air Date: December 1, 1971
    Tim Conway, Cass Elliot

    • Q&A
    • Carol and Sis—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Bookstore Sketch—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Cass Elliot, William Christopher
    • The Dentist—Harvey and Tim Conway
    • Goodnights
  • Show #518

    Original Air Date: January 26, 1972
    Tim Conway, Ray Charles

    • Introduction
    • The Teenager—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim Conway
    • Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma—Ray Charles
    • The Billboard Hangers—Harvey and Tim Conway
    • Tearjerker Theatre: Sinful Woman—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Finale: Charwoman: Blues Medley—Carol, Ray Charles, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights  

  • Show #611

    Original Air Date: October 25, 1972
    Tim Conway, Pearl Bailey

    • Q&A
    • Nora Desmond: The Commercial—Carol, Harvey, Tim Conway
    • Where Is Love—Pearl Bailey
    • The Oldest Man: Galley Slaves—Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • The Psychiatrist: A Good Man Is Hard to Find—Carol and Pearl Bailey
    • F. Lee Bunny—Carol, Lyle, Tim Conway
    • Salute to 20th Century Fox: Do-Re-Mi/You’ve Gotta See Mama Ev’ry Night (Or You Can’t See Mama at All)/Hound Dog/I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Tim Conway, Pearl Bailey, Dancers and Singers
    • Finale: Alexander’s Ragtime Band—Carol, Vicki, Pearl Bailey, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #603

    Original Air Date: November 29, 1972
    Carl Reiner, Melba Moore

    • Q&A
    • Let’s Make a Bargain—Carol, Harvey, Carl Reiner
    • You’ve Got a Friend—Melba Moore
    • Terminal Hospital—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle, Carl Reiner, Melba Moore
    • The Writer #1—Carol, Harvey, Carl Reiner
    • Have a Little Talk with Myself—Carol and Melba Moore
    • Non-Violent Theatre: The Plot to Hurt Hitler—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Carl Reiner
    • Finale: Rip-Off—Carol, Harvey, Lyle, Melba Moore, Carl Reiner
    • Goodnights
    • Bonus Blooper: The Plot to Hurt Hitler
  • Show #618

    Original Air Date: February 3, 1973
    Family Show

    • Q&A
    • I’ve Got You under My Skin—Carol
    • Bifocals—Harvey
    • Carol and Sis: The Old Flame—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia—Vicki
    • The Old Old Movie: Waterloo Bilge, Part 1—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • The Old Old Movie: Waterloo Bilge, Part 2—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Goodnights
    • Bonus Blooper: Bifocals
  • Show #722

    Original Air Date: March 16, 1974
    Roddy McDowall, The Jackson 5

    • Q&A
    • Talk and Duet Medley: Exactly Like You/She’s Funny That Way/They Didn’t Believe Me/Tea for Two/Speak Low/So in Love—Carol and Roddy McDowall
    • Short Film: Roddy McDowall in the Makeup Chair for Planet of the Apes
    • The Family: The Reunion—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Roddy McDowall
    • The Carpenters—Carol, Harvey, Lyle
    • Dancing Machine—The Jackson 5
    • Bus Stop—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Lyle
    • Brief Encounter—Carol and Roddy McDowall
    • Finale: Music School Medley: This Old Man/ABC—Carol, The Jackson 5, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #811

    Original Air Date: December 7, 1974
    Tim Conway, Steve Lawrence

    • Q&A
    • As the Stomach Turns: Inflation—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim Conway, Steve Lawrence
    • On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)—Steve Lawrence
    • The Stakeout—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim Conway, Steve Lawrence, Dick Patterson
    • I’m Not a Doctor—Carol, Harvey, Tim Conway
    • Goodnights
  • Show #906

    Original Air Date: September 13, 1975
    Jim Nabors

    • Q&A—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Jim Nabors
    • The Hollow Hero: The Pony—Carol, Harvey, Tim
    • I Feel at Home with You—Carol and Jim Nabors
    • Mr. Cool—Carol, Harvey, Tim
    • Manhattan Transfer—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • The Family: Eunice Splits—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Jim Nabors
    • Goodnights—Carol, Vicki and baby  
  • Show #913

    Original Air Date: December 20, 1975
    Steve Lawrence

    • Introduction
    • Stella Toddler and The Oldest Man: The Shoe Store—Carol and Tim
    • The Late, Late Movie: Flora—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Steve Lawrence
    • The Ways a Man Can Aggravate a Woman, the Ways a Woman Can Aggravate a Man—Carol and Steve Lawrence
    • The Cafeteria—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • Goodnights
  • Show #0007

    Original Air Date: October 30, 1976
    Roddy McDowall

    • Q&A
    • Mrs. Wiggins: Buzz Off—Carol and Tim
    • Medical Documentary—Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Roddy McDowall
    • Hollywood Seven—Vicki
    • The Lift—Carol and Roddy McDowall
    • The Morning After—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Finale: Salute to Silent Movies: Without a Word, Without a Sound—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Roddy McDowall, Dancers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #0002

    Original Air Date: November 13, 1976
    Dinah Shore

    • Q&A
    • Business Lunch—Carol and Harvey
    • 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover—Dinah Shore
    • The Oldest Man: The Butcher—Harvey and Tim
    • Went with the Wind!—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Dinah Shore
    • Finale: Basin Street: Basin Street Blues/That’s How I Love the Blues/The Birth of the Blues/Mad about Him Blues/A Good Man Is Hard to Find/I Ain’t Got Nobody/St. Louis Blues/Wang Wang Blues—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Dinah Shore, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #0013

    Original Air Date: December 25, 1976
    Family Show

    • Introduction
    • Mrs. Wiggins: At Lunch—Carol, Harvey, Tim
    • Boy Meets Girl—Carol, Harvey, Dancers
    • Rich Lady, Broke Lady, Parts 1-12—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • Finale: Money, Money—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Dancers and Singers, Children’s Chorus
    • Goodnights  

  • Show #0015

    Original Air Date: February 5, 1977
    Helen Reddy

    • Q&A
    • Mrs. Wiggins: Enter Mrs. Tudball—Carol, Vicki, Tim
    • The Fruitcake—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • The Backups: Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Helen Reddy
    • The Pickups—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • Goodnights  
  • Show #0023

    Original Air Date: March 19, 1977
    Neil Sedaka

    • Q&A
    • I.R.S. Office—Carol, Harvey, Vicki
    • Autograph Book—Carol and Neil Sedaka
    • Kitchen Commercials—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Neil Sedaka
    • The Oldest Man: The Baggage Handler—Harvey and Tim
    • The Long Goodnight—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • Finale: Love Will Keep Us Together—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Tim, Neil Sedaka, Dancers and Singers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #0022

    Original Air Date: March 26, 1977
    Ken Berry

    • Q&A
    • Mrs. Wiggins: The Fire Drill—Carol, Harvey, Tim
    • I Got Rhythm—Ken Berry and Dancers
    • Harry’s Mirage and Grill—Harvey, Vicki, Tim
    • Salute to MGM Musicals: Babes in Barns—Carol, Harvey, Vicki, Ken Berry, Dancers
    • Goodnights
  • Show #0109

    Original Air Date: November 19, 1977
    Ben Vereen

    • Introduction
    • Mrs. Wiggins: In Hawaii—Carol, Vicki, Tim
    • South Rampart Street Parade—Ben Vereen and Dancers
    • TV Commercials—Carol, Vicki, Tim, Dick Van Dyke, Ben Vereen
    • The Second Time Around—Carol and Dick Van Dyke
    • The Oldest Man: Old-Timers—Tim, Dick Van Dyke, Tom Kelly
    • Goodnights  

  • Show #0112

    Original Air Date: December 11, 1977
    Rock Hudson

    • Q&A
    • Looking for Mrs. Whacko—Carol, Tim, Rock Hudson
    • The Mike—Tim
    • What Do the Simple Folk Do?—Carol and Rock Hudson
    • The Family: Mama’s Exodus—Carol, Vicki, Tim
    • Goodnights  
  • Show #0120

    Original Air Date: February 26, 1978
    Steve Lawrence

    • Q&A—Carol, Vicki, Tim, Bob Mackie, Steve Lawrence
    • Mrs. Wiggins: Car Problem—Carol and Tim
    • Plane Confessions—Carol, Vicki, Tim, Steve Lawrence
    • No Autographs, Please—Carol, Vicki, Tim
    • Vortex Dog Food—Tim
    • Goodnights
  • BONUS FEATURES:


    Featurette: 11 Years of Laughter on The Carol Burnett Show
    Featurette: Fashion Forward: 11 Years of Style on The Carol Burnett Show
    Interview: Jim Bailey

Volume 2

The Final Show – 1 DVD 

On September 11, 1967, Carol Burnett and her madcap cast took to the airwaves on CBS for a new variety series that combined sketch comedy, singing and dancing. Little did they know that The Carol Burnett Show would become an Emmy Award-winning program and survive the changing tastes of TV audiences to last eleven seasons. On March 29, 1978, the curtain came down for good. The Final Show, billed as A Special Evening with Carol Burnett, takes a two-hour stroll through the show’s glory days. Carol, Vicki and Tim present a video scrapbook of unforgettable moments from their routines and movie spoofs. The love was never more heartfelt than in this long goodbye. 

  • Show #0124

    Original Air Date: March 29, 1978
    Family Show

    • Q&A
    • Duets
    • As Time Goes By
    • Mrs. Wiggins Flashbacks
    • Ragtime Cowboy Joe
    • Water Gimmicks: They Call the Wind Maria/Come Rain or Come Shine
    • Solo Montage: The Lady Is a Tramp/You Light Up My Life
    • Movie Takeoffs: The African Queen/The Murderer Always Rings Twice
    • The Doily Sisters
    • Favorite Moments: The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia/S-P-L-I-T/The Brown Derby/Newscasters/Cobumble/Hand Insurance
    • The Family: The Psychiatrist
    • Scrapbook: Magic Bird of Fire
    • Outtakes
    • Charwoman: Carol’s Theme/Goodnights
  • BONUS FEATURES:


    Featurette: The End of 11 Years: Saying So Long
    Interview: Carol Burnett

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