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This is the high quality 24-disc set of The Julie Andrews Hour. It was personally recorded by me on videotape back in 1972 when I was a studio engineer in the south. I missed the 12/13/72 show due to inclement weather. Other Buyers purchased the set from me and reformatted and compressed the shows into a more inferior 5, 7, 10, 11-disc sets. This is why other sets are also missing the 12/13 show! Below at the bottom are more Julie Andrews shows & appearances. **These are from my private collection and ship in white sleeves, no plastic case, no art.
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September 13th, 1972
The premiere show was an Emmy-award winning one-woman showcase for Julie, who performs scenes and songs from her various stage and film roles (including My Fair Lady, Mary Poppins, Star!, The Sound of Music, and Camelot.) Among other songs, Julie performs "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?", "Do Re Mi," "Burlington Bertie from Bow," "If Ever I Would Leave You," and a “Boyfriend Medley”.

September 20th, 1972
Guests: Carl Reiner, Mama Cass Elliott.
Sketches: A spoof of the film All About Eve, a recitation of movie cliches, and a salute to those born under the sign of Aquarius.
Songs: "And This is My Beloved," "You're Going to Hear From Me" (Julie), a medley with Mama Cass, and "It's Today" (Ensemble).

September 27th, 1972
Guests: Jack Cassidy, Ken Berry.
Theme: Salute to the past of Broadway and Hollywood.
Sketches: Ken and Julie spoof Astaire and Rogers; Jack as Flo Ziegfield escorting Julie to Delmonico's; Rich Little mimes Bogart.
Songs: "I Have Dreamed" and Scottish medley (Julie), "Lullaby of Broadway," "I Know Darn Well I Can Do Without You" (Julie, Jack), Love song medley (Ensemble).

October 4th, 1972
Guest: Don Rickles, who joins Julie in a Noel Coward spoof called "Not So Private Lives”.

October 11th, 1972
Guest:Robert Goulet (his first appearance with Julie since Broadway's Camelot).
Theme: Salute to composers Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Jerome Kern.
Songs: "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "Shall We Dance?" (Julie), "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Too Darn Hot," "Night and Day," "Where or When," "Fascinating Rhythm," Porgy and Bess medley (Julie, Robert).

October 18th, 1972
Guest: Steve Lawrence.
Theme: Salutes to several celebrities, including Laurel and Hardy, Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, and the Marx Brothers.
Sketch: Steve as a brash Yank flier and Julie as a music hall girl in a Darling Lili-styled spy caper.
Songs: “Until it's Time For You to Go," "Men Like You" (Julie), "Applause," "We'll Meet Again," Oscar medley (Julie, Steve).

October 25th, 1972
Guests: Diahann Carroll, Phyllis Diller.
Theme: Salute to women songwriters and band singers.
Songs: "Two Ladies in De Shade of Da Banana Tree" (Julie, Diahann), Burt Bacharach medley (Julie, Diahann, Phyllis), football medley (Ensemble).

November 1st, 1972
Guests: Dan Dailey, Mama Cass Elliott.
Sketches: A spoof of Dan's movies; Dan and Julie as struggling vaudevillians; Julie and Alice Ghostley as incompatible roommates.
Songs: "This Nearly Was Mine" (Julie), "Alone Again" (Mama Cass), Simon and Garfunkel medley (Julie, Mama Cass), "You Were Meant For Me," "Keep Your Sunny Side Up" (Julie, Dan), "Bill Bailey" (Ensemble).

November 8th, 1972
Guests: Robert Goulet, Joel Grey.
Theme: A musical salute to Lerner and Loewe includes songs from Gigi, Paint Your Wagon, Camelot, Brigadoon, and My Fair Lady.
Sketches: Joel appears as George M. Cohan and Robert as a Canadian Mountie in separate sketches. The ensemble performs a medley from Cabaret.

November 22nd, 1972
Guests: Donald O'Connor, the Young Americans, and Adriana Caselotti (the original voice of Disney's Snow White).
Theme: Salute to Walt Disney.
Songs: "He's a Tramp" (Julie), "I've Got No Strings," Mary Poppins medley (Julie, Donald), "I'm Wishing," "Someday My Prince Will Come," (Julie, Adriana), Medley (Young Americans), "When You Wish Upon a Star," "Zip a Dee Doo Da" (Ensemble).

November 29th, 1972
Guests: Harry Belafonte, guitarist Sivuca.
Sketches: Harry and Julie as two lonely people; Julie mimes Beatrice Lillie.
Songs: "Fever," "Yesterday" (Julie), "Blowin' in the Wind" (Harry), "Suzanne".

December 6th, 1972
Guests: Tom and Dick Smothers, Jack Cassidy.
Sketches: A Roaring 20s salute; a cocktail lounge.
Songs: "Ain't We Got Fun" (Julie, Jack), "Making Whoopee" (Julie, Dick), "Charleston" (Julie, Dancers), "Talk to the Animals," Gilbert and Sullivan medley (Ensemble).

December 20th 1972: The Christmas Special!
Guests: James Stewart, Joel Grey, Carl Reiner, Mama Cass Elliott, Jack Cassidy.
Theme:Examining ways of celebrating Christmas in the England of Charles Dickens and in modern day small towns.
Songs: "Jingle Bells" and Christmas medley (Julie), "The Christmas Song" (Julie, Jimmy), "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" (Mama Cass), "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day" (Carl), "Caroling Caroling" (Jack), The Stingiest Man in Town" (Alice Ghostley).
Note: This show was repackaged in December 1979 and broadcast as a syndicated Christmas special entitled “Merry Christmas... With Love, Julie”

January 10th, 1973
Guest: Keith Michell
Theme: Keith joins Julie in classic scenes from drama and literature. These include Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, Noel Coward's Cavalcade, Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, and A. A. Milne's The King's Breakfast.
Songs: "On a Clear Day" (Julie), "What Will You Leave?" (Keith), "Two on the Aisle," "Dancing in the Dark," "Dancing on the Ceiling," "Mack the Knife" (Julie, Keith).

January 20th, 1973
Guests: Jim Nabors, Eydie Gorme, Maria von Trapp (who Julie portrayed in The Sound of Music). The opening scenes from The Sound of Music are shown.
Sketches: A spoof of Gone With the Wind.
Songs: "Do Re Mi," "The Sound of Music," "Whistle a Happy Tune" (Julie) "Why Was I Born" (Eydie), "Edelweiss" (Julie, Maria), "Make Believe" (Jim), "I Am Woman," Rain medley (Julie, Eydie).

January 27th, 1973
Guests: Peggy Lee, Robert Goulet.
Theme: Salutes to Broadway producer David Merrick and to Sagittarians.
Songs: "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair," "Summertime," "Let Me Entertain You," "Love Makes the World Go Round" (Julie), "Someone Who Cares," "Who Will Buy?" (Peggy), "Fanny" (Robert), "The Candy Man," "Before the Parade Passes By" (Julie, Peggy, Robert), "Take Me Along," "Together" (Ensemble).

February 3rd, 1973
Guests: Sid Caesar, John Davidson.
Sketches: a Godfather spoof; Sid in his German professor character.
Songs: "On the Sunny Side of the Street," "Baubles Bangles and Beads," "Get Happy" (Julie).

February 10th, 1973
Guests: Angela Lansbury, Steve Lawrence, Brazilian composer-guitarist Luiz Bonfa.
Theme: Julie and Angela salute great ladies of show business: Mae West, Sophie Tucker, Ethel Merman, Judy Garland, Carmen Miranda, Eleanor Powell, Helen Morgan, and the Dolly Sisters.
Songs: "All the Things You Are" (Julie), "I Don't Want to Know" (Angela), "I Got Rhythm" (Julie, Angela), "Watch What Happens" (Julie, Steve, Luiz), "Batacuda" (Luiz), "To Be a Performer" (Ensemble).

February 17th, 1973
Guests: Sandy Duncan, Sergio Franchi, and Muppets Thog and Rowlf.
Theme: Salute to composer Jerome Kern.
Songs: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "The Last Time I Saw Paris" (Julie), "I'm Old Fashioned" (Sandy), "Old Man River" (Sergio), "The Last Blues Song," "Life Upon the Wicked Stage" (Julie, Sandy), "The Song Is You" (Julie, Sergio), "Look for the Silver Lining" (Ensemble).

March 3rd, 1973
Guest: Sammy Davis Jr.
Songs: "It's a Musical World," "Just You Wait," "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" (Julie), "If I Were a Rich Man," "A Hymn to Him," "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love" (Sammy), "Sue Me," "Trouble," "Tea For Two," "Be a Clown," "A Couple of Swells," medleys of spring songs and Blood, Sweat, and Tears tunes (Julie, Sammy).

March 17th, 1973
Guests: Carol Lawrence, Steve Lawrence.
Theme: Salute to the 30’s, including candid film clips of W. C. Fields, John Wayne, Kate Smith, and Lawrence Welk.
Songs: "Lambeth Walk" (Julie), "Ten Cents a Dance," "Stompin' at the Savoy" (Carol), "Eadie was a Lady" (Steve), "Dipsy Doodle" (Julie, Carol), "Embraceable You," "You're Driving Me Crazy" (Julie, Steve).

March 24th, 1973
Guests: Donald O'Connor, Harve Presnell.
Theme: Salute to composer Frank Loesser.
Songs: "Something's Gotta Give," "But Not For Me," "Somebody Somewhere" (Julie), "Once in Love with Amy" (Donald), "When I Look in Your Eyes," "Luck Be a Lady" (Harve), Street medley (Julie, Donald), "Out of My Dreams," "My Heart is So Full of You" (Julie, Harve), "I Believe in You," "The Brotherhood of Man" (Julie, Harve, Donald).

March 31st, 1973
Guest: Henry Mancini.
Songs: "Whistling Away the Dark," Peter Gunn and Pink Panther themes (Julie), "The Days of Wine and Roses," "Sometime," "Once Upon a Time," "Charade," "The Sweetheart Tree," "Two For the Road," "Nothing to Lose," "Dear Heart," "Moon River" (Julie, Henry).
The Julie Andrews Hour Bloopers Outtakes!

Half an hour of outtakes from the entire season that have never been broadcast (except for a few minutes shown in the final episode with Henry Mancini). These are guaranteed to have you howling with laughter. Watch as Julie and her co-stars repeatedly fluff their lines and fail to refrain from losing all composure in front of the camera and the live television audience! Julie was quoted at the time the show started taping as saying “Funny, or embarrassing things really do happen to me...and now I’ll try to show that side of me.” Nothing demonstrates this fact more beautifully than these delightful outtakes. At one point, while announcing the change in time and show broadcast evening for the following week she forgets her lines and, knowing she will re-shoot the segment, berates the television audience at home for the show’s poor showing in the TV ratings, but does it with a charming air of graceful resignation that demonstrates that she knows all too well what fate lies ahead for the show...

This incredible dvd set is a rare opportunity to step back in time to when life was less complicated and entertainment was good, clean, honest fun! There will never be another TV show like The Julie Andrews Hour!