Are these guest stars from the first season or the last season of The Carol Burnett Show?

Do these celebs seem more 1967 or 1978?

Carol Burnett became a comedy icon not just for her hilarious characters but because she kept America laughing for eleven years! The Carol Burnett Show premiered in 1967 and continued until 1978, all the while poking fun at everything from hippies to old folks and Golden Age Hollywood films to soap operas.

Can you tell the difference between the first season and the last season of The Carol Burnett Show? Try to guess when these guest stars were on. Be careful, some were on both seasons!

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  1. Lucille Ball
  2. James Garner
  3. Leonard Nimoy
  4. Steve Martin
  5. Phyllis Diller
  6. Jim Nabors
  7. Dick Van Dyke
  8. Rock Hudson
  9. Sid Caesar
  10. George Carlin
  11. The Smothers Brothers
  12. Richard Chamberlain
  13. Betty White
  14. Tim Conway

Are these guest stars from the first season or the last season of The Carol Burnett Show?

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Moverfan 4 days ago
I saw a sketch a few months ago on Carol Burnett & Friends where Mama Cass Elliott takes a very uptight Carol to a feminist bookstore to buy a cooy of The Sensuous Woman. Before they can get to the cash register, the parish priest, a handsome blonde young man, walks in. I thought I was seeing things until he opened his mouth--and the voice-over at the end confirmed it. "Father So-And-So was played by Bill Christopher"--and in a few short years, we'd come to know him as Father Francis Mulcahy of the 4077th M*A*S*H!
dodgebob 14 days ago
Here's a quiz for ya, How many ya think I got, Hint; it ain't good. I bought the whole box set of Carol Burnett for Christmas one year, should've watched them with her.
dodgebob dodgebob 14 days ago
That was for my mom.
Tracye 16 days ago
Dang 8/14 wasn't as easy as I thought it would be.
AllisonWunderland 16 days ago
Well, how do ya like that......I missed both "BOTHS" 😆😂
Well at least you got half right on each of them
Jeffrey 17 days ago
''You got 8 out of 14.'' -----------------Could you hold it together for this quiz? I got 1, 4, 7, 12, 13, and 14 wrong.
CouchPotato987 17 days ago
Wow! That was a lot harder than I thought.I thought it was going to be pretty easy. I got stumped on a few of ‘em. Lol
Rick 17 days ago
Dick van Dyke and Tim Conway weren't *guest stars* the last season - they were regulars!
Filmnoirfan 17 days ago
5/14 - move over pius a new low has been established
daDoctah 17 days ago
Did Buddy Hackett ever appear as a guest? Carol played his girlfriend on his 1956 series "Stanley", and he even referenced it in 1964 when he was a blindfolded "What's My Line?" panelist and Carol was the Mystery Guest. (In the first round the guest was AC Nielsen who signed in as "Mr X", and Buddy explained in the later part of the episode that "Stanley" was the show that "the Nielsen guy threw off the air for us!")
Jeffrey daDoctah 17 days ago
AC Nielsen, The Nielsen ratings guy? WOW! You didn't tell us how you did though, on the quiz.
Jeremy daDoctah 16 days ago
I had heard that he hadn't been a guest on her show because while working on Stanley, he wasn't really nice to her.
MrsPhilHarris 17 days ago
I did not hold it together. 9/14.
justjeff 17 days ago
11/14 - not too bad for sheer guesswork!
tnminnow 17 days ago
9/14 Better that I thought I would do.
texasluva 17 days ago


I know this does not shed a good light on Humphrey Bogart's part. What it does is shed a light that no matter what part he plays he's fantastic. A tale of a ship with a captain that has lost his wits and psychopathic tendencies. Certainly a heave-ho from being in charge of a United States Naval vessel and its men. Follow from when it just seems he's a tough Captain and stickler. It turns out being more then just that and turns into a critical situation. I mean....where in (scratches head) did those extra strawberries go.....that being just the start of some peculiar actions by Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg
The Caine Mutiny (1954)
2 hr 4 min

Humphrey Bogart
José Ferrer
Van Johnson
Fred MacMurray
E.G. Marshall
Lee Marvin
Claude Akins
Robert Francis
May Wynn

https://archive.org/details/The.Caine.Mutiny.1954.1080p.BluRay.x264Japhson
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Jeffrey texasluva 16 days ago
Your comment has nothing to do with the quiz at hand, so why did you make & post it?
texasluva Jeffrey 16 days ago
First of all the movie posted was for Veterans Day (Naval movie). Then talk of the scenes in said movie. Idioms were being used were based on Humphrey Bogart's character in said movie. I had already took the quiz below and also offered music and actors that were in the military for Veterans Day. If it offends you I am sorry. You need not watch movie nor listen to music If that is your wish.
ScarlettKaiju 17 days ago
Technically, Dick Van Dyke was a regular for half of the last season.
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