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Hee Haw (1969) S1E1 TV Show Intro

A majority of each week’s “Hee Haw” shows included a series of skits, blackouts and corny jokes; however, the meat of series came from its music. Each week, two or three country music stars guested usually one or two of the guests being well-established, the others newer and up-and-coming stars as well as bluegrass, country gospel and other acts, signers and musicians popular with country audiences.

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19 Responses to “Hee Haw (1969) S1E1 TV Show Intro”

  1. lamtcobbpa says:

    @wallofvideo…I agree with you this was an entertaining show, I loved it as a kid…but it was more creative than most of current network television…this brings back good memories.

  2. deloufu says:

    @wallofvideo You know something that’s a really good question? Speaking for myself I always wonder that too to be honest with you.

  3. manmusiclover says:

    @wallofvideo I think there is one…its the Blue Collar Comedy with Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy. But I know what you mean :)

  4. winstondaddy says:

    Hey Hee Haw fans… Im working on a show with skits from this great show… Im really in search of the auido from the gossip girls, grandpa whats for supper ,and gloom and desair… Please adives me where to find and download… Thanks T.

  5. wallofvideo says:

    this was a very entertaining show. i bet if you did a show like this today there would still be a big tv audience for it. i really don’t know why networks are so afraid of corny material.

  6. wrigleywolf says:

    The Hee Haw song the most retarded song ever!hahaha

  7. AshburnStadium says:

    @Cluebert – My parents also loved this show, too! Pardon the pun – the jokes were CORNY, but the show was funny.

  8. SuperAcriss says:

    Hee Haw! Uahaha jerico

  9. wrigleywolf says:

    Checkout 0:36 seconds into this video hee hee hee haw haw,hee hee hee,haw haww.Roy clarks yes was bugging out haha

  10. bjroberts65 says:

    I miss this show…This is when television shows were good…Today it’s all HORSESHIT.

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  12. havingfun1968 says:

    @Goosemeyer OH MY GOD, I loved our CB. We had one in both of our cars. Breaker 19, This here is Hot Dog, what’s your 10-20?? That was the shit!!! Loves the Dukes Of Hazzard. Boss Hog, God Rest His Soul, was my favorite. Hell, I even bought the video game for PS2. I loved that generation, and will still be one of the best of all-time…

    What part of Jersey are you from?? Jersey City Here…..

  13. FALGeneral says:

    where can I download this video or at least the intro clip with the donkey

  14. GeekBoy03 says:

    what’s up with those city slicker clothes?

  15. Goosemeyer says:


    I’m a Jersey Boy as well, But this brings back a lot of memories..

    Country was cool in the early 80′s if you were a kid. Bo and Luke duke were allowed to carry knives and have CB radios.. It seems corny now, but so will the iPod in 35 years. I still can’t find the original Pffft you were gone! I want that as a ringtone.

  16. copnite12342 says:

    i cant belive john5 used to watch this? and he was influenced by this show to play guitar. cool

  17. havingfun1968 says:

    Greatest show ever, and I grew up in Jersey. It was just pure fun, and silliness. Then after this we’d watch, “Solid Gold”, and then “Dance Fever”. That was our Saturday Night in the 70′s….

  18. Cluebert says:


    Hahahahahaha! My parents loved this show!!!

  19. kyokogodai says:

    Good ole fun! Thanks for posting!

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