Some wacky moments from the end of the show. God Bless Dick Martin
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Doctor Evil at 1:04!
How did Goldie do that Donald Duck impression?
man the 70′s were fun
NO ONE CARES ANYMORE, ALLEN!!! <~~~~Lost it on that one. XD
It was a simpler and better time back then…
I remember this show and never missed an episode. They don’t make them anymore. Everything has to be politically correct.
This is much better then SNL but it seems like SNL kinda does the same kinda show?
With all the craziness – This was a Very Funny Show !
I never found this show funny, yet today, I still don’t
I might have been that foot!
It’s cold where I am at the moment. It is that time of the season. A flag down just reminds me that life isn’t all up!
@philomorphologian accidental flag down, sorry it was an accident!
The show was well scripted and funded. Barry Took was ‘imported’ from England to work with top US writers and also many of the wittiest stars is US TV. No doubt, some of the people in the show started off being cynical and saw Laugh In as just another vehicle for advertising. But, like all great art, the quality at the heart of any great show (writers, performers, technicians) always wins thro’, given enough time. Thankfully it did. Some of the stars of the show were made by it. It is fun!
@utterlyviolet That was” Tennessee” Ernie Ford – a singer with a beautiful, rich voice. He had a hit with the song “Sixteen Ton” as well as many more. Maybe before your time? He also sang a lot of gospel tunes. He’s here on YouTube – check him out.
@TheBlackWhiteDog My sentiment exactly: He’s gorgeous.
I was raised on this stuff, age 5-11 when it was on the air. Best TV ever. Whenever a “star” appeared on the show they hung that star at the door and just had a great time being their true self. That just doesn’t happen today.
Who’s Ernie at 1:25?
I’m with you Tiny Tim. (0:15)
MM MM and mm.
When did originally air?
Judy Carne is obviously a front loader.
Oh man,, those were the days,, I sure miss TV like this !!! LOL
you used to be able to get Laugh In on VHS and DVD from Guthy-Renker Home Video,not sure anymore.
What a hoot! I had forgotten how zany and funny this show was. This show had a who’s who of Hollywood: Kirk Douglas, John Wayne, Otto Preminger, Peter Faulk, Richard Nixon, Greer Garson, etc.