The Carol Burnett Show The Lost Episodes
- Rated: TV-G
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 3 hours, 31 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: September 15, 2015
- Originally Released: 2015
- Label: Time Life
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Description by OLDIES.com:
During the late- 60s, CBS was The Carol Burnett Show network, a joking reference based on the program s widespread popularity and huge ratings. Yet the first five seasons have never resurfaced no reruns, streaming video, DVDs or other formats until now. Time Life introduces THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW: THE LOST EPISODES, which bring back many unforgettable moments from the show s groundbreaking years.
This 1-DVD features three original broadcast episodes from Seasons 1 - 5 (1967 - 1972), hand-picked by Carol herself. These true treasures from the vault haven't been seen since their original airing more than forty years ago! You ll see the very first steps of a TV icon, the magic of Carol's cast coming together, and an incredible array of guest stars including Carol's own hero, Lucille Ball, the first performances of many of her famous sketches, plus much more.
SINGLE DVD FEATURES:
- This DVD features 3 UNCUT episodes, as they originally aired on television!
- The first performances of these side-splitting sketches: As the Stomach Turns,
- The Old Folks, Carol & Sis, Alice Portnoy.
- Movie parody Naughty Rosemarie and a salute to MGM Studios.
- GUEST STARS: Eddie Albert, Lucille Ball, Nanette Fabray, Bob Newhart, Don Rickles, Chita Rivera, Mel Tormé and Nancy Wilson.
- First time ever on DVD! Not seen in 40 years!
- 3 UNCUT episodes, hand-picked by Carol.
- Exclusive Backstage Tour: Carol and Company Return to Studio 33.
- Bonus sketch with Carol and Julie Andrews from the live 1971 television special
- Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center.
- Hilarious never-before-seen outtakes, pranks and bloopers!
- Interviews with Julie Andrews, Don Rickles, and Carol Burnett herself
- Nearly 3 1/2 hours of comedy fun.
- Carol Burnett won the prestigious 2013 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.