Movies: The Hee Haw DVD Collection
Get ready to laugh till it hurts with The Hee Haw Dvd Collection! THE HEE HAW DVD COLLECTION Get ready to laugh till it hurts with The Hee Haw Collection! See Buck Owens, Roy Clark,
Get ready to laugh till it hurts with The Hee Haw Dvd Collection!
Get ready to laugh till it hurts with The Hee Haw Collection! See Buck Owens, Roy Clark, Minnie Pearl, and all your favorite Kornfield Kounty folk in 10 classic Hee Haw episodes. Two more episodes in your FREE volumes include the original premiere and best comic moments!
HEE HAW: Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Faron Young, and Merle Haggard
Between the hilarious skits and gut-busting one-liners of this classic variety show was the glorious music. This installment finds Tammy Wynette singing her signature Stand By Your Man and Merle Haggard declaring his pride to be an Okie From Muskogee.
HEE HAW: Hank Williams, Jr., Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, and Dottie West
Hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark helped usher in another HEE HAW classic moment when a 20-yr.-old Hank Williams, Jr. stopped by to perform his new hit. When Merle Haggard hit the stage, it proved music and laughter are still the best medicine.
HEE HAW: Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Conway Twitty, and Loretta Lynn
HEE HAW had a knack for booking singers at the peak of their careers. Case in point: Jesse Colter previews her biggest hit I'm Not Lisa in this classic from 1975. Sit back and take in the guffaws as only Roy Clark and Buck Owens can deliver them.
HEE HAW: Donna Fargo, Charlie Rich, Johnny Cash, and George Lindsey
They didn't call it HEE HAW for nothin'. The laughs came quicker than a jackrabbit runnin' from the nose of a shotgun, but when Johnny Cash and Charlie Rich dropped by to revisit Big River and I Take It On Home, the music was serious business.
HEE HAW: Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Jana Jae, and Kenny Price
Kenny picks a fine time to sing his career-making hit, and Dolly proclaims her lasting love to us all! You'll watch this episode with fondness as Kenny Rogers performs Lucille and Dolly Parton sings I Will Always Love You (recently covered by Whitney Houston). Music history in the making!
HEE HAW: Premiere Episode
What a lineup for the very first show! Loretta Lynn pulls on punches singing her 1968 hit Your Squaw Is On the Warpath, while Charley Pride---making his first national TV appearance---performs two Hank Williams classics.
HEE HAW: Laffs
Laffs features the down home one-liners, all-time favorities, and Hee Haw classics that had you in stitches. Sit back as Roy Clark and Buck Owens deliver gut-busting guffaws and trademark humor -- This one is chock full of goodies.