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"Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"

United States
July 8, 1970
Harry Nilsson appeared on the July 8, 1970, episode of the Smothers Brothers's television show, "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour". Tommy Smothers introduced Harry by singing "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City". Harry demonstrated the basics of songwriting by performing "Poli High".

Other guests on the show included Nancy Sinatra, Ted Mack, Bobby Stevens and Checkmate, and a baton-twirling champion named Natalie Brown.


Actor: Bob Einstein
Actor: Roger Carroll
Actor: Pat Paulsen
Actor: Dick Smothers
Actor: Tom Smothers
Actor: Leigh French
Actor: John Hartford
Actor: Lorenzo Music
Actor: Spencer Quinn
Actor: Sally Struthers
Actor: Jennifer Warren
Actor: Mason Williams
Actor: Peter Cullen
Associate Producer: Nannette Eiland
Director: Bill Davis
Director: Mason Williams
Director: Stan Harris
Director: Tim Kiley
Director: Marty Pasetta
Director: Mike Marmer
Director: Murray Roman
Director: Steve Martin
Director: Lorenzo Music
Executive Producer: Ken Fritz
Original Music: Mason Williams
Producer: Ernest Chambers
Producer: Allan Blye
Producer: Saul Ilson
Producer: George Sunga
Writer: Stan Burns


---"I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City"
---"Poli High"

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