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The Monkees - TV Season 1 Disc 1 DVD

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Scan submitted/created by [MisterKite]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Rhino Home Video
Reference :970127-1
Date :1966
Made In :USA
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :Disc 1 of the fantastic 6-disc box set of the complete first season of the Monkees TV show.
Total duration: 144

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1.
The Royal Flush(Directed By James Frawley)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Monkees
Jun 1966
Season 1, Episode 1
The Monkees
Filming Date: June 7-10, 1966
Original Air Date: Sept 12, 1966
Written by Peter Meyerson and Robert Schlitt
Directed by James Frawley

Sigmund - Vincent Beck
Bettina - Katherine Walsh
Chambermaid - Ceil Cabot
Otto - Theo Marcuse

The Monkees are hip to a plot endangering the life of The Princess Bettina, Duchess of Harmonica.

Songs:
“This Just Doesn’t Seem To Be My Day”(Boyce-Hart)
“Take A Giant Step” (Goffin-King)

Tag: The Monkees sit for a casual interview about their feelings of this show.

Note: An alternate print of “The Royal Flush” features a clip of The Monkees performing “Last Train To Clarksville” replacing the tag interview segment.
2.
Monkee See, Monkee Die(Directed By James Frawley)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Monkees
Jun 1966
Season 1, Episode 2
The Monkees
Filming Date: June 20-24, 1966
Original Air Date: Sept 19, 1966
Written by Treva Silverman
Directed by James Frawley

Mr. Babbitt - Henry Corden
Ellie - Stacey Maxwell
Ralph - Milton Parsons
Madame Roselle - Lea Marmer
Kingsley - Mark Harris
McQuinney - Oliver McGowan

The Monkees head for a creepy manor on a fog-shrouded island to learn about their inheritance.

Songs:
"Last Train To Clarksville" (Boyce-Hart)
"Tomorrow Is Another Day" (Boyce-Venet)

Note: Henry Corden makes his first of four appearances as the Monkees landlord (usually threatening to kick them out). He was a famed actor but mostly known for his voice over work in animated TV series. He was the voice of Fred Flintstone from 1977 to 2005.
3.
Monkee Versus Machine(Directed By Robert Rafelson)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Monkees
Jun 1966
Season 1, Episode 3
The Monkees
Filming Date: June 13-17, 1966
Original Air Date: Sept 26, 1966
Written by David Panich
Directed by Robert Rafelson

Guggins - Severn Darden
Pop Harper - Walter Janowitz
Miss Zuckerman - Dorothy Konrad
Secretary - Elaine Fielding
Daggart - Stan Freberg

The Monkees, once again in desperate need of rent money, go job hunting in a computerized toy factory.

Songs:
"Saturdays Child" (Gates)
"Last Train To Clarksville" (Boyce-Hart)

Note: “Monkee Versus Machine's” original synopsis from Screen Gems indicates a different ending in which the landlord phones The Monkees for the rent, infuriated about Peter's sending him a bunch of toys instead of a check!
4.
Your Friendly Neighborhood Kidnappers(Directed By James Frawley)
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TV
The Monkees
Jul 1966
Season 1, Episode 4
The Monkees
Filming Date: July 25-29, 1966
Original Air Date: Oct 3, 1966
Written by Dave Evans
Directed by James Frawley

Trump - Andre Philippe
George - Victor Tayback
Contest Manager - David Hull
Swine #1 - Ken Del Conte
Horace - Louis Quinn

The shady manager of a rival band sells The Monkees on a publicity stunt: a phony kidnapping.

Songs:
"Last Train To Clarksville" (Boyce-Hart)
"I’m Not Your Stepping Stone" (Boyce-Hart)

Tag: Michael Nesmith is interviewed about people from his past.

Note: The clarinet music you hear in this segment is actually the tune "Pennies from Heaven". It was composed and conducted by Johnny Burke and Arthur Johnston and sung by Bing Crosby in the 1936 Columbia Picture of the same name. (This same cue can be heard in Episode No. 10, “Here Come The Monkees” [Original Pilot Film], in which it is played by The Swedish Rhythm Kings.)
5.
The Spy Who Came In From The Cool(Directed By Robert Rafelson)
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TV
The Monkees
Jun 1966
Season 1, Episode 5
The Monkees
Filming Date: June 27-30, 1966
Original Air Date: Oct 10, 1966
Written by Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso
Directed by Robert Rafelson

The Chief - Booth Coleman
Midget - Billy Curtis
Genie - Arlene Charles
Yakimoto - Lee Kolima
Boris - Jacques Aubuchon
Madame - Arlene Martel
Honeywell - Don Penny

At a music store, foreign secret agents mistake The Monkees for their spy contacts.

Songs:
"The Kind Of Girl I Could Love" (Nesmith)
"I’m Not Your Stepping Stone" (Boyce-Hart)
"All The King’s Horses” (Nesmith)
"Saturday’s Child” (Gates)

Note: This was the first Monkees episode filmed in which, during The Monkees' musical sequences, Michael Nesmith can be seen with his trusty Gretsch 12-string guitar (one of 3 in existence; Chet Atkins and George Harrison being the proud owners of the other two). This was the guitar he would take with him on several of The Monkees' concert tours. Sadly, it was stolen from his workshop years later, but he utilized a rebuilt Gretsch for production on The Monkees' 11th album, 1996's JustUs. The Gretsch was one of two of Michael's most prized guitars - the other was The Black Beauty, his Gibson guitar with which he did the "Day Tripper"-influenced main riff for "Pleasant Valley Sunday" as well as further Monkees and First National Band work.
6.
The Success Story(Directed By James Frawley)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Monkees
Aug 1966
Season 1, Episode 6
The Monkees
Filming Dates: August 29-30, 1966
Original Air Date: Oct 17, 1966
Written by Gerald Gardner & Dee Caruso and Bernie Orenstein
Directed by James Frawley

Grandfather - Ben Wright
Messenger - Ray Ballard
Old Woman - Ceil Cabot
Rolls Owner - Donald Foster
Ice Cream Man - Charles Callas

David's grandfather is coming for a visit, so the boys conspire to make David rich and successful.

Songs:
"I Want To Be Free" (Boyce-Hart)
"Sweet Young Thing" (Nesmith-Goffin-King)

Tag: David Jones is interviewed about his first trip back to England since the series' debut. At the end of the the one-minute short interview, Micky turns to the camera and says, "Tune in next week, ladies and gentlemen, when we're another minute short--!". Ironically, in the next episode, “The Monkees In A Ghost Town”, they were!

Note: The late Ben Wright (Grandfather) voiced several Disney movie characters, including Roger Radcliffe in 101 Dalmatians (1961), a Wolf in The Jungle Book (1967), and Grimsby in The Little Mermaid (1989). Wright was best known for playing many supporting and leading roles in radio, including Sherlock Holmes from Sept. 1949 to June 1960, and Tulku, faithful Tibetan aide to The Green Llama in summer 1949. Wright was also notable for a great many guest shots in both the 1958-60 CBS Radio and 1957-63 CBS-TV versions of the Western Have Gun Will Travel, and Hogan's Heroes.
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Reviews

Review by: sotetOn 16 Jan 2006 at 03:08 CEST
Davy's charming commentary on The Royal Flush is great on this Too bad Dolenz was not able to add commentary, but you get Peter, Mike, director's commentary and Bobby Hart.

This set is essential for Monkee fanatics.


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Filename: Monkees_TV_S1D1
Originally filled by: YappaBarra
Date of creation: 05 Jan 2006 17:04:01
Last filled by: Rob G.
Last Revision Date : 24 Jun 2014 17:11:26
Online on : 11 Jan 2006
Type of media: Official DVD


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