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  Newhart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newhart is a television situation comedy that aired on the CBS network from 1982 to 1990.
The show starred comedian Bob Newhart as Dick Loudon, an author of do-it-yourself books who moved from New York City to the town of Norwich, Vermont (with location shots filmed at The Waybury Inn in Middlebury, Vermont).
Bob Hartley tells Emily that in the dream he lived in a weird Vermont town with weird people: a snobbish maid and her alliterative husband, a dense handyman, and three eccentric woodsmen, two of whom were mute.
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 The Bob Newhart Show - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The show divided most of its action between the character's home life and work, with Suzanne Pleshette playing Hartley's sarcastic wife Emily, and his neighbor, inept airline navigator Howard Borden, played by Bill Daily.
Newhart was nominated for Golden Globes as "Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy" in 1975 and 1976.
Newhart and Pleshette reprised their roles from the show for the surreal ending of his later series Newhart in 1990 and again as hosts for a segment of the CBS Television Fiftieth Anniversary broadcast.
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 ipedia.com: Bob Newhart Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Newhart, a former accountant, began his comedy career as a popular stand up comedian in the 1950s.
When the show went off the air in 1990, it ended with a surreal episode where Newhart wakes up in the morning on the set of his 1970s show and realizes that the entire Newhart series had been a dream.
The two were married on January 12, 1964 and have four children together, although Newhart has an informal rule that he never be a father of a young child in his television shows.
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 The Bob Newhart Show - Nostalgia Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The show was part of a highly rated Saturday night of adult comedies on CBS in the USA and was produced by the same creative team as The Mary Tyler Moore Show (which was also part of the winning line-up).
Howard was engaged for a time to Bob's sister Ellen, a newspaper reporter, but she went out of his life and off the show when she moved to Cleveland for a better job (and after she had a flirtation with Howard's visiting brother, game warden Gordon Borden).
Newhart reprised Dr. Bob Hartley on a Saturday Night Live segment in the 1990s, with Hartley being the only voice of reason on a talk-show panel.
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 Bob Newhart - The Bob Newhart Show
Bob Hartley was a successful Chicago psychologist who lived in a high-rise apartment with his wife Emily, an elementary school teacher.
Bob was a very low-key fellow, which was handy at the office but did not always prove effective in dealings with his wife and friends.
In addition to treating his patients individually, Bob was a firm believer in group therapy, and his patients interacted in various groups in hilarious behavior.
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 The Bob Newhart Show/ Newhart
The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart are both prime examples of the ensemble comedy that came into vogue in U.S. television during the 1970s and enjoyed continued popularity in the 1980s and 1990s.
The two shows had much else in common (in addition to their star, Bob Newhart); both had sharp writing, well-drawn characters, and a distinctive style of humor that was intelligent and sophisticated, yet just a bit off the wall.
When Newhart retired the show--by choice--he expressed misgivings about the direction of situation comedy as the 1970s gave way to the 1980s; broad physical comedy and obvious jokes seemed to be pushing out wit and sophistication.
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 The Bob Newhart Show
The Bob Newhart Show is a classic TV sitcom that depicts Bob Hartley, the quirky but well-adjusted Chicago psychologist who is surrounded by a society of very odd characters, including a parade of basket-cases for patients.
The Bob Newhart Show is often low comedy, reflecting the basic ethos of the sitcom: I'm okay; You are totally bizarre.
Bob Newhart went on to star in Newhart, a re-creation of The Bob Newhart Show, with Bob as Dick Loudon, the proprietor of a Vermont inn and a writer of how-to books (a nice comic touch) who is once again surrounded by lovable crazies lost in their own strangeness.
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 The Bob Newhart Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob Newhart is probably the most underrated comedian out there and one of the few who was able to make a successful transition from stand-up to sitcom.
Who can watch Bob Newhart in anything and not laugh?His costars were great in their roles and were meant to be the crazy world that the sane Bob lived in,but somehow Bob was still funnier.This is one of the few shows you laugh out loud at while watching.Thanks Bob.
Bob and Emily never had kids (thank God, it would have wrecked the show) and seemed like the kind of couple that was becoming more common in the 70s: an independent wife who didn't have to play games with her husband.
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 "The Bob Newhart Show" (1972)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Trivia: Suzanne Pleshette was cast after she appeared by accident on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) seated next to Bob Newhart.
While I love Bob Newhart himself, I believe my favorite episode was one in which he had only a cameo appearance, phoning home from a convention somewhere.
They spied on the two in a restaurant and the scene was possibly the most hilarious in the show's run, as Jerry wore a ridiculous fake glasses/nose combo and Howard could never seem to recognize him.
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 The Bob Newhart Show TV Show - The Bob Newhart Show Television Show - TV.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Bob Newhart Show was part of CBS' highly successful Saturday night lineup which also featured The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Carol Burnett Show and All in the Family.
Another connection to The Mary Tyler Moore Show was that The Bob Newhart Show was produced by the same team that made that series a success.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show first aired in September of 1970 and was a breakthrough of sorts with women's liberation.
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 The Bob Newhart Show (series)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The show was tailor-made for Newhart, giving him ample opportunity to use the telephone routines that were the trademark of his stand-up act.
But Newhart proved to show some surprising range as an actor, though his dead-pan reactions/delivery is in full force for most of the series.
Newhart is surrounded by capable actors, though the sum doesn't not necessarily make for a cohesive whole: Pleshette has always been a good actress, but as a couple the pair lacks chemistry (and Pleshette seems like an awfully brittle partner for Newhart), and Bonerz is pretty much as blank as Bob's best friend.
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 Bob Newhart on Television
The Bob Newhart Show is reknown for its warm sense of humor, Bob's ethical high standards guiding the show at a time in America when humor was becoming XXX-rated, and one of the finest casts of feature players on television, according to television critics and historians to this day.
The Bob Newhart show was the product of the same creative team that had earlier produced "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and there are many similarities between the humor of the two shows.
The show was repeatedly nominated for the Emmy Aaward.
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 : The Bob Newhart Show - The Complete First Season - DVD film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob Newhart played "Dr. Robert Hartley", a psychologist who is married to a well-educated proper woman, "Emily" (Suzanne Pleshette).
During Bob newhart's second hit tv series, "Newhart", their was a "surprise" scene in the last episode of "Newhart" that aired, May 21, 1990.
Bob Newhart's dry humor and deadpan style create many jocular moments during this 24-episode rookie season of Bob's self-titled CBS television series (which aired during the 1972-1973 TV season).
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 Bob Newhart Web Site
While the show will not air until March 16th, 2005, the loyal fans of the website will enjoy some of the personal shots from the TVLand 2005 show before it airs.
The Icon Award is for a show that is both universally and critically embraced- which The Bob Newhart Show clearly is. The entire cast of the Bob Newhart Show will be there to receive this honor.
Bob appeared on "The Tonight Show" (or as many referred to it "The Carson Show" or just "Carson") 87 times as well as filling in for Johnny as a guest host.
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 The Bob Newhart Show (1972)
Two of the Hartley's neighbors were Howard Borden, a divorced commerical airline pilot who had an annoying habit of barging into their apartment without knocking and Margaret Hoover, a friend of Emily's.
Bob's sister Ellen lived with him and Emily for a short time and at one point, almost married Howard.
Bob was a very low-key guy, which was good at the office but did not always prove effective in dealing with his wife and friends.
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 The Bob Newhart Show: The Complete First Season | PopMatters Television Review
His The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart was the first comedy album to chart at #1, he's the only comedian to win a Best New Artist Grammy, and he's had two successful sitcoms over the course of twenty years.
Bob's wife Emily (Suzanne Pleshette) is afraid of flying, his secretary Carol (Marcia Wallace) is afraid of being single, and his friend Jerry (Peter Bonerz) is afraid of growing older.
Bob and Emily have practically adopted him as their overgrown son, and his friendship with Bob forms the most complex relationship of the series.
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 The Bob Newhart Show TV Show
The Bob Newhart Show was a comedy series about a psychologist's strange relationships with patients, friends, and family.
During those years, Bob Newhart starred in another hit series titled, "Newhart (1982)" In that series, he played the part of a Vermont Innkeeper married to a woman whose part was portrayed by actress Mary Frann.
Bob answers her by saying that he had a dream about being an Innkeeper in Vermont.
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 Crossover: "The Bob Newhart Show" and "Newhart"
But while the Newhart series finale was the most famous crossover between these shows, it was only one of three times these shows bounced against each other.
Newhart, now clearly Dr. Bob Hartley, starts to tell Emily about the strange dream he has just had - where he was an Inn Keeper in Vermont.
Now one of the long running bits on the Bob Newhart Show was a series of gags centering on the elevators in Bob's office building.
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 Blogcritics.org: The Bob Newhart Show: The Complete First Season   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob Newhart became a comedian in the early 1960s and skyrocketed to prominence by being the first to fully exploit the comedy album.
Bob's act was extrapolated into the very funny The Bob Newhart Show, which ran for six seasons.
The 1973-74 roster for Saturday evening on CBS was All in the Family, M*A*S*H, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, and concluded with The Carol Burnett Show.
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 The Bob Newhart Show News
The Bob Newhart Show News continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Newhart and Tom Poston in 'The Bob Newhart Show,' 1977 "...STARRING BOB NEWHART" Here's just a partial list of Bob Newhart's TV show and movie credits.
Talking to Bob Newhart on the telephone, he sounds just the way he did 30 years ago when he starred in his first eponymous hit sitcom - the soft-spoken voice, the trademark stammering, the genuine warmth.
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 Amazon.com: The Bob Newhart Show - The Complete First Season: DVD: Bob Newhart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob's facial expression (or should I say lack of one) tells us that something funny is about to happen.
Bob Newhart as Dr. Robert (Bob) Hartley, Bill Daily as Howard Borden, Peter Bonerz as Dr. Jerry Robinson, Marcia Wallace as Carol Kester Bondurant, Jack Riley as Elliot Carlin, Florida Friebus as Mrs.
The office building where Bob's office is located, according to the outside shots on the show, was at that time the Bay Federal Bank Building on Michigan Avenue.
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 tvdvdreviews.com -- TV Bookshelf
Special attention is also given to kids' shows of the '50s and '60s (including Andy's Gang, Captain Kangaroo, and Gigglesnort Hotel) and variety shows of the '70s (including The Richard Pryor Show).
Glued to the Set: The 60 Television Shows and Events That Made Us Who We Are Today by Steven D. Stark: In this must-have book, author Stark picks 60 TV shows that changed us for better and for worse.
Each show is given a written history and a complete episode guide, including episode numbers, original airdates, writers, directors, guest stars, and plot synopses.
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 : The Bob Newhart Show - The Complete First Season - DVD film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Among Bob's hilarious group-therapy patients, the miserable misanthrope Mr.
The Bob Newhart Show seems cheesy with poor acting.
Bob Newhart Show - complete 1st season - double sided, will "play all" (memory), with 1/64" disc name on one side in the inner DVD non data ring.
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 Peter Brown: Bob Newhart Show
The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978), now a Nick at Nite staple, was part of CBS's popular Saturday night comedy block in the early and mid-70's.
It was paired with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and followed for most of its run by "The Carol Burnett Show." "Tennis, Emily?" was the third episode.
Although Nick shows like this one are too mainstream for a Thursday NiteOwl screening where we watch more hard to find stuff; we all remembered it as one of our favorites in a series with dozens of great episodes.
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 "The Bob Newhart Show" Resource Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Trivia: The office building where Bobs office is located, according to the outside shots on the show, was at that time the Bay Federal Bank Building on Michigan Avenue.
Say "Hi, Bob" to Chicago psychologist Bob Hartley (Bob Newhart), his teacher wife Emily (Suzanne Pleshette), next-door neighbor Howard (Bill Daily), and Bob's list of hapless patients with this six-tape boxed collection featuring 12 (two per season) of the funniest episodes from Newhart's popular 1972-1978 CBS sitcom.
From a memorable Thanksgiving mess to a near-death experience, some of the greatest "Bob Newhart Show" episodes spotlighting the master of comedic understatement have been gathered in a two-tape set.
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 MTV.com - Movies - Bob Newhart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Bob Newhart Show: Birth of a Salesman
The Bob Newhart Show: Death of a Fruitman
The Bob Newhart Show: Emily In for Carol
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 Bob Newhart Show - Pazsaz Entertainment Network
The Bob Newhart Show premiered on September 16, 1972.
The series is about Bob Hartley, a Chicago psychologist and his wife Emily, a school teacher.
Bob's firiends include Bill Daily, as divorced neighbor, orthodontist Jerry Robinson, and his receptionist Carol Kester Bondurant.
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 Crossover: "The Bob Newhart Show" and "St. Elsewhere"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
For years Dr. Bob Hartley on the Bob Newhart Show treated grouchy Mr.
But as his stint on the show went on, more and more comments were made that made very clear that this was supposed to be the same character.
In that case the Newhart show was the dream of Bob Newhart's character from the Bob Newhart show who was in turn only a character in an autistic kid's head.
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