The Monkees Specials

Specials

The Monkees Specials

First Air Date: January 01, 0001

First Aired on    :   1
Episodes    :   19 episodes



Episodes

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0x19 We Love The Monkees (July 12, 2012)


A look back at the story of Davy Jones and The Monkees.


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0x18 The Monkees - E-True Hollywood Story (August 01, 1999)



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0x17 Hey, Hey We're the Monkees (January 22, 1997)


Through brand new interviews and vintage film footage including the TV series, concert tours and their pioneering music videos, all four Monkees provide insightful recollections of Monkeemania - before - during and after. With a special appearance by the late great Frank Zappa, Hey Hey We're The Monkees also includes original screen tests, outtakes, TV commercials, and rare photos of the band who continue to tour the world to this day.


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0x16 Hey, Hey, It's The Monkees (February 17, 1997)


An hour-long special that aired on ABC finds Davy, Micky, Peter, and Mike looking back on the old days (with a medley of their hits) and promoting their 1996 CD "Justus" with 3 music videos from it.


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0x15 Making The Monkees (January 01, 0001)



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0x14 Interview with Ruth Buzzie (January 01, 0001)



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0x13 Interview with Coslough Johnson (January 01, 0001)



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0x12 Interview with Butch Patrick (January 01, 0001)



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0x11 Interview with Billie Hayes (January 01, 0001)



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0x10 Touch Tone Symphony (May 02, 1969)


A sketch from The Monkees appearance on the Glenn Campbell Goodtime Hour


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0x09 Secret Agent Sketch (May 02, 1969)


A sketch from The Monkees appearance on the Glenn Campbell Goodtime Hour


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0x08 The Monkees In NYC (June 07, 1967)


Footage of The Monkees from NBC News


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0x07 Vintage Monkees Kelloggs Commercials (January 01, 0001)


A selection of commercials originally aired during the NBC run of The Monkees


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0x06 Interview With Editor Jerry Shepard (January 01, 0001)



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0x05 Interview With Bobby Hart (January 01, 0001)



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0x04 Ending Credits (September 12, 1966)



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0x03 Opening Credits (September 12, 1966)



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0x02 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee (April 14, 1969)


33⅓ Revolutions Per Monkee" is the name of a rarely-seen special starring The Monkees that aired on NBC on April 14, 1969 Charles Darwin the famous evolutionist takes The Monkees through various stages of evolution until they are ready to brainwash the world via commercial exploitation. Hatched in giant test tubes, the four are stripped of all personal identity and names: Micky Dolenz becomes Monkee #1, Peter Tork becomes Monkee #2, Mike Nesmith Monkee #3, and Davy Jones Monkee #4. Each Monkee attempts to regain his stripped personal identity by thinking his way out of captivity into his own world of fantasies. Monkee #1 (Micky) performs an R&B up-tempo duet remake of "I'm A Believer" with Julie Driscoll; Monkee #2 (Peter) reclines on a giant cushion in eastern garb and, to the lilting backing of sitar and tabla, performs "I Prithee (Do Not Ask For Love)," a gentle number concerning spiritual values. Monkee #3 (Mike), in an inventive split screen number, sings a country tune, "Naked Persimmon (The Only Thing I Believe Is True)"; and Monkee #4 (Davy) capers about in short pants and frill collar in fairytal


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0x01 Here Come The Monkees (Pilot) (January 01, 0001)


The original 16MM version of the pilot episode of Here Come The Monkees.




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