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First Season

1. Royal Flush (9-12-66)

Davy and the boys save the Princess of Harmonica from her evil Uncle Otto.

Written by: Peter Meyerson and Robert Schlitt

Directed by: James Frawley


 

2. Monkee See, Monkee Die (9-19-66)

The Monkees venture into a haunted mansion to claim their inheritance.

Written by: Treva Silverman

Directed by: James Frawley


 

3. Monkee vs. Machine (9-26-66)

The Monkees disguise themselves as kids to save a toymaker's job. Stan Freberg makes a rare appearance.

Written by: David Panich

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

4. Your Friendly Neighborhood Kidnappers (10-3-66)

Nick Trump, the manager of the rival Four Swines, tricks the Monkees with a series of publicity stunts.

Written by: Dave Evans

Directed by: James Frawley


 

5. The Spy Who Came In From The Cool (10-10-66)

Davy buys a pair of maracas with microfilm hidden in them, setting off a madcap espionage caper.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

6. The Success Story (10-17-66)

Mike, Peter and Micky help Davy look like a millionaire to impress his visiting grandfather.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Bernie Orenstein

Directed by: James Frawley


 

7. Monkees In A Ghost Town (10-24-66)

Trapped in a ghost town, the Monkees are captured by gangsters. Lon Chaney, Jr. makes a guest appearance.

Written by: Robert Schlitt and Peter Meyerson

Directed by: James Frawley


 

8. Gift Horse (10-31-66)

The Monkees take up farming to save a little boy's horse. Nesmith's 'All The King's Men" (never released) is featured.

Written by: Dave Evans

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

9. The Chaperone (11-7-66)

Micky dresses in drag to pose as a chaperone for Davy's date to the Monkees' party.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Bruce Kessler


 

10. The Monkees (Pilot) (11-14-66)

When Davy falls for the hostess of a sweet-sixteen party, madness ensues. Paul Mazursky makes a cameo appearance.Segments of Nesmith and Jones' screen tests fill out the episode.

Written by: Paul Mazursky and Larry Tucker

Directed by: Mike Elliot


11. Monkees A La Carte (11-21-66)

The boys, disguised as the Purple Flower Gang, thwart a gangster who has taken over Pop's Restaurant.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Bernie Orenstein

Directed by: Jim Frawley


 

12. Got A Little Song Here (11-28-66)

The Monkees seek revenge from a phony music publisher who swindled Mike.

Written by: Treva Silverman

Directed by: Bruce Kessler


 

13. One Man Shy (12-5-66)

The boys help a bashful Peter win the heart of a pretty debutante.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Treva Silverman

Directed by: James Frawley


 

14. Dance, Monkees, Dance (12-12-66)

The Monkees try to twist themselves out of a lifetime contract for dance lessons.

Written by: Bernie Orenstein

Directed by: James Frawley


 

15. Too Many Girls (12-19-66)

A scheming stage mother tries to use Davy to further her daughter's career. Includes Nesmith's parody of "Different Drum."

Written by: Dave Evans, Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: James Frawley


 

16. Son Of Gypsy (2-26-66)

Threatened with torture, the Monkees steal a priceless statue for a band of gypsies.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Treva Silverman

Directed by: James Frawley


 

17. Case Of The Missing Monkee (1-9-67)

The boys foil the abduction of Peter and a nuclear scientist.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

18. I Was A Teenage Monster (1-16-67)

A mad scientist transfers the Monkees' musical prowess into the body of a monster.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Dave Evans

Directed by: Sidney Miller


 

19. Find The Monkees (1-23-67)

A TV producer searches for the Monkees, who have tried unsuccessfully to audition for his show.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Richard Nunis


 

20. Monkees In The Ring (1-30-67)

A crooked boxing promoter tries to con Davy into a fixed fight until the Monkees swing into action.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: James Frawley


 

21. The Prince And The Pauper (2-6-67)

Davy doubles for a prince to save his throne. Rodney Bingenheimer appears as Davy's double.

Written by: Peter Meyerson

Directed by: James Komack


 

22. Monkees At The Circus (2-13-67)

The Monkees walk the tightrope to save a small circus from folding.

Written by: David Panich

Directed by: Bruce Kessler


 

23. Captain Crocodile (2-20-67)

The host of a kiddie TV show sabotages the Monkees' appearance out of jealousy.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: James Frawley


 

24. Monkees A La Mode (2-27-67)

The Monkees receive an award from Style Magazine but can't live up to their image of grace, chic and gentility.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

25. Alias Micky Dolenz (3-6-67)

Micky's resemblance to Baby Face Morales involves the Monkees with the mob.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Bruce Kessler


 

26. Monkee Chow Mein (3-13-67)

Peter opens the wrong fortune cookie and suddenly the Monkees must battle the evil Dragonman.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: James Frawley


 

27. Monkee Mother (3-20-67)

Rose Marie makes an appearance as the Monkees' new tenant, who moves in when the boys can't make the rent.

Written by: Peter Meyerson and Bob Schlitt

Directed by: James Frawley


 

28. Monkees On The Line (3-27-67)

The Monkees cause a Tot of hang-ups when they take over a telephone answering service.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Coslough Johnson

Directed by: James Frawley


 

29. Monkees Get Out More Dirt (4-3-67)

The Monkees compete with each other to win the favor of April Conquest. Features the unreleased song "Steam Engine."

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Gerald Shepard


 

30. Monkees Manhattan Style (4-10-67)

The Monkees save a Broadway producer from bankruptcy.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Russell Mayberry


 

31. Monkees At The Movies (4-17-67)

Bobby Sherman makes an appearance as a spoiled movie star who is replaced by Davy.

Written by: Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso

Directed by: Russell Mayberry


 

32. Monkees On Tour (4-24-67)

A documentary look at the behind-the-scene madness of a Monkees concert in Phoenix. Includes some exciting but barely audible live footage.

Written by: Bob Rafelson

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

Second Season (1967-68):

 

33. A Nice Place To Visit (9-11-67)

Bandits capture Davy after falling for El Diablo's girlfriend. Godfrey Cambridge makes a cameo appearance.

Written by: Treva Silverman

Directed by: James Frawley


 

34. The Picture Frame (9-18-67)

The Monkees unwittingly rob a bank thinking that they are making a movie.

Written by: Jack Winter

Directed by: James Frawley


 

35. Everywhere A Sheik Sheik (9-25-67)

To avoid a man she detests, a beautiful Princess tries to marry Davy.

Written by: Jack Winter

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

36. Monkee Mayor (10-2-67)

Mike runs for mayor to prevent corrupt politicians from turning the city into parking lots.

Written by: Jack Winter

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

37. Art, For Monkees Sake (10-9-67)

Liberace makes a cameo in this episode about art thieves who switch Peter's paintings for original masterpieces.

Written by: Coslough Johnson

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

38. 99 Pound Weakling (10-16-67)

Micky flexes his muscles to win away Brenda from her boyfriend Bulk.

Written by: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso and Neil Burstyn

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

39. Hillbilly Honeymoon (10-23-67)

A girl's amorous intentions for Davy set off a hillbilly feud with the Monkees in the middle.

Written by: Peter Meyerson

Directed by: James Frawley


 

40. Monkees Marooned (10-30-67)

Peter swaps his guitar for Bluebeard's treasure map, setting off a wacky jungle adventure.

Written by: Stanley Ralph Ross

Directed by: James Frawley


 

41. Card Carrying Red Shoes (11-6-67)

A Russian ballet dancer falls for Peter, involving the Monkees in a spy ring.

Written by: Lee Sanford

Directed by: James Frawley


 

42. Wild Monkees (11-13-67)

The boys don leather jackets and motorcycles to compete with a tough gang of hoods.

Written by: Stanley Ralph Ross and Corey Upton

Directed by: Jon C. Andersen


 

43. A Coffin Too Frequent (11-20-67)

Ruth Buzzi appears in this episode about a séance in the Monkees' pad.

Written by: Stella Linden

Directed by: David Winters


 

44. Hitting The High Seas (11-27-67)

The Monkees sign on as seamen only to find out their captain plans to hijack the Queen Elizabeth.

Written by: Jack Winter

Directed by: James Frawley


 

45. Monkees In Texas (12-4-67)

The boys fight off Black Bart from the ranch of Mike's Aunt Kate.

Written by: Jack Winter

Directed by: James Frawley


 

46. Monkees On The Wheel (12-11-67)

Rip Taylor appears as the Monkees fight the mob after breaking the bank in Las Vegas.

Written by: Coslough Johnson

Directed by: Jerry Sheppard


 

47. Monkees Christmas Show (12-25-67)

The boys try to cheer a cynical boy (Butch Patrick of Munsters fame) during Christmas. "Riu Chi," a traditional Latin Christmas carol, is performed.

Written by: Dave Evans and Neil Burstyn

Directed by: Jon Andersen


 

48. Fairy Tale (1-8-68)

The Monkees spoof fairy tales. Mike is a cobbler, Micky a blacksmith, Davy a tailor and Peter a bum.

Written by: Peter Meyerson

Directed by: James Frawley


 

49. Monkees Watch Their Feet (145-68)

Aliens from Planet Spritz make a clone of Micky for espionage purposes. Pat Paulsen appears.

Written by: Coslough Johnson

Directed by: Alex Singer


 

50. The Monstrous Monkee Mash (1-22-68)

Davy's amorous desires involve the boys with Dracula, Wolf Man and Frankenstein.

Written by: Neil Burstyn and David Panich

Directed by: James Frawley


 

51. The Monkees Paw (1-29-68)

A good luck charm brings nothing but bad luck to the Monkees.

Written by: Coslough Johnson

Directed by: James Frawley


 

52. The Devil And Peter Tork (2-5-68)

Peter sells his soul to the devil for a harp, but Mike wins it back in court.

Written by: Robert Kaufman

Directed by: James Frawley


 

53. Monkees Race Again (2-12-68)

Davy races the Monkeemobile to help out a driver whose car was sabotaged by the Baron and his Clutzmobile.

Written by: Dave Evans, Elias Davis and David Pollock

Directed by: James Frawley


 

54. Monkees in Paris (2-19-68)

Frustrated by the same old scripts, the Monkees shine off to Paris, where they are chased by four crazed teenyboppers.

Written by: Bob Rafelson

Directed by: Bob Rafelson


 

55. The Monkees Mind Their Manor (2-26-68)

Davy inherits a castle in England but must win a duel before claiming it. Tork directs.

Written by: Coslough Johnson

Directed by: Peter H. Thorkelson


 

56. Some Like It Lukewarm (3-4-68)

To enter a band contest, Davy dresses in drag. Charlie Smalls performs with Davy in the final minutes.

Written by: Joel Kane and Stanley Z. Cherry

Directed by: James Frawley


 

57. Monkees Blow Their Minds (3-11-68)

The Monkees turn the tables on a hypnotist, who thinks they are under his spell. Frank Zappa and Burgess Meredith appear.

Written by: Peter Meyerson

Directed by: David Winters


 

58. Mijacogeo (3-25-68)

Final episode in which the boys encounter a pulsing eye that freezes people to their TV sets. Dolenz directs. Tim Buckley guest stars.

Written by: Jon Anderson and Micky Dolenz

Directed by: Micky Dolenz

Produced by: Ward Sylvester


 

Head (premiere: 11-6-68)

Running time: 86 minutes

Starring:           The Monkees

Annette Funicello

Victor Mature

Carol Doda

Ten Garr

Sonny Liston

Timothy Carey

Frank Zappa

                                                     Written by: Bob Rafelson and Jack Nicholson

                                                     Directed by: Bob Rafelson

                                                     Produced by: Bob Rafelson and Jack Nicholson

                                                     Executive Producer: Bert Schneider

                                                     Assistant Director: Jon Anderson 

Choreographer: Toni Basil

Music Coordinator: Igo Kantor

A Raybert Production presented by Columbia Pictures


 

33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee (4-14-69)

Featuring: The Monkees

Julie Driscoll

Brian Auger and The Trinitv

Fats Domino

Jerry Lee Lewis

Little Richard

The Clara Ward Singers

The Buddy Miles Express

The Jaime Rogers Dancers

Written by: Jack Good and Art Fisher

Directed by: Art Fisher

Produced by: Jack Good

Conceived by: Jack Good

Executive Producer: Ward Sylvester

Assistant Producer: Gene Marcione

             Choreographer: Jaime Rogers

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