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  • Life and Times Of The Cast of the Waltons: Cast members of the TV series 'The Waltons' are profiled, including Ralph Waite, Richard Thomas, John Walmsley, Mary McDonough and John Ritter. Also: memorable scenes are recalled. (TNN Special)
  • ABC Promo for the 1983 TV Series: "Oh, Madeline!"
  • Totally Animals 2: 60 minutes, John Ritter hosts this humorous glimpse into the world of wild creatures including three-toed sloths, underwater spiders and pygmy chimps. (CBS Special)
  • Audio Books:
  • White Fang (by Jack London) - on Dove Audio
  • Dave Barry's Guide to Guys - on Dove Audio
  • More of Dave Barry's Greatest Hits - on Dove Audio
  • Flight of the Reindeer (by Robert Sullivan) on Audio Literature (Flight of the Reindeer has a subtitle; The True Story of Santa Claus and his Christmas Mission)
  • Dave Barry's Worst Songs
  • Host: ORDINARY EXTRAORDINARY, a new entertainment special hosted by John Ritter and Leanza Cornett, celebrates the human spirt with inspirational stories and accounts of amazing feats accomplished by ordinary people, Friday, May 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
  • (Commercial, late 1999) Child Welfare League of America: The PSA Program of the L.A. Chapter of Women in Film recently donated over $200,000 in time, talent, and services to produce television, radio and print public service announcements for CWLA. The PSAs, featuring John Ritter, challenge businesses to help CWLA stop child abuse and neglect
  • 1993 (NBC) The 1st Annual Comedy Hall of Fame Awards. John Ritter, Jason Alexander, Milton Berle, Carol Burnett, George Burns, Walter Matthau, Paul Reiser, Red Skelton, Jonathan Winters, and more!
  • 1978 "The Mike Douglas Show" Co-host
  • John Ritter Performs: Jack and the Beanstalk, The Frog Prince, Traditional English Tales, It's an audio book by Select Sound Buys!
  • Entertainment Tonight Weekend: "Three's Company", aired 10/16 or 10/17/99, depended on location!
  • Inside Edition Episode: "Three's Company".
  • Hosted Saturday Night Live Episode in Fall of 1980.
  • The Life and Times of Tex Ritter (20 April 1999, TNN)
  • Host: Superfest: A Celebration of Ability (Ritter won an Emmy for hosting this special)
  • The National Driving Test (CBS)
  • "TV's Funniest Families: The Neighbors" as host (11/24/95)
  • The World's Greatest Magic III
  • History of Toys and Games
  • TV's Funniest Friends and Neighbors
  • Host: John Ritter: Being of Sound Mind and Body (Featured Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers) Weekend with the Stars (cohost with Joyce Dewitt)
  • Hosted: AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY TEST (50 min)
  • KINO'S STORYTIME - V. 1 (1995, 60 min, with Tom Selleck John Ritter Valerie Bertinelli Kim Karnsrithong)
  • Stage Works: "Love Letters", "The Unvarnished Truth", "The Glass Menagerie", "Forty Carats", "Butterflies are Free", "As you Like it", "The Tempest", and "Desire Under the Elms"
  • Stage Work: "The Dinner Party" (1999, with Henry Winkler and Veanne Cox, a new stage play being written by Neil Simon, Los Angeles, at the Mark Taper Theater, on December 2, 1999)
  • Interviewed: A&E Biography: Don Knotts (1/4/2000)
  • "CELEBRATING JULY 4TH, DISNEY STYLE"
  • "TV and motion picture star John Ritter joins Mickey Mouse in Disneyland and Minnie Mouse in Walt Disney World for a two-hour prime-time special, July 4 at 8 p.m. EDT/PDT on CBS. Music guests include Billy Ray Cyrus, Kris Kross, Shanice, Mary-Chapin Carpenter and Celine Dion." (Copyright 1992. The Walt Disney Company)
  • Interviewed: "A&E Biography: Henry Winkler" (First Aired: Monday June 19th, 2000)
  • "WAKE UP!" with Peter, John Ritter & Kidpower
  • Teaches abuse and abduction prevention skills to children and parents! Peter and his friend JOHN RITTER mix silliness with sing-alongs and the wisdom of Irene van der Zande and Timothy Dunphy from KIDPOWER! Includes: Wake Up!, Strut Your Stuff, Back-up!, Courage, Strangers, I Believe You, My Body, Baby Needs A Parent. VHS Color - Approx. 60 min. (Early 90's?)
  • Dinner Party - Kenndey Center in Washinton DC. (June 2000 - July 16th 2000) with John Ritter and Henry Winkler.
  • Headliners & Legends: Don Knotts (2000 MSNBC, Interviwed)
  • The Dinner Party: Broadway (Oct 2, 2000 to Jan ???, 2001)at the Music Box Theatre
  • "History in the Company of Children"
  • CBS special, "The Secret World of The Very Young"
  • Appeared on Larry King Live, CNN Showbiz, Rosie O'Donnell Show, The View, Live! With Regis! to talk about "The Dinner Party"
  • Mon Nov 20: Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, John Ritter presented an award to honorees
  • Voiceovers for Nick at Nite to promote Three's Company (Oct 2000)
  • Guest Voice on the Online Audio Series: "Seeing Eye Theatre Presents: Tales From the Crypt" EPISODE 8: BY THE FRIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON, played Sheriff Jim Thornton (Released online Jan 8, 2001 on www.scifi.com/set/tales)
  • On ABC's "The View", Friday Feb 23rd, talking about The Dinner Party on Broadway.
  • March 15th, 2001 appeared on CBS's "The Early Show" with Joyce DeWitt on Three's Company 24th Anniversary Reunion special.
  • On WCBS's "New York Live" on Tuesday Feb 27, 2001 talking about The Dinner Party.
  • Thursday March 22 (Actually Friday March 23 since Conan airs 12:35AM) John Ritter did a segment on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" called "Ritter Secrets" some of the funny (of course not true) secrets behind the set of Three's Company.
  • Hosted 1983 ABC special about Hollywood Homes.
  • (April 16, 2001) Co-host with Kelly on "LIVE! With Regis and Kelly". Regis was on a week vacation.
  • (April 20, 2001) Host of The Eleventh Annual James Beard Foundation Awards and Gala Reception at 5:30PM at The New York Marriott Marquis
  • Harry Anderson "The Tricks of His Trade" (CBS)
  • Best Actor for the Broadway play Dinner Party in the Theatre World Awards, May 2001.
  • Ritter and wife Amy Yasbeck hosted "A Sing-In For America" at Los Angeles' Wadsworth Theatre on Monday October 1st, 2001--a telethon for the victims of the September 11th, 2001 tragedy.
  • Audio Book: "Stargirl" [UNABRIDGED] by Jerry Spinelli, John Ritter (Narrator) (Audio Cassette - September 2001)
  • Audio Book: "The Paper Doorway : Funny Verse and Nothing Worse" [UNABRIDGED] by Dean R. Koontz, John Ritter (Narrator) (Audio Cassette - October 2001)
  • A 6-week run of the play "J for J" started March 17, 2002 at the Court Theatre, 722 North La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA.
  • 1979 special ABC Saturday Night: "Tomorrow's Stars" - a live talent show, with guest Dick Van Patten.
  • Hollywood Squares - Be My Valentine Week (couples edition), he and wife Amy Yasbeck shared a square, Feb 4-8, 2002.
  • (March 2002) : Plays The Son in "J for J" play by Jenny Sullivan and Barry Sullivan (Court Playhouse, Hollywood, California, USA).
  • Appeared on "The Other Half" (Taped Wed March 20, 2002) on Wed Mar 27, 2002, talking about the 25 years of Three's Company and his new play "J for J"
  • Earthquake Dos and Don'ts (12 Min. Title No. 6009)
  • John Forsythe, and more 120 minutes
  • John Ritter appeared on KTLA (8:37AM - 8:42AM) on Wednesday March 13, 2002 promoting "J for J"
  • John Ritter shows how pre-emergency planning for an earthquake can reduce panic and help save lives.
  • The Secret World of the Preschool Child, ABC 1982, starring John Ritter
  • "J for J" March 17 - April 21, 2002 at the Court Theatre, 722 North La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA.
  • The Singing Cowboys Ride Again (4 Emmys) One-hour syndicated entertainment tribute. Host, John Ritter. (1980)
  • Echoes Of The 60s - NBC 7/25/79 Special hosted by John Ritter and Suzanne Somers - 100 minutes
  • Tues., April 2, 2002 "Spotlight Awards." Music Center of Los Angeles' Student talent showcase. Hosted by John Ritter. Twelve finalists compete in six categories, chosen from 800 students throughout Southern California. Awards presentation followed by gala dinner. 7 p.m.
  • "Going Back Home" May 1984 ABC, John Ritter, Mr. T etc go back
  • Jaguar Sept 23, 2002
  • Appeared in Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party" on Broadway with friend Henry Winkler.
  • (July 14, 2012) John Ritter and Amy Yasbeck also played husband and wife on Wings.
  • (September 30, 1987) Guest on "Live on Five" promoting "Hooperman".
  • (1981) He acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "Battle of Angels," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Nancy Morgan and Jill O'Hara in the cast.
  • (July 15, 1985 - July 20, 1985) He acted in Richard Culliton's play, "A Place to Stay," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Lucie Arnaz in the cast.
  • (3/2/1984) The Johnny Carson Show - Guest
  • (September 27 to November 16, 1985) He acted in Royce Ryton's play, "The Unvarnished Truth," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with James Coco, Beth Howland, Dody Goodman and Paul Benedict in the cast. Robert Drivas was director.

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