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  • Nov 18, 1970
    The Gregory Peck/Tuesday Weld movie "I Walk The Line" debuts in New York, featuring music by Johnny Cash. Among the Cash contributions: "Flesh And Blood" and the title track
    Nov 18, 1970
    Maybelle and Sara Carter perform "You Are My Flower" on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show." Cash and Mama Cass Elliot cover "Act Naturally." Also aboard are The Statler Brothers, Lorne Greene and Kris Kristofferson, who sings "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" and "Sunday Morning Coming Down"
    Nov 25, 1970
    Glen Campbell makes his third guest appearance on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," performing "Wichita Lineman." Cash does a version of Merle Haggard's "Workin' Man Blues"
    Nov 29, 1970
    NBC's "Swing Out, Sweet Land" honors the locomotive's place in American culture. The television special features John Wayne, Johnny Cash, Lucille Ball, Glen Campbell, Lorne Greene, Dean Martin, George Burns, Rick Nelson, Roy Clark, Bing Crosby and Michael Landon
    Dec 2, 1970
    Merle Haggard sings "Sidewalks Of Chicago" on "The Johnny Cash Show," which also features Bonnie Owens, Homer & Jethro and Anne Murray, who does "Snowbird." Haggard, Cash, Owens, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers join voices on "Sing Me Back Home"
    Dec 4, 1970
    A 24-year-old bread truck driver attends a court hearing in Nashville, where he's been charged with extortion after allegedly threatening to harm Johnny Cash's family unless he received $200,000
    Dec 4, 1970
    Johnny Cash headlines at New York's prestigious Madison Square Garden with band member Carl Perkins. The set includes recent hits "Folsom Prison Blues," "A Boy Named Sue" and "Daddy Sang Bass"
    Dec 16, 1970
    Trumpet player Al Hirt appears on ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show," joining the Man In Black for "I Walk The Line." Other guests include Hank Snow, Jackie DeShannon and Homer & Jethro. Cash also performs "A Thing Called Love"
    Dec 19, 1970
    "The Johnny Cash Show" goes to #1 on the Billboard country albums chart
    Dec 23, 1970
    Seven-month-old John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny Cash and June Carter, has his network TV debut on a Christmas edition of "The Johnny Cash Show" with The Everly Brothers, George Gobel, Minnie Pearl, Tommy Cash and Roy Orbison, who sings "Pretty Paper." The Man In Black covers "I Never Picked Cotton"

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