The Alan Hamel Show was a Canadian talk show that featured an opening comedic monologue by Alan followed by famous guests to talk with.
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 Himself - Guest Host / ... 7 episodes, 1977-1979
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Brian Linehan ...
 Himself / ... 5 episodes, 1976-1980
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Stan Kann ...
 Himself / ... 5 episodes, 1976-1979
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 Herself - Guest 4 episodes, 1976-1978
Pete Barbutti ...
Ray Griff ...
Lee Horwin ...
Mary MacGregor ...
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Sidney Katz ...
Johnny Dark ...
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 Herself - Guest 3 episodes, 1977-1979
Mike Neun ...
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 Herself - Guest 3 episodes, 1977-1979
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Trooper ...
Kelly Garrett ...
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John Allan Cameron ...
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Kelly Monteith ...
Blake Emmons ...
Marek Norman ...
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 Herself - Guest 2 episodes, 1977-1979
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Shirley Eikhard ...
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George Miller ...
Laurence J. Peter ...
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 Herself - Guest 2 episodes, 1977-1978
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Dinah Christie ...
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Paul Christopher ...
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Bruno Gerussi ...
Jim Perry ...
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Kareen Zebroff ...
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Marc Jordan ...
Adam Mitchell ...
Ian Tyson ...
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Nicole Morin ...
Rosemary Radcliffe ...
Craig Russell ...
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The Alan Hamel Show was a Canadian talk show that featured an opening comedic monologue by Alan followed by famous guests to talk with.

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20 September 1976 (Canada)  »

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Followed by The Alan Thicke Show (1980) See more »

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