​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​"The Tim Conway Show"
Episode: Season 1, Episode 1
Duration: 50 minutes
Premiered: September 30th, 1970 (ABC)

Episode Synopsis: Joan Crawford guest stars along with Dick Martin in a variety of comedy sketches. Tim Conway opens the show by introducing Joan and his other guest star, Dick Martin.
     In Joan's first sketch, she portrays "Lilian Abbot," a stage actress who is stuck with an enamored fan (Tim Conway) who doesn't want to leave her dressing room.​​​​ After trying several tactics including signing his autograph book and telling him she needs to change her clothes, she entices him to leave by having him follow a picture of herself out of the room. He sneaks back in for a moment to leave an autographed photo of himself.
     In Joan's next sketch, she's a passenger on the "Last ChooChoo To China." She, along with with her fellow passengers (Conway and Martin), are all attempting to find a passenger carrying either microfilm, the Klopman Diamond, or the Maltese Falcon.

     In closing, Tim Conway recites an antidote of when Joan sent him a congratulatory letter on the birth of his 6th child.

Production:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ This was the first episode of the show.
     Joan filmed her scenes for this program during the week of September 7th, 1970.​

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Screenshots of Joan's appearance in the episode.