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He moved to WDOD-Chattanooga in 1937 and stayed until 1941, when he joined the Navy.Campbell returned to WNOX after World War II, and added a Knoxville TV show called Country Playhouse in 1952.Campbell also devoted much time to charity work and his hobbies, painting and golf.Before commencing his career, he studied art for two years at Mars Hill College in North Carolina and sold many of his paintings later in life.Archie Campbell, nationally known comedian and country music artist, was born in Bulls Gap, a small railroad town in Hawkins County.He began his performing career on several Knoxville radio stations.
In 1969, the same year he was named Comedian of the Year by the Country Music Association, Campbell joined the cast of Hee Haw.
Another stint with RCA beginning in 1966 brought the Top 20 entry "The Men in My Little Girl's Life." Two other singles "The Dark End of the Street" and "Tell It like It Is" hit the Top 30 in 1968, but Campbell's chart activity declined after he joined Hee Haw in 1968.
He recorded several comedy/music albums, including Bull Session at Bull's Creek (with Junior Samples) and a self-titled album for Elektra in 1976.
He played a barber, a doctor, and a judge and was credited by fellow cast members as a major reason for the television show's longtime success.
Most remembered for his earthy humor, trademark cigar, and "spoonerisms," (fairy tales using mixed-up syllables), Campbell also achieved a successful musical career.If you are still on the page where the annoying ad was (or still is) displayed, then proceed to fill out this form.