1969 TV Series – Room 222

Room 222 is an American comedy-drama television series produced by 20th Century Fox Television that aired on ABC for 112 episodes from September 17, 1969, until January 11, 1974. The show was broadcast on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 (EST) for its first two seasons before settling into its best-remembered time slot of Friday evenings at 9:00, following The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family, and preceding The Odd Couple and Love, American Style.

In 1970, Room 222 earned the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Series, while Michael Constantine and Karen Valentine won for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, respectively.


BassCarol Kaye
DrumsEarl Palmer
Acoustic GuitarTommy Tedesco
PianoJack Latimer
KeyboardsMichael Hepburn
FugelhornGraham Young
RecorderShirley Marcus
PercussionRichard Cornell
PercussionVictor Feldman
PercussionHal Rees
PercussionJerry Williams


Basses: Edward Gilbert, Milton Kestenbaum, Abraham Luboff, Peter Mercurio, Reinie Press, Mike Rubin, Philip Stephens
Celli: Margaret Aue Van Wyck, Joseph Coppin, Joseph DiTullio, Igor Horoshevsky, Dennis Karmazyn, Raymond Kelley, Ray Kramer, Lucien Laporte, Kurt Reher, Frederick Seykora
Violas: Myer Bello, Alvin Dinkin, Allan Harshman, Alex Neiman, Robert Ostrowsky, Sven Reher, Joseph Reilich
Violins: Israel Baker, Blanche Belnick, George Berres, Harry Bluestone, Robert Berg, Joachim Chassman, Herman Clebanoff, Samuel Cytron, Kurt Dieterle, Adolph DiTullio, Debbie Sue Grossman, Louis Kaufman, Jacob Krachmalnick, Marvin Limonick, Paul Lowenkron, Joy Sharp, Irma W. Neumann, Jack Pepper, Lou Raderman, Ralph Schaeffer, Paul Shure, Marshall Sosson, Joseph Stepansky, Bob Sushel, Dorothy Sushel


Jerry Goldsmith