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Gunilla Hutton
Born:  May 15, 1944
Hee! Haw!

About The Artist

Swedish-born Gunilla Hutton (birth surname Wiklund) is primarily an actress who gained her main fame on the country-flavored sit-com Petticoat Junction and then had a nineteen year career on Hee! Haw! Born in Gothenburg, she came to the US as a child and was reared in Fort Worth, Texas.

While best remembered for her role as "Nurse Goodbody" in the medical skits with Archie Campbell, Hutton also proved herself to be a capable vocalist having four singles to her credit.

In the summer of 1977, Gunilla changed her name to Monica Hutton. She thought it would be easier for audiences to remember. But the producers of Hee! Haw! said "Gunilla" was fine with them, so on the show, she remained as "Gunilla."

Promo Ad - Roy Clark - Gunilla Hutton - Frontier Hotel - Las Vegas, NV - 1974
Promo Ad - Hollywood Palladium - Benefit Concert - Gunilla Hutton - February 1977

Promo Ad - Rodeo - Salt Lake City, UT - Gunilla Hutton - July 1976
Promo Ad - Nashville Municipal Auditorium - Benefit Concert for Sheriff - Hee Haw Cast - Gunilla Hutton - October 1977

Credits & Sources

  • Hillbilly-Music.com would like to express its thanks to Ivan M. Tribe, author of Mountaineer Jamboree — Country Music in West Virginia and other books that can be found on Amazon.com and numerous articles in other publications for providing us with information about this artist.
  • Show Biz Q&A; August 4, 1977; The Santa Fe New Mexican; Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

Rec. No. Side Song Title
  1015 A You Can Say the Prettiest Things Sometimes
  1015 B The Greatest Story Never Told
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  17525 A You're Gonna Get Loved
  17525 B See the Lady Cryin?
  17548 A Cody
  17548 B The End of Our Love Song
Green Mountain
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  415 A Chowchilla Dust
  415 B (We've Got) Old Fashioned Love

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