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I'm happy for the success Merv (Griffin) has had with the show.
I have no idea if the show would become a huge hit if I stayed on board.
Military service: US Navy Chuck Woolery was half the pop duet "The Avant-Garde", with Elkin "Bubba" Fowler.
Their one and only hit, a song called "Naturally Stoned", peaked at #40 on the charts in 1968.
Elkin went on to play back-up banjo behind Leonard Cohen.
On Tattletales, a game show with celebrities and their spouses, Woolery often appeared with his then-wife, Jo Anne Pflug.
Woolery left Pflug in 1980, and left the Wheel in 1981, when he demanded a raise from 0,000 a year to 0,000.