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#13377: DR. JOYCE BROTHERS
1959-10-06, WRCA, 4 min.
Joyce Brothers, Dr. Joyce Brothers

Dr. Joyce Brothers, a former academic psychologist who, long before Drs. Ruth, Phil and Laura, was counseling millions over the airwaves.

Dr. Joyce Brothers, as she was always known professionally — a full-name hallmark of the more formal times in which she began her career — was widely described as the mother of mass-media psychology and homiletic guidance she administered for decades via radio and television.

Historically, she was a bridge between advice columnists like Dear Abby and Ann Landers, who got their start in the mid-1950s, and the self-help advocates of the 1970s and afterward.

Throughout the 1960s, and long beyond, one could scarcely turn on the television or open a newspaper without encountering her. She was the host of her own nationally syndicated TV shows, starting in the late 1950s with “The Dr. Joyce Brothers Show” and over the years including “Ask Dr. Brothers,” “Consult Dr. Brothers” and “Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers.”
                       
#215: DIALOGUE: MADE IN NEW YORK
1962-06-18, WNBC, 28 min.
Peretz Johannes, Richard Leacock, Stan Vanderbeek, Brian ODoherty

Host Brian O'Doherty welcomes film makers Peretz Johannes, Richard Leacock and Stan Vanderbeek who discuss the New York Filmmaker.                                       
#236: DR. JOYCE BROTHERS SHOW
1962-08-06, WNBC, 15 min.
Marilyn Monroe, Dr. Joyce Brothers

Dr. Joyce Brothers gives commentary on the Aug. 5th death of Marilyn Monroe. "IF IT WAS SUICIDE, WHY?"
#14108: DIRECT LINE
1963-05-19, , min.
Jacob Javits

Senator Jacob Javits of New York answers various questions such as the space race to the moon, the debt limit, civil rights, and politics.             
#14145S: DEAN MANIGON RADIO SHOW
1963-06-22, , min.
Dean Manigon

Right-wing comments onUS concessions to communists.             
#14234: DIALOGUE: AN INTERVIEW WITH MUHAMMAD ALI (AKA CASSIUS CLAY)
1963-07-21, , 25 min.
Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, Rudolph Clay, Rahman Ali, Brian ODoherty

Earliest known complete television interview with a young 21 year old  heavyweight boxing contender Cassius Clay (before his name was change to Muhammad Ali) and his slightly older brother Rudolph Clay, who would also turn professional boxer (after his name was changed to Rahman Ali. 

NOTE: The only known formal TV broadcast interview with both Muhammad and Rahman Ali, together.
 
NOTE: See incomplete re-run of this broadcast, ATA#14449.
DIALOGUE: CASSIUS CLAY, RUDOLPH CLAY
1964-02-23, WNBC, 13 min.
Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, Rudolph Clay, Rahman Ali, Brian ODoherty
                                           "DIALOGUE"

December 1, 1961-April 27, 1962 (Friday 7pm-7:30pm)
June 18, July 16, 1962 (Monday 7pm-7:30pm) 
October 14, 1962-December 9, 1962 (Sunday 4:00pm-4:30pm)
April 21, 1963-September 29, 1963 (Sunday 4:30pm-5:00pm) 
December 1, 1963-August 30, 1964 (Sunday 12:30pm-1:00pm)

DIALOGUE had five program slots in two and a-half years, with many preemption programming along the way. Approximately 75 video taped half hour broadcasts were telecast as Dr. Brian  O'Doherty hosted various topics, ideas, and people from poetry readings to interviews. 

Among the more notable interviews: Muhammad Ali (July 21, 1963), Woody Allen (April 28, 1963), Man Ray (June 16, 1963), Geraldine Page (July 14, 1963), Richard Leacock (June 18, 1962), Gordon Parks (July 16, 1962), Salvatore Dali (May 19, 1963), Peter Ustinov (June 2, 1963), James Baldwin (August 2, 1964), Mort Sahl (June 28, 1964), Olivia DeHavilland (June 14, 1964) and Odetta (May 23, 1964).                                                                                         
#14449: DIALOGUE: CASSIUS CLAY, RUDOLPH CLAY
1964-02-23, WNBC, 13 min.
Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, Rudolph Clay, Rahman Ali, Brian ODoherty

RE-RUN (First thirteen minutes only). 

                                           "DIALOGUE"

December 1, 1961-April 27, 1962 (Friday 7pm-7:30pm)
June 18, July 16, 1962 (Monday 7pm-7:30pm) 
October 14, 1962-December 9, 1962 (Sunday 4:00pm-4:30pm)
April 21, 1963-September 29, 1963 (Sunday 4:30pm-5:00pm) 
December 1, 1963-August 30, 1964 (Sunday 12:30pm-1:00pm)

Five program slots in two an half years, with many preemption programming along the way. Approximately 75 video taped half hour broadcasts, as Dr. Brian  O'Doherty hosts various topics, ideas, and people from poetry readings to interviews. 

Among the more notable interviews: Muhammad Ali (July 21, 1963), Woody Allen (April 28, 1963), Man Ray (June 16, 1963), Geraldine Page (July 14, 1963), Richard Leacock (June 18, 1962), Gordon Parks (July 16, 1962), Salvatore Dali (May 19, 1963), Peter Ustinov (June 2, 1963), James Baldwin (August 2, 1964), Mort Sahl (June 28, 1964), Olivia DeHavilland (June 14, 1964) and Odetta (May 23, 1964). 
 
NOTE: Repeat of broadcast  originally aired on July 21, 1963. 
See ATA#14234                             
#15036: DEBATE ON CIVIL RIGHTS
1966-01-30, , 13 min.
Gore Vidal, Robert Novak, Ben Bradlee, Wlliam F. Buckley, Max Freedman

A panel discussion on civil rights.                          
#15229B: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE: "SEN. ROBERT F. KENNEDY...FOLK SINGER PETE SEEGER."
1966-10-02, WNEW, 64 min.
David Susskind, Pete Seeger, Robert F. Kennedy

 1958-1987 SYNDICATED

Producer David Susskind returns to a two-hour format for this program featuring interviews with leading public personalities and discussions of controversial issues.  The studio audience participates in question and -answer sessions with the guests. 

On this Debut broadcast New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy discusses the poverty program, the war in Vietnam, "black power," Communist China's possible admission to the UN and his personal life. 

Susskind also interviews folk singer Pete Seeger, who talks about the black-listing he suffered after investigation by the Un-American Activities committee. 
         
#15324: DATELINE HOLLYWOOD WITH RONA BARRETT.
1967-06-06, , min.
Rona Barrett

Host: Rona Barrett.             
#15456: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW
1967-12-17, SYN, 36 min.
David Susskind

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

Topic: "The Wild, Wild, Left." with representatives from the National Conference On New Politics. 

Host: David Susskind. 

                                                                                                               
#18852: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW.
1968-00-00, , min.
David Susskind

1958-1987

Topic: Wife swapping and group sex parts 1&2.                  
#15534A: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1968-02-04, WNEW, 1 min.
David Susskind

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

A promo is heard for the Susskind show.                                                                                                                  
#15534: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1968-02-04, WNEW, 55 min.
David Susskind, Gay Talese, Rex Reed, Liz Smith, Allard Lowenstein, Zoltan Ferency, Mrs. David Hoch, Donald Peterson

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

Topic: "Let's Dump LBJ." Four disenchanted Democrats discuss the anti-Johnson movement and their desire for an open convention in Chicago. The guests are Allard Lowenstein of New York, Donald Peterson of Wisconsin, Zoltan Ferency of Michigan, and Mrs. David Hoch of New Hampshire. On another topic: humorous views of show-business personalities are offered by Rex Reed, Gay Talese, and Liz Smith, freelance writers who specialize in celebrity profiles.                                                                                                    
#15698: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW
1968-03-31, SYN, 24 min.
David Susskind, George Wallace, Fidel Castro, Claude Kirk

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

Topic: Florida Governor Claude Kirk discusses the teacher's strike, his challenge to debate Fidel Castro and the campaign of presidential hopeful George Wallace. 

David Susskind hosts. 


                                                                                                                            
#TW10: DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW, THE
1968-10-13, WNEW, 90 min.
Paul Gilbert, Dorothy Lamour, Frankie Randall, Donald OConnor, Marian McAndrew, Jacques Bergerac

 Syndicated. Donald O'Connor 90 minute talk show briefly aired in 1968.                      
#9988: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1968-11-03, WNEW, 90 min.
David Susskind

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

On this episode, four black girls indulge in a wide-range discussion about sex to fashion for black women and other topics.                                                                
#16082: DONALD OCONNOR SHOW, THE
1969-01-10, WNEW, min.
Donald OConnor, Rocky Marciano

1968-Syndicated

Donald OConnor hosted this brief, syndicated talk show.

Guest: Rocky Marciano.           
#16191: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1969-04-06, WNEW, 22 min.
David Susskind, Russell Baker, Al Capp, Art Buchwald

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

On this episode: Satirical columnists Al Capp, Russell Baker, and Art Buchwald have a go at the generation gap and everything else. 
Other topics: The war in Vietnam, the draft, airlines, computers, television, the sexual revolution.                                                                         
#TW6: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-06-06, WABC, 35 min.
Richard Boone, Lillian Gish, Lynn Redgrave, Billy Hartack

#16236: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-08-05, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, David Frye

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

A rare appearance on television by Marlon Brando...in conversation.

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: Comedian David Frye.                                                                 
#1074: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-09-05, WABC, 26 min.
Groucho Marx, Dick Cavett

Groucho Marx is Dick Cavett's guest. Groucho reminisces with anecdotes, ad libs, and demonstrates his singing prowess...a style all its own.
#TW8: DELLA
1969-09-13, N/A, 15 min.
Victor Borge, Norm Crosby, Ethel Waters

       August 25, 1969 - January 23, 1970

A syndicated talk show starring Della Reese.      
#1076: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-09-22, WNEW, 36 min.
Walter Cronkite, David Frost

David Frost interviews Walter Cronkite who discusses many topics including the unique Apollo XI moon landing which occured two months prior on July 20, 1969.
#16250: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-12-03, SYN, min.
David Frost, George McGovern

July 7, 1969-July 14, 1972 (SYNDICATED). During the three-year run of his American talk show, David Frost taped the show (approximately 750 programs) each week, Monday through Thursdays. The series was syndicated by Westinghouse.   

Guest: Senator George McGovern.                 
#TW7: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-12-25, WNEW, 60 min.
Constance Towers, Allan Jones, Rudolph Friml

90 year old Rudolph Friml INTERVIEW ("Indian Love Call").
#16281: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-12-29, ABC, min.
Woody Allen, Dick Cavett, Robert Shaw

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests:Robert Shaw and Woody Allen. Series premiere.                               
#TW20: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-12-31, WNEW, 45 min.
Jane Russell, Betty Hutton, David Frost, Ann Miller, Pete Candoli

July 7, 1969 - July 14, 1972 (Syndicated)

Betty Hutton sings on stage "I Got the Sun In The Morning".  
Ann Miller, Jane Russell, Betty Hutton each discuss their careers and philosophy of life. 
At conclusion all three sing "I Got the Sun in the Morning."

NOTE: This was to be one of Betty Hutton's last TV appearances (she did make an appearance on The Merv Griffin Show February 13, 1970) prior to her 1970 mental breakdown and subsequent loss of her singing voice. And, interestingly, Hutton guested with Virginia Graham on January 27, 1972 which would be her last TV appearance until "telling all" five years later on the Mike Douglas Show. 

Betty reminisces about how she began in show business, her mother 's saloon and how she would play guitar and sing there, her four marriages, the last to husband Pete Candoli whom she divorced in 1967, however, now living happily together, but not in the same home. Betty Hutton states to David Frost what the most important principle there is ruling her life. 
                                
#16290: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-05, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Madeline Kahn, Jonathan Miller

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Host: Dick Cavett. Guests: Madeline Kahn, Jonathan Miller.                                                                              
#16294: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-07, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Adam Clayton Powell

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: Harlem congressman Adam Clayton Powell.                                                                                                   
#16310: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-21, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Host:Dick Cavett.                                                                        
#1089: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-02-10, WABC, 68 min.
Noel Coward, Dick Cavett, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Tammy Grimes

Dick Cavett's guests are Sir Noel Coward, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne and Tammy Grimes. Coward and Lunt reminisce about the past, present, and touch on scintillating topics and observations including acting style, improvisation and nudity.
#16332: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-02-13, ABC, 7 min.
Dick Cavett, Sam Levinson

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of W.C.Fields. 

Host: Dick Cavett. and guest Sam Levinson trade quips.                                      
#799: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-02-17, WNEW, 67 min.
Jackie Gleason, David Frost

A rare television interview with Jackie Gleason, who blends personal anecdotes with his views on man, woman, love, comedy, attaining success, the occult, Milton Berle and happiness. Taped in Miami Beach.
#800: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-02-23, WNEW, 65 min.
Johnny Carson, David Frost

Johnny Carson, who rarely agrees to be interviewed on TV, is interviewed by David Frost who quizzes the "Tonight Show" host on a wide variety of subjects.
#801: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-03-17, WNEW, 69 min.
Elizabeth Taylor, David Frost, Richard Burton

Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor are interviewed by David Frost.
#9472: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-03-30, WNEW, 23 min.
Clark Gable, Greer Garson, Lana Turner, Paul Muni, David Frost, Mervyn Leroy, Vivian Leigh

  A salute to Motion Picture director, Mervyn LeRoy. 

Both Mervyn LeRoy and David Frost recount their first time on stage, acting, as youngsters. Six of LeRoy's directed motion pictures are seen in clips discussed by the director with anecdotes. They include, Little Caesar, I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang, They Won't Forget, Waterloo Bridge, Blossoms in the Dust, and Wizard of Oz. 

Other interesting memories by Mervyn LeRoy include his remembrance when directing a screen  test of newcomer Clark Gable and the studio's dissention was that his "ears are too large."                                      
#802: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-04-00, WNEW, 19 min.
Jackie Mason, David Frost

David Frost's guest is Comedian Jackie Mason. 

A very amusing and candid discussion in which host David Frost is often "ribbed" by comedienne Jackie Mason related to his English ancestry.

Mason discusses morality in America, the ever increasing prevalence of corrupt, myopic  politicians in our country, his latest venture as an actor in motion pictures, and our ever increasing importance of focusing on the environment in the USA before it is too late to save the planet.              
#16344: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-03, ABC, min.
Walter Cronkite, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Walter Cronkite.                                        
#16367: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-17, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, John Lindsay

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: New York City Mayor John Lindsay.                                                                         
#16370: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1970-04-19, WNEW, min.
David Susskind

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

Topic: Draft dodgers in Canada comment on the Vietnam war.                                                                          
#16378: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-23, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Dionne Warwick, Arthur C. Clarke

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS) 

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guests: Dionne Warwick, Arthur C. Clarke.                                                                                 
#1092: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-05-18, WNEW, 72 min.
Jack Benny, Fred Allen, George Burns, David Frost

David Frost welcomes special solo guest Jack Benny, who talks at length about his long professional career and his personal life. There are many anecdotes including stories about George Burns, Fred Allen, his 44 year marriage, his violin career and why, after writing his autobiography for two years, he decided never to publish it.
#807: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-06-04, WNEW, 65 min.
David Frost, Orson Welles

Orson Welles is interviewed by David Frost. He talks about many subjects including parents, television, his work, his romance with fortune telling, "War of The Worlds" and "Citizen Kane."
#18848: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-06-04, WNEW, 65 min.
David Frost, Orson Welles

Orson Welles is interviewed by David Frost. He talks about many subjects including parents, television, his work, his romance with fortune telling, "War of The Worlds" and "Citizen Kane."  

Duplicate of 807.           
#808: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-06-10, WNEW, 58 min.
Darryl F. Zanuck, David Frost, Orson Welles, Tiny Tim

Substitute guest host Orson Welles welcomes his guests Tiny Tim and Darryl F. Zanuck.
#16407: DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW, THE
1970-06-14, WNEW, 40 min.
David Susskind, Richard Nixon

1958-1987

Theatrical and television producer David Susskind hosted this talk program consisting of a wide variety of topics. Each show centered around one topic consisting of four to seven guests. 

Topic: Conservatives. Advocates of President Nixon and pro- Vietnam ideas.                                                                                  
#16391: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-08-04, ABC, min.
Mort Sahl, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Mort Sahl.                                         
#16395: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-08-06, ABC, 45 min.
Al Capp, Dick Cavett, Denny McLain, Commander Lloyd Bucher

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Denny McLain, and Commander Lloyd Buchner, Al Caap                                                                           
#809C: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-08-17, ABC, 3 min.
Dick Cavett, Sally Kellerman

             Dick speaks briefly to guest Sally Kellerman, who discusses her moniker "hot lips" from her famous starring  role in the movie MASH. 
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Civil Rights Movement (1956-1968)

Space Exploration (1956-1972)

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Jose Feliciano, at 70, listening to his FIRST TV variety show appearance (Al Hirt: FANFARE), telecast on July 17, 1965, when he was 19 years old.


TV Audio:
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When TV Variety
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This Anniversary Day
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ARSC/IASA London Conference: Why Collect?


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CAPTURED LIVE: CULTURES OF TELEVISION RECORDING AND STORAGE, 1945-1975


NBC MATINEE THEATER
FRANKENSTEIN
NBC TV - Feb. 5, 1957
8:23 min. excerpt


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