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#13168: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-04-28, ABC, 22 min.
Mike Wallace, Gloria Swanson

April 28th, 1957- April 18th, 1968 (with Mike Wallace) continuing till September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.
On this debut show, Mike interviews actress Gloria Swanson.

Series Premiere.  

NOTE:
   Status of The Mike Wallace Interview
A total of 72 episodes of The Mike Wallace Interview were broadcast by ABC between 1957 and 1958. The series premiered on April 28th, 1957 and was sponsored by Phillip Morris through the April 18th, 1958 episode. The Fund for the Republic then sponsored a 13-week set of interviews entitled “Liberty and Freedom” (one of which was never broadcast) followed by an additional six episodes. The final broadcast took place on September 14th, 1958.

My article about The Mike Wallace Interview can be found here.

The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin has 66 of the 72 episodes of The Mike Wallace Interview. Five are only available as audio recordings while the rest are kinescopes that have been digitized and made available for viewing online. The Ransom Center also has a transcript of the Ben Hecht interview (broadcast February 25th, 1958) but no audio or video. One of the episodes the Ransom Center does not have a copy of is the controversial Mickey Cohen broadcast from May 19th, 1957.

According to Steve Winston, Associate Curator of Film at the Ransom Center, “There are reports that the BBC still has some excerpts though we have not been able to locate the specific department that might hold them. Other than that, the interview appears to be lost.” Audio of the Cohen episode is part of Archival Television Audio, Inc. collection.

Also missing from the Ransom Center’s collection are the two retractions read by ABC’s Oliver Treyz on May 27th and December 14th. According to Winston, “We have no idea why the footage was not included in the kinescope. We don’t know if they were removed later, or if they were never recorded in the first place.” Archival Television Audio, Inc. has the May 27th retraction read by Treyz.

The UCLA Film & Television Archive has two episodes of the series: the Cyrus Eaton interview that is audio only at the Ransom Center and the Ben Hecht interview that the Ransom Center only has a transcript for. Both the Museum of Broadcasting and The Paley Center for Media have several episodes that are also part of the Ransom Center’s collection.

(According to a December 1957 article in The Los Angeles Times, a filmed “stand-by interview” with Evelyn Rudie was always ready to be used in the event a guest didn’t show up. It is not included in the episode count and its current whereabouts are unknown.)

Abbreviations:                                             
#13177: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-05-05, ABC, 26 min.
Mike Wallace, Eldon Edwards

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

The Guest is Eldon Edwards, the "Imperial Wizard" of the Klu Klux Klan.

                                                
#13190A: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-05-19, ABC, 28 min.
Mike Wallace, Mickey Cohen, William H. Parker, Oliver Treyz

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958 (ABC)

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews gangster Mickey Cohen. Cohen discusses the rackets and calls the Los Angeles police chief William H. Parker "a sadistic degenerate."  
 
Also included, the opening of the "lost" Mike Wallace Interview, broadcast, the following week, May 26, 1958:
Host Mike Wallace issues an apology and retracts the statements made by Mickey Cohen, the week before, that adversely reflected the character of Los Angeles police chief William H.Parker and others.

Vice President of ABC TV Oliver Treyz appears and retracts all statements Mickey Cohen made adversely reflecting the character of the Los Angeles  Police Chief William H. Parker,  and others.

NOTE: The vast majority of the 72 episodes of ABC’s The Mike Wallace Interview are collected (and have been digitized) at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas. Several of those episodes exist solely on audio. However, one of the most controversial episodes–in which Wallace interviewed Mickey Cohen–is not part of the Ransom collection. Nor can it be found at any of the other big four television archives.

It can, however, be found at Archival Television Audio, Inc. ATA has the complete Mickey Cohen episode (originally broadcast May 19th, 1957). It also has the retraction read by ABC’s Oliver Treyz the following week, October 26, 1957; Ransom has this episode (with Senator Wayne Morse) but the retraction by Treyz is not included nor is a brief retraction by Wallace himself. 
                                                                                                                        
#13190: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-05-19, ABC, 25 min.
Mike Wallace, Mickey Cohen, William H. Parker

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958 (ABC)

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews gangster Mickey Cohen. Cohen discusses the rackets and calls the Los Angeles police chief William H. Parker "a sadistic degenerate."  
 
NOTE: The vast majority of the 72 episodes of ABC’s The Mike Wallace Interview are collected (and have been digitized) at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas. Several of those episodes exist solely on audio. However, one of the most controversial episodes–in which Wallace interviewed Mickey Cohen–is not part of the Ransom collection. Nor can it be found at any of the other big four television archives.

It can, however, be found at Archival Television Audio, Inc. ATA has the complete Mickey Cohen episode (originally broadcast May 19th, 1957). It also has the retraction read by ABC’s Oliver Treyz the following week, October 26, 1957; Ransom has this episode (with Senator Wayne Morse) but the retraction by Treyz is not included nor is a brief retraction by Wallace himself. 
                                                                                                           
#13193: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-05-26, ABC, 19 min.
Mike Wallace, Mickey Cohen, Wayne Morse, William H. Parker, Oliver Treyz

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Host Mike Wallace issues an apology and retracts the statements made by Mickey Cohen, the week before, that adversely reflected the character of Los Angeles police chief William H.Parker and others.

Vice President of ABC TV Oliver Treys appears and retracts all statements Mickey Cohen made adversely reflecting the character of the Los Angeles  Police Chief William H. Parker,  and others.

Wallace interviews Wayne Morse, Democratic Senator from Oregon.

                                                                                         
#13201: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-06-30, ABC, 25 min.
Mike Wallace, Chuck Kelly

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews "Commando" Chuck Kelly, a World War 11 hero. He discusses his misfortunes in civilian life, his business failures, Pollyanna attitudes, wartime experiences, his feelings about killing Germans, the Red Cross, the American Legion, and WACS.                                                                
#13203: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-07-07, ABC, 25 min.
Steve Allen, Mike Wallace

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews Steve Allen. Topics include his feud with Ed Sullivan, ratings, and programming. He comments on American journalist Westbrook Pegler, and Eddie Cantor. 
                                                               
#13206: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-07-14, ABC, 12 min.
Mike Wallace, Diana Barrymore

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews actress Diana Barrymore.                                                
#13207: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-07-28, ABC, 26 min.
Mike Wallace, James Eastland

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews Senator James Eastland of Mississippi.
Eastland, a violent segregationist talks about civil rights.                                                          
#13208: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-07-28, ABC, 11 min.
Mike Wallace, Frank Lloyd Wright

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews architect and writer Frank Lloyd Wright. 

                                                                       
#13236: MARIE TORRE INTERVIEW SHOW, THE
1957-10-26, , 6 min.
Elsa Maxwell, Marie Torre, Mike Todd

Marie Torre later in her career hosted an interview  program originally titled "Contact" and was later renamed "The Marie Torre Show." Torre was a newscaster at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1962-1977 and was the station's first female anchor. 

On this program, which cannot be traced as to station and circumstances, but most definitely broadcast on October 26, 1957, Marie Torre interviews Elsa Maxwell  who discusses among other topics:
- Why every party I host I like to beat the last one like the one I hosted last month, September 3rd in Venice...  

- Loved attending the Mike Todd Mammoth Madison Square Party held the other night (October 17, 1957), celebrating the first anniversary of AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, where 800 people asked me for my autograph...

- ...never went to a psychiatrist and why...
- ...won a beautiful baby contest once and now in my 60's look at me...
- ...dislike of westerns on television. Boring. 
                                   
#13247: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-11-16, ABC, 24 min.
Jayne Mansfield, Mike Wallace, Elvis Presley, Elsa Maxwell, Cleveland Amory, Maria Callas

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews Elsa Maxwell. Topics include her opinions on international party makers, personalities such as Khrushchev, Jayne Mansfield, Elvis Presley, Maria Callas, Cleveland Amory, the immorality in high society, and divorce. 



                                                                          
#13251: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-11-30, ABC, 12 min.
Mike Wallace, Bennett Cerf

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews Bennett Cerf. The topics include the current state of television.

                                                             
#13256: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1957-12-07, ABC, 22 min.
Mike Wallace, Drew Pearson

April 28th, 1957-September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.

Mike Wallace interviews columnist Drew Pearson. The topics include the current crisis resulting from Sputnick and Vanguard, President Eisenhower illness, he predicts Richard Nixon will be the President of the United States within a year (following Eisenhower's resignation), he speaks of Senator John F. Kennedy and his "synthetic public relations buildup," he claims that Kennedy's book "Profiles in Courage" was ghost-written, he also comments on former President Truman and Eisenhower's press secretary James Hagerty.

                                                                                       
#13168A: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW, THE
1958-03-01, ABC, 26 min.
Mike Wallace, Tennessee Williams

April 28th, 1957- April 18th, 1968 (with Mike Wallace) continuing till September 14th, 1958-ABC

A half-hour interview series with host Mike Wallace.
On this debut show, Mike interviews playwright Tennessee Williams.

NOTE:
One of the rare "lost" MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW broadcasts, of which all but two of the 72 broadcasts survive.  

NOTE:
         Status of The Mike Wallace Interview
A total of 72 episodes of The Mike Wallace Interview were broadcast by ABC between 1957 and 1958. The series premiered on April 28th, 1957 and was sponsored by Phillip Morris through the April 18th, 1958 episode. The Fund for the Republic then sponsored a 13-week set of interviews entitled “Liberty and Freedom” (one of which was never broadcast) followed by an additional six episodes. The final broadcast took place on September 14th, 1958.

The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin has 66 of the 72 episodes of The Mike Wallace Interview, donated by Mike Wallace in the 1960's. Five of these broadcasts are only available as audio recordings while the rest are kinescopes. 
The Ransom Center also has a transcript of the Ben Hecht interview (broadcast February 25th, 1958) but no audio or video. Two of the episodes the Ransom Center does not have is a copy of is the controversial Mickey Cohen broadcast from May 19th, 1957, and the March 1, 1958 interview with Tennessee Williams, both of which do exist in the archive of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, Inc.

According to Steve Winston, Associate Curator of Film at the Ransom Center, “There are reports that the BBC still has some excerpts though we have not been able to locate the specific department that might hold them. Other than that, both interview appear to be lost.” 

Also missing from the Ransom Center’s collection are the two retractions read by ABC’s Oliver Treyz and Mike Wallace on May 27th  which Archival Television Audio, Inc. does have and December 14th. According to Winston, “We have no idea why the footage was not included in the kinescope. We don’t know if they were removed later, or if they were never recorded in the first place.” 

The UCLA Film & Television Archive has two episodes of the series: the Cyrus Eaton interview that is audio only at the Ransom Center and the Ben Hecht interview that the Ransom Center only has a transcript for. Both the Museum of Broadcasting and The Paley Center for Media have several episodes that are also part of the Ransom Center’s collection.

(According to a December 1957 article in The Los Angeles Times, a filmed “stand-by interview” with Evelyn Rudie was always ready to be used in the event a guest didn’t show up. It is not included in the episode count and its current whereabouts are unknown.)
                                                          
#13469: MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEWS
1960-08-20, WNTA, min.
Mike Wallace, Harriet Van Horne

1957-1958 (ABC)
1959-1960 (WNTA)

A series of interviews hosted by Mike Wallace. This program was carried in 1957-1958 by ABC television and in 1959-1960 by WNTA-TV Channel 13 in New York City.

The guest is TV columnist Harriet Van Horne who discusses the current deplorable state of television and comments on current programs and personalities. 
                                                                                        
#871: MEET THE PRESS
1960-10-11, WNBC, 25 min.
John F. Kennedy, Elie Abel, Laurence E. Spivak, Ned Brooks

November 20, 1947-September 5, 1965 (primetime NBC); September 19, 1965-present (non-primetime NBC). Public affairs program which is the longest running series on network television.

Presidential Candidate, Senator John F. Kennedy answers questions from panel members Elie Abel, John Chancellor, and Laurence E. Spivak. Ned Brooks is the moderator.
#13595: MEET THE PRESS
1962-02-04, NBC, min.
Ned Brooks, George Romney

November 20, 1947-September 5, 1965 (primetime NBC); September 19, 1965-present (non-primetime NBC). Public affairs program which is the longest-running series on network television.

NBC newsmen interview George Romney the president of American Motors. The host is Ned Brooks.
#298: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1962-11-01, WNBC, 32 min.
Jack E. Leonard, Merv Griffin, Ann Sothern

October 1, 1962 - March 29, 1963

Merv Griffin's guests on his first talk show day time series are Jack E. Leonard and Ann Sothern.  

NOTE: 
All but one of the 120 NBC Daytime THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW broadcasts are NOT know to exist. The Network wiped them as was the current practice at the time to reuse the 2" quad video tape. 
The one extant broadcast...Danny Kaye appearing November 9, 1962.  
However, Phil Gries founder of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUIDO, INC. is personally responsible for audio taping 35 of these shows, direct line on to 1/4" reel to reel audio tape, during the original airing of these shows...historically remaining the only broadcast record of Merv Griffin's first television talk show series.                     
#320: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1962-11-19, WNBC, 6 min.
Merv Griffin, Anna Quale, Henry Morgan

Merv Griffin's guests are Anna Quale and Henry Morgan.
#335: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1962-12-05, WNBC, 26 min.
Merv Griffin, Henny Youngman, Anthony Perkins

Merv Griffin's guests are Tony Perkins and Henny Youngman.
#341: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1962-12-27, WNBC, 37 min.
Jonathan Winters, Merv Griffin, Carol Channing

Elwood P. Goodman (Jonathan Winters), poses as Merv Griffin's uncle and opens the show. Winters, Griffin, and Carol Channing take on numerous comedy improvisations. 
Note: Originally scheduled guest Woody Allen could not make the show at the last minute and Jonathan Winters filled in. One of the most hilarious appearances on the Merv Griffin NBC show. It would be Winter's only appearance.             
#353: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1962-12-31, WNBC, 16 min.
Woody Allen, Merv Griffin, Henry Morgan, Jimmy Piersall, Adam Keefe

Guests are Henry Morgan, Jimmy Piersall, Adam Keefe and Woody Allen.             
#360: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-01-14, WNBC, 13 min.
Hugh Downs, Merv Griffin, Joe Philips

Guest Hugh Downs conducts the NBC orchestra with his own musical composition "Sandwriting." Also, comic Joe Philips appears.
#366: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-01-22, WNBC, 9 min.
Merv Griffin, Shelley Berman, Louis Lomax

Merv Griffin sings a duet with Shelley Berman. Louis Lomax also guests.
#368: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-01-23, WNBC, 12 min.
Merv Griffin, Basil Rathbone, Genevieve

Merv Griffin's guests are Basil Rathbone and Genevieve.
#377: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-01, WNBC, 44 min.
Edward Everett Horton, Merv Griffin, Buddy Hackett, Bobby Breen, Mrs. Miller, Adam Keefe

October 1, 1962 - March 29, 1963

Excerpts from two programs. Jan. 31, 1963 comic & impressionist, Adam Keefe. Feb. 1, 1963 Merv Griffin's guests are Edward Everett Horton, Buddy Hackett and Bobby Breen. Mrs. Miller tells a joke to Merv who also plays the piano. 

NOTE: All but one of the 120 NBC Daytime THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW broadcasts are NOT know to exist. The one extant...Danny Kaye appearing November 9, 1962.  However, Phil Gries founder of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUIDO, INC. is personally responsible for audio taping 35 of these shows direct line on to 1/4" audio tape, historically remaining the only broadcast record.                                                                   
#380: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-04, WNBC, 20 min.
Montgomery Clift, Merv Griffin, Don Adams

Merv Griffin's guests are Montgomery Clift and Don Adams. 

Note: In Merv Griffin's 1980 Autobiography "MERV" he states:
"Of all the remarkable guests on my NBC talk show, one appearance remains in my mind as the most memorable, Montgomery Clift." He did very few televisions interviews in his life, and arrived at the studio, intoxicated, while Griffin was already on the air. However, when Merv introduced him, Clift walked on stage like he had pushed a button inside his brain that brought self-control. Montgomery Clift gave Merv Griffin, that afternoon, a lucid, fascinating interview including anecdotes about his relationship with Marilyn Monroe. By the end of the interview they both shook hands. Monty waved to the audience and strode offstage...collapsing against a wall the moment he was off camera. 


             
#383: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-08, WNBC, 26 min.
Woody Allen, Merv Griffin, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Merriman Smith, Val Pringle

Merv Griffin's guests are Woody Allen, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Merriman Smith and Val Pringle.
#388: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-12, WNBC, 28 min.
Jack E. Leonard, Merv Griffin, Leo Genn, Al Capp, Joey Forman

Merv Griffin's guests are Jack E. Leonard, Leo Genn, Al Capp and Joey Forman.
#390: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-13, WNBC, 13 min.
Merv Griffin, Buddy Hackett

Merv Griffin's guest is Buddy Hackett.
#391: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-15, WNBC, 32 min.
Merv Griffin, Margaret Leighton, George Frazier, Basil Rathbone

Merv Griffin's guests are Basil Rathbone, Margaret Leighton, and George Frazier.
#397: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-18, WNBC, 35 min.
John Daly, Merv Griffin, Charlton Heston, Diahann Carroll

Guests are John Daly, Charlton Heston and Diahann Carroll.
#399: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-19, WNBC, 15 min.
Merv Griffin, Jack Haley, Stan Musial

Guests are Jack Haley and Stan Musial.
#400: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-20, WNBC, 24 min.
Pat Harrington Jr., Merv Griffin, Robert Taylor, Romy Schneider, Ursula Thiess, Charlie Dornin

Guests are Pat Harrington Jr., Romy Schneider, Robert Taylor and his wife, actress Ursula Thiess and comedian Charlie Dornin.
#407: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-25, WNBC, 24 min.
Merv Griffin, Hal March, Gloria Swanson

Merv Griffin's guests are Gloria Swanson and Hal March.
#409: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-02-27, WNBC, 28 min.
Milt Kamen, Merv Griffin, Albert Burke, Hedda Hopper

Merv Griffin's guests are Dr. Albert Burke, Milt Kamen, and Hedda Hooper.
#414: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-04, WNBC, 32 min.
Jack Benny, Peter Lorre, Merv Griffin, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Bobby Breen

October 1, 1962 - March 29, 1963

Merv Griffin's guests are Jack Benny, Peter Lorre, Dr. Joyce Brothers and Bobby Breen. 

A rare interview appearance for Bobby Breen.

NOTE:  All but one of the 26 NBC Daytime THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW broadcasts are NOT know to exist. However, Phil Gries founder of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUIDO, INC. is personally responsible for audio taping 35 of these shows, direct line, on to 1/4" audio tape when these broadcasts originally aired. They remain the only broadcast record.                         
#415: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-05, WNBC, 20 min.
Jack E. Leonard, Merv Griffin, Lou Holtz

Merv Griffin's guests are Jack E. Leonard and Lou Holtz.
#416: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-06, WNBC, 34 min.
Milt Kamen, Merv Griffin, Greer Garson, Carmel Quinn, Gino Tinnetti

Merv Griffin's guests are Greer Garson, Carmel Quinn, Milt Kamen and Gino Tinnetti.
#417: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-07, WNBC, 39 min.
Merv Griffin, Joan Crawford, Allen Drury, Adela Rogers St. John, Bert Lahr, Walter Slezak, William Saroyan

Merv Griffin's guests are Joan Crawford, Allen Drury, appearing on March 7, 1963 and  Adela Rogers St. John, Bert Lahr, Walter Slezak and William Saroyan, appearing on March 8, 1963. 
Two shows combined.              
#420: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-11, WNBC, 22 min.
Milt Kamen, Merv Griffin, Eli Wallach, Ann Jackson

Merv Griffin's guests are Milt Kamen, Eli Wallach and Ann Jackson.
#421: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-13, WNBC, 33 min.
Merv Griffin, Peggy Lee, Adela Rogers St. John, Carl Reiner, Burton K. Wheeler

Merv Griffin's guests are Carl Reiner, Peggy Lee, Adela Rogers St. John and Senator Burton K. Wheeler.
#424: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-15, WNBC, 27 min.
Merv Griffin, Louis Lomax, Shirley Booth, Peter Cook, Marilyn Lovell

Merv Griffin's guests are Shirley Booth, Peter Cook, Louis Lomax,
and Marilyn Lovell.             
#428: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-20, WNBC, 42 min.
Elsa Lanchester, Merv Griffin, Francois Truffaut, George Frazier, Leon Bibb, Basil Rathbone

Merv Griffin's guests are Leon Bibb, Basil Rathbone, Elsa Lanchester and George Frazier.
#429: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-21, WNBC, 10 min.
Milt Kamen, Merv Griffin

Merv Griffin's guest is Milt Kamen.
#431: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-22, WNBC, 13 min.
Merv Griffin, Adela Rogers St. John, Ira Hershman

Merv Griffin's guests are Adela Rogers St. John and Ira Hershman.
#433: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-25, WNBC, 24 min.
Merv Griffin, Henry Morgan, Kaye Ballard

Merv Griffin's guests are Henry Morgan and Kaye Ballard.
#437: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-27, WNBC, 29 min.
The Smothers Brothers, Merv Griffin

Merv Griffin's guests are the Smothers Brothers.             
#438: MERV GRIFFIN SHOW, THE
1963-03-28, WNBC, 37 min.
Milt Kamen, Merv Griffin, Hermione Gingold, Don Stuart, Lorne Greene

Merv Griffin's guests are Milt Kamen, Hermione Gingold, singer Don Stuart and Lorne Greene.
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