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#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.
#7898: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-10-27, SYN, 90 min.
Clint Eastwood, David Frost, Harve Presnell, Frankie Laine, Lulu, Muhammad Ali, Joshua Logan

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.  

Guests include Muhammad Ali, Clint Eastwood, Harve Presnell, Joshua Logan, Frankie Laine, and Lulu.           
#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").
#TW20: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1969-12-31, WNEW, 45 min.
Jane Russell, Betty Hutton, Ann Miller

Betty Hutton sings "I Got The Sun In The Morning and The Moon at Night." (EXCERPT). Ann Miller, Jane Russell, Betty Hutton
#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.
#6062: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-03-05, WNEW, 90 min.
Johnnie Ray, David Frost, Stanley Holloway

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. Guests include Johnnie Ray and Stanley Holloway.
#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, Vivien 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.              
#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."
#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.
#9967: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-09-02, SYN, 20 min.
Dick Gregory, David Frost

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. 

Actor and comedian Dick Gregory is the guest. He discusses pot, racism, politics and other subjects. 

This program is a 20-minute excerpt. 

                                               
#16416: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-09-24, WNEW, 28 min.
David Frost, Zsa Zsa Gabor, George Sanders

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. Guests include Johnnie Ray and Stanley Holloway.    

Guests: George Sanders, Zsa Zsa Gabor.         
#16417: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-09-25, WNEW, 16 min.
David Frost, Spiro Agnew

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. Guests include Johnnie Ray and Stanley Holloway.    

Vice President Spiro Agnew is the guest.             
#9967A: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-10-14, SYN, 73 min.
Maurice Chevalier, David Frost

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. 

A special solo guest appearance with Maurice Chevalier, 14 months before he passed away at age 83.
David and Maurice discuss first moments when Chevalier came to America in 1928...first viewing Al Jolson in "The Singing Fool" and thinking that he would not be as able to sing in this manner which was not his style. However, great admiration for Jolson. Other topics discussed include:
Views on the French having a reputation for being romantic lovers. Chavalier reveals his first romantic encounter with an older singer that did not turn out so well. "The next night I was fantastic." Maurice states his definition of "Love." His first love affair at the age of 14...first interests in entertaining people as an acrobat and then as a singer and dancer. He remembers becoming a huge star at the age of 20 performing at the Follies Bergere in Paris. Maurice discusses his past dark moments in life, contemplating suicide and coming close to a nervous breakdown. 
On the light side Chevalier discusses what traits make for a popular entertainer. He states that at the age of 82 he decided to launch into an new career as an author after retiring from performing at age 80. Maurice invites David Frost to sing with him, "Shine On Harvest Moon." A film clip is played from the movie FANNY, and then discussed. Chevalier reveals that he regrets never having a child, and states that loving what one does in life the secret to success. 
Chevalier states the importance of God in his life, and his love for his mother...his alcoholic father who left home when he was 8 years old, only seeing him one more time years later. 

The program ends on a happy note with Maurice, David and the audience all singing "Louise." 


                                                            
#9969: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-10-21, WNEW, 67 min.
David Frost, Altovise Davis, Sammy Davis Jr

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. 

Sammy Davis Jr is the only guest, his second of four 90 minute broadcasts he has done with David Frost (first broadcast was in February 1970). 

At one point in the program Sammy Davis Jr. tells David, "You're the only man I would do a 90 minute show with."

Sammy and David get into a myriad of subjects, including 
Sammy Davis Jr's earliest films, one with Ethel Waters, his present interest in not getting involved with politics, his reducing his cigarette habit from three packs a day to eight cigarettes a day, his drinking habit hanging out with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, impressions of favorites, John Garfield, and Jose Ferrer, Orson Welles, demonstrating to David Frost his gun drawing ability, and mimicking the walks of western heroes like Steve McQueen and Robert Mitchum. Sammy does an eight minute demonstration of tap dancing and styles of Bill Robinson, Gene Kelly, and Fred Astaire. Altovise Davis new wife of Sammy joins Sam and David on stage.    

Songs sung by Sammy Davis Jr. include,

"This Time," "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You,"
"What Kind of Fool am I?" "I've Gotta Be Me," 
"Bein' Natural, Bein' Me."  

NOTE: 

Both versions (ATA#7035 & 9969) of this TV Audio Air Check  
title were evaluated for best  original analog recording.
A lot of time had to be devoted to restoring this "lost" broadcast to its best audio quality. Issues faced, and corrected greatly, included improving and creating this new master correcting pitch,  reduction of rumble, crackle, eliminating most static, improving variations of volume changes, eliminating most extraneous dropout clicks.
                                                                                                                                   
#7035: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-10-21, WNEW, 00 min.
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, David Frost, Sammy Davis Jr, Altovese

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. 

Sammy Davis is the only guest of David Frost for a full 90 minute program (see ATA #9969). Subjects discussed include his recent marriage to Altovese, his impression that he is the first black cowboy, his impression and friendships with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin...the Rat Pack and other lively topics.                       
#7899: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-10-25, SYN, 90 min.
David Frost, Spiro T. Agnew

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.   

Vice President Spiro T. Agnew is the guest.            
#9966: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-10-29, SYN, 36 min.
Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman, David Frost

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. 

Actor Paul Newman discusses his career, his diet, politics, etc. David Frost and Paul Newman view a clip from an early television drama (October 18, 1955) Newman acted in as a boxer, directed by Arthur Penn, and comments on his preparation for such an early role in his career. Other clips are viewed and discussed including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Newman directing his wife Joanne Woodward in the film Rachel, Rachel. Newman states that the success to his long marriage to his wife is that they have almost nothing in common.  
Frost asks Newman "what makes a woman attractive." 
Other topics discussed including Paul Newman's interest in getting involved with social and  political issues and backing certain candidates, influences in life, and what he envisions for his future.  
                                                            
#16491: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-11-04, WNEW, 54 min.
Bill Dana, Ed Sullivan, Clark Gable, Don Adams, David Frost, Don Rickles, Hal Frazier, Akim Tamiroff

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.
Sadly almost 300 or these original telecasts (recorded on 2" Quadraplex Video Tape, were wiped and are now considered forever lost because myopic executives considered these programs as ephemeral, and did not envision these broadcasts as viable future money makers. They also failed to realize the historic significant importance of these interviews and opted instead to recycle the master reels saving not only space in storage but as a value concept of not having to purchase a new $500 video tape for other broadcasts to follow. 

First question by host David Frost is how both Don's first met, followed by a myriad of topics including early childhood memories, early jobs taken, the initial night club years, including recreating part of the act Rickles did doing some of his early impressions of Clark Gable and Akim Tamiroff. 

Don Rickles remembers his impressions when first visiting the UK, and Frost is good natured when being mimicked by Rickles regarding certain English customs. Don remembers working with Clint Eastwood on a picture filmed in Yugoslavia. 

Don Adams discusses his character Maxwell Smart form his series Get Smart and how such character began to rule his real life mannerisms and behavior. Other Don Adams anecdotes, include working with his dear friend and partner Bill Dana, and how the phrase "Would You Believe" first evolved. 

Protégé singer Hal Frazier is discussed by Don Rickles. He sings "Those Are My Favorite Things."

Don Adams and Don Rickles share memories when each served in the military. Adams further discusses his penchant for collecting and reading Military History and his admiration for Robert E. Lee. David Frost introduces outtakes from an upcoming TV Special with Don Rickles in scenes satirizing the classic movies, The Jazz Singer, and Prisoner of Zenda. 

Both Don's express the admiration for Ed Sullivan and relate anecdotes about him. Further anecdotes about both Don Rickles and Don Adams wives. Adams mentions that he is awaiting the adoption of a child and mentions his fear of flying and his past relationship with a stripper.     

Dupe of 7036                                                                                     
#7036: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1970-11-04, WNEW, 69 min.
Bill Dana, Ed Sullivan, Clark Gable, Don Adams, David Frost, Don Rickles, Hal Frazier, Akim Tamiroff

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.
Sadly almost 300 or these original telecasts (recorded on 2" Quadraplex Video Tape, were wiped and are now considered forever lost because myopic executives considered these programs as ephemeral, and did not envision these broadcasts as viable future money makers. They also failed to realize the historic significant importance of these interviews and opted instead to recycle the master reels saving not only space in storage but as a value concept of not having to purchase a new $500 video tape for other broadcasts to follow. 

First question by host David Frost is how both Don's first met, followed by a myriad of topics including early childhood memories, early jobs taken, the initial night club years, including recreating part of the act Rickles did doing some of his early impressions of Clark Gable and Akim Tamiroff. 

Don Rickles remembers his impressions when first visiting the UK, and Frost is good natured when being mimicked by Rickles regarding certain English customs. Don remembers working with Clint Eastwood on a picture filmed in Yugoslavia. 

Don Adams discusses his character Maxwell Smart form his series Get Smart and how such character began to rule his real life mannerisms and behavior. Other Don Adams anecdotes, include working with his dear friend and partner Bill Dana, and how the phrase "Would You Believe" first evolved. 

Protégé singer Hal Frazier is discussed by Don Rickles. He sings "Those Are My Favorite Things."

Don Adams and Don Rickles share memories when each served in the military. Adams further discusses his penchant for collecting and reading Military History and his admiration for Robert E. Lee. David Frost introduces outtakes from an upcoming TV Special with Don Rickles in scenes satirizing the classic movies, The Jazz Singer, and Prisoner of Zenda. 

Both Don's express the admiration for Ed Sullivan and relate anecdotes about him. Further anecdotes about both Don Rickles and Don Adams wives. Adams mentions that he is awaiting the adoption of a child and mentions his fear of flying and his past relationship with a stripper.                                                                             
#7037: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-01-04, WNEW, 70 min.
Bill Cosby, David Frost, Herb Edelman

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.  

Thiry three year old Bill Cosby is the solo guest and does most of the talking about his life, and philosophy of comedy. Topics include...his favorite comedians in film, television and stand-up. His admiration is expressed for Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, Jimmy Durante, Jack Benny, Jerry Lewis, Willie Best, and especially Jonathan Winters. Cosby reflection the perception of children including his five year old daughter Erica. Bill states that he waited long and hard to finally have a son, his third child.
Bill remembers his years at Temple University at a time when he wanted to become a teacher. But  overshadowing such ambition was his love for stand up comedy, listening incessantly to records by comics and remembering what he felt was funny. He parodied routines by Lenny Bruce and Bob Newhart, Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. 
Cosby reflects on working his first jobs in dinky bars and doing a routine about an 80 year old infirmed man who insisted on rolling his own cigarettes. He recalls working in Greenwich Village at the Gaslight for $100 a week.   
Bill discusses what his motivation was creating his famous routine of Noah and the Ark. 
We are introduces to a clip from a Bill Cosby Show to be aired. Noted is Bill's love of sports in his life from the time he was a youngster, growing up poor and having no Christmas tree, his dislike for reading books, never doing homework, and living on welfare.   

Bill taks to David Frost about his own children and the trials raising them with many humorous "father" anecdotes revealed.  
Also remembered are his extended family and confrontations he had with his mother and father.

Another clip is shown from a Bill Cosby Show, a routine about quitting smoking with Herb Edelman. A  Youngster brought to the show, Brian Vernell, does the "Chicken Heart"  routine verbatim  right from a Bill Cosby comedy album.   

Frost is shocked to hear that Bill Cosby is planning to retire from show business, leaving his series after two seasons. Cosby states that he and his wife Camille plan to move to Massachusetts  where he will be enrolling in the University of Massachusetts. He would love to work with children as a teacher...his way. 

Note: Some slight transmission noise on track when originally broadcast, which while present does not diminish the clean direct line recording. 
                                                                
#7038: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-02-10, WNEW, 00 min.
Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, David Frost

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.                                                     
#7039: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-03-02, WNEW, 72 min.
Ruby Keeler, Irving Caesar, Bobby Van, Helen Gallagher, Patsy Kelly, David Frost, Jack Gilford, Susan Watson, Donald Saddler, Roger Rathburn

July 7, 1969-July 14, 1972 WNEW / WPIX (NY) TV (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.   

David Frost hosts one of his most memorable ensemble broadcasts in the series (a lost broadcast) with a rare tribute to a Broadway revival play, NO NO NANETTE. The complete cast visits Frost with individual anecdotes and remembrances including sole survivor, Irving Caesar, lyricist, of the original 1924 play. 

Ruby Keeler recalls her reaction as performer on opening night, and remembers working in films with co-star of the play, Patsy Kelly.
A clip of a movie Keeler appeared in, PAGE MISS GLORY, is played and discussed. Kelly, also discusses her past movie career and there are clips played and discussed. 

Irving Caesar discusses his long career and his relationship with Al Jolson, and George Gershwin. He recalls how he came to write 'TEA FOR TWO' with Gershwin when they were 18 and 19 years old. Caesar sings the entire song, "TEA FOR TWO." He recalls other hits including "I WAS SO YOUNG YOU WERE SO BEAUTIFUL," and "SWANEE RIVER" which was played for Al Jolson for the first time by George Gershwin at a party. Irving Caesar sings "SWANEE RIVER." 

A medley of songs are sung by Helen Gallagher including, "THIS CAN'T BE LOVE," "WHO STOLE MY HEART AWAY," and "THIS CAN'T BE LOVE." Helen discusses her role as the character Lucy in the play, 'NO NO NANETTE," and remembers her early career as a dancer. 

Bobby Van remembers first dancing when he was 15 years old, and later working with Busby Berkeley on a movie where he had to hop 4000 times in a number. Bobby Van tells how he derived the name Van from movie actor Van Johnson. He also, reminds David Frost of a forgettable movie he made in 1966, "THE NAVY VS THE NIGHT MONSTERS." 

Choreographer Donald Saddler discusses the origin to the "BEACH BALL" number and reteams with Helen Gallagher to do a dance. 

Jack Gliford sings "YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVE." He discusses his love of pantomime, and that he has incorporated  acting techniques by observing animals and their actions.
 
Susan Watson sings, "I'M OLD FASHIONED," the song she sang to get her part in 'NO NO NANETTE." 

Roger Rathburn, in his only guest TV appearance ever, sings "HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES?" 

The entire cast sings "I WANT TO BE HAPPY," as David Frost thanks the cast  and bids his live audience and TV audience, "Good Night."                                                                                                  
#7040: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-03-09, WNEW, 72 min.
Tony Bennett, David Frost

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.   

David Frost's only guest this evening is singer Tony Bennett. 

Bennett sings numerous songs on the show backed by his own orchestra. They include, "Shadow of your Smile," "I Left My Hear in San Francisco," "Rags to Riches," "The Lady is in Love with You," "I'll Begin Again," "When You're Smiling," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "Theme From Love Story," others.
Bennett recounts the thrill of recording the theme from "Love Story" in England with a 107 piece London Philharmonic orchestra behind him. 

David Frost and Tony Bennett talk about a myriad of topics, including Bennett's childhood, growing up in Astoria Queens, his siblings, the different Nationalities in his neighborhood, which strengthened him as a youth, the 69th division army band he was a member, his very first  girl friend, who encouraged him to become a singer, religion in his youth as an alter boy, and an anecdote related to the first singing "gig" he remembers performing as a 6 year old when he and his brother sang at the opening of the Tri-Borough Bridge with Mayor La Guardia in attendance. 

Tony Bennett takes questions from the audience. He remembers Pearl Bailey giving him his first professional opportunities. David Frost reads a poem that Bailey wrote to Bennett called "TAKE TIME."

Additional anecdotes include Bob Hope who changed his marquee name to Tony Bennett and took him on tour, how Tony first was introduced to his signature song, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," and coming in second to Rosemary Clooney competing on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts Radio Program. Frost and Bennett view a clip from the motion picture, "THE OSCAR," in which Tony does a very dramatic scene. Tony discusses his dramatic acting ambitions, his penchant for painting locations where he performs all around the world, and his admiration for the music by The Beetles. Tony sings a medley of Beetle tunes. 
When asked by Frost who his favorite singers are, Bennett mentions, Louis Armstrong and Frank Sinatra.

Concluding the show Tony Bennett dedicates to David Frost and sings, "Who Can I Turn To?"

A Complete broadcast minus commercials.                                                                                                                   
#9968: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-03-12, SYN, 40 min.
David Frost, Joan Baez, Gabriel Baez Harris, Gabriel Harris

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 Joan Baez discusses her objections to the United States penal system and why people become criminals. Audience participation becomes heated at times questioning Baez' points of view which deals with her philosophy of love to others regardless of their offenses. There are parallel's to the atrocities that the United States government are perpetrating on innocent people in Viet Nam. 

She also discusses her goals and ambitions.

Joan sings "Heaven Help Us All," and "Gabriel and Me."

Joan's 8 month old son, Garbriel joins the show. Frost attempts to communicated with Gabriel who is quite responsive.                                                                                                                                          
#7041: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-05-24, WNEW, 00 min.
Pearl Bailey, David Frost

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.   

 

                                                                                                      
#5916: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-06-23, N/A, 78 min.
Stephen Sondheim, Gene Nelson, John McMartin, James Goldman

July 7, 1969-July 14, 1972 (Syndicated). A ninety minute talk show hosted by David Frost. Approximately 750 shows were taped. Most shows broadcast in 1970 are mysteriously non-existent.

A salute to the Broadway musical "Follies." Guests also talk about their past careers.
#7042: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-07-07, WNEW, 19 min.
Bix Beiderbecke, Benny Goodman, David Frost, Arturo Toscanini

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.  

Benny Goodman  plays a number of clarinet solos and in conversation with David Frost discusses many memories and anecdotes related to his life including when he began first playing the clarinet at age nine, his first work doing an impression of Ted Lewis playing "When My Baby Smiles at Me," early influences in his life such as King Oliver and other well known orchestras at the time, his memorable meeting with Bix Beiderbecke, wonderful memories during his reign at the Paramount Theatre, and the privilege of playing with Toscanini.

 

                                                                                                                                             
#7044: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-07-21, WNEW, 00 min.
Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, David Frost, James Darren, Eddie Kendricks, Brewer And Shipley, Willie Morris, Edwin Yoder

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.   

A salute to Louis Armstrong after his recent death.

Dupe Of 5196. 

 

                                                                                                                                             
#5196: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE: A TRIBUTE TO LOUIS ARMSTRONG
1971-07-21, WNEW, 72 min.
Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, David Frost, Tyree Glenn, Billy Taylor

July 7, 1969 - July 14, 1972

A tribute to the late Louis Armstrong features highlights from three of the four broadcasts Armstrong did as guest of David's past shows. Armstrong performs "Hello Dolly!," "Moon River," "Blueberry Hill" (with Bing Crosby), "I Surrender Dear," "Wonderful World," "Mood Indigo," "Sleepy Time Down South,"  "That's My Desire," and "Boy From New Orleans."

Louis Armstrong and David Frost discuss many topics...Armstrong's youth, first introduction to music (we hear a brief excerpt of Louis" first record), and his philosophy on women, wives, friendships, work and appreciation of living life with passion. 

In a contemporary segment, David Frost's Musical Director, Billy Taylor, states what he feels were unique characteristics about Louis Armstrong as an artist.                         
#7043: DAVID FROST SHOW, THE
1971-11-08, WNEW, 70 min.
David Frost, Sammy Davis Jr

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.  

NOTE: This was Sammy Davis Jr.'s third 90 minute solo guest   appearances on The David Frost Show, taped in Los Angeles (First two guest shots were taped in New York). Frost introduces Davis Jr. as "the greatest entertainer in the world."

Sammy Davis  talks about religion and his conversion to Judaism...his best early Hollywood pals, Tony Curtis and Jeff Chandler. He discusses at length his automobile accident (Nov. 19, 1954) losing the sight of one eye. His ordeal and remembrance of what transpired after the accident. Sammy claims to be the first Black Cowboy on the screen, and demonstrates with David Frost in a very funny spot, how to throw a punch in films that looks real to the camera. Discussion about his first producing TV film "The Trackers." A clip is shown and discussed. Sammy sings a number of songs including, "Bess, O Where's My Bess?" from "Porgy and Bess," and "Bojangles," and relates to Frost its true meaning. Davis does impressions and reveals the difficult ones he has never been able to do...giving praise to other impressionists who have mastered the art. 
              APPEARANCES ON THE DAVID FROST SHOW
March 10, 1970 ?
May 11, 1970
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November 8, 1971
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