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In the series finale, Dick Clark's guests include ex-Beatle Pete Best, singer/guitarist Trini Lopez, Sarah Dash, Vegas lounge comic Cork Proctor, singer Melissa Manchester and, in pre-recorded segements, comic impressionist David Frye and the Marquis Chimps.
David Frye does impressions including Nixon, Kissinger and Rodney Dangerfield at The Comedy Store.
Dick Clark's guests include vocalist Tony Orlando and comedian Rodney Dangerfield.
Highlights include a standup routine from Dangerfield, and a tribute to late singer Bobby Darin on the fifth anniversary of his death.
Dick Clark's guests include singer Paul Anka, comedian Nipsey Russell, and female impersonator Jim Bailey.
Russell performs a standup comedy routine.
Dick Clark's guests include vocal group Peter, Paul and Mary, comedian Andy Kaufman, composer Sammy Cahn, vocalist Connie Francis, and singer Glen Campbell.
Cahn is featured in a segment recorded in a Los Angeles piano bar; Kaufman does his "immigrant doing bad impressions" routine; Francis performs a disco version of her hit "Where the Boys Are."
Dick Clark's guests included vocalist Johnny Mathis, musical group ABBA, comic Buddy Hackett, singer Neil Sedaka, comic actor Harvey Korman, impressionist David Frye, and photographer Francesco Scavullo.
Featured were Hackett and Korman doing Abbott and Costello's "Who's On First" bit, Frye perfoming stand up live at The Comedy Store, and Scavullo introducing several models he thought would make it big.
Dick Clark's guests include 50s TV comic Pinky Lee, actress/singer Rita Moreno, comedian David Brenner, comic pianist Victor Borge, and singer Crystal Gayle.
Borge introduces a piece by Chopin, but he never quite gets around to playing it.
Dick Clark's guests include singers Donna Summer and Engelbert Humperdinck, actor Telly Savalas and TV legend Sid Caesar.
Musical highlights include Summer performing "Last Dance" and "MacArthur Park" and Humperdinck singing "After the Lovin'". Caesar does standup portraying a chewing gum machine, a slot machine, and a restroom towel machine.
Dick Clark's guests include comic/actor Jimmy Walker, composer Paul Williams, comedian Billy Crystal, stuntman Steve Baker and musical group The Village People.
In highlights, eight Elvis impersonators do a salute to "The King"; Baker attempts to escape from a locked box as a speeding car aims towards him; a look at the popular world of disco; Walker does a standup routine at The Comedy Store and Crystal performs live in the studio.