Dinah's guests are entertainer Carol Channing, actress Vernee Watson, actor Michael Keaton, singers Robert Palmer and Pattie Brooks. In a taped segment Carol Channing narrates a fur fashion show in New York.
Robert Palmer sings "Every Kinda People".
Pattie Brooks sings "After Dark".
Dinah's guests are actor Charlton and his wife Lydia Heston, actress Valerie Perrine, singer-actress Bernadette Peters, tennis star Nels Van Patten and painter Helen Harris.
Bernadette Peters sings "I Don't Know Why."
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Debbie Reynolds, actress Eva Gabor, General Hospital actress Denise Alexander, Italian film actress Marilu Tolo, Dr. Joyce Brothers, comedian David Sayh and Dr. Barbara Edelstein, who discusses dieting. Also: a wig fashion show.
Dinah sings "Don't Wish Too Hard."
Dinah's guests are actor Mike Farrell, actresses Jaime Lyn Bauer and Roxie Roker, England Dan and John Ford Coley. teacher George Muldoon and pediatrician Dr. Jack Shiller.
Dinah's guests are actor Earl Holliman, comedienne Betty White, actress Kristy McNichol and her brother actor Jimmy McNichol, Kathy Coon author of "The Dog Intelligence Test" and nutritionist Sarah Jane Anderson.
Kristy sings "Slow Dance."
Dinah's guests are comedian Jan Murray, actress Lorraine Gary, comic Skip Stephenson, Nanette Newman author of "God Bless Love", aluminum-manufacturer representative Susan Burke, Dr. Mary Ann Bartusis author of "Every Other Man" and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Skip sings "Good Hearted Woman."
Dinah's guests are actors Dirk Benedict and Joe LaDue, singer Lou Rawls, game show host Jack Barry, actress Nancy Dussault, singer-actress Karen Morrow, comedian Lonnie Shorr and nutrionist Sarah Jane Anderson.
Karen Morrow sings "You've Got a Friend" and "Come In From the Rain".
Dinah's guests are actor Nick Nolte, actresses Valerie Perrine and Pamela Sue Martin, tennis player Nels Van Patten, comic Ricky Jay, singer-songwriter Caroline Peyton and butcher Merle Ellis.
Caroline Peyton sings "Together".
Dinah sings "One of a Kind" and "As Time Goes By".
Dinah's guests are actress Cloris Leachman and daughter Dinah Englund, game show host Monty Hall and his daughter Joanna Gleason, actor James Woods, Dr. Wayne Dyer and butcher Merle Ellis.
From the Kings Island Amusement Park near Cincinnati. Dinah's guests are singer Vic Damone, actor Anson Williams, comedian Joey Bishop, singer Smokey Robinson and the cast of "New York, New York".
Dinah's guests are K.C. and the Sunshine Band, actress Bernadette Stanis, actor Grant Goodeve, singer Eddie Rabbitt, comic George Miller, musician Jimmy 'Bo' Horne and consumer adviser Michele Wetmore.
KC and the Sunshine Band perform "Boogie Shoes".
Jimmy performs "Dance Across the Floor".
Dinah visits a celebrity cook-off for the National March of Dimes. Guests include Gregory Peck, Dick Clark, Jane Wyatt, Frankie Avalon, Ed McMahon, Natalie Cole and her mother Maria Cole, Maya Angelou, Roosevelt Grier, Betty White, Allen Ludden, Vidal Sassoon and Beverly Sassoon, Rosemarie Stack, Mildred Knopf and Chef Jacques Pepin.moreless
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Guillaume, comedian Norm Crosby, baseball star Johnny Bench, singer Samantha Sang, wine expert Dennis Overstreet and and clarinetist Gloria Feldman
Samantha Sang sings "You Keep Me Dancing."
Dinah's guests are actor Michael Caine, actress Maggie Smith, comedienne-actress Joyce DeWitt, Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Dinah sings "Alfie" and "Jean."
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Florence Henderson, singer Jack Jones, heart surgeon Dr. Christiaan Barnard, songwriter Joseph Brooks and the musical group Redd and pop duo Hedwig and Crossley.
Hedwig & Crossley perform "Ain't No Man Worth It".
Jack Jones sings "One".
Dinah's guests are comedienne-actress Nanette Fabray, actors Jerry Orbach and Joe Ladue, actress Caren Kaye and Dr. Bessie Dituri author of "The Right Diet".
Jerry Orbach sings "Try To Remember".
Dinah's guests are comedian Martin Mull, game show host Bob Barker, model-actress Barbara Bach, singer Allan Clarke, writer Vickie Seavers, Andrew Tobias journalist-author of "The Only Investment Guide You'll Ever Need" and Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne. Also from Six Flags Over Texas, Anson Williams appears with talent-contest finalists.
Allan Clarke sings "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother".
Dinah sings "Come in From the Rain".
Dinah's guests are actress Elizabeth Ashley, actors Steve Landesberg and Bruce Boxleitner, singers Yvonne Elliman and Mary Donnelly and Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne. Taped segment from Six Flags over Texas, Anson Williams appears with talent-contest participants.
Yvonne Elliman sings "If I Can't Have You".
Mary Donnelly sings "Sally Go 'Round the Roses."
Dinah's guests are actress Joan Hackett, actors Jack Albertson and David Doyle, Sam Dunaway, William Stevens, Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne and travel expert Marty Leshner. Taped segment from Six Flags Over Texas, Anson Williams appears with talent-contest participants.
Dinah sings "It Might As Well Be Spring".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Lucille Ball and her daughter actress Lucie Arnaz and husband producer Gary Morton, writer-director Carl Reiner and Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne. Taped segment from Six Flags Over Texas Anson Williams appears with talent-contest finalists.
Lucie sings "There's No Business Like Show Business".
Dinah's guests are singers Marie Osmond and Jimmy Osmond, actor Parker Stevenson, comedian Dan Rowan, folksinger-songwriter Gene Cotton, aerobics guru Jacki Sorensen and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Gene Cotton sings "Before My Heart Finds Out".
Dinah's guests are actors Mark Hamill, Gary Burghoff and Nicholas Hammond, actress Quinn Cummings, magician Doug Henning and candy maker Patricia Kulla.
Gary sings a medley of "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "I'll Seeing You".
Dinah sings "Just the Way You Are".
Dinah's guests are producer-director Mel Brooks, actress Cloris Leachman, game show host Bert Convy, actor Ron Carey and composer John Morris.
Bert sings "Danny Boy".
Dinah sings "Mr. Wonderful".
From the Filmex Film Festival in Los Angeles. Dinah's salutes the film F.I.S.T. with Sylvester Stallone, Rod Steiger, Michael Douglas, Peter Strauss, Peter Boyle, Brenda Vaccaro, James Brolin, Tony Lo Bianco, Martin Mull, Paul Michael Glaser, Dan Haggerty, Melinda Dillon and director Norman Jewison.
Dinah's guests are comedienne Lucille Ball who remembers her one date with Orson Welles and his memory of the occasion differs from hers, actor-writer-director Orson Welles, actor Dick Van Dyke recollects something else again about Welles' being "The Shadow" and actress Sally Struthers.
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are Country singer Roy Clark, singer Vic Damone, comedian Shecky Greene, comic Tom Dreesen and illusionist Ricky Jay.
Vic Damone sings "Easy to Love".
Roy Clark sings "Must You Throw Dirt in My Face?"
Dinah sings "Since I Fell For You".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are singer Tennessee Ernie Ford, pianist Victor Borge, singer-actor Anson Williams, singer-actor-dancer Bobby Van, actress Elaine Joyce, singer Jerry Vale and Bobby Berosini and his trained monkeys.
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are comedian Don Rickles, actress Loretta Swit, comedienne Minnie Pearl, singer Ginette Reno, juggler Kris Kemo and the Oak Ridge Boys.
Loretta Swit sings "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
Ginette Reno sings "Maybe This Time"
Oak Ridge Boys perform "You're the One".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are entertainer Liberace, singer-dancer Juliet Prowse, puppeteer Barclay Shaw, tennis star Bjorn Borg, comedian Jackie Gayle, singer Denise Clemente and fashion designer Sterling St. Jacques.
Liberace performs "Dixie".
Denise Clemente sings "Mama".
Dinah sings "Sweet Music Man".
Dinah's guests are actresses Bonnie Franklin, Valerie Perrine, Karen Grassle, and Britt Ekland and mime Toni Attell. Also: a fashion show.
Dinah's guests are actor Eddie Albert, comedienne Joan Rivers, Country singer Tom T. Hall, game show host Alex Trebek, businessman Billy Carter and beer expert Frank Dickens.
Tom sings "I Wish I Loved Somebody Else, Not You" and "It May Be Peanuts to You, But It's Love to Us".
Dinah's guests are actress Kim Darby, game show host Monty Hall, comedian Johnny Dark, singer-actress Allyn Ann McLerie, nutrition expert Dr. Bruce Gillis and rock group Wild Cherry.
Wild Cherry performs "Funky Music".
Dinah sings "Here's That Rainy Day".
Dinah's guests are comedian Rich Little, singer-songwriter-comedian Phil Harris, Mary Livingston Benny, wife of Jack Benny, singer Anne Murray, violinist Noel Pointer and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Anne Murray sings "Walk Right Back".
Dinah's guests are actress Bonnie Franklin, Country singer Mel Tillis, entertainer Charo and The Fifth Dimension.
Fifth Dimension perform "Boogie Nights" and "Goin' Through the Motions".
Dinah's guests are actress Jill Clayburgh, actor Stacy Keach, bandleader Lawrence Welk, comedian Norm Crosby, game show host Bob Barker, Dr. Jack Schiller author of "Childhood Injury - A Common Sense Approach", The Lawrence Welk Show regulars The Aldridge Sisters and The Otwell Brothers.
Aldridge Sisters & Otwell Brothers musical group, who sing "In Them Old Cottonfields Back Home."
Dinah's guests are comedian Martin Mull, hairstylist Vidal Sassoon and his wife Beverly Sassoon, Country singer Charley Pride, singer Jim Stafford and Henry Abel.
Charley Pride sings "Someone Loves You Honey" and "Days of Our Lives".
Dinah sings "Far Away Places".
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Pat Boone and his daughter singer Debby Boone, actor Ron Howard, game show host Allen Ludden, pianist Barbara Carroll, comedian Ricky Jay and The Temptations.
Barbara Carroll performs "Isn't She Lovely?"
The Temptations sing "Think For Yourself".
Dinah's guests are actress Patty Duke, TV host Alan Hamel, comedienne Elayne Boosler, consumer affairs expert David Horowitz, actress Susan Newman daughter of Paul Newman, pop group Player, hotel manager Peter Stafford and Chef Anton Mosimann.
Player performs "Baby Come Back".
Dinah salutes the new leading ladies of the movies with guests actresses Sondra Locke, Didi Conn, Jenny Agutter, Melinda Dillon and Karen Lynn Gorney and martial arts instructor Emil Farkus.
Dinah sings "Midnight Blue".
Don Meredith fills in for Dinah as substitute host, guests are actor Mike Connors, bandleader Lawrence Welk, actresses Cathy Lee Crosby and Yvonne Wilder, comedian Kelly Monteith, singer-songwriter Bruce Roberts, card trickster Bodine Belasco, Jazz sax player Eddie Bayard's Bourbon Street Five.
Highlights: Eddie Bayard's Bourbon Street Five perform "San Antonio Shout."moreless
Dinah's guests are actor Ricardo Montalban, TV host David Frost, Captain and Tennille, singer Kathie Lee Johnson, game show host Bob Barker and animal trainer John Sehrer.
Captain and Tennille perform "Lady Bug".
Dinah sings "Nobody Does It Better".
Dinah's guests are actress Jean Stapleton, comedian Bill Cosby, actor Richard Lawson, singer Lucy Simon, Ed Shien and the Starland Vocal Band.
Starland Vocal Band performs "Late Nite Radio" and "Afternoon Delight".
Lucy sings "I Heard You Say Come Back".
Dinah's guests are actress Genevieve Bujold, Family actors Kristy McNichol and Gary Frank, Country singer Marty Robbins, comedienne Dody Goodman, comics Tom Dreesen and Yvon Deschamps.
Marty Robbins sings "Don't Let Me Touch You" and "Singing the Blues."
Dinah's guests are singer Natalie Cole, actor William Shatner and his wife Marcy Lafferty, game show host Alex Trebek and his wife Elaine, actor Tom Hallick, comedienne Dody Goodman, comedian Jay Leno and singer Gilles Rivard.
Natalie Cole sings "Keeping a Light".
Gilles Rivard sings "Carnival".
Dinah sings "Snowbird".
Dinah's guests are comedian Milton Berle, comedienne Dody Goodman, actress Mackenzie Phillips, singer-actor Anson Williams, football's Terry Bradshaw, skater Jo Jo Starbuck, magician Harry Blackstone Jr. and singer Ginette Reno.
Ginette Reno sings "If You Go Away."
Dinah's guests are actors Wayne Rogers, Robert Guillaume and Robert Hegyes, actress Kristy McNichol, comedienne Dody Goodman, singer David Gates, comic Yvon Deschamps and consumer affairs reporter David Horowitz.
David Gates sings "The Goodbye Girl".
Robert Guillaume sings "The Way We Were".
Dinah's guests are actor William Shatner and his wife Marcy Lafferty, actor Robert Fuller, comedian Dick Martin, comedienne Dody Goodman, game show host Alex Trebek, singer Patsy Gallant, comic Yvon Deschamps and columnist Marilyn Beck.
Patsy Gallant sings "Sugar Daddy".
Dinah sings "Canada".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, sportscaster Don Meredith, singer Maureen McGovern, actress Caren Kaye, the musical group Tavares, tax authority Cathy Horne and yo-yo expert George Humphreys.
Tavares performs "The Ghost of Love," "More than a Woman".
Maureen McGovern sings "Never Have to Say Goodbye Again".
Dinah sings "All of Me".
From Chicago. Dinah's guests are TV talk show hosts Phil Donahue and Irv Kupcinet, newspaper columnists Maggie Daly and Aaron Gold, tennis players Virginia Wade, Rosemary Casals and Wendy Turnbull and football player Walter Payton. Also: a fur fashion show.
Dinah sings "Chicago".
Dinah's guests are actors Richard Benjamin and Richard Jordan, sportscasters Don Meredith and Dick Enberg and the musical duo Bill & Boyd.
Bill & Boyd sing "So Sad."
Dinah's guests are actress Nanette Fabray, singer Isaac Hayes, actor Norman Fell, comic Alan Bursky and consumer affairs expert David Horowitz.
Isaac Hayes sings "Don't Take Your Love Away".
Dinah sings "How Deep Is Your Love?"
Dinah's guests are actor Lloyd Bridges, actress Jane Wyatt, tennis star Billie Jean King, Country singer Larry Gatlin, singer-songwriter Dan Hill and comedian Lonnie Shorr.
Larry Gatlin sings "Tomorrow".
Dan Hill sings "Sometimes When We Touch".
Dinah's guests are actor Victor French, actress Annette O'Toole, singer Samantha Sang, psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer and The Spinners.
The Spinners perform "Baby, I Need Your Love".
Samantha Sang sings "Emotion".
Dinah's guests are comedian John Byner, comedienne-actress Lucie Arnaz, actors Lou Gossett and Anson Williams, actress Caren Kaye, chef Judith Jeanson and physical-fitness authority Anne-Marie Bennstrom.
Dinah sings "Come In From the Rain."
Dinah's guests are actor Charlton Heston, actress Goldie Hawn, actor Tony Randall, Joseph Wambaugh author of "The Black Marble" and restaurateur Tony Roma.
Dinah sings "Tomorrow."
Dinah's guests are actor-dancer Fred Astaire, singers Vic Damone and Leo Sayer, game show host Allen Ludden, actor Lance Kerwin and skateboard champions Bob Skoldberg and Mike Weed.
Vic sings a medley that includes "Lady Be Good".
Leo Sayer performs "Easy to Love" and "You Make Me Feel like Dancing".
Vic and Dinah duet with "It's All Right with Me".
Dinah's guests are actress Valerie Harper, actor-dancer Bobby Van, "Dear Abby" columnist Abigail Van Buren and ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Dinah's guests are actress Mary Tyler Moore, comedian Harvey Korman, actor John Ritter, tennis instructor Henry Hines, Chef Ester Rasmussen and the Oak Ridge Boys.
The Oak Ridge Boys sings "Y'all Come Back Saloon" and "You're the One".
Dinah's guests are actress Candice Bergen, Country singer Charley Pride, game show host Bob Barker, Herbert Ross director of "The Turning Point" and the musicial duo Dave & Sugar.
Dave & Sugar sings "I'm Knee Deep in Loving You".
Charley Pride sings "Someone Loves You Honey" and "More to Me".
Dinah sings "St. Louis Blues".
Dinah's guests are actor Henry Winkler, singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen, Baseball great Reggie Jackson, bandleader Lawrence Welk, professional football player Jon Keyworth and Noel Behn author of "Big Stick-up at Brink's".
Ben Vereen sings "Another Star."
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are comedian Redd Foxx, impressionist Fred Travalena, singer-actress Donna Theodore, magician Rico, singer Vincent Asaro and The Dancin' Machine.
Donna sings "Nobody Does It Better".
Vincent Asaro sings "Cara Mia".
Dinah sings "I Cried For You".
Dinah's guests are actor Henry Winkler, singers Anthony Newley, and Melissa Manchester, director Steven Spielberg, actor Cary Guffey of Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Chef Cecilia Chiang.
Melissa sings "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore."
Dinah's guests are actress Patricia Neal, singer-actress Bernadette Peters, writer-director Carl Reiner, actress Anne Hoffman
and comic Howard Itzkowitz.
Bernadette sings "Everything Old is New Again".
Dinah sings "Diamonds and Rust".
Dinah's guests are actor David Groh, actress Susan Sullivan, comedian Dan Rowan, comic Johnny Yune, singer Patti LaBelle and Harold Robbins author of "Dreams Die First".
Dinah's guests are actor Omar Sharif, actress Barbara Eden, director Steven Spielberg and singer Nana Mouskouri. Also: a swimwear fashion show.
Nana Mouskouri sings "Yesterday's Dreams".
Dinah sings "We're All Alone".
Dinah's guests are entertainer Carol Channing, composer-lyricist Jerry Herman, comedienne Dody Goodman, singer Deniece Williams and auto mechanic Larry Burcher. Also: a boatwear fashion show.
Carol sings "So Long, Dearie".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Don Williams, game show host Allen Ludden, actress Edie McClurg, Dr. Neil Solomon, "Architectural Digest" editor Paige Rense and pop group High Inergy.
High Inergy performs "You Can't Turn Me Off (in the Middle of Turning Me On)" and "Let Me Get Close to You".
Don Williams sings "I'm Just a Country Boy".
Dinah's guests are actress Elizabeth Ashley, singer Bobby Vinton, comedian Norm Crosby, comedienne Kaye Ballard and The New Virginians.
The New Virginians perform "Celebrate".
From Miami Beach, Dinah's guests are actor Robert Fuller, comedian Dan Rowan, Country singer Barbara Mandrell, music group Sister Sledge
artist Dong Kingman, fisherman Rick Piva and champion water skiers Rick McCormick and Camille DuVall.
From Miami Beach, Dinah's guests are actor Robert Fuller, game show host Alex Trebek, singer Barbara Fairchild, comedian Tom Dreesen
disco dancer Deney Terrio, the Oak Ridge Boys, bowler Paula Sperber Carter, choreographer June Taylor and 12 Miami Dolphin Starbrites who perform a dance routine.
Dinah's guests are TV personality Dick Clark, game show host Bob Barker, singer-actress Barbara Cason, comic Skip Stephenson, the musical duo Morphis & Seamons, caterer Milton Williams and 1978 Rose Queen Maria Lynn Caron and her court.
Barbara Cason sings "Harry".
Dinah sings "Making a Good Thing Better".
Dinah welcomes celebrity married couples, actor William Shatner and Marcy Lafferty Shatner, actress Rita Moreno and Dr. Leonard Gordon, hairstylist Vidal Sassoon and Beverly Adams Sassoon and plumber Bob Payne shows how to fix some plumbing problems.
Dinah's guests are comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, Blood Sweat & Tears, actor-turned policeman Steve Collura and restauranteur Mama D and the musical duo Jackson and Palter
Dinah's guests are entertainer Charo, game show host Geoff Edwards, photojournalist Bud Greenspan, Olympic track-and-field champion Wilma Rudolph, musical group Celia, Ellen & Andy and New York restaurant manager George Morfogen.
Celia, Ellen & Andy sing "Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms."
Dinah's guests are actor Walter Matthau, actress Susan Dey, singer Jim Stafford and billiards expert Paul Gerni.
Dinah's guests are Bette Midler, Richard Thomas, comic actor Billy Crystal, opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and pianist John Wustman.
Dinah's guests are Bob Barker, Caren Kaye, singer Mark Prestwor, The Spinners, writer Judith Viorst and Los Angeles gift-shop owner Bunny Hogan.
The Spinners sing "Heaven on Earth."
Dinah's guests are producer-actor-writer-director Orson Welles, actresses Marlo Thomas, Elizabeth Ashley and Michelle Phillips.
Dinah sings "Looking For Space".
Dinah's guests are actors James Caan, Michael Caine and Edward Asner, singer Olivia Newton-John and Olivia's father Professor Bryn Newton-John.
Olivia Newton-John sings "I Honestly Love You".
Taped on location throughout California, Dinah's guests include Governor Edmund Brown Jr., comedian Redd Foxx, sportscaster Don Meredith, comedienne Ruth Buzzi, Seals and Crofts, artist LeRoy Neiman, actor Patrick Duffy, home economist Noreen Griffe, journalist Annabelle Post and elephant trainer Franz Tisch.
Dinah's guests are actors Danny Thomas, Carroll O'Connor, Alan King and Ralph Waite.
Dinah sings "You Light Up My Life".
Dinah's guests are actresses Jean Stapleton and Helen Hayes, actors Henry Winkler and Victor French and consumer affairs expert David Horowitz.
Dinah sings "Being Alive."
Dinah's guests are "McCloud" star Dennis Weaver, "Let's Make a Deal" host Bob Barker, actor Victor French, singer Debby Boone, comic James Aleck and zoologist Jim Fowler.
Debby sings "You Light Up My Life".
Dinah's guests are actor John Astin, comedian Jimmie Walker, actor Gary Burghoff, singer Stephen Bishop, songstress Olive Gallagher and "Architectural Digest" editor Paige Rense.
Stephen sings "On and On" and "Madge".
Olive sings "Never Be Lonely".
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Vicki Lawrence, game show host Monty Hall, actor Macdonald Carey, singer Marilyn Sokol and consumer reporter David Horowitz. Also a fashion show.
Vicki sings "Since I Fell for You."
Marilyn sings "Ah, My Sister".
Dinah's guests are Country singer Bobbie Gentry, actor Wayne Rogers, drummer Buddy Rich, model Cheryl Tiegs, actress Kay Heberle and comedienne-actress Edie McClurg.
Buddy Rich performs "Fiesta".
Bobbie & Dinah duet on "Good Times, Good Music, Good Friends".
Dinah's guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, actor Richard Deacon, singer Leif Garrett, consumer affairs expert David Horowitz and musical group Starbuck.
Leif Garrett sings "Surfin' U.S.A.".
Dinah's guests are ballet star Rudolf Nureyev and singer-actress Michelle Phillips.
Dinah sings "One".
Dinah's guests are TV personality Dick Clark, actress Annette Funicello, Country singer Conway Twitty and musical impressionists Roger & Roger.
Conway Twitty sings "It's Only Make Believe".
Dinah's guests are actress Lesley Ann Warren, actor Barry Newman, humorist Art Buchwald, actress Susan Sullivan and Marabel Morgan author of "The Total Woman".
Dinah sings "I Am Woman" and "I'm a Woman".
Dinah's guests are actor Lee Majors, actress Sally Struthers, actor James Stacy, singers Andy Gibb and Joe Croyle, consumer advocate David Horowitz, Chef and restauranteur Madame Wong and Sylvia Schulman co-authors of "Madame Wong's Long-Life Chinese Cookbook".
Andy Gibb sings "I Just Want to Be Your Everything".
Sally & Joe duet with "Midnight Blue".
Dinah's guests are actors Ed Asner and Adam Arkin, actress Jessica Lange, Jack Ford son of President Gerald Ford, R&B singer Dorothy Moore and the Oak Ridge Boys.
Dorothy Moore sings "I Believe You".
Dinah's guests are actor Gavin McLeod, comedian Martin Mull host of "Fernwood 2 Night", actress Trazana Beverly, singer-songwriter Peter McCann, Michele Evans author of "Fearless Cooking for Men" and marine biologist Craig Kavin.
Peter McCann sings "So You Wanna Make Love?"
Dinah and Martin duet with "Swinging on a Star".
Dinah's guests are comedian Redd Foxx, game show host Bob Barker, actress Cheryl Ladd, singer Barry Crocker, Renee Denise, Anne Frederic and restauranteur Wally Ganzi.
Barry sings "Love Is".
Dinah sings "Our Last Song Together" and "Love Will Keep Us Together".
Dinah welcomes the cast of Chico and the Man, actor Jack Albertson, actress Della Reese, actor Scatman Crothers, 12 year-old Gabriel Melgar and executive producer James Komack.
Scatman performs "Ain't She Sweet?" and "Ghost Riders in the Sky".
Dinah & Jack duet with "I Don't Mind Being All Alone When I'm All Alone With You".
Dinah's guests are singer Jack Jones, comedian Robert Klein, actor Richard Jordan, trumpeter Maynard Ferguson, consumer reporter David Horowitz and private investigator Sam Lowery.
Jack Jones sings "With One More Look At You".
Maynard Ferguson and his band perform the theme from "Star Wars".
Dinah welcomes the cast of "Three's Company", John Ritter, Suzanne Somers, Joyce DeWitt, Norman Fell and Audra Lindley and Gerald Walker Smith author of "Hidden Meanings".
Dinah sings "Side By Side".
Dinah's guests are actress-comedienne Betty White, actress Valerie Harper, actor Parker Stevenson, singer Denise Clemente and Sesame Street's Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Carrol Spinney who portrays both characters.
Dinah sings "Sweet Alibis".
Denise Clemente sings "What I Did For Love".