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Dinah's guests are game show host Allen Ludden, actors George Montgomery and Tom Wopat, comedian Harvey Korman, actress Susan Sullivan, silent film actor Albert Cavens, Stewart Emery author of "You Don't Have to Rehearse to Be Yourself" and Gil Fates, who produced What's My Line?
Highlights: Tom sings "Part of the Plan" and "Since You Asked."moreless
Dinah's guests are producer-director-actor Orson Welles, actor Robert Wagner, comedienne Betty White and comedian Fred Willard.
Dinah's guests are game show host Bob Barker, Taxi actress Marilu Henner, magician Larry Wilson, singers Ellen March and Robert Gordon and McFadden & Whitehead.
Robert sings "Black Slacks".
McFadden & Whitehead do "Mr. Music."
Dinah's guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, comedian Jan Murray, actor Stan Shaw and the Jones Girls. Also: a back-to-school fashion show.
The Jones Girls sing "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" and "We're a Melody."
Don Meredith is the guest host. Guests are actor Fernando Lamas, actress Mariette Hartley, model Christie Brinkley, Dr. Lewis Yablonsky, Sue Horvath and pop group HOT.
HOT performs "Taking My Love For Granted".
Dinah's guests are actors Todd Bridges, Carl Weathers and Tom Wopat, basketball player turned sportscaster Bill Walton, comedian Rick Podell and singer Con Hunley.
Con performs "Since I Fell for You."
Dinah's guests are comic actor Jimmie Walker, actress Doris Roberts, actor Wings Hauser, psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer, yo-yo expert Helane Zeiger and the singing Porter Kids.
The Porter Kids perform "Copacabana."
Wings sings "Your Love Keeps Me off the Streets."
Dinah's guests are comedian Fred Willard, actresses Linda Gray and Jackie Zeman Kaufman, Country singer Cristy Lane, magician Ricky Jay and butcher Merle Ellis.
Cristy Lane, who performs "Simple Little Words."
Dinah's guests are actor Andy Griffith, actress Suzanne Pleshette, entertainer Ken Murray, Chef Dale Bard and wine expert Dennis Overstreet.
Dinah's guests are actors Sal Viscuso and Jed Allan, singer Deniece Williams, beauty expert Wilhelmina, Susan Samtur author of "Checking In at the Checkout" and musical group Foxy.
Deniece sings "I've Got the Next Dance".
Foxy performs "Hot Number" and "Get Off."
Dinah's guests are game show hosts Bob Barker and Bobby Van, actors Gil Gerard and Robert Guillaume, Chef Joe Blake, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld and basketball performer Tanya Crevier.
Dinah performs "I Just Fall in Love Again."
Dinah's guests are actors Dennis Weaver and Josh Taylor, actress Sally Kellerman, magician Mark Wilson, Country music singer Randy Boone and arm wrestler Debbie Lyle.
Dennis sings "Misty Blue".
Sally sings "Remind Me."
A salute to the movie "The Villain", Dinah's guests are actress Ann-Margret, comedian Paul Lynde, body builder-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, stuntman-director Hal Needham, stuntwoman Bonnie McPherson and Olympic medalist Gotsa Pettersson.
Dinah sings "Mean to Me".
Dinah's guests are singer Johnny Mathis, musician Doc Severinsen, trick golfer Paul Bumann, writer Jeannine Burnier and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Johnny sings "Begin the Beguine" and "When a Child Is Born."
Dinah's guests are talk show hostess Cyndy Garvey, singers Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt and The Doobie Brothers.
The Doobie Brothers perform "Minute by Minute" and "Steamer Line Breakdown".
Dinah sings "Jesse."
Dinah's guests are Country singer Conway Twitty, actor Henry Silva, actress Caren Kaye, magician Larry Wilson, England Dan & John Ford Coley and Joanne Black of American Express, who discusses the use of credit cards.
England Dan & John sing "Love Is the Answer".
Conway performs "I May Never Get to Heaven."
Dinah's guests are comedian-actor Dom Deluise, musician Chuck Mangione, the radio commercial team of Dick and Bert, restauranteur Michel Ohayon and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Dinah sings "Thou Swell".
Dinah's guests are comedian Steve Martin, singer Shaun Cassidy, actress Elizabeth Ashley and magician Ricky Jay.
Shaun Cassidy sings "You Still Surprise Me."
Dinah's guests are actors Patrick Macnee and Greg Evigan, singer-dancer Melba Moore, Country music singer John Conlee, stand-up comedian Byron Allen and psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer.
John Conlee performs "Backside of Thirty."
Melba sings "Pick Me Up and I'll Dance" and "Where Did You Ever Go?"
Dinah's guests are Buck Rogers actor Gil Gerard, Country singer Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, comedian Skip Stephenson, travel expert Marty Leshner and all-girl soul group High Inergy.
The Gatlins sing "All the Gold in California".
High Inergy does "Shoulda Gone Dancin'."
Dinah's guests are sports commentator Dick Enberg, actors Lou Ferrigno and Robert Hays, singer Thom McGhee, singer-actress Luisa Amaral-Smith, singers Karyn Quackenbush, and Linda Parish, comic Ricky Jay and ventriloquist Jay Johnson.
Karyn sings "It's Almost like Being in Love," and Linda performs to "Steam Heat."
Dinah's guests are actors Danny Thomas and Rob Reiner, comedian Arte Johnson, singers Taka Boom and John Adair and at a St. Louis amusement park, ventriloquist Jay Johnson and singer Luisa Amaral Smith.
Luisa performs "It's Gonna Be a Great Day."
Taka sings "Night Dancing".
John does "You and the Night and the Music."
Dinah's guests are actor Fernando Lamas and his son actor Lorenzo Lamas, actors James MacArthur, Don Knotts and Wesley Eure. Also: a fashion show.
Wesley Eure sings "Higher and Higher".
Dinah's guests are actors Pat Harrington and James Darren, comedian Jan Murray, classical guitarist Liona Boyd and Judith Viorst author of "Love & Guilt & the Meaning of Life, Etc."
James sings "Let Me Take You in My Arms Again."
Dinah's guests are singer-actress Rita Moreno, actress Beth Howland, comedian Steve Landesberg, jazz funk band Seawind and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Rita sings "At Long Last Love".
Seawind performs "Hold On to Love."
Dinah's guests are actor Paul Sorvino, comedienne Dody Goodman, comedian Ronnie Schell, disco group G.Q., Dorothy and Robert DeBolt the pioneering couple who find families for children with special needs and one of their daughters Karen DeBolt.
Dody sings "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah."
Dinah's guests are actors Dick Van Patten and Robby Benson, game show host Bert Convy, comedian Tom Dreesen, singer Cheryl Barnes and consumer advocate David Horowitz.
Cheryl sings "Easy to Be Hard".
Dinah, Bert and Cheryl perform a 1954 medley.
Dinah's guests are actor Dirk Benedict, singer Eddie Rabbitt, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass and The Oak Ridge Boys.
The Oak Ridge Boys sings "Sail Away."
Dinah's guests are actresses Glenda Jackson and Lesley-Anne Down, singer Dionne Warwicke and Susan Ford.
Dionne sings "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again" and "Deja Vu".
Dinah and Dionne duet on "She Loves to Hear the Music."
Dinah's guests are actors Jack Lemmon and Dennis Weaver, actress Jean Stapleton, sportscaster Don Meredith, Baseball manager Sparky Anderson and Aunt Mary Dobkin who organizes Little League teams and is the subject of a TV-movie starring Jean Stapleton.
Jean sings "Warm All Over".
Dinah does "It Might as Well Be Spring."
From St. Petersburg, Fla., Dinah's guests are director Robert Altman of the film Health and actors in the film Carol Burnett, James Garner, Glenda Jackson, Lauren Bacall, Dick Cavett and James Garner's stand-in Luis Delgado. Dick and Dinah are seen doing cameos for the movie.
Dinah's guests are singers Ray Charles and Kenny Rogers, game show hosts Alex Trebek and Bobby Van, actors Jed Allan and Deidre Hall of Days of Our Lives, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Ray and Kenny duet on "Crying Time".
Kenny sings "The Gambler".
A Salute to Motherhood. Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, actresses Loni Anderson and Margot Kidder, Country singer Barbara Mandrell, singer-actress Annette Funicello and Elaine Heffner author of "Mothering".
Barbara Mandrell sings "If Lovin' You Is Wrong, I Don't Want to Be Right".
Dinah's guests are actress Joyce DeWitt, comedian Rich Little and his mother Elizabeth Little, singers Bobby Vinton and Abbe Lane, comedian Johnny Yune and dog act Eddie Windsor and Lolo.
Bobby Vinton sings "My Life".
Joyce DeWitt sings "All the Time".
Abbe Lane sings "It's Gonna Take Some Time This Time".
Dinah sings "Lover".
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Frankie Avalon, singer-dancer Lola Falana, game show host Peter Marshall, actress Pia Zadora, disco singer Gloria Gaynor, comedian Jay Leno and ventriloquist Jay Johnson.
Frankie Avalon sings "Beauty School Dropout".
Lola Falana sings "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "You're the One That I Want".
Gloria Gaynor sings "I Will Survive".
Pia Zadora sings "Tell Him".
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are comedian Dom DeLuise, singer-dancer Lola Falana, singer Bobby Goldsboro, comedian Tom Dreesen, gymnast Dusty Ritter, The Raes and Southern Nevada Sparklers.
Lola Falana sings "Personality".
Bobby Goldsboro sings "Mexican Woman".
Dinah sings "In the Still of the Night".
Dinah's guests are comedian Flip Wilson, actor Fred Grandy, psychic Kenny Kingston, Disco singer Dennis Parker, zoologist Linda Brockhoeft and Stuart Jones of the National Peanut Council.
Dennis Parker, who performs "Like an Eagle."
Dinah's guests are comedian Flip Wilson, actress Constance Towers, TV personality Bob McAllister host of "Wonderama", Washington Post food editor Marian Burros and advertising executive Elaine Reiss. Discussion topics include the effect of TV commercials on children.
Constance Towers sings "Hello, Young Lovers".
Dinah's guests are tennis star Billie Jean King, actors Tim Matheson and Adam Rich, comedian Joey Camen, tennis fashion designer Ted Tinling and disco group Arpeggio.
Arpeggio performs "Love and Desire" and "Spellbound".
Dinah sings "Good Morning Heartache".
Dinah's guests are actress Bonnie Franklin, actors Stephen Shortridge and Jon Walmsley, singer Lisa Harrison, psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer
and Hollywood columnist Robert Osborne author of "50 Golden Years of Oscar".
Dinah sings Oscar-nominated songs, including "Last Dance".
Bonnie sings "Summer Me, Winter Me."
Dinah's guests are actors Peter Ustinov and Richard Thomas, actresses Polly Holliday and Julie Kavner, Soul singer Phyllis Hyman and French Chef Denis Lahana.
Phyllis sings "Somewhere in My Lifetime".
Dinah sings "Green Fields."
Dinah's guests are actor Christopher Plummer, actress Cheryl Ladd, Bill Gaither Trio, comedian Lonnie Shorr, butcher Merle Ellis and women's clothing executive Arthur Malsin. Also: a show of large-size fashions for women.
Cheryl Ladd sings "Missing You".
Bill Gaither Trio does "I Am Loved" and "We Have This Moment Today."
Dinah's guests are game show host Bob Barker, impressionist Fred Travalena, singer Bonnie Pointer and 1978 World Series opponents Graig Nettles and Steve Garvey, and their wives Ginger Nettles and Cyndy Garvey.
Bonnie sings "Heaven Must Have Sent You".
Dinah sings "I Only Have Eyes for You."
Dinah's guests are singer-songwriter Paul Williams, actresses Loni Anderson and Quinn Cummings, actor Jack Graiman, fashion designer Edith Head who moderates a fashion show and from Aruba, New York Yankee Graig Nettles, who talks to Little League ballplayers.
Paul sings "Close Enough for Love" and "Another Fine Mess."
Dinah's guests are actresses Barbara Eden and Valerie Bertinelli, game show host Allen Ludden, singer Kelly Garrett, comic Rick Podell, baseball player Graig Nettles and in a remote from Aruba, where he learns diving finesse from instructor Brett Osborn.
Kelly sings "More Today than Yesterday."
Dinah's guests are actors Wayne Rogers, Charles Grodin, Tony LoBianco, Barry Bostwick and Steve Guttenberg.
Dinah sings "I Love Paris."
Dinah's guests are actor Hume Cronyn and his wife actress Jessica Tandy, comedian Ronnie Schell, actor Stephen Shortridge, actress Virginia Capers, stand-up comic Jimmy Aleck and Chef Guy Denegre.
Virginia sings "Tomorrow."
Dinah sings "Two for the Road."
Dinah's guests are entertainer Charo, Country singer Marty Robbins, comedian Jay Leno, disco group Shalamar and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Shalamar performs "Take That to the Bank" and "Stay Close to Love".
Marty Robbins sings "Performer" and "Confused and Lonely".
Charo does "Stay with Me."
Dinah's guests are comedian Joey Bishop, actresses Connie Stevens and Lesley-Anne Down, singer-songwriter Dan Hartman and butcher Merle Ellis.
Dan Hartman performs "Instant Replay" and "This Is It".
Dinah's guests are TV host Dick Cavett, actor Vic Tayback, singer Melissa Manchester, actress Joyce DeWitt and TV producer Frank Bindhammer, the founder of a prison program to reform incorrigible juveniles that is documented on the TV show "Scared Straight."
Melissa sings "Knowing My Love's Alive."
Dinah's guests are comediennes Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett, singer Eydie Gorme, singer-actress Bernadette Peters, dancer-choreographer Don Crichton and fiber-producers' representative Francine Coffey, who narrates a sportswear-fashion show.
Bernadette sings "Divorce."
A salute to Dallas. Dinah's guests are cast members Patrick Duffy, Larry Hagman, Barbara Bel Geddes, Jim Davis, Victoria Principal, Linda Gray, Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval and Charlene Tilton. Also: fashion spokesman Norman Karr and dancer Don Crichton.
A salute to Taxi. Dinah's guests are cast members Judd Hirsch, Randall Carver, Jeff Conaway, Tony Danza, Danny DeVito and Marilu Henner. Also: Maren Talbot, a representative from the YWCA, shows how to disco dance on roller skates.
Jeff sings "You're My One and Only Love."
Dinah and Marilu perform "Native New Yorker."
A salute to M*A*S*H. Dinah's guests are cast members Alan Alda, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell, Loretta Swit, Gary Burghoff, Jamie Farr, David Ogden Stiers and William Christopher.
Loretta sings "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
Dinah does "Hi-Lili-Hi-Lo."
From Las Vegas. Dinah's guests are actor McLean Stevenson, singer Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, singer-actress Sarah Dash, ventriloquist Kenny Byrd, Circus act Semon's Chimps and Circus clown Peter Pitt.
Larry Gatlin sings "Heaven Is the Only Way to Fly."
From Las Vegas. Dinah's guests are Country singer Glen Campbell, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, singer Chubby Checker, comedian Lonnie Shorr, Guy Hovis and Ralna English from The Lawrence Welk Show and the Hula Hoop Championship finalists
Eartha sings "In the Beginning Woman".
Glen performs "I'm Going to Love You."
From Las Vegas. Dinah's guests are actor Gabe Kaplan, singer-actor Anson Williams, singer-actress Lorrie Mahaffey, Billy Davis Jr. & Marilyn McCoo, funk group the Jimmy Castor Bunch and magic act Carlton and Company.
Anson sings an Al Jolson medley.
From Las Vegas. Dinah's guests are comedian Rich Little, singers Vic Damone, Anne Murray and Grace Jones and crossbow act Hans Pantar and Maureen who perform a William Tell-style stunt with crossbow and apples.
Anne sings "You Needed Me".
Vic performs "All the Things You Are."
Dinah's guests are actress Suzanne Somers and her husband TV host Alan Hamel, TV personality Dick Clark and his wife Kari.
Dinah sings "Love Me Tender".
Suzanne sings "Loving You."
Dinah's guests are actors Christopher Reeve and Gary Coleman, singer Anthony Newley, game show host Bob Barker, comedian Tom Dreesen and Dr. Walter Burton, an expert on unusual musical instruments.
Anthony sings "Lunch with a Friend" and "Wouldn't That Be Nice."
Dinah's guests are actress Marilu Tolo, actor Bruce Boxleitner, singer Smokey Robinson, singer Donny Osmond and his wife Debbie Osmond, comedian Johnny Dark, TV personality Cyndy Garvey and butcher Merle Ellis.
Smokey sings "Shoe Soul."
Dinah's guests are actresses Marilu Henner and Tovah Feldshuh, comic Skip Stephenson, actor Richard Paul, sleep expert Robin Tracy, nutrionist Winifred Morice and gospel singing group The Happy Goodman Family.
The Goodmans sing "I Believe He's Coming Back" and "How Much More."
Dinah's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, game show host Bert Convy, actor Harry Morgan, comedian Norm Crosby, Opera baritone Robert Merrill, singer-actress Sarah Dash and Charlotte Chandler author of "Hello, I Must Be Going" about Groucho Marx.
Dinah and Bert duet with "One".
Robert Merrill performs "La Mattimata".
Dinah's guests are actress Lindsay Wagner, singer-actor-dancer Ben Vereen, singer Bobby Goldsboro, comedian Tom Dreesen, model-actress Sunny Griffin and photographer Charles Collum.
Ben Vereen sings "Just The Way You Are" and "Smile".
Bobby Goldsboro sings "Strange Old William".
Dinah's guests are actors Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Robert Logan, actresses Beth Howland and Marilu Henner, The Hudson Brothers and Marty Trugman.
The Hudson Brothers perform "Alone for the Weekend".
Dinah's guests are actors James Whitmore and Harrison Ford, comedienne Dody Goodman, comic Tom Dreesen, Country music singer Rex Allen Jr., American skating champions Fleurette Arseneault and Dan Littel.
Rex Allen Jr. performs "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "It's Time We Talk Things Over."
Dinah's guests are singers John Davidson and Bobby Goldsboro, actors Vic Tayback and Robert Pine, singer Diane Hester and cookbook authors Diana & Paul Von Wolanez
John Davidson sings "We're All Alone".
Bobby Goldsboro sings "Mexican Woman".
Diane Hester sings "Come In From the Rain".
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Burl Ives, singer-dancer Melba Moore, actress Karen Young, impressionist Fred Travalena, singer Peter Pringle and Harvey Rachlin author of "The Songwriter's Handbook".
Melba Moore sings "You Stepped Into My Life" and "I Got Love".
Dinah sings "Stardust".
Dinah's guests are George Montgomery, actors Henry Winkler, and Tom Wopat, actress Susan Sullivan, comedian Harvey Korman, game show host Allen Ludden, the comedy duo of Williams & Ree and author Gil Fates, who produced the game show "What's My Line?"
Tom Wopat sings "Part of the Plan."
Dinah's guests are actors Dick Van Patten and Dirk Benedict, actress Pam Dawber, comic Rick Podell, laminate ski inventor Howard Head and Chuck Hewitt of the National Space Institute.
Dinah sings "Lost in the Stars."
Dinah's guests are actor Charlton Heston, comedian Tom Dreesen, Olympic champion Bruce Jenner and his wife Chrystie, actresses Andrea McArdle and Patricia Ann Potts, "Annie" composer-lyricist Charles Strouse and children's show host Laurie Faso of "Marlo and the Magic Movie Machine".
Dinah, Andrea and Patricia Ann sing "Tomorrow".
Andrea does "You Made Me Love You."
From the Forum Auditorium in Inglewood, Cal. Dinah's guests are game show host Alex Trebek, "Ice Capades" star Richard Dwyer, characters from Sesame Street, Colin Beatty and Scarecrows, figure skaters Dianne de Leeuw, Ken Johnson and Jill Shipstad, Billboard Chart publisher Bill Wardlow, Mr. Frick the Clown, Paul Heath, Cris Harrison and Lisa Carey.moreless
A 25th-anniversary tribute to TV GUIDE. Dinah's guests are producer-director-actor Jack Webb, actor Fred MacMurray, Country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford and actress Suzanne Somers. Film clips from 1953 include an episode of "I Love Lucy."
Fred and Dinah sing "Dearie."
From Las Vegas, Dinah's guests are entertainer Wayne Newton, comedian David Brenner, singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, comedian Redd Foxx, singers Patti LaBelle and Marilyn Tolo, comic David Sayh and the Arthur Murray Dancers.
Patti LaBelle sings "Joy to Have Your Love" and "You Are My Friend".
Wayne Newton performs "Mack the Knife".
Dinah sings "Say Yes".
From Vail, Colorado. Dinah's guests are former President Gerald Ford and his daughter Susan Ford, entertainer Danny Thomas, actor Cliff Robertson and his wife actress Dina Merrill, sportscaster Joe Garagiola and Country singer Glen Campbell.
Dinah's guests are singer-actor Hal Linden, Country singer Freddy Fender, comedian George Miller, Chuck Eicher, The Sylvers and Al Palmquist, supervisor of the Minneapolis Police Department juvenile-vice squad.
Freddy Fender sings "I'm Leaving It Up to You".
The Sylvers perform "Don't Stop, Get Off".
Dinah's guests are the cast of Quincy actors Jack Klugman, Garry Walberg, Robert Ito, John S. Ragin and Val Bisoglio. Also: Joe Roman demonstrates a series of exercises and a London Fog Fashions.
Dinah's guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, journalist Barbara Walters, game show host Bob Barker, singer Marlene Ricci, airline entrepreneur Freddie Laker, travel expert Marty Leshner and Valentino Fashions.
Marlene Ricci sings "Sometimes When We Touch".
Dinah's guests are actor Robert Urich, actress Lauren Tewes, comedienne Betty White, singer Tom Sullivan, magician Ricky Jay and soul group Rose Royce.
Rose Royce performs "Love Don't Live Here Anymore".
Dinah's guests are actor George Kennedy, actress Elizabeth Ashley, game show host Bob Eubanks, singer Evelyn "Champagne" King and Arthur Schlesinger Jr. author of "Robert Kennedy and His Times".
Evelyn sings "Shame" and "I Don't Know."
Dinah's guests are actresses Rue McClanahan and Connie Stevens, singer Anna Maria Alberghetti, model Twiggy, skin expert Ole Henriksen and psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer. Also: a fashion show for pregnant women.
Anna Maria Alberghetti sings "More".
Dinah sings "A Child of Mine".
Dinah's guests are game show host Bob Barker, actresses Brooke Shields and Debra Clinger, Country singer Hoyt Axton, Hollywood columnist James Bacon and Adolfo with a fashion show.
Hoyt sings "Evangelina" and "In a Young Girl's Mind."
Dinah's guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actress Loretta Swit, comedian Dick Shawn, dog trainer Chuck Eisenmann and language instructor Michel Thomas.
Dinah and Loretta sing "The French Lesson."
Dinah's guests are actress Loni Anderson, actor Edward Winter, sportscaster Jayne Kennedy, singer Priscilla Lopez, actress Kathryn Witt and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Priscilla sings "I Never Meant to Hurt You".
Dinah's guests are actors Robert Fuller and Arnold Schwarzenegger, director Hal Needham, comedian Jan Murray and football's Elvis Peacock.
Dinah sings "Every Little Movement."
Dinah's guests are the cast of Rhoda, Valerie Harper, Julie Kavner, Nancy Walker, Ken McMillan, Ray Buktenica, Nancy Lane and butcher Merle Ellis who demonstrates how to butterfly shrimp.
Dinah sings "Manhattan".
Dinah's guests are the cast of All in the Family, Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Danielle Brisebois, Producer Norman Lear and legendary actress Bette Davis
Dinah's guests are the cast of Alice actresses Linda Lavin, Polly Holliday, Beth Howland, actor Vic Tayback and Philip McKeon and consumer advocate Winifred Morice.
Dinah's guests are the cast of One Day At a Time, Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Valerie Bertinelli, Pat Harrington and author Dr. Gerald Walker discusses his book "Hidden Meanings."
Bonnie sings "Something Wonderful."
Dinah visits with the cast of "Centennial" actors Raymond Burr, Robert Conrad and Chad Everett, actress Barbara Carrera and wine merchant Dennis Overstreet and hog caller Howard Snider.
Dinah sings a medley that includes "My Old Kentucky Home."
Dinah's guests are actresses Jaclyn Smith and Michelle Phillips, actor John Forsythe, columnist Army Archerd and the comedy team of Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon. Also: a fashion show.
Dinah's guests are TV personality Dick Clark, comedian George Carlin, singer Sarah Vaughan, singer-songwriter Carole Bayer Sager, stuntman Dar Robinson and butcher Merle Ellis.
Carole Bayer Sager sings "It's the Falling in Love".
Sarah Vanghan sings "Easy Living".
Dinah and Sarah sing a medley of "Keepin' Out of Mischief" and "Ain't Misbehavin'".
Dinah's guests are singing duo Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., film director Jules Dassin and his wife actress Melina Mercouri, comedian Les Sinclair, voice actor Joey Camen and psychologist Dr. Wayne Dyer.
Marilyn and Billy sing "You Don't Have to Be a Star."
Dinah's guests are game show host Bob Barker, actor Mike Farrell, actresses Karen Grassle and Caren Kaye, Del Martin author of "Battered Wives" and ventriloquist Kenny Byrd.
Dinah's guest are football star Joe Namath, comedian Dick Martin, singers Melissa Manchester and Lou Rawls, Dixie Hummingbirds, Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld author of "The Complete Medical Exam" and travel expert Marty Leshner.
Dinah, Lou, Melissa and the Dixie Hummingbirds sing "He's Got the Whole World In His Hands".
Dinah's guests are actress Jacqueline Bisset, singer Rosemary Clooney, game show host Allen Ludden, comedian Johnny Yune, Country music singer Susie Allanson, world frisbee champion Krae Van Sickle and Dr. William Jarvis.
Susie sings "We Belong Together".
Rosemary sings "But Beautiful".
Dinah's guests from the cast of Battlestar Galactica are actors Lorne Greene, Jane Seymour, Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict and Maren Jensen. Also: a fashion show.
Dinah sings "Out of This World".
Dinah's guests are actors Ron Howard and Ron Glass, actress Rue McClanahan, comedian Kelly Monteith, British explorer Tim Severin and musical group Hot Lips & Fingertips.
Hot Lips & Fingertips performs "Orange Blossom Special" and "Sally Ann".
Dinah sings "I Really Love You".