Jerry Visits was a 30-minute interview news program hosted by celebrated
California newscaster, Jerry Dunphy. The series, which ran from
1971-1973, found Dunphy interviewing a wide spectrum of celebrities
ranging from pop stars to actors. Some of the most notable names to
appear on his program include The Carpenters, Michael Landon and Zsa Zsa
Gabor. After the show was cancelled in 1973, Dunphy focused solely on
hard news and became one of the first newscasters in the country to
interview President Richard Nixon after his resignation in 1974.