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The Merv Griffin Show

Season 6 Episode 48

November 6, 1968

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November 6, 1968
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Merv's guests are actresses Vivian Reed and Zsa Zsa Gabor, comedian Pat Cooper, comedy writer Selma Diamond, actor Daniel Massey and author Amaury DeRiencort with regular Arthur Treacher.

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    Vivian Reed

    Vivian Reed

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    Guest Star

    Zsa Zsa Gabor

    Zsa Zsa Gabor

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    Guest Star

    Pat Cooper

    Pat Cooper

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    Guest Star

    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

    Mort Lindsey Orchestra

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    Arthur Treacher

    Arthur Treacher

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        Zsa Zsa also went on to question Jacqueline's looks and recalled some other embarrassing incidents concerning the former First Lady. The remarks were made on a this Merv Griffin Show, syndicated on television by the Westinghouse Network.
        "I knew Jacqueline when she wasn't that beautiful, in the 'fifties," Zsa went on, as Merv Griffin repeatedly tried to change the subject or simply ignored her in favor of other guests. ''Do you think she's pretty? I don't think so.
        "But I suppose she loves him?" interjected Merv, hopefully on the recent marriage to Ari Onassis.
        "Well" answered Miss Gabor, "he loved her sister for five years, which I know personally. And the whole world knows it. . .Onassis is a big businessman who has no time for love. . .Mr. Onassis is not going to pay his prices for nothing, my dear sir."
        When Merv tried to change the conversation again, Zsa Zsa said. "He's petrified!"
        "I'm not petrified, I'm not," answered Merv.
        "What can Mrs. Onassis do to you?" Zsa Zsa asked.
        "No, I'm just trying to stop you," Merv said. Asked again, he said, "She can't do a thing."
        Zsa: "What can she do to me?"
        Merv: "Nothing."
        With Immunity thus established. Miss Gabor proceeded buoyantly along: "You know. Lee Radziwell said the stupidest thing any human being ever said. She said, 'We don't care what the American people think—the main thing is Jackie should be happy.'
        As long as Jackie is happy!
        Napoleon took the crown out of the cardinal's hand to crown Josephine. And Jackie Kennedy took her own crown off with her own hands, and handed it to Mr. Onassis."
        Zsa Zsa then recalled that she had flown back from the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 with Jackie, who had covered it as a news photographer. "Twenty - four hours on the plane she kept asking me—it was no joke!—'What do you do for your skin?" And I never bothered to ask her name.
        She wasn't the most glamorous nor the most beautiful woman: she had kinky hair and bad skin.

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