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Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are actor Billy Dee Williams, Jazz singer Carmen McRae, actress Susan Richardson of "Eight is Enough", comedian Jack Carter and beauty expert Adrien Arpel.
Carmen sings "Time After Time".
Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are actor Roger Moore, actress Valerie Perrine, producer-manager Allan Carr, actor-dancer-choreographer Shabba-Doo, Master Sgt. Wayne Fisk, beauty expert Adrien Arpel and Fay Kanin, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Larry Wilcox co-hosts, guests are his wife Hannie Wilcox, actor John McCook, actress Laurette Spang, "Real People" host Skip Stephenson, writer Bob Bonney, pro golfer Severiano Ballesteros, beauty expert Adrien Arpel and Tahiti's Polynesian Review.
Larry Wilcox co-hosts; guests are actress-singer Della Reese, Olympic champ Bruce Jenner, comedian-actress Nancy Walker, actor Richard Kiel, ventriloquist Chris Kirby, fashion expert Adrien Arpel and cowboy fashion designer Nudie.
Mike sings "Wave".
Steve Kanaly concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic actor Don Adams, actresses Dorothy Lamour, Cathy Lee Crosby and Charlotte Rae.
Charlotte Rae sings "Look to the Rainbow".
Steve Kanaly co-hosts; guests are comic actor Pat Harrington, songwriter-composer David Shire, actress Barbara Rush, model-actress Phyllis Davis, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, The Assassin professional wrestler Jody Hamilton and Ralph Rector founder of the Heritage Foundation.
Mike performs a medley of David's compositions.
Steve Kanaly co-hosts; guests are entertainer Charo, columnist Shirley Eder, actors and brothers David Carradine, Keith Carradine and Robert Carradine, comic Steve Bluestein and body builder Mike Mentzer author of "The Mentzer Method of Fitness".
Steve Kanaly co-hosts; guests are actress Diane Ladd, singer-actress Loni Ackerman, Judith Krantz author of "Princess Daisy", TV producer Lee Rich of Dallas, stand-up comedian Jimmy Aleck and Grey Otter (George 'Skeeter' Vaughan) a Native knife thrower.
Loni performs "What Is a Woman?"
Steve Landesberg concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Anson Williams, comedian Jimmie Walker, singer-actress Barbi Benton and Country singing group The Kendalls.
Mike sings "Tomorrow".
Steve Landesberg co-hosts; guests are comedian Jackie Gleason, comic David Brenner, R&B vocal group Ray, Goodman & Brown, actor Jimmy Martinez, Lena Briano and Marilyn Murray Willison authors of "Diary of a Divorced Mother".
Ray, Goodman and Brown perform "Special Lady" and "Inside of You".
Mike's co-host this week is comedian-actor Steve Landesberg (Week of 05May80-12May80); guests are actress Sally Field, comedic actress Valerie Harper, actor David Doyle and Charles Higham author of "Errol Flynn: The Untold Story".
Juliet Prowse co-hosts in this show that features DANCE. Guests are dancer-actor Donald O'Connor; comedienne Elaine Joyce; actor Cesar Romero, who began his career as a dancer; young dancer-actress Erzsebet Foldi, who played Roy Scheider's daughter in the film musical "All That Jazz"; The Third Generation Steps, tap dancers whose careers span nearly 50 years, and singer-dancer Eileen Valentino, who Ms. Prowse personally introduces as a former member of her touring act.
Elaine Joyce sings "I Won't Dance".
Juliet Prowse sings "Let It Ride".
George Raft co-hosts; guests are TV personality George Jessel, actress Molly Picon, vaudeville performer Rudy Vallee and 71-year-old Orrin Graf who demonstrates the long jump.
Mike sings "Young At Heart".
Mike's co-host today is comedian-actor Billy Crystal; guests are comedians Rev. George Wallace, Dick Martin, Judy Carter and Pinky Lee.
Skiles & Henderson conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are Chef Julia Child, singer Grace Slick, "Real People" host Bill Rafferty and fishing expert Blake Emmons.
Grace Slick performs "Seasons".
Skiles & Henderson co-host; guests are comedian-actor Gordon Jump, singer Jose Feliciano, actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, basketball coach Bill Foster and author Marjabelle Stewart.
Jose sings "I'm Coming Home Again."
Skiles & Henderson co-host; guests are actor Stacy Keach, singer Jack Jones, Richard Stolley, editor of "People" magazine, Dr. Edward Gross, juggler Michael Marlin and disc jockey Linny Henderson.
Jack Jones sings "Feeling Good".
Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Skiles & Henderson (Week of 14Apr80-18Apr80); guests are singer Mac Davis, entertainer Monti Rock III and fashions by Frederick's of Hollywood.
Elliott Gould concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Cybill Shepherd, First lady Nancy Reagan, comedian Glenn Super aka Mr. Bullhorn, magician Mal Cross, famed photographer Lisette Model and Dr. Victor Rosenberg.
Cybill sings "Mad About the Boy."
Elliott Gould co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka, Neil's daughter Dara Sedaka, actor Robert Hays, actress Jill Ireland, hypnotist Sam Vine, Marvel comic book writer-creator Stan Lee author of "The Best of the Worst" and stand-up comic Bill Kirchenbauer
Neil and Dara Sedaka duet on "Should've Never Let You Go".
Mike and Elliott duet to "That's Entertainment".
Elliott Gould co-hosts; guests are actress Kate Jackson, singer-songwriter Rupert Holmes, comedy writer Tom Schiller, "Real People" regular Byron Allen, consumer advocate Esther Peterson and Bill Underwood, martial arts and self defense system specialist.
Rupert Holmes performs "Him".
Tom Wopat co-hosts; guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, comedian-actor Jimmie Walker, singer-actress Michelle Phillips, actor-comedian Christopher Hardwick and artist Joe Norris.
Loretta Lynn sings "We've Come a Long Way, Baby."
Larry Wilcox co-hosts; guests are singer Thelma Houston, actor Claude Akins, comedian-actor Michael Keaton, Larry's son Derek Wilcox
Charles Sailor author of "The Second Son" and author Mary Conroy.
Thelma sings "Suspicious Minds".
Michele Lee co-hosts; guests are actor Donald Sutherland, actress Kristy McNichol, comedian Jay Leno, Country singer Susan Walker, Robert Kaufman author of "Love at First Bite" and Joe Mormino with tips on dog grooming.
Michele Lee co-hosts; guests are actor James Caan, singer-actress Nell Carter, baseball player Steve Garvey and "Esquire" fashion director Chip Tolbert.
Nell sings "Cash for Your Trash."
Charlene Tilton co-hosts; guests are actress Sally Kellerman, actor James Franciscus, Stan Kann the Gadget Man, Susan Nestor, Country singer Janie Fricke and sportscaster Curt Gowdy.
Janie Fricke performs "But Love Me".
Vic Tayback co-hosts; guests are actresses Linda Kelsey and Ruth Carlsson, humorist Judy Carter, Disco singer Patrice Rushen and writer J.D. Reed.
Patrice Rushen performs "Haven't You Heard?"
Diana Canova co-hosts; guests are actor Walter Matthau, Walter's co-star in his film Little Miss Marker 7-year-old actress Sara Stimson, Diana's mother, actress-comedienne Judy Canova, singer Roger Whittaker and character actor Carl Carlsson.
Roger Whittaker performs "You Are My Miracle."
Gregory Harrison co-hosts; guests are actress Cindy Williams, Ragtime composer and performer Eubie Blake and beauty expert Romana deVries author of "Cosmetics".
Mike sings "Got to Get You into My Life."
Sonny Bono co-hosts; guests are actor Ricardo Montalban, Tennis champion Arthur Ashe, comic Jimmy Brogan, acting teacher/director Milton Katselas and The Sacred Heart Sisters.
Mike and Sonny sing "Mack the Knife".
Sonny Bono co-hosts; guests are actress Catherine Bach, "Real People" host Skip Stephenson, Country singer Tom T. Hall and Irwin Smigel author of "Dental Health, Dental Beauty".
Sonny sings "You Better Sit Down Kids".
Pam Dawber concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Pam's mother Thelma Dawber, comedian Dom DeLuise, Michael Young host of "Kids Are People Too", musician Sergio Mendes and Brasil '88 and bodybuilder Frank Zane and Christine Zane.
Sergio Mendes and Brasil '88 perform "Magic Lady".
Pam Dawber co-hosts; guests are actor Alex Karras, comic Stan Kann, Pam's "Mork & Mindy" co-star Conrad Janis and the Beverly Hills Enlisted Jazz Band featuring George Segal perform.
Mike and Pam sing "Come In From the Rain".
Pam Dawber co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Hays, comedian Gallagher, author Richard Munson, Dr. Michael Peck of the Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center, pop group Twennynine featuring Lenny White and an exhibition of aerosports with Jan Hagen and Robin O'Bannon.
Twennynine perform "Peanut Butter."
Pam Dawber co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen, actor Jeff Goldblum, actress Polly Holliday, Bob Carreiro and Aimee Liu author of "Solitaire".
Ben sings "The Way You Look Tonight."
Mike's co-host this week is actress Pam Dawber; guests are actor Howard Duff, actress Gina Hecht, dancer Bobby Burgess, singer Ray Stevens, composer Dale Gonyea and "Panorama" magazine editorial director Merrill Panitt.
Willie Aames co-hosts; guests are Willie's wife Vicki, Chaka Khan and Rufus, Suzy "Chapstick" Chaffe and Skiles and Henderson.
Chaka Khan and Rufus perform "Do You Love What You Feel?"
Dianne Kay co-hosts; guests are actors Ken Howard and Beau Bridges, singer Bonnie Pointer, comic George Miller and a debate on diets with Dr. Robert Atkins and Nathan Pritikin.
Bonnie sings "I Can't Help Myself."
From Eight Is Enough actress Betty Buckley co-hosts; guests are actresses Natalie Wood and Jodie Foster and singer Engelbert Humperdinck.
Engelbert performs "Unforgettable."
Eight Is Enough cast alternates in a week long salute to the show. Today's co-host is Dick Van Patten; guests are comedian-actor Dom DeLuise, singer Tom Johnston, "Wild Kingdom" host Jim Fowler with baby animals and Adele Scheele author of "Skills for Success".
Tom sings "Savannah Nights".
From Las Vegas. Liberace co-hosts; guests are actor Lou Ferrigno, comedian Pat Cooper, singer Maureen McGovern and The Rockettes.
Liberace plays "It's Impossible" and "Pennsylvania Polka".
From Las Vegas. Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are comedian Fred Travalena, actress Cathy Lee Crosby, singer Enzo Stuarti and Broadway's Little Annie Orphan Andrea McArdle.
Sammy sings "Sweet Beginnings."
A week long salute with entertainers co-hosting. From Las Vegas. Mike's co-host is comedian Don Rickles: guests are singer Frankie Valli, actress Diana Canova, fiddler Jana Lou and the Casino de Paris dancers.
Diana Canova sings "Since I Fell for You".
Frankie sings "Grease".
Victoria Principal of Dallas co-hosts; guests are actor Wayne Rogers and actress Lynn Redgrave of TV's House Calls, actor Dennis Christopher
and David Chessmore author of "The Emergency Book".
Mike's co-host today is the star of Dallas actor Larry Hagman; guests are "WKRP" star Gordon Jump, actress Ruth Gordon and her husband writer Garson Kanin, singer Robert John and "Villa Allegre" host Carmen Zapata.
Robert John performs "Sad Eyes".
In a week long salute to TV series Dallas; Mike's co-host today is actress Linda Gray, guests are actresses Lauren Bacall and Lindsay Wagner and singer Glen Campbell.
Mike's co-host this week is actress Mariette Hartley. Celebrating the show's 18th Anniversary with Mariette are guests comedic actor Dick Van Dyke, comedian Don Rickles, singer Tony Orlando and Mike's wife Genevieve with footage of highlights over 18 years.
Anne Murray co-hosts; guests are singer Paul Anka, actress Linda Lavin and CBS news anchor and television commentator Charles Osgood.
Anne Murray sings "You Needed Me".
Anne Murray co-hosts; Anne's brother Bruce Murray, actors Carl Weathers and Jimmy Whig, singer Jim Messina and Jacki Sorensen authors of "Aerobic Dancing".
Anne sings "You Won't See Me."
Anne Murray co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Jim Nabors, actress Susan Richardson and musician Frank Mills.
Frank Mills performs "Music Box Dancer".
Anne Murray co-hosts; guests are actress Jacqueline Bisset, Country singer Larry Gatlin, columnist Erma Bombeck and comedian Jimmy Brogan.
Anne Murray sings "Snowbird".
Tom Jones co-hosts; guests are Dallas actress Linda Gray, comic Pat Henry and Dr. Sonya Friedman.
Tom does a medley of his songs, including "The Green, Green Grass of Home."
Donna Pescow co-hosts; guests are actresses Charlene Tilton and Jacklyn Zeman, singer Stephanie Mills, actors Lou Ferrigno and John McCook, lyricist-composer Sylvia Fine Kay and actor-producer Paul Pape, Donna's co-star from Saturday Night Fever.
Stephanie Mills sings "Whatcha Gonna Do with My Lovin'?"
John McCook does "Pieces of Dreams."
England Dan and John Ford Coley co-host; guests are actors Tom Wopat and Steve Kanaly, actresses Myrna Loy and Persis Khambatta and "Esquire" fashion director Chip Tolbert.
England Dan and John Ford Coley perform "Love Is the Answer".
Mike's co-host today are The Commodores; guests are actresses Beatrice Arthur and Charlene Tilton, singer Sonny Bono and model Susie Coelho.
The Commodores do "Wonderland."
Valerie Harper concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Valerie's father Howard Harper, "Buck Rogers" star Gil Gerard, impressionists Roger and Roger, Hockey star Marcel Dionne, television critic Richard Hack and jazz group The Crusaders.
The Crusaders perform "Street Life".
Valerie Harper co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, actor-writer Tony Cacciotti, The O'Jays, restauranteur Maude Chasen and members of the Los Angeles Kings Hockey Team.
The O'Jays perform "Sing Happy Song".
Valerie Harper co-hosts; guests are actor Dirk Benedict, singer Sly Stone, comedian Stan Kann, psychologist Joan Holmes, and an exhibition of acrosports with Robert Monahan and John Sweetland.
Valerie Harper co-hosts; guests are actress Stockard Channing, singer Bobby Goldsboro, rock group Dr. Hook and Charlotte Chandler author of "Hello, I Must Be Going: Groucho & His Friends".
Neil Sedaka concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Cloris Leachman, actor Alex Karras, Robert Appel, Lord Snowden and Kay Fisher.
Neil Sedaka sings "Love in the Shadows".
Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are actress Deidre Hall, actor Jim Davis, composer Michel LeGrand and Marlo Lewis author of "Prime Time".
Neil Sedaka sings "Calendar Girl".
Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are comedian George Burns, singer Danny Deardorff, musical duo Seals and Crofts, Tournament of Roses Queen Julie Raatz, Vinton Anderson and Lillian Williams.
Seals and Crofts perform "Summer Breeze".
Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are actress Marilu Henner, lyricist Howard Greenfield, Country singer Tanya Tucker, baseball player Willie Stargell, "People" magazine editor Richard B. Stolley and mentalist the Amazing Kreskin.
Neil does "Love Will Keep Us Together."
Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka; guests are actor Danny Thomas, singer Helen Reddy, Los Angeles Lakers player Earvin Johnson and owner Jerry Buss.
Neil performs "All You Need Is the Music."
Lynda Carter concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Lynda's mom Jean, actor Art Carney, singer Mary Wilson, Chef Tell Erhardt, Marilyn Fabe author of "Up Against the Clock" and fashion designer Chuck Weiner.
Mary Wilson sings "Red Hot".
Lynda Carter co-hosts; guests are actors Lou Ferrigno and Gregory Harrison, actress Joanne Barnes, Gordon Thomas author of "The Day the Bubble Burst" and rock group Exile.
Exile performs "Kiss You All Over" and "All There Is."
Lynda Carter co-hosts; guests are Lynda's husband-manager Ron Samuels, actress Linda Evans, actor Willie Aames, comedian David Brenner, U.S. champion skier Billy Kidd, celebrity real estate agent Elaine Young and stuntwoman Michelle Gerard.
Mike and Lynda sing "You Are So Beautiful."
Mike's co-host this week is TV's Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter; guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, actor Robert Stack, comic Kip Addotta and and Fania Fenelon author of "Playing for Time".
Mike sings "The Way We Were."
Happy Days star Henry Winkler co-hosts; guests are singer Cher, actors Roy Scheider and Dorian Harewood and film editor Ralph Rosenblum.
Mike sings "You Make Me Feel So Young".
Angie actor Robert Hays; guests are actress Catherine Bach, actor George Peppard, comic actor Jim Backus, singer Maureen McGovern and dancer Tybee Brascia.
Maureen McGovern sings "Can't Take My Eyes Off You."
WKRP actor Gary Sandy co-hosts; guests are actor Gil Gerard, actress Diana Canova, Peter M.F. Sichel and the comedy team of Skiles and Henderson.
Diana performs "This Is Love".
Dallas star Larry Hagman co-hosts; guests are actor Dudley Moore, celebrity Zsa Zsa Gabor, Country singer T.G. Sheppard, director-stuntman Hal Needham and stuntman Stan Barrett.
T.G. performs "Last Cheater's Waltz."
Mike's co-host today is Danny Devito of Taxi in a week long salute to the Men of Prime time television. Guests are actor Gordon Jump, actress Katherine Helmond, Jenny Zink, Santa Claus and the rock group War.
War performs "Don't Take It Away".
Burt Bacharach co-hosts; guests are actress Angie Dickinson, singer B.J. Thomas, actor Robert Mandan, fashion designer Oleg Cassini and singer-songwriter Libby Titus.
B.J. Thomas sings "God Bless the Children".
Burt Bacharach co-hosts; guests are actress Susan Saint James, singers Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald, lyricist Carole Bayer Sager and impressionist Fred Travalena.
Kenny Loggins sings "House at Pooh Corner".
Kenny and Michael perform "Danny's Song".
Burt Bacharach co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter Paul Anka, singer Crystal Gayle, comic Jay Leno and martial arts instructor Emil Farkas.
Crystal Gayle sings "Half the Way."
Burt Bacharach co-hosts; guests are the Captain & Tennille, actress Bo Derek, comedienne Phyllis Diller and Martin Gottfried author of "Broadway Musicals".
Captain & Tennille perform "No Love in the Morning"
Mike's co-host this week is composer-pianist Burt Bacharach; guests are actresses Jean Stapleton and Susan Anspach, Country singer Kenny Rogers and Lucille Rogers, comic Gary Muledeer, singer Jackie DeShannon and Karen Smith.
Jackie performs "What the World Needs Now Is Love."
Robert Conrad co-hosts, guests are actress Jane Fonda, comic George Miller, actor Chick Vennera, actress Erin Gray and the group Lobo.
Lobo sings "Where Were You When I Was Falling in Love?"
Edward Asner co-hosts; guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, Bruce and Chrystie Jenner, stuntwoman Kitty O'Neil, TV personality Jay Stewart and a duo of impressionists and a dramatic clown.
Loretta sings "Crazy."
Edward Asner co-hosts; guests are comedienne Carol Burnett, producer-husband Joe Hamilton and their daughter Carrie Hamilton, singer Paul Tracey, Bob Meehan founder of Houston's Palmer Drug Abuse program, actor Brian Blessing and Dr. Joseph Takamine.
The guests discuss the drug problem of Burnett's daughter Carrie. Tracey sings.
From Monte Carlo, Mike Douglas concludes his week long visit with Princess Grace and Prince Ranier. Guests are actors Sean Connery and Wayne Rogers, designer Roberto Cavalli, Freddy Max, tennis instructor Steve Morris, announcer Wendell Niles Jr. and tennis pros Don Budge and Clark Graebner.
From Monte Carlo; Mike's guests are Prince Ranier, his son Prince Albert and his daughter Princess Caroline and husband Philippe Junot, tennis pros Vincent Van Patten, and Vijay Armitraj, actresses Cathy Lee Crosby, Cheryl Ladd and Lynda Carter, actor Franco Nero, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, Chef Fusiero, Tony Graham and Charles Schobell.
Mike sings "Daybreak".
From Monte Carlo, Princess Grace and Princess Caroline welcome Mike's guests actors Sean Connery and James Franciscus, actress Cathy Lee Crosby, tennis pro Vincent Van Patten, singer Nana Mouskouri, tennis instructors Vic Braden and Steve Morris, designer Sonia Rykiel, Kay Gatjens and Jeannine Sanuier.
Mike sings "Give Me the Simple Life".
From Monte Carlo; Mike's guests are Princess Grace of Monaco, Princess Caroline, actors Sean Connery and Wayne Rogers, Vince Van Patten, actress Eve Arden, tennis pros Don Budge, Clark Graebner.
Mike sings "True Love."
From Monte Carlo, Mike Douglas and guests celebrate Princess Grace's 50th Birthday. Joining in on this week long celebration are Prince Ranier of Monte Carlo, actor Peter Ustinov, Country singer Kenny Rogers, actress Lynda Carter and husband-manager Ron Samuels, actress Cathy Lee Crosby, singer Sylvie Vartan, racing car driver Jody Scheckter, fashion designer Valentino, photographer David Douglas Duncan and Nozese Cormuile.moreless
Kate Jackson & Andrew Stevens conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Cher, former Boston Celtics basketball player Bill Russell, actress Anne Jeffreys from the original Topper TV series and gadget man Stan Kann. Also: Jane Fonda offers exercises for pregnant women.
Mike sings "Blue Skies."
Kate Jackson & Andrew Stevens co-host; guests are actor James Earl Jones, Topper co-stars actress Rue McClanahan and actor Jack Warden, singer-songwriter Teri Desario and K.C. and the Sunshine Band. Also: Jane Fonda and Mike do calisthenics and aerobic exercises.
K.C. performs "Please Don't Go".
Kate Jackson & Andrew Stevens co-host; guests are singer Aretha Franklin, actor Chad Everett, comic Jeff Altman, singer-songwriter Teri Desario and K.C. & the Sunshine Band. Also: Jane Fonda demonstrates disco exercises.
Aretha sings "For Ladies Only" and "Rock Steady."
Mike's co-hosts this week are the stars of the new pilot series Topper Kate Jackson & Andrew Stevens; guests are actress Joanne Woodward, Country singer Dottie West, comic actor Pat Harrington and singer Jose Feliciano. Also: Jane Fonda offers ballet exercises.
Jose performs "This Is My Life."
Loni Anderson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Loni's mother, actor Martin Landau, actress Gina Hecht, Ruth Katz author of "Pumpkin Personalities" and singer-composer Peter Allen.
Peter Allen performs "Centerfield Saddler."
Loni Anderson co-hosts; guests are actors Pat O'Brien, Mark Harmon and Ross Bickell, actress Valerie Bertinelli, fashion designer Bob Mackie and Cosmetics expert Jerome Alexander.
Pat and Mike do "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." Joe Massimino band.
Loni Anderson co-hosts; guests are actor Billy Dee Williams, bandleader Lawrence Welk, The Chinese Acrobats, Magicians of Taiwan, 85-year-old entertainer Wilbur Hall, Disney animator Frank Thomas and cosmetics expert Jerome Alexander.
Mike's co-host this week is actress Loni Anderson; guests are the cast of the series WKRP in Cincinnati Gordon Jump, Gary Sandy, Howard Hesseman, Tim Reid, Richard Sanders, Jan Smithers, Frank Bonner, Producer Hugh Wilson, hand whistler virtuoso Ben Brenner and cosmetics expert Jerome Alexander.
Mike performs "I Believe in Music".
Don Rickles concludes his co-hosting duties; guest are pianist Liberace, Broadway star Andrea McArdle, producer Joe Scandore, Frank Raines, Jennifer Wood and Carol Davis.
Andrea McArdle sings "Over the Rainbow".
Liberace plays "The Way We Were".
Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones, singer Billy Preston, authors Cheryl Day, and Polly Reskin and hockey player Glen Smith.
Billy Preston sings "That's Life".
Shirley Jones sings "He Touched Me".
Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are actress Lindsay Wagner, Harry Goines, Don's personal friend and valet, etiquette expert Marjabelle Stewart, author Carole Shaw, Baseball player Tony Chance and The Baja Marimba Band.
The Baja Marimba Band does "Brazilia" and "Comin' in the Back Door."
Mike's co-host this week is comedian Don Rickles; guests are actors Carl Weathers and Bernie Kopell, singers Jack Jones and Donna Theodore, magician David Copperfield, columnist Marilyn Beck, fashion expert Max Evans and R&B group Tavares. Also: Jane Fonda who demonstrates exercises for women.
Tavares performs "More Than a Woman".
Conclusion to a week long of hosting by the leading ladies of Prime-TV with WKRP actress Loni Anderson co-hosts; guests are actors Larry Wilcox and Henry Silva, impressionist Marilyn Michaels, society editor Jody Jacobs and R&B group Brooklyn Dreams. Also: Barbara Feldon interviews Dina Merrill and Ali MacGraw in New York.
Brooklyn Dreams do "Your Love Is So Good to Me."
Audra Lindley co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Ann-Margret, singer Vic Damone, ventriloquist Jay Johnson, music production mixer Paul Sabu, Disco music promoter Marc Kreiner and instrumentalist Bill Sample.
Vic Damone sings "Miss You".
Mike sings "Look At That Face".
Marilu Henner co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor George Burns, Jazz pianists Chick Corea, and Herbie Hancock, former Basketball pro Jerry Lucas and Susan Bernard author of "Joyous Motherhood".
Chick and Herbie do "Lisa" and "Someday, My Prince Will Come."
Love Boat's Lauren Tewes co-hosts; guests are actress Marion Ross, actor Patrick Wayne, author John Pierre Guillaume and the World's First Test Tube baby Louise Brown and her parents John and Lesley.
Mike sings "I Want to Be Happy."
Linda Gray co-hosts; guests are Cornelia Wallace and her mother Ruby Austin, Bob Keeshan "Captain Kangaroo", actor Carl Weathers, singer Smokey Robinson, accordion player Joe Jenkins and Dr. Ron Catanzaro of the Friary Clinic in Florida.
Smokey sings "Cruising".
From Las Vegas, Melissa Manchester co-hosts; guests are impressionist Fred Travalena and musician Maynard Ferguson and his band.
Melissa Manchester sings "Midnight Blue" and the theme from "Rocky II".
From Las Vegas, Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Valli, singer-actor Robert Goulet, boxer Larry Holmes, his trainer Richie Giachetti and fight promoter Don King, the comedy team of Skiles and Henderson and Gran Picasso.
Neil sings "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do."
From Las Vegas, Shecky Greene co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Urich, comedian Jimmie Walker, comedienne Pudgy, magician Barclay Shaw, pop group The Walkers and The Charlie Daniels Band.
The Charlie Daniels Band does "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."
From Las Vegas, John Davidson co-hosts, guests are singer Patti Page, Miss America 1980 Cheryl Prewitt, comedian Norm Crosby, actress Gayle Johnson and The Ritchie Family.
Mike sings "Walking Happy".
From Las Vegas; Lola Falana co-hosts, guests are actor James Darren, golfer Nancy Lopez, singer Michael Johnson, impressionists Roger and Roger, beauty expert Adrien Arpel, acrobatic bicyclist Charlie Charles and the Casino de Paris dancers.
Lola sings "Gimme Some Loving" and "She's a Lady."
Robert Blake concludes his co-hosts; guests are actors Richard Thomas, Norman Fell duties and Ernest Borgnine, Country singer Dottie West, attorney Nelson Christensen, author Pierre Mornell and a man who won a whistling contest.
Robert Blake co-hosts; guests are actresses Patty Duke and Joyce DeWitt, singer Dionne Warwick, Dr. Marvin Goldman, Dr. John Goffman and Delores Nipp. Also: a debate on nuclear power.
Dionne Warwick sings "I'll Never Love This Way Again."
Robert Blake co-hosts; guests are the Reverend Billy Graham, comedian Jay Leno, singer Maxine Nightingale, actress Barbara Anderson, Beverly Sturdevant and Larry Hinds.
Maxine Nightingale sings "Lead Me On".
Robert Blake co-hosts; guests are actress Jean Stapleton, singer Mary MacGregor, "Real People" host Skip Stephenson, activist Daniel Ellsberg, Sharon Smith, Phil Graves and a lesson in driving a motorized bar-stool.
Mary performs "Good Friend".
Mike's co-host this week is actor Robert Blake; guests are actress Victoria Principal, actor Christopher Skinner, entertainer Tiny Tim, Deborah Mazzanti author of "Secrets of the Golden Door", Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo, Susan Subtle author of "Contest Book", food critic and author Ruth Reichl and Linda Lutz winner of a laughing contest.
Donna Pescow concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Robert Hayes, actresses Debralee Scott, Doris Roberts and Sharon Spelman, vaudeville performer Whitey Roberts, singer Maureen McGovern and fashion designer Calvin Klein.
Maureen McGovern performs "Different Worlds."
Donna Pescow co-hosts; guests are actor Mike Connors, producer Garry Marshall, singer B.J. Thomas, actor Jimmy McNichol, actress Michele Tobin and swimmer Diana Nyad.
B.J. performs "God Bless the Children."
Donna Pescow co-hosts, guests are actor James Brolin, singer Evelyn "Champagne" King, gadget man Stan Kann and Barbara Myerhoff author of "Number Our Days".
Evelyn performs "Out There."
Donna Pescow co-hosts; guests are actors John McCook and Paul Pape, actresses Charlene Tilton and Jacklyn Zeman, bodybuilder-actor Lou Ferrigno, singer Stephanie Mills and TV producer Sylvia Fine Kaye.
Stephanie Mills sings "Whatcha Gonna Do with My Lovin'?"
John McCook sings "Pieces of Dreams."
Mike's co-host this week is actress Donna Pescow; guests are actor Robert Guillaume, producer Norman Lear, actress Anita Gillette, actor Larry Keith and comic George Miller.
Mike performs "The Girl Next Door."
Ron Howard co-hosts; guests are actress Susan Sarandon, former pro-football players turned actors Jim Brown and Fred Williamson, comedienne Sarah Rawls, Country singer Margo Smith and Olympic Gymnastic team Stacy Tutton and Igor Ashkinazi.
Margo Smith sings "Little Things Mean a Lot."
Ron Howard co-hosts; guests are actor Donny Most, actress Sally Struthers, Joyce Virtue co-authored Sally's book "The Sally Struthers Natural Beauty Book", The Flying Karamazov Brothers and The Kendalls.
The Kendalls perform "Sweet Desire."
Ron Howard co-hosts; guests are actor Henry Winkler, ex-boxing champ Muhammad Ali, actress Mariette Hartley, St. Louis Cardinals base-stealing great Lou Brock, makeup artist Ken Chase and The Rollers.
Mike's co-host this week is actor Ron Howard; guests are actor Alan Alda, actress-comedienne Vicki Lawrence, singer Bonnie Pointer and impressionist Fred Travalena.
Bonnie Pointer sings "Heaven Must Have Sent You".
From England, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are actor Ricky Schroeder, actress Carroll Baker, fashion designer Zandra Rhodes, Sgt. George Garnham, Chef Anton Mosiman of the Dorchester Hotel and John West, head doorman of the Dorchester Hotel.
Mike sings "They Can't Take That Away from Me."
From England, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; stage and screen actor Peter Ustinov, actress Glenda Jackson, actor Billy Dee Williams, banjo player Buck Trent, Tubby Isaacs and Drill Sgt. John Blood of the Royal Guard.
Mike sings "Got to Get You Into My Life".
From England, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are actor George Hamilton, actress Lesley Anne Down, Country and bluegrass fiddler Jana Jae, British singer Tom Lewis, Derek Hobbs and The Oak Ridge Boys.
The Oak Ridge Boys perform "Sail Away".
From England, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are Country singer Barbara Mandrell, The Muppets and their creators Jim Henson and Frank Oz, Fred and Lou Hitchin and The Boomtown Rats.
Mike Douglas and Miss Piggy duet to "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off".
From England, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Ustinov, actress Joan Collins, Jazz singer Cleo Laine, musician husband John Dankworth, author Charles Tamplin and musicians from the Wavedon Music Center School.
Cleo Laine sings "He Was Beautiful".
From Chicago. K.C. & the Sunshine Band co-host; guests are actor Rock Hudson, actress Judy Kaye, Country singer Jim Stafford, singer Maxine Nightingale and comedian Tom Dreesen.
Mike sings "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown".
From Chicago. K.C. & the Sunshine Band co-host; guests are Jazz singers Sarah Vaughan and Joe Williams, singer-songwriter Don McLean, comedian Tom Dreesen, Betsy and Cheney Varney and high wire act The Great Wallendas. Also a visit to Wrigley Field with Cub Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, slugger Dave Kingman, coach Cookie Rojas and sportscaster Jack Brickhouse.
From Chicago. Maureen McGovern co-hosts; guests are actor John Schuck, singer Nancy Wilson, gymnast Kurt Thomas, Chicago Tribune columnist Aaron Gold, Chef Luis Szathmary and jazz group Spyro Gyra.
Maureen McGovern sings "Different Worlds".
Nancy Wilson sings "Music on My Mind."
From Chicago. Mike's co-hosts this week are singers and musicians. Today's co-host is singer Teddy Pendergrass; guests are Mayor Jane Byrne, actress Ruth Gordon and her husband playwright Garson Kanin, Country singer Ronnie Milsap, Grandma's Boys the championship Barbershop Quartet, The Kingston Trio, a kite sailing demonstration by Gary Thompson and the Goodyear Blimp.
Mike sings "My Kind of Town".