Dan Dailey co-hosts; guests are actress Yvonne DeCarlo, actor George Hamilton discussing his movie about motorcycle daredevil Evil Knievel, Paul & Mary Ritts of the Ritts Puppets and Rhena Schweitzer-Miller, daughter of Dr. Albert Schweitzer.
Mike's co-host this week is actor Dan Dailey (Week of 09Aug71-13Aug71); guests are actor Pat O'Brien, comedienne Selma Diamond, singer Margaret Whiting and science fiction author Isaac Asimov who talks about his book, "The Sensuous Dirty Old Man".
Terry-Thomas concludes his hosting duties; guests are comedian-actor Jim Backus and his wife Henny, actress Alice Playten, Dr. Charles Schroeder, director of the San Diego Zoo and author-educational expert Carabo-Cone.
Ginger Rogers concludes her co-hosting duties for the week; guests include German actress Hildegarde Neff, discussing her autobiography "The Gift Horse"; Joe Frazier, discussing his bout with Muhammad Ali; actor-comedian Morey Amsterdam and The Clara Ward Singers.
The Clara Ward Singers perform "When We All Get to Heaven".
Ginger Rogers co-hosts; guests include actor-comedian Bill Dana, Hollywood columnist Shirley Eder and The Carpenters.
The Carpenters perform "Rainy Days and Mondays", "Maybe It's You", & "Love is Surrender".
Mike's co-host this weekis legendary dancer-actress Ginger Rogers (Week of 19Jul71-23Jul71); guests are director Frank Capra who discusses his 1934 classic, It Happened One Night; comic Rod McKuen and singer Penny Fuller.
Rosemary Clooney concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Omar Sharif, Nick Clooney (Rosemary's brother), Betty Clooney (Rosemary's sister), author Jacqueline Susann and comedian David Brenner.
Mike's co-host this week is actor Werner Klemperer; guests are 1930's film star Fifi D'Orsay, singer-actor Gordon MacRae, lawyer-politician Claude Dauphin, singer Lynn Kellogg and Cajun singer Doug Kershaw.
Mike's co-host this week is comedian "Mr. Television" Milton Berle (Week of 21Jun71-25Jun71); guests are actor Dustin Hoffman, lyricist Sammy Cahn, Country singer Mel Tillis, Soul songstress Gerri Granger and golfer Tony Jacklin.
Phyllis Newman co-hosts; guests include her husband lyricist Adolph Green, lyricist Betty Comden, actress-singer Vivian Blaine, beauty expert Candy Jones and improvisational comedy group The Proposition.
Nancy Wilson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Dionne Warwick, lawyer Melvin Belli, photographer-filmmaker-writer Gordon Parks, vocal group The Fresh Collection and Nancy's son Kacy Dennis.
Mike's co-host this week is singer Vikki Carr (Week of 24May71-28May71); guests are singer Tony Bennett, comedian Charlie Manna, Mrs. Douglas H. MacNeil, President of Girl Scouts of America and plexiglass artist Jane Cohler.
Sam Levenson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality Kitty Carlisle, actress-singer Molly Picon, vocal group Sunday's Child and Vivien Kellems, a 75 year old tax crusader talks about why she has stopped paying taxes.
Ray Bolger concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor George Chakiris, actress Nancy Kulp, Dr. Irwin Stillman and Harold Krentz whose struggle to overcome blindness at the age of 9 and become independent was the inspiration for the play and film "Butterflies Are Free".
Kathryn Crosby concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Kathryn's son Harry, comedienne Phyllis Diller who discusses a recent "stop smoking" ocean cruise, comic Pete Barbutti, Paul and Mary Ritts with The Ritts Puppets and actress Barbara Loden who recently won the International Film Critics Award for her screenplay, directing and performance in the motion picture "Wanda".moreless
Kathryn Crosby co-hosts; guests are ex-boxing champ Rocky Graziano, Broadway performer Chita Rivera, Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Sister Mary Mark Zeven from Immaculate Heart College of California.
Jimmy Dean concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are stage and screen actress Elaine Stritch, The Cowsills, former Football star now sports commentator and actor Don Meredith and Playboy fashion editor Robert L. Green.
The Cowsills sing, "On My Side", "Down on the Farm" and "For Baby".
Mike is on the USS New Orleans (docked in San Diego). Guests include actress Tina Louise, singer Vikki Carr, comedian Louis Nye, Joe Beagin, President of the International Society of Girl Watchers and The U.S. Navy Choir who performs "There Is Nothing Like a Dame" and a medley of service tunes. The ship's cook shows how to make soup for 600 men - using a fire hose for water.moreless
Mike visits San Diego for the week. Guests include, Governor Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy, actress Joanne Woodward, singer Bobby Sherman, Mickie Finn and acrobatic strongmen David & Goliath. Mrs. Reagan discusses what it's like being the wife of a politician; Joanne talks about fan adulation, husband Paul Newman and her involvement with the Planned Parenthood Association. Highlights: Bobby Sherman sings "Easy Come, Easy Go" and "Cried Like a Baby".moreless
Art Linkletter is substitute-host; guests are actor Ryan O'Neal, TV personality Jack Linkletter, singer Julie Budd, etiquette author Amy Vanderbilt, actor Robert Clary and cookbook author Albert Stockli.
Arte Johnson concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are composer pianist Andre Previn, the comedy team of Stiller and Meara, actress Estelle Parsons and singer-dancer-comedian Dick Jensen.
Arte Johnson co-hosts; guests are Peggy Cass, Jazz drummer Buddy Rich, golfer Billy Casper, sportscaster-retired baseball player Jim Bouton and Bette Midler.
Bette sings "Great Balls of Fire" and "Ten Cents A Dance".
Mike's co-host this week is Opera singer Beverly Sills; guests are actor Burt Lancaster, Prima ballerina and Beverly's friend Gigi Capobianco, Bass baritone Norman Treigle and consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
Barbara Feldon co-hosts; guests are Country-Western singer Loretta Lynn, Greek actress Melina Mercouri, Robert L. Green fashion editor of Playboy magazine and Clive David who worked on President Kennedy's birthday party at Madison Square Garden where Marilyn Monroe sang "Happy Birthday".
Dick Shawn co-hosts; guests are comic Norm Crosby, singer Donna Theodore, singer Gary Puckett, Danny Keane and Ken Lockson from the "Fortune Society" and Captain Ralph Barnaby author of "How to Make Paper Airplanes".
Mike's co-host this week is actor Van Johnson; guests are comedian Pete Barbutti, ice skater Peggy Fleming, Hollywood gossip columnist Shirley Eder and vocal-dancing group called The Wall Street Widows.
Robert Morse co-hosts; guests are comedy writer Selma Diamond, hair stylist Vidal Sassoon, Muriel Grossfeld coach of the U.S. Gymnastics team, Country-Western singer Faron Young and Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber who talks about rehabilitation of drug addicts.
Mike's co-host this week is film and stage actor Robert Morse; guests are Space expert Dr. Wernher Von Braun, singer Rudy Vallee, "the hostess with the mostess" Perle Mesta and dancing chef Ennio Rigga.
Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Robert Merrill, actress-dancer Ruby Keeler, director-producer Busby Berkeley, comedienne Fannie Flagg and cooking expert Craig Claiborne author of "Cooking with Herbs and Spices".
Plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Baker co-hosts; guests are singer Julie Budd, actress Dina Merrill, author Patrick McGrady Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Richards (husband and wife who both recently had plastic surgery).
Jack Palance co-hosts; guests are Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, actor Fred Gwynne author of "The King Who Rained", comic Rip Taylor, child genius Michael Grost and author Audrey Grost "Genius in Residence".
Mike's co-host this week is actor Jack Palance; guests are actor Hans Conried, actress Estelle Parsons, Donald Rumsfeld of the Office of Economic Opportunity and Joe Penguerel and Janet Geib who give a pillow fighting demonstration.
Shani Wallis co-hosts; guests are TV personality-author David Frost, comic Professor Irwin Corey, The Luconto Boys vocal group and actress-producer Gail Patrick Jackson, chairman of the 1970 Christmas Seals campaign.
David and Joyce Susskind co-host; guests are Colonel John Glenn, singer Lorna Luft, singer Gilbert Price and comic Stan Kann.
Lorna Luft comments on her mother Judy Garland.
Colonel John Glenn talks about politics.
Tony Randall and Jack Klugman of TV's The Odd Couple co-host; guests are actress-comedienne Brett Sommers (Jack's wife), singer Eddy Arnold, actor James Coco and Paul and Mary Ritts with The Ritts Puppets.
Liberace co-hosts; guests are Billiards champion Minnesota Fats and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson (author of "A White House Diary"), Ladybird Johnson talks about the advice Mrs. John F. Kennedy gave her and the life she and LBJ lead now.
Liberace co-hosts; guests are Liberace's mother Mrs. Frances Liberace, The Three Degrees vocal group, young juggler Albert Lucas, Carol Truax, co-author of "Liberace Cooks" and fashion editor Robert L. Green of Playboy Magazine.
Johnny Mathis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Sheila MacRae, the comedy team of Edmonds and Curley, Australian TV personality Dita Cobb, Santa Maria Runge author of "Face Lifting with Exercise" and Henri Charriere author of "Papillion".
Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are pianist Liberace, singer Little Richard, singer Kay Starr, TV's "Mr. Wizard" Don Herbert and Dr. Carroll Behrhorst, an American medical missionary working in Guatemala.
George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Lawford, British actor Sir Trevor Howard, singer-actress Tammy Grimes and Kate Millett of the Women's Liberation Movement and author of "Sexual Politics".
George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are Japan's No. 1 Geisha girl Komachivo, singer-actress Alice Playten, comedy writer Selma Diamond, TV personality Ralph Edwards and Country-Western singer Louie Roberts.
Sonny & Cher co-host; guests are former middleweight boxing champ Rocky Graziano, singer Jerry Vale, entertainer Monti Rock III, former wrestling champ Bill Ferrell and Katherine De Jersey author of "Destiny Times Six".
Desi Arnaz concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are director Otto Preminger, singer Jane Harvey, The Ritts Puppets (under the direction of Paul and Mary Ritts) and The Trio Los Compadres singing group.
Desi Arnaz is Mike's co-host this week; guests include his daughter Lucie Arnaz, comic Sam Levenson, Doris Lilly, author of "Those Fabulous Greeks: Onassis, Niarchos and Livanos" and The Four Freshmen.
Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are actor Cliff Robertson, singer Julie DeJohn, Elizabeth Rich author of "Flying High" and Captain Arthur Haggerty, former commander of the U.S. Army's K-9 Corps. Captain Haggerty demonstrates ways "attack dogs" can apprehend criminals.
Jane Wyman concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Andrea Marcovicci, Simon-Sez expert Lou Goldstein, fashion designer Nolan Miller and Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey, discusses her husband's recent primary victory in Minnesota's senatorial race.
Jane Wyman co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, former actress now producer of Lassie Bonita Granville Wrather, news commentator Ralph Story and Organist-Antique collector Stan Kann.
Mike's co-host this week is actress Jane Wyman; today's guests are stage, screen and television actress Agnes Moorehead, Country Singer Bill Anderson and Mrs. John Mitchell and Mrs. Winthrop Rockefeller (wife of Arkansas's Governor).
Milton Berle concludes his co-hosting duties. Guest is Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen who talks about his views of America, religion and the problems of the youth protest.
Songs include "Summer Wind", "How About You" and "How About Me".
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans co-host; guests are singer Eloise Laws, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, impressionist Rich Little and cooking expert David Wade.
Eloise sings "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
Rich Little does impressions of Gene Kelly, Rex Harrison and Robert Goulet.
David Wade shows how to roast an ox.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans co-host, guests are comedienne Fannie Flagg, singer David Arlen, singer Dick Jensen, professional bowling champion Dick Ritger and Lucy Kavaler author of "Freezing Point", who talks about extremes of cold and the use of cold in medicine.
Mike's co-hosts this week are Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, guests are singer-actor Frankie Avalon, Country-Western performer Porter Wagoner, Country-Western singer Dolly Parton and Football player Jerry Kramer.
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