The Mike Douglas Show - Season 12

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Episode Guide

  • August 30, 1974
    August 30, 1974
    Episode 245
    8/30/74
    0.0
    Martha Mitchell concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Chubby Checker, comedian Freddie Prinze and columnist Jack Anderson.
  • August 29, 1974
    August 29, 1974
    Episode 244
    8/29/74
    9.0

    Martha Mitchell co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Howard Cosell, comedienne Fannie Flagg, The Earl Scruggs Revue and Dr. Robert Akeret.

    Good episode. Some of the episode dealt with Howard Cosell's recently-released paperback version of his book "Cosell." Dr. Akeret, a psychologist, "analyzed" some of the photos inside the book, including one of Cosell at Seaworld looking away as a killer whale leaps out of the pool. Akeret theorizes that Cosell has a great ability to "detach" himself from events. Cosell answers (in typical Cosellian staccato): "The truth of the matter is I was scared to death and wouldn't look at the damned whale."

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  • August 28, 1974
    August 28, 1974
    Episode 243
    8/28/74
    0.0
    Martha Mitchell co-hosts; guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, authors Victor Marchetti and John Marks.
  • August 27, 1974
    August 27, 1974
    Episode 242
    8/27/74
    0.0
    Martha Mitchell co-hosts; guests are singer Olivia Newton-John, comedian Dick Shawn, market researcher Marty Herbst and sociologist Jay Schulman.
  • Week of August 26, 1974
    8/26/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is author Martha Mitchell (Week of 26Aug74-30Aug74); guests are comedian Richard Pryor and Political wives Mrs. McGovern, Mrs. Dellenback, Mrs. Javits and Mrs. Mandel.
  • August 23, 1974
    August 23, 1974
    Episode 240
    8/23/74
    0.0
    John Davidson co-hosts; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, Jazz musicians Oscar Peterson and Ray Brown, singer-songwriter Terry Gibbs and author Min Yee.
  • August 22, 1974
    August 22, 1974
    Episode 239
    8/22/74
    0.0
    John Davidson co-hosts; guests are actor Pat O'Brien, actor-singer-dancer Ben Vereen, comedian Kip Adotta and author Dr. Morton Halperin.
  • August 17, 1973
    August 17, 1973
    Episode 239
    8/17/73
    0.0
    Chuck Connors concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Marcia Rose, comedian Orson Bean, Dr. Louise Wensel, Dr. Hu Lee, Dr. Ju-Ling King, Aaron Banks black belt karate expert and actor and Titus Chan cooking show host of "Cooking the Chan-ese Way".
  • August 21, 1974
    August 21, 1974
    Episode 238
    8/21/74
    0.0
    Ray Stevens co-hosts; guests are actor George Maharis, comedian Ron Carey, The Miracles and Congressman John Rhodes (R-Ariz).
  • August 16, 1973
    August 16, 1973
    Episode 238
    8/16/73
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, film critic Rex Reed, actors Phil Foster and Edward Albert.
  • August 20, 1974
    August 20, 1974
    Episode 237
    8/20/74
    0.0
    Ray Stevens co-hosts; guests are comedian Marty Allen, drummer Buddy Rich, singer Sarah Vaughan and National Spelling Bee champion Julie Junkin.
  • August 15, 1973
    August 15, 1973
    Episode 237
    8/15/73
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are actor Howard Curtis, actresses Mabel Albertson and Jean Epper, TV talk show host Alan Burke, The O'Jays and Katie Kelly.
  • Week of August 19, 1974
    8/19/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Ray Stevens (Week of 19Aug74-23Aug74); guests are actor Richard Harris, and his wife actress Ann Turkel, comedian Milt Kamen, ballerina Natalia Makarova and ballet dancer Ivan Nagy.
  • August 14, 1973
    August 14, 1973
    Episode 236
    8/14/73
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Bob Uecker, Wren Prather Miss New Mexico, musical group Dawn, musician Paul Cunningham and magician and trick card artist John Scarne.
  • August 16, 1974
    August 16, 1974
    Episode 235
    8/16/74
    0.0
    Marvin Hamlisch concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Red Skelton, disco singer Paul Parker and improv singer Steve DePass.
  • Week of August 13, 1973
    8/13/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Chuck Connors (Week of 13Aug73-17Aug73); guests are comedian Marty Allen, skating champion Peggy Fleming, columnist Jim Bacon and hypnotist Sam Vine.
  • August 15, 1974
    August 15, 1974
    Episode 234
    8/15/74
    0.0
    Marvin Hamlisch co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Phyllis Newman, comedian Charlie Callas, boxing champ Joe Frazier, Rep. Martha Griffiths and Marvin's mother Mrs. Lilly Hamlisch.
  • August 3, 1973
    August 3, 1973
    Episode 234
    8/3/73
    0.0
    Pat Cooper concludes his co-hosting duties; guest is singer Jaye P. Morgan.
  • August 14, 1974
    August 14, 1974
    Episode 233
    8/14/74
    0.0
    Marvin Hamlisch co-hosts; guests are comedian Buddy Hackett, actor James Darren and David Bittner of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
  • August 2, 1973
    August 2, 1973
    Episode 233
    8/2/73
    0.0
    Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are actor-singer George Montgomery, actress Joanna Cassidy, singer Dana Valery, organist-comic Stan Kann, mimes Robert Shields and Lorene Yarnell.
  • August 13, 1974
    August 13, 1974
    Episode 232
    8/13/74
    0.0
    Marvin Hamlisch co-hosts; guests are comedienne Anne Meara, singer Vikki Carr, Ragtime pianist Lillian Williams, Marvin Matthew, Dr. L.S. and John Wolfe.
  • August 1, 1973
    August 1, 1973
    Episode 232
    8/1/73
    0.0
    Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are actor Gabe Kaplan, Dr. Joyce Brothers, author Thomas Sanchez, singer Angela Bacari and The Persuasions.
  • Week of August 12, 1974
    8/12/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is pianist-composer Marvin Hamlisch (Week of 12Aug74-16Aug74); guests are comedy legend Groucho Marx, actors Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould promoting their current film S*P*Y*S, singer-dancer-actress Donna McKechnie and The DeFranco Family. Groucho talks about the recent re-release of Animal Crackers.
  • July 31, 1973
    July 31, 1973
    Episode 231
    7/31/73
    0.0
    Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are actor James Darren and the Senior Citizen's Band.
  • July 26, 1974
    July 26, 1974
    Episode 230
    7/26/74
    0.0
    Rex Reed concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Dana Valery and her brother tenor Sergio Franchi, musician Dave Brubeck, faith healer Kathryn Kuhlman and The Maryland Motion Picture Censor Board with Mary Avara and David Preller who discuss film censorship.
  • Week of July 30, 1973
    Week of July 30, 1973
    Episode 230
    7/30/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Pat Cooper (Week of 30Jul73-03Aug73); guests are singer Jerry Vale, comic Foster Brooks, exercise expert Debbie Drake and author Jim Bouton.
  • July 25, 1974
    July 25, 1974
    Episode 229
    7/25/74
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are director Francis Ford Coppola, actresses Lee Grant and Joan Hackett, singing group The Kim Brothers, Michi Sahara, Dr. Leland Clark and film critic Molly Haskell author of "From Reverence to Rape: the Treatment of Women in the Movies".
  • July 27, 1973
    July 27, 1973
    Episode 229
    7/28/73
    0.0
    Cloris Leachman concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Cloris' sister Claiborne Cary, TV personality Henry Morgan, boxing champ Rocky Graziano and Dr. Irwin Stillman.
  • July 24, 1974
    July 24, 1974
    Episode 228
    7/24/74
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, director Melvin Van Peebles, Coauthors Bernard Berkowitz and Mildred Newman of "How to Be Your Own Best Friend" and pop group The Hues Corporation.
  • July 26, 1973
    July 26, 1973
    Episode 228
    7/26/73
    0.0
    Cloris Leachman co-hosts; guests are Cloris' husband George Englund, comedian Pat Cooper and trainer Rudd Weatherwax and Lassie.
  • July 23, 1974
    July 23, 1974
    Episode 227
    7/23/74
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are lyricist Sammy Cahn, Jazz pianist Bill Evans, actress Sylvia Sims, Barbara Howar, author of "Laughing All the Way" and Marty Herbst and Jay Schulman, two men who participated in the jury selection for the Mitchell/Stans trial.
  • July 25, 1973
    July 25, 1973
    Episode 227
    7/25/73
    0.0
    Cloris Leachman co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Shaw, actress Judith Lowry, director Otto Preminger, comedian Lonnie Shorr and Charles Degen.
  • Week of July 22, 1974
    Week of July 22, 1974
    Episode 226
    7/22/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is film critic Rex Reed (Week of 22Jul74-26Jul74); guests are actress-dancer Jane Powell, Gunsmoke actress Amanda Blake, singer Eddie Kendricks and Dr. David Reuben. Also Award winning TV commercials.
  • July 24, 1973
    July 24, 1973
    Episode 226
    7/24/73
    0.0
    Cloris Leachman co-hosts; guests are Cloris' sons' group, "Wild Hickory Nuts", actor Greg Morris and comedian Lonnie Shorr.
  • July 19, 1974
    July 19, 1974
    Episode 225
    7/19/74
    0.0
    Sly Stone concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Tom and Dick Smothers, actor-dancer Ben Vereen of Pippin', Fashion designer Jacques Bellini and Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward, coauthors of "All the President's Men".
  • Week of July 23, 1973
    Week of July 23, 1973
    Episode 225
    7/23/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress-comedienne Cloris Leachman (Week of 23Jul73-27Jul73); guests are Mr. Blackwell who named Cloris one of the 10 Worst Dressed Women, Jazz singer Carmel Quinn and Rafael Penedo.
  • July 18, 1974
    July 18, 1974
    Episode 224
    7/18/74
    0.0
    Sly Stone co-hosts; guests are actor-dancer Joel Grey, comedian Richard Pryor, heiress Cinda Firestone and The King Charles Troupe, who play basketball while riding unicycles.
  • July 13, 1973
    July 13, 1973
    Episode 224
    7/13/73
    0.0
    David Steinberg concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Merle Oberon, Washington Socialite columnist and author Barbara Howar and singer Anne Murray.
  • July 17, 1974
    July 17, 1974
    Episode 223
    7/17/74
    0.0
    Sly Stone co-hosts; guests are boxing great Muhammad Ali, actor Theodore Bikel, The Family Stone and Congressman Wayne Hays (D-Ohio).
  • July 12, 1973
    July 12, 1973
    Episode 223
    7/12/73
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are singer B.J. Thomas, comic actor Billy DeWolfe, Dr. Cornelia Wilbur and Dr. Flora Rheta Schreiber.
  • July 16, 1974
    July 16, 1974
    Episode 222
    7/16/74
    0.0
    Sly Stone co-hosts; guests are Sly's sister Rose Banks, TV game show host Peter Marshall, The O'Jays, Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus producer Irvin Feld, World's Smallest Man 33-inch tall Michu and long jumper Al Hamlin and his coach.
  • July 11, 1973
    July 11, 1973
    Episode 222
    7/11/73
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are actor George Maharis, Little Anthony and the Imperials, comedian Milt Kamen, trampoline champion George Hery and Ike Palazano.
  • Week of July 15, 1974
    Week of July 15, 1974
    Episode 221
    7/15/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is pop singer Sly Stone (Week of 15Jul74-19Jul74); guests are singer Mama Cass Elliot, actor Rodney Allen Rippy, columnist Jack Anderson and Dusko Popov author of "Spy---Counterspy" and The Swedish Table Tennis Team. Highlights: Sly Stone performs "Dance to the Music".
  • July 10, 1973
    July 10, 1973
    Episode 221
    7/10/73
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are comedienne-actress Lucie Arnaz, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly and Opera singer Roberta Peters.
  • July 12, 1974
    July 12, 1974
    Episode 220
    7/12/74
    0.0
    From Philadelphia's Independence Mall, Bobby Riggs concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Bobby Vinton, comedian Dick Shawn, Boxing promoter Don King, Eagles kicker Tom Dempsey, Sylvia and the Moments, members of the Atoms, the city's soccer team and a race-walking team from Temple University.
  • Week of July 9, 1973
    Week of July 9, 1973
    Episode 220
    7/9/73
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are James Bond actor Roger Moore, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, singer Connie Francis, he Four Tops and the Reverend Troy Perry. Highlights: Connie sings "Tie A Yellow Ribbon". The Four Tops perform, "Ain't No Woman" and "Are You Man Enough".
  • July 11, 1974
    July 11, 1974
    Episode 219
    7/11/74
    0.0
    From Philadelphia's Independence Mall, Bobby Riggs co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Lawford, singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, Clifford and Edith Irving and members of the fire department and mounted police.
  • July 6, 1973
    July 6, 1973
    Episode 219
    7/6/73
    0.0
    Soupy Sales concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Burt Reynolds, tennis champ Bobby Riggs, comedian David Brenner, actor Clint Holmes and astrologer Jean Dixon.
  • July 10, 1974
    July 10, 1974
    Episode 218
    7/10/74
    0.0
    From Philadelphia's Independence Mall, Bobby Riggs co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Harris and his wife actress Ann Turkel, comedian Soupy Sales, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, tennis champ Rosemary Casals, trampolinist Alexandra Nicholson and the U.S. Army's Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps.
  • July 5, 1973
    July 5, 1973
    Episode 218
    7/5/73
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are actor Burt Reynolds, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, Thomas Tryon author of "Harvest Home", Clyde Wallace and the owner of a bugging-equipment shop.
  • July 9, 1974
    July 9, 1974
    Episode 217
    7/9/74
    0.0
    From Philadelphia's Independence Mall, Bobby Riggs co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, comic Pat Cooper, actor Joe Earley, pop group The Main Ingredient and hoedown dancers from the Kutztown Folk Festival. Also a roller-game demonstration.
  • July 4, 1973
    July 4, 1973
    Episode 217
    7/4/73
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Mitchum, singer Teresa Brewer, director Peter Yates and comedian-actor Martin Mull.
  • Week of July 8, 1974
    Week of July 8, 1974
    Episode 216
    7/8/74
    0.0
    From Philadelphia's Independence Mall, Mike's co-host this week is tennis champ Bobby Riggs (Week of 08Jul74-12Jul74); guests are comedienne-actress Lucie Arnaz, singer Vic Damone, TV personality Marciarose, High-wire artist Erick the Great, Tennis coach Chuck McKinley and the Cardinal Doughtery High School Band.
  • July 3, 1973
    July 3, 1973
    Episode 216
    7/3/73
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are political author David Eisenhower, improvisational singer Steve DePasse, former Vietnam POW Lt. Col. John Dramesi and animal trainer Lew Burke and his dog Buddy.
  • July 5, 1974
    July 5, 1974
    Episode 215
    7/5/74
    0.0
    Mac Davis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Elizabeth Ashley, boxing great Rocky Graziano, The Pointer Sisters, impressionists Dean Scott with Bobby Bradshaw and Disc jockey Murray the K.
  • Week of July 2, 1973
    Week of July 2, 1973
    Episode 215
    7/2/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Soupy Sales (Week of 02Jul73-06Jul73); guests are actor Christopher Plummer and singer Tommy Roe.
  • July 4, 1974
    July 4, 1974
    Episode 214
    7/4/74
    0.0
    Mac Davis co-hosts; guests are actress-singer Phyllis Newman, comedian Steve Landesberg, harmonic player Jimmy Riddle, guitarist Jack Phelps, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass.
  • June 29, 1973
    June 29, 1973
    Episode 214
    6/29/73
    0.0
    Joel Grey concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are pianist Roger Williams, the cast of Broadway's Godspell and circus trainer Gunther Gebel-Williams.
  • July 3, 1974
    July 3, 1974
    Episode 213
    7/3/74
    0.0
    Mac Davis co-hosts; guests are actress Connie Stevens, comedian Redd Foxx, comic Slappy White, Golf champ Johnny Miller, dance group The Little Steps and The Power of Attorney, a singing group of present and former inmates.
  • June 28, 1973
    June 28, 1973
    Episode 213
    6/28/73
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are actor Lee Marvin, comedienne Betty Walker, Robert L. Green fashion editor for Playboy and Amarillo Slim Lyn Christopher.
  • July 2, 1974
    July 2, 1974
    Episode 212
    7/2/74
    0.0
    Mac Davis co-hosts; guests are actress Dina Merrill, Country singer Tanya Tucker, Tanya's father Bo Tucker, Don Koehler the World's Tallest man and Baseball pitcher Johnny Rutherford.
  • June 27, 1973
    June 27, 1973
    Episode 212
    6/27/73
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Beverly Sills, composer John Kander and animal trainers Earl and Elizabeth Hammond.
  • Week of July 1, 1974
    Week of July 1, 1974
    Episode 211
    7/1/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Mac Davis (Week of 01Jul74-05Jul74); guests are actress Helen Hayes, actor-comedian Gabriel Kaplan, film critic Rex Reed and magician Doug Henning.
  • June 26, 1973
    June 26, 1973
    Episode 211
    6/26/73
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are singer Buddy Greco and comedian-clarient player Mickey Katz father of Joel Grey.
  • June 28, 1974
    June 28, 1974
    Episode 210
    6/28/74
    0.0
    Kate Smith concludes her co-hosting duties; guests include actor Forrest Tucker, comedian Henny Youngman, designer Edith Head, author Arnold Weissberger, Joseph Rizzo linebacker for the Denver Broncos, pop group The Main Ingredient and the Uniroyal Thrill Team.
  • Week of June 25, 1973
    Week of June 25, 1973
    Episode 210
    6/25/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey (Week of 25Jun73-29Jun73); guests are actress Michelle Lee, drummer Buddy Rich and actor Ken Howard.
  • June 27, 1974
    June 27, 1974
    Episode 209
    6/27/74
    0.0
    Kate Smith co-hosts; guests are comic Ron Carey, Rock group Puzzle, The DeFranco Family, Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bernie Parent, political cartoonist Rob Lawlor, Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp's daughter belly dancer Joanne Shapp. Also: a string band.
  • June 22, 1973
    June 22, 1973
    Episode 209
    6/22/73
    0.0
    From Sea World in Ohio, Marty Allen concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, U.S. Navy Parachute Team Atlantic; The Flying Pierces; The Spinners, singing group; Sea World Lumber Jacks and Sunja, the world's first and only water skiing elephant.
  • June 26, 1974
    June 26, 1974
    Episode 208
    6/26/74
    0.0
    Kate Smith co-hosts; guests are singer Eddy Arnold, humorist Sam Levenson, pianist George Shearing, The Philadelphia Wings lacrosse team and the winner of the Betty Crocker National Leadership award, Susan Van Wechel.
  • June 21, 1973
    June 21, 1973
    Episode 208
    6/21/73
    0.0
    From Sea World in Ohio, Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, actor Robert Conrad, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the Flying Pierces, Mike Finnan and Tim Moore and the Tommy Bartlett Aqua Ballet.
  • June 25, 1974
    June 25, 1974
    Episode 207
    6/25/74
    0.0
    Kate Smith co-hosts; guests are actress Jean Stapleton, Clayton Kirkpatrick, Editor of the Chicago Tribune, pop group New York City and Memory experts Jerry Lucas & Harry Lorayne.
  • June 20, 1973
    June 20, 1973
    Episode 207
    6/20/73
    0.0
    From Sea World in Ohio, Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Conrad, actor-singer Fabian, Moon voyager astronaut Neil Armstrong, acrobat Alexandra Nicholson and the New Seekers. Also included: Shamu the killer whale and a speedboat show.
  • Week of June 24, 1974
    Week of June 24, 1974
    Episode 206
    6/24/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Kate Smith (Week of 24Jun74-28Jun74); guests are singer Tony Orlando and Dawn, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, composers Lyn Duddy & Jerry Bresler and from the Philadelphia Flyers hockey player Dave "The Hammer" Schultz.
  • June 19, 1973
    June 19, 1973
    Episode 206
    6/19/73
    0.0
    From Sea World in Ohio, Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are comic Rip Taylor, singer Al Green, The Spinners, The U.S. Navy parachute team, the Sea World Lumber Jacks and the Sea World Ding-a-ling Brothers Circus.
  • June 14, 1974
    June 14, 1974
    Episode 205
    6/14/74
    0.0
    Joan Rivers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, comedian David Brenner, Joy Adamson, author "Born Free", Eagles quarterback Roman Gabriel and Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes. Also a stunt driver, and a Kung Fu demonstration.
  • Week of June 18, 1973
    Week of June 18, 1973
    Episode 205
    6/18/73
    0.0
    From Sea World in Ohio, Mike's co-host this week is comedian Marty Allen (Week of 18Jun73-22Jun73); guests are singer Julie DeJohn, singer Chuck Berry, Miss America 1965 Vonda Van Dyke, Tommy Bartlett Water Ski show and the Sea World Dolphins.
  • June 13, 1974
    June 13, 1974
    Episode 204
    6/13/74
    0.0
    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are comedian Dom DeLuise, Senator Walter Mondale (D-Minn), Nathan Azrin & Richard Foxx, coauthors of "Toilet Training in Less Than A Day", guitarist Los Indios Tabajaras and Kool and the Gang.
  • June 15, 1973
    June 15, 1973
    Episode 204
    6/15/73
    0.0
    Liberace concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Ben Gazzara, organist Virgil Fox, musician Toby Fleming, Bill Targ publisher of the novel "The Godfather" and author Colin Simpson.
  • June 12, 1974
    June 12, 1974
    Episode 203
    6/12/74
    0.0
    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., puppeteer Shari Lewis, comedian Stan Kann, Dr. Virginia Apgar, coauthor of "Is My Baby All Right?" and singing duo Seals and Croft.
  • June 14, 1973
    June 14, 1973
    Episode 203
    6/14/73
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are actor Chill Wills, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Basketball star Jerry Lucas, memory expert Harry Lorayne and The Staple Singers.
  • June 11, 1974
    June 11, 1974
    Episode 202
    6/11/74
    0.0
    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, singer Jim Stafford, comedian Marty Allen, hair stylist Mr. Kenneth and an ant expert.
  • June 13, 1973
    June 13, 1973
    Episode 202
    6/13/73
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are actor James Farentino, The Brady Bunch Kids: Susan Olsen, Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland and the "Trinidad Steel Band".
  • Week of June 10, 1974
    Week of June 10, 1974
    Episode 201
    6/10/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Joan Rivers (Week of 10Jun74-14Jun74); guests are comedienne-actress Nanette Fabray, actor Richard Deacon, soap maven Agnes Nixon, actor Don Stewart of the soap The Guiding Light and singer Barry Manilow. Highlights: Barry sings, "A Very Strange Medley".
  • June 12, 1973
    June 12, 1973
    Episode 201
    6/12/73
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, anthropologist Ashley Montague and Burlesque dancer Ann Corio.
  • June 7, 1974
    June 7, 1974
    Episode 200
    6/7/74
    0.0
    George Raft concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are boxing great Muhammad Ali, TV personality George Jessel, singer Teresa Brewer and Miguel Pinero, playwright of "Short Eyes".
  • Week of June 11, 1973
    Week of June 11, 1973
    Episode 200
    6/11/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Liberace (Week of 11Jun73-15Jun73); guests are boxing champ Rocky Graziano and the Mike Curb Congregation.
  • June 6, 1974
    June 6, 1974
    Episode 199
    6/6/74
    0.0
    George Raft co-hosts; guests are singer-composer Don McLean, actor-author Ulick O'Connor, author Gwen Davis, Rockefeller Foundation President John Knowles and rock group Fanny.
  • June 8, 1973
    June 8, 1973
    Episode 199
    6/8/73
    0.0
    Ted Knight concludes his co-hosting duties; guest is Moe Howard from The Three Stooges. Mike Douglas brought Moe Howard, the last surviving member of the original Three Stooges, back from obscurity for a memorable pie-fighting contest.
  • June 5, 1974
    June 5, 1974
    Episode 198
    6/5/74
    0.0
    George Raft co-hosts; guests are actor John Houseman, musician Woody Herman, fighter Rocky Graziano, singer Melba Montgomery and Peter Heller, author of "In This Corner".
  • June 7, 1973
    June 7, 1973
    Episode 198
    6/7/73
    0.0
    Ted Knight co-hosts; guests are actor Sal Mineo, comedienne Marcia Wallace and singer Tommy Leonetti.
  • June 4, 1974
    June 4, 1974
    Episode 197
    6/4/74
    0.0
    George Raft co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Pat Boone, comedian Dick Shawn, Games expert John Scarne and The Spinners.
  • June 6, 1973
    June 6, 1973
    Episode 197
    6/6/73
    0.0
    Ted Knight co-hosts; guests are actor Charles Grodin, singer Aliza Kashi, journalist Frank McGee and comedian Marty Allen.
  • Week of June 3, 1974
    Week of June 3, 1974
    Episode 196
    6/3/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor George Raft (Week of 03Jun74-07Jun74); guests are singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, actress Marlo Thomas, comedian Professor Irwin Corey and Miami Dolphins Fullback Larry Csonka. Also a 9-year old girl who wants to play Little League Baseball.
  • June 5, 1973
    June 5, 1973
    Episode 196
    6/5/73
    0.0
    Ted Knight co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, columnist Jack Smith, singer Marilyn Maye and comedian Professor Irwin Corey.
  • May 31, 1974
    May 31, 1974
    Episode 195
    5/31/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, Jonathan Winters concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-songwriter Paul Anka, comedienne Totie Fields, entertainer Liberace, Joy Adamson author of "Born Free" and Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. Also a hovercraft demonstration.
  • Week of June 4, 1973
    Week of June 4, 1973
    Episode 195
    6/4/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Ted Knight of TV's The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Week of 04Jun73-08Jun73); guests are consumer advocate Ralph Nader, singer Hattie Winston, actor Paul Sorvino of "That Championship Season" and magician Walter Zaney Blaney.
  • May 30, 1974
    May 30, 1974
    Episode 194
    5/30/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Pat Boone and his family, actress Connie Stevens, comedian Louis Nye, actor Jay Silverheels, comedienne Mary Gregory and The Dancing Argentinian Gauchos. Also a dog act.
  • June 1, 1973
    June 1, 1973
    Episode 194
    6/1/73
    0.0
    Sally Struthers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., actor Ernest Borgnine, actress Cloris Leachman, comedian Corbett Monica, singer Trini Lopez and Buttons the Clown.
  • May 29, 1974
    May 29, 1974
    Episode 193
    5/29/74
    10
    From Las Vegas Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are entertainer Jerry Lewis, singer Abbe Lane, comedian Jack Carter, comedienne Mary Gregory and The Four Seasons.
  • May 31, 1973
    May 31, 1973
    Episode 193
    5/31/73
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests are singer Julie DeJohn, singer-songwriter Mickey Newbury, Jazz singer Sue Raney, Bernard Toll, Rabbi Rudolph Brasch and a Bridal fashion show.
  • May 28, 1974
    May 28, 1974
    Episode 192
    5/28/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet and his wife singer-actress Carol Lawrence, singer Jimmy Osmond and Atlanta Constitution editor Reg Murphy.
  • May 30, 1973
    May 30, 1973
    Episode 192
    5/30/73
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests are actress Eileen Brennan, Olympic track & field medalist Wilma Rudolph, singer Tommy Roe and Marcia Seligson author of "Cosmopolitan's Super Diets & Exercise Guide".
  • Week of May 27, 1974
    Week of May 27, 1974
    Episode 191
    5/27/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, Mike's co-host this week is comedian Jonathan Winters (Week of 27May74-31May74); guests are comedian Redd Foxx, singer Sarah Vaughan, actor Ernest Borgnine, comedian Marty Allen and comic-actor Ronnie Graham.
  • May 29, 1973
    May 29, 1973
    Episode 191
    5/29/73
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests are actress Jacqueline Bisset, comedian Sid Caesar, actor Edward Albert and singer Fabian.
  • May 24, 1974
    May 24, 1974
    Episode 190
    5/24/74
    0.0
    Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Tony Curtis, singer-actress Florence Henderson, Dr. Irwin Stillman, Totie's hubby George Johnston, Scottish child singer Lena Zavaroni and Alison Liberty.
  • Week of May 28, 1973
    Week of May 28, 1973
    Episode 190
    5/28/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Sally Struthers (Week of 28May73-01Jun73); guests are actress Faye Dunaway, singer Al Martino, comedian Pat Cooper, director Stanley Kramer, lawyer F. Lee Bailey and horticulturist Thalassa Cruso.
  • May 23, 1974
    May 23, 1974
    Episode 189
    5/23/74
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actors James Whitmore and Sir Michael Redgrave, actress Sara Kestelman, singer Billy Daniels, comic Billy Baxter and banjo player Scotty Plummer.
  • May 25, 1973
    May 25, 1973
    Episode 189
    5/25/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Shirley Temple Black, singer Lorna Luft, Jazz Trumpet player (Reuben) Ruby Braff, former boxing champ Muhammad Ali, comedian Corbett Monica and author Ralph Pearl. Highlights: Lorna sings, "Our Day Will Come".
  • May 22, 1974
    May 22, 1974
    Episode 188
    5/22/74
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are The Fifth Dimension, Dr. David Reuben and Mr. Fredrick of Hollywood.
  • May 24, 1973
    May 24, 1973
    Episode 188
    5/24/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are comedian Jack Carter, composer Cy Coleman, director Peter Bogdanovich and actress Tatum O'Neal (Ryan O'Neal's daughter).
  • May 21, 1974
    May 21, 1974
    Episode 187
    5/21/74
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests aree comedian Robert Klein, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, singer-composer Harry Chapin, Kiss rock star Gene Simmons, guitarist Ben Hunter and Dr. Joyce Brothers. Highlights: Kiss performs "Firehouse".
  • May 23, 1973
    May 23, 1973
    Episode 187
    5/23/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are singer Morgana King, comedian Henny Youngman, photographer John Dornes, Jazz pianist George Shearing and author Joe McGinnis.
  • Week of May 20, 1974
    Week of May 20, 1974
    Episode 186
    5/20/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Totie Fields (Week of 20May74-24May74); guests are boxing great Rocky Graziano, singer Tommy Leonetti, author Peter Benchley, comic musician David Sewall and dress designer Don Peacock.
  • May 22, 1973
    May 22, 1973
    Episode 186
    4/22/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are comedienne Jo Anne Worley, baseball player Johnny Bench, bandleader Eric Delaney, Aaron Banks karate expert, actor and friend of Bruce Lee and Frank Wills security guard who uncovered the break-in that led to the Watergate scandal.
  • May 17, 1974
    May 17, 1974
    Episode 185
    5/17/74
    0.0
    Salute to the 60's, Chubby Checker co-hosts; guests are U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers, educator Kenneth J. O'Connell and historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker.
  • Week of May 21, 1973
    Week of May 21, 1973
    Episode 185
    5/21/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Tony Bennett (Week of 21May73-25May73); guests are actress Helen Hayes, musician Woody Herman, comedian Pat Cooper and Jacques Wilson wrote the narration of the Moog album "Signs of the Zodiac".
  • May 16, 1974
    May 16, 1974
    Episode 184
    5/16/74
    0.0
    Salute to the 50's, Liberace co-hosts; guests are former Mouseketeer singer-actress Annette Funicello, Hit Parade hosts and singers Snooky Lanson and Gisele MacKenzie, Roy M. Cohn, Chief counsel during the McCarthy hearings and historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker.
  • May 18, 1973
    May 18, 1973
    Episode 184
    5/18/73
    0.0
    Jean Stapleton concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Norm Crosby, actress Eileen Heckart, musical group Dawn, author Peter Maas and Jean's children Pam and John Putch.
  • May 15, 1974
    May 15, 1974
    Episode 183
    5/15/74
    0.0
    Salute to the 40's, Shirley Temple Black co-hosts; guests are actress and star of the film Laura Gene Tierney, The Lawrence Welk Show dancers Bobby Burgess and Cissy King, Jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie and historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker.
  • May 17, 1973
    May 17, 1973
    Episode 183
    5/17/73
    0.0
    Jean Stapleton co-hosts; guests are actress Maureen Stapleton, actor Lou Jacobi, singer-actress Bernadette Peters and meat-buying expert John Person.
  • May 14, 1974
    May 14, 1974
    Episode 182
    5/14/74
    0.0
    Salute to the 30's, Pat O'Brien co-hosts; guests are dancer-actress Ginger Rogers, ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and Mortimer Snerd, The Inkspots and historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker.
  • May 16, 1973
    May 16, 1973
    Episode 182
    5/16/73
    0.0
    Jean Stapleton co-hosts; guests are actor Tony Randall, actress-singer-dancer Leland Palmer of "Pippin" and columnist Jack Anderson.
  • Week of May 13, 1974
    Week of May 13, 1974
    Episode 181
    5/13/74
    0.0
    Mike has a week long salute to the 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's. Today a Salute to the 20's, Rudy Vallee co-hosts; guests are Ragtime pianist Eubie Blake, actor Buddy Rogers, Ruth Malcolmson Miss America 1924 and historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker.
  • May 15, 1973
    May 15, 1973
    Episode 181
    5/15/73
    0.0
    Jean Stapleton co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, actor Richard Thomas, Magician Walter Zaney Blaney and Physical fitness expert Bonnie Prudden.
  • May 10, 1974
    May 10, 1974
    Episode 180
    5/10/74
    0.0
    David Steinberg concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Diahann Carroll, rock perform Sly Stone, actor Will Geer and boxer "Windmill" Ray White.
  • Week of May 14, 1973
    Week of May 14, 1973
    Episode 180
    5/14/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-actress Jean Stapleton (Week of 14May73-18May73); guests are Jean's husband Bill Putch, actor Jack Albertson, Jazz singer Cleo Laine and author Jerzy Kosinski.
  • May 9, 1974
    May 9, 1974
    Episode 179
    5/9/74
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are actor James Earl Jones, actresses Viveca Lindfors and Adrienne Barbeau, sportscaster Don Meredith, singer Floyd Dakil and Merle Miller, author of "Plain Speaking".
  • May 11, 1973
    May 11, 1973
    Episode 179
    5/11/73
    0.0
    Redd Foxx concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Princess Grace Kelly Ranier, comedian Slappy White, Father Roland Melody, Jazz pianist-composer Leonard Feather and World famous juggler Albert Lucas.
  • May 8, 1974
    May 8, 1974
    Episode 178
    5/8/74
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are actor Jon Voight, Jazz drummer Buddy Rich, Good Times actress Esther Rolle, comedian Henny Youngman and Dr. Joyce Brothers.
  • May 10, 1973
    May 10, 1973
    Episode 178
    5/10/73
    0.0
    Redd Foxx co-hosts; guests are comedian Slappy White, actor Demond Wilson, comedian-actor Stepin Fetchit, Jazz singer Koffie and Jazz dancer Baby Laurence.
  • May 7, 1974
    May 7, 1974
    Episode 177
    5/7/74
    0.0
    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are actors George Peppard and Edward Asner, singer Carl Anderson, The Oak Ridge Boys and Entomologist Alice Grey.
  • May 9, 1973
    May 9, 1973
    Episode 177
    5/9/73
    0.0
    Redd Foxx co-hosts; guests are comedienne Moms Mabley, comedian Slappy White, Jazz pianist Dorothy Donegan and Mr. Black, Jean Nidetch founder of Weight Watchers and rock climber-physical fitness advocate Bonnie Prudden.
  • Week of May 6, 1974
    Week of May 6, 1974
    Episode 176
    5/6/74
    0.0

    Mike's co-host this week is comedian David Steinberg (Week of 06May74-10May74); guests are famed artist Salvador Dali, Maude actor Bill Macy and comedian Pat Henry. Also a discussion of vasectomies.

  • May 8, 1973
    May 8, 1973
    Episode 176
    5/8/73
    0.0
    Redd Foxx co-hosts; guests are actress-comedienne Jean Stapleton, comedian Slappy White, Jazz trumpet player Harry 'Sweets' Edison and impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels.
  • May 3, 1974
    May 3, 1974
    Episode 175
    5/3/74
    0.0
    Beatrice Arthur concludes her co-hosting duties; guests include actor Jack Klugman, Gabriel Kaplan, singer Anne Murray, Gloria Vanderbilt and singer Dick Haymes. Also Roberto Canessa and Nando Parrado, survivors of the 1972 plane crash in the Andes.
  • Week of May 7, 1973
    Week of May 7, 1973
    Episode 175
    5/7/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Redd Foxx (Week of 07May73-11May73); guests are comedienne Totie Fields and comedian Slappy White.
  • May 2, 1974
    May 2, 1974
    Episode 174
    5/2/74
    0.0
    Beatrice Arthur co-hosts; guests are comedian David Steinberg, TV commercial star Mason Reese, singer Erica Trevor and Robert Opel, the streaker at the Academy Awards.
  • May 4, 1973
    May 4, 1973
    Episode 174
    5/4/73
    0.0
    Martin Milner & Kent McCord conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actor Charlton Heston, singer Julie Budd, author Dorothy Uhnak and actor Jonathan Sand.
  • May 1, 1974
    May 1, 1974
    Episode 173
    5/1/74
    0.0
    Beatrice Arthur co-hosts; guests are comedienne-actress Marcia Wallace, Michael & Robert Meeropol, sons of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and singing group The Rhodes Kids.
  • May 3, 1973
    May 3, 1973
    Episode 173
    5/3/73
    0.0
    Martin Milner & Kent McCord co-host; guests are actor Sam Groom, singer Brenda Lee, violinist Dave Greenberg, Bob Hantz the retired policeman whose story was written by L.H. Whittemore author of "The Super Cops".
  • April 30, 1974
    April 30, 1974
    Episode 172
    4/30/74
    0.0
    Beatrice Arthur co-hosts; guests include Melba Moore, film director Dick Robinson, Jack Douglas, his wife Reiko, Republican National Committee chairman George Bush and Joe's Stone Crab demonstration.
  • May 2, 1973
    May 2, 1973
    Episode 172
    5/2/73
    0.0
    Martin Milner & Kent McCord co-host; guests are ventriloquist Paul Winchell, organist Virgil Fox and press photographer Chuck Burton.
  • Week of April 29, 1974
    4/29/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-actress Beatrice Arthur (Week of 29Apr74-03May74); guests aree actor Ben Gazzara, impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels, Dr. Benjamin Spock and the singing group Tavares.
  • May 1, 1973
    May 1, 1973
    Episode 171
    5/1/73
    0.0
    Martin Milner & Kent McCord co-host; guests are actor Jack Klugman, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, author Barbara Howar and comedian Marv Schultz.
  • April 26, 1974
    April 26, 1974
    Episode 170
    4/26/74
    0.0
    Richard Thomas concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-ambassador Shirley Temple Black, singing group The Bee Gees, singers Bobby Bare and son and 12-year-old expert on bonsai gardening Lisa Grundy.
  • Week of April 30, 1973
    4/30/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are the stars of TV's Adam-12 actors Martin Milner & Kent McCord (Week of 30Apr73-04May73); guests are actors Leonard Nimoy and Don Murray, actress Nancy Fox, psychics Peter Hurkos and Stephany Courtney and author Jacqueline Susann.
  • April 25, 1974
    April 25, 1974
    Episode 169
    4/25/74
    0.0
    Richard Thomas co-hosts; guests are singer Mama Cass Elliott, author-feminist Betty Friedan, dog trainer Matthew Margolis, Voices of East Harlem and a 1920's Gatsby fashion show.
  • April 27, 1973
    April 27, 1973
    Episode 169
    4/27/73
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Marty Allen, Chicago's Frank Sinatra entertainer Jimmy Damon and artist Rhyder McClure.
  • April 24, 1974
    April 24, 1974
    Episode 168
    4/24/74
    0.0
    Richard Thomas co-hosts; guests are actress Sian Barbara Allen, singer David Clayton Thomas, TV game show host Monty Hall and Ross & Norris McWhirter editors of Guinness Book of World Records.
  • April 26, 1973
    April 26, 1973
    Episode 168
    4/26/73
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are actor Eddie Albert, actress-singer Nina Van Pallandt and Ruth Dayan (divorced wife of Moshe Dayan).
  • April 23, 1974
    April 23, 1974
    Episode 167
    4/23/74
    0.0
    Richard Thomas co-hosts; guests are the singing duo Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt, comedian Godfrey Cambridge, musical group Impact of Brass and Senator James L. Buckley (C-NY).
  • April 25, 1973
    April 25, 1973
    Episode 167
    4/25/73
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are female impersonator Lynne Carter, comic Leonard Barr, the singing duo Duval and Trina and magic act The Gustafsons.
  • Week of April 22, 1974
    4/22/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is The Waltons actor Richard Thomas (Week of 22Apr74-26Apr74); guests are actor Peter Falk of TV's Columbo, singing group New York City, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen and gardening expert Lem Jones.
  • April 24, 1973
    April 24, 1973
    Episode 166
    4/24/73
    0.0

    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are actor E.G. Marshall, Country singer-comedian Jud Strunk, writer-Civil Rights Movement activist Julian Bond and the Ceylon National Dance Co.

  • April 19, 1974
    April 19, 1974
    Episode 165
    4/19/74
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer Charles Aznavour, composer Marvin Hamlisch, comedian-actor James Coco, actor Cliff Robertson, naturalist Roger Caras and Emanuel Shimon Consul-General of Israel.
  • Week of April 23, 1973
    4/23/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Shirley Bassey (Week of 23Apr73-27Apr73); guests are actor Eddie Albert, actress Nanette Fabray and The Lettermen.
  • April 18, 1974
    April 18, 1974
    Episode 164
    4/18/74
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are actress Colleen Dewhurst, mime Marcel Marceau, composer Marvin Hamlisch, sports announcer Jack Whitaker and Penny Tweedy owner of Secretariat and Riva Ridge.
  • April 20, 1973
    April 20, 1973
    Episode 164
    4/20/73
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Robert Lansing, comedian Robert Klein, singer Melissa Manchester and from The Lawrence Welk Show dancers Bobby Burgess and Cissy King.
  • April 17, 1974
    April 17, 1974
    Episode 163
    4/17/74
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are actors Richard Chamberlain and Rip Torn, actress Geraldine Page and comedian Stan Kann.
  • April 19, 1973
    April 19, 1973
    Episode 163
    4/19/73
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are Fernando's wife actress Esther Williams, actress Dorothy Lamour, singer-songwriter Harry Chapin and singer-actor Keefe Brasselle.
  • April 16, 1974
    April 16, 1974
    Episode 162
    4/16/74
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are singer Sergio Franchi, comedian Milt Kamen, actress Jonelle Allen and author Dr. Lendon H. Smith.
  • April 18, 1973
    April 18, 1973
    Episode 162
    4/18/73
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are singer Marilyn Maye, comedian Norm Crosby and actor-director Larry Lewis.
  • Week of April 15, 1974
    4/15/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (Week of 15Apr74-19Apr74); guests are actress Eva Marie Saint, Opera stars Jan Peerce and Roberta Peters, columnist Earl Wilson, author Ralph Charell and The Electric Light Orchestra. Highlights: Songs performed include "La Traviata", "Libiamo ne lieti Calici" Guiseppe Verdi, "Maytime", "Sweethearts" Sigmund Romberg.moreless
  • April 17, 1973
    April 17, 1973
    Episode 161
    4/17/73
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are actresses Myrna Loy and Rhonda Fleming, TV Host Hugh Downs and star of the "Ginger" films actress Cheri Caffaro,
  • April 12, 1974
    April 12, 1974
    Episode 160
    4/12/74
    0.0
    Alan Alda concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Bruce Dern, the singing group Bloodstone, Maude Chasen owner of Chasen's L.A and Kyle Rote Jr., winner of the "Superstars" competition and his father Kyle Rote Sr.
  • Week of April 16, 1973
    4/16/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Fernando Lamas (Week of 16Ap73-20Apr73); guests are Broadway actress-singer-dancer Gwen Verdon, mime Marcel Marceau, dancer Tommy Tune, celebrity artist Conni Gordon and John Patrick Carroll-Abbing who gives Mike an award from Boys' Towns of Italy.
  • April 11, 1974
    April 11, 1974
    Episode 159
    4/11/74
    0.0
    Alan Alda co-hosts; guests are M*A*S*H co-star Gary Burghoff, actress Diane Keaton, boxing great Rocky Graziano, film director Mervyn LeRoy, former Miss World, Marjorie Wallace and Dr. Paul Kramer.
  • April 13, 1973
    April 13, 1973
    Episode 159
    4/13/73
    0.0
    Arthur Godfrey concludes his guest hosting duties; guests are singer Dinah Shore, columnist Jim Bacon and journalist-author Charles Mann.
  • April 10, 1974
    April 10, 1974
    Episode 158
    4/10/74
    0.0
    Alan Alda co-hosts; guests are M*A*S*H co-stars actors Wayne Rogers and McLean Stevenson, singer-actor Robert Goulet, anthropologist Jean-Pierre Hallet and photographer Dr. Douglas Dean.
  • April 12, 1973
    April 12, 1973
    Episode 158
    4/12/73
    0.0
    Arthur Godfrey is the guest host. Today's guests are guitarist Carlos Montoya, comic actor Pat Buttram and a Japanese Tea Ceremony.
  • April 9, 1974
    April 9, 1974
    Episode 157
    4/9/74
    0.0
    Alan Alda co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Bernadette Peters, comedian Corbett Monica, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, journalist-author Peter Tompkins and Pat Loud of the 1973 PBS documentary American Family.
  • April 11, 1973
    April 11, 1973
    Episode 157
    4/11/73
    0.0
    Arthur Godfrey is the guest host; guests are singer Dana Valery, comedian Henry Gibson, Ragtime pianist Max Morath, author Paul Loeb and surgeon Dr. Clarence Schein.
  • Week of April 8, 1974
    Week of April 8, 1974
    Episode 156
    4/8/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is M*A*S*H star actor Alan Alda (Week of 08Apr74-12Apr74); guests are actress Nancy Dussault, comedian Rich Little and columnist-reporter Jack Anderson.
  • April 10, 1973
    April 10, 1973
    Episode 156
    4/10/73
    0.0
    Arthur Godfrey is the guest host. Today's guests are singers Ethel Ennis and Richard Hayes, Dr. David Ehrenfeld author of "Conserving Life on Earth" and Goldie, Arthur Godfrey's horse.
  • April 5, 1974
    April 5, 1974
    Episode 155
    4/5/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas; Helen Reddy co-hosts, guests are composer Burt Bacharach, singer Wayne Newton, singer-songwriter Peter Allen, comedian Jackie Gayle, Little Anthony and the Imperials and female motorcycle stuntwoman Debbie Lawler.
  • Week of April 9, 1973
    Week of April 9, 1973
    Episode 155
    4/9/73
    0.0
    Arthur Godfrey is the guest host for the week. Today's guests are Cosmopolitan magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown, 12-year-old banjo player Scotty Plummer and actor Joe Earley.
  • April 4, 1974
    April 4, 1974
    Episode 154
    4/4/74
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, singer Helen Reddy co-hosts; guests are entertainer Jerry Lewis, comedienne Lily Tomlin, actor McLean Stevenson of "M*A*S*H", actor-comedian Gabriel Kaplan and singer-composer Paul Williams. Also: an acrobatic act and animals from the San Diego Zoo.
  • April 6, 1973
    April 6, 1973
    Episode 154
    4/6/73
    0.0
    Paul Williams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are football player turned actor Rosey Grier, actress-singer Karen Morrow and the McWhirter Twins.
  • April 3, 1974
    April 3, 1974
    Episode 153
    4/3/74
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests include Frank Sinatra Jr., actor James Brolin, comedian Shecky Greene and The Jackson 5. Highlights: The Jackson 5 perform, "It's Too Late To Change The Time" & "Dancing Machine".
  • April 5, 1973
    April 5, 1973
    Episode 153
    4/5/73
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-hosts; guests are lyricist Hal David, actress Celeste Holm, actor Johnny Whitaker and Dr. Robert Sorensen.
  • April 2, 1974
    April 2, 1974
    Episode 152
    4/2/74
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Danny Thomas, singer Vic Damone, The Defranco Family and Rupert's Kissing Bear.
  • April 4, 1973
    April 4, 1973
    Episode 152
    4/4/73
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-hosts; guests are actor Sam Melville, actress-author Margaret Truman Daniel, singer Andy Williams and his brother David Williams and model Evelyn Kuhn.
  • Week of April 1, 1974
    Week of April 1, 1974
    Episode 151
    4/1/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is comedian Dom DeLuise; guests are Playboy founder and editor Hugh Hefner, singer-Playboy bunny Barbi Benton, entertainer Liberace, comedian Foster Brooks and 12-year-old banjo player Scotty Plummer.
  • April 3, 1973
    April 3, 1973
    Episode 151
    4/3/73
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-hosts; guests are FCC's Benjamin Hooks, Ragtime pianist-composer Eubie Blake, NOW's Wilma Scott Heide and foe political activist Phyllis Schlafly.
  • March 29, 1974
    March 29, 1974
    Episode 150
    3/29/74
    0.0
    Jonathan Winters concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Connie Stevens, singer-actor Pat Boone and family, comedian Louis Nye, comedienne Mary Gregory and the Argentinian Gauchos.
  • Week of April 2, 1973
    Week of April 2, 1973
    Episode 150
    4/2/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Paul Williams (Week of 02Apr73-06Apr73); guests are actress Julie Newmar, comedian Godfrey Cambridge and Allan Grant of the California Farm Bureau.
  • March 28, 1974
    March 28, 1974
    Episode 149
    3/28/74
    10
    Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are entertainer Jerry Lewis, comedienne Mary Gregory, the Canestrelli Family, singer Abbe Lane, comedian Jack Carter and The Four Seasons.
  • March 29, 1973
    March 29, 1973
    Episode 149
    3/29/73
    0.0
    Robert Conrad concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows, boxing champ Joe Frazier and comedian Louis Nye.
  • March 27, 1974
    March 27, 1974
    Episode 148
    3/27/74
    0.0
    Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, singer-actress Carol Lawrence and Reg Murphy editor of the Atlanta Constitution.
  • March 29, 1973
    March 29, 1973
    Episode 148
    3/29/73
    0.0
    Robert Conrad co-hosts; guests are actors James Darren and Jean-Pierre Aumont, comedian Georgie Kaye, Philadelphia Flyers hockey star Bobby Clarke and author Philip Stern.
  • March 26, 1974
    March 26, 1974
    Episode 147
    3/26/74
    0.0
    Jonathan Winters co-hosts; guests are actor Ernest Borgnine, comedian Redd Foxx, singer Sarah Vaughan and Tanya the Elephant.
  • March 28, 1973
    March 28, 1973
    Episode 147
    3/28/73
    0.0
    Robert Conrad co-hosts; guests are actor Vincent Price, singer Sarah Vaughan, comedian Lonnie Shorr and Goldfish psychiatrist Dr. Ralph Ryback.
  • Week of March 25, 1974
    3/25/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for the week is comedian Jonathan Winters (Week of 25Mar74-29Mar74); guests are singer-songwriter Paul Anka, comedienne Totie Fields, entertainer Liberace and The Spinners.
  • March 27, 1973
    March 27, 1973
    Episode 146
    3/27/73
    0.0
    Robert Conrad co-hosts; guests are actress-singer-dancer Ginger Rogers, Sounder actor Paul Winfield, Ronny Graham Mr. Dirt of TV-commercial fame and radio personality Jimmy Jordon of the Fibber McGee series.
  • March 22, 1974
    March 22, 1974
    Episode 145
    3/22/74
    0.0
    James Coco concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are actress Maureen Stapleton, actor Peter Lawford, actor Bob Cummings and his wife Gigi.
  • Week of March 26, 1973
    3/26/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Robert Conrad (Week of 26Mar73-30Mar73); guests are actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, singer Frankie Laine and nutrionist Gary Null.
  • March 21, 1974
    March 21, 1974
    Episode 144
    3/21/74
    0.0
    James Coco co-hosts; guests include actress Lynn Redgrave, playwright Terrence McNally, actress Gretchen Wyler, musician David Sewall, Magician Max Blackstone Jr., and The Singing Dixie Hummingbirds.
  • March 23, 1973
    March 23, 1973
    Episode 144
    3/23/73
    0.0
    Robert Stack concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, comedian Pat Cooper, singer Melissa Manchester and author Isaac Asimov.
  • March 20, 1974
    March 20, 1974
    Episode 143
    3/20/74
    0.0
    James Coco co-hosts; guests are actress Jane Fonda and her husband politician Tom Hayden, actor Hugh O'Brian, film critic Rex Reed, singer Vic Roma and President Johnson's former social hostess and author Barbara Howar.
  • March 22, 1973
    March 22, 1973
    Episode 143
    3/22/73
    0.0
    Robert Stack co-hosts; guests are Robert's wife Rosemarie Stack, actress Eileen Heckart and "Godspell" stars.
  • March 19, 1974
    March 19, 1974
    Episode 142
    3/19/74
    0.0
    James Coco co-hosts; guests are actor Tony Perkins, actress Sylvia Syms, teamster Jimmy Hoffa, card games expert John Scarne, James Whig and Lillian Goldstein.
  • March 21, 1973
    March 21, 1973
    Episode 142
    3/21/73
    0.0
    Robert Stack co-hosts; guests are actress Sally Kellerman and actor George Kennedy.
  • Week of March 18, 1974
    3/18/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor James Coco (Week of 18Mar74-22Mar74); guests are actor John Payne, singer Buddy Greco, humorist Abe Burrows, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Wayne Brian and psychologist Barbara Lail.
  • March 20, 1973
    March 20, 1973
    Episode 141
    3/20/73
    0.0
    Robert Stack co-hosts; guests are singer Fran Jeffries, actress Nancy Dussault and actor Robert Strauss.
  • March 15, 1974
    March 15, 1974
    Episode 140
    3/15/74
    0.0
    Dr. William Masters and Dr. Virginia Johnson co-host; guests are M*A*S*H actor Alan Alda, actress Meredith MacRae, actor Greg Mullavy and the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
  • Week of March 19, 1973
    3/19/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Robert Stack (Week of 19Mar73-23Mar73); guests are singer Gladys Knight, TV host Ralph Edwards and Olympic pole vaulting Gold medalist Bob Seagren.
  • March 14, 1974
    March 14, 1974
    Episode 139
    3/14/74
    0.0
    Here's Lucy actress Lucie Arnaz co-hosts; guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, Football player Larry Csonka, singer Freda Payne, comic Ron Carey, composer Cy Coleman and John Spencer, author of "Limbo of the Lost".
  • March 16, 1973
    March 16, 1973
    Episode 139
    3/16/73
    0.0
    Jan Murray concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Adrienne Barbeau, comedian Robert Klein and author Erich Segal.
  • March 13, 1974
    March 13, 1974
    Episode 138
    3/13/74
    0.0
    Maude actor Bill Macy co-hosts; guests are fellow co-star actress Adrienne Barbeau, comedian Milt Kamen, TV Guide critic Cleveland Amory, Bryna Laub and the New Orleans Heritage Hall Jazz Band.
  • March 15, 1973
    March 15, 1973
    Episode 138
    3/15/73
    0.0
    Jan Murray co-hosts; guests are actor Ted Knight, singer Linda Bennett, illusionist the Amazing Randi and nutrionist Adelle Davis.
  • March 12, 1974
    March 12, 1974
    Episode 137
    3/12/74
    0.0
    The Odd Couple TV star Tony Randall co-hosts; guests are TV commercial actor Mason Reese, Magician Mark Wilson, Opera singer Richard Fredericks, J.B. West author of "Upstairs at the White House" and Maybelle Segal.
  • March 14, 1973
    March 14, 1973
    Episode 137
    3/14/73
    0.0
    Jan Murray co-hosts; guests are actor Hans Conried, singer Donna Theodore, comedian Steve Landesberg and writer-philosopher Eric Hoffer.
  • Week of March 11, 1974
    3/11/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are television stars. Today's co-host is Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon; guests are the comedy team of Avery Schreiber and Jack Burns, comedienne Moms Mabley, singer John O'Banion, artist Robert Charles Howe and dog trainer Chuck Eisenmann.
  • March 13, 1973
    March 13, 1973
    Episode 136
    3/13/73
    0.0
    Jan Murray co-hosts; guests are actress Patricia Neal, singer-actress Lainie Kazan and musician Butch Gallagher.
  • March 8, 1974
    March 8, 1974
    Episode 135
    3/8/74
    0.0
    Mark Spitz concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, TV game show host Bob Eubanks, comedian-actor Ron Carey, humorist Abe Burrows, gymnast Cathy Rigby, singer Jaye P. Morgan and singing group The Messengers.
  • Week of March 12, 1973
    3/12/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Jan Murray (Week of 12Mar73-16Mar73); guests are actress Jacqueline Bisset, comedienne Liz Torres, singer John Raitt and Ellington Darden PhD.
  • March 7, 1974
    March 7, 1974
    Episode 134
    3/7/74
    0.0
    Mark Spitz co-hosts; guests are Senator Henry Jackson (D-Wash), Opera singer Kiri Te Kanawa, singer Jaye P. Morgan, Indiana University swim team coach, James "Doc" Counsilman, former astronaut and his wife Dr. Edgar and Anita Mitchell and Charlise Brown, first woman on the Yale swim team.
  • March 9, 1973
    March 9, 1973
    Episode 134
    3/9/73
    0.0
    Meredith Baxter & David Birney conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Tiny Tim and his wife Miss Vicki, singer-songwriter Paul Williams and actress Judith Lowry.
  • March 6, 1974
    March 6, 1974
    Episode 133
    3/6/74
    0.0
    Mark Spitz co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, singers Jerry Butler and Jaye P. Morgan, Mark's parents Arnold & Lenore Spitz and a belly dancing demonstration.
  • March 8, 1973
    March 8, 1973
    Episode 133
    3/8/73
    0.0
    Meredith Baxter & David Birney co-host; guests are comedienne Lily Tomlin, singer-songwriter Hurricane Smith, organist-comic Stan Kann, columnist Jimmy Breslin and practical joker Harry Morton.
  • March 5, 1974
    March 5, 1974
    Episode 132
    3/5/74
    0.0
    Mark Spitz co-hosts; guests are the singing duo Seals and Crofts, TV personality Virginia Graham, singer Jaye P. Morgan, ventriloquist Aaron Williams & Freddie, jockey Mary Bacon and Missy the Cow.
  • March 7, 1973
    March 7, 1973
    Episode 132
    3/7/73
    0.0
    Meredith Baxter & David Birney co-host; guests are boxing legend Rocky Graziano, singer Aliza Kashi, musician Tommy Makem and veterinarian James Herriot.
  • Week of March 4, 1974
    Week of March 4, 1974
    Episode 131
    3/4/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Olympic gold medalist swimmer Mark Spitz (Week of 04Mar74-08Mar74); guests are entertainer Carol Channing, actress Marlo Thomas, comedian Freddie Prinze, lyricist Jule Styne, KGBS personality Bill Balance, Mark Spitz's wife Suzy and a Hula Hoop demonstration by Hula Hoop champion Lori Lynn Ray.
  • March 6, 1973
    March 6, 1973
    Episode 131
    3/6/73
    0.0
    Meredith Baxter & David Birney co-host; guests are actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., singer Anne Murray, comedian Charlie Callas and fitness author Marjorie Craig.
  • March 1, 1974
    March 1, 1974
    Episode 130
    3/1/74
    0.0
    John Byner concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Mercedes McCambridge, singing duo Ashford & Simpson, Reverend Eugene Gallagher, The Four Freshmen, Hans Holzer, author of "Possessed" and juggling act The Martin Brothers.
  • Week of March 5, 1973
    Week of March 5, 1973
    Episode 130
    3/5/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are Bridget Loves Bernie stars Meredith Baxter & David Birney (Week of 05Mar73-09Mar73); guests are The Supremes.
  • February 28, 1974
    February 28, 1974
    Episode 129
    2/28/74
    0.0
    John Byner co-hosts; guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, boxing champ Joe Frazier, TV game show host and producer Chuck Barris and singer Enzo Stuarti.
  • March 2, 1973
    March 2, 1973
    Episode 129
    3/2/73
    0.0
    Melba Moore concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Hugh O'Brian, comedian Rod McKuen and Melba's mother Bonnie Davis.
  • February 27, 1974
    February 27, 1974
    Episode 128
    2/27/74
    0.0
    John Byner co-host; guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, boxing legend Rocky Graziano, impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels and Ralph Charell, author of "How I Turn Ordinary Complaints into Thousands of Dollars".
  • March 1, 1973
    March 1, 1973
    Episode 128
    3/1/73
    0.0
    Melba Moore co-hosts; guests are comic actor Jack Gilford, comedienne Betty Walker, comedian Norm Crosby and author Jerzy Kosinski.
  • February 26, 1974
    February 26, 1974
    Episode 127
    2/26/74
    0.0
    John Byner co-hosts; guests are actor Vincent Gardenia, singer Dana Valery, Bernard Berkowitz & Mildred Newman, authors of "How to Be Your Own Best Friend" and Peter Tompkins, author of "The Secret Life of Plants".
  • February 28, 1973
    February 28, 1973
    Episode 127
    2/28/73
    0.0
    Melba Moore co-hosts; guests are comedian Georgie Kaye, Hines, Hines and Dad and pick pocket Vic Perry.
  • Week of February 25, 1974
    2/25/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian John Byner (Week of 25Feb74-01Mar74); guests are actress Maureen Stapleton, humorist Sam Levenson, singer Melba Moore, The Bee Gees and Dr. Herbert Lazarus, author of "How to Get Your Money's Worth Out of Psychiatry". Highlights: The Bee Gees perform "Mr. Natural".
  • February 27, 1973
    February 27, 1973
    Episode 126
    2/27/73
    0.0
    Melba Moore co-hosts; guests are actor Kristoffer Tabori, author Jean-Yves Domalain, animal activist Fran Lee and dueling banjos Steve Mandel and Eric Weissborg.
  • February 22, 1974
    February 22, 1974
    Episode 125
    2/22/74
    0.0
    Paul Anka concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Pat Cooper, singer Odia Coates, Mr. Universe 1974 Lou Ferrigno, female sportscaster Lee Arthur and plastic surgeon Dr. Douglas Lake.
  • Week of February 26, 1973
    2/26/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Melba Moore (Week of 26Feb73-02Mar73); guests are comedian Milton Berle, astrologer Jeane Dixon and clarinet player Stan Fisher.
  • February 21, 1974
    February 21, 1974
    Episode 124
    2/21/74
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, singer Don Goodwin, The Kienast Quintuplets, singer Lou Rawls and cooking with Benihana of Tokyo.
  • February 23, 1973
    February 23, 1973
    Episode 124
    2/23/73
    0.0
    Bill Withers co-hosts; guests are comedienne-actress Eve Arden, actress Denise Nicholas and broadcasting pioneer Kal Rudman.
  • February 20, 1974
    February 20, 1974
    Episode 123
    2/20/74
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are actor-playwright Jason Miller, Jesuit Priest Father William O'Malley The Exorcist and psychologist Jesuit Priest Father Edmund Ryan.
  • February 22, 1973
    February 22, 1973
    Episode 123
    2/22/73
    0.0
    Judy Collins co-hosts today; guests are actress Judith Lowry of "The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds", air pollution expert Larry Goldberg and ex-convict Edgar Smith, author of "Getting Out".
  • February 19, 1974
    February 19, 1974
    Episode 122
    2/19/74
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are comedian Ron Carey, Playboy fashion editor Robert L. Green, massage expert Alix Marley and editor David Scherman.
  • February 21, 1973
    February 21, 1973
    Episode 122
    2/21/73
    0.0
    Don McLean co-hosts; guests are comedian Marty Allen, actor Ed Begley Jr., Blues Harmonica performer Sonny Terry and Blues singer Brownie McGhee and vocal group The Persuasions.
  • Week of February 18, 1974
    2/18/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Paul Anka (Week of 18Feb74-22Feb74): guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, Country singers Charley Pride and Ronnie Milsap, comedian Stan Kann and Houston Aeros star Gordie Howe.
  • February 20, 1973
    February 20, 1973
    Episode 121
    2/20/73
    0.0
    Mary Travers is today's co-host; guests are actor Peter Boyle, singer Jerry Butler, puppeteer Shari Lewis and Jazz and R&B songstress Brenda Lee Eager.
  • February 15, 1974
    February 15, 1974
    Episode 120
    2/15/74
    0.0
    Michel LeGrand co-hosts; guests are Opera baritone Robert Merrill, pianist-singer Ray Charles, lyricist Hal David, singer Mary Phillips, musician Bob Fordyce and author-naturalist Jean-Pierre Hallet.
  • Week of February 19, 1973
    2/19/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are singer-songwriters. Today's co-host is singer Al Green; guests are actress Butterfly McQueen and comic Rip Taylor.
  • February 14, 1974
    February 14, 1974
    Episode 119
    2/14/74
    0.0
    Harry Chapin co-hosts; guests are former football player turned actor Rosey Grier, singer Dana Valery, disc jockey Murray the K and escape artist The Great Manzini.
  • February 16, 1973
    February 16, 1973
    Episode 119
    2/16/73
    0.0
    Dennis Weaver concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Dennis' wife Gerry Weaver, Country singer Tanya Tucker, Senator Hubert Humphrey and paranormal researcher-author Hans Holzer.
  • February 13, 1974
    February 13, 1974
    Episode 118
    2/13/74
    0.0
    Bobby Goldsboro co-hosts; guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, Plastic surgeon Dr. Douglas Lake and Reverend Dr. John McLaughlin, special assistant to the President.
  • February 15, 1973
    February 15, 1973
    Episode 118
    2/15/73
    0.0
    Dennis Weaver co-hosts; guests are Emmett Kelly Jr., comedian-actor Billy DeWolfe and Gentle Ben and his trainer.
  • February 12, 1974
    February 12, 1974
    Episode 117
    2/12/74
    0.0
    Bobbie Gentry co-hosts; guests are actress Linda Blair, Linda's mother Mrs. Elinore Blair, comedian Ron Carey, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass.
  • February 14, 1973
    February 14, 1973
    Episode 117
    2/14/73
    0.0
    Dennis Weaver co-hosts; guests are singer Hank Williams Jr., actress Dorothy Malone, Dr. Joyce Brothers and husband Dr. Milton Brothers.
  • Week of February 11, 1974
    2/11/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are singers. Today's co-host is Country singer Mel Tillis; guests are comedian Lonnie Shorr, Dr. Joseph Sheehan head of UCLA Speech Clinic and ax throwers Hank & Joe Peters.
  • February 13, 1973
    February 13, 1973
    Episode 116
    2/13/73
    0.0
    Dennis Weaver co-hosts; guests are singer Lorna Luft, actor Richard Chamberlain and attorney-manualist John Twomey.
  • February 8, 1974
    February 8, 1974
    Episode 115
    2/8/74
    0.0
    Ray Charles concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality Dick Clark, singer Joe Williams, actor-dancer Ben Vereen and hydroponic gardener J. "Lem" Jones.
  • Week of February 12, 1973
    2/12/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is star of TV's McCloud actor Dennis Weaver (week of 12Feb73-16Feb73); guests are actor Jack Lemmon, Opera star Beverly Sills and NET's Pat, Bill and Grant Loud of "An American Family".
  • February 7, 1974
    February 7, 1974
    Episode 114
    2/7/74
    0.0
    Ray Charles co-hosts; guests are actor Lloyd Nolan, Sesame Street's Bob McGrath and comedian Freddie Prinze.
  • February 9, 1973
    February 9, 1973
    Episode 114
    2/9/73
    0.0
    Joe Garagiola concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress June Lockhart, comedienne Moms Mabley, actor Charles McGregor, R&B singer Barbara Mason and football player turned announcer Dick Butkus.
  • February 6, 1974
    February 6, 1974
    Episode 113
    2/6/74
    0.0
    Ray Charles co-hosts; guests are singer-comedian Jim Stafford, news anchor Byron MacGregor and Sister Sue Roth director of Social Service for Philadelphia Center for the Blind.
  • February 8, 1973
    February 8, 1973
    Episode 113
    2/8/73
    0.0
    Joe Garagiola co-hosts; guests are singer Julie DeJohn, College football coach Joe Paterno, poet-philosopher Donald Davidson and skin diver Judy Jove.
  • February 5, 1974
    February 5, 1974
    Episode 112
    2/5/74
    0.0
    Ray Charles co-hosts; guests are Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian, actor Brock Peters and comedian Franklyn Ajaye.
  • February 7, 1973
    February 7, 1973
    Episode 112
    2/7/73
    0.0
    Joe Garagiola co-hosts; guests are Country singer Roy Clark, actress Tammy Grimes, author Dr. Jack G. Shiller and cricket player Ted Lester.
  • Week of February 4, 1974
    2/4/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Ray Charles (Week of 04Feb74-08Feb74); guests are actor James Earl Jones, Tony Orlando and Dawn, comedienne Betty Walker and Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch.
  • February 6, 1973
    February 6, 1973
    Episode 111
    2/6/73
    0.0
    Joe Garagiola co-hosts; guests are mime Marcel Marceau, actor Werner Klemperer, singer John O'Banion, physicist Julius Sumner Miller and stunt skier Roudi Wyrsch.
  • February 1, 1974
    February 1, 1974
    Episode 110
    2/1/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Connie Stevens concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Frankie Avalon, Miami Dolphins football player Larry Csonka, Miami Dolphins football coach Don Shula, TV personality Virginia Graham, aerialist The Great Wallenda, comedian Corbett Monica and actor-comic Ron Carey.
  • Week of February 5, 1973
    2/5/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is sportscaster Joe Garagiola (Week of 05Feb73-09Feb73); guests are actor Anthony Quinn, pianist Erroll Garner, Danny Murtaugh former manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Yoga expert Lilias Folan and hair stylist Ron Barris.
  • January 31, 1974
    January 31, 1974
    Episode 109
    1/31/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests are tennis champ Bobby Riggs, comedian Jack Carter, journalist-actor-author George Plimpton, singer Melba Moore, author Pat Thomas and high-diver Al Gonzales.
  • February 2, 1973
    February 2, 1973
    Episode 109
    2/2/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Eli Wallach and his wife actress Anne Jackson, singer Tommy Leonetti, lyricist Hal David and Jazz vocalist Ruby Bratt.
  • January 30, 1974
    January 30, 1974
    Episode 108
    1/30/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Conrad, basketball great Wilt Chamberlain, comic Rip Taylor, singer Anita Bryant and Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall.
  • February 1, 1973
    February 1, 1973
    Episode 108
    2/1/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are actor Theodore Bikel, singer Ethel Ennis, producer Cy Coleman, composer David Amram and Professor Peter Schikele.
  • January 29, 1974
    January 29, 1974
    Episode 107
    1/29/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Conrad, comedian Ron Carey, the Oak Ridge Boys, circus producer Tarzan Zerbini, exercise expert Debbie Drake, Lee Petras and the Almiros Duo.
  • January 31, 1973
    January 31, 1973
    Episode 107
    1/31/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are bandleader Mitch Miller who discovered Tony Bennett, comedian Corbett Monica, Marian McPortland Trio, comic Pete Barbutti, film director-choreographer Jerome Robbins and politician Paul Hatfield.
  • Week of January 28, 1974
    1/28/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Mike's co-host this week is actress Connie Stevens (Week of 28Jan74-01Feb74); guests are actor Robert Conrad, singer Jaye P. Morgan, comedian Pat Paulsen, tennis pros Bobby Riggs and Gardner Mulloy, Jim Henson and the Muppets and The Coronas.
  • January 30, 1973
    January 30, 1973
    Episode 106
    1/30/73
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are drummer Buddy Rich, actress Jeannie Berlin, comedian Henny Youngman, David Powers Special Assistant and assistant Appointments Secretary to JFK, Former JFK Campaign Organizer and director Kenneth O'Donnell and Marcel Brockman author of "The Complete Encyclopedia of Practical Palmistry".
  • January 25, 1974
    January 25, 1974
    Episode 105
    1/25/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach Florida, Burt Reynolds concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Bobby Goldsboro, comedian Foster Brooks, singer Kaye Stevens, The Sensational Lights, World champion archer Bob Markworth and Myana.
  • Week of January 29, 1973
    1/29/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Tony Bennett (Week of 29Jan73-02Feb73); guests are comedian Pat Cooper, film critic Rex Reed, The New Seekers and musician-songwriter Mike Curb of the Mike Curb Congregation.
  • January 24, 1974
    January 24, 1974
    Episode 104
    1/24/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach Florida, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are actress Karen Valentine, comedian Louis Nye, The Flying Apollos, Jim and Jo Nicholson, Country singers Porter Waggoner and Dolly Parton and snake expert Bill and Clarita Haast.
  • January 26, 1973
    January 26, 1973
    Episode 104
    1/26/73
    0.0
    Anthony Quinn concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are pianist Roger Williams, actors Eddie Egan and Charles McGregor, guitarist-songwriter Paul Colwell and comedienne Betty Walker.
  • January 23, 1974
    January 23, 1974
    Episode 103
    1/23/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach Florida, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are Tony Orlando and Dawn, actress Jo Ann Pflug, comedienne Minnie Pearl, actor Jim Hampton, Burt's parents, Mr. Burton and Mrs. Fern Reynolds, Rep. Bella Abzug and the Stevens Family.
  • January 25, 1973
    January 25, 1973
    Episode 103
    1/25/73
    0.0
    Anthony Quinn co-hosts; guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, Civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, actor Werner Klemperer and Greek musicians Aris San and Group.
  • January 24, 1973
    January 24, 1973
    Episode 103
    1/24/73
    0.0
    Anthony Quinn co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Bill Dana, author Esther Vilar, psychic Peter Hurkos, The Corneilus Brothers and Sister Rose singing group.
  • January 22, 1974
    January 22, 1974
    Episode 102
    1/22/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach Florida, Burt Reynolds co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, comedienne Totie Fields, singer Mel Tillis and the State Siders, Reverend Jess Moody and Bill and Nancy McClellan.
  • Week of January 21, 1974
    1/21/74
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Florida, Mike's co-host this week is actor Burt Reynolds (Week of 21Jan74-25Jan74); guests are singer Dinah Shore, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, actress Nancy Dussault, ex-jewel thief Allen Kuhn an a Jai-Alai demonstration.
  • January 23, 1973
    January 23, 1973
    Episode 101
    1/23/73
    0.0
    Anthony Quinn co-hosts; guests are director Otto Preminger, singer-actress Karen Morrow, singer Bobby Womack and Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch.
  • January 18, 1974
    January 18, 1974
    Episode 100
    1/18/74
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Opera singer Roberta Peters, comedian Lonnie Shorr, actor Ron Carey, TV hostess Toni Holt and Wilbred Poulin.
  • Week of January 22, 1973
    1/22/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Anthony Quinn (Week of 22Jan73-26Jan73); guests are producer-writer-director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, singer Morgana King, entertainer Tiny Tim with his daughter Tulip, The New Seekers and Greek Dancers. Highlights: The New Seekers perform their song, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing".
  • January 17, 1974
    January 17, 1974
    Episode 99
    1/17/74
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are actor Red Buttons, singer Julie DeJohn, actress Lorraine Basch, comedian Corbett Monica and author Sami Hashim.
  • January 19, 1973
    January 19, 1973
    Episode 99
    1/19/73
    0.0
    Elke Sommer concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Professor Irwin Corey, writer and Elke's husband Joe Hyams, author Harvey Matusaw, pianist Garrick Ohlsson, dog trainer Barbara Woodhouse and school children from Cherry Hill, N.J.
  • January 16, 1974
    January 16, 1974
    Episode 98
    1/16/74
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are singer Barbara McNair, TV personality Henry Morgan, singer Al Green, comedian David Brenner and Herel De Graff.
  • January 18, 1973
    January 18, 1973
    Episode 98
    1/18/73
    0.0
    Elke Sommer co-hosts; guests are comedienne Selma Diamond, writer and Elke's husband Joe Hyams, jazz vocalist Dan Martin and author Barbara Alley.
  • January 15, 1974
    January 15, 1974
    Episode 97
    1/15/74
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are singer and Sergio's sister Dana Valery, comedian Marty Brill, actress Sue Lyon and Dr. Robert Schuller.
  • January 17, 1973
    January 17, 1973
    Episode 97
    1/17/73
    0.0
    Elke Sommer co-hosts; guests are singer Aliza Kashi, Showbiz columnist Shirley Eder, author Colin M. Turnbull and plant expert Jerry Baker.
  • Week of January 14, 1974
    1/14/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Sergio Franchi (Week of 14Jan74-18Jan74); guests are comedian Pat Cooper, child actor Ricky Segall, Farmers' Almanac editor Ray Geiger and three experts who discuss the energy crisis.
  • January 16, 1973
    January 16, 1973
    Episode 96
    1/16/73
    0.0
    Elke Sommer co-hosts; guests are singer Gloria Loring and hostess Joanne Carson.
  • January 11, 1974
    January 11, 1974
    Episode 95
    1/11/74
    0.0
    Dyan Cannon concludes her co-hosting duties for the week; guests are comedienne Carol Channing, actress Ruth Gordon and her husband playwright Garson Kanin, pianist-composer Michel Legrand, lyricist Jule Styne and Author Robert Akeret, who has written a book about psychological aspects of photographs.
  • Week of January 15, 1973
    1/15/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Elke Sommer (Week of 15Jan73-19Jan73); guests are actress Julie Harris, singer Anne Murray, author Russell Rocke and Barbara Gleason.
  • January 10, 1974
    January 10, 1974
    Episode 94
    1/10/74
    0.0
    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests include comedian Jonathan Winters, critic Rex Reed and The Staple Singers. Also: a bowling demonstration.
  • January 12, 1973
    January 12, 1973
    Episode 94
    1/12/73
    0.0

    David Hartman concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are two acts from the Moscow Circus, baseball player-turned-singer Tony Conigliaro, Grossinger's Activities director Lou Goldstein and the chairman of the Interagency Council for National Education Week on Smoking.

  • January 9, 1974
    January 9, 1974
    Episode 93
    1/9/74
    0.0
    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests include comedian Larry Storch, singer-songwriter Don McLean and Dr. Arthur Janov, author of "The Primal Scream".
  • January 11, 1973
    January 11, 1973
    Episode 93
    1/11/73
    0.0
    David Hartman co-hosts; guests are actor Michael Caine of Sleuth, singer Al Green, actress Butterfly McQueen of Gone with the Wind and Duel in the Sun and authors Raymond McNally and Radu Florescu of "In Search of Dracula".
  • January 8, 1974
    January 8, 1974
    Episode 92
    1/8/74
    0.0
    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests are author Jacqueline Susann, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, pianist Jerome Mackey, The Persuasions and plastic surgeon Dr. Rudolph Troques.
  • January 10, 1973
    January 10, 1973
    Episode 92
    1/10/73
    0.0
    David Hartman co-hosts; guests are actor Don Murray, humorist Sam Levenson, singer Mary Travers and ballet dancer-choreographer Edward Villella.
  • Week of January 7, 1974
    1/7/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Dyan Cannon (Week of 07Jan74-11Jan74); guests are actor Richard Harris, actress Arlene Dahl, entertainer Liberace, comedians Dudley Moore and Peter Cook and female impersonator Jim Bailey.
  • January 9, 1973
    January 9, 1973
    Episode 91
    1/9/73
    0.0

    David Hartman co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Muhammed Ali, actress Gretchen Wyler, baseball's Tommy Hutton, comedy team 3's Company and gymnasts Joan Rice and the Mannettes.

  • January 4, 1974
    January 4, 1974
    Episode 90
    1/4/74
    0.0
    Tom Kennedy host for Split Second is today's co-host; guests are As the World Turns actress Eileen Fulton, comedian Lonnie Shorr, tennis champ Vic Seixas, Michael Lord Jr. and Financier Huntington Hartford.
  • Week of January 8, 1973
    1/8/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV's The Bold Ones star actor David Hartman (Week of 08Jan73-12Jan73); guests are actor Don Murray, comedian Robert Klein, singer Kelly Garrett and psychologist Cylvia Sorkin.
  • January 3, 1974
    January 3, 1974
    Episode 89
    1/3/74
    0.0
    Garry Moore game show host for To Tell the Truth is today's co-host; guests are actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, Garry's former sidekick singer-comedian Durward Kirby, sportscaster Jim McKay, Natural-foods expert Euell Gibbons and singer Chelsea Brown.
  • January 5, 1973
    January 5, 1973
    Episode 89
    1/5/73
    0.0
    Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Tommy Leonetti, comic actor Pat Buttram, blues rock guitarist Robert Farrell, belly dancer Serena and Paul Bickson author of "The Great American Ice-Cream Book".
  • January 2, 1974
    January 2, 1974
    Episode 88
    1/2/74
    0.0
    Bob Eubanks host for The Newlywed Game is today's co-host; guests are actress Maureen Stapleton, singer Mel Tillis, journalist George Plimpton and Joseph Sheehan.
  • January 4, 1973
    January 4, 1973
    Episode 88
    1/4/73
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are singer Diana Ross, actress Ruth Gordon, singer-bandleader Billy Eckstine and Dr. Leonard Cammer.
  • January 1, 1974
    January 1, 1974
    Episode 87
    1/1/74
    0.0
    Allen Ludden host for Password is today's co-host; guests are comedian Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Hall Bartlett film producer "Jonathan Livingston Seagull, the Wright Brothers, Dr. Lawrence Rocks and Dr. Richard Runyon.
  • January 3, 1973
    January 3, 1973
    Episode 87
    1/3/73
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actress Juliet Mills, singer Kaye Hart, Totie's husband Georgie Johnston, comedian Freddie Roman, Joe Zable who plays a musical paper clip and Dr. Neil Solomon author of "Truth About Weight Control".
  • Week of December 31, 1973
    12/31/73
    0.0
    TV Game show hosts are Mike's co-hosts this week. Jim Lange host of The Dating Game is today's co-host; guests are columnist Jimmy Breslin, comic Frank Raines and a discussion on UFO's.
  • January 2, 1973
    January 2, 1973
    Episode 86
    1/2/73
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actor Ricardo Montalban, singer Jerry Vale, comedian Orson Bean and Becky Fuller Miss Cheerleader U.S.A.
  • December 28, 1973
    December 28, 1973
    Episode 85
    12/28/73
    0.0
    Donald O'Connor concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are lyricist Alan Jay Lerner, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, actress Nancy Dussault, comedian Lonnie Shorr and The Little Angels.
  • Week of January 1, 1973
    1/1/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Totie Fields (Week of 01Jan73-05Jan73); guests are actor-singer-dancer Ben Vereen, comedian Morty Gunty, actress Ann Miller, Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee and author Carlton Fredericks.
  • December 27, 1973
    December 27, 1973
    Episode 84
    12/27/73
    0.0
    Donald O'Connor concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Pat Cooper, Ray Geiger of the Farmers' Almanac, actor Ricky Segall, author Morris Frankel and Harold Heard.
  • December 29, 1972
    December 29, 1972
    Episode 84
    12/29/72
    0.0
    Joan Rivers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Marlo Thomas, writer-journalist Patrick McGrady Jr., organist-comic Stan Kann and musical group The Dovells.
  • December 26, 1973
    December 26, 1973
    Episode 83
    12/26/73
    0.0
    Donald O'Connor co-hosts; guests are actor E.G. Marshall, boxing champ Rocky Graziano, actress-singer Bernadette Peters, Sound effects expert Greg Shideler and Dr. Fred McGuire who discusses suicide prevention.
  • December 28, 1972
    December 28, 1972
    Episode 83
    12/28/72
    0.0
    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are actor Dick Gautier, Jazz vocalist Tina Kaplan, author John Maxione-Graham and Philadelphia real estate agent Melodie Kahr.
  • December 25, 1973
    December 25, 1973
    Episode 82
    12/25/73
    0.0
    Donald O'Connor co-hosts; guests are actress Anne Baxter, actor Desi Arnaz Jr., tennis champ Bobby Riggs, The Amazing Kreskin, comedian Marty Allen and Richard Lamparski author of "Whatever Became Of?" series of books.
  • December 27, 1972
    December 27, 1972
    Episode 82
    12/27/72
    0.0
    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are TV's Mr. Muscle Tony Holland, toy expert Steve Caney, Senator William Proxmire (D-Wis.) author of "Uncle Sam: the Last of the Big Time Spenders" and pediatrician Morrison Levbarg.
  • Week of December 24, 1973
    12/24/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is song-and-dance man Donald O'Connor (Week of 24Dec73-28Dec73); guests are actress Cicely Tyson, actor Lou Jacobi, comic actor Jack Gilford, singer Peter Yarrow, gymnast Cathy Rigby and Jim Harmon, author of a book about collector's items.
  • December 26, 1972
    December 26, 1972
    Episode 81
    12/26/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Joan Rivers; guests are comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, actress-singer Bernadette Peters, actress Susannah York and actor Ray Walston.
  • December 21, 1973
    December 21, 1973
    Episode 80
    12/21/73
    0.0
    Ellen Holly and Al Freeman Jr. of the TV's soap One Life to Live co-host; guests are actor Leonard Nimoy, singer Fats Domino, comedian Milt Kamen, impressionist singer Steve DePass, author Richard Lamparski and the legendary Moe Howard of The Three Stooges.
  • December 22, 1972
    December 22, 1972
    Episode 80
    12/22/72
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Rita Moreno, model-actress Monique Van Vooren and author Vance Packard.
  • December 20, 1973
    December 20, 1973
    Episode 79
    12/20/73
    0.0
    George Reinholt and Jacqui Courtney of Another World co-host; guests are singer Melba Moore, authors Madeleine Edmundson and David Rounds, horticulturist Thalassa Cruso, Bud Fensterwald and Dick Sprague of the Committee to Investigate Assassinations.
  • December 21, 1972
    December 21, 1972
    Episode 79
    12/21/72
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are actress Carol Lynley, humorist Leo Rosten, comedian Jerry Clower and Scotty Plummer an 11-year-old banjo player.
  • December 19, 1973
    December 19, 1973
    Episode 78
    12/19/73
    0.0
    Mary Stuart of Search for Tomorrow co-hosts; guests are singer Frank Sinatra Jr., actors Larry Haines and Will Geer and Penn Jones Jr. investigator of the Kennedy assassination.
  • December 20, 1972
    December 20, 1972
    Episode 78
    12/20/72
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are actress Agnes Moorehead, ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester, actress-model Gunilla Knutson and The World's Greatest Jazz Band.
  • December 18, 1973
    December 18, 1973
    Episode 77
    12/18/73
    0.0
    Bill Hayes of Days of Our Lives co-hosts; guests are actress Susan Strasberg, comedian Robert Klein and wife mezzo-soprano Brenda Boozer, martial arts expert Hugh McDonald, juggler Bobby Sandler and author Christopher Finch.
  • December 19, 1972
    December 19, 1972
    Episode 77
    12/19/72
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are director George Cukor, singer Teresa Brewer and comedian Jackie Kahane.
  • Week of December 17, 1973
    12/17/73
    0.0
    Soap Opera stars are Mike's co-hosts this week. Today's co-host is actor Don Stewart of The Guiding Light; guests are actress Joanne Woodward, Soap opera writer Agnes Nixon, singer Don McLean and author Arthur Janov MD.
  • Week of December 18, 1972
    12/18/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Eddy Arnold (Week of 18Dec72-22Dec72); guests are comedienne-actress Lucie Arnaz, comedian Norm Crosby and singer John Davidson.
  • December 14, 1973
    December 14, 1973
    Episode 75
    12/14/73
    0.0
    Mason Reese concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Bobby Vinton, Lt. Vince O'Neill, police artist and the U.S. Air Force Band with the Singing Sergeants.
  • December 15, 1972
    December 15, 1972
    Episode 75
    12/15/72
    0.0
    Rocky Graziano concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Melba Moore, actress Jeanne Hepple and designer-fashion critic Richard Blackwell aka Mr. Blackwell.
  • December 13, 1973
    December 13, 1973
    Episode 74
    12/13/73
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are the singing duo Sandler and Young, Chuck Eisenmann and his dog Dorian and actor Richard Deacon.
  • December 14, 1972
    December 14, 1972
    Episode 74
    12/14/72
    0.0
    Rocky Graziano co-hosts; guests are former opponet of Rocky's boxer Tony Zale, etiquette expert Amy Vanderbilt, karate expert-actor Aaron Banks, singer Beverly Bremers and Jackie Clark member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
  • December 12, 1973
    December 12, 1973
    Episode 73
    12/12/73
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are entertainer Carol Channing, Jane Cohler gift wrapping expert, naturalist Roger Caras, consumer advocate Ralph Nader, puppeteer George Creegan and Captain Kangaroo co-star Debbie Weems.
  • December 13, 1972
    December 13, 1972
    Episode 73
    12/13/72
    0.0
    Rocky Graziano co-hosts; guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, comedian Morey Amsterdam, The West Point Glee Club and Charles Ashman author of "Kissinger: The Adventures of Super-Kraut".
  • December 11, 1973
    December 11, 1973
    Episode 72
    12/11/73
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are tennis champ Bobby Riggs, TV producer Carl Reiner, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and Danny O'Day, bandleader Johnny Mann and the Sweet Adelines.
  • December 12, 1972
    December 12, 1972
    Episode 72
    12/12/72
    0.0
    Rocky Graziano co-hosts; guests are former boxing champ Muhammad Ali, author Norman Mailer and singer Julie Budd.
  • Week of December 10, 1973
    12/10/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV commercial star Mason Reese (Week of 10Dec73-14Dec73); guests are actress Julie Harris, All-Philadelphia Boys Choir and photographer Keith Boas.
  • Week of December 11, 1972
    12/11/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is boxing legend Rocky Graziano (Week of 11Dec72-15Dec72); guests are singer Johnnie Ray, comedian Marty Allen, stunt people Alex Stevens & Pat Daily and professional dancers Arthur and Kathryn Murray.
  • November 30, 1973
    November 30, 1973
    Episode 70
    11/30/73
    0.0
    Roger Miller concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Priscilla Presley, Olivia Bis, Priscilla's partner in their Boutique "Bis and Beau", English singer-songwriter Ian Whitcomb, organist-comic Stan Kann and Senator William Proxmire.
  • December 8, 1972
    December 8, 1972
    Episode 70
    12/8/72
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are author Margaret Truman, actor Jerry Orbach, singer Erica Trevor and artist Glen Ash.
  • November 29, 1973
    November 29, 1973
    Episode 69
    11/29/73
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    Roger Miller co-hosts guests include Moe Howard from The Three Stooges, actor Robert Hegyes, actress Julie Newmar, author Norman Mailer and comedian Charles Fleischer. Highlights: Moe shares more history about the Stooges including the origin of the eye-poke and some of Curly's antics. He later re-enacts the "Slowly I Turn" skit with Mike Douglas.
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  • December 7, 1972
    December 7, 1972
    Episode 69
    12/7/72
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are singer Karen Wyman, comedian Louis Nye, photographer Joseph Sorrentino, the dance team of McHarris and Dolores and George Pfiffner designer of Women's Day magazine.
  • November 28, 1973
    November 28, 1973
    Episode 68
    11/28/73
    0.0
    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are singer Teresa Brewer, broadcaster Chuck Blore, Country music singer Johnny Rodriguez, director Otto Preminger and Mrs. Marie Lombardi.
  • December 6, 1972
    December 6, 1972
    Episode 68
    12/6/72
    0.0

    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Jean-Pierre Aumont, singing group Friends of Distinction, Country singer-comedian Jud Strunk and Ray Geiger of the Farmers' Almanac.

  • November 27, 1973
    November 27, 1973
    Episode 67
    11/27/73
    0.0
    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are Senator Henry Jackson, TV announcer Gary Owens, comedian Eddie Lawrence, author Steve Rowan, Col. Thomas Kirk and Lt. Cmdr. William Tshudy.
  • December 5, 1972
    December 5, 1972
    Episode 67
    12/5/72
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are TV host and satirist David Frost and feminist Gloria Steinem.
  • Week of November 26, 1973
    11/26/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Roger Miller (Week of 26Nov73-30Nov73); guest is Julie Nixon Eisenhower.
  • Week of December 4, 1972
    12/4/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Pearl Bailey (Week of 04Dec72-08Dec72); guests are actor Anthony Quinn, singer Sergio Franchi, entertainer Fay McKay and author Michael Scheft.
  • November 23, 1973
    November 23, 1973
    Episode 65
    11/23/73
    0.0
    Charley Pride concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Rose Marie, singer Mel Tillis, comic Lonnie Shorr, The Pridesmen, Country singers Ronnie Milsap and Chet Atkins and Dr. Herbert Lazarus.
  • December 1, 1972
    December 1, 1972
    Episode 65
    12/1/72
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, actor-comedian Larry Storch, pianist Irving Fields and the jazz group Soul Rick from the Rock.
  • November 22, 1973
    November 22, 1973
    Episode 64
    11/22/73
    0.0
    Charley Pride co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Joe Garagiola, TV game show host Peter Marshall, singer-songwriter Dory Previn, Country music singer Faron Young and beekeeper Otto Kosman.
  • November 30, 1972
    November 30, 1972
    Episode 64
    11/30/72
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are actor Richard Boone, musician Herbie Mann and author Alan Weinberg.
  • November 21, 1973
    November 21, 1973
    Episode 63
    11/21/73
    0.0
    Charley Pride co-hosts; guests are singer Anne Murray, baseball star Mickey Mantle, actor Gabe Kaplan, softball player Eddie Feigner and director Frank Capra.
  • November 29, 1972
    November 29, 1972
    Episode 63
    11/29/72
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are actor Laurence Luckinbill and sportscaster Jim McKay.
  • November 20, 1973
    November 20, 1973
    Episode 62
    11/20/73
    0.0
    Charley Pride co-hosts; guests are columnist Jack Anderson, singer Johnnie Ray, Shea Stadium sign man Karl Ehrhardt, The Oak Ridge Boys and aerialist Karl Wallenda.
  • November 28, 1972
    November 28, 1972
    Episode 62
    11/28/72
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are their children Ben Stiller and Amy Stiller, female impersonator Jim Bailey and artist Peter Max.
  • Week of November 19, 1973
    11/19/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Charley Pride (Week of 19Nov73-23Nov73); guests are Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, anthropologist Jane Goodall and her husband nature photographer Hugo Van Lawick, the West Point Glee Club and Washington Redskins running back Larry Brown.
  • Week of November 27, 1972
    11/27/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara (Week of 27Nov72-01Dec72); guests are actress Joan Blondell, musician-songwriter-playwright Oscar Brand, The Jacques Lousier Trio and exercise expert Suzy Prudden.
  • November 16, 1973
    November 16, 1973
    Episode 60
    11/16/73
    0.0
    Billie Jean King concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Liv Ullmann, comic Fred Smoot, singer Peter Lemongello, golfers Janie Blalock and Carol Mann, Playboy fashion editor Robert Green, Ms. magazine writer Joan McCullough, astronauts Mary Funk and Jean Hixson.
  • November 24, 1972
    November 24, 1972
    Episode 60
    11/24/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Country-Western singers Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan, comedian Frank Fontaine, the Amazing Randi, portrait photographer Philipe Halsman and Fred Dickinson Jr. comptroller of the State of Florida.
  • November 15, 1973
    November 15, 1973
    Episode 59
    11/15/73
    0.0
    Billie Jean King co-hosts; guests are actress-dancer Ginger Rogers, singer O.C. Smith, comedian Ron Carey, actor Keye Luke and basketball players Tom and Dick Van Arsdale.
  • November 23, 1972
    November 23, 1972
    Episode 59
    11/23/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are entertainer Tiny Tim, Garo Yepremian kicker for the Miami Dolphins, singer Connie Francis, Teresa Don female football player, magician Don Marcus and Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass.
  • November 14, 1973
    November 14, 1973
    Episode 58
    11/14/73
    0.0
    Billie Jean King co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Muhammad Ali, comedienne Kaye Ballard, actress and former Olympic ski racer Suzy Chaffee, singer Patti Labelle, actress Jennifer O'Neill, Rev. Thomas Boslooper and author Marcia Hayes.
  • November 22, 1972
    November 22, 1972
    Episode 58
    11/22/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are singer Anita Bryant, comic Rip Taylor, singing duo Sandler and Young, hand analyst Maxine Fiel and fire eater Satani Demon .
  • November 13, 1973
    November 13, 1973
    Episode 57
    11/13/73
    0.0
    Billie Jean King co-hosts; guests are actor Michael York, comedian Rod McKuen and singer-musician Frank Zappa.
  • November 21, 1972
    November 21, 1972
    Episode 57
    11/21/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Karen Morrow, the comedy team of Davis & Reese (Pepper Davis & Tony Reese), special material composers Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bresler and Dr. David Reuben.
  • Week of November 12, 1973
    11/12/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is tennis champ Billie Jean King (Week of 12Nov73-16Nov73); guests are Football star Joe Namath, Bob Oates Jr. author of A Matter of Style and singing group The Raspberries.
  • Week of November 20, 1972
    11/20/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for a second week is comedian-actor Jackie Gleason (Week of 20Nov72-24Nov72); guests are comedienne-singer Kaye Stevens, Hines, Hines and Dad, The Great Wallendas and nutrionist Adele Davis.
  • November 9, 1973
    November 9, 1973
    Episode 55
    11/9/73
    0.0
    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are comedienne Moms Mabley, R&B group Tavares, musicians Hugh McDonald and Brian Breye, guitarist Jeffrey St. John and belly dancer Little Egypt.
  • November 17, 1972
    November 17, 1972
    Episode 55
    11/17/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason concludes his co-hosting duties this week and comes back to co-host next week as well. Guests are actor Richard Boone, Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall, comedian Marty Allen and The Suntones barbershop quartet.
  • November 8, 1973
    November 8, 1973
    Episode 54
    11/8/73
    0.0
    Robert Klein co-hosts; guests are "Our Gang" actors Spanky McFarland and Darla Hood, Yoko Ono and Her Plastic Ono Band, comic Dave Bittner and Swiss sci-fi author Erich Von Daniken.
  • November 16, 1972
    November 16, 1972
    Episode 54
    11/16/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Haley, comedienne Betty Walker, Flipper and trainer Laura Singer, Billards champ Willie Mosconi and author Jim Bishop.
  • November 7, 1973
    November 7, 1973
    Episode 53
    11/7/73
    0.0
    Albert Brooks co-hosts; guests are the Electric Light Orchestra, film critic Rex Reed and the National Chinese Opera Theater.
  • November 15, 1972
    November 15, 1972
    Episode 53
    11/15/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are Jane Kean of The Jackie Gleason Show (1966-1970) who played Trixie Norton, Dr. Irwin Stillman, Dancer-Choreographer June Taylor and special material composers Lyn Duddy & Jerry Bresler.
  • November 6, 1973
    November 6, 1973
    Episode 52
    11/6/73
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer Jerry Vale, model Harlow, football stars Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick who appeared on the famous cover of Sports Illustrated August 7, 1972, The Golddiggers and Greek Dancers.
  • November 14, 1972
    November 14, 1972
    Episode 52
    11/14/72
    0.0
    Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are comedian Sid Caesar, singer Fran Jeffries, comic Timmie Rogers and Tuffy Truesdall and Victor (wrestling bear and trainer).
  • Week of November 5, 1973
    11/5/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are comedians. Today's co-host is comedian Don Rickles; guests are actress Sylvia Miles, Playboy bunny centerfold Barbi Benton, comedian Bobby Ramsen, The Platters, columnist Marilyn Beck, Dr. Herbert Lazarus author of "Getting Your Money's Worth Out of Psychiatry" and Mr. Jiggs the chimp.
  • Week of November 13, 1972
    11/13/72
    0.0
    From Florida, Mike's co-host this week is comedian-actor Jackie Gleason (Week of 13Nov72-17Nov72); guests are comedienne-actress-singer Sheila MacRae, comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Governor Reubin Askew of Florida, TV announcer Johnny Olson and the musical group Your Father's Mustache.
  • November 2, 1973
    November 2, 1973
    Episode 50
    11/2/73
    0.0
    Tony Curtis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are stunt motorcyclist Evel Knievel, humorist Sam Levenson, singer Lori Lieberman, composer-lyricist Barbara Stone, Masterpiece Theatre producer Christopher Sarson and Tony's wife Leslie with daughter Kelly Curtis.
  • November 10, 1972
    November 10, 1972
    Episode 50
    11/10/72
    0.0
    Wayne Newton concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV's Captain Kangaroo Bob Keeshan, TV chef Graham Kerr and Miss Universe 1973 Miss Philippines Margarita Moran .
  • November 1, 1973
    November 1, 1973
    Episode 49
    11/1/73
    0.0
    Tony Curtis co-hosts; guests are comic Milt Kamen, comedian Jackie Vernon, pop group Looking Glass and snake expert Bill Haast and his wife Clarita.
  • November 9, 1972
    November 9, 1972
    Episode 49
    11/9/72
    0.0
    Wayne Newton co-hosts; guests are singer Barbara McNair, playwright-screenwriter Charles MacArthur, political author James H. Boren and organist Virgil Fox.
  • October 31, 1973
    October 31, 1973
    Episode 48
    10/31/73
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    Tony Curtis co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, choreographer-dance instructor Henry Le Tang, singer-songwriter Eddie Kendricks, columnist Shirley Eder and Dr. Robert Atkins.
  • November 8, 1972
    November 8, 1972
    Episode 48
    11/8/72
    0.0
    Wayne Newton co-hosts; guests are singer Donna Jean Young, comedy writer Jack Douglas and his wife Reiko, singer-songwriter Johnny Nash and author Malcolm Boyd.
  • October 30, 1973
    October 30, 1973
    Episode 47
    10/30/73
    0.0
    Tony Curtis co-hosts; guest is Washington socialite Barbara Howar author of "Laughing All the Way".
  • November 7, 1972
    November 7, 1972
    Episode 47
    11/7/72
    0.0
    Wayne Newton co-hosts; guests are actress Dorothy Lamour, humorist-columnist Dave Barry, singer Bobby Vinton and Craig Claiborne & Virginia Lee co-authors of Chinese Cookbook.
  • Week of October 29, 1973
    10/29/73
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Tony Curtis (Week of 29Oct73-02Nov73).
  • Week of November 6, 1972
    11/6/72
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Wayne Newton (Week of 06Nov72-10Nov72); guests are anthropologist-author Margaret Mead, comedian Professor Backwards and political author James H. Boren.
  • October 26, 1973
    October 26, 1973
    Episode 45
    10/26/73
    0.0
    From San Francisco, Jim Nabors concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Pearl Bailey, actress Kathryn Crosby and her son Harry Crosby, humorist Henri Lewin, columnist Ralph Pearl and Jessica Milford.
  • November 3, 1972
    November 3, 1972
    Episode 45
    11/3/72
    0.0
    Hugh O'Brian concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Mimi Hines, singers Julie DeJohn and O.C. Smith and Landspeed driver Craig Breedlove.
  • October 25, 1973
    October 25, 1973
    Episode 44
    10/25/73
    0.0
    From San Francisco, Jim Nabors co-hosts; guests are Governor Ronald Reagan, comedienne Lily Tomlin and singer Tennessee Ernie Ford.
  • November 2, 1972
    November 2, 1972
    Episode 44
    11/2/72
    0.0
    Hugh O'Brian co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Don Stewart, comedian Marvin Braverman, Carl Foreman writer-producer of The Young Winston and Astronaut John Swigart (Apollo 13); also a look at the newest space suits.
  • October 24, 1973
    October 24, 1973
    Episode 43
    10/24/73
    0.0
    From San Francisco, Jim Nabors co-hosts; guests are actress Shirley Temple Black, comedian Pat Henry, comedienne Fannie Flagg, conductor Kurt Adler, tenor Jess Thomas and Antoinette Atelle of Croaker College.
  • November 1, 1972
    November 1, 1972
    Episode 43
    11/1/72
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    Hugh O'Brian co-hosts; guests are comedian Robert Klein, singer Buddy Greco, pianist Skitch Henderson and Myrna Blyth editor of Ladies' Home Journal.
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