The Mike Douglas Show - Season 13

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Episode Guide

  • August 29, 1975
    August 29, 1975
    Episode 230
    8/29/75
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    David Brenner concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Maximilian Schell, singer-guitarist Freddy Fender, comic Richard Lewis, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus, Joseph Monte, Dr. William Reed and Robert Lee brother of the late martial-arts expert Bruce Lee.
  • August 28, 1975
    August 28, 1975
    Episode 229
    8/28/75
    0.0
    David Brenner co-hosts; guests are Bing Crosby and his wife Kathryn Grant Crosby, comic Mike Preminger, Jazz singer Joe Williams, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus, sportscaster Frank Gifford and Sandra Harmon author of "A Girl Like Me".
  • August 27, 1975
    August 27, 1975
    Episode 228
    8/27/75
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    David Brenner co-hosts; guests are comics Jerry Lester, Pinky Lee and Rip Taylor, boxers Joe Frazier and his son Marvis Frazier, Burlesque performer Ann Corio, pop group The Main Ingredient and David's parents Louis and Estelle Brenner.
  • August 26, 1975
    August 26, 1975
    Episode 227
    8/26/75
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    David Brenner co-hosts; guests are singer Sonny Bono, model Susie Coelho, actress Georgia Engel, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus, boxing great Rocky Graziano, boxing referee Hank Cisco, former All-Pro football player Mike Reid, Scott Hannah and Charles "Hurricane" Boyd.
  • Week of August 25, 1975
    8/25/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian David Brenner (Week of 25Aug74-29Aug75); guests are singer Sonny Bono, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus, musician Jerry Schneider, Jazz singer Cleo Laine and her husband musician John Dankworth and Mary Conroy author of "The National Woman's Guide to Self Defense".
  • August 22, 1975
    August 22, 1975
    Episode 225
    8/22/75
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    Jimmie Walker concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are The Brady Bunch actress Florence Henderson, singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey, singer Bobby Vinton, comedienne Elayne Boosler and Pretzel maker Bud Mumma. Also a demonstration of a sensing device for people with impaired eyesight.
  • August 21, 1975
    August 21, 1975
    Episode 224
    8/21/75
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    Jimmie Walker co-hosts; guests are Reverend Ike, comedienne Brett Somers, inventor John Paulson, Philadephia Phillies baseball players Jay Johnstone and Tug McGraw and The Bee Gees, Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb.
  • August 20, 1975
    August 20, 1975
    Episode 223
    8/20/75
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    Jimmie Walker co-hosts; guests are Bill Cobsy, singer Diane Snow, fashion designer Oleg Cassini, John Nance author of "The Gentle Tasaday", Temple University president Marvin Wachman and rock group Isis.
  • August 19, 1975
    August 19, 1975
    Episode 222
    8/19/75
    0.0
    Jimmie Walker co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Roberta Peters, comic Fred Travalena, columnist Jimmy Breslin, a discussion of the CIA with Shana Alexander and actor Gene Hackman in a pre-recorded segment. Highlights: Roberta sings, "Zigeuner". (German for 'Gypsy')
  • Week of August 18, 1975
    8/18/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-actor Jimmie Walker; guests are actor Ernest Borgnine, consumer advocate Ralph Nader, author Melinda Blau, Pro basketball player Rick Barry, professional domino toppler Bob Speca Jr., television and film make-up artist Thomas Burman and The Commodores.
  • August 1, 1975
    August 1, 1975
    Episode 220
    8/1/75
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    Joan Rivers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Roy Scheider, singer Johnny Rodriguez, Aquarium owner Paul Weintraub, Mable Hoffman author of "Crockery Cookery" and R&B band The New Birth. Highlights: Johnny sings, "See See Rider" and "Just Get Up and Close the Door".
  • July 31, 1975
    July 31, 1975
    Episode 219
    7/31/75
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are actor Bill Bixby, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka, TV game-show host Richard Dawson, mystic-magician Kuda Bux and Dr. Stand Roman. Highlights: Neil sings, "That's When the Music Takes Me" and "Solitaire".
  • July 30, 1975
    July 30, 1975
    Episode 218
    7/30/75
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are TV personality Steve Allen, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, Physical fitness advocate Linda Bach, columnist Ann Landers and pop group Young Smith.
  • July 29, 1975
    July 29, 1975
    Episode 217
    7/29/75
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are film critic Rex Reed, actor Peter Lupus, comedian David Brenner, pop duo The Captain and Tennille and Juliet Benita Colman daughter of Ronald Colman and author of "Ronald Colman, A Very Private Person". Highlights: Mike sings, "Candy Man". Captain & Tennille perform "Love Will Keep Us Together".moreless
  • Week of July 28, 1975
    Week of July 28, 1975
    Episode 216
    7/28/75
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    Joan Rivers is Mike's co-host this week; guests include actor Bob Crane, comedian Marty Allen, Jazz drummer Buddy Rich and former Mr. America Steve Michalik. Highlights: Buddy & Mike sing, "Sweet Georgia Brown". Mike sings, "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby".
  • July 25, 1975
    July 25, 1975
    Episode 215
    7/25/75
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    Roger Miller concludes his co-hosting duties; guests include actor Jack Palance, Zsa Zsa Gabor, "Welcome Back, Kotter" actor Gabriel Kaplan and Psychic Matthew Manning author of "The Link". Also a bridal fashion show. Highlights: Roger sings, "King of the Road".
  • July 24, 1975
    July 24, 1975
    Episode 214
    7/24/75
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    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests include actress Elke Sommer, actor Anthony Perkins, comic Fred Travalena, singer Andy Kim and Veterinarian Terri McGinnis. Also a demonstration of an electric car. Highlights: Music: "Engine, Engine No. 9" and "Lovin' You Is Always on My Mind".
  • July 23, 1975
    July 23, 1975
    Episode 213
    7/23/75
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    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests include "M*A*S*H" actor McLean Stevenson, Dian Thomas author of "Roughing It Easy", Former Miss Nude Universe Kellie Everts and Blood Sweat & Tears. Also an exhibition by Lipizzaner white stallions. Highlights: Song: "England Swings".
  • July 22, 1975
    July 22, 1975
    Episode 212
    7/22/75
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    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests include actor Eli Wallach and his wife actress Anne Jackson, singer Vic Damone and The Armed Forces Bicentennial Band and Chorus. Highlights: Vic sings, "Never Can Say Goodbye".
  • Week of July 21, 1975
    Week of July 21, 1975
    Episode 211
    7/21/75
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    Roger Miller is Mike's co-host this week; guests include comedian Foster Brooks, Nancy Ames and film director Roger Vadim. Highlights: Roger Miller sings, "Walking in the Sunshine".
  • July 18, 1975
    July 18, 1975
    Episode 210
    7/18/75
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    Uri Geller co-hosts; guests are Yogi Amirit Desai, Esther DeLoach, Estra Matthews, Dr. Lewis Gerstley and Dr. Charles Cayce in this program on psychic phenomena.
  • July 17, 1975
    July 17, 1975
    Episode 209
    7/17/75
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    Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson are the only guests and answer questions on sexual behavior.
  • July 16, 1975
    July 16, 1975
    Episode 208
    7/16/75
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    Ted Mack co-hosts; guests are singer Jerry Vale, entertainer Tiny Tim, juggler Wally Straton, Bob Bonney, James Mizelle, Ken Miller, Harry Steinberg, Butch Gallagher, Liz Fertitta, Pinky Robinson, Robi Robins in a re-creation of the "Amateur Hour" with nine talented amateurs.
  • July 15, 1975
    July 15, 1975
    Episode 207
    7/15/75
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    Psychiatrist Dr. William Rader co-hosts; he is the head of the Alcoholism Program at Pacific Hospital in Long Beach, California in this program on women and alcoholism. Guests are Marilyn Hower, Peggy Patterson, Andrea Grace and Linda Curtis.
  • Week of July 14, 1975
    Week of July 14, 1975
    Episode 206
    7/14/75
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    Mike's co-host today is Country singer-songwriter Johnny Cash; guests are Johnny's wife singer June Carter Cash, The Tennessee Three, The Carter Family, singer-songwriter Carl Perkins and Jack Ruth.
  • July 11, 1975
    July 11, 1975
    Episode 205
    7/11/75
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    George Kirby concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels, comedian Sandy Baron, impressionist-comic Will Jordan and Nancy Austin author of "The Assertive Woman".
  • July 10, 1975
    July 10, 1975
    Episode 204
    7/10/75
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    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are actress-singer Carol Lawrence, actor Robert Conrad, Mitch Kurman crusader and lobbyist for Camp Safety following his sons death at summer camp and band Fallenrock.
  • July 9, 1975
    July 9, 1975
    Episode 203
    7/9/75
    0.0
    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are singer Sonny Bono, actor Robert Shaw, comedian-impressionist Bob McDonald and Iain & Oria Douglas-Hamilton of African Elephant Watch.
  • July 8, 1975
    July 8, 1975
    Episode 202
    7/8/75
    0.0
    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are singer Ella Fitzgerald, the Duke Ellington Band, actor Vincent Gardenia and comedian Pat Cooper.
  • Week of July 7, 1975
    Week of July 7, 1975
    Episode 201
    7/7/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian George Kirby (Week of 07Jul75-11Jul75); guests are actor David Groh, singer Melissa Manchester, comedian Robert Klein, organist-comic Stan Kann, H.H. Oliver folk artist known for "hollerin'" and Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes.
  • July 4, 1975
    July 4, 1975
    Episode 200
    7/4/75
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    Harry Chapin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests include actor George Hamilton, comedian Dick Shawn and Violinist Itzhak Perlman.
  • July 3, 1975
    July 3, 1975
    Episode 199
    7/3/75
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    Harry Chapin co-hosts; guests include comedian David Brenner, baseball's Leo Durocher, coauthor of "Nice Guys Finish Last" and National League umpire Tom Gorman, worm expert George Sroda and The Pointer Sisters. Also a demonstration by a 10-year-old unicyclist. Highlights: The Pointer Sisters sing "Fairytale."
  • July 2, 1975
    July 2, 1975
    Episode 198
    7/2/75
    0.0
    Harry Chapin co-hosts; guests include actor Barry Newman, actor-singer-dancer Ben Vereen, boxer Rocky Graziano and a film clip from one of the Graziano-Tony Zale bouts of the 40's is shown; also defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, author of "For the Defense". Highlights: Harry sings "Cat's in the Cradle". Music by the Frank Hunter band.moreless
  • July 1, 1975
    July 1, 1975
    Episode 197
    7/1/75
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    Harry Chapin co-hosts; guests include comedian Richard Pryor, singer-songwriter Steve Goodman and Lula Betenson, sister of American outlaw Butch Cassidy. Highlights: Steve sings, "City of New Orleans". Harry sings, "W*O*L*D".
  • Week of June 30, 1975
    Week of June 30, 1975
    Episode 196
    6/30/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Harry Chapin (Week of 30Jun75-04Jul75); guests are Harry's family Tom, Steve and Jim Chapin, actor Tony Randall, comedian Norm Crosby, The Lettermen, comic Frank Raines aka Mr. Echo, swimming instructor Claire Timmermans, author of "Teach Your Baby to Swim". Highlights: The Lettermen sing, "The Best of My Love". Harry sings, "I Wanna Learn a Love Song".moreless
  • June 20, 1975
    June 20, 1975
    Episode 195
    6/20/75
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    From New Jersey's Great Adventure Safari Park, George Hamilton concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Kirk Douglas, actress-singer-dancer Juliet Prowse, magician Jeff Sheridan and naturalist Roger Caras.
  • June 19, 1975
    June 19, 1975
    Episode 194
    6/19/75
    0.0
    From New Jersey's Great Adventure Safari Park, George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, Country singer Tanya Tucker, comic Professor Irwin Corey, Landres the Magician and Motorcycle daredevil Lou Morella. Also a Diving exhibition. Highlights: Tanya sings, "Lizzie and the Rainman".
  • June 18, 1975
    June 18, 1975
    Episode 193
    6/18/75
    0.0
    From New Jersey's Great Adventure Safari Park, George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are actor Burt Lancaster, comedian David Brenner, 1975 Indy 500 winner Bobby Unser, The Up With People Troupe and Warner LeRoy, the designer of Great Adventure.
  • June 17, 1975
    June 17, 1975
    Episode 192
    6/17/75
    0.0
    From New Jersey's Great Adventure Safari Park, George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are singer Vic Damone, Naturalist Roger Caras and The Four Tops.
  • Week of June 16, 1975
    Week of June 16, 1975
    Episode 191
    6/16/75
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    From New Jersey's Great Adventure Safari Park, Mike's co-host this week is actor George Hamilton (Week of 16Jun75-20Jun75); guests are actor Kirk Douglas, comedian David Brenner, comic actor Jimmie Walker and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
  • June 6, 1975
    June 6, 1975
    Episode 190
    6/6/75
    0.0
    Gladys Knight and the Pips conclude their co-hosting duties for the week; guests are actor Omar Sharif, Good Times actor Jimmie Walker, John Scarne who demonstrates gambling tricks, Bio-rhythms researcher Andrew Ahigren and trainer Frank Inn with canine performer Benji.Highlights: Gladys Knight and the Pips perform "Neither One of Us (Wants to Be the First to Say Goodbye)".moreless
  • June 5, 1975
    June 5, 1975
    Episode 189
    6/5/75
    0.0
    Gladys Knight and the Pips co-host; guests include actress Phyllis Newman, comic Pat Henry, horticulturist Bill McDowell and Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods. Also Polygamist Alex Joseph with five of his wives.
  • June 4, 1975
    June 4, 1975
    Episode 188
    6/4/75
    0.0
    Gladys Knight and the Pips co-host; guests include actor Beau Bridges, Gary Burghoff and TV children's show puppeteer Rod Hull.
  • June 3, 1975
    June 3, 1975
    Episode 187
    6/3/75
    0.0
    Gladys Knight and the Pips co-host; guests include singer Judy Collins, Baseball catcher Johnny Bench, comedian Charlie Callas and Bio-rhythms researcher Andrew Ahigren.
  • Week of June 2, 1975
    Week of June 2, 1975
    Episode 186
    6/2/75
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    Mike's co-hosts this week are Gladys Knight and the Pips (Week of 02Jun75-06Jun75); guests are comedian Robert Klein, Jack Valente President of the Motion Pictures of America Association, radio and TV host Ted Mack and Blood, Sweat & Tears.
  • May 30, 1975
    May 30, 1975
    Episode 185
    5/30/75
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    Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Donald Sutherland and actress Karen Black promoting their film Day of the Locust, singer-actress Diahann Carroll, comic Morty Gunty and singing group The Lettermen. Highlights: The Lettermen sing "Laughter in the Rain". Diahann sings "More than You Know". Mike sings "My Kind of Girl" Totie and The Lettermen perform "Lazy River".moreless
  • May 29, 1975
    May 29, 1975
    Episode 184
    5/29/75
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are comedian Dom DeLuise, actress Adrienne Barbeau, singer Tommy Leonetti, Rosemary Costarelli, Dr. Ezra Greenspan and bath towel fashions.
  • May 28, 1975
    May 28, 1975
    Episode 183
    5/28/75
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actress Loretta Swit, Dr. Irwin Stillman, consumer advocate Ralph Nader, musician Edwin Koupal and author Walter Szykitka.
  • May 27, 1975
    May 27, 1975
    Episode 182
    5/27/75
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actor Hal Linden, Star Trek producer Gene Roddenberry, Country singer Tanya Tucker, singing duo Ike & Tina Turner, pop group Blue Magic, Dian Thomas author of "Roughing It Easy" and Dr. Walter Fanburg.
  • Week of May 26, 1975
    Week of May 26, 1975
    Episode 181
    5/26/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Totie Fields (Week of 26May75-30May75); guests are puppeteer Shari Lewis, Sportscaster Don Meredith, gossip columnist Rona Barrett, Peter Edstrom, Virginia Coy and a demonstration by a hand analyst. Highlights: Mike sings "Exactly like You". Mike and Totie and teams up with "Just You, Just Me."moreless
  • May 23, 1975
    May 23, 1975
    Episode 180
    5/23/75
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    "Around the World Salute to Japan" with co-host comedy writer Jack Douglas and his wife Reiko; guests are singer Rene Simard, The All-Philadelphia Boys Choir, Japanese Kibuki Dancers and Samurai swordsmen and Japanese cooking demonstration.
  • May 22, 1975
    May 22, 1975
    Episode 179
    5/22/75
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    "Around the World Salute to Africa" with co-host actor James Earl Jones; guests are Michael Olatunji director of New York African Cultural Center, his wife Mrs. Olatunji who presents African fashions, poetress Nikki Giovanni and Dinah Ayensu with an African cooking demonstration.
  • May 21, 1975
    May 21, 1975
    Episode 178
    5/21/75
    0.0
    "Around the World Salute to France" with co-host mime Marcel Marceau; guests are singer Jean-Paul Vignon, Broadway dancer Ann Reinking, French songstress Mirelle Mathieu, French chef and TV personality Jacques Pepin and film historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker. Plus a preview of the 1975 Fall Fashions.
  • May 20, 1975
    May 20, 1975
    Episode 177
    5/20/75
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    "Around the World Salute to Puerto Rico" with co-host Jose Ferrer; guests are singer Jose Feliciano, comedian John Byner, singing group Tipica '73, Victor Montenez and his Planeros, Carmen Valldejuli, Rosendo Acosta and Vera Clemente.
  • Week of May 19, 1975
    Week of May 19, 1975
    Episode 176
    5/19/75
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    "Around the World Salute Week" (Week of 19May75-23May75). Mike salutes to Italy with co-host comedian Pat Cooper; guests are actor Henry Fonda, singer Enzo Stuarti, The Lira Band and fashion creator Dr. Aldo Gucci.
  • May 16, 1975
    May 16, 1975
    Episode 175
    5/16/75
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-host; guests are actress Sally Struthers of TV's All in the Family, comedian David Brenner and George M. Stone author of "From Mist and Stone: The Folklore of the Celts and Vikings" with a discussion of wolves and wolf lore. Highlights: Sally and Sammy sing "Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Ole Oak Tree". Mike sings "The Moment of Truth."moreless
  • May 15, 1975
    May 15, 1975
    Episode 174
    5/15/75
    0.0
    Freddie Prinze co-hosts; guests are comedian-actress Betty White, her husband TV game show host Allen Ludden, actresses Karen Valentine and Georgia Engel and singer Major Harris.
  • May 14, 1975
    May 14, 1975
    Episode 173
    5/14/75
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are actress Pam Grier, comedian David Frye, singer Marlena Shaw and Philadelphia Flyer hockey player Dave "The Hammer" Schultz.
  • May 13, 1975
    May 13, 1975
    Episode 172
    5/13/75
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    Freddie Prinze co-hosts; guests are Chico and the Man co-star actor Jack Albertson, actress Karen Valentine, choreographer-dancer Peter Gennaro, authors Nicholas and June Regush, psychic Jack Schwarz and flagpole sitter Woody Hightower.
  • Week of May 12, 1975
    Week of May 12, 1975
    Episode 171
    5/12/75
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    Mike's co-host Monday, Wednesday and Friday is entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. with comedian Freddie Prinze co-hosting Tuesday and Thursday (Week of 12May75-16May75); guests are actor Tony Curtis, the Suzi Quatro Band, singer Johnny Brown and Fred Zega inventor of the golf swinging machine.
  • May 9, 1975
    May 9, 1975
    Episode 170
    5/9/75
    0.0
    From Opryland in Tennessee; Minnie Pearl co-hosts; guests are musician Roy Acuff, socialite Martha Mitchell, Country singer Roger Miller, Mitchell Fuston, Stoney Mountain Cloggers and Governor Ray Blanton.
  • May 8, 1975
    May 8, 1975
    Episode 169
    5/8/75
    0.0
    From Opryland USA in Nashville, Tennessee; Tom T. Hall co-hosts; guests are Country singers Barbara Mandrell and Johnny Rodriguez, Hee Haw's Grandpa Jones, musician John Hartford, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, comic Professor Backwards and tightrope walker Ma Ho Pin. Highlights: Tom sings "Deal". John & Mike perform "Gentle on My Mind". Barbara Mandrell sings "Show Me a Man". Johnny Rodriguez sings "Ramblin' Man". Grandpa Jones performs "Baby-O".moreless
  • May 7, 1975
    May 7, 1975
    Episode 168
    5/7/75
    0.0
    From Tennessee; Mel Tillis co-hosts; guests are Country singers Waylon Jennings, Jessie Colter and Roger Miller, comedian Flip Wilson, singer Diana Trask, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, NASCAR racers Darrell Waltrip and Bobby Allison and the Fruit Jar Drinkers.
  • May 6, 1975
    May 6, 1975
    Episode 167
    5/6/75
    0.0
    From Opryland in Tennessee; Loretta Lynn co-hosts; guests are actor George Hamilton, Opera singer Roberta Peters, Country singers Bill Anderson and Mickey Gilley, The Queen and Her Maids, comedian Professor Irwin Corey and Monty Lynch and his retriever.
  • Week of May 5, 1975
    Week of May 5, 1975
    Episode 166
    5/5/75
    0.0
    "Going Places: Mike in Opryland" From Tennessee, Roger Miller co-hosts today; guests are entertainer Ethel Merman, Country singers Charley Pride and Jimmy Dean, comedian Jerry Clower and the King Charles Troupe.
  • May 2, 1975
    May 2, 1975
    Episode 165
    5/2/75
    0.0
    George Carlin concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests include actor Ben Gazzara, Kate Jackson, Redd Foxx, LaWanda Page, singer Barry Manilow and Dr. Mildred Jefferson chairwoman of the board of the National Right to Life Committee.
  • May 1, 1975
    May 1, 1975
    Episode 164
    5/1/75
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    George Carlin co-hosts; guests include singer-actress Barbara McNair, actor Fernando Lamas, Rob Reiner and Sha Na Na. Also a fashion show of comic-book hero costumes with Joan Rivers, David Brenner, Burt Ward and comic-book publisher Stan Lee. Highlights: Sha Na Na perform "Just Like Romeo and Juliet" and "ShBoom."
  • April 30, 1975
    April 30, 1975
    Episode 163
    4/30/75
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    George Carlin co-hosts; guests include actress Lana Turner, John Davidson, comedienne Joan Rivers, singer Kenny Rankin and John Springer author of "They Had Faces Then" about movie stars of the 30's.
  • April 29, 1975
    April 29, 1975
    Episode 162
    4/29/75
    0.0
    George Carlin co-hosts; guests include singer Gloria Gaynor, actor Larry Linville, comedian Ron Carey and Egil Krogh Jr. convicted conspirator in the Ellsberg case.
  • Week of April 28, 1975
    4/28/75
    0.0
    George Carlin is Mike's co-host this week; guests include Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg from "The Avengers", Rita Moreno, comedian Charlie Callas and psychic Uri Geller.
  • April 25, 1975
    April 25, 1975
    Episode 160
    4/25/75
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    Jose Feliciano concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, actor David Groh, comedian Norm Crosby, singer Major Harris and authors William Masters and Virginia Johnson. Highlights: Jose sings, "Take Me Home Country Roads" and "Light My Fire". Carol sings, "All I Ever Need is You", "The Way We Were" and a medley of "These Foolish Things".moreless
  • April 24, 1975
    April 24, 1975
    Episode 159
    4/24/75
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    Jose Feliciano co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, comedian David Brenner, Dr. Hyman Engleberg, author of "The Doctor's Modern Heart Attack Prevention Program." Highlights: Jose sings, "Papa Was A Rollin' Stone". Robert sings, "Those Were the Days" and "The Nearness of You".
  • April 23, 1975
    April 23, 1975
    Episode 158
    4/23/75
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    Jose Feliciano co-hosts; guests are actor Walter Slezak, singer Al Martino, comedian-actor Sandy Baron, comedienne Valeri Bromfield, pop group Blue Swede and African-safari guides Betty and Jock Melville. Highlights: Jose sings, "Use Me". Al sings "To the Door of the Sun". Blue Swede performs, "Dr. Rock and Roll". Mike sings "Never My Love". Jose & Al duet on "I Have But One Heart".moreless
  • April 22, 1975
    April 22, 1975
    Episode 157
    4/22/75
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    Jose Feliciano co-hosts; guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, singer Richie Lecea, comedian Pat Cooper, linguist and author Charles Berlitz, Lawrence Kutche and the singing group Ecstasy, Passion and Pain. Highlights: Jose sings, "Boogie On Reggae Woman" and "If You Don't Know Me By Now". Marvin performs, "Night and Day".
  • Week of April 21, 1975
    4/21/75
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jose Feliciano (Week of 21Apr75-25Apr75), guests are actress Alexis Smith, Maude actor Bill Macy, comedian Corbett Monica and Chaka Khan with Rufus. Also instructions for cultivating an indoor vegetable garden. Highlights: Jose sings, "Chico and the Man" and "The Essence of Your Love". Chaka Khan and Rufus sing, "Tell Me Something Good".moreless
  • April 18, 1975
    April 18, 1975
    Episode 155
    4/18/75
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    Dyan Cannon concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Jennifer O'Neill, actor Anson Williams, Jack Edelstein, Fred Blair, columnist Shirley Eder and The Stylistics. Also a display of snakes. Highlights: Anson sings, "Another Night in a Lonely Town". Jennifer sings, "I Live the Life I Love". The Stylistics perform, "Thank You Baby".moreless
  • April 17, 1975
    April 17, 1975
    Episode 154
    4/17/75
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    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests are actor Cornel Wilde, singer Al Green, comedian-actor Art Carney, comic Stan Kann and Peter Skolnik author of "Jump Rope". Highlights: Dyan sings, "Touch Me In the Morning". Mike & Dyan sing, "We've Only Just Begun". Al sings, "The Prince of Soul" and "God Blessed Our Love".moreless
  • April 16, 1975
    April 16, 1975
    Episode 153
    4/16/75
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    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests include singer Johnny Mathis, actor Jack Klugman, Elizabeth Keubler-Ross author of "Questions and Answers on Death and Dying", PBS's Zoom producer Austin Hoyt, author Solomon Hasluck and Edith, Danny & Luiz. Highlights: Johnny sings, "Over the Weekend" and "What'll I Do?".
  • April 15, 1975
    April 15, 1975
    Episode 152
    4/15/75
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    Dyan Cannon co-hosts; guests are actor Jamie Farr, Guiding Light actor Don Stewart, singer Julie DeJohn, comic Billy Saluga, comedian Professor Irwin Corey and Tavares. Also a taped interview of Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter at Trenton State Prison where the former boxer is serving a sentence for murder. Highlights: Tavares performs, "My Ship" and "Remember What I Told You To Forget".moreless
  • Week of April 14, 1975
    4/14/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Dyan Cannon (Week of 14Apr75-18Apr75); guests are M*A*S*H" star Alan Alda, comedian Bill Dana, actor Scatman Crothers, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and Dr. Frederick Leboyer, author of "Birth Without Violence". Highlights: Dyan sings, "Since I Fell For You". Mike sings, "She's A Lady".
  • April 11, 1975
    April 11, 1975
    Episode 150
    4/11/75
    0.0
    Lily Tomlin concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Lily's "Laugh-In" castmates comedians Arte Johnson and Henry Gibson, photojournalist Betty Beaird and singer Ronee Blakely and the Victory Choral Ensemble. Highlights: Ronee sings, "Tape Deck in His Tractor".
  • April 10, 1975
    April 10, 1975
    Episode 149
    4/10/75
    0.0
    Lily Tomlin co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Congresswoman Rep. Bella Abzug (D-NY), comedienne Valeri Bromfield, John Slonaker, a player of whiskey bottles and The Chambers Brothers. Highlights: Songs include, "Stealin' Watermelons".
  • April 9, 1975
    April 9, 1975
    Episode 148
    4/9/75
    0.0
    Lily Tomlin co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Dreyfuss, singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen, Australian singer Lana Cantrell, Country singer Tanya Tucker and Donald Rumsfeld, assistant to the President. Highlights: Ben sings, "Jubilation" and "You Make Me Feel Brand New". Lana sings, "Like A Sunday Morning". Lily sings, "That Sentimental Sandwich".
  • April 8, 1975
    April 8, 1975
    Episode 147
    4/8/75
    0.0
    Lily Tomlin co-hosts; guests are singer Pearl Bailey, comedian George Kirby, Pretzels, a musical revue and Banker Louis Kelso, who discusses a proposal for employee-owned corporations. Highlights: Pearl sings, "Violets For Your Furs" and "Duey's Song". Mike and Lily team up for "Don't Count Your Kisses". George sings, "You Are the Sunshine of My Life".moreless
  • Week of April 7, 1975
    Week of April 7, 1975
    Episode 146
    4/7/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Lily Tomlin (Week of 07Apr75-11Apr75); guests are actress Marlo Thomas, comic Archie Hahn, Psychic healer William Nolen, author of "Healing: A Doctor in Search of a Miracle" and a woman who was treated by faith healer Kathryn Kuhlman and Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes. Highlights: Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes perform, "Bad Luck" and "Hope That We Can Be Together Soon".moreless
  • April 4, 1975
    April 4, 1975
    Episode 145
    4/4/75
    0.0
    Flip Wilson concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are singer Tina Turner, sportscaster Jane Chastain, singer Walter Heath and singing duo Seals and Crofts. Highlights: Seals and Crofts perform "I'll Play For You". Walter sings, "You Know You're Wrong, Don't You Brother".
  • April 3, 1975
    April 3, 1975
    Episode 144
    4/3/75
    0.0
    Flip Wilson co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, comedian John Byner, psychic Kenny Kingston, Sidney Sheldon author of "The Other Side of Midnight" and The Whiteclouds, a knife throwing act. Highlights: John Davidson sings, "What Will I Tell the Kids?".
  • April 2, 1975
    April 2, 1975
    Episode 143
    4/2/75
    0.0
    Flip Wilson co-hosts; guests are actress Dyan Cannon, singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, worm expert George Sroda and Alvin Toffler author of "Future Shock". Highlights: Harry sings, "I Want to Learn a Love Song" and "Jamie".
  • April 1, 1975
    April 1, 1975
    Episode 142
    4/1/75
    0.0
    Flip Wilson co-hosts; guests are actress Morgan Fairchild, singer Johnny Nash, Jazz drummer Buddy Rich, Pro golfer Doug Sanders and Dr. Kenneth Edelin convicted of manslaughter in a Boston abortion case. Highlights: Buddy plays "I Love You."
  • Week of March 31, 1975
    3/31/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Flip Wilson (Week of 31Mar75-04Apr75); guests are TV personality Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows, singer Eloise Laws, comic Mr. Echo and psychic Kenny Kingston. Highlights: Eloise sings, "I Got the Music In Me". Also a demonstration of fancy Japanese cooking.
  • March 28, 1975
    March 28, 1975
    Episode 140
    3/28/75
    0.0
    Mason Reese concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actors Walter Slezak and Jack Klugman, singer Janis Ian, Magician Judy Carter, former astronaut Senator John Glenn (D-Ohio), The Spinners and Dr. Thelma Moss. Highlights: The Spinners perform, "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love?" and "Living A Little, Laughing A Little". Janis Ian sings, "When the Party's Over".moreless
  • March 27, 1975
    March 27, 1975
    Episode 139
    3/27/75
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are actor Christopher Lee, singer Anne Murray, pianists Ferrante and Teicher, comedian Pat Cooper, actor-Indian chief Iron Eyes Cody talks about Indian lore and musical group Sister Sledge. Also Locomotive engineer Christine Gonzales who teaches Mason how to drive a train. Highlights: Ferrante and Teicher perform "Exodus" and "Ol' Man River".moreless
  • March 26, 1975
    March 26, 1975
    Episode 138
    3/26/75
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are actress-singer Rita Moreno, singer-composer Harry Chapin, singers Kelly Garrett and Gilbert Price, Sportscaster Jane Chastain, Dr. Jose Froimovich researcher of the aging process, Worm expert George Sroda, and two members of the Philadelphia Fire Dept. and a tour of a firetruck. Highlights: Harry sings, "Cats in the Cradle". Rita sings, "Harvest Moon".moreless
  • March 25, 1975
    March 25, 1975
    Episode 137
    3/25/75
    0.0
    Mason Reese co-hosts; guests are actress Shirley MacLaine, comedienne-actress Esther Rolle, composer Marvin Hamlisch, Philadelphia's Singing City Choir and Alex Green and Gary MacKenzie with a demonstration of trick shooting, gun spinning and bull-whipping. Highlights: Philadelphia's Singing City Choir, the choir performs Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" and "Ezekiel". Mike and Marvin perform, "What I Did For Love" from A Chorus Line.moreless
  • Week of March 24, 1975
    3/24/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV commercial star Mason Reese (Week of 24Mar75-28Mar75); guests are actress Shirley MacLaine, impressionist Fred Travalena, Little Anthony and the Imperials and Richard Humphrys and his trained animals. Highlights: Little Anthony and the Imperials perform, "Hold On" and "You Are". Fred Travalena does impersonations of Marlon Brando, Paul Lynde and Clint Eastwood.moreless
  • March 21, 1975
    March 21, 1975
    Episode 135
    3/21/75
    0.0
    Sonny Bono concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Ben Gazzara, actress Adrienne Barbeau, comic Milt Kamen and screenwriter Sterling Silliphant. Also a Kung-fu demonstration. Highlights: Sonny sings, "One Hell of a Woman" and teams up with Mike on "United We Stand". Adrienne sings "A Taste of Honey".
  • March 20, 1975
    March 20, 1975
    Episode 134
    3/20/75
    0.0
    Sonny Bono co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Tony Randall, singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson, 14-year-old French singer Rene Simard. Highlights: Rene sings, "Beyond the Sea" and Schubert's "Ave Maria" and joins Mike in a duet. Smokey sings, "Baby, That's Back At Ya". Sonny & Mike team up to sing, "Mack the Knife".
  • March 19, 1975
    March 19, 1975
    Episode 133
    3/19/75
    0.0
    Sonny Bono co-hosts; guests are actress-comedienne Nancy Walker, singer-songwriter Paul Williams, The Lettermen, Patricia Garfield author of "Creative Dreaming", magician Peter DePaula and Signa Joy and Susan Edwards members of the cast of The Magic Show. Highlights: Sonny & Mike sing, "Sweet Gypsy Rose". The Lettermen sing, "When Will I See You Again" and "I Honestly Love You".moreless
  • March 18, 1975
    March 18, 1975
    Episode 132
    3/18/75
    0.0
    Sonny Bono co-hosts; guests are The Hudson Brothers, comic Rip Taylor, female wrestler Susan Sexton, Eugene Linden author of "Apes, Men and Language" and Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn). Highlights: Mike joins Sonny to sing, "Games People Play". The Hudson Brothers sing, "Lover, Come Back to Me".
  • Week of March 17, 1975
    3/17/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Sonny Bono (Week of 17Mar75-21Mar75); guests are actress-singer-dancer Ann-Margret, Blues singer B.B. King, comedian David Brenner and Anne-Marie Rasmussen former wife of Steven Rockefeller Jr. Highlights: B.B. King performs, "The Thrill Is Gone" and "Live the Love". Sonny & Mike sing, "And the Beat Goes On". Ann-Margret joins Sonny in "You've Got a Friend".moreless
  • March 14, 1975
    March 14, 1975
    Episode 130
    3/14/75
    0.0
    Jean-Claude Killy co-hosts; guests are Sonny Bono, comedian David Brenner, composer Michel Legrand and Karen Morris, the 1974 Junior Miss. Also a skiing demonstration and a ski-fashion show. Highlights: Michel plays "Brian's Song" and "Windmills of My Mind".
  • March 13, 1975
    March 13, 1975
    Episode 129
    3/13/75
    10
    Jerry Lewis is the substitute host and Roger Staubach of the Dallas Cowboys co-hosts; guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, Golf pro Jim Chenoweth and The Treniers singing group. Highlights: The Treniers sing, "Rockin' On Sunday Night".
  • March 12, 1975
    March 12, 1975
    Episode 128
    3/12/75
    6.8
    Virginia Graham is the substitute host for today and Johnny Bench of the Cincinnati Reds co-hosts; guests are actor Roy Scheider, singer Sarah Vaughan, boxing great Rocky Graziano, sportscaster Dick Enberg, softball pitcher Rosie Black and Johnny's wife model Vickie Chesser Bench. Highlights: Sarah sings, "Someone To Watch Over Me" and "The Man I Love".moreless
  • March 11, 1975
    March 11, 1975
    Episode 127
    3/11/75
    0.0
    Joey Bishop is the substitute host; Evel Knievel co-hosts; guests include Welcome Back Kotter comedian-actor Gabriel Kaplan, Dr. Joyce Brothers and singer Billy Eckstine. Highlights: Billy sings, "You and Me Against the World".
  • Week of March 10, 1975
    3/10/75
    0.0
    Reggie Jackson is Mike's co-host today; guests are actor Gene Wilder, impressionist-actor Frank Gorshin and singer Freda Payne. Highlights: Mike & Reggie team up to sing, "Busted". Mike & Freda duet to "The Way We Were". Freda sings "Yours to Have". Freda Payne talks about doing a movie about Dorothy Dandridge's life. Also a demonstration of how baseball bats are made and members of Philadelphia's PAL (Police Athletic League).moreless
  • March 7, 1975
    March 7, 1975
    Episode 125
    3/7/75
    0.0
    Tony Randall concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, bandleader Les Brown, singer Fran Jeffries and Film historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker with film clips of Hope's career. Highlights: Fran and Bob sing, "Show Me the Way to Go Home". And both join Les and Tony to sing a medley that includes "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree".moreless
  • March 6, 1975
    March 6, 1975
    Episode 124
    3/6/75
    0.0
    Tony Randall co-hosts; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, Lenny Bruce's daughter Kitty, actress Valerie Perrine who plays Bruce's wife in the movie Lenny. Highlights: Kitty sings "I've Got the Music In Me".
  • March 5, 1975
    March 5, 1975
    Episode 123
    3/5/75
    0.0
    Tony Randall co-hosts; guests are singer Ed Ames, comedian Marty Allen, actor Vincent Gardenia and former Mouseketeer Darlene Valentine. Highlights: Ed sings, "I Won't Last A Day Without You". Also a belly dancer and a demonstration of making music with a saw and tools.
  • March 4, 1975
    March 4, 1975
    Episode 122
    3/4/75
    0.0
    Tony Randall co-hosts; guests are consumer advocate Ralph Nader, singer Buffy Sainte-Marie, actor Al Molinaro, Robert Redford's wife Lola Redford and actors George Reinholt and Jacquie Courtney of the soap-opera Another World. Highlights: Buffy sings, "Till I See You Again".
  • Week of March 3, 1975
    Week of March 3, 1975
    Episode 121
    3/3/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Tony Randall (Week of 03Mar75-07Mar75); guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, actresses Jean Simmons and Margaret Hamilton, Colin Kerr and Metropolitan Opera singer Sherrill Milnes. Also a trained Mynah bird. Highlights: Sherrill sings, "Mariah".
  • February 28, 1975
    February 28, 1975
    Episode 120
    2/28/75
    0.0
    Cybill Shepherd concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jack Lemmon, comedian Shecky Greene, boxing great Rocky Graziano, impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels, Albert Lucas and a 13-year-old professional skater. Highlights: Mike and Cybil duet on "Let's Fall In Love".
  • February 27, 1975
    February 27, 1975
    Episode 119
    2/27/75
    0.0
    Cybill Shepherd co-hosts; guests are star of TV's Harry-O actor David Janssen, boxing great Muhammad Ali, boxer Chuck Wepner, actor Richard Thomas and his wife Alma, musician Dave Brubeck and his sons Darius, Daniel and Chris. Highlights: David Janssen talks about is "kidnapping" during his 1974 trip to Turkey. Clips from the 1st season of 'HARRY O' were shown.moreless
  • February 26, 1975
    February 26, 1975
    Episode 118
    2/26/75
    0.0
    Cybill Shepherd co-hosts; guests are impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels, singer-songwriter Don McLean, actress Barbara Cook and Charles Goodell chairman of the Presidential Clemency Board. Highlights: Don McLean sings, "And I Love You So" and "Dreidel". Mike does "Begin the Beguine". Marilyn sings "A Good Man Is Hard to Find".
  • February 25, 1975
    February 25, 1975
    Episode 117
    2/25/75
    0.0
    Cybill Shepherd co-hosts; guests are TV commercial star Mason Reese, the Harlem Globetrotters Nate Branch, Meadowlark Lemon, Jackie Jackson and Bobby Jo Mason and Paul Ehrlich with cast members of the touring Jesus Christ Superstar company.
  • Week of February 24, 1975
    2/24/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress-singer Cybill Shepherd (Week of 24Feb75-28Feb75); guests are Country singer Charley Pride, comedian David Brenner, singer Peter Gennaro and The Ohio Players. Highlights: Cybill sings, "I Loved Him". Charley sings, "Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town". Also an omelet-making demonstration.
  • February 21, 1975
    February 21, 1975
    Episode 115
    2/21/75
    10
    Jerry Lewis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen, actress Elizabeth Hubbard, gymnast Cathy Rigby, actor Anthony Cannon and actress Geraldine Court of TV's The Doctors series.
  • February 20, 1975
    February 20, 1975
    Episode 114
    2/20/75
    10
    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are actress Paula Prentiss talks about her film The Stepford Wives, The Temptations, memory expert Harry Lorayne and Pro bowler Judy Soutar. Highlights: The Temptations sing "Happy People".
  • February 19, 1975
    February 19, 1975
    Episode 113
    2/19/75
    10
    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are mime Marcel Marceau, actress Arlene Dahl, Opera singer Shirley Verrett, Richard Humphrey roller dance pioneer, Federal Trade Commissioner Elizabeth Hanford and animal talent.
  • February 18, 1975
    February 18, 1975
    Episode 112
    2/18/75
    10
    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey, British satirist comics Dudley Moore and Peter Cook, singer Donna Theodore, memory expert Harry Lorayne author of "How to Develop Super-Power Memory" and The Humbugs. Highlights: Mike sings "Out of This World."
  • Week of February 17, 1975
    2/17/75
    10
    "Welcome Back Week" as Mike returns to his show with co-host Jerry Lewis. Guests are actress Liv Ullman and singer Melissa Manchester.
  • February 14, 1975
    February 14, 1975
    Episode 110
    2/14/75
    10
    David Steinberg concludes his guest hosting duties and co-hostess Joey Heatherton welcomes guests actor George Hamilton, TV commercial star Mason Reese, pro golfer Tim Wood, Rodeo champion Larry Mahan and cast members from the Broadway production of The Wiz, Stephanie Mills (Dorothy), Hinton Battle (The Scarecrow), Dee Dee Bridgewater (Glinda), Ted Ross (The Cowardly Lion) and Tiger Haynes (The Tin Woodsman). Highlights: Joey sings "Zip-adeedoo-dah." Also: an ice-skating demonstration.moreless
  • February 13, 1975
    February 13, 1975
    Episode 109
    2/13/75
    0.0
    David Steinberg guest hosts; Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are Joey's brother radio personality Dick Heatherton, Good Times actor John Amos, comedian Rip Taylor, organist-comic Stan Kann, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin and singer-songwriter Peter Allen. Also a look at exotic beds.
  • February 12, 1975
    February 12, 1975
    Episode 108
    2/12/75
    0.0
    David Steinberg guest hosts; Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are actor Paul Newman, director Elia Kazan, Jazz musician Ramsey Lewis and Jim Henson & the Muppets. Highlights: Joey sings "I Gotcha."
  • February 11, 1975
    February 11, 1975
    Episode 107
    2/11/75
    0.0
    David Steinberg guest hosts; Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are Joey's father bandleader Ray Heatherton, Joey's brother radio personality Dick Heatherton, actor Craig Stevens, singing group Labelle and author Daniel Peterson. Highlights: Joey sings "Company". Joey and joins her father to do a medley of "Babes in Arms" tunes including "My Funny Valentine" and "Where or When." Labelle sing "Lady Marmalade" and "Space Children."moreless
  • Week of February 10, 1975
    2/10/75
    10
    David Steinberg is the guest host this week as Mike still recovers from his emergency appendectomy. This week's co-host is singer-dancer Joey Heatherton; guests are comedian Redd Foxx, actor Barry Newman, comic Dap Sugar Willie, gymnasts Gary Novicklj & Anita Mathieu and author Urna Gray.
  • February 7, 1975
    February 7, 1975
    Episode 105
    2/7/75
    0.0
    Alan Alda concludes his guest hosting duties; the 5th Dimension co-host; guests are comedian-actor Gabriel Kaplan, comedian Sandy Baron, poet Nikki Giovanni and football player Franco Harris.
  • February 6, 1975
    February 6, 1975
    Episode 104
    2/6/75
    0.0
    Alan Alda guest hosts; The 5th Dimension co-host; guests are comedian Louis Nye, author Warren Farrell and dancer Randy Grant.
  • February 5, 1975
    February 5, 1975
    Episode 103
    2/5/75
    0.0
    Alan Alda guest hosts; The 5th Dimension co-host; guests are comedian George Gobel, actress Elizabeth Ashley, Opera star Grace Bumbry, feminist-author Erica Jong and tennis champ Bobby Riggs.
  • February 4, 1975
    February 4, 1975
    Episode 102
    2/4/75
    0.0
    Alan Alda guest hosts; the 5th Dimension co-host; guests are minister and political organzier Jeb Stuart Magruder and his wife Gail, comic Sandy Baron and motivational course inventor and speaker Werner Erhard. Highlights: The 5th Dimension sing "Up, Up & Away" and "One Less Bell to Answer."
  • Week of February 3, 1975
    2/3/75
    0.0
    Alan Alda is the guest host this week (Week of 03Feb75-07Feb75). The 5th Dimension co-host; guests are singer-composer Neil Sedaka, actor Lee Strasberg and sportscaster Harry Kalas.
  • January 31, 1975
    January 31, 1975
    Episode 100
    1/31/75
    0.0
    Shecky Greene concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Smokey Robinson, TV host Hugh Downs, actress Talia Shire, singer Freda Payne, pop group Singing City, airplane pilot T.W. Cummings and stewardess Mary Kay Reeder and Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese army intelligence lieutenant who fought in World War II and did not surrender until 1974. Also: a demonstration by an airline representative who helps people overcome their fear of flying. Highlights: Mike sings "Fly Me to the Moon". Freda sings "Last Blues Song".moreless
  • January 30, 1975
    January 30, 1975
    Episode 99
    1/30/75
    0.0
    Shecky Greene co-hosts; guests are actor Craig Stevens, actress Jessica Walter, singer-composer David Gates, psychiatrist Dr. Samuel Dunkell who analyzes sleeping positions and entrants from the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Mike welcomes three jurors from the Watergate coverup trail: Anita King, Roy Carter and Joanne Williams.
  • January 29, 1975
    January 29, 1975
    Episode 98
    1/29/75
    0.0
    Shecky Greene co-hosts; guests are actor James Earl Jones, singer Enzo Stuarti, Richard Blackwell aka Mr. Blackwell, author of "The Ten Worst-Dressed Women List", Karina Tapiovarra with a sauna and freestyle skier Bill O'Leary teaches Mike to ski on a machine.
  • January 28, 1975
    January 28, 1975
    Episode 97
    1/28/75
    0.0
    Shecky Greene co-hosts; guests are actor-singer Clifton Davis, boxing great Rocky Graziano, lawyer F. Lee Bailey, Playgirl magazine centerfold coordinator Toni Holt and centerfold photographer Jessica Kolesar, Shecky's wife Nalani and Richard Reinartson a polygraph operator. Highlights: Mike sings "Exactly Like You". Clifton Davis sings "Let Me Be the One" and "Nature Boy". The Frank Hunter band provides the music.moreless
  • Week of January 27, 1975
    1/27/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Shecky Greene (Week of 27Jan75-31Jan75); guests are actor Richard Harris and his wife actress Ann Turkel, comic actor Cleavon Little, TV game show host Bert Convy and Nicole Ronsard, author of "Cellulite: Those Lumps, Bumps and Bulges You Couldn't Lose Before".
  • January 24, 1975
    January 24, 1975
    Episode 95
    1/24/75
    0.0
    Vic Damone concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Faye Dunaway, film director Elia Kazan, actor Corbett Monica, singer Judy Collins, cartoon voice Mel Blanc, Joan Benny, Don Wilson, Kuwait ambassador to the United Nations, Abdulla Bishara and film historians Mert Koplin & Charles Grinker.
  • January 23, 1975
    January 23, 1975
    Episode 94
    1/23/75
    0.0
    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are actor Henry Winkler, singer-composer Harry Chapin, comedian David Brenner, drummer Louis Bellson and Lester Brown, author of "In the Human Interest:A Strategy to Stabilize World Population". Also a fashion show.
  • January 22, 1975
    January 22, 1975
    Episode 93
    1/22/75
    0.0
    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Boyle, entertainer Lola Falana, Senator Jacob K. Javits (R-NY), comic Adam Keefe, actress Janie Sell, guitar duo Los Indios Tabajaras and Emanuel Cheraskin, coauthor of "Psycho-dietetics: Food as the Key to Well-being".
  • January 21, 1975
    January 21, 1975
    Episode 92
    1/21/75
    0.0
    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are actress Deborah Kerr, comedian Charles Nelson Reilly, singer Barry Manilow, columnist Jack Anderson, Elizabeth Holiday and B.H. Barry of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Highlights: Mike sings "Easy Come, Easy Go." Vic does "You'd Better Love Me While You May." The Frank Hunter band.
  • Week of January 20, 1975
    1/20/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Vic Damone (Week of 20Jan75-24Jan75); guests are actor Yul Brynner, Opera singer Anna Moffo, singer John Raitt and his daughter singer Bonnie Raitt, comic Stan Kann, Esquire editors Tom Ferrell and Lee Eisenberg and entertainer Monty Rock III.
  • January 17, 1975
    January 17, 1975
    Episode 90
    1/17/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Robert Goulet concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-songwriter Paul Williams, Welcome Back Kotter comedian-actor Gabriel Kaplan, TV commercial star Mason Reese, actor Barry Williams of The Brady Bunch, Marksman Tom Fry, The Spinners and . Mason learns to pilot the Goodyear Blimp and bathtub races and a trapeze act The Reynose Brothers. Mason Reese learns to pilot the Goodyear Blimp and Bathtub races featuring Art Lalone. Highlights: Paul sings, "Family of Man" and "You and Me Against the World".moreless
  • January 16, 1975
    January 16, 1975
    Episode 89
    1/16/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are Robert's wife singer-actress Carol Lawrence, comedians Ron Carey and Dick Shawn, Salty a trained sea lion, Lyn Novakowski, Sherill Mel Bailey & his remote planes with a demonstration of remote-control airplanes used in law enforcement and Michelle & Michael, two acrobats who perform hanging from a helicopter Highlights: Carol & Robert sing, "Together". Mike sings, "Sweet Caroline" and "My Best Girl".moreless
  • January 15, 1975
    January 15, 1975
    Episode 88
    1/15/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are Robert's wife singer-actress Carol Lawrence, tennis champ Bobby Riggs, Miami Beach Mayor Harold Rosen, Rogana, Jim, Ken and Kevin Schmedlein, Alex Stein & Ashley Whippet the Wonder Dog, Bill McGuire, three Frisbee champions and three young high divers who perform a high diving exhibition. Highlights: Carol & Robert sing, "If". Mike sings, "I Can See Clearly Now".moreless
  • January 14, 1975
    January 14, 1975
    Episode 87
    1/14/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are TV commercial star Mason Reese, comic Milt Kamen and Norm and Marilyn Krause, Bill Martin and his Giant Tortoises and Oscar's performing elephants. Also a large-scale example of sand-castle architecture. Highlights: Robert does a medley of songs from Camelot and sings, "Good Things In Life". Mike sings, "Moon Over Miami".moreless
  • Week of January 13, 1975
    1/13/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Robert Goulet; guests are Burlesque queen Annabella Battistella aka Fanne Fox, The Golddiggers, aerialists The Flying Farias and the Nilozons Blowguns with a blowgun demonstration. Highlights: Robert sings, "On the Sunny Side of the Street". Mike sings, "Sunny".
  • January 10, 1975
    January 10, 1975
    Episode 85
    1/10/75
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, John Davidson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Art Carney, comedian David Brenner, Barbara Fink, Bob McCord, Jim Bede and a discussion of unusual water-skiing equipment. Highlights: Mike sings, "On a Wonderful Day Like Today".
  • January 9, 1975
    January 9, 1975
    Episode 84
    1/9/75
    0.0
    From Miami, John Davidson co-hosts; guests are Baseball great Reggie Jackson, comic Rip Taylor, singer Lee Horwin, aerialists The Great Wallendas and the inventer of a pitching machine. Highlights: Mike sings, "Summer Wind". John and Mike sing, "Beyond the Sea".
  • January 8, 1975
    January 8, 1975
    Episode 83
    1/8/75
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, John Davidson co-hosts; guests are The Lettermen, CBS Sportscaster Jane Chastain, former Playboy bunny singer-actress Barbi Benton, comics Dick Shawn & Ron Carey, and from the Miami Dolphins players Jim Kiick, Bill Stanfill, Manny Fernandez, Paul Warfield, Jim Mandich, and Doug Swift. Also: The University of Miami women's swimming team. Highlights: Mike sings, "Let Me Be There".moreless
  • January 7, 1975
    January 7, 1975
    Episode 82
    1/7/75
    0.0
    From Miami, John Davidson co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Chamberlain, comedians Arte Johnson, Dick Shawn and Ron Carey, CBS sportscaster Jane Chastain, singing group The Rhodes Kids, Russian trampolinists Svetlana Levina and Alexandr Volynkin and The University of Miami, Women's Intercollegiate volleyball team and a toy buyer are the guests. Highlights: The Rhodes Kids sing, "Land of a Thousand Dances".
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  • Week of January 6, 1975
    1/6/75
    0.0
    From Miami, Mike's co-host this week is singer John Davidson (Week of 06Jan75-10Jan75); guests are comic Professor Irwin Corey, Martha Mitchell, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods, Rear Admiral Emmett H. Tidd, Commander of U.S. Navy Recruiting Command, US Navy Parachute Team and Serpentarium owners Bill and Clarita Haast. Highlights: John sings, "I Believe In Music".moreless
  • January 3, 1975
    January 3, 1975
    Episode 80
    1/3/75
    0.0
    Peter Falk concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Sarah Vaughan, pianist George Shearing, M*A*S*H actor Jamie Farr and TV newsman Dan Rather. Highlights: Sarah sings, "Everything Must Change".
  • January 2, 1975
    January 2, 1975
    Episode 79
    1/2/75
    9.0
    Peter Falk co-hosts; guests are actors Ryan O'Neal and Richard Dreyfuss, singer Vic Damone, boxing champ Joe Frazier, Welterweight boxer Hedgemon Lewis and rock star Alice Cooper. Highlights: Vic sings, "For the Good Times".
  • January 1, 1975
    January 1, 1975
    Episode 78
    1/1/75
    0.0
    Peter Falk co-hosts; guests are Maude actress Adrienne Barbeau, actor-singer Jimmy Dean, TV director for CBS sports Tony Verna and Dr. Joel Fort.
  • December 31, 1974
    December 31, 1974
    Episode 77
    12/31/74
    0.0
    Peter Falk co-hosts; guests are singer Jose Feliciano, comedian Pat Henry, Magician Norm Neilsen and Vincent Bugliosi co-author of "Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders". Highlights: Jose sings, "Golden Lady" and the theme from Chico and the Man.
  • Week of December 30, 1974
    12/30/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Peter Falk (Week of 30Dec74-03Jan75); guests are actor John Cassavetes and his wife actress Gena Rowlands, actor James Coco and actress Raquel Welch stars of the new movie The Wild Party, fashion designer Ron Talsky, Lady Charles-Spencer Churchill and a fashion show.
  • December 27, 1974
    December 27, 1974
    Episode 75
    12/27/74
    0.0
    Joel Grey concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson, singer Sergio Franchi, Andrea Behadur and Galina & Valery Panov.
  • December 26, 1974
    December 26, 1974
    Episode 74
    12/26/74
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are actors Alan Arkin and George Raft, choreographer Edward Villella, Broadway dancer Ann Reinking, photojournalist David Douglas Duncan and Larry Grossman.
  • December 25, 1974
    December 25, 1974
    Episode 73
    12/25/74
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Ustinov, baseball great Hank Aaron, Sen. Thomas Eagleton (D-Mo.) and his wife. Highlights: Joel and Mike sing a medley that includes "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and "Give My Regards to Broadway."
  • December 24, 1974
    December 24, 1974
    Episode 72
    12/24/74
    0.0
    Joel Grey co-hosts; guests are comedian David Brenner, actress Noel Neill, who played Lois Lane in TV's Superman series, singer-actress Sylvia Syms, actress Dorothy Paxton, Broadway producer Hal Prince and cast members Mark Baker, Maureen Brennan, Mary-Pat Green of the Broadway play Candide. Highlights: Sylvia sings "The Best Is Yet to Come."moreless
  • Week of December 23, 1974
    12/23/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer-actor Joel Grey (Week of 23Dec74-27Dec74); guests are actor Lloyd Bridges, composer Marvin Hamlisch, singer Sandy Stewart, trainer John Baker & Fury the cat, The Miracles, Alex Morrisey and a discussion of migrant workers with New Jersey state representative Bryon Baer (D) and migrant worker Miguel Sanchez. Highlights: Joel sings "Keep the Customer Satisfied."moreless
  • December 6, 1974
    December 6, 1974
    Episode 70
    12/6/74
    0.0
    Freddie Prinze concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Lou Rawls, actor John David Carson, comedian David Brenner and Princess Lee Radziwill, sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
  • December 5, 1974
    December 5, 1974
    Episode 69
    12/5/74
    0.0
    Freddie Prinze co-hosts; guests are actor George Kennedy, singer Olivia Newton-John, Jazz singer Joe Williams, Jazz bassist Al Hall, comic Alan Bursky, author Barbara Howar and E. Howard Hunt spymaster and the ultimate keeper of secrets.
  • December 4, 1974
    December 4, 1974
    Episode 68
    12/4/74
    0.0
    Freddie Prinze co-hosts; guests are producer James Komack, creator of TV's Chico and the Man, singer Bobby Vinton, Good Times star Jimmie Walker, TV commercial personality Mason Reese and The Air Force Band.
  • December 3, 1974
    December 3, 1974
    Episode 67
    12/3/74
    0.0
    Freddie Prinze co-hosts; guests are comedian George Kirby, actor Anthony Perkins and his wife actress Berry Berenson, Jazz drummer Buddy Rich, Bobby & Tina Allende and Zeeba, a male belly-dancer. Hendricks, Getz, Thompson & Rich perform.
  • Week of December 2, 1974
    12/2/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Freddie Prinze (Week of 02Dec74-06Dec74); guests are star of Columbo actor Peter Falk, M*A*S*H actress Loretta Swit, singer-actor Clifton Davis, comedian Sandy Baron and Freddie's parents Mary & Karl Prinze.
  • November 29, 1974
    November 29, 1974
    Episode 65
    11/29/74
    0.0
    Richard Pryor concludes his co-hosting duties, guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., gymnasts Olga Korbut and Cathy Rigby, actor Charles McGregor and Richard's grandmother Marie C. Bryan.
  • November 28, 1974
    November 28, 1974
    Episode 64
    11/28/74
    0.0
    Richard Pryor co-hosts; guests are Chico and the Man star Freddie Prinze, composer Michel LeGrand, dancer-singer-actor Ben Vereen, and author Gore Vidal. Also a "Pounding Massage" demonstration by Gigi.
  • November 27, 1974
    November 27, 1974
    Episode 63
    11/27/74
    0.0
    Richard Pryor co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Joe Frazier, rock star Sly Stone, soul group Mighty Clouds of Joy, dancer Fanne Fox and TV announcer George Fenneman. George Fenneman brings out-takes from You Bet Your Life.
  • November 26, 1974
    November 26, 1974
    Episode 62
    11/26/74
    0.0

    Richard Pryor co-hosts; guests are actress Sally Kellerman, singer-actor Harry Belafonte, Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America, actor George C. Scott, actress Trish Van DeVere, Electric Light Orchestra and Burlesque queen Annibella Battistella aka Fanne Fox.

    Highlights:
    The Electric Light Orchestra performed "Poor Boy" and "Can't Get It Out of My Head."

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  • Week of November 25, 1974
    11/25/74
    0.0
    Richard Pryor is Mike's co-host this week; guests include comedian Milton Berle, actor George C. Scott and his wife actress Trish Van DeVere, Juliet Whittaker (Richard's Drama Teacher form High School) and Tuffy Truesdale with Victor the Wrestling Bear.
  • November 22, 1974
    November 22, 1974
    Episode 60
    11/22/74
    0.0
    Dennis James Game Show Host of Name That Tune co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, actor James Coco, singer-dancer Bobby Van and his wife actress-comedienne Elaine Joyce.
  • November 21, 1974
    November 21, 1974
    Episode 59
    11/21/74
    0.0
    Art Fleming Game Show Host of Jeopardy! co-hosts; guests are comedian Arte Johnson, comedienne Anne Meara, film critic Rex Reed and singer Janis Ian.
  • November 20, 1974
    November 20, 1974
    Episode 58
    11/20/74
    0.0
    Peter Marshall Game Show Host of Hollywood Squares co-hosts; guests are comedian Dick Shawn, singer Jerry Vale, Peter Marshall's son and baseball player Pete la Cock, singer-composer Dory Previn, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and comedian Cliff Arquette's alter ego Charley Weaver.
  • November 19, 1974
    November 19, 1974
    Episode 57
    11/19/74
    0.0
    Bob Eubanks Game Show Host of The Newlywed Game co-hosts; guests are comedian Ron Carey and his wife Sharon, dance experts Arthur Murray and his wife Kathryn, Baseball player Larry Bowa and his wife Sheena and Country singer Barbara Mandrell.
  • Week of November 18, 1974
    11/18/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are TV Game Show Hosts. Gene Rayburn Game Show Host of Match Game co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Dawson, singer Julie DeJohn, actress Brett Sommers and the Ebony Fashion Fair.
  • November 15, 1974
    November 15, 1974
    Episode 55
    11/15/74
    0.0
    William Masters and Virginia Johnson co-host, guests are actress Susan Strasberg, actress Patty Duke and her husband actor John Astin, actor Bill Mooney of All My Children and his wife Valorie.
  • November 14, 1974
    November 14, 1974
    Episode 54
    11/14/74
    0.0
    William Masters and Virginia Johnson co-host; guests are actress Patty Duke and her husband actor John Astin, actor Eli Wallach and his wife actress Anne Jackson and actress Susan Strasberg.
  • November 13, 1974
    November 13, 1974
    Episode 53
    11/13/74
    0.0
    The Hudson Brothers co-host; guests are actor-comedian Danny Thomas, actress Susannah York and Senator Charles Percy (R-Ill).
  • November 12, 1974
    November 12, 1974
    Episode 52
    11/12/74
    0.0
    The Hudson Brothers co-host; guests are Chucky Margolis the 5-year-old alter-ego of two of the Hudson Brothers, actor-dancer Bobby Van and his wife comedienne Elaine Joyce, singer Minnie Riperton, Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass), Randy Brown and Jerald ter Horst with a paddle ball demonstration.
  • Week of November 11, 1974
    11/11/74
    0.0
    The Hudson Brothers co-host; guests include actor Fred Williamson, Scott Fisher, Jazz singer Cleo Laine and her husband jazz musician John Dankworth and Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass). Also a Wrist-wrestling demonstration.
  • November 8, 1974
    November 8, 1974
    Episode 50
    11/8/74
    0.0
    Cicely Tyson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Paul Winfield, singer Frankie Laine, humorist Art Buchwald, singing group Labelle, Jacqueline Verrell and the Dance Theatre of Harlem.
  • November 7, 1974
    November 7, 1974
    Episode 49
    11/7/74
    10
    Cicely Tyson co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, model Lauren Hutton, poet-activist-author Nikki Giovanni, fashion designer Scott Barrie, Tony Soda Jr. and the Manhattan Transfer.
  • November 6, 1974
    November 6, 1974
    Episode 48
    11/6/74
    0.0
    Cicely Tyson co-hosts; guests are singer Charles Aznavour, comedian Dick Shawn, actor Dorian Harewood, actress Joyce Van Patten, comic-actor Sandy Baron and Lawrence LeShan, psychologist and author of "How to Meditate".
  • November 5, 1974
    November 5, 1974
    Episode 47
    11/5/74
    0.0
    Cicely Tyson co-hosts; guests are actress Elizabeth Ashley, actor Keir Dullea, make-up specialist Stan Winston, pianist-composer Pearl Williams, lawyer F. Lee Bailey, Susan Anderson Jr. and Mary Keele.
  • Week of November 4, 1974
    11/4/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Cicely Tyson (Week of 04Nov74-08Nov74); guests are singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, TV personality Henry Morgan, musician Pat Nicholson, US congresswoman Bella Abzug, Frederick Storaska "How to Say No to a Rapist ... and Survive" and Dr. Nassera Omar. Highlights: Harry performs "I Wanna Learn a Love Song" and "Cat's in the Cradle".moreless
  • November 1, 1974
    November 1, 1974
    Episode 45
    11/1/74
    0.0
    From Moscow, Jim McKay concludes his co-hosting from Philadelphia and Joseph Adamov concludes co-hosting from Moscow; guests are Russian dancers, TV game show host Peter Marshall, Ann Darbyshire, Philadelphia Balalaika Orchestra, Ivan Kogevnickov, Sandra Fraser and film historian Mert Koplin.
  • October 31, 1974
    October 31, 1974
    Episode 44
    10/31/74
    0.0
    From Moscow, Jim McKay is the Philadelphia co-host and Joseph Adamov is the Moscow co-host; guests are Fred Shero, The Merry Seven, Chuck Clift, St. Tikhon Choir and film historian Mert Koplin.
  • October 30, 1974
    October 30, 1974
    Episode 43
    10/30/74
    0.0
    From Moscow, Jim McKay is the Philadelphia co-host and Joseph Adamov is the Moscow co-host; guests are the Klinka Dancers, Eugene Fodor, Vassily Alexev, Sash Vereschagin and film historian Mert Koplin.
  • October 29, 1974
    October 29, 1974
    Episode 42
    10/29/74
    0.0
    From Moscow, Jim McKay is the Philadelphia co-host and Joseph Adamov is the Moscow co-host; guests are Galina Ouletova, Skee Furemski, Mary Gardner, Ruth Dayan, Popov the Clown aka Popi, gymnast Olga Korbut and film historians Mert Koplin & Charles Grinker.
  • Week of October 28, 1974
    10/28/74
    0.0
    From Moscow, Mike's co-hosts are Jim McKay, (Philadelphia co-host) and Joseph Adamov (Moscow co-host). Guests are Milt Redo, Hal Meyers, Ivan Scurglekov and film historian Mert Koplin.
  • October 25, 1974
    October 25, 1974
    Episode 40
    10/25/74
    0.0
    Paul Williams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Anne Murray, mime Marcel Marceau, actress Sylvia Miles, The Stylistics and author Terese Lasser.
  • October 24, 1974
    October 24, 1974
    Episode 39
    10/24/74
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-hosts; guests are the singing duo of Sandler and Young, baseball star Willie Mays, pop group ABBA, Paul's co-star in Phantom of Paradise actress Jessica Harper, author Ann Morton and former US military analyst Daniel Ellsberg known as the Most Dangerous Man in America.
  • January 8, 1975
    January 8, 1975
    Episode 38
    1/8/75
    0.0
    From Miami, John Davidson co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Barbi Benton, comedians Dick Shawn and Ron Carey, CBS sportscaster Jane Chastain, The Lettermen and Jim Kiick, Bill Stanfill, Manny Fernandez, Paul Warfield, Jim Mandich, and Doug Swift of the Miami Dolphins. Also, The University of Miami women's swimming team. Highlights: Mike sings, "Let Me Be There".moreless
  • October 23, 1974
    October 23, 1974
    Episode 38
    10/23/74
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Beverly Sills, actor Peter Lawford, writer Ken Samples, Professor Peter Schickete and Dr. Stephen Plagesian.
  • October 22, 1974
    October 22, 1974
    Episode 37
    10/22/74
    0.0
    Paul Williams co-host; guests are entertainer Tiny Tim, actor Richard Dreyfuss, comedienne Selma Diamond and Dr. Alex Comfort.
  • Week of October 21, 1974
    10/21/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Paul Williams (Week of 21Oct74-25Oct74); guests are actor Art Carney, singer Charles Aznavour, Dr. C. Everett Koop, Farida Rodriquez and Mrs. Diana Zienmock.
  • October 18, 1974
    October 18, 1974
    Episode 35
    10/18/74
    0.0
    Julie Nixon Eisenhower concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are her husband David Eisenhower, TV personality Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows, singer Kelly Garrett, TV newsman Edwin Newman, singing group Labelle and a psychologist.
  • October 17, 1974
    October 17, 1974
    Episode 34
    10/17/74
    0.0
    Julie Nixon Eisenhower co-hosts; guests are actor Patrick Wayne, Baseball great Leo Durocher, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and Ellen Zawel President of the National Consumers Congress. Also a discussion of inflation.
  • October 16, 1974
    October 16, 1974
    Episode 33
    10/16/74
    0.0
    Julie Nixon Eisenhower co-hosts; guests are Charlton Heston, comedian David Brenner, singer-actor Frankie Avalon, singer Fabian and Jimmy the Greek a professional odds-maker.
  • October 15, 1974
    October 15, 1974
    Episode 32
    10/15/74
    0.0
    Julie Nixon Eisenhower co-hosts; guests are actor Charlton Heston, singer Morgana King, futurist Herman Kahn, comedian Gabriel Kaplan, The Hudson Brothers, actress Eileen Letchworth and The Clementis.
  • Week of October 14, 1974
    10/14/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Julie Nixon Eisenhower (Week of 14Oct74-18Oct74); guests are journalist-author William F. Buckley, singer-actor Robert Goulet, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, comic Pat Henry and The Manhattan Transfer.
  • October 11, 1974
    October 11, 1974
    Episode 30
    10/11/74
    0.0
    Victor Borge concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Peter Lawford, Broadway performer Janie Sell of Over Here, comic Louis Nye, graphologist Robert Wasserman and the All-Philadelphia Boys Choir.
  • October 10, 1974
    October 10, 1974
    Episode 29
    10/10/74
    0.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts; guests are actress Linda Blair, singer Vonda Van Dyke, musician Frank Cooper and Bagpipe and drum group The Cameron Highlanders.
  • October 9, 1974
    October 9, 1974
    Episode 28
    10/9/74
    0.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts, guests are sportscasters Howard Cosell, Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, TV personality Virginia Graham and Pianist Sahan Arzruni.
  • October 8, 1974
    October 8, 1974
    Episode 27
    10/8/74
    0.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts; guests are actresses Shelley Winters and Yvette Mimieux, singer Frank Sinatra Jr., songstress Marilyn Mulvey, TV producer Stuart Allen, aerospace engineer Robert Truax with a discussion of Evel Knievel's attempted Snake River Canyon jump.
  • Week of October 7, 1974
    10/7/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is pianist Victor Borge (Week of 07Oct74-11Oct74); guests are actress-singer Barbara McNair, actor Will Geer, comedian Marty Allen, songstress Marilyn Mulvey, naturalist Roger Caras and The Wheelmen.
  • October 4, 1974
    October 4, 1974
    Episode 25
    10/4/74
    0.0
    Jill Kinmont concludes her week long co-hosting duties, guests are actor Vincent Gardenia, comic actor Richard Dawson, singer Syreeta and members of Jill's family who discuss learning disabilities.
  • October 3, 1974
    October 3, 1974
    Episode 24
    10/3/74
    0.0
    Jill Kinmont co-hosts; guests are actor Eli Wallach and his wife actress Anne Jackson, singer Al Wilson, comedian-actor Gabriel Kaplan and Dr. George Bach.
  • October 2, 1974
    October 2, 1974
    Episode 23
    10/2/74
    0.0
    Jill Kinmont co-hosts; guests are Tennis champ Bobby Riggs, Country singer Donna Fargo, comedian David Brenner, Mathew Singer and former Deputy Special Assistant to the President Bruce Herschensohn.
  • October 1, 1974
    October 1, 1974
    Episode 22
    10/1/74
    0.0
    Jill Kinmont co-hosts; guests are actors Gregory Peck, Roger Moore and Beau Bridges, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods and Audra Jo and Lee Baumgarth.
  • Week of September 30, 1974
    9/30/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Jill Kinmont (Week of 30Sep74-04Oct74); guests are TV personality Dick Cavett, Pippin star actor-singer-dancer Ben Vereen, Baseball player Lou Brock and Parapsychologist Judy Skutch.
  • September 27, 1974
    September 27, 1974
    Episode 20
    9/27/74
    0.0
    Roger Moore concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Liv Ullmann, singer Pearl Bailey and former tennis champ Althea Gibson. Also a filmed interview with Rose Kennedy.
  • September 26, 1974
    September 26, 1974
    Episode 19
    9/26/74
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are jazz drummer Buddy Rich, actor-singer Clifton James, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and 1974 Miss America Shirley Cothran.
  • September 25, 1974
    September 25, 1974
    Episode 18
    9/25/74
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are actor Ray Milland, actress-singer Stephanie Mills, photographer Ron Galella and Malcolm Bricklin.
  • September 24, 1974
    September 24, 1974
    Episode 17
    9/24/74
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are actor Gregory Peck, actress Maureen Stapleton, bandleader Lawrence Welk, comedian Ron Carey and Locomotiv G.T.
  • Week of September 23 1974
    9/23/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Roger Moore (Week of 23Sep74-27Sep74); guests are Jazz artist Maynard Ferguson, comedian Milt Kamen, Basketball star Bill Russell and exercise expert Debbie Drake.
  • September 20, 1974
    September 20, 1974
    Episode 15
    9/20/74
    0.0
    Donny and Marie Osmond conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actor James Earl Jones, singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen and former astronaut Frank Borman.
  • September 19, 1974
    September 19, 1974
    Episode 14
    9/19/74
    0.0
    Donny and Marie Osmond co-host; guests include The Three Stooges Moe Howard, actor Jon Voight, Bonanza's Lorne Greene, singer-songwriter Chip Taylor and Scientist Professor Julius Sumner Miller (a close friend and colleague of Einstein's).
  • September 18, 1974
    September 18, 1974
    Episode 13
    9/18/74
    0.0
    Donny and Marie Osmond co-host; guests are comedian-actor Ken Berry, Environmentalist Barry Commoner and The Hudson Brothers.
  • September 17, 1974
    September 17, 1974
    Episode 12
    9/17/74
    0.0
    Donny and Marie Osmond co-host; guests are actor Christopher Connelly, Former Deputy Special assistant to the President Bruce Herschensohn, "Planet of the Apes" makeup artist Dan Striepeke, Chimp Marvin the Magnificent and his trainer Bill Hampton and The Lettermen.
  • Week of September 16, 1974
    9/16/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week are Donny and Marie Osmond (Week of 16Sep74-20Sep74); guests are comedian George Kirby and TV game show host Jim Lange.
  • September 13, 1974
    September 13, 1974
    Episode 10
    9/13/74
    0.0
    Loretta Lynn concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Alan Sues, Country singer Kenny Starr, columnist Rona Barrett, Morton Hunt author of "Sexual Behavior in the 1970s and singing duo Seals and Crofts.
  • September 12, 1974
    September 12, 1974
    Episode 9
    9/12/74
    0.0
    Loretta Lynn co-hosts; guests are Art Carney, impressionist-singer Marilyn Michaels, counselor to the President Anne Armstrong and The Spinners.
  • September 11, 1974
    September 11, 1974
    Episode 8
    9/11/74
    0.0
    Loretta Lynn co-hosts; guests are opera singer Roberta Peters, actor Wayne Rogers, TV critic Cleveland Amory, Wimbledon champ Jimmy Connors and Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass.
  • September 10, 1974
    September 10, 1974
    Episode 7
    9/10/74
    0.0
    Loretta Lynn co-hosts; guests are comedian Flip Wilson, singer Kenny Rogers, comic Lonnie Shorr and psychic Kenny Kingston.
  • Week of September 9, 1974
    9/9/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Country singer Loretta Lynn (Week of 09Sep74-13Sep74); guests are entertainer Carol Channing, Country singer Conway Twitty, comedy team of Tom and Dick Smothers, author George Vecsey, who's writing an autobiography on Loretta and an Appalachian coal miner.
  • September 6, 1974
    September 6, 1974
    Episode 5
    9/6/74
    0.0
    The Pointer Sisters conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, singer John Davidson, activist Angela Davis and author Sidney Sheldon.
  • September 5, 1974
    September 5, 1974
    Episode 4
    9/5/74
    0.0
    The Pointer Sisters co-host; guests are the Happy Days cast, actors Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Anson Williams and Donny Most, author Randall Schwartz and Sarah & Elton Pointer parents of The Pointer Sisters.
  • September 4, 1974
    September 4, 1974
    Episode 3
    9/4/74
    0.0
    The Pointer Sisters co-host; guests are boxing champ Muhammad Ali, actress Loretta Swit, The Hudson Brothers and high wire artist Phillipe Petit.
  • September 3, 1974
    September 3, 1974
    Episode 2
    9/3/74
    0.0
    The Pointer Sisters co-host; guests are actress Marlo Thomas, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, actor Richard Dawson, fur trapper Bill Mackowski, animal pathologist Ward B. Stone and a Fur Fashion show.
  • Week of September 2, 1974
    9/2/74
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are The Pointer Sisters (Week of 02Sep74-06Sep74); guests are comedian Sammy Shore, actress Ruth Gordon, The Staple Singers and caped crusader Captain Sticky.
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