The Mike Douglas Show - Season 14

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Episode Guide

  • September 3, 1976
    September 3, 1976
    Episode 240
    9/3/76
    0.0
    John Byner concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Cliff Robertson, singer-songwriter T.G. Sheppard, Country performer Bobby Winters, The Mighty Clouds of Joy and naturalist Roger Caras.
  • September 2, 1976
    September 2, 1976
    Episode 239
    9/2/76
    0.0
    John Byner co-hosts; guests are tenor Sergio Franchi, singer Teresa Brewer, singer Vicki Sue Robinson, child psychologist Dr. Lee Salk and the Argentinian Gauchos an Argentinian novelty act with bola tricks. Highlights: Sergio sings "I Only Have Eyes for You". Vicki sings "Wonderland of Love".
  • September 1, 1976
    September 1, 1976
    Episode 238
    9/1/76
    0.0
    John Byner co-hosts; guests are actor Tony Randall, TV personality George Jessel, R&B singer Dorothy Moore, comedian Pat Cooper, comic Stan Kann and singer Tom Sullivan. Highlights: Dorothy Moore sings "Misty Blue".
  • August 31, 1976
    August 31, 1976
    Episode 237
    8/31/76
    0.0
    John Byner co-hosts; guests are actor Arthur Hill, singer Mel Tillis, comedian Lonnie Shorr, The Manhattans and author Dian Thomas. Highlights: The Manhattans perform "Kiss and Say Goodbye".
  • Week of August 30, 1976
    8/30/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian John Byner (Week of 30Aug76-03Sep76); guests are actor Robert Conrad, comedienne Phyllis Diller, singer George Benson, musician Maynard Ferguson, magician Mercer Helms and an 11-year-old gymnast.
  • August 27, 1976
    August 27, 1976
    Episode 235
    8/27/76
    0.0
    C.W. McCall co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, comedienne Dody Goodman, pianist Lorin Hollander, John Walker and Ann Strobel. Highlights: C.W. McCall sings "Convoy".
  • August 26, 1976
    August 26, 1976
    Episode 234
    8/26/76
    0.0
    Janis Ian co-hosts; guests are actor Mike Connors, singer Ronnie Prophet, Russian Folk Dancers, The Georgian State Dance Co., Dr. Robert Myers and a tribute to songwriter Johnny Mercer.
  • August 25, 1976
    August 25, 1976
    Episode 233
    8/25/76
    0.0
    Seals and Crofts co-host; guests are actors Ron Howard and Michael York, England Dan and John Ford Coley, comedian Jay Leno and Dr. Dan Jordan.
  • August 24, 1976
    August 24, 1976
    Episode 232
    8/24/76
    0.0
    Keith Carradine co-hosts; guests are actor Lee Marvin, Blood, Sweat & Tears, singer-actress Michelle Phillips and comedy puppet act Wayland Flowers and Madam.
  • Week of August 23, 1976
    8/23/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is singer Natalie Cole; guests are actor Billy Dee Williams, comedian Tom Dreesen, cooking show host LaDeva Davis and acrobat act Gerod & Moby. Highlights: Mike sings "Route 66". Natalie performs "Sophisticated Lady" and "Mr. Melody". Mike and Natalie do a musical tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, including "A-Tisket A-Tasket."moreless
  • August 13, 1976
    August 13, 1976
    Episode 230
    8/13/76
    0.0
    Danny Thomas concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor John Wayne, singer Diana Trask, actor Jack Weston, actress Marge Redmond, rodeo champion Larry Mahan and stunt rider J.W. Stoker.
  • August 12, 1976
    August 12, 1976
    Episode 229
    8/12/76
    0.0
    Danny Thomas co-hosts; guests are actor Beau Bridges, actress Dena Dietrich, singers Billy Davis and Marilyn McCoo and makeup artist George Masters.
  • August 11, 1976
    August 11, 1976
    Episode 228
    8/11/76
    0.0
    Danny Thomas co-hosts; guests are comedian Alan King, TV commercial star Mason Reese, actor Jamie Farr, Good Housekeeping magazine editor John Mack Carter and TV cooking show hostess LaDeva Davis.
  • August 10, 1976
    August 10, 1976
    Episode 227
    8/10/76
    0.0
    Danny Thomas co-hosts; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., actor Hans Conried, singer-actor James Darren, singing group The Stylistics and Dr. Joseph Simone.
  • Week of August 9, 1976
    8/9/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Danny Thomas (Week of 09Aug76-13Aug76); guests are singer Petula Clark, singer-songwriter Billy Joel, basketball player George McGinnis and Sportswriter-commentator Heywood Hale Broun. Highlights: Petula sings "Your Song" and "Smokey Old Town".
  • July 30, 1976
    July 30, 1976
    Episode 225
    7/30/76
    7.5
    David Brenner co-hosts; guests are actor Mike Connors, R&B group Tavares, singer Andrea True, entertainer Tiny Tim, Bill and Laura Lynch, columnist Jim Bacon and Captain Rollerball.
  • July 29, 1976
    July 29, 1976
    Episode 224
    7/29/76
    0.0
    David Brenner co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, comedian Kip Addotta, hairstylist Vidal Sassoon and his wife actress Beverly Sassoon, fasion designer Donna Rae and funk group Brass Construction.
  • July 28, 1976
    July 28, 1976
    Episode 223
    7/28/76
    0.0
    Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Stack, actress Judith Lowry, KC and the Sunshine Band and Philadelphia chef Inez Gaetano who prepares fettuccine. Highlights: KC and the Sunshine Band sing "That's the Way (I Like It)". Mike sings "Morning After."
  • July 27, 1976
    July 27, 1976
    Episode 222
    7/27/76
    0.0
    Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are director and cast of Harry and Walter Go to New York, actors James Caan, Michael Caine, Elliott Gould, Diane Keaton and director Mark Rydell, film critic Rex Reed, singer Buddy Greco, singing duo Pratt and McClain and comedian Hank Garcia.
  • Week of July 26, 1976
    Week of July 26, 1976
    Episode 221
    7/26/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is comedian Pat Cooper; guests are singer Jerry Vale, comedian Foster Brooks, fitness expert Debbie Drake, sportscaster-author Jim Bouton and Pat's wife and daughter.
  • July 23, 1976
    July 23, 1976
    Episode 220
    7/23/76
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Vic Damone, actor Charlton Heston, impressionist Fred Travalena, actor Kevin Dobson, Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo, The Fralinger String Band and Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes.
  • July 22, 1976
    July 22, 1976
    Episode 219
    7/22/76
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are singer Johnny Mathis, Ben Franklin, The Oak Ridge Boys, fashion director Yvonne Burbage, acrobats The Canestrellis and The 4th Continental Dragoons.
  • July 21, 1976
    July 21, 1976
    Episode 218
    7/21/76
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are The Hudson Brothers, boxer Joe Frazier, N.Y. Giants football player Larry Czonka, The Old Guard United Army Drill Team, singing group The Shirelles, Phila 76 Fife & Drum Corps and juggling act The Villiams.
  • July 20, 1976
    July 20, 1976
    Episode 217
    7/20/76
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are criminal attorney F. Lee Bailey, rock group Joe Frank and Reynolds and singer Lou Rawls.
  • Week of July 19, 1976
    Week of July 19, 1976
    Episode 216
    7/19/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer Joey Heatherton (Week of 19Jul76-23Jul76); guests are actress Elsa Lanchester, actor Bill Macy, The Staple Singers, Chicago Cubs outfielder Rick Monday and Sam Butera and The Witnesses.
  • July 9, 1976
    July 9, 1976
    Episode 215
    7/9/76
    0.0
    Mike salutes the Songwriters with co-host Marvin Hamlisch; guests are songwriter Bernie Taupin, musician-songwriter Tom T. Hall and singer-songwriter Isaac Hayes.
  • July 8, 1976
    July 8, 1976
    Episode 214
    7/8/76
    0.0
    Mike salutes the Magicians with co-host Mark Wilson; guests are illusionist Greg Wilson, The Great Tomasini, magicians Harry Blackstone Jr. and George Schindler and the magic act of Tom & Sherry.
  • July 7, 1976
    July 7, 1976
    Episode 213
    7/7/76
    0.0
    Mike salutes the singers with co-host Tony Bennett; guests are Jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, folksinger Janis Ian, bandleader Harry James, Country singer Mel Tillis and Opera singer Joanna Simon. Highlights: Tony sings, "As Time Goes By". Sarah sings, "Day In, Day Out". Janis sings, "At Seventeen". Mel sings, "Love Revival". Joanna performs an aria from "Carmen".moreless
  • July 6, 1976
    July 6, 1976
    Episode 212
    7/6/76
    0.0
    Mike salutes the Comedians with co-host George Kirby; guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, comedian Henny Youngman, comic actor Hank Garcia, magician Don Alan, Emmett Kelly Jr. and improv singer Steve DePass.
  • Week of July 5, 1976
    Week of July 5, 1976
    Episode 211
    7/5/76
    0.0
    Mike salutes the Dancers. Today's co-host is Joey Heatherton; guests are choreographers Peter Gennaro and Liza Gennaro, The Rockettes, ballet dancers Edward Villella and Anna Arango. Spanish dancers Jose Greco and Nana Lorca, Ja & Helena Howard.
  • July 2, 1976
    July 2, 1976
    Episode 210
    7/2/76
    0.0
    Chad Everett concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Keith Carradine, comedian Corbett Monica, fashion designer Oleg Cassini, tennis pro Pancho Gonzales and Mel Irwin.
  • July 1, 1976
    July 1, 1976
    Episode 209
    7/1/76
    0.0
    Chad Everett co-hosts; guests are Danny Thomas, actor James Earl Jones, comedian Rich Little, singer Julie Budd, Arthur and Hurley.
  • June 30, 1976
    June 30, 1976
    Episode 208
    6/30/76
    0.0
    Chad Everett co-hosts; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Anthony Newley, musician Ian Anderson and Joy Belle Squibb.
  • June 29, 1976
    June 29, 1976
    Episode 207
    6/29/76
    0.0
    Chad Everett co-hosts; guests are actor Hugh O'Brian, boxing great Rocky Graziano, the Lettermen, musician Stan Getz and TV wildlife-show host Marlin Perkins. Highlights: Mike sings "I Wish You Love". The Lettermen perform "More". Stan Getz on the saxophone performs "Waters of March."
  • Week of June 28, 1976
    Week of June 28, 1976
    Episode 206
    6/28/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Chad Everett (Week of 28Jun76-02Jul76); guests are actor Fernando Lamas, actress Susan Blakely, The 5th Dimension, feminist-author Betty Friedan, comedian Tom Dreesen and musician Tex Cramdon.
  • June 25, 1976
    June 25, 1976
    Episode 205
    6/25/76
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Billy Dee Williams, singer Freda Payne, Country singer C.W. McCall and John Ehrlichman author of "The Company" and former Assistant to President Nixon and key figure in the events leading up to the Watergate break-in and conspiracy. Highlights: Mike sings "Ease On down the Road". Sergio sings "Let Me Try Again". C.W. McCall performs "Convoy". Freda Payne sings "I Hear Rumors".moreless
  • June 24, 1976
    June 24, 1976
    Episode 204
    6/24/76
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer Joey Heatherton, pianist Peter Nero, comedienne Phyllis Diller, comic Stan Kann, Russian actress Victoria Fyodorova, Zoya Fyodorova Russian film star and mother of Victoria and Victoria's husband Fred Pouy. Highlights: Sergio sings "No Ti Scordar Di Me". Joey performs "Feelings". Mike and Peter duet with "Summer of '42".moreless
  • June 23, 1976
    June 23, 1976
    Episode 203
    6/23/76
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are actor Vincent Price and his wife Coral Browne, actor Roddy McDowall, The Lettermen, comedian Lonnie Shorr and author Richard Ryan.
  • June 22, 1976
    June 22, 1976
    Episode 202
    6/22/76
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are Country singer Charley Pride, actress Maureen Stapleton, actor Charles Durning, Country vocal group Dave & Sugar, comedian Tom Dreesen and journalist Jim Bishop. Highlights: Dave & Sugar perform "I'm Gonna Love You".
  • Week of June 21, 1976
    Week of June 21, 1976
    Episode 201
    6/21/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Sergio Franchi (Week of 21Jun76-25Jun76); guests are actress Loretta Swit, comedian Pat Cooper, Sergio's sister singer Dana Valery, funk disco group BT Express formerly known as Brooklyn Trucking Express and Ralph Charell consumer advocate and author of "A Great New Way to Make Money". Highlights: Sergio sings "Never, Never, Never". B.T. Express perform "Can't Stop Groovin'". Dana sings "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?".moreless
  • June 18, 1976
    June 18, 1976
    Episode 200
    6/18/76
    0.0
    Hal Linden concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, actor Dick Wilson of the TV commercial "Don't Squeeze the Charmain", The Manhattans, Maureen Dean infamous Washington wife of former White House counsel John Dean, Gail Magruder author of "A Gift of Love" wife of Jeb Stuart of Watergate fame and Patty Colson wife of Charles Colson who was involved in the infamouse Watergate scandal.moreless
  • June 17, 1976
    June 17, 1976
    Episode 199
    6/17/76
    0.0
    Hal Linden co-hosts; guests are actor James Coco, singer Nancy Wilson, comedian Robert Klein, actor-singer Jimmy Dean, crime reporter Ben Bradlee, Charlene Maust and Manon the Cow.
  • June 16, 1976
    June 16, 1976
    Episode 198
    6/16/76
    0.0
    Hal Linden co-hosts; guests are Barney Miller cast actors Abe Vigoda and Max Gail, comedienne Jo Anne Worley, The Miracles, author Tom Tryon and Uni, Roy and Al from the TV commercial for Uniroyal tires.
  • June 15, 1976
    June 15, 1976
    Episode 197
    6/15/76
    0.0
    Hal Linden co-hosts; guests are comedian David Brenner, singer Loretta Lynn, Olympic track and field athlete Jesse Owens, Olympic gymnast Kim Chace, Olympic alternate Jodi Yocum, football player Rod Hill and author Ellen Warren.
  • Week of June 14, 1976
    Week of June 14, 1976
    Episode 196
    6/14/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Hal Linden (Week of 14Jun76-18Jun76); guests are actors Jerry Orbach and Ian Richardson, singer-dancers Chita Rivera and Gwen Verdon and cabaret entertainer Christine Andreas.
  • June 4, 1976
    June 4, 1976
    Episode 195
    6/4/76
    0.0
    Robert Goulet concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jon Voight, singer-comedienne Vicki Lawrence, TV producer Kermit Schafer, The Oak Ridge Boys and Dr. Robert Butler.
  • June 3, 1976
    June 3, 1976
    Episode 194
    6/3/76
    0.0
    Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are singer Ray Charles, actor Abe Vigoda, comedienne Brett Somers, Maybelle Segal author "Reflexology" and Dr. Rudi Unterthiner.
  • June 2, 1976
    June 2, 1976
    Episode 193
    6/2/76
    0.0
    Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are actor Tony Randall, author Sidney Sheldon, Prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, Tuffy Truesdale and Victor the Bear and makeup artist George Masters.
  • June 1, 1976
    June 1, 1976
    Episode 192
    6/1/76
    0.0
    Robert Goulet co-hosts; guests are actor Leslie Nielsen, singer Linda Hopkins, comedian David Frye, author Gail Parent and Zippy the Chimp
  • Week of May 31, 1976
    Week of May 31, 1976
    Episode 191
    5/31/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Robert Goulet (Week of 31May76-04Jun76); guests are actor Kirk Douglas, comedian David Brenner, comic actor Jimmie Walker, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and a Safari with naturalist Roger Caras.
  • May 28, 1976
    May 28, 1976
    Episode 190
    5/28/76
    0.0
    Roger Moore concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Henny Youngman, actress Rita Moreno, The Hudson Brothers, comedian Norm Crosby, singer Vivian Reed, fashion designer Jacques Bellini and Sheila Turner.
  • May 27, 1976
    May 27, 1976
    Episode 189
    5/27/76
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are actor Christopher Connelly, comedienne Judy Carter, The Sylvers, radio broadcaster Jim Hampton, E. Rotan Sargent, Valentine the Camel and trainer Frank Inn.
  • May 26, 1976
    May 26, 1976
    Episode 188
    5/26/76
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are actress Cindy Williams, singer Peter Frampton, actor Tony Randall, cricket player Paul Parker, Henry Parsons and The University of Maryland Girls Rugby team.
  • May 25, 1976
    May 25, 1976
    Episode 187
    5/25/76
    0.0
    Roger Moore co-hosts; guests are actress Lynn Redgrave, actor Donny Most, commercial jingle singing band Pratt and McClain, stand-up comedian Tom Dreesen and director George Cukor.
  • Week of May 24, 1976
    Week of May 24, 1976
    Episode 186
    5/24/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Roger Moore (Week of 24May76-28May76); guests are singer Melba Moore, actress Lee Grant, funny car race driver Bob Rosetti, composer Gian Carlo Menotti, Soprano Nancy Shade, singer Don Cornell and author Whitia Rosenthal.
  • May 21, 1976
    May 21, 1976
    Episode 185
    5/21/76
    0.0
    David Groh concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actors Howard Duff, Dana Andrews, Alan Manson and Monte Markham, entertainer Charo and Vietnamese MC Nguyen Cao Ky.
  • May 20, 1976
    May 20, 1976
    Episode 184
    5/20/76
    0.0
    David Groh co-hosts; guests are actress Ruth Gordon, comedian Robert Klein, singing group Labelle, Peter Benchley author of "The Deep" and Lem Jones author of "Home Hydroponics and How to Do It!". Highlights: Labelle performs "Gypsy Moss" and "Wake Up Everybody."
  • May 19, 1976
    May 19, 1976
    Episode 183
    5/19/76
    0.0
    David Groh co-hosts; guests are actors Jack Klugman, Cliff Robertson, Kevin Dobson and David Soul, Jim Croce's widow Ingrid Croce, rock promoter Don Kirshner, Mary White and Pierce R. Brooks former police officer turned author of "... officer down, code three".
  • May 18, 1976
    May 18, 1976
    Episode 182
    5/18/76
    0.0
    David Groh co-hosts; guests are comedian Louis Nye, boxing great Rocky Graziano, singer Freddy Fender, Dorothy Carbo author of "Fix-It Guide for Women", author James Burch and Mary White.
  • Week of May 17, 1976
    Week of May 17, 1976
    Episode 181
    5/17/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor David Groh (Week of 17May76-21May76); guests are actress Lynda Carter, singer-actor Frankie Avalon, Baseball players Johnny Bench and Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Dr. Dewey Caron.
  • May 14, 1976
    May 14, 1976
    Episode 180
    5/14/76
    0.0
    David Soul concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Mary Martin, Baroness Maria Von Trapp, singer Leslie Uggams and actor Kevin Dobson.
  • May 13, 1976
    May 13, 1976
    Episode 179
    5/13/76
    0.0
    David Soul co-hosts; guests are actress Shelley Winters, body-builder turned actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, actress Sally Field, actor Charles Picerni, guitarist Victor Paul, Taj Mahal and The War Babies.
  • May 12, 1976
    May 12, 1976
    Episode 178
    5/12/76
    0.0
    David Soul co-hosts; guests are singer Petula Clark, author Barbara Howar, columnist Bethine Church, Cornelia Wallace, First Lady of Alabama, activist LaDonna Harris, Ella Udall wife of Rep. Morris K. Udall (D-Ariz) and Helen Jackson. Highlights: Petula sings "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love", "You're My Destiny" and "What'll I Do". Petula & Mike sing "I'm Glad There Is You".moreless
  • May 11, 1976
    May 11, 1976
    Episode 177
    5/11/76
    0.0
    David Soul co-hosts; guests are actor Eddie Albert, comic Stan Kann, actress Lynne Marta, singer Maxine Nightingale, tenor Enzo Stuarti and Tom Orth.
  • Week of May 10, 1976
    Week of May 10, 1976
    Episode 176
    5/10/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor David Soul (Week of 10May76-14May76); guests are actors George Peppard and Hal Linden, The Supremes, comedian Pat Cooper and Tom Swenson & El Toro the Bucking Machine.
  • May 7, 1976
    May 7, 1976
    Episode 175
    5/7/76
    0.0
    Gabriel Kaplan concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV host David Frost, singer Al Green, actress Denise Darcel, memory expert David Markoff and Dr. Arthur Janov psychotherapist and creator of Primal therapy.
  • May 6, 1976
    May 6, 1976
    Episode 174
    5/6/76
    0.0
    Gabriel Kaplan co-hosts; guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, columnist Shirley Eder and comedian Jay Leno.
  • May 5, 1976
    May 5, 1976
    Episode 173
    5/5/76
    0.0
    Gabriel Kaplan co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Morse, sportscaster Joe Garagiola, Philadelphia Phillies baseball players, Tug McGraw, Larry Bowa, Dave Cash and Jay Johnstone, musician-songwriter John Sebastian, actress-singer Loni Ackerman and Dr. Keith Schmert.
  • May 4, 1976
    May 4, 1976
    Episode 172
    5/4/76
    0.0
    Gabriel Kaplan co-hosts; guests are Welcome Back Kotter Sweathogs Ron Palillo, Robert Hegyes, Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, (sans John Travolta), singer Donna Summer, actress Sarah Miles, actor Jim Backus and Senator Harry T. Phoebus.
  • Week of May 3, 1976
    Week of May 3, 1976
    Episode 171
    5/3/76
    0.0
    Mike's guests are Gabriel Kaplan (Week of 03May76-07May76); guests are Welcome Back Kotter Sweathogs Ron Palillo, Robert Hegyes, Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, (sans John Travolta), TV game show host Monty Hall and Monty's wife Marilyn Hall, actor James Darren and championship badminton.
  • April 30, 1976
    April 30, 1976
    Episode 170
    4/30/76
    0.0
    Neil Sedaka concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-comedian Don Adams, journalist James Bacon, Khalilah Ali, wife of boxing great Muhammad Ali, Ron Kistler, one-time personal aide and Jay Black and the Americans. Also: two former acquaintances of Howard Hughes.Highlights: Jay and the Americans do "Come a Little Bit Closer".moreless
  • April 29, 1976
    April 29, 1976
    Episode 169
    4/29/76
    0.0
    Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are TV personality Dick Clark, singer-songwriter Jose Feliciano, singer Teresa Brewer, Joey Dee and the Starliters, 1960's girl group The Angels, American Bandstand cover girl Carole Ann Scaldeferri and Norm N. Nite author of the "Rock On!" series.
  • April 28, 1976
    April 28, 1976
    Episode 168
    4/28/76
    0.0
    Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer Joey Heatherton, comedian George Kirby, singer-songwriter Paul Williams, mentalist Uri Geller and scientific author B.F. Skinner. Highlights: Paul sings, "Don't Call It Love".
  • April 27, 1976
    April 27, 1976
    Episode 167
    4/27/76
    0.0
    Neil Sedaka co-hosts; guests are actor David Soul, actor-singer-dancer Ben Vereen and from Welcome Back, Kotter Gabriel Kaplan and the Sweathogs, John Travolta, Robert Hegyes, Ron Palillo, and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, actress Margaux Hemingway and the comedy troupe Monty Python.
  • Week of April 26, 1976
    4/26/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka (Week of 26Apr76-30Apr76); guests are actress Louise Fletcher, The 5th Dimension, Neil's children Marc & Dara Sedaka, tennis instructor Vic Braden, author-lawyer Alger Hiss and John Cabot Smith.
  • April 23, 1976
    April 23, 1976
    Episode 165
    4/23/76
    0.0
    Mike's guests are singers Abbe Lane and Chaka Khan, boxer Ken Norton, actress Louise Lasser, comedian Ed Bluestone and The Bay City Rollers.
  • April 22, 1976
    April 22, 1976
    Episode 164
    4/22/76
    0.0
    "Salute to W.C. Fields"; Mike's guests are actors Rod Steiger and Jack Cassidy, Producer Jay Weston and Carlotta Monti mistress of W.C. Fields and author of "W.C. Fields and Me", which was made into a film of the same name and starred Rod Steiger and Jack Cassidy, produced by Jay Weston.moreless
  • April 21, 1976
    April 21, 1976
    Episode 163
    4/21/76
    0.0
    "Anatomy of a Soap Opera" as Mike welcomes guests of All My Children, creator Agnes Nixon and cast members actress Susan Lucci, Judith Barcroft, Ray MacDonnell, William Mooney, Kay Campbell, Francis Heflin, Paul Gleason, Nicholas Benedict, Stephanie Braxton, producer Bud Kloss and director Henry Kaplan with special guest Dr. Joyce Brothers.moreless
  • April 20, 1976
    April 20, 1976
    Episode 162
    4/20/76
    0.0
    "Salute to Radio"; Mike's guests are singer Patti Page, radio and television announcer Don Wilson, The Sportsmen Quartet, radio and film actor Kenny Delmar, playwright-screenwriter Arch Oboler, radio and television producer-writer Kermit Schafer and Terry Ross.
  • Week of April 19, 1976
    4/19/76
    0.0
    "The Name Droppers", Mike's guests are actor George Hamilton, columnist Earl Wilson, Hollywood columnist Dorothy Manners, Showbiz columnist Shirley Eder, Society columnist Doris Lilly and TV critic Cleveland Amory.
  • April 9, 1976
    April 9, 1976
    Episode 160
    4/9/76
    0.0
    Foster Brooks concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are legendary actress Gloria Swanson, singer Frankie Valli, comic Stewie Stone, poet Bill Dufty and journalist Geraldo Rivera with former resident of New York's Willowbrook Institution Bernard Carabello, the largest institution for people with developmental disabilities and mental retardation.
  • April 8, 1976
    April 8, 1976
    Episode 159
    4/8/76
    0.0
    Foster Brooks co-hosts; guests are singer Patti Page, actor David Groh, Little Anthony, author Gore Vidal, Producer Robert Enders, British television and stage director Michael Lindsay-Hogg and English actress Susan Penhaligon.
  • April 7, 1976
    April 7, 1976
    Episode 158
    4/7/76
    0.0
    Foster Brooks co-hosts; guests are singer Natalie Cole, actors Chris Sarandon and Tony Darrow and football player Terry Bradshaw.
  • April 6, 1976
    April 6, 1976
    Episode 157
    4/6/76
    0.0
    Foster Brooks co-hosts; guests are Princess Grace of Monaco, Foster's wife Teri Brooks, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and The Not Ready for Prime Time Players.
  • Week of April 5, 1976
    Week of April 5, 1976
    Episode 156
    4/5/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Foster Brooks (Week of 05Apr76-09Apr76); guests are actress Glenda Jackson, actor Peter Strauss and singer-composer Tom Sullivan. Highlights: Tom sings "Are You Ready". Foster performs "Please Release Me".
  • April 2, 1976
    April 2, 1976
    Episode 155
    4/2/76
    0.0
    Mike Connors concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor James Earl Jones, actress Cicely Tyson, comedian David Frye, singer-songwriter Joey English and Dr. Evelyn Monahan.
  • April 1, 1976
    April 1, 1976
    Episode 154
    4/1/76
    0.0
    Mike Connors co-hosts; guests are actor Barry Newman, comedian Marty Allen, actor-comedian Billy Crystal, Cornelia Wallace, wife of Governor George C. Wallace Jr., Sgt. Chuck Collingwood and Sgt. Al Richardson.
  • March 31, 1976
    March 31, 1976
    Episode 153
    3/31/76
    0.0
    Mike Connors co-hosts; guests are TV host Dick Cavett, actor Peter Graves, stuntman Hal Needham and The Stylistics.
  • March 30, 1976
    March 30, 1976
    Episode 152
    3/30/76
    0.0
    Mike Connors co-hosts; guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor and Zsa Zsa's former husband Herbert Hutner, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, syndicated columnists Earl Wilson and Shirley Eder, singer Bill Withers, choreographer Peter Gennaro, Jim Lange, host of The Dating Game and race-car driver Jim Hunt. Highlights: Bill sings "I Wish You Well."moreless
  • Week of March 29, 1976
    3/29/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Mannix star actor Mike Connors (Week of 29Mar76-02Apr76); guests are Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, actor Maximillan Schell, singer Caterina Valente, basketball player George McGinnis and author Alice Chanlan.
  • March 26, 1976
    March 26, 1976
    Episode 150
    3/26/76
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Joey, singer Al Martino, TV personality Mort Sahl, psychiatrist Dr. David Viscott and attorney Percy Foreman. Also a discussion of organized crime. Highlights: Carol & Mike sing, "Till the End of Time". Al sings "Volare". Carol sings, "Sunshiny Day".
  • March 25, 1976
    March 25, 1976
    Episode 149
    3/25/76
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are actor Georg Stanford Brown, singers Vic Damone and Billy Eckstine, comedienne Brett Somers, jazz singer Joe Williams and Bill Briggs, a mountain-climbing instructor. Highlights: Vic Damone sings, "Feelings".
  • March 24, 1976
    March 24, 1976
    Episode 148
    3/24/76
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are Kojak star actor Telly Savalas and his brother Teddy, comedian Freddie Roman, comedienne Brett Somers, The Nicholas Brothers and mountain-climbing instructor Bill Briggs. Highlights: Telly sings, "I Won't Send Roses". Carol sings, "After Today".
  • March 23, 1976
    March 23, 1976
    Episode 147
    3/23/76
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are comedian Pat Cooper, child Evangelist Michael Lord, Dr. Marvin Schneiderman and The Staple Singers. Highlights: The Staple Singers perform, "Brand New Day".
  • Week of March 22, 1976
    3/22/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Carol Lawrence (Week of 22Mar76-26Mar76); guests are actors Robert Morse and Walter Slezak, boxing great Rocky Graziano and cast members of Broadway's The Wiz, Stephanie Mills, Ted Haynes, Ted Ross and Hinton Battle Jr. as well as Broadway special-effects artist Peter Foy. Highlights: The cast performs "Ease On Down the Road."moreless
  • March 19, 1976
    March 19, 1976
    Episode 145
    3/19/76
    0.0
    Tony Randall co-host; guests are legendary actress Bette Davis, singer Kim Carnes, Whitney Stine and Dr. Martin Orne.
  • March 18, 1976
    March 18, 1976
    Episode 144
    3/18/76
    0.0
    Goldie Hawn co-hosts; guests are comedian David Steinberg, The Three Degrees, Frank De Felitta author of "The Entity" and "Audrey Rose", Ralph Grossi and Rose Stanec.
  • March 17, 1976
    March 17, 1976
    Episode 143
    3/17/76
    0.0
    Wolfman Jack co-hosts; guests are singers Bobby Rydell, Dion and Chubby Checker, The Shirelles, comedian Robert Klein and Norm N. Nite author of the "Rock On!" series of books.
  • March 16, 1976
    March 16, 1976
    Episode 142
    3/16/76
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are impressionist-actor Frank Gorshin, Rep. Bella Abzug and her husband Martin Abzug, actor Jamie Farr and his wife Joy Farr, Diane and Dick O'Connor and singer Little Anthony.
  • Week of March 15, 1976
    3/15/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is entertainer Sammy Davis Jr.; guests are Sammy's mother Elvira Davis, actresses Lee Grant and Tovah Feldshuh.
  • March 12, 1976
    March 12, 1976
    Episode 140
    3/12/76
    0.0
    Barry Newman concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Frank Sinatra Jr., actress Loretta Swit and Steven Weed former fiancé of Patty Hearst and co-author of "My Search for Patty Hearst". Highlights: Frank Sinatra Jr. sings "Never Can Say Goodbye."
  • March 11, 1976
    March 11, 1976
    Episode 139
    3/11/76
    0.0
    Barry Newman co-hosts; guests are Happy Days actor Donny Most, Canadian Jazz singer Anne Marie Moss, Jazz singer Jackie Paris, comic Rip Taylor, Giovanna D'Agostino author of "Mama D's Homestyle Italian Cookbook", Dorothy Carbo author of "Fix-It Guide for Women" and William Colby former Director of Central Intelligence from September 1973 to January 1976.moreless
  • March 10, 1976
    March 10, 1976
    Episode 138
    3/10/76
    0.0
    Barry Newman co-hosts; guests are musician-actor Desi Arnaz Sr., Desi Arnaz Jr., musician-actor Keith Thibodeaux who played Little Ricky on the I Love Lucy series, comedian Pat Henry, singer Morgana King, Dr. Kenneth Hinderer and Sergio Mendes with Brazil '77.
  • March 9, 1976
    March 9, 1976
    Episode 137
    3/9/76
    0.0
    Barry Newman co-hosts; guests are actors Michael Douglas and Brad Dourif, comedienne Anne Meara, Mrs. T.T. Chang with a Chinese New Year Celebration and Charles Colson, President Nixon's Special Counsel and named as one of the Watergate Seven but never charged.
  • Week of March 8, 1976
    Week of March 8, 1976
    Episode 136
    3/8/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Barry Newman (Week of 08Mar76-12Mar76); guests are actor Ray Bolger, composer Marvin Hamlisch, singer Jimmy Osmond, comedian Norm Crosby and Dr. Joyce Brothers.
  • March 5, 1976
    March 5, 1976
    Episode 135
    3/5/76
    0.0
    Astronauts, Cosmonauts, Navy & Air Force personnel; Mike's co-host is actor Cliff Robertson; guests are Lt. Tom Kleyhammer, Lt. Commander Peter Dirks, Lt. Whitey Weir, Gen. Thomas Stafford, Vance Brand, Gen. Alexsey Leonov and Valeriy Kubasov, Donald Slayton and Nicholas Timacheff.
  • March 4, 1976
    March 4, 1976
    Episode 134
    3/4/76
    0.0
    From Universal Studios, Mike's guests are actress Elke Sommer, actor Robert Conrad, actress Susan Saint James, comedienne Totie Fields, singer Trini Lopez, San Diego Zoo's Joan Embery, Terry Kezar and Alphonso Bustamante.
  • March 3, 1976
    March 3, 1976
    Episode 133
    3/3/76
    0.0
    Taped at Magic Castle, Workroom 27 design Studio & Universal Studios; Mike's guests are actress Elke Sommer, musician Doc Severinsen, The Hudson Brothers, singer-songwriter Johnny Tillotson, football player Bill Larson, Magician Bruce Cervon, juggler Peter Pit and Billy Whitten.
  • March 2, 1976
    March 2, 1976
    Episode 132
    3/2/76
    0.0
    Taped at Bob Hope's house in North Hollywood and on the sets of Baretta and Welcome Back, Kotter; Mike's guests are entertainer Bob Hope, producer-director-writer Hal Kanter, actress Alice Nunn, Baretta actor Robert Blake, Welcome Back, Kotter cast, actors Gabe Kaplan, John Travalota, Marcia Strassman, Robert Heydes, Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs and Ron Palillo.moreless
  • Week of March 1, 1976
    Week of March 1, 1976
    Episode 131
    3/1/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is Ricardo Montalban; guests are actresses Elena Verdugo and Brenda Vaccaro, actor Jim Hutton, The Hudson Brothers, Leave It to Beaver actors Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow and director Alexander Golitzen.
  • February 27, 1976
    February 27, 1976
    Episode 130
    2/27/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Mike's guests are actor Michael Caine, former pop group artists The Monkees Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones, Country singer-musician Roy Clark, comedian John Byner, actress Cindy Williams, the singing duo Bobby Hart and Tommy Boyce, Louisa Murillo with her bird act and safe cracker Mr. X.
  • February 26, 1976
    February 26, 1976
    Episode 119
    2/26/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Mike's guests are entertainers Donny & Marie Osmond, actor David Janssen, Fun With Dick & Jane stars actress Jane Fonda and actor George Segal, actor Anthony Zerbe, actress Sandy Duncan, TV announcer Ed McMahon, journalist Peter Bart, film director Ted Kotcheff and Pasquale di Fabrizio shoemaker to the Stars.moreless
  • February 25, 1976
    February 25, 1976
    Episode 118
    2/25/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Mike's guests are actor Hal Linden, comedian George Carlin, comedienne Joan Rivers, singing duo of Billy Davis Jr. and Marilyn McCoo, Kristena Johansson and atheltic trainer Vicky Vodon.
  • February 24, 1976
    February 24, 1976
    Episode 117
    2/24/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are actors Burt Reynolds, John Cassavetes, Ben Gazzara, and Wayne Rogers, entertainer Charo, stuntman Evel Knievel and Match Game show host Gene Rayburn, panelists Richard Dawson, Betty White, Lee Meriwether, Brett Somers and Charles Nelson Reilly.
  • Week of February 23, 1976
    2/23/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Mike's guests are actors Burt Reynolds and Peter Falk, actress Tatum O'Neal, comedian Bill Cosby, comedienne Ruth Buzzi, singer Helen Reddy, rocker Alice Cooper, singers Wayne Newton and Glen Campbell.
  • February 20, 1976
    February 20, 1976
    Episode 115
    2/20/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood celebrating the release of That's Entertainment 2, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer-dancer-actresses Ann Miller, Debbie Reynolds, Jane Powell, Nanette Fabray and Janis Paige, composer-songwriter Saul Chaplin, producer Daniel Melnick and choreographer Hermes.
  • February 19, 1976
    February 19, 1976
    Episode 114
    2/19/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly co-host; guests are actor Robert Mitchum, singer Ella Fitzgerald, entertainer Tony Orlando and pool shark Willie Mosconi.
  • February 18, 1976
    February 18, 1976
    Episode 113
    2/18/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly co-host; guests are actor Henry Fonda, mime Marcel Marceau and singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen. Highlights: Fred, Gene, Ben and Mike sing a medley including "Gigi", "S Wonderful", "Oh, Lady Be Good" and "Honeysuckle Rose".
  • February 17, 1976
    February 17, 1976
    Episode 112
    2/17/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood Mike's co-hosts are Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly; guests are actor Ed Asner, the Manhattan Transfer, The Lennon Sisters and Dancers from Tommy Knox Dance School. Highlights: Gene giving a tap-dancing lesson. The Manhattan Transfer sing "Gloria" and "Tuxedo Junction."
  • Week of February 16, 1976
    2/16/76
    0.0
    From Hollywood, Mike's co-hosts are actor-dancers Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly; guests are actor Walter Matthau and his son Charles Matthau, actor George Gonzales appearing in the film The Bad News Bears with Walter Matthau, Kojak star actor Telly Savalas, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka and boy genius Eric Alwan.
  • February 13, 1976
    February 13, 1976
    Episode 110
    2/13/76
    0.0
    From Florida's Walt Disney World, Anita Bryant concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Dean Jones, Disney on Parade producer Bob Jani, and Five former Mouseketeers; Annette Funicello, Tommy Cole, Bobby Burgess, Cubby O'Brien and Darlene Gillespie Gammon. Also included is a visit to the Polynesian Village for a luau; and a fireworks display.moreless
  • February 12, 1976
    February 12, 1976
    Episode 109
    2/12/76
    0.0
    From Florida's Walt Disney World, Anita Bryant co-hosts; guests are actor Dean Jones, Mike's wife Genevieve Douglas, pro golfer Sam Snead, astronaut Gordon Cooper, The Pioneer Hall Players and a trip to Space Mountain.
  • February 11, 1976
    February 11, 1976
    Episode 108
    2/11/76
    0.0
    From Florida's Walt Disney World, Anita Bryant co-hosts; guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, singer Trini Lopez, John Reynolds and fiddler Hank McDaniels. Entertainment at The Tiki Bird Show, a parade by 49 Disney characters and a visit to the Hall of Presidents, a trip through the Haunted Mansion, a remote-control sailboat race and a pottery demonstration.moreless
  • February 10, 1976
    February 10, 1976
    Episode 107
    2/10/76
    0.0
    From Florida's Walt Disney World, Anita Bryant co-hosts; guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, comedian Pat Cooper, former astronaut Frank Borman, The Spinners and the Dapper Dans Barbershop Quartet. Also: a tennis game with Bobby Riggs, Mike Farrell, Jamie Farr, William Christopher and Vic Braden; and tours of Adventureland and Tomorrowland.
  • Week of February 9, 1976
    2/9/76
    0.0
    From Florida's Walt Disney World, Mike's co-host is singer Anita Bryant (Week of 09Feb76-13Feb76); guests are actors Robert Conrad and Scatman Crothers, actress-singer and former Mouseketeer Annette Funicello, actor and Winnie the Pooh voice actor Sterling Holloway, Donald Duck voice actor Clarence Nash, Florida's Governor Reubin Askew and K.C. & the Sunshine Band.moreless
  • February 6, 1976
    February 6, 1976
    Episode 105
    2/6/76
    0.0
    Tony Bennett concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Eartha Kitt, comedian Henny Youngman, actress Maureen Reagan, football players Franco Harris and Tom Brookshier.
  • February 5, 1976
    February 5, 1976
    Episode 104
    2/5/76
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are actress Louise Fletcher, criminal lawyer F. Lee Bailey, comedian David Brenner, musician Count Basie, Liz Jekot and Joyce Wagman.
  • February 4, 1976
    February 4, 1976
    Episode 103
    2/4/76
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are lawyer-politician John Lindsay, actor Jamie Farr, the Fifth Dimension, Third Generation Steps, Maceo Anderson founder of the tap dancing group The Four Step Brothers, comic-actor Hank Garcia and Marv Glatzer.
  • February 3, 1976
    February 3, 1976
    Episode 102
    2/3/76
    0.0
    Tony Bennett co-hosts; guests are actor Barry Newman, singer Natalie Cole, Robert E. Taylor, Jazz singer Cleo Laine and her husband musician John Dankworth, Governor Ella Grasso and Thomas Grasso.
  • Week of February 2, 1976
    2/2/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Tony Bennett (Week of 02Feb76-06Feb76); guests are the Bay City Rollers, author William F. Buckley, married acting and singing duo Bill Hayes & Susan Seaforth, columnist Jack Anderson and Liberty Bell.
  • January 30, 1976
    January 30, 1976
    Episode 100
    1/30/76
    0.0
    Michael Douglas concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest actor Jack Nicholson, boxing legend Rocky Graziano, Rocky actor Burgess Meredith, singer Jimmy Webb, photographer David Kennerly, hockey players Fred Shero and Ed Van Impe.
  • January 29, 1976
    January 29, 1976
    Episode 99
    1/29/76
    0.0
    Michael Douglas co-hosts; guests are Michael's mother Diana Douglas, actress Shelley Winters, Soccer star Pele, soccer goalie Bobby Rigby, impressionist Fred Travalena and The Four Tops.
  • January 28, 1976
    January 28, 1976
    Episode 98
    1/28/76
    0.0
    Michael Douglas co-hosts; guests are singer Ronee Blakley, comedian George Kirby, actor Mike Farrell, basketball player Jerry Lucas and Uni, Roy and Al of the TV commercial for Uniroyal tires
  • January 27, 1976
    January 27, 1976
    Episode 97
    1/27/76
    0.0
    Michael Douglas co-hosts; guests are actress Maureen Stapleton, actor Peter Byrne, football players Larry Csonka and Jack Cochran and pop group The Three Degrees.
  • Week of January 26, 1976
    1/26/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV's Streets of San Francisco actor Michael Douglas; guests are Michael's father actor Kirk Douglas, Pete Rose baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds and actor Scatman Crothers.
  • January 23, 1976
    January 23, 1976
    Episode 95
    1/23/76
    0.0
    Steve Allen concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Steve's wife actress Jayne Meadows, actor Richard Dreyfuss, comedienne Valeri Bromfield, singer Sharon Paige, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes and Mark Fowler & Bruce Felton authors of "Felton and Fowler's Best, Worst, and Most Unusual".
  • January 22, 1976
    January 22, 1976
    Episode 94
    1/22/76
    0.0
    Steve Allen co-hosts; guests are actress Marissa Berenson, musician Chuck Mangione, comedian Louis Nye, singer Esther Satterfield and Swedish model-actress Gunilla Knutson.
  • January 21, 1976
    January 21, 1976
    Episode 93
    1/21/76
    0.0
    Steve Allen co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Doris Day, comedian Norm Crosby, singer Major Harris, comic Harris Nelson and inventor-researcher Robert H. Rines.
  • January 20, 1976
    January 20, 1976
    Episode 92
    1/20/76
    0.0
    Steve Allen co-hosts; guests are actor Yul Brynner, singer-actress Tammy Grimes, singer Patrice Munsel, actress Lillian Gish and stage and film actor Russ Thacker.
  • Week of January 19, 1976
    1/19/76
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality Steve Allen (Week of 19Jan76-23Jan76); guests are composer Marvin Hamlisch, comedian David Brenner, Toni Handcock & Zeus, Mary Ann Carter and Mickey Mouse.
  • January 16, 1976
    January 16, 1976
    Episode 90
    1/16/76
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actors Michael Caine, Sean Connery and Christopher Plummer, comedienne Audrey Meadows, singer Donna Cellini and stunt flyers The Red Devils.
  • January 15, 1976
    January 15, 1976
    Episode 89
    1/15/76
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are comedian Milton Berle, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, The Hudson Brothers, comedienne Jo Anne Worley, Beatrice Lydecker, Bill Martin, Marcella Aitken, Tom Gumpf, Bob Hoffman, Gary Thomas, Larry Koel, The Young Troupe, Gordon Reynolds and James Combee.
  • January 14, 1976
    January 14, 1976
    Episode 88
    1/14/76
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are actor Barry Newman, football player Alex Karras, pop group Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds, The Hudson Brothers, Professor Irwin Corey, comedienne Jo Anne Worley, The Fergis Troupe, Carl Gage, Michael Green, Ed Mahler and Sonny Everett.
  • January 13, 1976
    January 13, 1976
    Episode 87
    1/13/76
    0.0
    From Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason co-hosts; guests are singer Vic Damone, football player Alex Karras, singer Anne Murray, The Hudson Brothers, comedienne Jo Anne Worley, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Tajana Hanneford and the Hanneford Tigers, Donna De Varona, Greg Jagenburg, Bonnie Brown, Kathy Heddy, Andy Coan and Sigma Chi Fraternity & Tri Delta Sorority Tug of War teams from U-Miami.moreless
  • Week of January 12, 1976
    1/12/76
    0.0
    From Miami Beach; Mike's co-host this week is comedian Jackie Gleason (Week of 12Jan76-16Jan76); guests are singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen, sportscaster Phyllis George, football player Larry Csonka, the Jolly Jovers, Mark & Clark Expedition, U-Miami Flag Corps, the Dolphin Dolls, Dig Wilson, Nat Moore, Don Nottingham, Tim Foley, Steve Toll and Charles Babb.moreless
  • January 9, 1976
    January 9, 1976
    Episode 85
    1/9/76
    9.5
    Jerry Lewis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are The All-American Football Team, Opera singer Roberta Peters, Oral Roberts, King Charles Troupe, TV personality Jane Chastain and The Bizzarros.
  • January 8, 1976
    January 8, 1976
    Episode 84
    1/8/76
    9.0
    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer Barbara McNair and Marlo's Mad Hatters. Also appearing Marcus Breece, Mike Pearl, Pat Sucher, Bob Maxwell, Bob Pendleton, Hank Peters, Mark Olsen, Lewis Sayre and Mary Jane Washa.
  • January 7, 1976
    January 7, 1976
    Episode 83
    1/7/76
    10
    From Miami Beach. Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are drummer Buddy Rich, The Hudson Brothers, TV personality Jane Chastain, football players Archie Griffin and Mike Reid, Michael Harrigan, Tom Grumpf, Carrie Irish, Donald Crane, Melissa Briley, Steve McFarland and Johnny Rivers' Diving Mules.
  • January 6, 1976
    January 6, 1976
    Episode 82
    1/6/76
    9.5
    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, singer Mel Tillis, baseball player Steve Garvey, TV personality Jane Chastain, The Riding Hanneford Family and The National Women's Volleyball team.
  • Week of January 5, 1976
    1/5/76
    10
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Jerry Lewis (Week of 05Jan76-09Jan76); guests are underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, TV game show host Bert Convy, Olympic wrestler Chris Taylor, pro wrestler Andre the Giant, former NFL'er turned pro wrestler Vern Gagne, soul group Rufus, Frank Freeman and Prince Najyez.
  • January 2, 1976
    January 2, 1976
    Episode 80
    1/2/76
    0.0
    Anthony Newley concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are TV personality Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows and psychologist Thomas Gordon author of "Parent Effectiveness Training". Highlights: Anthony sings "Nothing Can Stop Me Now."
  • January 1, 1976
    January 1, 1976
    Episode 79
    1/1/76
    0.0
    Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Don Meredith, Jazz singer Joe Williams, comic Corbett Monica and former USAF sergeant Leonard Matlovich.
  • December 31, 1975
    December 31, 1975
    Episode 78
    12/31/75
    0.0
    Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are from Good Times actor Jimmie Walker and actress BerNadette Stanis, psychic Kenny Kingston and Private investigator Jay J. Armes. Highlights: Anthony sings, "It's A Musical World".
  • December 30, 1975
    December 30, 1975
    Episode 77
    12/30/75
    0.0
    Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are Lucie Arnaz, lyricist Leslie Bricusse, photographer John Dornes and Irwin Rosten producer of The Incredible Machine a National Geographic program about human anatomy.
  • Week of December 29, 1975
    12/29/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Anthony Newley (Week of 29Dec75-02Jan76); guests are actor Tony Randall, Opera singer Roberta Peters, actor-singer Gilbert Price and Senator William Proxmire (D-Wisc).
  • December 12, 1975
    December 12, 1975
    Episode 75
    12/12/75
    0.0
    Petula Clark concludes her co-hosting duties; guests include Marilyn Michaels, Edgar Winter, Tamara Simonenko, a hula-hoop performer with the Soviet Circus and Alice Marchak, Marlon Brando's secretary and coauthor of "The Supersecs". Highlights: Petula sings "Don't Sleep in the Subway", "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" and "Fire and Rain" and a medley: Natural Woman/Honky-Tonk Woman/You Can Do It".moreless
  • December 11, 1975
    December 11, 1975
    Episode 74
    12/11/75
    1.0
    Petula Clark co-hosts; guests include Rod McKuen, comic Eddie Lawrence, The Temptations and The All-Philadelphia Boys' Choir. Highlights: Petula & Rod sing "La Di Da". Petula & Mike sing "Winter Wonderland". Petula & the Choir perform "Silent Night".
  • December 10, 1975
    December 10, 1975
    Episode 73
    12/10/75
    0.0
    Petula Clark co-hosts; guests include Andy Griffith, comedian John Byner, chef Louis Szathmary and Tavares. Also a discussion of the psychological case study on which the book and movie "The Three Faces of Eve" were based. Highlights: Petula sings "Ease On Down the Road" & "George" and Mike & Petula duet on Something.moreless
  • December 9, 1975
    December 9, 1975
    Episode 72
    12/9/75
    0.0
    Petula Clark co-hosts; guests include Baretta star Robert Blake, Lucie Arnaz, singer Rick Nelson, actor Victor Sen Yung, Cleveland Amory, TV Guide critic and CBS sportscaster Phyllis George. Highlights: Petula sings "Downtown" and a Beatle medley with friends "With A Little Help From My Friends/When I'm 64/Yesterday", Rick performs, "I Know A Place".moreless
  • Week of December 8, 1975
    12/8/75
    0.0
    Petula Clark is Mike's co-host this week; guests include actor-singer John Davidson, Anne Meara, Rep. H. John Heinz (R-PA) and Dr. Ronald Taylor author of "Butterflies in My Stomach: The Edible Insects". Highlights: Petula sings "Downtown" and "What I Did For Love" and duets with Mike on "Typically English".
  • December 5, 1975
    December 5, 1975
    Episode 70
    12/5/75
    0.0
    From San Diego; Mike's co-host are The Lennon Sisters; guests are comedian Louis Nye, Bob Sheppard announcer for the New York Yankees since 1951 and announcer for the New York Giants Football team from 1956 to 2006, Jim Stewart and Jim Fish.
  • December 4, 1975
    December 4, 1975
    Episode 69
    12/4/75
    0.0
    From San Diego; Mike's co-host is actress Susan Saint James; guests are voice actor Mel Blanc, pop group Abba, San Diego Zoo's Joan Embrey, Dr. Jim Bacon, Dr. Jane Meier and Dr. John Olsen.
  • December 3, 1975
    December 3, 1975
    Episode 68
    12/3/75
    0.0
    From San Diego; Mike's co-host is actor Cliff Robertson; guests are singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, Tom Chapin, Lt. Cmdr. Peter Dirks, Lt. Whitey Weir, Joe Foss, Capt. Robert Kennedy and Adm. Robert Baldwin.
  • December 2, 1975
    December 2, 1975
    Episode 67
    12/2/75
    0.0
    From San Diego; Mike's co-host is singer Trini Lopez; guests are actress Elena Verdugo, comic actor Hank Garcia, Mayor of San Diego Peter Wilson, author Diane Montoya, Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Graciela Tapia, musician James Moss, Dr. Paul Exell and Alphonso Bustamante. Highlights: Mike visits the city's Old Town and an archaeological dig. A performance by folk dancers and a mariachi band.moreless
  • Week of December 1, 1975
    12/1/75
    0.0
    From San Diego; Mike's co-host is actor Jack Palance; guests are The Lennon Sisters, The Hudson Brothers, football players Larry Csonka and Dick Butkus, San Diego Lobos and the men and women of the U.S. Navy & Marines.
  • November 28, 1975
    November 28, 1975
    Episode 65
    11/28/75
    0.0
    Don Adams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, comedienne Phyllis Diller, Kenny Rogers & the First Edition, game show host Wink Martindale and philosopher-author Guy Finley.
  • November 27, 1975
    November 27, 1975
    Episode 64
    11/27/75
    0.0
    Don Adams co-hosts; guests are singer Sonny Bono and his girlfriend model Susie Coelho, actor-dancer Bobby Van and his wife comedienne-actress Elaine Joyce, comedian Marty Allen, singer Lola Falana and strongmen David and Goliath.
  • November 26, 1975
    November 26, 1975
    Episode 63
    11/26/75
    0.0
    Don Adams co-hosts; guests are singer Mac Davis, actress-dancer Juliet Prowse, comedian Foster Brooks, actress Jill St. John, TV game show host Chuck Woolery, John Bauer, Hank Taub, Gregg Jones and Dick Andrews.
  • November 25, 1975
    November 25, 1975
    Episode 62
    11/25/75
    0.0
    Don Adams co-hosts; guests are singer Kenny Rogers, The Lennon Sisters, TV host and announcer Ed McMahon, game show host Dennis James, author Maureen Dean and The Marquis Chimps.
  • Week of November 24, 1975
    11/24/75
    9.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian-actor Don Adams (Week of 24Nov75-28Nov75); guests are singer Glen Campbell with Royal Scots, comedian Jerry Lewis, The Golddiggers, the Argentinian Gauchos and magician Harry Blackstone Jr.
  • November 21, 1975
    November 21, 1975
    Episode 60
    11/21/75
    0.0
    From California's Burbank Movie Set of Harry & Walter Go to New York; Mike's guests are actors Michael Caine, James Caan and Elliott Gould, actress Diane Keaton, actor Jan Michael Vincent, comedienne Phyllis Diller, comedian Pete Barbutti, actress Barbara Loden, Mike Doyle and The Ritts Puppets. Also an at home visit with Bing Crosby, Kathryn Crosby and son Harry Crosby Jr.moreless
  • November 20, 1975
    November 20, 1975
    Episode 59
    11/20/75
    0.0
    From San Diego's Sea World; Mike's co-host is comedian Foster Brooks; guests are singers Jerry Vale, Al Martino and Enzo Stuarti, comedian Ron Carey, The Lennon Sisters, tennis champ Bobby Riggs, oceanographer Jim Fish and Shamu the Killer Whale. Highlights: An exhibition by trained dolphins and a discussion of methods of preventing shark attacks. The Lennons sing "Down by the Lazy River."moreless
  • November 19, 1975
    November 19, 1975
    Episode 58
    11/19/75
    0.0
    From Torrey Pines overlooking the Pacific; Mike's co-host is actress Elke Sommer; guests are actor Robert Conrad, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, TV game show host Monty Hall, The Hudson Brothers, Baseball coach Sparky Anderson, astronaut Donald H. Peterson and Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods. Also appearing are Gary Thompson, Vivian Pratt, Tom Shaw, Susan Simpson and Jack Jacobs.moreless
  • November 18, 1975
    November 18, 1975
    Episode 57
    11/18/75
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    From San Diego's Wild Animal Park; Mike's co-host is comedienne Totie Fields; guests are six of the actors who played Tarzan, actors Johnny Weissmuller, Buster Crabbe, James Pierce, Gordon Scott, Dennis Miller and Jock Mahoney. Also appearing are Frank Earl, Danton Burroughs, grandson of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs, singer Jose Feliciano and Jim Dolan.moreless
  • Week of November 17, 1975
    11/17/75
    0.0
    From San Diego, "A Salute to the Navy's Bicentennial". Mike's co-host is actor Wayne Rogers; guests are singer-actress Carol Lawrence, comedian Ron Carey and The Golddiggers.
  • November 14, 1975
    November 14, 1975
    Episode 55
    11/14/75
    0.0
    Glen Campbell co-hosts from Las Vegas; guests include Chico and the Man stars Freddie Prinze, Jack Albertson and Scatman Crothers, TV Producer James Komack, comedian Shecky Greene and singer Roger Miller. Highlights: Mike sings "The Song Is Love". Roger sings "King of the Road."
  • November 13, 1975
    November 13, 1975
    Episode 54
    11/13/75
    0.0
    Glen Campbell co-hosts from Las Vegas; guests include singer Andy Williams, comedian Rich Little, psychic Uri Geller and Glen's parents Carrie and Wes Campbell. Highlights: Andy sings "You Are the Sunshine of My Life". Glen and Mike duet with "Gentle on My Mind."
  • November 12, 1975
    November 12, 1975
    Episode 53
    11/12/75
    0.0
    John Davidson co-hosts from Las Vegas; guests include The Jackson 5, game-show host Peter Marshall, The Chapter V singers and a 72-year-old high-diver Henri Lamothe and Hotel chain executive Henri Lewin. Also a demonstration of a game called 'Spaceball'.
  • November 11, 1975
    November 11, 1975
    Episode 52
    11/11/75
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, John Davidson co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Mac Davis, comedienne Totie Fields, actor Wayne Rogers, singer Jerry Vale, French singer Rene Simard and The Carlsons. Highlights: Jerry sings, "It Had to Be You". Mac sings, "Stop and Smell the Roses". John sings, "Smile, Smile, Smile".
  • Week of November 10, 1975
    11/10/75
    0.0
    From Las Vegas, Mike's co-host is singer John Davidson; guests are Sanford and Son star comedian Redd Foxx, comedian George Carlin, actor Tommy Butler, Roland Khan, The Righteous Brothers, The Volantes, unicyclists and The Lido de Paris showgirls. Highlights: The Righteous Brothers sing, "Dream On".
  • November 7, 1975
    November 7, 1975
    Episode 50
    11/7/75
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are Little House on the Prairie actor Michael Landon and his wife Lynn Landon, star of Medical Center actor Chad Everett and his wife actress Shelby Grant, M*A*S*H actor Jamie Farr, singer Vicki Carr, guitarist-singer Justin Rosolino, stuntmen Dick Ziker and Dick Warlock.
  • November 6, 1975
    November 6, 1975
    Episode 49
    11/6/75
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are comedienne Lucille Ball, actors Robert Blake, Michael Caine and Roger Moore and the rock group War.
  • November 5, 1975
    November 5, 1975
    Episode 48
    11/5/75
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are actors Gene Hackman and Telly Savalas, actress Cloris Leachman, director Francis Ford Coppola with a rare TV appearance by Marlon Brando.
  • November 4, 1975
    November 4, 1975
    Episode 47
    11/4/75
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, comedian George Burns, actor Charlton Heston, All in the Family stars actor Carroll O'Connor and actress Sally Struthers, singer Billy Preston, Kevin Johnson and May Boss,
  • Week of November 3, 1975
    11/3/75
    0.0
    From Hollywood; Mike's guests are comedienne Carol Burnett, actors Walter Matthau and Ed Asner, comedian Don Rickles, singer Tony Orlando, Donny & Marie Osmond and motion picture make-up artist Frank Westmore. Highlights: Donny and Marie sing "Make the World Go Away". Tony Orlando and Mike team up for "Smile, Smile, Smile."moreless
  • October 30, 1975
    October 30, 1975
    Episode 44
    10/30/75
    0.0
    Mike Connors co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter Johnny Mercer, stuntman Dick Ziker, sculptor Ivan Bailey, Michael Cesaroni Jr., Bernie Backston and Eddie Towson.
  • October 29, 1975
    October 29, 1975
    Episode 43
    10/29/75
    0.0
    Mike Connors co-hosts; guests are actors Burt Reynolds and Jack Weston, singer Jack Jones, stuntmen Hal Needham and Dick Ziker and Mayor John Rousakis of Savannah, Ga.
  • October 28, 1975
    October 28, 1975
    Episode 42
    10/28/75
    0.0
    Mike continues his Salute to TV Pioneers with guests orginal Tonight Show host Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows, newsman John Cameron Swayze, Kukla, Fran and Ollie children's show hosts Fran Allison and Burr Tillstrom, Meet the Press founder Martha Roundtree and Maggi's Magazine hostess Maggi McNellis.
  • Week of October 27, 1975
    10/27/75
    0.0
    Mike salutes the TV Pioneers. Part 1 of a 2 part program. Guests are TV host Garry Moore, TV personality Steve Allen and his wife actress Jayne Meadows, Dave Garroway founding host of NBC's Today show, John Cameron Swayze television news reporter, Kukla, Fran and Ollie hosts Fran Allison and Burr Tillstrom, Al Hodge from DuMont television's Captain Video, Martha Rountree creator and moderator of the NBC show Meet the Press and Maggi McNellis talk show hostess of Maggi's Magazine.moreless
  • October 24, 1975
    October 24, 1975
    Episode 40
    10/24/75
    0.0
    Martin Landau and Barbara Bain conclude their co-hosting duties; guests include singer-actor Roy Rogers, singer-dancer Joey Heatherton and film producer Alan Landsburg. Also a demonstration by acrobats from Taiwan.
  • October 23, 1975
    October 23, 1975
    Episode 39
    10/23/75
    0.0
    Martin Landau and Barbara Bain co-host; guests include Tony Randall, singer Esther Phillips, mentalist The Astonishing Neal, Apollo 9 astronaut Russell Schweickart and Space-museum director Ed Buckbee. Also Baker, one of the two monkeys that made a 1959 space flight.
  • October 22, 1975
    October 22, 1975
    Episode 38
    10/22/75
    0.0
    Martin Landau and Barbara Bain co-host; guests include comedian George Carlin, actress Susan Clark, The Lettermen and Soul group New Birth.
  • October 21, 1975
    October 21, 1975
    Episode 37
    10/21/75
    0.0
    Martin Landau and Barbara Bain co-host; guests include actor Buster Crabbe, chef Julia Child, 1976 Miss America, Tawny Godin, Rick Wakeman and the English Rock Ensemble and the Untouchables, a comedy trio. Highlights: Rick and the English Rock Ensemble do "Sir Lancelot and the Black Knight."
  • Week of October 20, 1975
    10/20/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are Space 1999 stars Martin Landau and Barbara Bain; guests are singer Petula Clark, puppeteer Shari Lewis and separated Siamese twins Clara and Altagracia Rodriguez and their mother Farida Rodriguez. Highlights: Petula sings "A Song For You". Petula & Mike duet on "Don't Give Up".
  • October 17, 1975
    October 17, 1975
    Episode 35
    10/17/75
    0.0
    Sally Struthers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests include actress Lilli Palmer, comedian Dick Gautier, Henry Polic, Novelty musician Spike Jones Jr. son of the 40's bandleader and Eugene and Aileen Smith coauthors of "Minamata", who discuss mercury-poisoning incidents in Japan and Canada.
  • October 16, 1975
    October 16, 1975
    Episode 34
    10/16/75
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests include actor David Niven, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka and illusionist Harry Blackstone Jr.
  • October 15, 1975
    October 15, 1975
    Episode 33
    10/15/75
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests are singer-comedienne Vicki Lawrence, The Hudson Brothers, Joe Hyams author of "Bogart and Bacall" and Mark Fowler and Bruce Felton, coauthors of "Felton and Fowler's Best, Worst and Most Unusual".
  • October 14, 1975
    October 14, 1975
    Episode 32
    10/14/75
    0.0
    Sally Struthers co-hosts; guests include singer Charles Aznavour, sportscaster Don Meredith, actor Ed Nelson and Christiaan Barnard. Highlights: Charles sings, "You've Got to Learn".
  • Week of October 13, 1975
    10/13/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Sally Struthers (Week of 13Oct75-17Oct75); guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Vic Damone, Mercer Ellington with the Duke Ellington Orchestra and Film historians Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker with film footage of Bob earlier in his career is shown.
  • October 10, 1975
    October 10, 1975
    Episode 30
    10/10/75
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests include Good Times actress Esther Rolle, comedian Arte Johnson, comic-actor Sandy Baron, actor Ken Nordine, stuntman Alex Stevens, Forrest Ackerman editor of "Famous Monsters of Filmland" and founder of science fiction fandom and special effects artist Richard Albain with a special effects demonstration and an exhibition of monster memorabilia.
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  • October 9, 1975
    October 9, 1975
    Episode 29
    10/9/75
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts; guests are TV host Dick Cavett, Happy Days actors Henry Winkler and Donny Most, Dr. James Cope, Arthur Lennig author of "The Count: The Life and Times of Bela Lugosi" and Bela Lugosi's widow and son Bela Lugosi Jr.
  • October 8, 1975
    October 8, 1975
    Episode 28
    10/8/75
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts; guests are TV personality Barbara Walters, impressionist-comic Fred Travalena, illusionist Harry Blackstone Jr., actor-director-writer-producer Frank Buxton and Terry Ross.
  • October 7, 1975
    October 7, 1975
    Episode 27
    10/7/75
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts in a week-long salute to famous monsters. Guests include "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" actor Darren McGavin wearing his wardrobe from his show, impressionist Adam Keefe and illusionist Harry Blackstone Jr. Also: a demonstration of special effects, including vampire bats, a creaking casket and a cobweb machine.
  • Week of October 6, 1975
    10/6/75
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin is Mike's co-host in a week-long salute to famous monsters. Guests include actor Ben Vereen, impressionist Adam Keefe, actor William Marshall and Leonard Wolf author of "The Annotated Dracula".
  • October 3, 1975
    October 3, 1975
    Episode 25
    10/3/75
    0.0
    Jim Stafford concludes his co-hosting duties; guests include Rita Moreno, Lou Rawls, comedian David Brenner, CBS Sports vice-president Bob Wussler and amateur bowling champion Carolyn Anderson.
  • October 2, 1975
    October 2, 1975
    Episode 24
    10/2/75
    0.0
    Jim Stafford co-hosts; guests include actress Phyllis Newman, Britt Ekland, singer Deborah Allen and soul group Blue Magic. Highlights: Jim sings, "Nifty Fifties Blues" and Mike sings, "Come Back to Me".
  • October 1, 1975
    October 1, 1975
    Episode 23
    10/1/75
    0.0
    Jim Stafford co-hosts; guests include "Maude" actress Adrienne Barbeau, "The Jeffersons" actor Sherman Hemsley, comic Andres Pavon and singer Mike Reid, a former All-Pro football player. Also a fashion show narrated by Ebony magazine fashion coordinator Audrey Smaltz.
  • September 30, 1975
    September 30, 1975
    Episode 22
    9/30/75
    0.0
    Jim Stafford co-hosts; guests include Karen Grassle, Group W news commentator Rod MacLeish and Webster Lithgow & Thomas McCann, producers of "The White House Transcripts", a TV dramatization.
  • Week of September 29, 1975
    9/29/75
    0.0
    Jim Stafford is Mike's co-host this week; guests include singer Andy Williams, Bill Macy and Samantha Harper. Also a discussion of the results of a magazine survey on female sexuality. Highlights: Andy sings, "Sad Eyes".
  • September 26, 1975
    September 26, 1975
    Episode 20
    9/26/75
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests include actress Angela Bowie, David Bowie's wife, National Enquirer reporter Cynthia Tivers and the US Army Blues Band. Highlights: Angela sings, "I've Got a Crush on You".
  • September 25, 1975
    September 25, 1975
    Episode 19
    9/25/75
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests include Rob Reiner and his wife Penny Marshall, singer Major Harris, comic Pat Cooper and Carl Gottlieb coauthor of "Jaws" the screenplay.
  • September 24, 1975
    September 24, 1975
    Episode 18
    9/24/75
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests include actress Dorothy Lamour, Marvin Hamlisch, comedienne Valeri Bromfield and Pro-football player Rocky Bleier. Highlights: Eddie sings a medley of "Sonny Boy" and "Oh, Mein Papa."
  • September 23, 1975
    September 23, 1975
    Episode 17
    9/23/75
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests are actor-comedian Don Adams, singer Vivian Reed, character actor Joseph Attles, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and skateboard champion Torger Johnson.
  • Week of September 22, 1975
    9/22/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Eddie Fisher (Week of 22Sep75-26Sep75); guests are comedian David Brenner, singer-composer Harry Chapin, news anaylst Richard Wolffe and a discussion of the Joan Little Case with Joan, defense attorneys Jerry Paul and Karen Galloway.
  • September 19, 1975
    September 19, 1975
    Episode 15
    9/19/75
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise concludes his co-hosting duties; guests include his wife Carol DeLuise, singer Joey Heatherton and Minnie Riperton, Guy Alland author of "Know-How". And John William Clouser former fugitive from the FBI. Highlights: Minnie sings "Lovin' You".
  • September 18, 1975
    September 18, 1975
    Episode 14
    9/18/75
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests include critic Rex Reed, singer Melba Moore, comic Fred Travalena and Peter Secchia, a businessman from Grand Rapids, Mich., who is acquainted with President Ford. Highlights: Melba sings, "How Can You Say?".
  • September 17, 1975
    September 17, 1975
    Episode 13
    9/17/75
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests include actor Robert Conrad, singer Lorna Luft, Miss U.S.A. Summer Bartholomew, Miss Universe Ann Marie Pohtamo, author Warren Farrell, the wandering minstrel Paul Tracey, boxer Wild Bill McDowell and Blanche Burpee Dohan granddaughter of Atlee Burpee the founder of the seed company. Highlights: Lorna sings "Steppin' Out With My Baby".moreless
  • September 16, 1975
    September 16, 1975
    Episode 12
    9/16/75
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests include singer Tony Martin and his wife dancer Cyd Charisse, Veterinarian Terri McGinnis and Soul group Travares.
  • Week of September 15, 1975
    9/15/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Dom DeLuise (Week of 15Sep75-19Sep75); guests are boxing great Muhammad Ali, author Norman Mailer, comedienne Phyllis Diller, Dr. Louis Teichholz and Pat Clifford, John Gonzalez, Sandra Gourley and George Valazquez the couples who took first and second places at the New York City Discotheque Dance Competition.moreless
  • September 12, 1975
    September 12, 1975
    Episode 10
    9/12/75
    0.0
    Victor Borge concludes his co-hosting duties; guests aree actor Martin Landau and his wife actress Barbara Bain, French singer Rene Simard and former Miss America turned singer Vonda Van Dyke, Plus the conclusion of the pre-recorded interview of the Lucky Lady cast Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman and stunt pilot Frank Tallman.moreless
  • September 11, 1975
    September 11, 1975
    Episode 9
    9/11/75
    8.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Howard Cosell, football player Jack Lee, Chuck Mangione and his orchestra and Victor's son Victor Bernhard Borge. Also: a filmed interview with Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds, Gene Hackman and actor John Hillerman.
  • September 10, 1975
    September 10, 1975
    Episode 8
    9/10/75
    0.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts; guests are singer Trini Lopez, actor Earl Holliman and members of the 27th Lancers, a drum-and-bugle corps.
  • September 9, 1975
    September 9, 1975
    Episode 7
    9/9/75
    0.0
    Victor Borge co-hosts; guest is Opera singer Marylyn Mulvey, singer Jim Stafford, attorney and manualist John Twomey, musicans Wally Pikal and Buddy Click and a pre-recorded interview with Burt Reynolds and stunt man Hal Needham.
  • Week of September 8, 1975
    9/8/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is pianist Victor Borge (Week of 08Sep75-12Sep75); guests are cellist Jascha Silberstein, former All-Pro football player Mike Reid and Robert Whiteside author of "Face Language". Also a pre-recorded interview with Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds and Gene Hackman for their movie Lucky Lady.
  • September 5, 1975
    September 5, 1975
    Episode 5
    9/5/75
    0.0
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actresses Shelley Winters and Diane Ladd, actor Wayne Rogers , Dr. Ivan Popov and TV Guide regional manager James Kelley.
  • September 4, 1975
    September 4, 1975
    Episode 4
    9/4/75
    0.0
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons co-host; guests are actress Phyllis Newman, Washington socialite Martha Mitchell and comedian Louis Nye.
  • September 3, 1975
    September 3, 1975
    Episode 3
    9/3/75
    0.0
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons co-host; guests are Jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, singer Vic Damone, comic Stan Kann, racing team of Lou Sipolt Jr., Mike Sipolt and Sparky Sipolt, The Airmen of Note and The Air Force Jazz Band.
  • September 2, 1975
    September 2, 1975
    Episode 2
    9/2/75
    0.0
    Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons co-host; guests are comedian George Kirby, comedienne Brett Somers and singer Adam Wade, congresswoman Bella Abzug, feminist Gloria Steinem and Pot-Top Terp.
  • Week of September 1, 1975
    9/1/75
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons (Week of 01Sep75-05Sep75); guests are singer Bobby Goldsboro, comedienne Jo Anne Worley and her husband actor Roger Perry, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus, reporter Geraldo Rivera and Joe Namath's mother Rose Szolnoki.
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