Charlie's Angels actor David Doyle co-hosts; guests are actor Tom Bosley, comedienne Jo Anne Worley, The Lawrence Welk Show singers Guy and Ralna and beauty expert Adrien Arpel.
Guy and Ralna sing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".
Mike's co-host today is Taxi actor Jeff Conaway; guests are Jeff's co-star in the movie Grease singer-actress Olivia Newton John and her sister Rona who is Jeff's wife, pianist George Shearing, 17-year old comedian Byron Allen and Dr. Art Ulene.
Olivia Newton-John sings "Totally Hot".
Jeff sings "City Boy".
David Brenner concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Dick Martin, singers Rosemary Clooney, Helen O'Connell and Margaret Whiting and health food faddist Gypsy Boots.
David Brenner co-hosts; guests actors Elliott Gould and John Schuck, Dr. Hook, Leland Agon, Gene Pingle the World record holder of 1977 for peeling 50 pounds of onions in 31 minutes and Jim Springer and Jim Lewis, identical twins that were separated at birth first met in February 9, 1979 after 39 years.
Dr. Hook performs "Sharing the Night Together".
Elliott flips pancakes in a pancake race.
Columnist James Bacon co-hosts; guests are actor Alan Arkin and Barbara Arkin, comedian Freddie Roman, Country singer Bill Anderson, author Ben Hunter and insect trainer Tim Donaldson.
Bill Anderson sings "Double S".
Columnist Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are model Bianca Jagger, actress Diana Dors, singer Deniece Williams, comedian Dick Schaal and Ross Murray a sound-effects expert.
Deniece Williams sings "Free."
Allan Carr co-hosts, guests are actress Valerie Perrine, composer Marvin Hamlisch, singer Judy Collins, entertainment columnist Jack Martin and an acrobat troupe.
Judy Collins sings "Hard Times for Lovers".
Joyce DeWitt co-hosts; guests are singer Tony Bennett, actor Richard Kline, entertainer Charo, boxer Larry Holmes and tennis clothes designer Ted Tinling.
Tony Bennett sings "Just in Time".
Glen Campbell co-hosts; guests are Country singer Mel Tillis, The Ropers stars actor Norman Fell and actress Audra Lindley, comedian Lonnie Shorr, fiddler Jana Jacoby and etiquette expert Marjabelle Stewart.
Glen Campbell sings "Let's All Sing a Song About It".
The Lennon Sisters co-host; guests are actor Beau Bridges, actress Blair Brown, comedian Joe Restivo, the Reverend Oral Roberts and Country singer Johnny Paycheck.
The Lennon Sisters perform "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".
Mike's co-host today is actor Sean Connery; guests are actress Natalie Wood, actor Michael Keaton, funk group Rose Royce, Country singer Dottie West, Joyce Burditt author of "The Cracker Factory", body-builders Franco Columbo and his wife Anita and the Berosini's Arabian Horses and Camels.
Rose Royce sing "Love Don't Live Here Anymore."
Ricardo Montalban co-hosts; guests are President Gerald Ford who is interviewed in Palm Springs, California, singer Susan Anton, actress Lynn Redgrave, actor Pat Harrington and Bonnie Cortez.
Susan Anton sings "Sometimes When We Touch" and "Then Came You".
Brooke Shields co-hosts; guests are comedienne Lucie Arnaz, actress Sally Field, comedian Robert Klein, Dr. Neal Olshan author of "Phobia Free & Flying High" and trainer Lew Burke with his dog Shecky. Plus regulars, announcer Jay Stewart and Joe Massimino and the band.
From Palm Springs, taped at the Bob Hope Desert Classic golf tournament. Bob Hope co-hosts; guests are former President Gerald Ford, actor Jack Lemmon, professional golfers Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino, bandleader Lawrence Welk and producer Gary Morton.
Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are Baseball manager of the LA Dodgers Tommy Lasorda, Jim Fowler host of Wild Kingdom, singer Bonnie Pointer and Frank Abagnale former trickster, forger and escape artist.
Bonnie Pointer sings "Free Me from My Freedom".
Michael Learned co-hosts; guests are actor Kurt Russell, actress Cloris Leachman, magician Mark Wilson, entertainer Toni Lamond and Jazz musician Will Parker.
Toni Lamond sings "L.O.V.E.".
Red Skelton co-hosts; guests are singer Anthony Newley, actress Jennifer O'Neill with her daughter actress Amy O'Neill, impersonator Stan Lemkuil and Kathy Crumbley the first female Sheriff in the State of Ohio.
Red shows a few of his clown paintings.
Mike's co-host today is The Waltons star actress Michael Learned ; guests are actor Christopher Reeve, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, hair stylist Vidal Sassoon and his wife Beverly Sassoon and dog trainer Frank Inn with Benji.
Mike sings "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing".
Eartha Kitt sings "C'est Si Bon".
Johnny Mathis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor McLean Stevenson, singer Jose Feliciano, juggler Michael Marlin, songstress Anna-Maria Alberghetti, computerized piano player Charles Blankenship and gardening expert Jerry Baker. Also: demonstrations of computers that analyze golf swings and play the piano.
Johnny sings "Begin the Beguine".
Anna Maria Alberghetti sings "Daybreak".
Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actress Susan Sarandon, composer Henry Mancini, television writer Jeannine Burnier, Julia Weinberg author of "Gourmet Bouquet", Joan Embery from the San Diego Zoo and a salute to Mickey Mouse with Laura Yager.
Laura Yager sings "I Grew Up On Mickey Mouse".
Johnny performs a medley of Henry's songs including "Moon River".
Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actor Paul Sorvino, singer Deniece Williams, impressionist Fred Travalena, Country singer Larry Gatlin and Norm N. Nite author of the "Rock On!" series of books.
Johnny sings "Morning of My Life".
Johnny and Deniece duet with "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late".
Larry Gatlin performs "I've Done Enough Dyin' Today".
Deniece Williams sings "Touch Me Again".
Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actresses Michael Learned and Victoria Principal, Jazz musician Stan Getz, comedian Pat Cooper, Indian film and television actor Kabir Bedi and playwright Michael McGiveney.
Johnny and Stan perform "The Girl From Ipanema".
Mike's co-host this week is singer Johnny Mathis (Week of 29Jan79-02Feb79); guests are comedian Robert Klein, TV game show host Bob Eubanks, Mezzo-soprano Brenda Boozer, comic Stan Kann, harpist Thelma Owen and Dr. Sam Janus.
Johnny sings "You'll Never Know" and "Come Sunday."
Benson star Robert Guillaume co-hosts; guests are actress Mackenzie Phillips, impressionist Fred Travalena, Jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, Pierre Berton author of "The Dionne Years" and Ralph Helfer with snakes from the Gentle Jungle.
Flo star Polly Holliday co-hosts; guests are actor Vic Tayback, entertainer Bob Hope, actress Lee Meriwether, singer Kelly Garrett, actor Michael Keaton, comedian Foster Brooks and Miss X. Also: a discussion of prescription-drug abuse.
Kelly sings "Something's Comin' Up" and "Since I Fell for You."
Soap star Billy Crystal co-hosts; guests are Stars Wars special effects director John Dykstra, singer-actor Anson Williams and his wife singer Lorrie Mahaffey, comic Rip Taylor and animal trainer Ralph Helfer.
Lorrie sings "Love Breakdown.
Mike's co-hosts this week are television stars. Today's co-host is Vegas star Robert Urich; guests are The Lennon Sisters, The Hudson Brothers, singer Enzo Stuarti and Dr. Eugene Mathias.
The Lennon Sisters sing "You Are So Beautiful" and "Mr. Melody".
Enzo Stuarti sings "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife".
Dick Martin co-hosts; guests are actor George Kennedy, The Bay City Rollers, actor Jimmy McNichol, ventriloquist Jay Johnson, Frederick Nolan author of "The Algonquin Project", Horace Woodring driver of General George S. Patton's limousine and tarantulas from the Gentle Jungle.
The Bay City Rollers perform "Back on the Street" and "Love Brought Me Such a Magical Thing."
Mike celebrates the 17th anniversary of his show. Mike's co-host this week is comedian Dick Martin (Week of 08Jan79-12Jan79); guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, singer-actor Robert Goulet, comedian Jack Carter, actor-comedian Jim Backus and impressionists Roger and Roger. Also: highlights from past shows.
Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth of Days of Our Lives co-host; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, magician Judy Carter, singer O.C. Smith, Dick Selzer author of "Star Treatment" and beauty consultant Gloria Heidi.
O.C. sings "Love to Burn."
Jaime Lyn Bauer and John McCook of The Young and the Restless co-host; guests are actress Elke Sommer and her husband Joe Hyams author of "The Pool", comedian Jackie Gayle, impressionist Bob Anderson, singer Oliver and Dr. William Nolen.
Susan Lucci and Richard Shoberg of All My Children co-host; guests are comedienne Brett Somers, singer Eric Carmen, actress Laurette Spang, actor Herb Jefferson and costume designer Jean Pierre Dorlene on the "Battlestar Galactica" set.
Eric Carmen sings "Change of Heart".
Mike's co-hosts this week are Soap Opera couples. Today's co-hosts are Rita Walter and Dennis Cooney of As the World Turns; guests are actor Red Buttons, actress Eva Marie Saint, columnist Ann Landers and singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor.
Livingston Taylor sings "I Will Be in Love with You" and "Lost in the Love of You".
Carroll O'Connor concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Mac Davis, comedian George Carlin, actresses Danielle Brisebois and Karen Grassle and author Carolyn Craven.
Mac Davis sings "The Greatest Love of All".
Danielle Brisebois sings "Tomorrow".
Carroll O'Connor co-hosts; guests are actress Jean Stapleton, magician Doug Henning, singer Bill Medley, comedian Gallagher and The Temptations.
Jean and Carroll sing "I Remember It Well."
Henry Winkler co-hosts; guests are actress Mary Tyler Moore, comedian Kip Adotta, Dan Greenburg author of "Love Kills" and Mr. Gum Drop.
Carroll O'Connor co-hosts; guests are producer Norman Lear, The Brothers Johnson, comedian Marty Allen, comic Stan Kann, lawyer F. Lee Bailey and the finalists of the National Enquirer Ugly Mug Contest.
The Brothers Johnson perform "So Won't You Stay."
Mike's co-host is All in the Family star Carroll O'Connor; guests are actor Ray Milland, singer-actor James Darren, the comedy duo of Roger and Roger, Stephen Birmingham author of "Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis" and a demonstration of Benihana cooking.
James Darren sings "Good Times, Good Music, Good Friends" and "The Next Time."
Gavin MacLeod concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Gavin's wife Patti MacLeod, singer Andy Williams, actor Patrick McNee, Christina Crawford author of "Mommie Dearest", Jeff Kutash and the Dancin' Machine and folk dance group Kim Marsh Dancers.
Gavin MacLeod co-hosts; guests are actor Leonard Nimoy, actress Jill Ireland, Taxi actor Jeff Conaway, R&B band Switch, singer Alex Marley and a visit to the set of Battlestar Galactica with Terry Carter and Maren Jensen.
Switch performs "There'll Never Be".
Gavin MacLeod co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Stack, singer-actress Pia Zadora, magicians Falkenstein and Frances, Jonathan Price author of "The Best Thing on TV: Commercials", Dr. Champion K. Tautich and a visit to the set of Battlestar Galactica with Noah Hathaway.
Mike's co-host this week is Love Boat star actor Gavin MacLeod (Week of 04Dec78-08Dec78); guests are actor Anthony Hopkins, Eight is Enough actor Willie Aames, tennis coach Vic Braden, Love Boat co-star actor Bernie Kopell, Kool & The Gang and Taiwan acrobats The Chang Sisters.
David Gates co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Vaughn, actress Janet Leigh and her daughter actress Jamie Lee Curtis, impressionist-comedian Babe Pier, authors Irving Wallace and David Wallechinsky of "The People's Almanac No. 2".
David Gates sings "Took the Last Train".
Mike sings David's song "If".
Seals and Crofts co-host; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, actors Patrick O'Neal and Richard Paul, rock group Exile, Richard Matheson author of "What Dreams May Come" and bowling champ Dick Battista.
Seals and Crofts sing "We May Never Pass This Way Again".
Exile performs "Kiss You All Over".
Mike's co-hosts this week are the Music Industry's best. Today's co-host is velvet voiced singer Lou Rawls; guests are actor John Ritter, Jayne Kennedy host of "NFL Today", comedian Lonnie Shorr, singer Tommy Roe, Ron Dornsife author of "The Ticket Book" and martial arts stuntman Emil Farkas author of "Self-Defense for Women".
Lou sings "You'll Never Find Another Love like Mine" and "Lady Love."
From Las Vegas, Mike's guests are singer-songwriter Paul Anka, actor Robert Urich, Gladys Knight and the Pips, baritone Robert Merrill, singer Judy Angela, WBC heavyweight-boxing champion Larry Holmes and fight promoter Don King.
From Las Vegas, Mike's guests are actress Sandy Duncan, singer Bobby Vinton, comedians David Brenner and Norm Crosby, singer Judy Angela, showgirls from the Lido '78 revue and a tap-dance team.
Helen Reddy co-hosts; guests are Helen's sister Toni Lamond, actor Jim Backus, actress Pam Dawber, singer Nick Gilder, folksinger Stanley Lemkuil and entrepreneur John Aristotle Phillips, who designed an atomic bomb as a college research project.
Nick performs "Hot Child in the City."
Helen Reddy co-hosts; guests are actress Dionne Warwick, actors Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict on the set of Battlestar Galactica, comedian George Miller, tennis star Martina Navratilova and teaching pro Vic Braden.
Dionne Warwick sings "Look of Love".
Helen Reddy sings "Bluebird".
Helen Reddy co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Benjamin, singer Isaac Hayes, comedienne Elayne Boosler, actor Richard Hatch on the set of "Battlestar Galactica", Jerry and Rena Leblanc authors of "Suddenly Rich", Cindy Bengston, president of the Big Sister organization in Los Angeles and Judy Lutes with a baby walrus from Sea World.
Mike's co-host this week is singer Helen Reddy (Week of 13Nov78-17Nov78); guests are comedian Billy Crystal, actor Levar Burton, singer-songwriter Michael Johnson, Rosie Black and Lin Farley author of "Sexual Shakedown".
Michael Johnson sings "Bluer than Blue."
Ed Asner star of Lou Grant co-hosts; guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn, Olympic medalist Bruce Jenner and his wife Chrystie, Buffo the clown, stuntwoman Kitty O'Neal, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Norman Martin and his patient Connie Dziadkowsky.
Loretta Lynn sings "Crazy".
Karen Grassle of Little House on the Prairie co-hosts; guests are actress Jane Fonda, comic actor Harvey Korman, singer Gloria Loring, former football player turned actor Merlin Olsen, television and radio announcer Jay Stewart, Betty Rollin author of "First, You Cry" and Jean Zalon author of "I Am Whole Again" who discuss breast reconstruction.
Gloria Loring sings "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"
Roots star LeVar Burton co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, actress Elizabeth Ashley, actor Robert Logan and two graduates from John's summer camp for singers Erica Erekson and Frankie Lee make their debut.
The Waverly Wonders stars Dick Martin and Joe Namath co-host; guests are actor Robert Wagner, actress Ellen Burstyn, actor Joey Travolta, Jay Harris editor of a TV Guide retrospective and The Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders.
Mike's co-host this week are television stars. Today's co-host is Rhoda star actress Valerie Harper; guests are The Hudson Brothers, actor Joseph Bottoms, comedian Bobby Kelton, Steven Levenkron author of "The Best Little Girl in the World" and a hot-tub designer.
The Hudson Brothers perform "Disco Queen".
Lucille Ball concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Lucy's husband producer Gary Morton, entertainer Bob Hope, football star Joe Namath, singer Susan Anton, comedian Dick Martin and actress Melissa Sue Anderson.
Lucille Ball co-hosts; guests are Lucy's daughter actress Lucie Arnaz, actor Arthur Hill, singers Guy and Ralna of The Lawrence Welk Show, Melissa Sands author of "The Mistress' Survival Manual" and Carl Carlson.
Guy and Ralna do "Lean on Me."
Lucille Ball co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Florence Henderson, actors Gale Gordon and Gavin MacLeod and novelty act Bob Williams and Louie the dog.
Florence Henderson sings "Evergreen".
Lucille Ball co-hosts; guests are actress Sally Struthers, the singing duo Jan and Dean and ventriloquist Senor Wences.
Jan and Dean sing "Dead Man's Curve", "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena" and "Surf City."
Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Lucille Ball (Week of 30Oct78-03Nov78); guests are Lucy's son musician-actor Desi Arnaz Jr., actresses Natalie Wood and Katherine Helmond, actor Dick Van Patten and the comedy team of Roger and Roger.
Mike sings "Hey, Look Me Over."
Captain & Tennille conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer Sarah Vaughan, comic actor Richard Mulligan, actress Adrienne Barbeau, Dr. Joan Ullyot author of "Women's Running" and The Harlem Globetrotters.
Sarah Vaughan and Toni Tennille sing "I'm Old Fashioned".
Captain & Tennille co-host; guests are actor Robert Stack and wife Rosemarie Stack, actor-comedian Ron Palillo, tennis star Chris Evert and a display of unusual keyboard instruments.
The Captain and Tennille do "Lonely Night."
Captain & Tennille co-host; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, actor Vincent Price, body builder and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dr. George Fischbeck.
The Captain and Tennille perform "Good Enough".
Captain & Tennille co-host, guests are actor Richard Harris and his wife actress Ann Turkel, singer Bobby Goldsboro, actors James Franciscus, Ron Carey and Sal Viscuso and Ruth Carter Stapleton sister of President Jimmy Carter.
The Captain and Tennille do "Can't Stop Dancin'."
Mike's co-hosts this week are the Captain & Tennille (Week of 23Oct78-27Oct78); guests are actor Gregory Peck, actress Sandy Duncan, comedian Jeff Altman and California Angels pitcher Nolan Ryan and his wife Ruth. Also: Ben Abruzzo, Max Anderson and Larry Newman, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean in a helium balloon in August 1978.
The Captain and Tennille do "You Never Done It Like That."
Lynda Carter co-hosts; guests are actress Lillian Gish, twin sister actresses Deidre Hall and Andrea Hall Lovell, comedian Tom Dreesen, Dr. Betty Pletterbaum and trampoline act The Jumping Jacks.
From Hollywood, Mike's co-host this week is Wonder Woman star actress Lynda Carter (Week of 16Oct78-20Oct78); guests are actor Peter Ustinov, singers Janis Ian and Trini Lopez and models' agent Wilhelmina author of "New You".
Anthony Newley concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Joan Fontaine, singer Freda Payne, actors Bill Macy of "Maude"
and Sal Viscuso of "Soap" and cookbook author Michelle Evans. Also a demonstration by Hollywood stuntmen
Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, actor Ernest Borgnine and his wife Tove, actor Donny Mostof "Happy Days"
magician Al Lampkin, Louise Armstrong author of "Kiss Daddy Goodnight" and The Trammps.
The Trammps perform "Disco Inferno".
Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are actress Rita Moreno, comedian Alan King, baseball player John Cassidy, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and a juggler.
Anthony sings "Look at That Face".
Rita sings "Someone to Watch Over Me".
Anthony Newley co-hosts; guests are actress Lindsay Wagner and her manager Ron Samuels, actor Jeff Bridges, What's Happening! actress Danielle Spencer, actress Mariel Aragon, ventriloquist Jay Johnson and musician Sergio Mendes and Brasil '78.
Anthony sings "The Joker."
From Hollywood, Mike's co-host this week is singer Anthony Newley (09Oct78-13Oct78); guests are actor Charlton Heston, impressionist Fred Travalena, playwright Harold J. Kennedy author of "No Pickle, No Performance", swimmer Diana Nyad and fashion designer Bob Mackie.
Anthony and Fred sing "What Kind of Fool Am I?"
James Stewart co-hosts; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, actor Robert Conrad, actress Linda Lavin, actors Kristy McNichol, Jimmy McNichol and Scott Baio of "Who's Watching the Kids?" and 2-year-old golfer Tiger Woods and his father Earl Woods.
Bob Hope challenges Tiger to a putting contest.
James Stewart co-hosts; guests are Judy Stewart, director Frank Capra, actor Fred MacMurray, Fred's daughter actress Katie MacMurray, comic Stan Kann and disco group The Sylvers.
The Sylvers perform "Come Dance with Me."
James Stewart co-hosts; guests are his wife Gloria Stewart, comedienne Lucille Ball, comedian-actor Billy Crystal, magician David Copperfield, actress Joyce DeWitt of Three's Company, actor Ray Buktenica of Rhoda and the disco group A Taste of Honey.
A Taste of Honey does "Boogie Oogie Oogie."
Jimmy Stewart co-hosts, bandleader Lawrence Welk, actor Joel Grey, singer Evelyn "Champagne" King, comedienne-actress Shirley Hemphill of What's Happening?, animal behaviorist Michael Fox and a trick skater from the Ice Follies.
Jimmy and Lawrence play an accordion duet.
Mike's co-host this week is actor Jimmy Stewart (Week of 02Oct78-06Oct78); guests are actor Burt Reynolds, comedienne Carol Burnett, actor Chad Everett, singer Anne Murray, comedian Kip Addotta and Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley.
Mike sings "Alone at the End of the Rainbow."
Cheryl Ladd concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne-actress Madeline Kahn, Ballet stars Valery and Galina Panov, singing group The Manhattans, comedian Alan Bursky and gardening expert and author Suzanne Pierot.
Cheryl sings "Think It Over"
The Manhattans perform "Everybody Has a Dream".
Cheryl Ladd co-hosts; guests are actress Brenda Vaccaro, singer Mel Torme, comedian Jackie Gayle, singer-songwriter Van McCoy and photographer John Engstead.
Mel Torme sings "Chicago".
Van McCoy performs "My Favorite Fantasy".
Cheryl Ladd co-hosts; guests are actor Steve Kanaly, actress Charlene Tilton, comedian Kip Adotta, columnist Liz Smith, acappella group Tuxedo Junction, Dance school students George Murray and Marcia Hyland and Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich.
Tuxedo Junction performs "Chattanooga Choo Choo".
Cheryl Ladd co-hosts; guests are Cheryl's husband producer David Ladd, actors Dick Van Patten and Donny Most, Country singer Tom T. Hall, television commercial actor Jack Eagle, fitness expert Bobby Hinds and belly dancer Tatiana.
Tom T. Hall performs "Mr. Bojangles" and "I Wish I Loved Somebody Else".
Mike's co-host this week is Charlie's Angels actress Cheryl Ladd (Week of 18Sep78-22Sep78); guests are actor Abe Vigoda, comedian Tom Dreesen, fashion designer Bob Mackie, Judith Krantz author of "Scruples" and pop group Celebration featuring Mike Love.
Celebration featuring Mike Love perform "It's Almost Summer".
Robert Blake co-hosts; guests are his wife Sondra Blake and son and daughter, singer-dancer-actress Rita Moreno, Blues singer B.B. King and feminist-activist Germaine Greer.
B.B. King performs "Don't Look Down"
Rita Moreno performs "You Better Sit Down Kids"
Robert Blake co-hosts; guests are actor Gavin MacLeod, Soap actors Cathryn Damon and Richard Mulligan, actress-writer Jeannine Burnier, The Spinners, Dr. Joseph Schorr and World champion bronc-busting cowboy Casey Tibbs.
The Spinners sing "Heaven on Earth".
From the new studios in Hollywood, Mike's co-host this week is actor Robert Blake; guests are singer Tony Orlando, singer-songwriter Tom Sullivan, comedian Tom Dreesen and the Captain and Tennille.
Captain and Tennille perform "Sad Eyes".