The Mike Douglas Show - Season 5

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Episode Guide

  • September 6, 1965
    September 6, 1965
    Episode 1
    9/6/65
    0.0

    Vic Damone co-hosts, guests are comedienne-actress Vivian Vance, actor John Gavin, Silent era actor Sheldon Lewis and Governor Scranton.

  • September 7, 1965
    September 7, 1965
    Episode 2
    9/7/65
    0.0

    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are actress Arlene Dahl, actor Dan Dailey, comedian Wally Cox and singer and Broadway performer Jack Delon.

  • September 8, 1965
    September 8, 1965
    Episode 3
    9/8/65
    0.0
    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are singer Morgana King,comedian-actor Skip Young, drummer Gene Krupa and Evelyn Lincoln, late President Kennedy's secretary who discusses her new book about JFK. Highlights: Songs performed are: "Theme (Starburst)", "Dark Eyes" and "Drum Boogie".
  • September 9, 1965
    September 9, 1965
    Episode 4
    9/9/65
    0.0
    Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are TV journalist Barbara Walters, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, singer Bobby Rydell and anthropologist Ashley Montagu author of "Life Before Birth".
  • September 10, 1965
    September 10, 1965
    Episode 5
    9/10/65
    0.0
    Vic Damone concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Peggy King, toastmaster George Jessel, The Backporch Majority, singing group and Mr. and Mrs. James Grady who pledge their truth for the 17th time.
  • Week of September 13, 1965
    9/13/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Cliff Arquette (Week of 13Sep65-17Sep65); guests are Country singer Roy Clark, actress Ilka Chase and comedian Sandy Baron.
  • September 14, 1965
    September 14, 1965
    Episode 7
    9/14/65
    0.0
    Cliff Arquette co-hosts; guests are Country singer Roger Miller, singer Billy Eckstine and Dr. Kenneth B. Clark author of "Dark Ghetto" discusses the Negro problem.
  • September 15, 1965
    September 15, 1965
    Episode 8
    9/15/65
    0.0
    Cliff Arquette co-hosts; guests are Jersey Joe Walcott ex-heavy weight Boxing champion, singer Jean-Paul Vignon and songstress Susan Barrett.
  • September 16, 1965
    September 16, 1965
    Episode 9
    9/16/65
    0.0
    Cliff Arquette co-hosts; guests are The Clinger Sisters, comedian Alan King, TV host Bert Convy and Miss "16" of America.
  • September 17, 1965
    September 17, 1965
    Episode 10
    9/17/65
    0.0
    Cliff Arquette concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Zina Bethune, actor Elliott Gould, journalist Lindsay Davis and chef Walter Jetton.
  • Week of September 20, 1965
    9/20/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Carol Lawrence (Week of 20Sep65-24Sep65); guests are her husband singer-actor Robert Goulet, comedian Norm Crosby and Country singer Mel Tillis.
  • September 21, 1965
    September 21, 1965
    Episode 12
    9/21/65
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are singer Vaughn Monroe, the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, Kathryn and Arthur Murray and Marie Torre. Carol's mother gives Mike a cooking lesson.
  • September 22, 1965
    September 22, 1965
    Episode 13
    9/22/65
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are author Pearl S. Buck, Bruce Scott, actress Geraldine Fitzgerald, pianist Peter Duchin and the comedy cast from the album "You Don't Have to Be Jewish".
  • September 23, 1965
    September 23, 1965
    Episode 14
    9/23/65
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are actor Andy Devine, singer-actor Frankie Avalon, singer Glen Campbell and Dr. Carlo Valenti medical researcher in the area of "unborn patients".
  • September 24, 1965
    September 24, 1965
    Episode 15
    9/24/65
    0.0
    Carol Lawrence concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Robert Goulet, comedian George Carlin, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, composer Henry Mancini and Dr. Brothers speaks about sex education for children.
  • Week of September 27, 1965
    9/27/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-actress Kaye Ballard; guests are actor Robert Vaughn, singer Nancy Sinatra, comedienne Joan Rivers and folksingers Addiss & Crofut.
  • September 28, 1965
    September 28, 1965
    Episode 17
    9/28/65
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are actor Cornel Wilde and his wife actress Jean Wallace, singers The Spokesmen, Metropolitan Opera Singer Eileen Farrell and explorer William Willis.
  • September 29, 1965
    September 29, 1965
    Episode 18
    9/29/65
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are Rod Serling, Jazz singer Morgana King, The Four Preps and child psychologist Dr. Louise Bates Ames. Dr. Ames talks about children who torment their parents.
  • September 30, 1965
    September 30, 1965
    Episode 19
    9/30/65
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are Olympic track champion Wilma Rudolph, comedian Eddie Lawrence ("The Old Philosopher"), the cast of the off-Broadway Cole Porter Revue, former middle-weight champion boxer Sugar Ray Robinson and a Washington D.C. housewife who claims to have seen flying saucers.
  • October 1, 1965
    October 1, 1965
    Episode 20
    10/1/65
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Mary Stuart from Search For Tomorrow, singer Randy Sparks, comedian George McKelvey, singer Enid Mosler and Dr. Francis Horwich former moderator of "Ding Dong School" discusses the PTA.
  • Week of October 4, 1965
    10/4/65
    9.5
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Phyllis Diller; guests are actress Pat Woodell of Peticoat Junction, journalist, author and political interviewer Oriana Fallaci author of "The Useless Sex", dancer Rod Strong and violinists The Heller Sisters who perform a Bach Concerto.
  • October 5, 1965
    October 5, 1965
    Episode 22
    10/5/65
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are singer Anita Bryant, Jazz organist Jimmy Smith, comedian Bernie Berns, fashion designer Emilio Pucci and dentist Dr. Edward Gilberg who discusses the new proper way to care for your teeth.
  • October 6, 1965
    October 6, 1965
    Episode 23
    10/6/65
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller co-hosts. guests are The Womenfolk, instructor Franco Jelinere, Olympic champion high jumper John Thomas and Dr. George Crane, expert on childhood sicknesses.
  • October 7, 1965
    October 7, 1965
    Episode 24
    10/7/65
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are designer Omar of Omaha, TV moderator Dave Garroway, singer Carmel Quinn, Leslie Scott and acrobats, The Three Little Bakers.
  • October 8, 1965
    October 8, 1965
    Episode 25
    10/8/65
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Robert Morse, pianist Errol Garner, comedian Louis Nye and Dr. Frank E. Johnston, Professor of Anthropology tells how body type can indicate personality.
  • Week of October 11, 1965
    10/11/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is famed silent screen actress Tallulah Bankhead. Guests include singer Jerry Vale, actor Ted Hartley and folksinging group The Serendipity Singers.
  • October 12, 1965
    October 12, 1965
    Episode 27
    10/12/65
    0.0
    Tallulah Bankhead co-hosts; guests are singer Solomon King, The Brockton Family Singers, Louise Day Hicks and Mr. America.
  • October 11, 1966
    October 11, 1966
    Episode 27
    10/11/66
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host; guests are singer Charles Aznavour, songstress Peggy March and attorney Joseph T. Schmidt who discusses estate planning.
  • October 13, 1965
    October 13, 1965
    Episode 28
    10/13/65
    0.0
    Tallulah Bankhead co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Palance, singer Glenn Yarbrough, novelty singer Anna Russell and Ted Sorensen author of "Kennedy".
  • October 12, 1966
    October 12, 1966
    Episode 28
    10/12/66
    0.0
    Mike and co-hosts Ozzie and Harriet Nelson welcome Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey who is the surprise guest during a visit to the program of news analyst Harry Reasoner and comic Steve Mills.
  • October 14, 1965
    October 14, 1965
    Episode 29
    10/14/65
    0.0
    Tallulah Bankhead co-hosts; guests are actress Estelle Winwood, The Barry Sisters, ventriloquist Russ Lewis, card trick expert John Scarne and "Higgins" the performing dog from the TV show Petticoat Junction.
  • October 13, 1966
    October 13, 1966
    Episode 29
    10/13/66
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host; guests are actress-singer Sally Ann Howes, blues singer Jimmy Nelson and Kyle Rote, former All-American and all-time great of the New York Giants, who recently wrote a book "The Language of Pro Football"
  • October 15, 1965
    October 15, 1965
    Episode 30
    10/15/65
    0.0
    Tallulah Bankhead concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are attorney Melvin Belli and jazz pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines.
  • Week of October 18, 1965
    10/18/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Florence Henderson (Week of 18Oct65-22Oct65); guests are comedian Dick Gregory and singer Al Martino.
  • October 19, 1965
    October 19, 1965
    Episode 32
    10/19/65
    0.0
    Florence Henderson co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Lansing, comedian Pinky Lee, William Haast author of "Cobras in His Garden" and Kurt and Julie Lerke a couple from Whitehouse, New Jersey who adopted many children. Highlights: Florence Henderson sings "I Get a Kick Out of You". Mike sings "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love". Mike & Florence duet with "People Will Say We're in Love". Robert Lansing talks about leaving his TV series Twelve O'Clock High, poetry, meeting Robert Frost and his personal history. Pinky Lee tap dances and performs sketches with Florence Henderson and Robert Lansing. Florence sings a medley of "Together", "Make Someone Happy", "76 Trombones", "Goodnight, My Someone" and "Hey Look Me Over". Mike with a copy of LOOK magazines article "Nine unadoptable children joined by love", introduces Kurt & Julie Lerke and presents them with a refrigerator and frozen foods. Mike sings "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody" with Pinky Lee dancing. Florence sings "Getting to Know You". Pinky Lee performs some silly songs. Robert Lansing plays the drums.moreless
  • October 20, 1965
    October 20, 1965
    Episode 33
    10/20/65
    0.0
    Florence Henderson co-hosts; guests are singer Eddie Fisher, TV hostess Virginia Graham and folk music duo Joe & Eddie.
  • October 21, 1965
    October 21, 1965
    Episode 34
    10/21/65
    0.0
    Florence Henderson co-hosts; guests are comedian Jackie Vernon, singer Joe Williams, Jazz saxophonist Dick Stabile, Bubble gum artist Phil Bloom and Dr. Bergen Evans who speaks about school dropouts and introduces his son Derek a college dropout.
  • October 22, 1965
    October 22, 1965
    Episode 35
    10/22/65
    0.0
    Florence Henderson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Jim "Mudcat" Grant pitcher of the Minnesota Twins.
  • Week of October 25, 1965
    10/25/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is humorist Sam Levenson (Week of 25Oct65-29Oct65); guests are Gary Lewis and the Playboys and director Otto Preminger.
  • October 26, 1965
    October 26, 1965
    Episode 37
    10/26/65
    0.0
    Sam Levenson co-hosts; guests are actor Cornel Wilde, singer Peggy King, vocalists The Teachers and Caspar Jay with his computing dog Georgie.
  • October 27, 1965
    October 27, 1965
    Episode 38
    10/27/65
    0.0
    Sam Levenson co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Laine, actress Lilia Skala, comedian Professor Backwards, Jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, 21-year-old British detective Susan Gaughan and Caspar Jay with his computing dog Georgie.
  • October 28, 1965
    October 28, 1965
    Episode 39
    10/28/65
    0.0
    Sam Levenson co-hosts; guests are singer Frank Sinatra Jr., Jazz musician Sam Donahue and Caspar Jay with his computing dog Georgie.
  • October 29, 1965
    October 29, 1965
    Episode 40
    10/29/65
    0.0
    Sam Levenson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Liza Minelli, author of "Up the Down Staircase" Bel Kaufman, pianists The Marlow Twins, Sid Cites who directs the National Pretzel Institute and Caspar Jay with his computing dog Georgie.
  • Week of November 1, 1965
    11/1/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Zsa Zsa Gabor (Week of 01Nov65-05Nov65); guests are Olympic gold medalist Pole-vaulter, Bob Richards aka The Vaulting Vicar and singer Charles Aznavour.
  • November 2, 1965
    November 2, 1965
    Episode 42
    11/2/65
    0.0
    Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts; guests are singer Billy Daniels, The Four Freshmen and former football player turned sportscaster Kyle Rote.
  • November 3, 1965
    November 3, 1965
    Episode 43
    11/3/65
    0.0
    Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts; guests are actor Bob Cummings, actress Elsa Lanchester, author Joyce Lubold, and The Supremes. Highlights: The Supremes perform "Back In My Arms Again" and "I Hear A Symphony".
  • November 4, 1965
    November 4, 1965
    Episode 44
    11/4/65
    0.0
    Zsa Zsa Gabor co-hosts; guests are actor Pernell Roberts, Bitter End Singers, The Ritts Puppets and Tom Shelnick author of "Above and Below".
  • November 5, 1965
    November 5, 1965
    Episode 45
    11/5/65
    0.0
    Zsa Zsa Gabor concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, drummer Jonathan Karas and author, journalist and playwright Elaine Kendall.
  • Week of November 8, 1965
    11/8/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Shelley Winters (Week of 08Nov65-12Nov65); guests are comedian Jackie Mason and actor Brock Peters.
  • November 9, 1965
    November 9, 1965
    Episode 47
    11/9/65
    0.0
    Shelley Winters co-hosts; guests are actor Roger Smith, singer Lesley Gore and Dr. Bergen Evans.
  • November 10, 1965
    November 10, 1965
    Episode 48
    11/10/65
    0.0
    Shelley Winters co-hosts; guests are satirist Allan Sherman, The Kingston Trio and singer Danny Meehan.
  • November 11, 1965
    November 11, 1965
    Episode 49
    11/11/65
    0.0
    Shelley Winters co-hosts; guests are actor Charles Bickford and singer-dancer Juliet Prowse.
  • November 12, 1965
    November 12, 1965
    Episode 50
    11/12/65
    0.0
    Shelley Winters concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are pianist Jose Melis, actress Patricia Morrison, singer Robbie Martin and artist Henry Koerner.
  • Week of November 15, 1965
    11/15/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Mel Torme (Week of 15Nov65-19Nov65); guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard and The New Christy Minstrels.
  • November 16, 1965
    November 16, 1965
    Episode 52
    11/16/65
    0.0
    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are actress Bette Davis, singer-actress Gloria DeHaven and Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.
  • November 18, 1965
    November 18, 1965
    Episode 54
    11/18/65
    0.0
    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Shani Wallis, comedian Murray Roman, The Four Seasons and judo experts Ruth and Nick Horan.
  • November 19, 1965
    November 19, 1965
    Episode 55
    11/19/65
    0.0
    Mel Torme concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Arlene Dahl, comedienne Totie Fields, Dr. Bergen Evans and field secretary of War Registers League David McReynolds who discusses the controversial question of civil disobedience.
  • Week of November 22, 1965
    11/22/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Mr. Television himself comedian Milton Berle (Week of 22Nov65-26Nov65); guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and exercise expert Debbie Drake.
  • November 23, 1965
    November 23, 1965
    Episode 57
    11/23/65
    0.0
    Milton Berle co-hosts; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, actor Michael Lipton star on TV's soap As the World Turns, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers and rock 'n' roll group Freddie and the Dreamers.
  • November 24, 1965
    November 24, 1965
    Episode 58
    11/24/65
    0.0
    Milton Berle co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, comedian Sid Stone and Malcolm Browne author of "The New Face of War".
  • November 25, 1965
    November 25, 1965
    Episode 59
    11/25/65
    0.0
    Milton Berle co-hosts; guests are The DeJohn Sisters, comedian Al Kelly, Heloise author of the column "Hints from Heloise" and chef Eddie Doucette.
  • November 26, 1965
    November 26, 1965
    Episode 60
    11/26/65
    0.0
    Milton Berle concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Paul Anka, double-talk expert comic Al Kelly, comedian George Kirby and astrologist Sydney Omarr.
  • Week of November 29, 1965
    11/29/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Della Reese (Week of 29Nov65-03Dec65); guest is humorist Sam Levenson.
  • November 30, 1965
    November 30, 1965
    Episode 62
    11/30/65
    0.0
    Della Reese co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Ethel Waters, actor Gardner McKay, golfer singer Don Cherry, comedian Monte Landis and Du Val and Trina who perform acrobatic feats.
  • December 1, 1965
    December 1, 1965
    Episode 63
    12/1/65
    0.0
    Della Reese co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Robert Merrill, singer Ronnie Dove, skiing instructor Bonnie Prudden and psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Blain who discusses the necessity of frequent checkups for better mental health.
  • December 2, 1965
    December 2, 1965
    Episode 64
    12/2/65
    0.0
    Della Reese co-hosts; guests are folksingers Peter, Paul and Mary, comedienne Totie Fields, comedian Digby Wolfe and science writer Lloyd Mailan who talks about the Russian spacewalk and his theory that it was faked.
  • December 3, 1965
    December 3, 1965
    Episode 65
    12/3/65
    0.0
    Della Reese concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Marty Ingels, singer Ted Lewis and rock 'n' roll group Little Anthony and the Imperials.
  • Week of December 6, 1965
    12/6/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Louis Nye (Week of 06Dec65-10Dec65); guests are musician Florian Zabach, the Do Re Mi Childrens Chorus and Dr. Marvin A. Block. Mike and Louis stage a go-cart race.
  • December 7, 1965
    December 7, 1965
    Episode 67
    12/7/65
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are the musical comedy team of Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, singer Len Barry, violinist Florian Zabach, Ed Ferrar and his Aquatic Cars and Morton Mintz who speaks about his book "The Therapeutic Nightmare" in which he discusses marketed drugs.
  • December 8, 1965
    December 8, 1965
    Episode 68
    12/8/65
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, actress Anita Gillette, pocket billard champion Bill Stator, author Arthur Schlesinger Jr. of "A Thousand Days" and cook Dolores Palmer who shows how to carve meats and a Holiday turkey.
  • December 9, 1965
    December 9, 1965
    Episode 69
    12/9/65
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer Tony Bennett, cornet-player Bobby Hackett and magician Marshall Brodien and his assistant Lewnya Salami.
  • December 10, 1965
    December 10, 1965
    Episode 70
    12/10/65
    0.0
    Louis Nye concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are satirist David Frost, comedian Sandy Baron, puppeteer Bil Baird and singer Jill Corey.
  • Week of December 13, 1965
    12/13/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Ethel Merman (Week of 13Dec65-17Dec65); guest is actor Van Johnson.
  • December 14, 1965
    December 14, 1965
    Episode 72
    12/14/65
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are comedian London Lee, Chaplain Malcolm Boyd author of "Are You Running With Me, Jesus?" and Air Force combat dogs demonstrate defense techniques.
  • December 14, 1965
    December 14, 1965
    Episode 72
    12/14/65
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are comedian London Lee, Chaplain Malcolm Boyd author of "Are You Running With Me, Jesus?" and Air Force combat dogs demonstrate defense techniques.
  • December 15, 1965
    December 15, 1965
    Episode 73
    12/15/65
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are musician-singer Mitch Miller, singer Buddy Russell, astrologist Sydney Omarr and the Korean Orphan choir.
  • December 16, 1965
    December 16, 1965
    Episode 74
    12/16/65
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are actor-photographer Roddy McDowall, comedian Godfrey Cambridge and obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Herbert Jaffin who speaks about artificial insemination.
  • December 17, 1965
    December 17, 1965
    Episode 75
    12/17/65
    0.0
    Ethel Merman concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Dan Dailey, comedian Billy DeWolfe, singer Benay Venuta, composer Cy Coleman, the world land-speed record holder Craig Breedlove and Col. George Walter author of "The Wasted Generation".
  • Week of December 20, 1965
    12/20/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is ventriloquist Shari Lewis (Week of 20Dec65-24Dec65); guests are singer Miriam Makeba, comedian Jonathan Miller, designer Teal Traina and Cindy Adams author of "Sukarno".
  • December 21, 1965
    December 21, 1965
    Episode 77
    12/21/65
    0.0
    Shari Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer Julius LaRosa, comedian Joey Forman, gymnast Muriel Davis Grossfield and singer Lenny Welch.
  • December 22, 1965
    December 22, 1965
    Episode 78
    12/22/65
    0.0
    Shari Lewis co-hosts; guests are actor Van Johnson, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Ramsey Lewis Trio, comedian Sonny Fox and March of Dimes poster girl Lori Wagner.
  • December 23, 1965
    December 23, 1965
    Episode 79
    12/23/65
    0.0
    Shari Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer Jean-Paul Vignon, Dr. Benjamin Spock author of "Problems of Parents" and the comedy team of Schreiber and Burns.
  • December 24, 1965
    December 24, 1965
    Episode 80
    12/24/65
    0.0
    Shari Lewis concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Judy Collins, the comedy team of Burns and Schreiber, handwriting analyst Dorothy Sara and Dr. Theodore Tsaltas, Professor of Pathology discusses kidney disease.
  • Week of December 27, 1965
    12/27/65
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Bobby Rydell (Week of 27Dec65-31Dec65); guests are comedian Professor Irwin Corey, sports announcer for the Philadelphia Flyers National Hockey team Gene Hart, vocal group The Teachers and Roger Conklin.
  • December 28, 1965
    December 28, 1965
    Episode 82
    12/28/65
    0.0
    Bobby Rydell co-hosts; no guest details.
  • December 29, 1965
    December 29, 1965
    Episode 83
    12/29/65
    0.0
    Bobby Rydell co-hosts; guests are singers Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, Hollywood gossip columnist Rona Barrett, comedian Dick Capri and musicians Chubby and his son Duff Jackson .
  • December 30, 1965
    December 30, 1965
    Episode 84
    12/30/65
    10
    Bobby Rydell co-hosts; guests are singer Gordon MacRae, impressionist-actor Frank Gorshin, former welter and middleweight boxing champion Sugar Ray Robinson and Dr. James Harris who discusses phobias.
  • December 31, 1965
    December 31, 1965
    Episode 85
    12/31/65
    0.0
    Bobby Rydell concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Sandy Stewart, comedian Sandy Baron, Barbershop quartet The Renegades and Eugene Methvin who discusses suprression of pornographic literature.
  • Week of January 3, 1966
    1/3/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Dorothy Lamour (Week of 03Jan66-06Jan66); guests are actor Pernell Roberts, singer La Lupe, Dr. Joyce Brothers, comedian London Lee, folksingers The Womenfolk and PA Congressman Richard Schwelker and Tyrone Collins who talk about civil liberties.
  • January 4, 1966
    January 4, 1966
    Episode 87
    1/4/66
    0.0
    Dorothy Lamour co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Harve Presnell, Skip Young from Ozzie and Harriet TV series, singer Noel Harrison and Captain Charles Boyle who discusses missile demolition.
  • January 5, 1966
    January 5, 1966
    Episode 88
    1/5/66
    0.0
    Dorothy Lamour co-hosts; guests are bandleader Xavier Cugat, singer-guitarist Charo, Frank Raines ("Mr. Echo"), hula dancer Joy Moana and singer Gilbert Price. Mike shows miniature antique banks and Cugat shows his skill as a caricaturist.
  • January 6, 1965
    January 6, 1965
    Episode 89
    1/6/66
    0.0
    Dorothy Lamour co-hosts; guests are singer Ed Ames, comedian Charlie Manna, songstress Jayne Kennedy and author Claude Brown who wrote "Manchild in the Promised Land".
  • January 7, 1966
    January 7, 1966
    Episode 90
    1/7/66
    0.0
    Dorothy Lamour concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Johnny Puleo and the Harmonica Gang, actor Steve Harmon of Mr. Roberts TV series, excerpts from Shipstads & Johnson's Ice Follies of 1966 and Dr. John T. Anderson who will discuss the spring measles epidemic and what parents can do to protect their children.moreless
  • Week of January 10, 1966
    1/10/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress-singer Janet Blair (Week of 10Jan66-14Jan66); guests are the folk singing duo of Simon and Garfunkel, Al Kelly double talk expert and John Hills exercise expert.
  • January 11, 1966
    January 11, 1966
    Episode 92
    1/11/66
    0.0
    Janet Blair co-hosts; guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, comedian George Carlin, composer Irving Berlin and Dr. Bergen Evans who discusses extrasensory perception.
  • January 12, 1966
    January 12, 1966
    Episode 93
    1/12/66
    0.0
    Janet Blair co-hosts; guests are actor George Segal, singer Johnny Tillotson, impressionist George Kirby, cartoonist Pauline Comonore and folksinger Ed Bakey. Highlights: Actor George Segal speaks of his recent experiences filming Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Janet Blair sings songs from The Sound of Music.moreless
  • January 13, 1966
    January 13, 1966
    Episode 94
    1/13/66
    0.0
    Janet Blair co-hosts; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, jugglers the Marlin Brothers, ski instructress Eleanor Case who gives a lesson on an outdoor ramp and Robert Kent author of "How to Choose Your House and Live Happily Ever After".
  • January 14, 1966
    January 14, 1966
    Episode 95
    1/14/66
    0.0
    Janet Blair concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Adam Keefe, fashion designer Jean Louis of Hollywood, Cialuni with African folk music and dance and Nicholas Darvas author of "How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market" who has just completed another book, "Anatomy of Success". Highlights: Mike opens the show singing "On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)". Janet Blair sings "I Get a Kick Out of You". Mike & Janet duet on "Our Language of Love". Fashion designer Jean Louis shows his new designs in a fashion show. The Olatunji dancers from Africa perform. Adam Keefe does a comic routine as Dracula running wild in the studio. Janet sings "Bali Ha'i", "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught" and "This Nearly Was Mine".moreless
  • Week of January 17, 1966
    1/17/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is satirist David Frost (Week of 17Jan66-21Jan66); guests are singer Lainie Kazan, comic Maury Wills and author Robert Ettinger of "The Prospect of Immortality".
  • January 18, 1966
    January 18, 1966
    Episode 97
    1/18/66
    0.0
    David Frost co-hosts; guests are singer Lena Horne, actor Edward Everett Horton, drummer Louis Bellson, comedian Sandy Baron and the Reverend Leon Sullivan director of Opportunities Industrialization Center, a movement to train Negroes to fill more jobs.
  • January 19, 1966
    January 19, 1966
    Episode 98
    1/19/66
    0.0
    David Frost co-hosts; guests are singer Margaret Whiting, actor-comic Jack Gilford and Dr. Robert Brown of Stanford University who talks about the Second Protestant Reformation.
  • January 20, 1966
    January 20, 1966
    Episode 99
    1/20/66
    0.0
    David Frost co-hosts; guests are The Mitchell Trio, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, singer-actress Michele Lee and Dr. Charles Price of the University of Pennsylvania who discusses the moral and scientific implications implicit in experimentation to produce life in a test-tube.
  • January 21, 1966
    January 21, 1966
    Episode 100
    1/21/66
    0.0
    David Frost concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Marvin Gaye, comedian Sandy Baron, satirist songwriter Tom Lehrer, "King of the Soda-Jerks" Lou Jennings who shows how to make a soda and Rose Franzblau who discusses "sex and teenagers".
  • Week of January 24, 1966
    1/24/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-actress Betty White (Week of 24Jan66-28Jan66); guests are comedian Louis Nye, singer Emily Yancy and Dr. Sol Leibel, Los Angeles plastic surgeon who has recently returned from a trip to the Orient to supplement his knowledge of facial surgery.
  • January 25 1966
    January 25 1966
    Episode 102
    1/25/66
    0.0
    Betty White co-hosts; guests are Jazz musician Lionel Hampton, comedian George Carlin, singer Ginny Tiu and family and author Jim Bishop.
  • January 26, 1966
    January 26, 1966
    Episode 103
    1/26/66
    0.0
    Betty White co-hosts; guests are singers Marilyn Maye and Bruce Scott, comedy team of Burns and Schreiber, cosmetician Rose Laird and Prince Bhaskar Choudhury, an East Indian folkdancer who performs the cobra dance.
  • January 27, 1966
    January 27, 1966
    Episode 104
    1/27/66
    0.0
    Betty White co-hosts; guests are impressionist Frank Gorshin, singer Gordon MacRae, former middleweight boxing champion Sugar Ray Robinson, Frank Berger and his performing Afghan dogs and dance instructor Killer Joe Piro who shows steps of new dances "The Mule" and "The Lindsay Hop".
  • January 28, 1966
    January 28, 1966
    Episode 105
    1/28/66
    0.0
    Betty White concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Pernell Roberts, comedian Morty Storm and psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers.
  • Week of January 31, 1966
    1/31/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for the week is comedian Jack E. Leonard, guests are singer-actor Rick Nelson and wife Kris Nelson, jazz trumpeter Jonah Jones, yoga expert Moya Devi, actress and former Playboy playmate Jo Collins and humorist Alan Abel (aka Prof. Bunker C. Hill), writer of the "The Private World of Prof. Bunker C. Hill" newspaper column, talks about heading the "Crusade to Deport Fat People".moreless
  • February 1, 1966
    February 1, 1966
    Episode 107
    2/1/66
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Wally Cox, The McCoys (rock group), dance instructor Dick Blake and humorist Myron Cohen.
  • February 2, 1966
    February 2, 1966
    Episode 108
    2/2/66
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are comedian-actor Buddy Hackett, comedienne Kaye Ballard and Dr. Edwin Barr who speaks on nutrition and proper diet habits.
  • February 3, 1966
    February 3, 1966
    Episode 109
    2/3/66
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, Kai Winding Quintet and TV host Peter Marshall.
  • February 4, 1966
    February 4, 1966
    Episode 110
    2/4/66
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Jack Jones, songstress Lisa Kirk, exercise expert John Hills, singers Sandler and Young and Herschel Bernardi star of Broadway's Fiddler on the Roof.
  • Week of February 7, 1966
    2/7/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Betsy Palmer (Week of 07Feb66-11Feb66); guests are actor Stephen Boyd, fashion designer Edith Head, aerialists The Jeffries and Ralph Lee Smith author of "The Health Hucksters".
  • February 8, 1966
    February 8, 1966
    Episode 112
    2/8/66
    0.0
    Betsy Palmer co-hosts; guests are actress Honor Blackman, singer Sonji Clay (former wife of Cassius Clay) and folksingers The Bitter End. Also Winnie the Pooh fashions for children.
  • February 9, 1966
    February 9, 1966
    Episode 113
    2/9/66
    0.0
    Betsy Palmer co-hosts; guests are comedian Norm Crosby, Jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, Al Heathfield who demonstrates a Raytheon oven that cooks a roast in eight minutes and Dr. Andrew C. Ivy defends Krebiozen in the use of cancer treatment.
  • February 10, 1966
    February 10, 1966
    Episode 114
    2/10/66
    0.0

    Betsy Palmer co-hosts; guests are comedian George Carlin, singer-dancer Danny Meehan, Polly Cramer with household hints and Dr. James Holland opposes the use of Krebiozen in Cancer treatment. (On the previous program Dr. Andrew C. Ivy defended the use of Krebiozen).

  • February 11, 1966
    February 11, 1966
    Episode 115
    2/11/66
    0.0
    Betsy Palmer concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Henry Morgan, singer Sue Bennett, jazz guitarist Charlie Byrd and Dr. Waldo Fielding, discusses birth control.
  • Week of February 14, 1966
    2/14/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (Week of 14Feb66-18Feb66); guests are the singing DeJohn Sisters, Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, Man Mountain Dean and World Champion Woman Wrestler Violet Roy.
  • February 15, 1966
    February 15, 1966
    Episode 117
    2/15/66
    0.0
    Allen and Rossi co-host; guest is singer-actress Sheila MacRae.
  • February 16, 1966
    February 16, 1966
    Episode 118
    2/16/66
    0.0
    Allen and Rossi co-host; guests are singer Eydie Gorme, dancer Gower Champion, The Hunt Brothers Circus Elephant Act, Broadway producer David Merrick, singer Ray Ramirez and Jeff Tarr of Harvard University explaining computer dating service.
  • February 17, 1966
    February 17, 1966
    Episode 119
    2/17/66
    0.0
    Allen and Rossi co-host; guests are singer Gisele Mackenzie, The DeJohn Sisters, Ann Shuster who demonstrates cake decorating, Charles Keiting who talks about the "C.I.E." Citizens for Decent Literature and watchmaker Henry Fried.
  • February 18, 1966
    February 18, 1966
    Episode 120
    2/18/66
    0.0
    Allen and Rossi conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actress Jayne Mansfield, columnist Earl Wilson, singer Linda Hopkins, Cosmopolitan magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown, Major Donald Keyhoe who discusses flying saucers and Jeff Tarr who operates a computer-dating corporation.
  • Week of February 21, 1966
    2/21/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality Henry Morgan (Week of 21Feb66-25Feb66); guests are singer-performer John Raitt, singer Kaye Stevens, comedian George Kirby and landscape architect Ian McHarg who discusses highway beautification.
  • February 22, 1966
    February 22, 1966
    Episode 122
    2/22/66
    0.0
    Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are pianist Jose Melis, comedian Murray Roman, singer Bobby Rydell, Henry Shapiro who discusses the proper way to buy a suit, Martin Ross who explains lie-detector tests and Walter Pitkin Jr. author of "Life Begins at Fifty".
  • February 23, 1966
    February 23, 1966
    Episode 123
    2/23/66
    0.0
    Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, dancer-singer Gretchen Wyler, singer Frank Fanelli, magician Don Allen, radio announcer Robert Goldman and Ralph Nader author of "Unsafe at Any Speed".
  • February 24, 1966
    February 24, 1966
    Episode 124
    2/24/66
    0.0
    Henry Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Felicia Sanders, comedian Norm Crosby, Nicholas Darvas author of "The Anatomy of Success" and Mark Worth and Mayanna with an archery act.
  • February 25, 1966
    February 25, 1966
    Episode 125
    2/25/66
    0.0
    Henry Morgan concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Gisele Mackenzie, the comedy team of Burns and Schreiber, President of the Humane Society of America, Oliver Evans who discusses the kidnapping of animals to be sold illegally for medical research purposes and sculptor Gordon MacMillan Hughes who fashions a bird out of steel with an acetylene torch.moreless
  • Week of February 28, 1966
    2/28/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Kay Starr (Week of 28Feb66-04Mar66); guests are singer-actor Jack Cassidy, band The Vogues, fashion designer Mr. Blackwell and the Reverend Richard Gilbert.
  • March 1, 1966
    March 1, 1966
    Episode 127
    3/1/66
    0.0
    Kay Starr co-hosts, guests are Grand Ole Opry comedienne Minnie Pearl, folk singers The Backporch Majority Singers, AAU champion baton twirler Diane Shelton and Norman Dacey author of "How to Avoid Probate".
  • March 2, 1966
    March 2, 1966
    Episode 128
    3/2/66
    0.0
    Kay Starr co-hosts, guests are tap dancers The Step Brothers, six-year-old singer and song writer Gary Ferguson, William 'Bill' Haast who milks a King Cobra and Morris R. Wills, one of the 21 GI's who chose to stay in Communist China following the Korean War, tells of his fifteen years in Red China.moreless
  • March 3, 1966
    March 3, 1966
    Episode 129
    3/3/66
    0.0
    Kay Starr co-hosts, guests are comedian Charlie Manna, jazz musician Gerry Mulligan, The Clara Ward Gospel Singers and memory expert Harry Lorayne.
  • March 4, 1966
    March 4, 1966
    Episode 130
    3/4/66
    0.0
    Kay Starr concludes her co-hosting duties. Guests are actor Vincent Price, comedian Cliff Arquette (as Charlie Weaver), comic Sandy Baron and Dr. Albert Plentl of Columbia University who discusses surgery for unborn infants.
  • Week of March 7, 1966
    Week of March 7, 1966
    Episode 131
    3/7/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Patti Page (Week of 07Mar66-11Mar66); guests are singer Johnny Mathis and Ray DeCrane author of "How to Cut Your Taxes".
  • March 8, 1966
    March 8, 1966
    Episode 132
    3/8/66
    0.0
    Patti Page co-hosts; guests are actor Cornel Wilde, comedian George Carlin, singer Lou Christie, Andy Walland who demonstrates the use of stilts and Dr. Leo Louis Martello who discusses his philosophy of "psychoselfishism".
  • March 9, 1966
    March 9, 1966
    Episode 133
    3/9/66
    0.0
    Patti Page co-hosts; guests are drummer Gene Krupa, singer-actor Howard Keel, The Stebbings Boxers (performing dogs) and Dr. Leontyne Young author of "Life Among the Giants".
  • March 10, 1966
    March 10, 1966
    Episode 134
    3/10/66
    0.0
    Patti Page co-hosts; guests are comedienne Carol Burnett, singer Enzo Stuarti and World champion horseshoe tossers Sue Gillespie and Elmer Hohl.
  • March 11, 1966
    March 11, 1966
    Episode 135
    3/11/66
    0.0
    Patti Page concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Michael Dunn, violinist Florian Zabach, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Billy Gould who presents a fashion show of clothing made of leather and Dr. Harvey Resnik Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania discusses suicide among teenagers.
  • Week of March 14, 1966
    3/14/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Gig Young (Week of 14Mar66-18Mar66); guests are singer Billy Daniels, John Zerbini Lion Act and Journalist Martin Gross, armed with statistics and considerable information on American hospitals, reports the conditions of low standards as he found them in recent research.
  • March 15, 1966
    March 15, 1966
    Episode 137
    3/15/66
    0.0
    Gig Young co-hosts; guests are singer Johnny Desmond, songstress Maria Cole, comedian Bob Melvin, Coco the Clown who performs a make-up demonstration and journalist Martin Gross returns with his conclusion on "The American Hospital".
  • March 16, 1966
    March 16, 1966
    Episode 138
    3/16/66
    0.0
    Gig Young co-hosts; guests are California Senator George Murphy, archer Howard Hill, Jazz drummer Mongo Santamaria and comedians Bob and Ray.
  • March 17, 1966
    March 17, 1966
    Episode 139
    3/17/66
    0.0
    Gig Young co-hosts; guests are singer Julius LaRosa, comedian Sandy Baron, actor Sam Jaffe and his wife actress Bettye Ackerman from TV's Ben Casey series and a surprise guest.
  • March 18, 1966
    March 18, 1966
    Episode 140
    3/18/66
    0.0
    Gig Young concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are journalist Jim Bishop who discusses the Candy Mossler Trial, Professor Backwards and his son Howard, singer Marion Montgomery, Jazz musician Harold Betters and speed reader Theresa Stanton who demonstrates how to improve reading.
  • Week of March 21, 1966
    3/21/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Buddy Greco (Week of 21Mar66-25Mar66); guests are astrologer Jean Dixon, singer Billy Eckstine, columnist Bob Considine and a surprise guest.
  • March 22, 1966
    March 22, 1966
    Episode 142
    3/22/66
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are actor Broderick Crawford, singer Marilyn Maye, basketball player Bill Russell, who discusses his autobiography "Go Up for Glory", basketball team The Whiz Kids and a group of six youngsters from New York's Settlement House.
  • March 23, 1966
    March 23, 1966
    Episode 143
    3/23/66
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are actors Jackie Coogan and Ted Cassidy from the TV series The Addams Family, The Kirby Stone Four and author Norman J. Zierold, author of "The Child Stars".
  • March 24, 1966
    March 24, 1966
    Episode 144
    3/24/66
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are comedian Jan Murray, model-actress June Wilkinson, actor Ted Cassidy, Mexican jazz group Los Vegas and "Father M," a priest who prefers to remain anonymous gives his views on celibacy.
  • March 25, 1966
    March 25, 1966
    Episode 145
    3/25/66
    0.0
    Buddy Greco concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Dagmar, golf pro Paul Hahn, singer Damita Jo and Rep. Charlotte Reid (Republican from Ill.) discusses her recent trip to Vietnam.
  • Week of March 28, 1966
    3/28/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Leslie Uggams (Week of 28Mar66-01Apr66); guests are Mimi Hines and Phil Ford of Broadway's Funny Girl, singer Vaughn Monroe, tap dancers The Dunhills and Arthur Hess, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, discusses Medicare.
  • March 29, 1966
    March 29, 1966
    Episode 147
    3/29/66
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Jan Peerce and his wife, actress Pamela Tiffin, comedian George Kirby and Dr. Edward Annis, who discusses American hospitals.
  • March 30, 1966
    March 30, 1966
    Episode 148
    3/30/66
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are actor Andy Griffith, singer Nancy Ames, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, rock 'n' roll singer Ronnie Dove and Cliff Kalista.
  • March 31, 1966
    March 31, 1966
    Episode 149
    3/31/66
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are singer Jimmie Rodgers, actor Barry Nelson of Broadway's Cactus Flower, comedian George Kirby, comedienne Phyllis Diller, yoga instructor Marcia Moore and harmonica player Stan Fisher.
  • April 1, 1966
    April 1, 1966
    Episode 150
    4/1/66
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Norm Crosby, pianist Roger Williams, actress Senta Berger, singer Adam Wade and Dr. Morris Chafetz.
  • Week of April 4, 1966
    Week of April 4, 1966
    Episode 151
    4/4/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are comedians (Week of 04Apr66-08Apr66). Today's co-host is Nipsey Russell; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, famous alligator wrestler Jackie Willie and consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
  • April 5, 1966
    April 5, 1966
    Episode 152
    4/5/66
    0.0
    George Jessel co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Howard Keel, actress Linda Bennett and Gary Lewis and the Playboys.
  • April 6, 1966
    April 6, 1966
    Episode 153
    4/6/66
    0.0
    Jim Backus co-hosts; guests are singer Margaret Whiting, pro golfer-singer Don Cherry and Robert Wilson.
  • April 7, 1966
    April 7, 1966
    Episode 154
    4/7/66
    0.0
    Jan Murray co-hosts; guests are actor Jackie Coogan and entertainer Dagmar.
  • April 8, 1966
    April 8, 1966
    Episode 155
    4/8/66
    0.0
    Totie Fields concludes the week of comedians co-hosting; guests are actor David Hedison and singer Jimmie Rodgers.
  • Week of April 11, 1966
    4/11/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is legendary actress Bette Davis (Week of 11Apr66-15Apr66); guests are the singing team of Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, magician Jerry Bergman, The Kweskin Jug Band and Mrs. Ruth Dresser who discusses the Montessori teaching method.
  • April 12, 1966
    April 12, 1966
    Episode 157
    4/12/66
    10
    Bette Davis co-hosts; guests are comedienne Carol Burnett, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, actor Rick Jason of the TV series Combat, author Jacqueline Susann and psychiatrist Gordon Globus.
  • April 13, 1966
    April 13, 1966
    Episode 158
    4/13/66
    0.0
    Bette Davis co-hosts; guests are singer Roberta Sherwood, comedienne Carol Burnett, author Adela Rogers St. Johns, harmonica player Stan Fisher and psychiatrist Gordon Globus.
  • April 14, 1966
    April 14, 1966
    Episode 159
    4/14/66
    0.0
    Bette Davis co-hosts; guests are Fran Allison from TV's Kukla, Fran and Ollie, folk singers Peter and Gordon, Dr. Carl Burke and Hollywood stenographer Edna Ruby.
  • April 15, 1966
    April 15, 1966
    Episode 160
    4/15/66
    0.0
    Actress Bette Davis winds up a week as Mike's co-host. Guests are Broadway performer Chita Rivera, Kukla, Fran and Ollie's Burr Tillstrom and Fran Allison and Dr. Albert Honig.
  • Week of April 18, 1966
    4/18/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are The King Sisters (Week of 18Apr66-22Apr66); guests are actress Irene Ryan, magician Don Alan, model-actress Gloria Tracey and Seaquarium's Roger Conklin.
  • April 19, 1966
    April 19, 1966
    Episode 162
    4/19/66
    0.0
    The King Sisters co-host; guests are dancer Barrie Chase and Chef Rene Verdon.
  • April 20, 1966
    April 20, 1966
    Episode 163
    4/20/66
    0.0
    The King Sisters co-host; guests are comedian Dick Shawn and singer Tony Daryl.
  • April 21, 1966
    April 21, 1966
    Episode 164
    4/21/66
    0.0
    The King Sisters co-host; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., comedienne Totie Fields and actress Barbara Feldon.
  • April 22, 1966
    April 22, 1966
    Episode 165
    4/22/66
    0.0
    The King Sisters conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., actress Stefanie Powers and actor Roger Smith.
  • Week of April 25, 1966
    4/25/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Liberace (Week of 25Apr66-29Apr66); guests are comedian Louis Nye, singer-comedienne Kaye Stevens, bullfighter Jess Ramsey and magician Channing Pollock.
  • April 26, 1966
    April 26, 1966
    Episode 167
    4/26/66
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are actress Anne Bancroft and Dr. Edward Waterhouse.
  • April 27, 1966
    April 27, 1966
    Episode 168
    4/27/66
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are Country & Western comedienne Minnie Pearl, Jazz singer Joe Williams, Cindy Adams author of "Sukarno", exercise expert Debbie Drake and Liberace's mother.
  • April 28, 1966
    April 28, 1966
    Episode 169
    4/28/66
    0.0
    Liberace co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, comedienne Phyllis Diller, actress Peggy Wood, Karen Wessler and The Animals (rock 'n' roll band).
  • April 29, 1966
    April 29, 1966
    Episode 170
    4/29/66
    0.0
    Liberace concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, The Kingston Trio, comedian Morey Amsterdam and calypso singer Lord Radio.
  • Week of May 2, 1966
    Week of May 2, 1966
    Episode 171
    5/2/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Pearl Bailey (Week of 02May66-06May66); guests are actor Bob Crane, entertainer Dagmar and comedian Morey Amsterdam.
  • May 3, 1966
    May 3, 1966
    Episode 172
    5/3/66
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, TV personality George Jessel and Mercedes Boles.
  • May 4, 1966
    May 4, 1966
    Episode 173
    5/4/66
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, actor Jordon Christopher and columnist-fitness expert and author Paige Palmer.
  • May 5, 1966
    May 5, 1966
    Episode 174
    5/5/66
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, Dr. Joyce Brothers and Yetta Bronstein wife of prankster Alan Abel who in 1964 ran for President.
  • May 6, 1966
    May 6, 1966
    Episode 175
    5/6/66
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor-singer Noel Harrison, star of Combat! actor Vic Morrow, comedians Cliff Arquette and Sandy Baron.
  • Week of May 9, 1966
    Week of May 9, 1966
    Episode 176
    5/9/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Bob Newhart (Week of 09May66-13May66); guests are singer Nancy Wilson, singer Eddy Arnold and Senator Thomas J. Dodd.
  • May 10, 1966
    May 10, 1966
    Episode 177
    5/10/66
    0.0
    Bob Newhart co-hosts; guests are singer-actor James Darren, actor Billy Sands and songstress Carmel Quinn.
  • May 11, 1966
    May 11, 1966
    Episode 178
    5/11/66
    0.0
    Bob Newhart co-hosts; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, singer Sergio Franchi, The Four Freshmen, Country singer Roger Miller and Ben Jamil, president of CCS Communication Control Inc.
  • May 12, 1966
    May 12, 1966
    Episode 179
    5/12/66
    0.0
    Bob Newhart co-hosts; guests are singer Frank Sinatra Jr., actress Cheryl Miller and Jazz trumpet player Charlie Shavers.
  • May 13, 1966
    May 13, 1966
    Episode 180
    5/13/66
    0.0
    Bob Newhart concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Julius LaRosa, actress Cheryl Miller, evangelist Gert Behanna and The Air Force Singing Sergeants.
  • Week of May 16, 1966
    Week of May 16, 1966
    Episode 181
    5/16/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are The McGuire Sisters (Week of 16May66-20May66); guests are the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, actress Mercedes McCambridge and Dr. Sidney Cohen who discusses the drug LSD.
  • May 17, 1966
    May 17, 1966
    Episode 182
    5/17/66
    0.0
    The McGuire Sisters co-host; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, comedian Cliff Arquette, bandleader Ray Anthony, publicist Jim Moran and Dr. Eugene Carson Blake.
  • May 18, 1966
    May 18, 1966
    Episode 183
    5/18/66
    0.0
    The McGuire Sisters co-host; guests are Buck Owens and the Buckaroos and Billy Sands author of "My Shadow Has Fast Feet".
  • May 19, 1966
    May 19, 1966
    Episode 184
    5/19/66
    0.0
    The McGuire Sisters co-host; guests are musician Ronnie Martin, lion tamer Clyde Beatty, Australian musician Robie Porter, Irene Clough author of "Divine Healing" and The Great Padro.
  • May 20, 1966
    May 20, 1966
    Episode 185
    5/20/66
    0.0
    The McGuire Sisters conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, Film critic Judith Crist, singer Jerry Marshall and painter Tom Gaughan.
  • Week of May 23, 1966
    Week of May 23, 1966
    Episode 186
    5/23/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Diahann Carroll (Week of 23May66-27May66); guests are actress Jane Russell, actor-singer guitarist Leon Bibb, tennis player Bobby Riggs and The Roleks.
  • May 24, 1966
    May 24, 1966
    Episode 187
    5/24/66
    0.0
    Diahann Carroll co-hosts; guests are actor Allen Drake, British stage actor and director Tony Tanner, game show producer of Password Howard Felsher and columnist Jim Bishop.
  • May 25, 1966
    May 25, 1966
    Episode 188
    5/25/66
    0.0
    Diahann Carroll co-hosts; guests are comedian Norm Crosby, British stage and screen actress Virginia McKenna, actor Bill Travers and accordian player Dick Cantino.
  • May 26, 1966
    May 26, 1966
    Episode 189
    5/26/66
    0.0
    Diahann Carroll co-hosts; guests are Jazz vocal duo Jackie and Roy (husband and wife singing duo of Jackie Cain and Roy Kral), Dr. Bergen Evans and Playboy magazine publisher Hugh Hefner.
  • May 27, 1966
    May 27, 1966
    Episode 190
    5/27/66
    0.0
    Diahann Carroll concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are The McGuire Sisters, actor Walter Slezak, ventriloquist Shari Lewis and politician Gideon Hausner.
  • Week of May 30, 1966
    Week of May 30, 1966
    Episode 191
    5/30/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Bewitched actor-comedian Paul Lynde (Week of 30May66-03Jun66); guests are The Four Seasons, the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, artist Bill Horan, singer Linda Bennett and Dr. Phillip Rosenberg.
  • May 31, 1966
    May 31, 1966
    Episode 192
    5/31/66
    0.0
    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are actress Carolyn Jones, singers The Kane Triplets and lawyer Melvin Belli.
  • June 1, 1966
    June 1, 1966
    Episode 193
    6/1/66
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    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, Pro-golfers Arnold Palmer and Doug Sanders, vocalist Helen Curtis and acrobats The Gary Brothers.
  • June 2, 1966
    June 2, 1966
    Episode 194
    6/2/66
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    Paul Lynde co-host; guests are actor Poncie Ponce, singer-actress Eartha Kitt, actress Mary Ann Mobley, trumpeter Bob Monticelli and The Goetschi's unicyclists.
  • June 3, 1966
    June 3, 1966
    Episode 195
    6/3/66
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    Paul Lynde concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Frankie Laine, actress Nan Grey and Frankie's wife, singer Lana Cantrell and Mrs. Elva Miller housewife-turned-singer.
  • Week of June 6, 1966
    Week of June 6, 1966
    Episode 196
    6/6/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Frank Fontaine (Week of 06Jun66-10Jun66); guests are actor Sebastian Cabot, singer Dorothy Collins, Hartley B. Edwards and British journalist James Cameron, who discusses his trip to North Vietnam.
  • June 7, 1966
    June 7, 1966
    Episode 197
    6/7/66
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    Frank Fontaine co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comic Bill Dana and mentalist The Amazing Kreskin.
  • June 8, 1966
    June 8, 1966
    Episode 198
    6/8/66
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    Frank Fontaine co-hosts; guests are singer Patrice Munsel, actor Victor Buono, singer-actor Eddie Foy Jr., educator Dr. Millard G. Roberts and meteorologist J. Vern Hales.
  • June 9, 1966
    June 9, 1966
    Episode 199
    6/9/66
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    Frank Fontaine co-hosts; guests are The singing DeJohn Sisters, comedian George Carlin, Country and Western singer Ken Carson, chef Eddie Doucette, Lawrence Lader, author of "Abortion" and Dr. William Ober.
  • June 10, 1966
    June 10, 1966
    Episode 200
    6/10/66
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    Frank Fontaine concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-comedian Danny Thomas, singer Steve Lawrence, The Taylor Maids dance group and Captain Jack Abraham, shows films of GI's training for duty in Vietnam.
  • Week of June 13, 1966
    Week of June 13, 1966
    Episode 201
    6/13/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Jack Carter (Week of 13Jun66-17Jun66); guests are singer Buddy Greco, actor Neil Hamilton, singer Jaye P. Morgan and The Beardsleys.
  • June 14, 1966
    June 14, 1966
    Episode 202
    6/14/66
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    Jack Carter co-hosts; guests are actor Hans Conried, Professional basketball player Roger Brown aka the Rajah and Dr. H.H. Bockins.
  • June 15, 1966
    June 15, 1966
    Episode 203
    6/15/66
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    Jack Carter co-hosts; guests are singer Jose Feliciano, actress Martha Scott and pianist Wilma Sass.
  • June 18, 1965
    June 18, 1965
    Episode 204
    6/18/65
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    Pearl Bailey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Carol Lawrence, actor Joseph Campanella, Bruce Scott, Carolyn Mignini, "Miss Teenage America" and Dr. Charles Ross of the Buffalo Smoking Clinic.

    Highlights:
    Joseph Campanella, Dr. Ed Steven of The Doctors and the Nurses makes his debut as a singer on today's show.

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  • June 16, 1966
    June 16, 1966
    Episode 204
    6/16/66
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    Jack Carter co-hosts; guests are singer Connie Francis, The Everly Brothers, outdoorsman Euell Gibbons and the Sofia Girls. Highlights: Connie Francis sings "Anything Goes".
  • June 17, 1966
    June 17, 1966
    Episode 205
    6/17/66
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    Jack Carter concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Bobbe Norris and the singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt. Highlights: Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt sing "The Sweetest Sounds" and a medley of Leonard Bernstein tunes). Mike models men's bathing suits from different periods.moreless
  • Week of June 20, 1966
    Week of June 20, 1966
    Episode 206
    6/20/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Soupy Sales (Week of 20Jun66-24Jun66); guests are singer Helen O'Connell and comedian Timmie Rogers.
  • June 21, 1966
    June 21, 1966
    Episode 207
    6/21/66
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are actress Joi Lansing, The Brook Sisters, comic-pianist Stan Freeman and actor-wrestler Tiger Joe Marsh.
  • June 22, 1966
    June 22, 1966
    Episode 208
    6/22/66
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are actor David Nelson, singer-actor Mike Minor, folk singer Buffy Sainte-Marie and feather collector Fanny Richards who demonstrates the use of feathers in fashion.
  • June 23, 1966
    June 23, 1966
    Episode 209
    6/23/66
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are songstress Jane Morgan, singer Jerry Wallace, actor Chester Morris and comedian Adam Keefe.
  • June 24, 1966
    June 24, 1966
    Episode 210
    6/24/66
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    Soupy Sales concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels, pianist Peter Nero, singer-guitarist Frank D'Rone and political scientist Dr. Will Irwin.
  • Week of June 27, 1966
    Week of June 27, 1966
    Episode 211
    6/27/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress-singer Sheila MacRae (Week of 27Jun66-01Jul66); guests are actor Jose Ferrer and Metropolitan Opera star Richard Tucker.
  • June 28, 1966
    June 28, 1966
    Episode 212
    6/28/66
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    Sheila MacRae co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, Italian singer Piccola Pupa, the singing team of Sandler and Young and Helen Southard (psychologist, Consultant on Family Life for the National YMCA, discusses modern sex education).
  • June 29, 1966
    June 29, 1966
    Episode 213
    6/29/66
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    Sheila MacRae co-hosts; guests are singer Sergio Franchi, comedian Bob Newhart and singer-composer Van McCoy. Highlights: Sheila McRae does imppressions of Elizabeth Taylor, Barbra Streisand, Carroll Baker.
  • June 30, 1966
    June 30, 1966
    Episode 214
    6/30/66
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    Sheila MacRae co-hosts; guests are astrologist Sydney Omarr, Irish singer Jesse Owens, Dr. Willis Potts author of "Your Wonderful Baby", singer Bobbi Martin and The Dubskys (balancing act).
  • July 1, 1966
    July 1, 1966
    Episode 215
    7/1/66
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    Sheila MacRae concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Charlie Manna, singer Gilbert Price and Dr. A. Ewing (psychiatrist discusses art works done by psychotics and how these can be a therapeutic help to the patient and a diagnostic help to the doctor).
  • Week of July 11, 1966
    Week of July 11, 1966
    Episode 216
    7/11/66
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    Mike's co-host for the first day of Rock N' Roll week is singer Lesley Gore; guests are actor Poncie Ponce, singer Helen Curtis and James Mills, associate editor of LIFE magazine.
  • July 12, 1966
    July 12, 1966
    Episode 217
    7/12/66
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    Bobby Vinton co-hosts, guests are comedian George Carlin, Green Hornet star Van Williams, Israeli singer Geula Gill and Robert Manry author of "Tinkerbell".
  • July 13, 1966
    July 13, 1966
    Episode 218
    7/13/66
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    The Supremes co-host; guests are The Temptations, Olympic high-diver Joe Gerlach, jet-set dance instructor 'Killer' Joe Piro and comedian London Lee.
  • July 14, 1966
    July 14, 1966
    Episode 219
    7/14/66
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    Jordon Christopher co-hosts; guests are singer Jody Miller, comedian Guy Marks, beauty contest winner Miss Finland and billards expert Willie Mosconi who gives a demonstration.
  • July 15, 1966
    July 15, 1966
    Episode 220
    7/15/66
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    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are singer Edie Adams, The Gary Brothers and The Dunhills dancers. The Garys, karate experts give a demonstration.
  • Week of July 18, 1966
    Week of July 18, 1966
    Episode 221
    7/18/66
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    Mike's co-host for the week are Jim Henson and his puppet Rowlf and the Muppets; guests are Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, comedian Jack E. Leonard, entertainer Tessie O'Shea and author Noel Benn.
  • July 19, 1966
    July 19, 1966
    Episode 222
    7/19/66
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    Jim Henson and his puppet Rowlf and the Muppets, co-host. Guests are The Mills Brothers, singer Carmel Quinn, A.E. Hotchner writer-author talks about his new book "Papa Hemmingway" and Olympic gymnast Marie Walther demonstrates on the horse and parallel bars.
  • July 20, 1966
    July 20, 1966
    Episode 223
    7/20/66
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    Jim Henson and his puppet Rowlf and the Muppets, co-hosts guests are singer-actress Florence Henderson, comedian Charlie Manna, Johnny Puleo and His Harmonica Gang and Lois Benjamin, author of "So You Want to Be a Working Mother".
  • July 21, 1966
    July 21, 1966
    Episode 224
    7/21/66
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    Jim Henson and his puppet Rowlf and the Muppets, co-host; guests are comedian Marty Allen, Freddie and the Dreamers, comedienne Hermione Gingold and singer Jenny Smith. Highlights: Jim Henson, the Muppets creator talks about commercials the group has produced.
  • July 22, 1966
    July 22, 1966
    Episode 225
    7/22/66
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    Jim Henson and his puppet Rowlf and the Muppets conclude their co-hosting duties for the week. Guests are singer Buddy Greco, comedian Jerry Lester, dancer-singer Donna McKechnie and Polly Cramer household hints columnist.
  • Week of July 25, 1966
    Week of July 25, 1966
    Episode 226
    7/25/66
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    Mike's co-host for the week is TV personality Arthur Godfrey (Week of 25Jul66-29Jul66); guests are singer Linda Bennett, Los Angeles Pitcher Don Drysdale, Grand Ole Opry comedienne Minnie Pearl and Stokely Carmichael, Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
  • July 26, 1966
    July 26, 1966
    Episode 227
    7/26/66
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    Arthur Godfrey co-hosts, guests are actress Betsy Palmer, Rock 'n Roller Les Classels, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, Rep. Patsy T. Mink (D., Hawaii) who talks about Hawaii and women in politics and Hawaiian dancer Puanani shows everyone how to do the hula. Highlights: Arthur Godfrey sings and plays the banjo on "My Baby Just Cares for Me". Mike sings "Nice and Easy". Mike & Arthur duet on "I'm Looking Over a Four-leaf Clover)". Arthur recites prose written by H. Gordon Reed about a father watching his son leave for the first day of school. Betsy Palmer sings "Accentuate the Positive" and "I've Got to Crow" with Mike & Arthur doing the crowing. Kreskin performs card tricks and mind reading. Len Calassels performs "Lana" and "Et Maintenant". Hawaiian Puanani dances out "I Want to Go Back to My Little Grass Shack". Arthur performs "Hawaiian War Chant".moreless
  • July 27, 1966
    July 27, 1966
    Episode 228
    7/27/66
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    Arthur Godfrey co-hosts; guests are comedian Nipsey Russell, archery expert Fred Bear, Father Tom Vaughn, an Episcopal priest and jazz pianist, singer Jeri Jamison and Retired Air Force General "Rosy" O'Donnell who discusses the USO which he directs.
  • July 28, 1966
    July 28, 1966
    Episode 229
    7/28/66
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    Arthur Godfrey co-hosts and the guests include Eartha Kitt, singer Frank Fanelli, pianist Max Morath and Jim Tyler. Leon Shimkin who discusses the book "Hope For Man" by Joshua Leibman, is the President of Simon and Shuster publishers. Highlights: Mike Douglas gets audience into roaring 20s outfits and up onto the stage. Pianist Max Morath plays "Grizzly Bear". Arthur Godfrey and Jim Tyler do a banjo duet. Eartha Kitt sings "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate". Everyone joins in for "Row Row Row."moreless
  • July 29, 1966
    July 29, 1966
    Episode 230
    7/29/66
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    Arthur Godfrey concludes his week long co-hosting duties and welcomes guests, actress Jayne Mansfield, body-builder and Jayne's husband Mickey Hargitay and singer Micki Lynn.
  • Week of August 1, 1966
    8/1/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress-singer Nancy Wilson (Week of 01Aug66-05Aug66); guests are singer Andy Russell, comic Professor Irwin Corey, psychologist Frances Horwich of Ding Dong School, "The Swingin' Six" and Cardinal Dougherty Drill team and Marching Band.
  • August 2, 1966
    August 2, 1966
    Episode 232
    8/2/66
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    Nancy Wilson co-hosts, with guests singer John Raitt (star of the Broadway show "A Joyful Noise"), Card trick expert John Scarne, The Four Saints and the Singing Sisters, Reverend John J. Fink (a Baptist minister once an alcoholic, the Reverend talks about rehabilitation through religion.) and Nelson Playground Youngsters, rope jumping champions.moreless
  • Auguest 3, 1966
    Auguest 3, 1966
    Episode 233
    8/3/66
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    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are Vibraphone musician Milt Jackson, the singing group The Four Preps, Norman Dacey, author of "How to Avoid Probate" and comedy writer Alex Robin for the Tonight Show.
  • August 4, 1966
    August 4, 1966
    Episode 234
    8/4/66
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    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are comedian Henny Youngman, singer Billy Eckstine, billiards champion Willie Mosconi with eight year old Larry Leake and Dr. Roy J. Heffernan of Tufts Medical school.
  • August 5, 1966
    August 5, 1966
    Episode 235
    8/5/66
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    Nancy Wilson concludes her co-hosting duties. Guests are comic Bob Melvin, The Checkmates, Singing nuns Sister's Rosalie and Rosamunde and John Bechta, self-defense expert for women.
  • Week of August 8, 1966
    8/8/66
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    Mike's co-host for the week is actor Bob Cummings, guests are the Herman's Hermits, the comedy team of McCall and Brill (Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill), actor-singer Howard Keel, author Paul Kearney and Dr. Fred Miller.
  • August 9, 1966
    August 9, 1966
    Episode 237
    8/9/66
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    Bob Cummings co-hosts, guests are Liza Minnelli (daughter of Judy Garland), rock 'n roll group Dino, Desi and Billy (sons of Dean Martin, Desi Arnaz and friend), King of the Soda Jerks Lou Jennings, Deana Martin (daughter of Dean Martin) and Lynn Jordan on the diving horse is shown at Atlantic City's famed steel pier.moreless
  • August 10, 1966
    August 10, 1966
    Episode 238
    8/10/66
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    Bob Cummings co-hosts guests are TV personality George Jessel, singer Al Martino and The DeJohn Sisters. Highlights: Al shows Mike and Bob how to lay bricks. Bob talks about his book, "Stay Young and Vital".
  • August 11, 1966
    August 11, 1966
    Episode 239
    8/11/66
    0.0
    Bob Cummings co-hosts; guests are World Boxing heavy-weight champion Ernie Terrell, child singer of the Broadway show Mame Frankie Michaels, The Pair Extraordinaire, Federal Commissioner James Quigley and Dr. Coy Honsaker.
  • August 12, 1966
    August 12, 1966
    Episode 240
    8/12/66
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    Bob Cummings concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are comedian-singer Gisele Mackenzie, singer Bobby Vinton, editor of 16 magazine Gloria Stavers, the Armin Brothers (jugglers/acrobats) and Congressional Medal of Honor nominee David C. Dolby. Miss Sixteen of America is chosen from eight finalists.
  • Week of August 15, 1966
    8/15/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is musician Skitch Henderson (Week of 15Aug66-19Aug66); guests are comedian Morey Amsterdam, singer Kaye Stevens and entertainer Liberace.
  • August 16, 1966
    August 16, 1966
    Episode 242
    8/16/66
    0.0
    Skitch Henderson co-hosts; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, singer-actress Shirley Jones and reporter Marie Torre who gives a firsthand account of Lucy Johnson's wedding.
  • August 17, 1966
    August 17, 1966
    Episode 243
    8/17/66
    0.0
    Skitch Henderson co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Frankie Randall, comedic actor Jerry Van Dyke and Vietnam War correspondent Jim Lucas, recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for journalism.
  • August 18, 1966
    August 18, 1966
    Episode 244
    8/18/66
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    Skitch Henderson co-hosts; guests are comedian Dick Shawn, the Geezinslaw Brothers, The Stratford Vagabonds Marching Band and Jerry Pleh program director of Minnesota "Outward Bound" school. Teaching self-confidence through camping in the wilderness.
  • August 19, 1966
    August 19, 1966
    Episode 245
    8/19/66
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    Skitch Henderson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Georgia Gibbs, The Kirby Stone Four, pianist Ronnie David, James Meredith and motorcyclist Steve Wilson shown on the "Globe of Death" billed as one of the most dangerous acts in show business.
  • Week of August 22, 1966
    8/22/66
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    Mike's co-host this week is writer-producer Mel Brooks (Week of 22Aug66-26Aug66); guests are South African singer Miriam Makeba, The Benecini's, Memory Expert Harry Lorayne and Freddie & The Dreamers. Highlights: Freddie and the Dreamers perform "Playboy", "A Windmill In Old Amsterdam", "You Were Made For Me" and "Short Shorts".
  • August 23, 1966
    August 23, 1966
    Episode 247
    8/23/66
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    Mel Brooks co-hosts; guests are drummer Gene Krupa, singer-actress Gloria DeHaven, her father vaudevillian actor Carter DeHaven, singer Jesse Lopez (brother of Trini Lopez) and Millicent Linden exercise expert and author of "Tension in Repose".
  • August 24, 1966
    August 24, 1966
    Episode 248
    8/24/66
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    Mel Brooks co-hosts; guests are drummer Gene Krupa, comedienne Totie Fields, singer Jean-Paul Vignon, softball champion Ed Feigner and divorce lawyer Lawrence Richelts.
  • August 25, 1966
    August 25, 1966
    Episode 249
    8/25/66
    0.0
    Mel Brooks co-hosts; guests are songstress Jane Morgan, singer Dick Roman, Dr. Joyce Brothers, who talks about teenage marriages and Dick Veith owner and operator of "Rent-a-dog" services.
  • August 26, 1966
    August 26, 1966
    Episode 250
    8/26/66
    0.0
    Mel Brooks concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Lainie Kazan, The Kirby Stone Four, comic water sport diver Russ Dodson and TV Producer David Susskind.
  • Week of August 29, 1966
    8/29/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Totie Fields (Week of 29Aug66-02Sepl66); guests are singer Bobby Rydell, The King Sisters, musician Bobby Hackett and author Lee Berman.
  • August 30, 1966
    August 30, 1966
    Episode 252
    8/30/66
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are jazz pianist Errol Garner, folk-humorist Herb Shriner, Margie Pinkus, artist, teaches 'body-painting' and Ashley Montagu, author of "Women are Naturally Superior".
  • August 31, 1966
    August 31, 1966
    Episode 253
    8/31/66
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are I Dream of Jeannie actress Barbara Eden and actor Bill Daily, rock 'n' roll group The Association.
  • September 1, 1966
    September 1, 1966
    Episode 254
    9/1/66
    0.0
    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Enzo Stuarti, humorist Sam Levenson, talks about his new book "Everything But Monday", concert pianist Susan Starr and Larry Patterson, President of Puppyland, a Michigan based company with imports pedigree dogs from all over the world to the United States, narrates a dog show).moreless
  • September 2, 1966
    September 2, 1966
    Episode 255
    9/2/66
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    Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are TV master of ceremonies Bert Parks, jazz group Brasil '66, Na Rang, a Korean orphan flown from Xaduk, Korea to meet her American sponsor, co-host Totie Fields, who supports the child through the Christian Children's Fund, Inc. and Mrs. James Hosteller, of the CCF, accompanies Na Rang and explains the organization's work.moreless
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