The Mike Douglas Show - Season 6

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Episode Guide

  • September 1, 1967
    September 1, 1967
    Episode 250
    9/1/67
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    Totie Fields concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are TV emcee & former host of Queen for a Day Jack Bailey, tenor Enzo Stuarti, singer Denise Darcel, musicians (piano, bass and drums) The Rubin Mitchell Trio and The Bon-Bons, an all-female Drum and Bugle Corps.
  • August 31, 1967
    August 31, 1967
    Episode 249
    8/31/67
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    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actor-singer Desi Arnaz Sr., consumer advocate Ralph Nader and singers The James Brothers.
  • August 30, 1967
    August 30, 1967
    Episode 248
    8/30/67
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    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actress Eve Arden, actor Gale Gordon of The Lucy Show, singers The Rhodes Brothers, singer Kaye Hart and dog psychologist Dare Miller.
  • August 29, 1967
    August 29, 1967
    Episode 247
    8/29/67
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    Totie Fields co-hosts; guests are actor Tab Hunter, Pete Fountain, leader of the Dixieland band, Mrs. Dick Hughes, wife of New Jersey Governor and toymaker Marvin Glass, who shows his "Mousetrap" game and "Mr. Machine".
  • Week of August 28, 1967
    8/28/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Totie Fields (Week of 28Aug67-01Sep67); guests are The Everly Brothers, hotel owner Conrad Hilton, singer John Raitt and dancer & exercise instructor Ann Smith.
  • August 25, 1967
    August 25, 1967
    Episode 245
    8/25/67
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    Arlene Dahl concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor James Darren, comedian Jackie Vernon, The Montfort Priests, singing group, Charlie Tart, cermanics expert and a fashion show of paper 'disposable' dresses.
  • August 24, 1967
    August 24, 1967
    Episode 244
    8/24/67
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    Arlene Dahl co-hosts; guests are singer Jimmy Dean, comedian Pete Barbutti, Dr. Morton Shulman, author of "Anyone Can Make a Million" and rock band The Magnificent Men.
  • August 23, 1967
    August 23, 1967
    Episode 243
    8/23/67
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    Arlene Dahl co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, Louis Nizer, attorney-author who talks about his new book "The Jury Returns" and discusses the law and the news media, singing group (Little) Anthony and the Imperials and belly dancer 'Little Egypt'.
  • August 22, 1967
    August 22, 1967
    Episode 242
    8/22/67
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    Arlene Dahl co-hosts; guests are singer Robert Goulet, actor Vincent Price, British singer Lulu, comedian Norm Crosby and William Harwood, Arlene Dahl's hairdresser.
  • Week of August 21, 1967
    8/21/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Arlene Dahl (Week of 21Aug67-25Aug67); guests are recording artists The Serendipity Singers, singer Sandy Posey, author Bill Sands and comedian Stanley Myron Handelman.
  • August 18, 1967
    August 18, 1967
    Episode 240
    8/18/67
    0.0

    Enzo Stuarti concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Damita Jo, comedian Gene Baylos, pianist Peter Duchin, Max Asnas owner of the Stage Delicatessen and Siegfried Engelmann author of "Give Your Child a Superior Mind".

  • August 17, 1967
    August 17, 1967
    Episode 239
    8/17/67
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    Enzo Stuarti co-hosts; guests are actor David Wayne, comedian Paul Lynde, actress & singer Gloria DeHaven, singing group The Sandpipers, weightlifter Vera Christiansen and Robert Daley author of "The Whole Truth".
  • August 16, 1967
    August 16, 1967
    Episode 238
    8/16/67
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    Enzo Stuarti co-hosts; guests are comedian Jerry Van Dyke, pianist and band leader Skitch Henderson, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and Lyn Tornabene author of "I Passed as a Teenager".
  • August 15, 1967
    August 15, 1967
    Episode 237
    8/15/67
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    Enzo Stuarti co-hosts; guests are singer Roberta Peters, the comedy team Gaylord & Holiday and Msgr. J. Patrick Carroll-Abbing, founder of "Boy's Town of Italy" and author of "But for the Grace of God".
  • Week of August 14, 1967
    8/14/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Enzo Stuarti (Week of 14Aug67-18Aug67); guests are singer Patti Page, comedian John Byner, football player & singer Roosevelt Grier and author George Hunter.
  • July 28, 1967
    July 28, 1967
    Episode 235
    7/28/67
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    Martha Raye concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Van Johnson, The Teddy Wilson Trio, improvisational group The Sessions, dancers Steve and Nick Condos and female pilot Anne Pellegrino, who just returned from flying around the world taking the same route as Amelia Earhart was following when she was lost, using the same type of aircraft.moreless
  • July 27, 1967
    July 27, 1967
    Episode 234
    7/27/67
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    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, Warren Covington and the former Tommy Dorsey Band), Lt. General Walt Lew, of the U.S.M.C. (United States Marine Corps) who talks about the historical background of the Vietnam war and Miss Beverly Bilas who presents a fashion show of little girls' dresses.moreless
  • July 26, 1967
    July 26, 1967
    Episode 233
    7/26/67
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    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are comedian Cliff Arquette (Charley Weaver), The Rhodes Brothers, singers, World's strongest man Paul Anderson and Ella Gale, National Shoppers Test author of "$$$ & Sense" who gives a shopper's test to the studio audience and viewers at home.
  • July 25, 1967
    July 25, 1967
    Episode 232
    7/25/67
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    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are actor Jean Pierre Aumont, Jazz organist Greg Hatza, instumentalist Charles Gregory, Baltimore Colts football player Lenny Moore and the director of the American-Italian Anti-Defamation League Judge Ross DiLorenzo who talks about an unfair idea perpetuated by the news media.
  • Week of July 24, 1967
    Week of July 24, 1967
    Episode 231
    7/24/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Martha Raye (Week of 24Jul67-28Jul67); guests are actor Gig Young, singer-actress Carol Lawrence, magician Bob Balkner and singers Peter & Gordon.
  • July 21, 1967
    July 21, 1967
    Episode 230
    7/21/67
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    Louis Nye concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Peter Ustinov, Buddy Rich and his orchestra, TV producer Ivan Tors, author Judge L.H. Loble and singers The Korean Kittens.
  • July 20, 1967
    July 20, 1967
    Episode 229
    7/20/67
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    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are actor Vincent Price, singer Lorna Luft, comedian Sandy Baron, The Dominican Sisters (singing nuns) and Dr. Haim Ginott psychologist and author of "Between Parent and Child". Highlights: Lorna sings "Smile" & "Bye, Bye Blackbird".
  • July 19, 1967
    July 19, 1967
    Episode 228
    7/19/67
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    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are lecturer Mildred Johnson, singer Ann Hilton, trick gun artist Nelson Sardell and Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66. Highlights: Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 perform "Mais que Nada" and "Night and Day".
  • July 18, 1967
    July 18, 1967
    Episode 227
    7/18/67
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    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are correspondent Sid Davis, The King Sisters, Butterick Patterns Jean Armstrong and Philadelphia's Bubble Gum King and Queen. Highlights: White House correspondent Sid Davis, who talks about President Johnson's meetings with Kosygin and his new grandson. Miss Armstrong presents fashions from women who sew.
  • Week of July 17, 1967
    Week of July 17, 1967
    Episode 226
    7/17/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Louis Nye (Week of 17Jul67-07Jun67); guests are singer Astrud Gilberto, Hines, Hines and Dad, author Adela Rogers St. John and acrobat Morgan Ashton.
  • July 14, 1967
    July 14, 1967
    Episode 225
    7/14/67
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    Patty Duke concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are The Barry Sisters, pianist George Osius, dance instructor "Killer" Joe Piro and Dr. Rose Franzblau psychologist-columnist who talks about marriages.
  • July 13, 1967
    July 13, 1967
    Episode 224
    7/13/67
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    Patty Duke co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Avalon, comedian Jerry Lester, Nancy Claster first teacher of TV's Romper Room, Williams College E-Phlats singing group and Mrs. Rose Kennedy (Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, mother of JFK, RFK and Teddy Kennedy) who talks about measures to be taken to avoid or minimize mentally challenged handicapps.moreless
  • July 12, 1967
    July 12, 1967
    Episode 223
    7/12/67
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    Patty Duke co-hosts; guests are comedian Morey Amsterdam, singer Sonny James, trumpet player Doc Severinsen, Miss Umeda who gives a Japanese cooking demonstration and Six Foreign students discuss their impressions of America.
  • July 11, 1967
    July 11, 1967
    Episode 222
    7/11/67
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    Patty Duke co-hosts; guests are singer Neil Diamond, entertainer Tessie O'Shea, comic Ronnie Martin, Dr. Theodore J. Berry discusses crash diets and actor Louis Fant, "Theatre of the Deaf" delivers passages in sign language from Helen Keller's book, "The World I Live In".
  • Week of July 10, 1967
    Week of July 10, 1967
    Episode 221
    7/10/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress Patty Duke (Week of 10Jul67-14Jul67); guests are bandleader Bob Crosby and the Bobcats, singer Al Martino, comedian Larry Storch and author Brigitta Linner.
  • July 7, 1967
    July 7, 1967
    Episode 220
    7/7/67
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    Robert Merrill concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Hayley Mills, singer Bobby Rydell, mentalist Dunninger and Dr. James Goddard, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.
  • July 6, 1967
    July 6, 1967
    Episode 219
    7/6/67
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    Robert Merrill co-hosts; guests are actress Betsy Palmer, Hollywood columnist Dorothy Manners, Joey Adams, comedian & author of "The Borscht Belt" and the King Richard's Fleugle Knights Band.
  • July 5, 1967
    July 5, 1967
    Episode 218
    7/5/67
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    Robert Merrill co-hosts, guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels, banjo band Your Father's Mustache and Yoga expert Eve Diskin. Highlights: Robert Merrill sings ""Large Al Factolum". Gordon McLendon, radio station owner, talks about censorship of current pop tunes. Eve Diskin, yoga expert & author of "Yoga for Beauty and Health," gives a demonstration.moreless
  • July 4, 1967
    July 4, 1967
    Episode 217
    7/4/67
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    Robert Merrill co-hosts; guests are actor Craig Stevens, singer Marilyn Maye, Georgie Kaye of The Jackie Gleason Show and Encounter (four former drug users).
  • Week of July 3, 1967
    Week of July 3, 1967
    Episode 216
    7/3/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is Met baritone Robert Merrill (Week of 03Jul67-07Jul67); guests are comedienne Rose Marie, Motown singing group The Four Tops and author Dr. Marvin Ziporyn.
  • June 30, 1967
    June 30, 1967
    Episode 215
    6/30/67
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    Kathryn Crosby concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Pete Barbutti, singer Jimmy Dean, bandleader Mitch Miller, heart specialist Dr. Lawrence Meltzer and Jacqueline Susann, author of "Valley of the Dolls"
  • June 29, 1967
    June 29, 1967
    Episode 214
    6/29/67
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    Kathryn Crosby co-hosts; guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, musical group Dukes of Dixieland, actress-comedienne Fannie Flagg, Terese Lasser "Pres. Reach to Reco" and surgeon Dr. Charles Sacks.
  • June 28, 1967
    June 28, 1967
    Episode 213
    6/28/67
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    Kathryn Crosby co-hosts; guests are actress-dancer Ann Miller, singer Rosemary Clooney, Les DeMerle, Sounds of '67 drums, comedian Ralph Pope and author Elmer Winter.
  • June 27, 1967
    June 27, 1967
    Episode 212
    6/27/67
    0.0
    Kathryn Crosby co-hosts; guests are basso Giorgio Tozzi, actress-singer Liza Minelli, comedian Richard Pryor, author Virginia Newman and Charles Wehrer, Dean of the "Sioux Emp. Col".
  • Week of June 26, 1967
    Week of June 26, 1967
    Episode 211
    6/26/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress Kathryn Crosby (Week of 26Jun67-30Jun67); guest are comedian Pat Cooper, singer Al Martino, musical group Brass Mariachi and Father James Kavanaugh, author of "A Modern Priest Looks At His Outdated Church".
  • June 23, 1967
    June 23, 1967
    Episode 210
    6/23/67
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    Marty Allen and Steve Rossi conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actor Craig Stevens of Peter Gunn, entertainer Dagmar author of "The Spy with the Blue Kazoo", gymnast Doris Brause, Lee C. White chairman of the Federal Power Commission, rock 'n roll group, The Happenings and Dr. Stanley Frank, a science researcher who discusses the Kuder Occupational Preference Test.moreless
  • June 22, 1967
    June 22, 1967
    Episode 209
    6/22/67
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    Marty Allen and Steve Rossi co-host; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, trombonist Kai Winding, Bob Hayes, "The World's Fastest Man" who demonstrates his speed, Marlene Cochran 1967 Mrs. America and reporter Sid Davis who talks about the "hot line" use in the Middle East crisis.
  • June 21, 1967
    June 21, 1967
    Episode 208
    6/21/67
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    Marty Allen and Steve Rossi co-host; guests are actress-singer Carol Lawrence, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, singer Earl Wilson Jr., author-attorney Louis Nizer, archer Ann Marston, funnel cake maker Mrs. Anna Mertz and the Federal Power chairman Lee White.
  • June 20, 1967
    June 20, 1967
    Episode 207
    6/20/67
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    Marty Allen and Steve Rossi co-host; guests are singer Engelbert Humperdinck, actress Jane Kean of The Jackie Gleason Show, author Adela Rogers St. John, composers Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bresler and Miami Seaquarium's director Roger Conklin.
  • Week of June 19, 1967
    Week of June 19, 1967
    Episode 206
    6/19/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (Week of 19Jun67-23Jun67); guests are Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, Mayor James H.J. Tate of Philadelphia and the Harpers Bizarre. Highlights: Harpers Bizarre performs "59th Street Bridge Song", "You've Gotta Have A Dream" and "Come to The Sunshine".moreless
  • June 16, 1967
    June 16, 1967
    Episode 205
    6/16/67
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    Vincent Price concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-model Jean Shrimpton, the singing duo of Sandler & Young, famed attorney F. Lee Bailey and comedian Charlie Manna. Highlights: Jean Shrimpton models a coachman's pants suit and a ballgown in a fashion show.
  • June 15, 1967
    June 15, 1967
    Episode 204
    6/15/67
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    Vincent Price co-hosts; guests are actor George Lindsey of The Andy Griffith Show, harmonica player Larry Adler and jugglers-acrobats The Jovers. Highlights: Vincent conducts an art show and reads Walt Whitman's "And Thou America".
  • June 14, 1967
    June 14, 1967
    Episode 203
    6/14/67
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    Vincent Price co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer Chita Rivera, comedian Dick Shawn, tuba player Don Butterfield, Dr. Alan Taylor history professor at American University, who explains the historical background leading to the Middle East crisis and the Texas Girl Choir choral group. Highlights: Vincent Price reads Edgar Allan Poe's "The Telltale Heart".moreless
  • June 13, 1967
    June 13, 1967
    Episode 202
    6/13/67
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    Vincent Price co-hosts; guests are Get Smart actress Barbara Feldon, comedian Sandy Baron, guitarist Al Caiola and Hogan's Heroes actor Robert Clary.
  • Week of June 12, 1967
    Week of June 12, 1967
    Episode 201
    6/12/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is actor Vincent Price (Week of 12Jun67-16Jun67); guests are Batman star Adam West, British singer Lulu and Dr. Fredric Wertam, a psychiatrist who talks about horror movies.
  • June 9, 1967
    June 9, 1967
    Episode 200
    6/9/67
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    Rosemary Clooney concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Vice-President Hubert Humphrey, singer Robert Goulet, tuba player Don Butterfield, race car driver Bob Veith and mystery guest David Jenner.
  • June 8, 1967
    June 8, 1967
    Episode 199
    6/8/67
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    Rosemary Clooney co-hosts; guests are actor Jonathan Harris, The Serendipity Singers, comedian Jackie Mason, guitarist Wes Montgomery, recording artists The Players and W.W. Bauer author of "The Human Story: Facts on Birth, Growth, and Reproduction".
  • June 7, 1967
    June 7, 1967
    Episode 198
    6/7/67
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    Rosemary Clooney co-hosts; guests are the singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, comedian Morty Gunty, pianist Stan Freeman, plate spinner Pedro Cuper and author-casino owner Harold Smith.
  • June 6, 1967
    June 6, 1967
    Episode 197
    6/6/67
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    Rosemary Clooney co-hosts; guests are TV host Robert Q. Lewis, comedian Norm Crosby, The Chad Mitchell Trio, mental projectionist Ted Serias and psychiatrist-author Dr. Jules Eisenbud.
  • Week of June 5, 1967
    Week of June 5, 1967
    Episode 196
    6/5/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Rosemary Clooney (Week of 05Jun67-09Jun67); guests are comedian George Kirby, singing soldier Hershel W. Gober, VP of Dairy Queen Gordon Huber and art instructor Yvonne Anderson.
  • June 2, 1967
    June 2, 1967
    Episode 195
    6/2/67
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    Julius LaRosa co-hosts; guests are the comedy singing duo Homer & Jethro, New York society columnist Doris Lilly and ESP expert David Hoy, who tries some experiments "sensing" objects while he is blindfolded.
  • June 1, 1967
    June 1, 1967
    Episode 194
    6/1/67
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    Julius LaRosa co-hosts; guests are Lone Ranger actor Jay Silverheels, singer Dorothy Collins, singer Marjorie McCoy, comic Morty Storm, fitness expert Ed Allen and Richard Lamparski author of "What Ever Became Of?" talks about celebrities who have dropped out of sight.
  • May 31, 1967
    May 31, 1967
    Episode 193
    5/31/67
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    Julius LaRosa co-hosts; guests are actress-comedienne Carol Burnett, TV host Garry Moore, vocal group The Fuller Brothers, acrobats The Yong Brothers and Dr. Bergen Evans talks about spelling and pronunciation of words in the American language.
  • May 30, 1967
    May 30, 1967
    Episode 192
    5/30/67
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    Julius LaRosa co-hosts; guests are actor-comedian Dom DeLuise, comic Sandy Baron, singer Vikki Carr and Roberta Scott, former Miss Tulsa with an unusual story of courage and cancer.
  • Week of May 29, 1967
    Week of May 29, 1967
    Episode 191
    5/29/67
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    Mike's co-host thie week is singer Julius LaRosa (Week of 29May67-02Jun67); guests are comedian Dick Shawn, singer Shirley Ellis and vibraphone player Red Norvo.
  • May 26, 1967
    May 26, 1967
    Episode 190
    5/26/67
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    Eva Gabor concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Rick Jason of TV's Combat! series, singers Marilyn Maye and Chris Montez and Margaret Kreig author of "Black Market Medicine", Miss Kreig talks about her work as undercover agent for the FDA for three years.
  • May 25, 1967
    May 25, 1967
    Episode 189
    5/25/67
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    Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are songstress Pearl Bailey, singer Frankie Valli, actress Kathryn Crosby, comedian Jerry Shane, composer-pianist Frankie Carle, columnist-author Bob Considine, "It's All News to Me", his wife Millie Considine, author of "Just a Minute, Mrs. Gulliver" who talks about famous people they have known and experiences of their trip to Russia.moreless
  • May 24, 1967
    May 24, 1967
    Episode 188
    5/24/67
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    Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are The Saint star actor Roger Moore, rock 'n roll band Every Mother's Son, Dorothy Fuldheim, author of "I Laughed, I Cried, I Loved", singer Al Alberts and designer Lawrence Kaye with a "fashion show".
  • May 23, 1967
    May 23, 1967
    Episode 187
    5/23/67
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    Eva Gabor co-hosts; guests are singer Paul Anka, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Flamenco dancer Maria Alba, comic Frank Raines aka "Mr. Echo" and Bill Sands, author of "The 7th Step".
  • Week of May 22, 1967
    Week of May 22, 1967
    Episode 186
    5/22/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is the star of Green Acres actress Eva Gabor (Week of 22May67-26May67); guests are singer John Gary, magician Don Alan, Chef and author Albert Stockli, Race car driver Roger Ward and Del Windves with an alligator demonstration.
  • May 19, 1967
    May 19, 1967
    Episode 185
    5/19/67
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    Garry Moore concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Tim Conway, singer Jimmy Boyd, singer Denise Lor, pianist Frankie Carle, author Jim Bishop and Fungo painter Ludwig Steinbeck.
  • May 18, 1967
    May 18, 1967
    Episode 184
    5/18/67
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    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are Country & Western singer Buck Owens, comedienne Betty Walker, Met tenor Richard Tucker, food columnist and author Nika Hazleton and former Alabama Governor George C. Wallace.
  • May 17, 1967
    May 17, 1967
    Episode 183
    5/17/67
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    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are singer Trini Lopez, actress Nancy Dussault, magician Ray Benson and Marshall Loeb, senior editor of TIME magazine.
  • May 16, 1967
    May 16, 1967
    Episode 182
    5/16/67
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    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Laine, actress-dancer Barrie Chase, comedian Rich Little, saxophonist Boots Randolph and ice sculptor Joe Garden.
  • Week of May 15, 1967
    Week of May 15, 1967
    Episode 181
    5/15/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality Garry Moore (Week of 15May67-19May67); guests are singer-composer Mel Torme, singer-comedienne Dorothy Loudon, trumpeter Bobby Hackett and Dr. John M. Connelly Jr., who talks about his service as a combat doctor in Vietnam.
  • May 12, 1967
    May 12, 1967
    Episode 180
    5/12/67
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    Dan Rowan and Dick Martin conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Margaret Whiting, author Adela Rogers St. John and folk singers, The Stoneman Family.
  • May 11, 1967
    May 11, 1967
    Episode 179
    5/11/67
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    Dan Rowan and Dick Martin co-host; guests are comedian Buddy Hackett, actor Robert Morley, singer Jackie DeShannon and Jim Fowler host of TV's Wild Kingdom.
  • May 10, 1967
    May 10, 1967
    Episode 178
    5/10/67
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    Dan Rowan and Dick Martin co-host; guests are Bonanza actor Lorne Greene, sportscaster Jim Simpson, The Kingston Trio and members of pro soccer's Phildaelphia Spartans. Highlights: The Kingston Trio perform "Reuben James", "Tom Dooley", "Parchment Farm" (lip synched) and "Wimoweh".
  • May 9, 1967
    May 9, 1967
    Episode 177
    5/9/67
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    Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, co-host; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., Hollywood columnist Sheilah Graham, The Billy Taylor Trio and the Neshaminy Senior High School Choir.
  • Week of May 8, 1967
    Week of May 8, 1967
    Episode 176
    5/8/67
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    Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin (Week of 08May67-12May67); guests are singer Lesley Gore, songwriter Robert Maxwell and Los Angeles Mayor, Sam Yorty.
  • May 5, 1967
    May 5, 1967
    Episode 175
    5/5/67
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    Agnes Moorehead concludes her co-hosting duties. Guests include pianist Peter Duchin, TV Guide critic Cleveland Amory, The DeJohn Sisters singing group, acrobats The Flying Y's and Max Asnas, owner of New York's Stage Delicatessen.
  • May 4, 1967
    May 4, 1967
    Episode 174
    5/4/67
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    Agnes Moorehead co-hosts; guests are singer Eddie Fisher, comedian Flip Wilson, Hollywood columnist Sheilah Graham and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
  • May 3, 1967
    May 3, 1967
    Episode 173
    5/3/67
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    Agnes Moorehead co-hosts; guests include her "Betwitched" co-star Paul Lynde, actress Gloria DeHaven and Yvette Powell, wife of Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D. NY).
  • May 2, 1967
    May 2, 1967
    Episode 172
    5/2/67
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    Agnes Moorehead co-hosts; guests are actor Van Johnson, accordian player Art Van Damme and the singing duo Chad and Jeremy.
  • Week of May 1, 1967
    Week of May 1, 1967
    Episode 171
    5/1/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress Agnes Moorehead (Week of 01May67-05May67); guests are the Reverend Billy Graham, comedian Cliff Arquette (as Charley Weaver), ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and The Four Freshmen.
  • April 28, 1967
    April 28, 1967
    Episode 170
    4/28/67
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    Barbara Eden concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are her husband, actor Michael Ansara, musical group Spanky and Our Gang, the Surgeon General of U.S. Air Force, Richard Bohannon; Austin Ripley, director of a home for Alcoholic priests and Father Henry Hammet, a former alcoholic.
  • April 27, 1967
    April 27, 1967
    Episode 169
    4/27/67
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    Barbara Eden co-hosts; guests are comedic actor Bill Daily, actor-singer Ed Ames, pianist-composer Joe Harnell, magician Ralph Adams and John Ott, who talks about time-lapse photography.
  • April 26, 1967
    April 26, 1967
    Episode 168
    4/26/67
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    Barbara Eden co-hosts; guests are Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy, Met Soprano Anna Moffo, author Frances Koltun and memory expert Harry Lorayne.
  • April 25, 1967
    April 25, 1967
    Episode 167
    4/25/67
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    Barbara Eden co-hosts; guests are comedian George Carlin, singer Jerry Vale, Joe Hyams, biographer of Humphrey Bogart, Jim Fowler of TV's Wild Kingdom and the Herbie Mann Quintet.
  • Week of April 24, 1967
    4/24/67
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress Barbara Eden (Week of 24Apr67-28Apr67); guests are vibraphone player Lionel Hampton, comedian Ralph Pope, child psychologist Frances Horwich of Ding Dong School and Ricky Nelson with his wife Kris of the TV series The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.
  • April 21, 1967
    April 21, 1967
    Episode 165
    4/21/67
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    Robert Taylor concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Agnes Moorehead, cartoonist Milt Caniff, comedian Norm Crosby and rock 'n' roll singer Mitch Ryder.
  • April 20, 1967
    April 20, 1967
    Episode 164
    4/20/67
    0.0
    Robert Taylor co-hosts; guests are comedian Shelley Berman, singer Betty Johnson, trumpet player Jonah Jones and Dr. John F. Gillespie "The Ideal Hospital".
  • April 19, 1967
    April 19, 1967
    Episode 163
    4/19/67
    0.0
    Robert Taylor co-hosts; guests are humorist Cliff Arquette (as Charlie Weaver), actress-author Arlene Dahl, singer Marilyn Maye, electronic musicians Gershan Kingsley and Jean Jacu Perrey.
  • April 18, 1967
    April 18, 1967
    Episode 162
    4/18/67
    0.0
    Robert Taylor co-hosts; guests are actor James Farentino, actress-singer Michele Lee, film critic Judith Crist, Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 and time lapse photographer James Ott. Highlights: Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 perform "Mais Que Nada", "Goin' Out of My Head" and "One Note Samba".
  • Week of April 17, 1967
    4/17/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Robert Taylor (Week of 17Apr67-21Apr67); guests are singer Patti Page, pianist Liberace, musical comedy star Joel Grey and Mesannie Wilkins author of "Last of the Saddle Tramps".
  • April 14, 1967
    April 14, 1967
    Episode 160
    4/14/67
    0.0
    Barbara Feldon concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are author Adela Rogers St. John, barbershop quartet Deep Six Minus Two and the US Naval Glee Club singers.
  • April 13, 1967
    April 13, 1967
    Episode 159
    4/13/67
    0.0
    Barbara Feldon co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, psychologist Dr. Rose Franzblau, Country singers Homer & Jethro, high fashion photographyer Harold Kreiger and David Lawrence a "manie" cosmetologist.
  • April 12, 1967
    April 12, 1967
    Episode 158
    4/12/67
    0.0
    Barbara Feldon co-hosts; guests are singing Cowboy Gene Autry, Don Herbert TV's Mr. Wizard, singer Nick Palmer, author John Van Altena Jr. and Frank Hubbell and The Stompers.
  • April 11, 1967
    April 11, 1967
    Episode 157
    4/11/67
    0.0
    Barbara Feldon co-hosts; guests are actress Elizabeth Allen, singer Frank Sinatra Jr., W.C. Fields Jr, W.C. Field's only son, Madeline Kamman who demonstrates French pastry and psychologist-author Helen T. Southard.
  • Week of April 10, 1967
    4/10/67
    0.0
    Barbara Feldon is this weeks co-host; guests include Marty Ingels; Cab Calloway and his daughter Chris Calloway; Dr. Fredric Wertham author of A Sign For Cain and The Electric Prunes, they perform I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night, and Toonerville Trolley.
  • March 31, 1967
    March 31, 1967
    Episode 150
    3/31/67
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Ryan O'Neal, his co-star and wife actress Leigh Taylor Young of TV's Peyton Place, Country music performer Roy Clark, comedienne Pat Suzuki, author Michael Dorman and Flamenco dancer Jose Greco.
  • March 30, 1967
    March 30, 1967
    Episode 149
    3/30/67
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, actress-comedienne Fannie Flagg and commentator Rod MacLeish.
  • March 29, 1967
    March 29, 1967
    Episode 148
    3/29/67
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Davis & Reese, Edith Head, author & costume designer, singer Paula Wayne and author Dan Tyler Moore.
  • March 28, 1967
    March 28, 1967
    Episode 147
    3/28/67
    0.0
    Eddy Arnold co-hosts; guests are singer Molly Bee, Liz Carpenter, Mrs. Johnson's secretary, jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie and comedian Charlie Manna.
  • Week of March 27, 1967
    3/27/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Eddy Arnold (Week of 27Mar67-31Mar67); guests are actress-singer Terry Moore, vocal group The Mitchell Trio, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara and physical fitness expert Dean Miller.
  • March 24, 1967
    March 24, 1967
    Episode 145
    3/24/67
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Carol Arthur (Dom's wife), comedian-actor Sandy Baron, singer Vicki Carr and author Adela Rogers St. John.
  • March 23, 1967
    March 23, 1967
    Episode 144
    3/23/67
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests are singer Teresa Brewer, actress Betty Furness and The New Vaudeville Band.
  • March 22, 1967
    March 22, 1967
    Episode 143
    3/22/67
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Kruschen, author Ashley Montague, singer Della Reese and The Shetters.
  • March 21, 1967
    March 21, 1967
    Episode 142
    3/21/67
    0.0
    Dom DeLuise co-hosts; guests are singer Janice Harper, actor Ed Platt of TV series Get Smart, comedian Pete Barbutti, guitarist-harmonica Jean Thielemans and stuntmen The Gentry Brothers.
  • Week of March 20, 1967
    3/20/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian-actor Dom DeLuise (Week of 20Mar67-24Mar67); guests are singer Abbe Lane, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, actress-comedienne Ruth Buzzi, Williams College, E-Phlats, a cappella singing group and flower arranging expert Blanche Phelps.
  • March 17, 1967
    March 17, 1967
    Episode 140
    3/17/67
    0.0
    Polly Bergen concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian-actor Larry Storch, columnist Ann Landers, The Steel Bandits (a steel drum ensemble) and sculptor Luis Antonio Sanguino, who displays some of his work.
  • March 16, 1967
    March 16, 1967
    Episode 139
    3/16/67
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are pro-golfer-singer Don Cherry, pianist Carmen Cavallero and Father Robert Capon, Episcopal priest and author of "An Offering of Uncles". Highlights: Father Capon talks about his book, teenagers, dieting and Sunday Christians. A judo demonstration is given.
  • March 15, 1967
    March 15, 1967
    Episode 138
    3/15/67
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are actor David Hedison of TV's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, the singing duo of Sandler and Young, comedian Ralph Pope and mentalist the Amazing Kreskin.
  • March 14, 1967
    March 14, 1967
    Episode 137
    3/14/67
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are actor Forrest Tucker of TV's F-Troop, The Ramsey Lewis Trio jazz group, comic Hank Bradford and David C. Whitney author of "Flying Saucers 1947-1967".
  • Week of March 13, 1967
    3/13/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is singer-actress Polly Bergen (Week of 13Mar67-17Mar67); guests are singer Pearl Bailey, drummer Louis Bellson (Pearl's husband) and author Madeline Gray.
  • March 10, 1967
    March 10, 1967
    Episode 135
    3/10/67
    0.0
    Van Johnson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Edie Adams, actress June Allyson, "Man-of-the-Year" award winner John Putman, Florida Governor Claude Kirk and his wife and World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Water fun is furnished by the Swim Fins and Aqua Zanies.
  • March 9, 1967
    March 9, 1967
    Episode 134
    3/9/67
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are singer-dancer Joey Heatherton and her brother Dick Heatherton, pro golfer Doug Sanders, Pete Fountain and his Dixieland Band, Alan Tresser with a "Simon Sez" game and the youngsters of the Sarasota Sailor Circusand a sportswear fashion show.
  • March 8, 1967
    March 8, 1967
    Episode 133
    3/8/67
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are comic actor Bill Daily, actress Mary Ann Mobley former Miss America of 1959 and pianist Skitch Henderson. Also aqua maids and aqua marines and log rollers from Cypress Gardens, Florida.
  • March 7, 1967
    March 7, 1967
    Episode 132
    3/7/67
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are humorist Cliff Arquette (as Charlie Weaver), The Four Saints vocal group, actor Buster Crabbe Olympic swimming champion in 1932 and singer Betty Clooney (Rosemary Clooney's sister). Also includes flyer boats and water jousting, diving, and a fashion show of sports and swim wear.
  • Week of March 6, 1967
    Week of March 6, 1967
    Episode 131
    3/6/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week from Cypress Gardens, Florida is actor Van Johnson (Week of 06Mar67-10Mar67); guests are actor Michael Landon, comedienne Totie Fields, The McGuire Sisters, ski instructor Buster McCalla and a Water polo match between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.
  • March 3, 1967
    March 3, 1967
    Episode 130
    3/3/67
    0.0
    Al Martino concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic Professor Irwin Corey, singer Bobbi Martin, singing group The Young Rascals and Morris Blatman a pharmacist who discusses the role of the druggist, FDA approval of drugs and the high cost of medicines. Professor Irwin Corey relegates us with his take on the History of Drugs. Highlights: The Rascals perform "Good Lovin'", "Since I Fell For You", "Lonely Too Long" and "Come On Up".moreless
  • March 2, 1967
    March 2, 1967
    Episode 129
    3/2/67
    0.0
    Al Martino co-hosts; guests are actress Kathleen Nolan from The Real McCoys, The Pair Extraordinaire and comedian Ralph Pope Highlights: Mike and Al Martino sing "Summer Wind" and "Summertime".
  • March 1, 1967
    March 1, 1967
    Episode 128
    3/1/67
    0.0
    Al Martino co-host; guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, comedienne-singer Donna Jean Young, author William Surface and The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, with trumpeter Thad Jones and drummer Mel Lewis.
  • February 28, 1967
    February 28, 1967
    Episode 127
    2/28/67
    0.0
    Al Martino co-hosts; guests are comedian Louis Nye, singer Brenda Lee, furrier Nat Lafield who shows fur fashions, Perrey & Kingsley with electronic music and Frank Elli author of "The Riot".
  • Week of February 27, 1967
    2/27/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Al Martino (Week of 27Feb67-03Mar67); guests are singer Lou Rawls, songstress Teresa Brewer, humorist Cliff "Charlie Weaver" Arquette and psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers. Also an Aikido demonstration, the art of self defense.
  • February 24, 1967
    February 24, 1967
    Episode 125
    2/24/67
    0.0
    Molly Picon concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer John Raitt, The Temptations, comedian Allan Sherman and fashion designer Rudi Gernreich. Also a tribute to Robert Frost is given.
  • February 23, 1967
    February 23, 1967
    Episode 124
    2/23/67
    0.0
    Molly Picon co-hosts; guests are singer June Valli, dance expert "Killer" Joe Piro, the singing group Tommy Makem & The Clancy Brothers and Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. author of "The Bitter Heritage", which deals with Vietnam.
  • February 22, 1967
    February 22, 1967
    Episode 123
    2/22/67
    0.0
    Molly Picon co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comedian Bob King, vocal group The Four Freshmen and Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey with her mentally challenged 6-year-old granddaughter Vicky. Mrs. Humphrey talks about problems of raising normal and challenged children.
  • February 21, 1967
    February 21, 1967
    Episode 122
    2/21/67
    0.0
    Molly Picon co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Sally Ann Howes, rock music group The Animals, yoga teacher Michael Brod and Senator Charles H. Percy (R-Il), who talks about the "head start" program.
  • Week of February 20, 1967
    2/20/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is stage and screen actress Molly Picon (Week of 20Feb67-24Feb67); guests are actor Andy Griffith, musical comedy star Joel Grey and Jules Bergman, ABC Science Editor.
  • February 17, 1967
    February 17, 1967
    Episode 120
    2/17/67
    0.0
    Gene Barry concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic Prof. Irwin Corey, musical comedy star Dolores Gray, guitarist Al Caiola, physical fitness expert Jim Corea and John T. Scopes defendant in the famous 1925 "Monkey Trial".
  • February 16, 1967
    February 16, 1967
    Episode 119
    2/16/67
    0.0
    Gene Barry co-hosts; guests are comedian Henny Youngman, pianist Jose Melis, actress Judy Carne, Edith Vincent (who commentates a bridal fashion show) and Dr. Leontine Young author of "Life Among the Giants".
  • February 15, 1967
    February 15, 1967
    Episode 118
    2/15/67
    0.0
    Gene Barry co-hosts guests include journalist Barbara Walters, singer Jack Jones, actress Jill St. John, comedienne Fannie Flagg and The Three Toys.
  • February 14, 1967
    February 14, 1967
    Episode 117
    2/14/67
    0.0
    Gene Barry co-hosts, guests are Quick draw gun expert Al Rome, "Rajah" the Mynah Bird with Colin Kerr, his trainer, The Young Holt Trio and Cornelia Otis Skinner, actress-author of "Madame Sarah" a biography of French actress Sarah Bernhardt.
  • Week of February 13, 1967
    2/13/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Gene Barry (Week of 13Feb67-17Feb67); guests are dancer Gregory Hines, actress-dancer Ruby Keeler, comedienne Phyllis Diller, singing group The Kingston Trio and marriage advisor George Crane. Highlights: The Kingston Trio perform "Rovin' Gambler/This Train", "Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound", "Tom Dooley" and "Tijuana Jail".moreless
  • February 10, 1967
    February 10, 1967
    Episode 115
    2/10/67
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic Pat Cooper, singer Anita Bryant, author Adela Rogers St. Johns who talks about the Kennedy-Manchaster feud and singing group Our Young Generation.
  • February 9, 1967
    February 9, 1967
    Episode 114
    2/9/67
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actor James Mason, musical comedy star Norman Wisdom (from Broadway's Walking Happy), The Three Coins, singing group and Dr. Stephen Beltz director of the Philadelphia Center for Behavior Modification.
  • February 8, 1967
    February 8, 1967
    Episode 113
    2/8/67
    10
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are singer Peggy King, comedian John Byner, cornet player Bobby Hackett and mentalist the Amazing Kreskin.
  • February 7, 1967
    February 7, 1967
    Episode 112
    2/7/67
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Connie Stevens, actor George Lindsey of the Andy Griffith Show, harmonica player Al Blank and hair stylist Hugh Harrison.
  • Week of February 6, 1967
    2/6/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Johnny Mathis (Week of 06Feb67-10Feb67); guests are humorist Dick Cavett, actress Andrea Dromn and vocal group Our Young Generation.
  • February 3, 1967
    February 3, 1967
    Episode 110
    2/3/67
    0.0
    Roberta Peters concludes co-hosting duties; guests are Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, the comedy team of McCall and Brill (Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill) and Lt. Dieter Dengler USN a Viet Cong prisoner who escaped.
  • February 2, 1967
    February 2, 1967
    Episode 109
    2/2/67
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are comedian Jackie Vernon, The Four Seasons, singer-actor Don Francks and Louise Rohner author of "The Divorcee's Handbook".
  • February 1, 1967
    February 1, 1967
    Episode 108
    2/1/67
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are actor Edgar Buchanan, The DeJohn Sisters, actor Ken Corday, the knife throwing act of Collins and Elizabeth and Dr. Marvin J. Gersh, author of "How to Raise Children at Home in Your Spare Time".
  • January 31, 1967
    January 31, 1967
    Episode 107
    1/31/67
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are pianist-organist Earl Grant, singer Tony Martin, comedian Joey Adams, harpist Samuel Pratt, physical fitness instructor Joseph Pilates and astrologer Jean Dixon who discusses her gift of prophecy.
  • Week of January 30, 1967
    1/30/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Opera singer Roberta Peters (Week of 30Jan67-03Feb67); guests are singer Eddie Fisher, British humorist David Frost, The Arbors, vocal group, Col. Bernard Fisher, USAF Medal of Honor Receipient and hair stylist Hugh Harrison.
  • January 27, 1967
    January 27, 1967
    Episode 105
    1/27/67
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey concludes her co-hosting duties, guests are legendary comedian Mr. Television himself, Milton Berle, actor-singer Van Johnson, The Allen Brothers and Robert Ettinger author of "The Prospect of Immortality".
  • January 26, 1967
    January 26, 1967
    Episode 104
    1/26/67
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts, guests are The Kingston Trio, comedian Louis Nye, composer Harry Richman and Karen Liu who discusses the Chinese New Year. Also reporter Frank Edwards who talks about loony laws. Highlights: The Kingston Trio perform "Greenback Dollar", "Scotch and Soda" and a rarity "Rev. Mr. Black" with John playing the banjo part instead of Glen Campbell.moreless
  • January 25, 1967
    January 25, 1967
    Episode 103
    1/25/67
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts, guests are actor-comedian Tony Randall, trombonist Kai Winding, the comedy team of Kalli and Taylor (Frank Kalli and Jay Taylor) and driving expert Denise McCluggage author of "Are You a Woman Driver?"
  • January 24, 1967
    January 24, 1967
    Episode 102
    1/24/67
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts, guests are actor Ray Milland, cartoonist Walt Kelly (Creator of Poco), the comedy team of Davis and Reese and The Joe Cuba Sextet.
  • Week of January 23, 1967
    1/23/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Pearl Bailey (Week of 23Jan67-27Jan67); guests are actor George Segal, singer Lana Cantrell and singing group The Four Preps.
  • January 20, 1967
    January 20, 1967
    Episode 100
    1/20/67
    0.0
    Buddy Greco concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Lou Rawls, civil rights activist Bayard Rustin and Spaceball experts Eddie Cole and Gary Erwin.
  • January 19, 1967
    January 19, 1967
    Episode 99
    1/19/67
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are actor Howard Keel, entertainer Bob Eberly, singer Helen Forrest, comic Jack Eagle, Lee Castle (of the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra), Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra and Hazel Fitzgerald director of American Airlines Stewardess College.
  • January 18, 1967
    January 18, 1967
    Episode 98
    1/18/67
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are actress Maureen O'Sullivan, actor Johnny Weismuller, humorist Cliff "Charlie Weaver" Arquette, Afro jazz drummer Montego Joe and group and photographer David Douglas Duncan talks about his book "Yankee Nomad".
  • January 17, 1967
    January 17, 1967
    Episode 97
    1/17/67
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are the singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, actor-singer Paul Petersen, The "Hardly Worth-it" Players (three men responsible for a new record) and Roger Penske who demonstrates his specially built racing car.
  • Week of January 16, 1967
    1/16/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Buddy Greco (Week of 16Jan67-20Jan67); guests are TV personality George Jessel, singer Susan Barrett, pianist-singer Hazel Scott, Lawrence Lightner, asst. surgeon general and Lawrence G. Kersta, electrical engineer and physicist, demonstrates "voice prints".
  • January 13, 1967
    January 13, 1967
    Episode 95
    1/13/67
    0.0
    Dick Gregory is today's co-host; guests are singer-dancer Chita Rivera, the piano team of Derek and Ray, singer Ronnie Dove and Tweed Roosevelt (great grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt, who talks about his VISTA volunteer work).
  • January 12, 1967
    January 12, 1967
    Episode 94
    1/12/67
    0.0
    Sid Caesar is today's co-host; guests are TV personality Arthur Godfrey, singer Jennie Smith and recording group The Cavemen. Also Jim O'Brien who gives a saber fight demonstration.
  • January 11, 1967
    January 11, 1967
    Episode 93
    1/11/67
    0.0
    Morey Amsterdam is today's co-host, guests are actor George Segal, singer Billy Daniels, puppeteer-ventriloquist Shari Lewis and clothes designer Richard Blackwell. Also little Donna Dill, the 1967 March of Dimes poster girl.
  • January 10, 1967
    January 10, 1967
    Episode 92
    1/10/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts for today are Marty Allen and Steve Rossi. Guests are singer Lesley Gore, the Modern Jazz Quartet, Judith Lakin (who gives a paper mache jewelry demonstration) and Murray Siegel president of "Think Thin Inc".
  • Week of January 9, 1967
    1/9/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is comedian Don Rickles; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, singer Damita Jo, pianist-composer Joe Harnell and author Ruth Tolman.
  • January 6, 1967
    January 6, 1967
    Episode 90
    1/6/67
    0.0
    Joan Fontaine concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Don Ameche, Jazz singer Joe Williams, TV personality Henry Morgan, singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels, pianist-composer Bobby Troup, comedian-actor Sandy Baron and Fraydele Oysher star of the Yiddish Theater. Henry Morgan discusses two books, "All in the Family" and "Death of a President".
  • January 5, 1967
    January 5, 1967
    Episode 89
    1/5/67
    0.0
    Joan Fontaine co-hosts; guests are actor Anthony Perkins, singer Stevie Wonder, singer-vaudeville star Rudy Vallee, dance instructor "Killer" Joe Piro, Dr. I.M. Levitt, the director of the Fels Planatarium of the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia and Gloria Bley Miller author of "The Thousand Recipe Chinese Cookbook".
  • January 4, 1967
    January 4, 1967
    Episode 88
    1/4/67
    0.0
    Joan Fontaine co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Connie Stevens, comedian Pete Barbutti, The Brothers Four, singing group, author Beverly Byrne and Little Angels of Korea, fold dancers.
  • January 3, 1967
    January 3, 1967
    Episode 87
    1/3/67
    10
    Joan Fontaine co-hosts; guests are actor Dudley Moore, cartoonist Al Capp, singer Morgana King, The Kirby Stone Four, singers Earl Wrightson & Lois Hunt and author Irving Clark Jr.
  • Week of January 2, 1967
    1/2/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Joan Fontaine (Week of 02Jan67-06Jan67); guests are comedian Norm Crosby, author Frank Edwards, Jazz musician Lionel Hampton and operatic soprano Jane Marsh.
  • December 30, 1966
    December 30, 1966
    Episode 85
    12/30/66
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Ross Martin, singer January Jones, comedian Sandy Baron, jazz pianist and composer Bobby Troup and Jordan Klein, underwater cinematographer who shows film sequences.
  • December 29, 1966
    December 29, 1966
    Episode 84
    12/29/66
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, trombonist Harold Betters, actress-singer Monique Van Vooren, comedian Charlie Manna and Fred Ulmer, Philadelphia Zoo Curator, who talks about the fear of snakes.
  • December 28, 1966
    December 28, 1966
    Episode 83
    12/28/66
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts, guests are comedian Rich Little, Henry James and his Orchestra and Pearl S. Buck who talks about her foundation for displaced children in her book "For Spacious Skies".
  • December 27, 1966
    December 27, 1966
    Episode 82
    12/27/66
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are Kaye Ballard, organist Richard "Groove" Holmes and TV personality Dorothy Fuldheim author of "I Laughed, I Cried, I Loved: A New Analyst's Love Affair With the World".
  • Week of December 26, 1966
    12/26/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Sergio Franchi {Week of 26Dec66-30Dec66); guests are actor Peter Lawford, singer Pat Kirby, The Temptations, comedian Dick Gregory and Professor Frederick Hartt.
  • December 23, 1966
    December 23, 1966
    Episode 80
    12/23/66
    0.0
    Peter Lawford concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Eileen Barton, The Four Freshmen, comedian Flip Wilson, Pastor David Eberhard and Glue Gun Fashions.
  • December 22, 1966
    December 22, 1966
    Episode 79
    12/22/66
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are singer Phyllis McGuire, comedian Pat Henry, Producer-director Otto Preminger, Marimba player Jose Bethancourt and chef Eddie Doucette who talks about eggs and makes an egg-burger.
  • December 21, 1966
    December 21, 1966
    Episode 78
    12/21/66
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, actor Michael Callan, comic Morty Gunty, surfer Bruce Brown and The United Nations Children's Choir.
  • December 20, 1966
    December 20, 1966
    Episode 77
    12/20/66
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are dancer-singer Chita Rivera, comic Pat Cooper, singer Jerry Vale and MGM make-up artist Bill Tuttle.
  • Week of December 19, 1966
    12/19/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Peter Lawford (Week of 19Dec66-23Dec66); guests are singer Julius LaRosa, designer Oleg Cassini, The Swingin' Six, Art Arfons land-speed record holder, author Ann Howard and the Girls Volley Ball Team from Woodrow Wilson High School, Camden N.J.
  • December 16, 1966
    December 16, 1966
    Episode 75
    12/16/66
    0.0
    Edie Adams concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey, actor Herschel Bernardi, comedian Pete Barbutti and The Lettermen.
  • December 15, 1966
    December 15, 1966
    Episode 74
    12/15/66
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are Baja Marimba Band, the comedy team of Lewis and Christy, Eugene Methvin author of "Let's Have Justice for Non-Criminals Too" and Lawrence Speiser director of the American Civil Liberties Union. Methvin and Speiser debate on civil rights.
  • December 14, 1966
    December 14, 1966
    Episode 73
    12/14/66
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, comedian Ralph Pope, trumpeter Jonah Jones and Vernon McKenzie, chief of the Air Pollution division, talks about fuel wastes, a big menace in cities.
  • December 13, 1966
    December 13, 1966
    Episode 72
    12/13/66
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are trumpeter Al Hirt, the comedy team of Colvin and Wilder, guitarist Luiz Bonfa and Sid Davis, White House correspondent who relates stories about the late President John F. Kennedy.
  • Week of December 12, 1966
    12/12/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is singer-comedienne Edie Adams (Week of 12Dec66-16Dec66); guests are The Mills Brothers, comedian John Byner, actor-comic Will Jordan, Ragtime pianist Max Morath, astrologer Sybil Leek and John Tyler.
  • December 9, 1966
    December 9, 1966
    Episode 70
    12/9/66
    0.0
    Paul Anka concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard,singer Leslie Uggams who answers questions from girls in the audience and Hawaiian singer Don Ho and his Allies.
  • December 8, 1966
    December 8, 1966
    Episode 69
    12/8/66
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Jane Marsh, comedian Norm Crosby, Baja Marimba Band, lawyer F. Lee Bailey and Dr. and Mrs. Sam Shephard.
  • December 7, 1966
    December 7, 1966
    Episode 68
    12/7/66
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are humorist Sam Levenson, singer Peggy King and the pop duo of Chad and Jeremy.
  • December 6, 1966
    December 6, 1966
    Episode 67
    12/6/66
    0.0
    Paul Anka co-hosts; guests are actress Patty Duke, trumpeter Al Hirt, comedian Jerry Van Dyke and Philadelphia DA Arlen Specter.
  • Week of December 5, 1966
    12/5/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-songwriter Paul Anka (Week of 05Dec66-09Dec66); guests are ventriloquist Shari Lewis, rocker Wayne Cochran and author Steve Kelman.
  • December 2, 1966
    December 2, 1966
    Episode 65
    12/2/66
    0.0
    Allan Sherman concludes a week as co-host and guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, singer Paula Wayne, magician Scalzo and company. Dr. Irvinq Markowitz (who discusses children's dreams), and Mrs. French and Miss Emmmons, owners of a bake shop who bake a whiskey cake.
  • December 1, 1966
    December 1, 1966
    Episode 64
    12/1/66
    0.0
    Allan Sherman co-hosts; guests are pianist Les McCann and his Trio, Rat Patrol star Christopher George, singing sensation Mrs. Miller and David Laughridge, representative of Lionel Trains, who shows antique and model trains and author Candy Jones ("Between Us Girls").
  • November 30, 1966
    November 30, 1966
    Episode 63
    11/30/66
    0.0
    Allan Sherman co-hosts, guests are Opera singer Richard Tucker, songstress Dorothy Collins, founder of Weight Watchers Jean Nidetch, Earle Hessy and The Polk 4 Hop Resters.
  • November 29, 1966
    November 29, 1966
    Episode 62
    11/29/66
    0.0
    Allan Sherman co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Anna Moffo, Jazz singer Joe Williams, Meadowlark Lemon (formerly of the Harlem Globetrotters) and Jeanne Devers, Food and Drug Administration.
  • Week of November 28, 1966
    11/28/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is satirist-musician Allan Sherman (Week of 28Nov66-02Dec66); guests are actress Elsa Lanchester, singer Shani Wallis, Mrs. Buster Keaton and The Royal Showband.
  • November 25, 1966
    November 25, 1966
    Episode 60
    11/25/66
    0.0
    Jane Powell concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Buddy Greco, Hogan's Heroes star Bob Crane, Kai Winding Group and trainer Dal Winders with dolphin Flipper II.
  • November 24, 1966
    November 24, 1966
    Episode 59
    11/24/66
    0.0
    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, recording star Chris Montez, ESP expert David Hoy, Gershon Kingsley and Jean-Jacques Perrey developers of electonic sono-synthesis and Richard Lathrop editor of "Who's Hiring Who".
  • November 23, 1966
    November 23, 1966
    Episode 58
    11/23/66
    0.0
    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Laine, Football great Jim Brown, drummer Buddy Rich and his band, allergist Dr. Harry Rogers, TV personality Gene Rayburn and champion tennis player Bill Talbert.
  • November 22, 1966
    November 22, 1966
    Episode 57
    11/22/66
    0.0
    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are comedian Don Rickles, singer James Brown, author Ella Gale and hairstylist Ernie Adler.
  • Week of November 21, 1966
    11/21/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Jane Powell (Week of 21Nov66-25Nov66); guests are actor-author Roddy McDowall who shows excerpts from his book "Double Exposure", singer Jimmy Dean, comedienne Betty Walker and consumer advocate Ralph Nader author of "Unsafe At Any Speed".
  • November 18, 1966
    November 18, 1966
    Episode 55
    11/18/66
    0.0
    Dick Shawn concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Phyllis Newman, columnist-humorist Art Buchwald, the Swingle Singers, jazz pianist Earl Fatha Hines and Sabu.
  • November 17, 1966
    November 17, 1966
    Episode 54
    11/17/66
    0.0
    Dick Shawn co-hosts; guests are pianist Erroll Garner, TV personality Henry Morgan, actor Mike Minor and actress Meredith MacRae both from TV's Petticoat Junction, exercise expert Debbie Drake and author Mrs. Norman Vincent Peale.
  • November 16, 1966
    November 16, 1966
    Episode 53
    11/16/66
    0.0
    Dick Shawn co-hosts; guests are singer Al Martino, actress Nancy Dussault, guitarist Charlie Byrd, six little girls presenting a sleepwear fashion show and the Reverend Malcolm Boyd. Reverend Boyd, Episcopal priest, is author of "Are You Running With Me, Jesus?"
  • November 15, 1966
    November 15, 1966
    Episode 52
    11/15/66
    0.0
    Dick Shawn co-hosts; guests are actress Leslie Caron, the singing duo Sandler & Young, singer Gale Garnett, Dr. Frances Horwich of Ding Dong School and Sandy Roberts (Miss Teenage American of 1966). Leslie Caron shows behind-the-scene film clips taken on the set of her new motion picture Is Paris Burning?
  • Week of November 14, 1966
    11/14/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Dick Shawn (Week of 14Nov66-18Nov66); guests are actress Virna Lisi, The DeJohn Sisters, author Myron Brenton and Sgt. Souza and the Young Marines.
  • November 11, 1966
    November 11, 1966
    Episode 50
    11/11/66
    0.0
    Ann Sothern concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Bob King, pianist Horst Jankowski, singer Stephen Douglass, TV dance couple Arthur & Kathryn Murray and Dr. Robert W. Kistner researcher in the field of infertility in women. Kathryn Murray tells anecdotes from her book, "Family Laugh Lines".
  • November 10, 1966
    November 10, 1966
    Episode 49
    11/10/66
    0.0
    Ann Sothern co-hosts; guests are comedian Tim Conway, singer Matt Monro, Mary Hemingway, wife of the Pulitzer Prize winning author Ernest Hemmingway, instrumentalists, The Dukes of Dixieland and hand-writing analyst Dorothy Sara.
  • November 9, 1966
    November 9, 1966
    Episode 48
    11/9/66
    0.0
    Ann Sothern co-hosts, guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, Champion Skier Karl Schranz, The Platters and scientist and astronomer Dr. I.M. Levitt. Levitt talks about flying saucers. Also Ski fashions for men and women are shown.
  • November 8, 1966
    November 8, 1966
    Episode 47
    11/8/66
    0.0
    Ann Sothern co-hosts; guests are singer Dusty Springfield, actor Keefe Brasselle, Sandler & Young, comedian Lee Tully and Gerold Frank, author of "The Boston Strangler".
  • Week of November 7, 1966
    11/7/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Ann Sothern (Week of 07Nov66-11Nov66); guests are actor Gary Crosby, comedian Flip Wilson, drummer Buddy Rich and an anonymous investor discusses how he lost $62,000 in the stock market.
  • November 4, 1966
    November 4, 1966
    Episode 45
    11/4/66
    0.0
    Cesar Romero concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV's Betwitched star actress Elizabeth Montgomery, producer David Merrick, French singer Gilbert Becaud, the comedy team of Hendra and Ullet, writer-director Abe Burrows, Unitarian minister Rev. Rudolph W. Nemser and the pint-size rock 'n roll group "Gary and the Hornets".
  • November 3, 1966
    November 3, 1966
    Episode 44
    11/3/66
    0.0
    Cesar Romero co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Polly Bergen, Weight lifting Champ Lou Kushner, The Pair-Extraordinaire, singer-musican team and Presidential advisor on Consumer Affairs, Mrs. Esther Peterson.
  • November 2, 1966
    November 2, 1966
    Episode 43
    11/2/66
    0.0
    Cesar Romero co-hosts; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., comedian Ralph Pope and singing group The DeJohn Sisters.
  • November 1, 1966
    November 1, 1966
    Episode 42
    11/1/66
    0.0
    Cesar Romero co-hosts; guests are actor Sebastian Cabot, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, singer Margaret Whiting, pro-golfer singer Don Cherry, The Tarantella Dancers and Captain John Ridgway the man who rowed across the Atlantic.
  • Week of October 31, 1966
    10/31/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Cesar Romero (Week of 31Oct66-04Nov66); guests are singer Chris Crosby, comedian Bob Melvin and Bandleader Bob Crosby and his Bob Cats.
  • October 28, 1966
    October 28, 1966
    Episode 40
    10/28/66
    0.0
    Carmel Quinn concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Bob Newhart, American bullfighter Sydney Frankin, song and dance men billed as "The Fall Guy", acrobats The Amin Brothers and 'The Street Singer' Arthur Tracy.
  • October 27, 1966
    October 27, 1966
    Episode 39
    10/27/66
    10
    Carmel Quinn co-hosts; guests are TV host and announcer Les Crane, comedian George Carlin, Country singer Jimmy Dean, The Andrew Sisters, hairstylist Vidal Sassoon and The Eaglelettes (official cheerleaders for the Eagles football team).
  • October 26, 1966
    October 26, 1966
    Episode 38
    10/26/66
    0.0
    Carmel Quinn co-hosts; guests are Addams Family star John Astin, comedian Norm Crosby, The Ramsey Lewis Trio, author Morton Hunt "The World of the Formerly Married" and Yvonne Tarr author of "Ten Minute Gourment".
  • October 25, 1966
    October 25, 1966
    Episode 37
    10/25/66
    0.0
    Carmel Quinn co-hosts; guests are comedian Cliff Arquette as Charlie Weaver, journalist Paul Malloy, guitarist Al Calola, singing group The Angels and wine expert Rena Chapelard.
  • Week of October 24, 1966
    10/24/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Carmel Quinn (Week of 24Oct66-28Oct66); guests are Frank Hubbell and The Stompers, singer Ed Ames, the comedy team of Stiller and Meara, Mrs. Elsie Leviton and Jerome M. Fryer.
  • October 21, 1966
    October 21, 1966
    Episode 35
    10/21/66
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Eddie's wife, actress Connie Stevens, comedian Sandy Baron, producer-writer-director Mel Brooks and Dr. Maxwell Maltz (author of "Psycho Cybernetics").
  • October 20, 1966
    October 20, 1966
    Episode 34
    10/20/66
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests are TV personality Henry Morgan, singer Susan Barrett, the Allyn Brothers and Dr. Gilbert Holloway, author of "E.S.P. and Your Super-Conscious".
  • October 19, 1966
    October 19, 1966
    Episode 33
    10/19/66
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests are singer Nelson Eddy, songstress Gale Sherwood, actor Burt Reynolds star of the TV series Hawk, Fire Commissioner James J. McCarey and Italian fashion designer Princess Irene Galitzine.
  • October 18, 1966
    October 18, 1966
    Episode 32
    10/18/66
    0.0
    Eddie Fisher co-hosts; guests are bandleader Xavier Cugat, singer Charo, comedian Joey Forman, musician Boots Randolph, columnist Marilyn Van Derbur, Jerry Wheeler and author Blanche Scarlet Phelps.
  • Week of October 17, 1966
    10/17/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Eddie Fisher (Week of 17Oct66-21Oct66); guests are actress Phyllis Newman, comedian Sandy Baron, author Martin L. Gross and Dr. Edward Annis.
  • October 14, 1966
    October 14, 1966
    Episode 30
    10/14/66
    0.0
    Ozzie & Harriet Nelson conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are their sons Rick Nelson and David Nelson, Arlen Spector, Philadelphia District Attorney & Warren Commission member, TV personality Don Wilson and singer Shani Wallace.
  • Week of October 10, 1966
    10/10/66
    0.0

    Mike's co-hosts this week are the comedy team of Ozzie and Harriet Nelson; (Week of 10Oct66-14Oct66); guests are comedienne Totie Fields, The Lettermen who sing "Softly, As I Leave You", songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen and psychologist Dr. Louise Bates Ames.

  • October 7, 1966
    October 7, 1966
    Episode 25
    10/7/66
    0.0
    Anita Bryant co-hosts; guests are comedian-writer Woody Allen, singer Eddy Arnold, The Oscar Peterson Trio, jazz musicians, Maria Lanza Cocozza, mother of the late singer Mario Lanza and wives of the Philadelphia Eagles football players.
  • October 6, 1966
    October 6, 1966
    Episode 24
    10/6/66
    0.0
    Anita Bryant co-hosts; guests are syndicated columnist Ann Landers, actor Michael Caine, trombonist Harold Betters with his group, the Royal Highland Fusillers, a bagpipe and marching group and Dan Morris, author of "Savor of the Sea," prepares fish dishes that appeal to kids.
  • October 5, 1966
    October 5, 1966
    Episode 23
    10/5/66
    10
    Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt co-host; guests are Martha and the Vandellas, who perform three musical numbers, comedian Ralph Pope and Mrs. Anna Marie Lorre, widow of Peter Lorre, discusses her personal experiences with the Synanon Foundation, which helps drug addicts, alcoholics, and "anyone who wants help."
  • October 4, 1966
    October 4, 1966
    Episode 22
    10/4/66
    0.0
    Rosemary Clooney co-hosts; guests are singer Al Martino and the Art Van Damme Trio.
  • Week of October 3, 1966
    10/3/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for Monday and Tuesday is singer Rosemary Clooney; guests are comedian Allan Sherman, actress & TV panelist Kitty Carlisle and the Trinidad Serenaders.
  • September 30, 1966
    September 30, 1966
    Episode 20
    9/30/66
    0.0
    Woody Woodbury concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality George Jessel, singer Gisele MacKenzie, illusionist Jerry Forst, Los Indios Tabajaras, Brazilian guitarists and Ephraim R. Gomberg, executive vice president of the Philadelphia Crime Commission, who speaks about juvenile delinquency.
  • September 29, 1966
    September 29, 1966
    Episode 19
    9/29/66
    0.0
    Woody Woodbury co-hosts; guests are Clara Ward Gospel Singers, actress-comedienne Betty Walker, The 3 Houcs, jugglers, The Cystic Fibrosis poster girl and Steven M. Spencer, science editor for The Saturday Evening Post, discusses an experimental pill which increases memory power.
  • September 28, 1966
    September 28, 1966
    Episode 18
    9/28/66
    0.0
    Woody Woodbury co-hosts; guests are comedienne-singer Kaye Stevens, singer Jordon Christopher, burlesque queen Ann Corio, star of "This Was Burlesque" and comedian Steve Mills. Also a Green Beret Training Unit demonstrates fighting techniques used in Viet Nam.
  • September 27, 1966
    September 27, 1966
    Episode 17
    9/27/66
    0.0
    Woody Woodbury co-hosts; guests are actress Joan Fontaine, narrates a fashion show for little boys, singer Bruce Scott, Joe Garagiola, sportscaster and former ballplayer, talks about behind-the-scenes humor in the game, Roy Liberto and the Bourbon Street Six, Dixieland Band and Patricia Wirlenberg, demonstrates vegetable mosiacs.
  • Week of September 26, 1966
    9/26/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is musician Woody Woodbury (Week of 26Sep66-30Sep66); guests are singer Lesley Gore, Herbie Mann and the Trio, author Bruce Felknor and The Gladiators, two young Italians who demonstrate the ancient art of the gladiator fight.
  • September 23, 1966
    September 23, 1966
    Episode 15
    9/23/66
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean concludes a week as co-host; guests are singer-actress Edie Adams, comedian George Kirby, square-dance caller Buck Fish, The Federation of Delaware Valley Square Dancers, who demonstrate dances, The Chuck Casey Singers and Dr. Albert Burke, who discusses the need for a revival of patriotism.
  • September 22, 1966
    September 22, 1966
    Episode 14
    9/22/66
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singers The Andrews Sisters, comedian Don Alan, clarinetist Buddy De Franco and actor William Gargan, who discusses cancer revovery and rehabilitation. Highlights: The Andrews Sisters sing "Apple Tree" and "Pistol Packin' Mama." Jimmy Dean sings "Don't Fence Me In" and "Melancholy Baby" (with Mike). Dean shows how to cook a French dish, coq au vin. Buddy De Franco presents "Gone with the Wind."moreless
  • September 21, 1966
    September 21, 1966
    Episode 13
    9/21/66
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singer Dionne Warwick, comedian Pat Henry and Pierre Salinger, former Press Secretary to the late President Kennedy, and author of "With Kennedy."
  • September 20, 1966
    September 20, 1966
    Episode 12
    9/20/66
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singers The Righteous Brothers, actor Robert Ryan, comedienne Christine Nelson (the original "Sarah Jockman" from the Allan Sherman recording) and Barney Hill, who discusses flying saucers, and claims he and his wife had contact with creatures from another planet.
  • Week of September 19, 1966
    9/19/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Jimmy Dean (Week of 19Sep66-23Sep66); guests are singer Sarah Vaughn, Country entertainer Minnie Pearl, 1967 Miss America Jane Anne Jayroe, who represented Oklahoma (appearance postponed from previous week) and author-psychologist Marilyn Segal.
  • September 16, 1966
    September 16, 1966
    Episode 10
    9/16/66
    0.0
    Chuck Connors concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Warren Beatty, jazz musician Pete Barbutti, actor Forrest Tucker star of the TV series F Troop, singer Linda Bennett, nine-year-old Beverly Klass (1965 Pee Wee golf champion) and Paul Fay Jr. author of "The Pleasure of His Company" who talks about his relationship with the late President Kennedy.moreless
  • September 15, 1966
    September 15, 1966
    Episode 9
    9/15/66
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are actor Ben Gazzara star of TV's Run For Your Life, the comedy team of McCall and Brill (Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill), jazz organist Earl Grant, The Flag Throwers of Tuscany and stockbroker Steve Weiss who discusses the stock market decline.
  • September 14, 1966
    September 14, 1966
    Episode 8
    9/14/66
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are Jazz musicians The Ramsey Lewis Trio, comedian Norm Crosby, singer-actress Patricia Marand and Harold Russell (of the 1946 award-winning film Best Years of Our Lives for which he won an Oscar, and present chairman of the President's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped). Highlights: Chuck Connors does rifle tricks.moreless
  • September 13, 1966
    September 13, 1966
    Episode 7
    9/13/66
    0.0
    Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are comedian Milton Berle, pianist George Shearing, actor-singer James Darren, Arthur Henley author of "Demon At My Back" and A. Montanari discuss method of teaching emotionally disturbed and withdrawn youngsters. Ken Butler of Benrelli motorcyclists demonstrates some trick motorcycle stunts.
  • Week of September 12, 1966
    9/12/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is week is actor Chuck Connors (Week of 12Sep66-16Sep66); guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, his wife singer-actress Carol Lawrence, actor Johnny Crawford (who starred with Chuck Connors on The Rifleman), comic Stan Freberg and the new Miss America.
  • September 9, 1966
    September 9, 1966
    Episode 5
    9/9/66
    0.0
    Jerry Vale concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Barbara McNair, comedian George Carlin, comic Sandy Baron, jazz saxophonist Father James Perone and record breaking 500 meter AAU swimmer Lee Davis.
  • September 8, 1966
    September 8, 1966
    Episode 4
    9/8/66
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, comedienne Totie Fields, singer Paula Wayne, guitarist Al Caiola and "Toys of America" representative Ed Hedrick who shows new and unusual toys.
  • September 7, 1966
    September 7, 1966
    Episode 3
    9/7/66
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are legendary comedian Jack Benny, singer Teresa Brewer, actress Pat Crowley of the TV series Don't Eat the Daisies, golf pro Paul Hahn and USAF Capt. Frank W. Berry recipient of this year's flight surgeon of the year award for his work in Vietnam.
  • September 6, 1966
    September 6, 1966
    Episode 2
    9/6/66
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are actress Barbara Feldon, Agent 99 on the TV series Get Smart, singers The Barry Sisters and Mark Lane author of "Rush to Judgment". Lane discusses his reasons for disputing the Warren Commission's conclusions about President Kennedy's assassination.
  • Week of September 5, 1966
    9/5/66
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jerry Vale (Week of 05Sep66-09Sep66); guests are actor Michael Callan, singer Patrice Munsel, Sgt. Barry Sadler and Dr. Bergen Evans. Highlights: Sgt. Barry Sadler (of the U.S. Marine Corps) sings "The Green Berets".
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