The Mike Douglas Show - Season 7

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Episode Guide

  • September 6, 1968
    September 6, 1968
    Episode 255
    9/6/68
    0.0
    Bennett Cerf concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Eartha Kitt, comic Grady Nutt, the singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt and Erma Bombeck columnist and author talks about her book "At Wit's End".
  • September 5, 1968
    September 5, 1968
    Episode 254
    9/5/68
    0.0
    Bennett Cerf co-hosts; guests are Bennett's wife Phyllis and son Chris, singer Billy Daniels, singer-actress Pat Suzuki and the comedy team of Hendra and Ullett.
  • September 4, 1968
    September 4, 1968
    Episode 253
    9/4/68
    0.0
    Bennett Cerf co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Goldsboro, actor Christopher Connelly, Joanne Carson (Mrs. Johnny Carson) and The Ramsey Lewis Trio. Cerf talks about obscene books.
  • September 3, 1968
    September 3, 1968
    Episode 252
    9/3/68
    0.0
    Bennett Cerf co-hosts; guests are singer Sheila MacRae, comedian London Lee, the singing team of Chris and Peter Allen and Adam Smith author of "The Money Game" which deals humorously with the stock market.
  • Week of September 2, 1968
    9/2/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is publisher-humorist Bennett Cerf (Week of 02Sep68-06Sep68): guests are author James Michener, singing couple Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, singers Peter and Gordon and comedian Ralph Pope.
  • August 30, 1968
    August 30, 1968
    Episode 250
    8/30/68
    0.0
    Jane Morgan concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Robert Goulet, singing comics The Characters, actor-singer Ken Nelson and Kent Hayes co-founder of "The Village" an occupational-recreational-educational home for unfortunate young boys and girls.
  • August 29, 1968
    August 29, 1968
    Episode 249
    8/29/68
    0.0
    Jane Morgan co-hosts; guests are comedienne Martha Raye, The Beach Boys, trumpet player Erskine Hakkins, hockey player Boom Boom Geoffrian and William Buckley Jr. author of "The Jeweler's Eye" talks about liberalism and conservatism.
  • August 28, 1968
    August 28, 1968
    Episode 248
    8/28/68
    0.0
    Jane Morgan co-hosts; guests are tenor Jan Peerce, comedian Marty Allen and attorney Charles Kramer author of "The Negligent Doctor" talks about the controversial issue of medical malpractice. Highlights: Jan Peerce performs "Great Day", "Without A Song" - Vincent Youmans and "O Sole Mio" - Eduardo Di Capua.
  • August 27, 1968
    August 27, 1968
    Episode 247
    8/27/68
    0.0
    Jane Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Vinton, comedian London Lee and author-lecturer Stewart Robb, who discusses psychic phenomena.
  • Week of August 26, 1968
    8/26/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jane Morgan (Week of 26Aug68-30Aug68); guests are singer Al Martino, comic Marty Barris and Columnist Carl T. Rowan.
  • August 23, 1968
    August 23, 1968
    Episode 245
    8/23/68
    0.0
    Bobby Goldsboro concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Hugh O'Brian, Country-Western singers Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, musical star Anna Maria Alberghetti, fishing expert Ann Stroebel, Peter Wyden author of "Growing Up Straight" who talks about homosexuality and Norma Waly shows how to cook with microwaves.
  • August 22, 1968
    August 22, 1968
    Episode 244
    8/22/68
    0.0
    Bobby Goldsboro co-hosts; guests are comedienne Minnie Pearl, folksinger Joan Baez, Country-Western pianist Larry Butler and Tom Mackell district attorney for Queens County N.Y. who talks about combating crime.
  • August 21, 1968
    August 21, 1968
    Episode 243
    8/21/68
    0.0
    Bobby Goldsboro co-hosts; guests are The Golddiggers, comedian Jackie Vernon, jazz pianist Peter Nero, singer Gisele Mackenzie and Medic Alert spokesman Chester Watts.
  • August 20, 1968
    August 20, 1968
    Episode 242
    8/20/68
    0.0
    Bobby Goldsboro co-host; guests are comedienne Vicki Lawrence, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and attorney Byron Block.
  • Week of August 19, 1968
    8/19/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Bobby Goldsboro (Week of 19Aug68-23Aug68); guests are tenor Richard Tucker, songwriter Bobby Russell, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and writer Ben H. Bagdikian.
  • August 16, 1968
    August 16, 1968
    Episode 240
    8/16/68
    9.4
    Peter Lawford concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Judy Garland, singer Jerry Vale, ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester, William Safire author of "The New Language of Politics" and Jill Shipstad co-author of "This Book Can Save Your Life". Safire talks about politicians and campaign songs and slogans. Miss Shipstad talks about how women can defend themselves. Highlights: Judy sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", "For Once In My Life" and "How Insensitive".moreless
  • August 15, 1968
    August 15, 1968
    Episode 239
    8/15/68
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are First Lady of the State of New Jersey, Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes, entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., singers Bobbie Gentry and Ted Neeley and comic Bob Melvin. Highlights: Lawford talks about his association with the late President John F. Kennedy and reads "Ode to JFK" written by Sir Laurence Olivier.moreless
  • August 14, 1968
    August 14, 1968
    Episode 238
    8/14/68
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, songstress Brandi Perry, pianist Big Tiny Little, Georgine Salom director of Save the Children Federation and a fashion show of fall styles.
  • August 13, 1968
    August 13, 1968
    Episode 237
    8/13/68
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, Jim Henson and The Muppets, musical group The Four Tops, reporter Dorothy Fuldheim who talks about DeGaulle and disc jockey Chris Noel of the Armed Forces Radio Network.
  • Week of August 12, 1968
    8/12/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Peter Lawford (Week of 12Aug68-16Agu68); guests are Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, boxing champ Rocky Graziano, vibraphonist Terry Gibbs, magician The Amazing Randi and Caroline Bird author of "Born Female".
  • August 9, 1968
    August 9, 1968
    Episode 235
    8/9/68
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Mrs. Richard (Pat) Nixon, her daughter Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower, actor Ed Begley, Bossa Nova composer Joao Gilberto, Country-Western singer Henson Cargill and a fashion show.
  • August 8, 1968
    August 8, 1968
    Episode 234
    8/8/68
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are actor Lyle Waggoner, sitarist Ravi Shankar with members of his troupe and Reverend Robert Howes who with Madalyn Murray O'Hair debates the issue of prayer in the public schools, Reverend Howes is a member of the Citizens for Prayer and Mrs. O'Hair of the American Atheists.moreless
  • August 7, 1968
    August 7, 1968
    Episode 233
    8/7/68
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are actor John Forsythe, the singing team of Sandler and Young, comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Patrick Culhane teacher at Green Chimney's Academy who discusses photography and members of the Temple University Gymnastics Team.
  • August 6, 1968
    August 6, 1968
    Episode 232
    8/6/68
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are singer Mel Torme, comedian Phil Foster, trombonist Kai Winding and the Reverend Jesse Jackson, former city manager of Resurrection City, who describes what actually happened in Washington, D.C.
  • Week of August 5, 1968
    8/5/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Nancy Wilson (Week of 05Aug68-09Aug68); guests are entertainer Bob Hope, musical comedy star Joel Grey, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers and Nancy's son Kacy Dennis.
  • July 19, 1968
    July 19, 1968
    Episode 230
    7/19/68
    0.0
    Barbara Parkins concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Producer Paul Monash of the TV series Peyton Place, actor Michael Dunn, Mike's former music director Ellie Frankel and juggling act The Alimiros.
  • July 18, 1968
    July 18, 1968
    Episode 229
    7/18/68
    0.0
    Barbara Parkins co-hosts; guests are baritone Robert Merrill, pianist Count Basie and his band, the comedy team of Clair and McMahon and Becky Smith, a public school teacher working with a cultural enrichment program for underprivileged Negro children.
  • July 17, 1968
    July 17, 1968
    Episode 228
    7/17/68
    0.0
    Barbara Parkins co-hosts; guests are singer Trini Lopez and his brother Jesse Lopez, comedian Henny Youngman, The Serendipity Singers and Walter Spengler, President of General Nutrition Centers, who talks about healthy foods.
  • July 16, 1968
    July 16, 1968
    Episode 227
    7/16/68
    0.0
    Barbara Parkins co-hosts; guests are songstress Joanie Sommers, Jazz singer Joe Williams, actor Jonathan Frid from TV's Dark Shadows, comedian Charlie Callas and World trampoline champion Gary Erwin.
  • Week of July 15, 1968
    Week of July 15, 1968
    Episode 226
    7/15/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Barbara Parkins of TV's Peyton Place (Week of 15Jul68-19Jul68); guests are actor Peter Lawford, Jazz pianist Errol Garner, the singing team of Denver, Boise and Johnson, Carl Bakal author of "No Right to Bear Arms" an avid gun control supporter and yoga expert Kiku Mata.moreless
  • July 12, 1968
    July 12, 1968
    Episode 225
    7/12/68
    0.0
    George Hamilton concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Country singer Hank Williams Jr., comic Jerry Lester, The Kane Triplets and memory expert Harry Lorayne.
  • July 11, 1968
    July 11, 1968
    Episode 224
    7/11/68
    0.0
    George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Gloria Loring, Mike's musical director pianist Joe Harnell, hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, Olympic swimmer Gold medalist Jane Barkman and Olympic swimmer Gold, Silver and Bronze medalist Ellie Daniel.
  • July 10, 1968
    July 10, 1968
    Episode 223
    7/10/68
    0.0
    George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are actress-singer Carol Lawrence, songwriter-pianist Burt Bacharach, comedienne Fannie Flagg and cosmetics expert Ana Maria Alba.
  • July 9, 1968
    July 9, 1968
    Episode 222
    7/9/68
    0.0
    George Hamilton co-hosts; guests are George's mother Mrs. Anne Spalding, Harpers Bizarre singing group, comic Scoey Mitchell, actress-singer Bernice Massi, the 1968 National College Queen Valerie Dickerson, Charles E. Winick author of "The New People" and Steve Casper who demonstrates exercises.
  • Week of July 8, 1968
    Week of July 8, 1968
    Episode 221
    7/8/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor George Hamilton (Week of 08Jul68-12Jul68); guests are singer Dionne Warwick, radio star Barry Gray, singer instrumentalists The Four Saints and playwright Riggs O'Hara.
  • July 5, 1968
    July 5, 1968
    Episode 220
    7/5/68
    0.0
    Barbara Walters concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Liza Minnelli, actor Chuck Connors, composer Burt Bacharach, singer Keefe Brasselle author of "The Cannibals" and jeweler Anton Holstetter who shows a collection of outer space gems.
  • July 4, 1968
    July 4, 1968
    Episode 219
    7/4/68
    0.0
    Barbara Walters co-hosts; guests are newscaster Frank Blair, singer Gogi Grant, the comedy team of Stiller and Meara and The Singing City.
  • July 3, 1968
    July 3, 1968
    Episode 218
    7/3/68
    0.0
    Barbara Walters co-hosts; guests are Barbara's father Lou Walters founder and owner of many Latin Quarter nightclubs, actor Maurice Evans, singer Lena Horne, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and Senator Charles Percy (R-Ill.).
  • July 2, 1968
    July 2, 1968
    Episode 217
    7/2/68
    0.0
    Barbara Walters co-hosts; guests are actress Butterfly McQueen, singer John Raitt, comedienne Fannie Flagg and Father Robert Capon author of "Bed and Board".
  • Week of July 1, 1968
    Week of July 1, 1968
    Episode 216
    7/1/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality Barbara Walters (Week of 01Jul68-05Jul68); guests are actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, the singing duo of Sandler & Young, columnist Dorothy Fuldheim and author E. Joseph Gossman.
  • June 28, 1968
    June 28, 1968
    Episode 215
    6/28/68
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Joey's brother disc jockey Dick Heatherton, actor Patrick Wayne, singer Miriam Makeba, comic Pat Cooper, writer Fred Rogers and Indy 500 winner Bobby Unser.
  • June 27, 1968
    June 27, 1968
    Episode 214
    6/27/68
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are comedian Pat McCormick, actor Christopher Connelly, the Ramsey Lewis Trio, singer Brendan Hanlon (& the Bat Men) and Hollywood columnist Joyce Haber. Sunglasses and clothes are modeled
  • June 26, 1968
    June 26, 1968
    Episode 213
    6/26/68
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are singer Trini Lopez, comic Joey Villa, prophesier Criswell and Flamenco dancers Julie Piedra and Co.
  • June 25, 1968
    June 25, 1968
    Episode 212
    6/25/68
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are actor George Hamilton, singer-actor Jimmy Boyd, saxophonist Boots Randolph and author Jean Baer.
  • Week of June 24, 1968
    Week of June 24, 1968
    Episode 211
    6/24/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer Joey Heatherton (Week of 24Jun68-28Jun68): guests are singer Bobby Vinton, Joey's father Ray Heatherton, guitarist Charlie Byrd with his group and author Robert Massie.
  • June 21, 1968
    June 21, 1968
    Episode 210
    6/21/68
    0.0
    Noel Harrison concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-actress Sheila MacRae, The Kane Triplets, Olympic Gold Pole vaulting champion Don Bragg and psychologist Dr. Elsworth Baker.
  • June 20, 1968
    June 20, 1968
    Episode 209
    6/20/68
    0.0
    Noel Harrison co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Muhammad Ali, singer Maureen Reagan, Olympic scullying champion John B. Kelly, guitarist Luiz Henrique and the Forum Quorum. Swimsuits are also modeled.
  • June 19, 1968
    June 19, 1968
    Episode 208
    6/19/68
    0.0
    Noel Harrison co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Allen & Rossi, singer Marilyn Lovell, comedian Sandy Baron and Jerry and Eileen Ford owners of the Ford Modeling Agency.
  • June 18, 1968
    June 18, 1968
    Episode 207
    6/18/68
    0.0
    Noel Harrison co-hosts; guests are Jazz musician Pete Fountain, Israeli singer Esther Tohbi, the comedy team of Hendra & Ullett, author John Godwin and the Aqua String Band.
  • Week of June 17, 1968
    Week of June 17, 1968
    Episode 206
    6/17/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Noel Harrison (Week of 17Jun68-21Jun68): guests are Reverend Billy Graham, comedienne Totie Fields, musical group Harpers Bizarre and fencing instructor Forrest Mayo.
  • June 14, 1968
    June 14, 1968
    Episode 205
    6/14/68
    0.0
    Howard Duff and Ida Lupino conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer Eartha Kitt, singer D'aldo Romano, comedienne Fannie Flagg, film maker Gene Jones who talks about his new film, "A Face of War" and a mystery guest.
  • June 13, 1968
    June 13, 1968
    Episode 204
    6/13/68
    0.0
    Howard Duff and Ida Lupino co-host; guests are actor Werner Klemperer of TV's Hogan's Heroes, singing duo of Peter & Gordon and author Ernest Gann who talks about his idea of fate.
  • June 12, 1968
    June 12, 1968
    Episode 203
    6/12/68
    0.0
    Howard Duff and Ida Lupino co-host; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, singer Lou Rawls, instrumentalists The Three Suns, John Ross author of "How to Be Happily Divorced" and a mystery guest. A game of charades is presented.
  • June 11, 1968
    June 11, 1968
    Episode 202
    6/11/68
    0.0
    Howard Duff and Ida Lupino co-host; guests are the singing duo of Sandler & Young (Tony Sandler & Ralph Young), comedian Scoey Mitchell, The Tijuana Brass and Joe DiCerto author of "Missile Base Beneath the Sea: Story of the Polaris".
  • Week of June 10, 1968
    Week of June 10, 1968
    Episode 201
    6/10/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts for this week are married acting couple Howard Duff and Ida Lupino (Week of 10Jun68-14Jun68); guests are comedian George Kirby, critic Rex Reed, singer Lesley Gore and the Le Garde Brothers.
  • June 7, 1968
    June 7, 1968
    Episode 200
    6/7/68
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Jim Henson and Frank Oz with the Muppets, Jazz musician Duke Ellington, Will Rogers Jr. and Marine Commanding Officer at Khe Sanh, Vietnam, Col. David Lownds and a fashion show.
  • June 6, 1968
    June 6, 1968
    Episode 199
    6/6/68
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singer Marilyn Maye, comedian Grady Nutt, The Imperials and artist Ray Harm.
  • June 5, 1968
    June 5, 1968
    Episode 198
    6/5/68
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are Jimmy's wife Sue, actress Jacqueline Bisset, actor Robert Clary of TV's Hogan's Heroes, drummer Buddy Rich and his band, author Robert Kent and Circus clowns, Bobby Kay, Coco & Coconut.
  • June 4, 1968
    June 4, 1968
    Episode 197
    6/4/68
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singer Jack Jones, comedian Pete Barbutti, actress-comedienne Betty White, The Brothers Four and Dennis Johnson, the Director of the National College Admissions.
  • Week of June 3, 1968
    Week of June 3, 1968
    Episode 196
    6/3/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jimmy Dean (Week of 03Jun68-07Jun68); guest are Grandpa Jones, singer-actress Tammy Grimes, Physical fitness expert Rev. Bob Richards, The Four Freshmen, airlines pilot Captain Walter Brady and Saul Alinsky, who has staged sit-ins and marches on City Halls to mobilize the poor in Rochester, N.Y. and Chicago.moreless
  • May 31, 1968
    May 31, 1968
    Episode 195
    5/31/68
    0.0
    Red Buttons concludes his co-hosting duties for the week; guests are actress Miyoshi Umeki, composer-pianist Cy Coleman, Westinghouse correspondent Carl T. Rowan and French singer Jean Peloquin.
  • May 30, 1968
    May 30, 1968
    Episode 194
    5/30/68
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts; guests are TV personality Ed Sullivan, actress Esther Williams, singer Bobby Vinton, Polynesian dancers Otea Pacifica and William Hoffman Jr. author of "The Loser" who talks about gambling.
  • May 29, 1968
    May 29, 1968
    Episode 193
    5/29/68
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts, guests are tenor Enzo Stuarti, actress Irina Demick, musical group Spanky and Our Gang and Dr. Irwin Stillman author of "The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet" who discusses high protein dieting.
  • May 28, 1968
    May 28, 1968
    Episode 192
    5/28/68
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-host; guests are singer Robert Goulet, songstress Peggy March, violinist Florian Zabach, Norman Mailer author of "Armies of the Night", talks about his book and Chiropractor Dr. A.H. Steinberg explains his heat sensing machine.
  • Week of May 27, 1968
    Week of May 27, 1968
    Episode 191
    5/27/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian-actor Red Buttons (Week of 27May68-31May68); guests are actress Agnes Moorehead of TV's Bewitched, pianist-entertainer Liberace, Country & Western singer Sonny James and songwriters Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bressler.
  • May 24, 1968
    May 24, 1968
    Episode 190
    5/24/68
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-singer Noel Harrison, Mike's musical director pianist Joe Harnell, comedian Timmie Rogers, The DeJohn Sisters and Ambassador to the OAS Sol Myron Linowitz.
  • May 23, 1968
    May 23, 1968
    Episode 189
    5/23/68
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are singer Lena Horne, drummer Louis Bellson and His Orchestra, humorist Larry Wilde and social theorists and co-authors Richard Lorber & Ernest Fladell of the book "The Gap".
  • May 22, 1968
    May 22, 1968
    Episode 188
    5/22/68
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are ex-boxing champ Rocky Graziano, Mariano and the Unbelievables, columnist Erma Bombeck, Israeli singer Esther Tohbi and Summer fashions are modeled.
  • May 21, 1968
    May 21, 1968
    Episode 187
    5/21/68
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are singer Carmen McRae, comedian Jack Carter, cooking connoisseur Bruce Conklin, The Irish Rovers and David Watson.
  • Week of May 20, 1968
    Week of May 20, 1968
    Episode 186
    5/20/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Fernando Lamas (Week of 20May68-24May68); guests are actress Janis Paige, comedian Sid Caesar, comedienne Imogene Coca, violinist Florian Zabach and Child psychologist-author Dr. Haim Ginott. Highlights: Caesar and Coca perform in a pantomime skit about a show salesman and his customer. Lingerie fashions are modeled.moreless
  • May 17, 1968
    May 17, 1968
    Episode 185
    5/17/68
    0.0
    Lainie Kazan concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Pat O'Brien, actress Lillian Hayman who won a Tony Award for her role in Hallelujah Baby!, memory expert Arthur Bornstein and sportscaster Red Barber author of "Rhubarb in the Catbird Seat".
  • May 16, 1968
    May 16, 1968
    Episode 184
    5/16/68
    0.0

    Lainie Kazan co-hosts; guests are Pearl Bailey, voice coach Joseph Scott, conductor Peter Daniels, Dixieland Band called Frank Hubbell and the Stompers, Arthur Bornstein memory expert and author of "Bornstein's Miracle Memory Course" and Sol Weinstein author of "You Only Live Until You Die".

  • May 15, 1968
    May 15, 1968
    Episode 183
    5/15/68
    0.0
    Lainie Kazan co-hosts; guests are The Beach Boys, actor Michael Dunn, senior editor for TIME magazine Marshall Loeb, who discusses student unrest and demonstrations. Fur fashions are modeled by Gittleman.
  • May 14, 1968
    May 14, 1968
    Episode 182
    5/14/68
    0.0
    Lainie Kazan co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, comedian Marty Allen, singer Jerry Vale and TV radio disc jockey Hy Lil author of "The Unbelievable Dictionary of Hip Words" who talks about teenagers.
  • Week of May 13, 1968
    Week of May 13, 1968
    Episode 181
    5/13/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Lainie Kazan (Week of 13May68-17May68); guests are comedian Dick Shawn, singer Al Martino and fashion designer and critic Richard Blackwell (aka Mr. Blackwell).
  • May 10, 1968
    May 10, 1968
    Episode 180
    5/10/68
    0.0
    Final show of Armed Forces Week with a salute to the Coast Guard. Monte Markham co-hosts; guests are singer Connie Francis, U.S. Coast Guard Band, The U.S. Coast Guard Cadet Choir called The Idlers and Admiral Willard J. Smith, Commandant of the Guard talks about maritime safety.
  • May 9, 1968
    May 9, 1968
    Episode 179
    5/9/68
    0.0
    Today's program salutes the Air Force with Lt. General Joseph Moore, a former Commanding General of the 7th Air Force and current Inspector General co-hosting; guests are singer Jimmy Dean, songstress Nancy Wilson, pianist Skitch Henderson, The Airmen of Note (Air Force Band), Air Force fighter hero Col. Daniel James and a fashion show of WAF styles.moreless
  • May 8, 1968
    May 8, 1968
    Episode 178
    5/8/68
    0.0
    Today's show honors the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve with co-host Ed McMahon; guests are Major Steve Pless and Sergeant Poulson, outstanding Marine Aviators. Lt. General Lew Walt who talks about Vietnam. Country-Western comedienne Minnie Pearl, The Marine Jazz Combo and Sgt. Suzanne Davis who demonstrates the art of self defense.
  • May 7, 1968
    May 7, 1968
    Episode 177
    5/7/68
    0.0
    Today's program honors the U.S. Navy with Glenn Ford co-hosting; guests are singer Marilyn Maye, pianist George Shearing, The U.S. Navy Show Band and Sea Chanters, Rear Admiral James L. Holloway, commander of aircraft carriers in the Navy, Captain Phillips one of the most decorated aces in Naval aircraft history and Lt. Darrell Miles author of "Dare to Excel in Cooking".moreless
  • Week of May 6, 1968
    Week of May 6, 1968
    Episode 176
    5/6/68
    0.0
    In a week long salute of Armed Forces Week, Mike's co-host for Army Day is Major Pete Dawkins; special guest comedienne Lucille Ball, the U.S. Army Fife and Drum Corps, The U.S. Army Chorus and Lt. General Stanley Larsen.
  • May 3, 1968
    May 3, 1968
    Episode 175
    5/3/68
    0.0
    Richard Harris concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Roberta Peters, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, African explorer-naturalist-author Jean-Pierre Hallet and Metal sculpturist John Duffy.
  • May 2, 1968
    May 2, 1968
    Episode 174
    5/2/68
    0.0
    Richard Harris co-host; guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, actor-pub owner Malachy McCourt, saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and Lt. Comm. Jim Barnes from the Navy Underwater Demolition Team.
  • May 1, 1968
    May 1, 1968
    Episode 173
    5/1/68
    0.0
    Richard Harris co-hosts; guests are Ragtime pianist Big Tiny Little, comedy writer Selma Diamond, singer Hal Frazier and TV Producer David Susskind who talks about politics.
  • April 30, 1968
    April 30, 1968
    Episode 172
    4/30/68
    0.0
    Richard Harris co-host; guests are Academy Award winner actress Estelle Parsons, singing group The Free Design, journalist-humorist Clement Freud, Israeli singer Esther Tohbi and Mr. John hairpiece designer who presents beard and moustache fashions.
  • Week of April 29, 1968
    4/29/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Richard Harris (Week of 29Apr68-03May68); guests are composer-pianist Jim Webb, photographer-author David Douglas Duncan, comedian Ken Greenwald and musical group The Cowsills.
  • April 26, 1968
    April 26, 1968
    Episode 170
    4/26/68
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV comic writer Pat McCormick, The Pearce Sisters, Ephraim Gomberg counselor and advisor on crime and youth, Bob Lichtman president of a pretzel company and Joe Coulter professional pretzel twister.
  • April 25, 1968
    April 25, 1968
    Episode 169
    4/25/68
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are comedian Jackie Vernon, actress Phyllis Newman, Mrs. I.M. Bucher, wife of the commander of the USS Pueblo who makes an appeal to the public not to forget the imprisoned men and the Holiday City Hot Cha Kitchen band, unique musical group of elderly women.
  • April 24, 1968
    April 24, 1968
    Episode 168
    4/24/68
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actor John Forsythe, Jazz pianist Stan Kenton, singer Helen Reddy, comic magician Don Alan and syndicated columnist Joan Crosby who talks about famous show biz people.
  • April 23, 1968
    April 23, 1968
    Episode 167
    4/23/68
    0.0
    Johnny Mathis co-hosts; guests are actress Judy Carne, comedian Norm Crosby, The Tijuana Brats, a teenage instrumental group and Dr. Benjamin Spock who talks about Vietnam.
  • Week of April 22, 1968
    4/22/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Johnny Mathis (Week of 22Apr68-26Apr68); guests are actor Richard Benjamin and his wife actress Paula Prentiss, Israeli singing duo of Esther and Abi Ofarim, The DeJohn Sisters and consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
  • April 19, 1968
    April 19, 1968
    Episode 165
    4/19/68
    0.0
    Connie Francis concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Craig Stevens, singers-instrumentalists The Four Saints, comedian Guy Marks and Dr. Irwin Stillman author of "The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet".
  • April 18, 1968
    April 18, 1968
    Episode 164
    4/18/68
    0.0
    Connie Francis co-hosts; guests are The Temptations, comedian Joey Villa, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and singer-actor Scott Jacoby, ten-year-old Broadway star of "Golden Rainbow".
  • April 17, 1968
    April 17, 1968
    Episode 163
    4/17/68
    0.0
    Connie Francis co-hosts; guests are tenor Enzo Stuarti, actor Peter Lupus, comedian Dick Lord and Ti-Grace Atkinson, President of the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Women, who campaignes for equal rights for women.
  • April 16, 1968
    April 16, 1968
    Episode 162
    4/16/68
    0.0
    Connie Francis co-hosts; guests are the singing duo of Chris and Peter Allen, comedian London Lee, French singer Jean Peloquin and Pick Pocket expert Vic Perry.
  • Week of April 15, 1968
    4/15/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Connie Francis (Week of 15Apr68-19Apr68); guests are singer Al Martino, comedian Pat Cooper, correspondent and author Carl T. Rowan and Teresa Mealee, Connie's first accordian teacher.
  • April 12, 1968
    April 12, 1968
    Episode 160
    4/12/68
    0.0
    Michael Landon concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Cyril Ritchard, The Mitchell Trio singers, TV emcee Johnny Olson and Norman Ollestad author of "Inside the F.B.I.".
  • April 11, 1968
    April 11, 1968
    Episode 159
    4/11/68
    0.0
    Michael Landon co-hosts; guests are The Mills Brothers, stuntman Bobby Miles, singer Brenda Lee, David Melton author of "Todd" story of a mentally retarded child and the director of Institute for Archievement of Human Potential Glenn Doman (who talks about mental retardation and patterning therapy). Fashions from Europe are modeled.
  • April 10, 1968
    April 10, 1968
    Episode 158
    4/10/68
    0.0
    Michael Landon co-hosts; guests are singer Tony Bennett, impressionist Rich Little, Michael's wife Lynn, Natalie Purvin Prager organizer of "Show Stoppers" - senior citizens who have retired from show business also George Kennedy a member of "Show Stoppers", jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery and Judy Missett who demonstrates camp equipment.
  • April 9, 1968
    April 9, 1968
    Episode 157
    4/9/68
    0.0
    Michael Landon co-hosts; guests are singer Tammy Grimes, publisher Bennett Cerf, jazz pianist Erroll Garner and Polly Cramer author of "Polly's Homemaking Pointers", Polly offers tips on popping popcorn with an electric iron and hemline changing.
  • Week of April 8, 1968
    Week of April 8, 1968
    Episode 156
    4/8/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Michael Landon of TV's Bonanza (Week of 08Apr68-12Apr68); guests are actress Julie Harris, singer Gilbert Price, Governor Raymond P. Shafer of Pennsylvania and Major Kenneth Cooper, M.D. author of "Aerobics".
  • April 5, 1968
    April 5, 1968
    Episode 155
    4/5/68
    0.0
    Martin Landau concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are producer of Mission Impossible Bruce Geller, singer Margaret Whiting, comedian Pete Barbutti, George Shearing and His Quintet and Pool hall shark Willie Mosconi.
  • April 4, 1968
    April 4, 1968
    Episode 154
    4/4/68
    0.0
    Martin Landau co-hosts; guests are singer Leslie Uggams, comedian Milt Kamen, singer Josh Adams and Harness racing driver Stanley Dancer. The grab-a-loop game is demonstrated.
  • April 3, 1968
    April 3, 1968
    Episode 153
    4/3/68
    0.0
    Martin Landau co-hosts; guests are singer Phyllis McGuire, Jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, comedian Sandy Baron and Child psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott author of "Between Parent and Child".
  • April 2, 1968
    April 2, 1968
    Episode 152
    4/2/68
    0.0
    Martin Landau co-hosts; guests are actress Barbara Bain, his wife and co-star of Mission Impossible, the comedy team of Gaylord and Holiday, singing group Spanky and Our Gang and author-adventurer Jean-Pierre Hallet.
  • Week of April 1, 1968
    Week of April 1, 1968
    Episode 151
    4/1/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Martin Landau of the TV series Mission Impossible (Week of 01Apr68-05Apr68); guests are drummer Buddy Rich, musical comedy star Joel Grey, comedian Robert Klein and Vic Perry an authority on the art of Pocket Picking.
  • March 29, 1968
    March 29, 1968
    Episode 150
    3/29/68
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Lucille Ball, singer Neil Diamond, The Pearce Sisters and a mystery guest.
  • March 28, 1968
    March 28, 1968
    Episode 149
    3/28/68
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host; guests are comedy writer Jack Douglas and his wife Reiko, singer Marilyn Maye, singer Hal Frazier and economics educator and author Dorothy Goodwin.
  • March 27, 1968
    March 27, 1968
    Episode 148
    3/27/68
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host; guests are singer Damita Jo, lawyer Melvin Belli, Flamenco dancer-choreographer Jose Greco and his partner Nan Lorca and The Apocalypse.
  • March 26, 1968
    March 26, 1968
    Episode 147
    3/26/68
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, songstress Bach Yen, World War I flying ace Capt Eddie Rickenbacker, comic writer Selma Diamond and exercise expert Ed Allen.
  • Week of March 25, 1968
    3/25/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are actors Ozzie and Harriet Nelson (Week of 25Mar68-29Mar68); guests are actor Richard Harris, The Tijuana Brats, Broadway actress-dancer Gretchen Wyler and New York Mayor Sam Yorty.
  • March 22, 1968
    March 22, 1968
    Episode 145
    3/22/68
    0.0
    Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes wife of the Governor of New Jersey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are TV host and satirist David Frost, the singing duo of Sandler & Young and Myrus the Mentalist.
  • March 21, 1968
    March 21, 1968
    Episode 144
    3/21/68
    0.0
    Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes wife of the Governor of New Jersey co-hosts; guests are singers Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, actor Victor Buono, pianist Jose Melis and dance teacher Charlotte Klein.
  • March 20, 1968
    March 20, 1968
    Episode 143
    3/20/68
    0.0
    Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes wife of the Governor of New Jersey co-hosts; guests are actor Jose Ferrer, singer Paula Wayne, Washington correspondent Carl T. Rowan and author Thomas P. Hughes.
  • March 19, 1968
    March 19, 1968
    Episode 142
    3/19/68
    0.0
    Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes wife of the Governor of New Jersey co-hosts; guests are TV personality George Jessel, singer Al Martino and educator-author Herbert Kohl.
  • Week of March 18, 1968
    3/18/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes wife of the Governor of New Jersey (Week of 18Mar68-22Mar68); guests are singer Jimmy Dean, producer-director Mel Brooks, The Ramsey Lewis Trio and author Daniel Goldenson.
  • March 15, 1968
    March 15, 1968
    Episode 140
    3/15/68
    0.0
    Polly Bergen concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Frankie Valli, guitarist Charlie Byrd, comic Professor Irwin Corey and White House correspondent Sid Davis.
  • March 14, 1968
    March 14, 1968
    Episode 139
    3/14/68
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are singers Roberta Sherwood and Lovelace Watkins, comic Bobby Ramsen, French reporter Michele Ray who speaks about Vietnam and airline stewardess Cheryl Linden.
  • March 13, 1968
    March 13, 1968
    Episode 138
    3/13/68
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Vinton, The Tucson Boys Choir, Evelyn Lincoln, former secretary to JFK and author of "Kennedy and Johnson" and a fashion show of Israeli styles is presented. Highlights: The Tucson Boys Chorus sing "Ghost Riders in the Sky", "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and "High Chaparral".
  • March 12, 1968
    March 12, 1968
    Episode 137
    3/12/68
    0.0
    Polly Bergen co-hosts; guests are singer John Davidson, comic Jerry Lester, rock group The Hollies and the dance team of Bud and Cece Robinson.
  • Week of March 11, 1968
    3/11/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Polly Bergen (Week of 11Mar68-15Mar68); guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, comedian Marty Ingels and author Pia Paoll.
  • March 8, 1968
    March 8, 1968
    Episode 135
    3/8/68
    0.0
    Anna Moffo concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Henny Youngman, The Irish Rovers, pianist Skitch Henderson, columnist Jack O'Brien who answers questions about personalities and Dr. Jesse Zerr director of Radnor High School choir.
  • March 7, 1968
    March 7, 1968
    Episode 134
    3/7/68
    0.0
    Anna Moffo co-hosts; guests are actor Tab Hunter, singer Marvin Gaye, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, Eliot Janeway economist and author of "The Economics of Crisis" and The Nick Moffo Trio jazz group.
  • March 6, 1968
    March 6, 1968
    Episode 133
    3/6/68
    0.0
    Anna Moffo co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Richard Tucker, the comedy team The Pickle Brothers, The Serendipity Singers, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo who talks about riots and director of the Pennsylvania Ballet Company Barbara Weisberger, with two principle dancers who perform a segment from Tchaikowsky's "Sleeping Beauty".
  • March 5, 1968
    March 5, 1968
    Episode 132
    3/5/68
    0.0
    Anna Moffo co-hosts; guests are her husband, film director Mario Lanfranchi, singing group The Lettermen, Sports announcer Frank Gifford who talks about the Olympics, comic London Lee and a fashion show of Pucci print styles is shown.
  • Week of March 4, 1968
    Week of March 4, 1968
    Episode 131
    3/4/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Opera singer Anna Moffo (Week of 04Mar68-08Mar68); guests are Vice President Hubert Humphrey, singer Miriam Makeba and comedian Pat Cooper.
  • March 1, 1968
    March 1, 1968
    Episode 130
    3/1/68
    0.0
    Allen Ludden concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Allen's wife comedienne-actress Betty White, Jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and Robert Hilsman author of "To Move a Nation" a book about the present administration and Vietnam.
  • February 29, 1968
    February 29, 1968
    Episode 129
    2/29/68
    0.0
    Allen Ludden co-hosts; guests are Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, TV Game show producer Mark Goodson, singer-actress Bernice Massi and Ryan Walden supervisor of the live animal program at the Academy of Natural Sciences.
  • February 28, 1968
    February 28, 1968
    Episode 128
    2/28/68
    0.0
    Allen Ludden co-hosts; guests are actor Charlton Heston, magician Harry Blackstone, singing group The Free Design and Richard Block who talks about filling out an income tax form (HR Block).
  • February 27, 1968
    February 27, 1968
    Episode 127
    2/27/68
    0.0
    Allen Ludden co-hosts; guests are singer Pearl Bailey, comic Ralph Pope, The Rhodes Brothers, flower arranger Blanche Scarlett Phelps who gives a demonstration on bush pruning and Harvard student Eric Redman who discusses the generation gap.
  • Week of February 26, 1968
    2/26/68
    0.0
    Allen Ludden co-hosts; guests are writer Truman Capote, The Turtles, the comedy team of Stiller and Meara, guitarist Laurindo Almeida and flower arranger Blanche Scarlett Phelps.
  • February 23, 1968
    February 23, 1968
    Episode 125
    2/23/68
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are songstress Joi Lansing, singers Jerry Vale and David Watson, trumpet player Jan Peters and skier Art Furrer who demonstrates ski ballet.
  • February 22, 1968
    February 22, 1968
    Episode 124
    2/22/68
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are Eunice Shriver executive Vice President of the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation, actor-singer Richard Kiley, comic Frank Raines aka "Mr. Echo" and The Ramsey Lewis Trio.
  • February 21, 1968
    February 21, 1968
    Episode 123
    2/21/68
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, composer-pianist Cy Coleman, magician The Amazing Randi, dance expert Killer Joe Piro and Katie Kelly TIME magazine reporter who lived among hippies as a research project for the Time-Life book "The Hippies".
  • February 20, 1968
    February 20, 1968
    Episode 122
    2/20/68
    0.0
    Jack E. Leonard co-hosts; guests are British music hall entertainer Tessie O'Shea, TV host and satirist David Frost author of "The English", actor-writer-photographer Dave Ketchum and The Brothers Four.
  • Week of February 19, 1968
    2/19/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Jack E. Leonard (Week of 19Feb68-23Feb68); guests are singer Paul Anka, actor Vincent Price, guitarist Al Caiola and Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch.
  • February 16, 1968
    February 16, 1968
    Episode 120
    2/16/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts for the final day of Country-Western week are Buck Owens and his Buckaroos; guests are singer Skeeter Davis, TV personality Barbara Walters of Today Show and Uncle Heavy and His Pork Chop Revue.
  • February 15, 1968
    February 15, 1968
    Episode 119
    2/15/68
    0.0
    Tex Williams co-hosts; guests are singer Peggy March, comedian Grady Nutt and Theadora Van Runkle, designer of the fashions for the film Bonnie and Clyde. Highlights: Tex Williams opens the show with a medley of "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke", "Bottom of the Mountain" and "Detour".
  • February 14, 1968
    February 14, 1968
    Episode 118
    2/14/68
    0.0
    Ferlin Husky co-hosts; guests are guitarist Chet Atkins, comedian Norm Crosby, singer Mary Taylor and former middleweight champion Rocky Graziano.
  • February 13, 1968
    February 13, 1968
    Episode 117
    2/13/68
    0.0
    Minnie Pearl of Hee Haw co-hosts; guests are Grandpa Jones, Country novelty song singer Jimmy Dickens, Rock-a-billy singer Jerry Naylor and the Reverend David Wilkerson, founding Pastor of Times Square Church in New York City.
  • Week of February 12, 1968
    2/12/68
    0.0
    Mike has a special week of Country-Western stars co-hosting. Today's co-host is singer Eddy Arnold; guests are comedienne Fannie Flagg, actress-singer Anna Maria Alberghetti, Ronoldo Ferri who "paints" with neon and Vic Reinemer author of "Overcharge" a book about utility company rates.
  • February 9, 1968
    February 9, 1968
    Episode 115
    2/9/68
    0.0
    Bess Myerson concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Van Johnson, folksinger Dushka, Rock 'n Roll band Every Mother's Son and Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes, wife of the Governor of New Jersey. Bess Myerson narrates a tall-girl fashion show.
  • February 8, 1968
    February 8, 1968
    Episode 114
    2/8/68
    0.0
    Bess Myerson co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter Peter Allen, his brother singer Chris Allen, comedienne Fannie Flagg, The Harold Betters Quartet and consumer advocate Ralph Nader who talks about automobile tires, meat inspection legislation and the importance of letters to a Congressman.
  • February 7, 1968
    February 7, 1968
    Episode 113
    2/7/68
    0.0
    Bess Myerson co-hosts; guests include singer John Raitt, comedian Joey Villa, saxophonist Boots Randolph and author Fletcher Knebel who talks about his book "Vanish" and the crisis with our police.
  • February 6, 1968
    February 6, 1968
    Episode 112
    2/6/68
    0.0
    Bess Myerson co-hosts; guests are Jazz flutist Herbie Mann, singer-actor Tony Scotti, Louise Rohner author of "The Divorcee's Handbook", plate spinners The Austins, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo and a mystery guest.
  • Week of February 5, 1968
    2/5/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Bess Myerson (Week of 05Feb68-09Feb68); guests are singer Glen Campbell, humorist Sam Levenson, author-activist Jonathan Kozol and The Four Freshmen.
  • February 2, 1968
    February 2, 1968
    Episode 110
    2/2/68
    0.0
    Bobby Darin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality Barbara Walters of the Today Show, singer Miriam Makeba, comedian Morty Gunty, singing group The Happenings and Edward Sims author of "The Greatest Aces" who talks about heroic deeds of fighter pilots.
  • February 1, 1968
    February 1, 1968
    Episode 109
    2/1/68
    0.0
    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests are actress Geraldine Chaplin, guitarist Wes Montgomery, singer Judy Branch and Mary Wood author "Just Lucky, I Guess" Miss Wood writes TV and other columns. Miss Chaplin reads a column Miss Wood wrote on the occasion of her daughter's wedding.
  • January 31, 1968
    January 31, 1968
    Episode 108
    1/31/68
    0.0
    Bobby Darin co-host, guests are comedian George Kirby, Frank Hubbell and The Stompers and Governor George Romney (R., Mich.) candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination.
  • January 30, 1968
    January 30, 1968
    Episode 107
    1/30/68
    0.0
    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests are the singing duo Peaches & Herb, Irish storyteller and comic Tony Lynch and Patricia O'Reagan Brown author of "Love and the Teenage Girl" who talks abou the importance of discipline.
  • Week of January 29, 1968
    1/29/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Bobby Darin (Week of 29Jan68-02Feb68); guests are singer Lesley Gore, comedian Guy Marks, author Norm N. Nite, James and Marjorie Boyd and a mystery guest.
  • January 26, 1968
    January 26, 1968
    Episode 105
    1/26/68
    0.0
    Ann Miller concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actors Lloyd Bridges and Herschel Bernardi, actress Gloria DeHaven, comedian Pat Paulsen, critic-columnist Rex Reed and Gary Burton Quartet, vibraphonist jazz player. Reed talks about interviews with TV personalities and film stars.
  • January 25, 1968
    January 25, 1968
    Episode 104
    1/25/68
    0.0
    Ann Miller co-hosts; guests are Bill Cosby of TV's I Spy, singer-actor Jerry Orbach, the singing group The Pair Extraordinaire and champion ice skaters Peggy Fleming & Carol Heiss Jenkins who demonstrate their skill.
  • January 24, 1968
    January 24, 1968
    Episode 103
    1/24/68
    7.5
    Ann Miller co-hosts; guests are actor Sebastian Cabot of TVs Family Affair, singer Gilbert Price, The Lemon Pipers and Hugh Cayce, son of Edgar Cayce who discusses his book about "Reincarnation". Highlights: The Lemon Pipers perform "Green Tambourine" and "Rice Is Nice". Ernest Robbins presides over a Fur fashion show.
  • January 23, 1968
    January 23, 1968
    Episode 102
    1/23/68
    0.0
    Ann Miller co-hosts; guests are Robert Hooks, of TV's N.Y.P.D., comic Milt Kamen, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and singer Enzo Stuarti.
  • Week of January 22, 1968
    1/22/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer-actress Ann Miller (Week of 22Jan68-26Jan68); guests are actor-comedian Ken Berry, trumpeter Al Hirt, Magician Lee Grey and author Lynn Goldberg, who discusses her book about teaching children to read.
  • January 19, 1968
    January 19, 1968
    Episode 100
    1/19/68
    0.0
    Sandler & Young conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are humorist Sam Levenson, bandleader Mitch Miller, singer Esther Tobhi, the dance team of Hines, Hines and Dad and Joe Franklin author of "Classics of the Silent Screen" who talks about George M. Cohan, Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Cops.
  • January 18, 1968
    January 18, 1968
    Episode 99
    1/18/68
    0.0
    Sandler & Young co-host; guests are entertainer Jimmy Durante, singers Paula Wayne and Sonny King, comedian Milt Kamen and Motion picture producer-director Stanley Kramer who discusses foreign films.
  • January 17, 1968
    January 17, 1968
    Episode 98
    1/17/68
    0.0
    Sandler & Young co-host; guests are actress Monique van Vooren, comedian London Lee, musical group Mariano and the Unbelievables, George T. Simon author of "The Big Bands" and William Roux author of "Fried Coffee and Jellied Bourbon".
  • January 16, 1968
    January 16, 1968
    Episode 97
    1/16/68
    0.0
    Sandler & Young co-host; guests are Vice-President Richard Nixon, singer Margaret Whiting, actress Stella Stevens, songwriter Johnny Mercer, dancers Brascia and Tybee and Chamber music group Philadelphia Brass Ensemble.
  • Week of January 15, 1968
    1/15/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are the singing duo of Sandler & Young (aka Tony Sandler and Ralph Young) (Week of 15Jan68-19Jan68); guests arecomedian Don Rice, singer Grace Markay and film critic Bosley Crowther.
  • January 12, 1968
    January 12, 1968
    Episode 95
    1/12/68
    0.0
    Paul Lynde concludes his co-hosting duties, guests are Marlin Perkins director of the St. Louis Zoo and host of TV's Wild Kingdom, bandleader Cab Calloway and his daughter singer Chris Calloway; both are currently appearing in the Broadway musical, Hello, Dolly! and NASA scientist Dr. Robert Jastrow, director of the Goddard Space Institute and author of "Red Giants and White Dwarfs". Dr. Jastrow talks about life on other planets.moreless
  • January 11, 1968
    January 11, 1968
    Episode 94
    1/11/68
    0.0
    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are entertainer Tessie O'Shea, harpist-pianist-singer Corky Hale, physical fitness expert Debbie Drake who talks about her book "Dancercize", Elaine Carroll who claims to be a 167-year-old witch and Dr. Haim Ginott, psychologist-author talks about children and TV.
  • January 10, 1968
    January 10, 1968
    Episode 93
    1/10/68
    0.0
    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are actor Dustin Hoffman, Jazz singer Joe Williams, comedian Morey Amsterdam, duo pianists Derek and Ray and Betty Furness, special assistant to President Johnson for consumer affairs. Howard Head and ski champion Stein Eriksen demonstrate his "ski way" exercise machine.
  • January 9, 1968
    January 9, 1968
    Episode 92
    1/9/68
    0.0
    Paul Lynde co-hosts; guests are attorney F. Lee Bailey, trombonist Si Zentner, singer Grace Markay and ski champion Stein Eriksen. A fashion show of ski garb is modeled. Bailey talks about trials and the selection of a jury.
  • Week of January 8, 1968
    1/8/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Paul Lynde (Week of 08Jan67-12Jan67); guests are singer Kaye Hart, 1968 Presidential candidate Harold Stassen, and the group Spanky and Our Gang.
  • January 5, 1968
    January 5, 1968
    Episode 90
    1/5/68
    0.0
    Columnist Art Buchwald co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Roberta Peters, comedian Jerry Shane, singer-instrumentalists The Rhodes Brothers and champion gymnasts Patty McCarry and Kathy Gardner. Buchwald talks about the Washington scene he satirizes in his column.
  • January 4, 1968
    January 4, 1968
    Episode 89
    1/4/68
    0.0
    Columnist Rene Carpenter co-hosts; guests are producer-director Mel Brooks, singer Al Martino, Mike's musicial director and pianist Joe Harnell and a mystery guest. Highlights: Mrs. Carpenter wife of astronaut Scott Carpenter, discusses some of the columns she has written on high pressure schools and sex education and shares her recipe for Taco Pie.moreless
  • January 3, 1968
    January 3, 1968
    Episode 88
    1/3/68
    0.0
    Columnist and critic Judith Crist co-hosts; guests are actress Barbara Parkins of TV's Peyton Place, British satarists Dudley Moore and Peter Cook, singing duo of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt and the rock group Moby Grape. Highlights: Moby Grape perform "Omaha" and "8:05".
  • January 2, 1968
    January 2, 1968
    Episode 87
    1/2/68
    0.0
    Columnist Jim Bishop co-hosts; guests are singer Carol Lawrence, pianist Skitch Henderson, Colonel Sanders founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken and William F. Buckley author "The Unmaking of a Mayor". Highlights: Bishop discusses his recent trip to Vietnam. Buckley explains why he ran for Mayor of New York City. Colonel Sanders talks about entering business ventures after one is 65 years old.moreless
  • Week of January 1, 1968
    1/1/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are newspaper columnists. Today's columnist is Harriet Van Horne; guests are actor James Darren, comedian Milt Kamen, trumpeter Jonah Jones and the Cantwell Sisters.
  • December 29, 1967
    December 29, 1967
    Episode 85
    12/29/67
    0.0
    Shelley Berman concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Shelley's wife Sarah, singer Buddy Greco, actor Keir Dullea, Israeli singer Esther Tohbi who sings two songs, British music-hall performer Tessie O'Shea, The Times Square 2 singers and Dr. I.M. Levitt, director of the Fels Planatarium in Philadelphia shows new astronomy equipment available for school and home use.moreless
  • December 28, 1967
    December 28, 1967
    Episode 84
    12/28/67
    0.0
    Shelley Berman co-hosts; guests are actor Hal March, Cab Calloway and his daughter Chris, both are currently appearing in the Broadway musical, Hello, Dolly!, songstress Rita Gardner, singer Corky Hale, The Rubin Mitchell Trio and Lincoln expert Dr. R. Gerald McMurtry who displays some Lincoln memorabilia.
  • December 27, 1967
    December 27, 1967
    Episode 83
    12/27/67
    0.0
    Shelley Berman co-hosts; guests are Oscar-winning actress Lynn Redgrave (Georgy Girl), singer Pat Suzuki, The Rhodes Brothers, Warren Meyers author of "Who Is That?" and Che Che the Chimp who stars in the movie Dr. Doolittle.
  • December 26, 1967
    December 26, 1967
    Episode 82
    12/26/67
    0.0
    Shelley Berman co-hosts; guests are In Like Flint actor James Coburn, comedian-actor Paul Lynde, singer Peggy King and instrumentalists The Gents.
  • Week of December 25, 1967
    12/25/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Shelley Berman (Week of 25Dec67-29Dec67); guests are singers Frankie Valli and Aretha Franklin and White House Correspondent Sid Davis. Highlights: Aretha sings "A Natural Woman", "Baby I Love You" and "Chain of Fools". Aretha and Frankie duet on "That's Life". All join in for "Bye, Bye Blackbird".moreless
  • December 22, 1967
    December 22, 1967
    Episode 80
    12/22/67
    0.0
    Ed Nelson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Ed's wife Nancy, the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, TV personality Hugh Downs, singer Margie Day, singing trio The Free Design and William Fowler and John Graham members of the San Dimas Mountain Rescue team.
  • December 21, 1967
    December 21, 1967
    Episode 79
    12/21/67
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    Ed Nelson co-hosts; guests are producer-director Mel Brooks, crooner Al Martino, guitarist Toots Thielemans, drummer Bobby Rosengarden, musician Paul Kraus and psychologist Dr. Rose Franzblau, who discusses the TV series Peyton Place.
  • December 20, 1967
    December 20, 1967
    Episode 78
    12/20/67
    0.0
    Ed Nelson co-hosts; guests include actor Simon Oakland, singer-actress Florence Henderson, singer Eddy Arnold, after dinner speaker Grady Nutt, puppeteer Bil Baird and The Baird Marionettes.
  • December 19, 1967
    December 19, 1967
    Episode 77
    12/19/67
    0.0
    Ed Nelson co-hosts; guests are British satirists Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, singer Marilyn Maye, actor-comedian Sandy Baron and Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey and his wife Muriel, who narrate a film tour of their home in Waverly, Minn.
  • Week of December 18, 1967
    12/18/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Ed Nelson star of TV's Peyton Place (Week of 18Dec67-22Dec67); guests are comedienne Totie Fields, actress Phyllis Kirk, Ragtime pianist Big Tiny Little and author Albert Gerber who discusses movie censorship.
  • December 15, 1967
    December 15, 1967
    Episode 75
    12/15/67
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Ted Neely, comedian Flip Wilson, salesman Fred Herman and rock group The Vagabonds.
  • December 14, 1967
    December 14, 1967
    Episode 74
    12/14/67
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are singer Paul Anka, comedian Pat Cooper, Chuck Eisenmann and his German Shepherds and Dr. Josiah Thompson author of "Six Seconds in Dallas". Eisenman shows how he teaches dogs to think and Dr. Thompson discusses the "single bullet" theory of the JFK assassination.
  • December 13, 1967
    December 13, 1967
    Episode 73
    12/13/67
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are The Fifth Dimension, The Danish Gym Team of 1968, comic Jerry Shane, political analyst Peter Maas, author of "The Rescuer" and a fashion show of hosiery and bathing suits is presented.
  • December 12, 1967
    December 12, 1967
    Episode 72
    12/12/67
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are singing cowboy Tex Ritter, comic Ron Carey, The Hollies and Dr. Michael E. De Bakey surgeon-heart specialist who speaks about heart transplants and the legal, moral and philosophical considerations involved. Highlights: The Hollies sing "Carousel" and "Dear Eloise".
  • Week of December 11, 1967
    12/11/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne-singer Kaye Stevens (Week of 11Dec67-15Dec67); guests are vaudeville singer-actor Rudy Vallee and author-rabbi Dr. Rudolph Brasch.
  • December 8, 1967
    December 8, 1967
    Episode 70
    12/8/67
    0.0
    Conclusion of Governor's wives co-hosting week with Mrs. John Connally, First Lady of Texas co-hosting; guests are singer Anita Bryant, ABC New Correspondent Jules Bergman, The Singing Cadets of Texas and A. and M. Bergman discusses Russia's lead in space exploration and a Neiman-Marcus fashion show is presented.
  • December 7, 1967
    December 7, 1967
    Episode 69
    12/7/67
    0.0
    Mrs. Jeannette (Winthrop) Rockefeller, First Lady of Arkansas co-hosts; guests are High school choir, The Pine Bluff Singers, comedienne Fannie Flagg, singer Al Martino, songstress Laura Greene and psychologically conditioned animals perform, a kissing bunny, dancing chicken and piano-playing duck.
  • December 6, 1967
    December 6, 1967
    Episode 68
    12/6/67
    0.0
    Mrs. Erika Kirk, First Lady of Florida co-hosts; guests are actor John Payne, singers Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme and colorful Florida fashions are modeled.
  • December 5, 1967
    December 5, 1967
    Episode 67
    12/5/67
    0.0
    Mrs. Betty Hughes, First Lady of New Jersey co-hosts; guests are singer Jerry Vale, actor Frank Converse of the TV series N.Y.P.D., the U.S. Navy Steel band and Arthur and the Queens balancing act.
  • Week of December 4, 1967
    12/4/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are Governor's wives. Today's co-host is Mrs. Lenore Romney, First Lady of Michigan; guests are actor George Segal, Jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby and author Catherine Marshall.
  • December 1, 1967
    December 1, 1967
    Episode 65
    12/1/67
    0.0
    Don Rickles concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Peter Breck, singer Lana Cantrell, jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby, Hans Holzer author of "The Lively Ghosts of Ireland" and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rebolli, chefs and authors of "French Cooking in the New World".
  • November 30, 1967
    November 30, 1967
    Episode 64
    11/30/67
    0.0
    Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, singer Ann Hilton, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, Philadelphia Eagles halfback Timmy Brown, and the director of the Academy of Natural Sciences shows a porcupine, owl and snakes.
  • November 29, 1967
    November 29, 1967
    Episode 63
    11/29/67
    0.0
    Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are comedian Red Buttons, Jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan, actress Sandy Dennis, The Modernaires and Fur fashions by Swakara.
  • November 28, 1967
    November 28, 1967
    Episode 62
    11/28/67
    0.0
    Don Rickles co-hosts; guests are singer Margie Day, social behavior expert Ruth Douglas Mann, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and Bruce Cokely who demonstrates beauty products for men.
  • Week of November 27, 1967
    11/27/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Don Rickles (Week of 27Nov67-01Dec67); guests are singer Jerry Vale, actress Dyan Cannon, Governor Grant Sawyer of Nevada and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
  • November 24, 1967
    November 24, 1967
    Episode 60
    11/24/67
    0.0

    Ricardo Montalban concludes his co-hosting duties, guests are Ricardo's brother actor Carlos Montalban, rock band The Royal Guardsmen, author Jim Bishop, singer-impressionist Marilyn Michaels and her brother Michael Sternberg and fashion humorist Judith Keith.

    Highlights:
    Mike opens the show by singing "What the World Needs Now Is Love".
    Carlos Montalban talks about Ricardo's early days in show business. Ricardo and Carlos sing a Spanish language song.
    The Royal Guardsmen perform "Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron," "I Say Love" and "Snoopy's Christmas."
    Jim Bishop talks about his interest in writing historical books and discusses his book "The Day Christ Was Born."
    Marilyn Michaels sings "I Wonder Who's Kissing Him Now" and "The Impossible Dream."
    Marilyn shows some of her paintings, then joins her brother Michael Sternberg for a "Blowin' In The Wind" duet.
    Judith Keith demonstrates different ways to accessorize women's hats.
    Ricardo reads "La Campanilla" a story of a little Mexican girl, which was released as a single on A&M records.

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  • November 23, 1967
    November 23, 1967
    Episode 59
    11/23/67
    0.0
    Ricardo Montalban co-hosts; guests are actress Angie Dickinson, singer Joe Williams, singing group Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and Roger Hilsman author of "To Move a Nation" talks about Vietnam.
  • November 22, 1967
    November 22, 1967
    Episode 58
    11/22/67
    0.0
    Ricardo Montalban co-hosts; guests are raconteur George Jessel, designer and fashion critic Richard Blackwell, Tommy Makem and The Clancy Brothers and Trudy Baker co-author of "Coffee, Tea or Me", Miss Baker talks about her work as a stewardess. Three Blackwell ensembles are shown.
  • November 21, 1967
    November 21, 1967
    Episode 57
    11/21/67
    0.0
    Ricardo Montalban co-hosts; guests are The Four Tops, singer Felicia Sanders, comic-actor Jack De Leon, hair stylist Mr. Kenneth, Eda J. LeShan author of "The Co and spiracy Against Childhood", Miss LeShan answers questions about children and school.
  • Week of November 20, 1967
    11/20/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Ricardo Montalban (Week of 20Nov67-24Nov67); guests are singers Sergio Franchi and Lynn Kellogg and U.S. Secretary of Health John W. Gardner.
  • November 17, 1967
    November 17, 1967
    Episode 55
    11/17/67
    0.0
    Barbara Rush concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Joanne Woodward (with Paul Newman making a cameo appearance), singer Enzo Stuarti, writer-producer Mel Brooks, songwriter Johnny Mercer, author Adela Rogers St. John and magician Igor Kio with the Moscow State Circus.
  • November 16, 1967
    November 16, 1967
    Episode 54
    11/16/67
    0.0
    Barbara Rush co-hosts; guests are actor-singer James Darren, actor Gig Young, trumpet player Jonah Jones, comedian Milt Kamen and physical therapist Jerry Mitchell who speaks about exercises for older people.
  • November 15, 1967
    November 15, 1967
    Episode 53
    11/15/67
    0.0
    Barbara Rush co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, comedian Professor Irwin Corey, The Allen Brothers, Irving Shulman author of "Valentino" who talks about the real Valentino and myths about him. A fashion show of children's clothes is presented.
  • November 14, 1967
    November 14, 1967
    Episode 52
    11/14/67
    0.0
    Barbara Rush co-hosts; guests are actor Forrest Tucker, comedian-accordionist Milton DeLugg, The Honey in the Rock singing group and Jolly Roger Bradfield, author of children's books.
  • Week of November 13, 1967
    11/13/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Barbara Rush (Week of 13Nov67-17Nov67); guests are Press Secretary for JFK, Pierre Salinger, singer-dancer Vic Dana and the singing duo of Sandler and Young.
  • November 10, 1967
    November 10, 1967
    Episode 50
    11/10/67
    0.0
    Arlene Francis concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actress Meredith MacRae, comic Pete Barbutti, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin and Dr. Haim Ginott, child psychologist who discusses anger.
  • November 9, 1967
    November 9, 1967
    Episode 49
    11/9/67
    0.0
    Arlene Francis co-hosts; guests are actor Eli Wallach, singer-pianist Blossom Dearie, the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, comedian -actor Sandy Baron and The Seekers.
  • November 8, 1967
    November 8, 1967
    Episode 48
    11/8/67
    0.0
    Arlene Francis co-hosts; guests are actress Carol Channing, songwriters Bill Heyer and Hank Beebe. A fashion show includes a robe, suit coat ensemble and a midnight blue sequined ball gown.
  • November 7, 1967
    November 7, 1967
    Episode 47
    11/7/67
    0.0
    Arlene Francis co-hosts; guests are ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson with Danny O'Day and Farfel, singer Leon Bibb, trombonist Kai Winding, comedian Dave Ketchum and author Robert Serling who speaks about his book "The President's Plane is Missing" and on flight patterns and todays problems in flying.
  • Week of November 6, 1967
    11/6/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality Arlene Francis (Week of 06Nov67-10Nov67); guests are singer Al Martino, actress-singer Polly Bergen and Dr. William B. Hale.
  • November 3, 1967
    November 3, 1967
    Episode 45
    11/3/67
    0.0
    Tony Martin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Damita Jo, comedian Dick Shawn, actor B.S. Pully and Ray Geiger editor of "Farmer's Almanac" talks about weather predictions. The whole group participates in the preparation of chocolate eclairs.
  • November 2, 1967
    November 2, 1967
    Episode 44
    11/2/67
    0.0
    Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are Dr. Martin Luther King who talks about Vietnam, singer Anita Bryant, TV producer and novelty songwriter Allan Sherman and Apache dancers Yvonne Michel and Eric.
  • November 1, 1967
    November 1, 1967
    Episode 43
    11/1/67
    0.0
    Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are singer Dana Valery, comic Lou Alexander, jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan, fashion designer Oleg Cassini who presents a fashion show and Billy Sands author of "The 7th Step" talks about conditions in prisons throughout the country.
  • October 31, 1967
    October 31, 1967
    Episode 42
    10/31/67
    0.0
    Tony Martin co-hosts; guests are comedienne Fannie Flagg, clarinetist Woody Herman, singer Margie Day, singing group the Forum Quorum, Mrs. Holton Price national director of the Girl Scouts of America and John Dilie editor of a series of books called "Time Capsules" talks about these condensations of news. Highlights: The Forum Quorum perform "Follow the Piper".moreless
  • Week of October 30, 1967
    10/30/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Tony Martin (Week of 30Oct67-03Nov67); guests are singer Marilyn Maye, pianist Errol Garner, Baseball player Lou Brock and Waltz music composer A.C. Mowbray.
  • October 27, 1967
    October 27, 1967
    Episode 40
    10/27/67
    0.0
    Rossano Brazzi concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Rossano's wife Lydia, actor-singer George Hamilton, singer-actress Bernice Massi, singer Clifford Guest and Dr. Robert A. Franklyn plastic surgeon and author of "The Art of Staying Young" and "Instant Beauty". Highlights: George Hamilton sings "You Are Woman, I Am Man" from Funny Girl.moreless
  • October 26, 1967
    October 26, 1967
    Episode 39
    10/26/67
    0.0
    Rossano Brazzi co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Monique Van Vooren, comedian Jack De Leon, The Freddie Cole Trio and author Rod MacLeish.
  • October 25, 1967
    October 25, 1967
    Episode 38
    10/25/67
    0.0
    Rossano Brazzi co-hosts; guests are actress Carolyn Jones, The Rhodes Brothers singing group and Albert B. Gerber author of "The Bashful Billionaire".
  • October 24, 1967
    October 24, 1967
    Episode 37
    10/24/67
    0.0
    Rossano Brazzi co-hosts; guests are singer Ethel Merman, pianist Bobby Short, journalist Barbara Walters and author George Ellis.
  • Week of October 23, 1967
    10/23/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Rossano Brazzi (Week of 23Oct67-27Oct67); guests are singer Della Reese, comedian Charlie Manna and author and pottery expert Joan Beck.
  • October 20, 1967
    October 20, 1967
    Episode 35
    10/20/67
    0.0
    Anne Baxter concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Senator Eugene McCarthy, The Naval Air Choir, burlesque dancer Naja Karamuru and Booker T and the MG's.
  • October 19, 1967
    October 19, 1967
    Episode 34
    10/19/67
    0.0
    Anne Baxter co-hosts; guests are Jazz musician Lionel Hampton, Norman Vincent Peale, comedian Sandy Baron and Ken Corday.
  • October 18, 1967
    October 18, 1967
    Episode 33
    10/18/67
    0.0
    Anne Baxter co-hosts; guests are The Brothers Four, saxophonist Boots Randolph, comedian Milt Kamen, actress Bibi Anderson and Governor Raymond Shafer of Pennsylvania talks about the strides his state is making to provide job opportunites and to bring new people.
  • October 17, 1967
    October 17, 1967
    Episode 32
    10/17/67
    0.0
    Anne Baxter co-hosts; guests are singer Buddy Greco, guitarist Al Caiola, actor Fred Clark and portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh.
  • Week of October 16, 1967
    10/16/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress Anne Baxter (Week of 16Oct67-20Oct67); guests are The Four Freshmen, singer Pearl Bailey and writer Krishna Nehru Hutheesing.
  • October 13, 1967
    October 13, 1967
    Episode 30
    10/13/67
    0.0
    George Segal concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jerry Orbach, comic Pat Cooper, Arthur and Kathryn Murray dance experts, jazz instrumentalists The Ramsey Lewis Trio and the U.S. Daredevils, all-girl professional tackle football team.
  • October 12, 1967
    October 12, 1967
    Episode 29
    10/12/67
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are TV personality Arthur Godfrey, comedy writer Buck Henry, The Clara Ward Gospel Singers, piano player Max Morath, banjo player Jim Tyler and the father of 11, Tom Buck author of "But Daddy". Author Buck talks about his family. New airline stewardess fashions are shown.
  • October 11, 1967
    October 11, 1967
    Episode 28
    10/11/67
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are drummer Buddy Rich, comedienne Ruth Buzzi, publisher Bennett Cerf, physical fitness expert Debbie Drake and flower arranger Blanche Scarlett Phelps.
  • October 10, 1967
    October 10, 1967
    Episode 27
    10/10/67
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are entertainer Bob Hope, The Rooftop Singers, singer Linda Bennett, The King Charles Unicycle Riders and Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, World War I Flying Ace who talks about his book "Rickenbacker". George Segal, Bob Hope and Mike sing a medley of songs from the 30's.
  • Week of October 9, 1967
    10/9/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor George Segal (Week of 09Oct67-13Oct67); guests are singer Gail Martin, comedian Flip Wilson, activist Alice McGrath and the Duke and Duchess of Bedford.
  • October 6, 1967
    October 6, 1967
    Episode 25
    10/6/67
    0.0
    Jack Bailey host of the 1950's Queen for a Day concludes the week long salute to games show emcees as co-host; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, Frank Hubbell and the Stompers, New York disc jockey Herb Oscar Anderson and news commentator Ben Grauer author of "The NBC Picture Book of 1967", who talks about his efforts to report General Eisenhower's public appearances following World War II.moreless
  • October 5, 1967
    October 5, 1967
    Episode 24
    10/5/67
    0.0
    Mike Stokey host of Pantomime Quiz is today's co-host; guests are comedian-writer Carl Reiner, singer Connie Francis, comedian Charlie Manna and Robert Baird, director of "Haven" a clinic for drug addicts, who discusses the drug problem among the young.
  • October 4, 1967
    October 4, 1967
    Episode 23
    10/4/67
    0.0
    Dennis James host of the 1950's The Name's the Same is today's co-host; guests are actor Vincent Price, the musical group Frank Hubbell and the Stompers, singer Gloria Lynne and Jess Stearn author of "Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet" who talks about his book on the famous mystic.
  • October 3, 1967
    October 3, 1967
    Episode 22
    10/3/67
    0.0
    Bob Barker host of The Price is Right is today's co-host; guests are Opera singer Roberta Peters, actor John Gavin, folk singers The Pozo Seco Singers and three members of the Fabulous Magicians, a professional basketball team.
  • Week of October 2, 1967
    10/2/67
    0.0
    Emcees of TV's game shows are Mike's co-hosts this week. Today's co-host is Password host Allen Ludden; guests are dancer Barrie Chase, comedienne Totie Fields and The Kirby Stone Four.
  • September 29, 1967
    September 29, 1967
    Episode 20
    9/29/67
    0.0
    George Kirby concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Opera singer Roberta Peters, comic Pete Barbutti, champion bowler Dick Weber, instrumentalists and singer The Walter Wanderly Trio with Tanya Ferro and anthropologist Ashley Montagu who speaks about his book "The Prevalence of Nonsense" which explodes some "old wives" tales.
  • September 28, 1967
    September 28, 1967
    Episode 19
    9/28/67
    0.0
    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are vaudevillian Pigmeat Markham, the singing group Harpers Bizarre, author Adela Rogers St. John, singer Donna Theodore, comic Jerry Lester and Charles Evers, chairman of the NAACP for the state of Mississippi.
  • September 27, 1967
    September 27, 1967
    Episode 18
    9/27/67
    0.0
    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are comedian Redd Foxx, jazz xylophone player Terry Gibbs, singer Marilyn Maye, pop-lounge singer Hal Frazier and Dr. Maxwell Maltz surgeon and author of "Creative Living For Today".
  • September 26, 1967
    September 26, 1967
    Episode 17
    9/26/67
    0.0
    George Kirby co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Clair and McMahon, singer-dancer Norma Miller, singing group The Happenings and Mrs. Phyllis Cerf, editor and creator of the "Take Along Books" for children, who talks about reading readiness.
  • Week of September 25, 1967
    9/25/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian George Kirby (Week of 25Sep67-29Sep67); guests are entertainer Tessie O'Shea, Reverend Rick Mawson Chaplin for the Las Vegas "strip", comic Milt Kamen and The Martin Brothers.
  • September 22, 1967
    September 22, 1967
    Episode 15
    9/22/67
    0.0
    Joanie Sommers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Robert Horton, champion race car driver Stirling Moss, trumpeter Jonah Jones and comedienne Betty Walker with the cast of the album "The Yiddish Are Coming" (Lou Jacobi, Bob McFadden and Henriette Jacobson) who presents bits from the record.
  • September 21, 1967
    September 21, 1967
    Episode 14
    9/21/67
    0.0
    Joanie Sommers co-hosts; guests are actor Eli Wallach, comedienne Totie Fields, author Harry Golden, singing group Jay & the Techniques and inventor Sol Collins.
  • September 20, 1967
    September 20, 1967
    Episode 13
    9/20/67
    0.0
    Joanie Sommers co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Allen and Rossi, guitarist Charlie Byrd, reporter and TV personality Dorothy Fuldheim and The Cowsills. A fashion show of inexpensive clothes is presented.
  • September 19, 1967
    September 19, 1967
    Episode 12
    9/19/67
    0.0
    Joanie Sommers co-hosts; guests are actor-producer Sheldon Leonard, singer Al Martino, accordian player Dick Contino and Robert Kent author of "How to Choose Your House" who talks about things to look for when buying a house.
  • Week of September 18, 1967
    9/18/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Joanie Sommers (Week of 18Sep68-22Sep68); guests are actor and star of Star Trek William Shatner, singer Lou Rawls, comedian Pat Cooper and Dr. Louise Ames.
  • September 15, 1967
    September 15, 1967
    Episode 10
    9/15/67
    0.0
    Ryan O'Neal concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jerry Van Dyke, singer Dennis Day, songstress Dana Valery, actress Leigh Taylor Young and Boxing champs Joe Frazier, Muhammed Ali and Floyd Patterson.
  • September 14, 1967
    September 14, 1967
    Episode 9
    9/14/67
    0.0
    Ryan O'Neal co-hosts; guests are actress Joan Bennett, Country-Western songstress Skeeter Davis, actor Victor Buono, singer Stevie Wonder, actress Mia Farrow (via telephone) and Richard Stolley LIFE magazine writer who speaks on rabies shots.
  • September 13, 1967
    September 13, 1967
    Episode 8
    9/13/67
    0.0
    Ryan O'Neal co-hosts; actress Yvonne Craig, TV's Batgirl, TV host and personality Steve Allen author of "Bigger Than a Breadbox", singer Jerry Vale, The Cyrkle singing group and tennis coach Jean Hoxie with Junior champion tennis players "Peaches" and "Plums" Barkowitz.
  • September 12, 1967
    September 12, 1967
    Episode 7
    9/12/67
    0.0
    Ryan O'Neal co-hosts; guests are actress and Ryan's wife Leigh Taylor Young also starring in TV's Peyton Place, comedian Alan King, The DeJohn Sisters, The Billy Taylor Trio and Al Rosen, former Major League Baseball player who talks about his book "Baseball and Your Boy".
  • Week of September 11, 1967
    9/11/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Ryan O'Neal (Week of 11Sep67-15Sep67); guests are Bishop James A. Pike, actress Gloria DeHaven, coemdian Sandy Baron and musical group The Teachers.
  • September 8, 1967
    September 8, 1967
    Episode 5
    9/8/67
    0.0
    Dennis Morgan concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Buddy Greco, actress-singer Molly Picon, actor-comedian Jack Carter and Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America who speaks of censorship of films and his days as special assistant to L.B.J.
  • September 7, 1967
    September 7, 1967
    Episode 4
    9/7/67
    0.0
    Dennis Morgan co-hosts; guests are singer Donna Theodore, actor Dane Clark, Shirley Polykoff advertising 'Woman of the Year' and a fashion show of men's furs by Christian Dior is presented.
  • September 6, 1967
    September 6, 1967
    Episode 3
    9/6/67
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    Dennis Morgan co-hosts; guests are actress Kaye Ballard, guitarist Al Caiola, the award winning Barbershop Quartet, The Four Statesmen and the Surgeon General of the U.S., William M. Stuart who speaks about air pollution.
  • September 5, 1967
    September 5, 1967
    Episode 2
    9/5/67
    0.0
    Dennis Morgan co-hosts; guests are actress Ruth Warrick, trombonist Harold Betters, singer Marion Colby and Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman who talks about American farm production.
  • Week of September 4, 1967
    9/4/67
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Dennis Morgan (Week of 04Sep67-08Sep67); guests are singer Kaye Stevens, The Serendipity Singers, World War I flying ace Billy Bishop and Dr. David Lehman.
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