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".
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.
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.