The Mike Douglas Show - Season 8

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Episode Guide

  • August 29, 1969
    August 29, 1969
    Episode 245
    8/29/69
    0.0
    Dinah Shore concludes her co-hosting duties; guest are comedienne Joan Rivers, newsman Walter Cronkite, Jazz singer Joe Williams and tennis champs Vic Sextas and Joyce Davenport.
  • August 28, 1969
    August 28, 1969
    Episode 244
    8/28/69
    0.0
    Dinah Shore co-hosts; guests are the singing team of Chris and Peter Allen, comedian Marty Allen and Paul Edwards director of Public Information for UNICEF.
  • August 27, 1969
    August 27, 1969
    Episode 243
    8/27/69
    0.0
    Dinah Shore co-hosts; guests are comic Robert King, Philadelphia Philies baseball star Rich Allen, The Peppermint Rainbow musical group and Professor Ian McHarg author of "Design with Nature". An archery demonstration is featured.
  • August 26, 1969
    August 26, 1969
    Episode 242
    8/26/69
    0.0
    Dinah Shore co-hosts; guests are guitarist Richie Havens, comic Charlie Manna, musician-composer Julius Wechter, The Baja Marimba Band, author Peter Max and Swami Sri Gurudev Sachidananda, teacher of integral yoga.
  • Week of August 25, 1969
    8/25/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Dinah Shore (Week of 25Aug69-29Aug69); guests are actors Jack Palance and Mickey Rooney and Checkmates Ltd. Dinah gets a chance to sing and display her culinary talents.
  • August 22, 1969
    August 22, 1969
    Episode 240
    8/22/69
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens concludes her co-hosting duties' guests are The Beach Boys, Rogers Morton, chairman of the Republican National Committee and Virginia Newman author of "How to Teach Infants to Swim".
  • August 21, 1969
    August 21, 1969
    Episode 239
    8/21/69
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are actor Doug McClure, singer Andy Kim, comedienne Dody Goodman and Stuart Flexner editor of "Dictionary of American Slang.
  • August 20, 1969
    August 20, 1969
    Episode 238
    8/20/69
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder, comedian Pat Cooper, fashion designer Leo Narducci and author Dr. Lawrence Lamb ("Your Heart and How to Live With It"). High fashion is modeled and Dr. Lamb talks about heart disease.
  • August 19, 1969
    August 19, 1969
    Episode 237
    8/19/69
    0.0
    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, comic Rip Taylor, Pro golfer singer Don Cherry, Ana Maria Alba (creator of Women's cosmetics who talks about facial lotions) and author Mary Jane Chambers ("Don't Launch Him ... He's Mine") about the wife of a pioneer in astronaut training and space simulation.moreless
  • Week of August 18, 1969
    8/18/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Kaye Stevens (Week of 18Aug69-22Aug69); guests are singer-songwriter Tim Hardin, comedian Robert Klein and A.Q. Mowbray author of "Road to Ruin".
  • August 15, 1969
    August 15, 1969
    Episode 235
    8/15/69
    0.0
    Roger Miller concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Alice Faye, comedian Jackie Vernon, Senator Fred Harris (D-Okla), Roger's 3-1/2 year old son Roger Dean Jr. and singer Tony Joe White. Fashions from Treviera fibers
  • August 14, 1969
    August 14, 1969
    Episode 234
    8/14/69
    0.0
    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are comedian Redd Foxx, singer Bobby Goldsboro, Dr. Haim Ginott who discusses children in summer and the World's strongest man Paul Anderson.
  • August 13, 1969
    August 13, 1969
    Episode 233
    8/13/69
    0.0
    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are TV personality Barbara Walters, singer Wilson Pickett and comedian Grady Nutt. Barbara Walters talks about her recent trip to Wales to cover the investiture of Prince Charles and how she adopted her new daughter.
  • August 12, 1969
    August 12, 1969
    Episode 232
    8/12/69
    0.0
    Roger Miller co-hosts; guests are Jesse White of the Broadway production The Front Page, singer-actress Betty Buckley and underground editor of "The Realist" and Yippie founder Paul Krassner.
  • Week of August 11, 1969
    8/11/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Roger Miller (Week of 11Aug69-15Aug69); guests are singer Ethel Ennis, comedienne Betty Walker and author-minister Dr. Charles Merrill Smith of "When the Saints Go Marching Out".
  • August 8, 1969
    August 8, 1969
    Episode 230
    8/8/69
    0.0
    Rex Reed concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Peter Fonda, singer Kaye Stevens and the food editor for the New York Times Craig Claiborne who shows how to prepare Shrimp Creole.
  • August 7, 1969
    August 7, 1969
    Episode 229
    8/7/69
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are actress Patty Duke, comedian Redd Foxx, singer Bobby Goldsboro and the singing team of Kole and Param. Miss Duke discusses her role in the new motion picture Me, Natalie and shows a scene from this film that depicts the generation gap.
  • August 6, 1969
    August 6, 1969
    Episode 228
    8/6/69
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are entertainer Carol Channing, Country singer Roger Miller, singer Chubby Checker and Fred Guiles author of "Norma Jean". Guiles talks about his book which describes Marilyn Monroe.
  • August 5, 1969
    August 5, 1969
    Episode 227
    8/5/69
    0.0
    Rex Reed co-hosts; guests are actress Hedy Lamarr, entertainer Tiny Tim, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge, singer Frankie Valli and Dr. Lendon Smith author of "The Children's Doctor" who talks about a baby's appetite and milk.
  • Week of August 4, 1969
    8/4/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is film critic Rex Reed (Week of 04Aug69-08Aug69); guests are Jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln, actor Hans Conried, Jazz vocal duo Jackie and Roy and Dr. Eugene Schoenfeld.
  • August 1, 1979
    August 1, 1979
    Episode 225
    8/1/69
    0.0
    Mike's guests are comedian Norm Crosby, Don Herbert, TV's Mr. Wizard, Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto, The Clara Ward Singers and Patrick McGuire, author of "The Forgers".
  • July 31, 1969
    July 31, 1969
    Episode 224
    7/31/69
    0.0
    Mike's guests are singer-comedienne Kaye Stevens, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, the comedy team of Patchett & Tarses and Lionel Tiger author of "Men in Groups".
  • July 30, 1969
    July 30, 1969
    Episode 223
    7/30/69
    0.0
    Mike's guests are comedian Robert Klein, Christine Jorgensen author of her biography, Terry O'Brien and Co. (with a wire act), Illusionist Ferry Forst and musical group The Free Design.
  • July 29, 1969
    July 29, 1969
    Episode 222
    7/29/69
    0.0
    Mike's guests are actor George Segal, comic Pete Barbutti, singer Gerri Granger, Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Eddie Adams and strongmen David & Goliath.
  • Week of July 28, 1969
    Week of July 28, 1969
    Episode 221
    7/28/69
    0.0
    Mike has no co-hosts this week; guests are Magician Bob McAllister, singer Johnny Mathis, songstress Julie DeJohn and author Helen Battle who discusses her 14 month imprisonment in East Germany.
  • July 11, 1969
    July 11, 1969
    Episode 220
    7/11/69
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Tab Hunter, comedian Dick Shawn, singer Tommy Roe and Governor Richard J. Hughes of New Jersey. Also a fashion show of knitwear styles.
  • July 10, 1969
    July 10, 1969
    Episode 219
    7/10/69
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are Joey's husband Lance Rentzel, singer Oliver, actor Jack Weston, Marcella Sanborn, clinical psychologist Dr. Harold Streitfeld and members of the USA Daredevils.
  • July 9, 1969
    July 9, 1969
    Episode 218
    7/9/69
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are comedienne Selma Diamond, humorist-cartoonist Roger Price, The Golddiggers and improv group Ace Trucking Co.
  • July 8, 1969
    July 8, 1969
    Episode 217
    7/8/69
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are comic Ron Carey, singer Jerry Lee Lewis, the Brothers and Sisters musical group and Dr. Thomas Paine administrator of NASA who talks abou the present moon landing project.
  • Week of July 7, 1969
    Week of July 7, 1969
    Episode 216
    7/7/69
    0.0
    Joey Heatherton (Week of 07Jul69-11Jul69); guests are Joey's husband football player Lance Rentzel, football columnist Elinor Kaine, singer Jan Peerce, comedian Rodney Dangerfield and The Seredipity Singers.
  • July 4, 1969
    July 4, 1969
    Episode 215
    7/4/69
    0.0
    James Brown concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV personality Dick Clark, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, comic Clay Tyson and the Dee Felice Trio.
  • July 3, 1969
    July 3, 1969
    Episode 214
    7/3/69
    0.0
    James Brown co-hosts; guests are actor Mickey Rooney, pianist Peter Duchin, blues singer Hank Ballard, columnist Erma Bombeck and vocalist Marva Whitney.
  • July 2, 1969
    July 2, 1969
    Episode 213
    7/2/69
    0.0
    James Brown co-hosts; guests are producer David Susskind, opera singer Shirley Verrett, comedienne Mary Betten, Beau Jack, former lightweight boxing champion and vocalist Marva Whitney.
  • July 1, 1969
    July 1, 1969
    Episode 212
    7/1/69
    0.0
    James Brown co-hosts; guests are comedians Robert Klein and Al Freeman Jr., Dee Felice Trio, singer Julie Budd and Robert E. Johnson editor of Jet Magazine.
  • Week of June 30, 1969
    Week of June 30, 1969
    Episode 211
    6/30/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer James Brown (Week of 30Jun69-04Jul69); guests are actor David McCallum, comedian Morey Amsterdam and James' mother Laura Garvin.
  • June 27, 1969
    June 27, 1969
    Episode 210
    6/27/69
    0.0
    Norm Crosby concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comedienne Selma Diamond, singer Kaye Hart and player-coach of the Boston Celtics Bill Russell. Filmed interviews are presented with Jack Lemmon, Andy Williams and Tennessee Ernie Ford.
  • June 26, 1969
    June 26, 1969
    Episode 209
    6/26/69
    4.5
    Norm Crosby co-hosts; guests are The Clara Ward Singers, Mrs. Elisabeth Bing teacher of the Lamaze method of childbirth, Joy Harnell who demonstrates natural childbirth exercises and a mystery guest.
  • June 25, 1969
    June 25, 1969
    Episode 208
    6/25/69
    0.0
    Norm Crosby co-hosts; guests are Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, Opera singer Richard Tucker, memory expert Harry Lorayne, Mrs. Betty Seimes president general of the DAR and Harold Low president of the American International Travel Service.
  • June 24, 1969
    June 24, 1969
    Episode 207
    6/24/69
    0.0
    Norm Crosby co-hosts; guests are musical comedy star Bernadette Peters, comic Professor Irwin Corey, TV game show producer Chuck Barris and Jazz musician Lionel Hampton.
  • Week of June 23, 1969
    Week of June 23, 1969
    Episode 206
    6/23/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Norm Crosby (Week of 23Jun69-27Jun69); guests are singer Edie Adams, actor Jack Warden, astrologer-clairvoyant Maurice Woodruff and pop group the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • June 20, 1969
    June 20, 1969
    Episode 205
    6/20/69
    0.0
    George Segal concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are the comedy team of Patchett and Tarses, actress Phyllis Eldridge, the New York Rock and Roll ensemble and Gay Talese author of "The Kingdom and the Power" about the New York Times.
  • June 19, 1969
    June 19, 1969
    Episode 204
    6/19/69
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, comedian Pat Henry, Gwen Davis author of "The Pretenders", Kenneth Tynan a critic who conceived the production of the play O, Calcutta and Muriel Grossfeld coach of the US Olympic Gymnastic team. A demonstration on preparing funnel cake and pointers on trampoline basics are given.moreless
  • June 18, 1969
    June 18, 1969
    Episode 203
    6/18/69
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are singer Patti Page, the musical group Your Father's Mustache, the comedy team of Bob and Ray and consumer advocate Ralph Nader, who talks about noise pollution and safety precautions for industry.
  • June 17, 1969
    June 17, 1969
    Episode 202
    6/17/69
    0.0
    George Segal co-hosts; guests are 'One man band' Vince Blue Mont, comic Ron Carey, singer Sue Raney, comedian Pat McCormick, musical group The Tokens and Dr. Julius Segal co-author of "Insomnia Guide for Troubled Sleepers" who talks about dreams.
  • Week of June 16, 1969
    Week of June 16, 1969
    Episode 201
    6/16/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor George Segal (Week of 16Jun69-20Jun69). George helps Mike celebrate his 1500th national broadcast, showing highlights of the past shows. Also on hand are singer Jack Haskell, comedy writer Pat McCormick and Playboy magazine fashion editor Robert L. Green.
  • June 13, 1969
    June 13, 1969
    Episode 200
    6/13/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey; guests are singer Eddy Arnold and comic actor Harvey Korman. Former VP Humphrey talks about student disorders on college campuses.
  • June 12, 1969
    June 12, 1969
    Episode 199
    6/12/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is Jazz musician Duke Ellington; guests are actor Van Johnson, singer Dee Dee Warwick and artist Peter Max. Ellington talks about a White House dinner where President Nixon played "Happy Birthday" and the Medal of Freedom which President Nixon presented to him.
  • June 11, 1969
    June 11, 1969
    Episode 198
    6/11/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is comedienne Kaye Ballard; guests are actor Peter Lawford, Reverend Al Carmines (associate minister of Judson Church) and flower arranger Blanche Scarlett Phelps. Reverend Carmines explains his church's use of artifical productions to offer a means of expression.
  • June 10, 1969
    June 10, 1969
    Episode 197
    6/10/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is football star Joe Namath; guests are comedian Robert Klein, actress Sue Lyon and singer Julie Budd. A new game called "Funnybones" is demonstrated. A film clip from the Superbowl championship football game with Joe Namath is shown.
  • Week of June 9, 1969
    Week of June 9, 1969
    Episode 196
    6/9/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host today is singer Ethel Merman; guests are actor Jesse White, songwriters-singing group Cashman, Pistilli and West and mentalist the Amazing Kreskin.
  • June 6, 1969
    June 6, 1969
    Episode 195
    6/6/69
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Robert Hooks and his son Keven, singer Neva Small, historian John Henry Clarke who talks about black American History and The Four Fuller Brothers.
  • June 5, 1969
    June 5, 1969
    Episode 194
    6/5/69
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are actor Nicol Williamson, singer Eddy Arnold who talks about his book "Its a Long Way from Chester County", The Craig Hundley Trio jazz group and Ruth Gaskins author of "A Good Heart and a Light Hand" on tasty soul food dishes.
  • June 4, 1969
    June 4, 1969
    Episode 193
    6/4/69
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, comedian-actor Tony Randall and Country-Western singer Browning Bryant. A demonstration of designing furniture made from aluminum foil and papier mache is shown.
  • June 3, 1969
    June 3, 1969
    Episode 192
    6/3/69
    0.0
    Leslie Uggams co-hosts; guests are comedienne Mary Betten, singer Bobby Goldsboro, musical group The Free Design, juggler Sampion Zurani and columnist-author Cindy Adams who talks about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Prime Minister Nehru.
  • Week of June 2, 1969
    Week of June 2, 1969
    Episode 191
    6/2/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Leslie Uggams (Week of 02Jun69-06Jun69); guests are comedian Don Rickles, singer Bobby Vinton and TONY award winners Lillian Hayman and Leslie team up to recreate the showstopper "Smile" from their hit show "Halelujah Baby". Madeline Carabo Cane explains her innovational method of teaching children to understand music.moreless
  • May 30, 1969
    May 30, 1969
    Episode 190
    5/30/69
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-comedian Art Carney, actor William Shatner star of TV's Star Trek, actress Anna Manahan who co-stars with Art Carney in the tour of "Lovers", singer-guitarist Clarence Carter and L. Larkin Niemeyer who displays the color TV camera used in Apollo 10 and explains footage shown of a telecast from space.moreless
  • May 29, 1969
    May 29, 1969
    Episode 189
    5/29/69
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are comedienne Vivian Vance, singer-actress Bernadette Peters and Dr. George Bach author of "The Intimate Enemy" who talks about marriage and aggressions.
  • May 28, 1969
    May 28, 1969
    Episode 188
    5/28/69
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are comedian Don Rickles, The Mercy musical group, Diana Delmonte author "Seven Vocal Vitamins" and photographer-film director-composer-writer Gordon Parks who talks about his years with LIFE magazine and his autobiography "The Learning Tree".
  • May 27, 1969
    May 27, 1969
    Episode 187
    5/27/69
    0.0
    Sergio Franchi co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Wagner, comedian George Carlin, singer Karen Morrow and film critic Rex Reed. Artifacts tracing the history of items used by the early Greeks and Egyptians including a rouge pot, mascara cup and tweezers are exhibited.
  • Week of May 26, 1969
    Week of May 26, 1969
    Episode 186
    5/26/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Sergio Franchi (Week of 26May69-30May69); guests are comedian Professor Irwin Corey, Charles Evers Mayor of Fayette Mississippi and Bob Guslkoff U.S. Table Tennis Champion. Sergio discusses his experiences as an avid antique collector.
  • May 23, 1969
    May 23, 1969
    Episode 185
    5/23/69
    0.0
    Martha Raye concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedy actor Richard Deacon, actor George Segal, The Lettermen and Dr. Julius Segal author of "Insomnia the Guide for Troubled Sleepers". A hair curling demonstration is given.
  • May 22, 1969
    May 22, 1969
    Episode 184
    5/22/69
    0.0
    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are actor Troy Donahue, singer Gerri Granger, comic Pete Barbutti, Elizabeth Post who talks about her famous grandmother-in-law Emily Post and author Richard Lamparski author of "Whatever Became Of" answers audiences questions concerning the where-abouts of once, big time celebrities.
  • May 21, 1969
    May 21, 1969
    Episode 183
    5/21/69
    0.0
    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are actor Werner Klemperer of TV's Hogan's Heroes, comedian Marty Allen, singer-composer John Hartford and N. Scott Momaday author of "House Made of Dawn" the story of an American Indian who returns home after World War II .
  • May 20, 1969
    May 20, 1969
    Episode 182
    5/20/69
    0.0
    Martha Raye co-hosts; guests are singer Johnny Mathis, Dr. Haim Ginott author of "Between Parent and Teenager", a fashion show assisted by a group of costumed Disneyland characters and Nancy Gentile, the head instructress for Playboy bunnies talks about the qualifications and the training of the girls.
  • Week of May 19, 1969
    Week of May 19, 1969
    Episode 181
    5/19/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Martha Raye (Week of 19May69-23May69); guests are Young Holt Unlimited musical group and Charles and Bonnie Remsberg who in a recent magazine article explained how a small affluent community handled their teenage drug problem.
  • May 16, 1969
    May 16, 1969
    Episode 180
    5/16/69
    0.0
    Van Johnson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Jacqueline Susann author of "The Love Machine" and The Irish Rovers.
  • May 15, 1969
    May 15, 1969
    Episode 179
    5/15/69
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are actor Eli Wallach and his wife actress Anne Jackson and their son Peter Wallach, singer Josephine Premice and author-TV personality Dorothy Fuldheim who discusses how she had the audacity to barge directly into Adolph Hitler's headquarters in Munich in the late 30's for an interview.
  • May 14, 1969
    May 14, 1969
    Episode 178
    5/14/69
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, singer Carmel Quinn, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap musical group and news analyst David Schoenbrun who talks about our country's military power.
  • May 13, 1969
    May 13, 1969
    Episode 177
    5/13/69
    0.0
    Van Johnson co-hosts; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, comic Phil Foster, Jacques D'Amboise the principal male dancer with the New York City Ballet and the Wall Street Widows singing group.
  • Week of May 12, 1969
    Week of May 12, 1969
    Episode 176
    5/12/69
    10
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Van Johnson (Week of 12May69-16May69); guests are actress Linda Lavin, The Baja Marimba Band and belly dancer Shalimar.
  • May 9, 1969
    May 9, 1969
    Episode 175
    5/9/69
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Las Vegas columnist Ralph Pearl and Dr. Steven Muller Vice President for Student Affairs at Cornell University discusses student disorder.
  • May 8, 1969
    May 8, 1969
    Episode 174
    5/8/69
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Warden, the comedy team of Bob and Ray, singer D'Aldo Romano, airlines representative Mary Kay Swanson and Dr. Irwin Stillman author of "The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet" talks about losing 10-15 pounds a week by a protein diet.
  • May 7, 1969
    May 7, 1969
    Episode 173
    5/7/69
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are singer Edwin Starr, actor-singer-dancer Swen Swenson, author Jean Dixon makes predictions on some of the country's problems and Gloria Vanderbilt who talks about her new art form and exhibits some of her collages.
  • May 6, 1969
    May 6, 1969
    Episode 172
    5/6/69
    0.0
    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are comedian Pat Paulsen, composer Mason Williams, musical team The Pair Extraordinaire, Paul and Paula LaCross a knife throwing team and Senator Fred R. Harris (D-Ok) Senator Harris evaluates President Nixon's first 100 days in office.
  • Week of May 5, 1969
    Week of May 5, 1969
    Episode 171
    5/5/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actress-comedienne Kaye Ballard (Week of 05May69-09May69); guests are columnist Erma Bombeck, musical group Harpers Bizarre and Richard Blackwell, women's fashion designer known for his "10 Worst Dressed Women" list.
  • May 2, 1969
    May 2, 1969
    Episode 170
    5/2/69
    0.0
    Alejandro Rey concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Jane Russell who talks about WAIF an adoption organization, Mike's musical director Joe Harnell, singer-golf pro Don Cherry and Dr. O. Spurgeon English, head of the department of Psychiatry at Temple University who talks about the patience and effort involved in making matrimony work.moreless
  • May 1, 1969
    May 1, 1969
    Episode 169
    5/1/69
    0.0
    Alejandro Rey co-hosts; guests are actress Madeline Sherwood also of TV's The Flying Nun, The Young Holt Unlimited musical group, singer-actress Lesley Ann Warren, the Argentine Ambassador to Washington Ambassador Eduardo Roca who shows slides of historical spots in Argentina and Sister Margaret Mary Bach who discusses her current two-year leave of absence from her order.moreless
  • April 30, 1969
    April 30, 1969
    Episode 168
    4/30/69
    0.0
    Alejandro Rey co-hosts; guests are composer-poet Rod McKuen, the comedy team of McCall and Brill, fencing expert Rod Colbin and Dr. Michael Shugrue author of "English in a Decade of Change" talks about teaching the English language. Rod McKuen musically interprets the lyrics to "The Ivy That Clings to the Wall".moreless
  • April 29, 1969
    April 29, 1969
    Episode 167
    4/29/69
    0.0
    Alejandro Rey co-hosts; guests are actor Tony Randall, actress-comedian Madeleine Kahn, The Philadelphia Civic Ballet Company, Joyce Bowman, Henry Borovik who discusses his role as American correspondent for the Soviet news agency "Novosty Press" and pop group The Turtles. Highlights: The Turtles perform "Elenore" and "The House On the Hill".
  • Week of April 28, 1969
    4/28/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Alejandro Rey of TV's The Flying Nun (Week of 28Apr69-02May69); guests are his co-star actress Sally Field, musical comedy star Tammy Grimes and pop group Jay and the Americans.
  • April 25, 1969
    April 25, 1969
    Episode 165
    4/25/69
    0.0
    Marty Allen concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Shirley Bassey, jazz bagpipist Rufus Harley and group and Robin Morgan a member of the "Women's Liberation Movement" talks about picketing the Miss America Pageant last year and about women's status as second class citizens.
  • April 24, 1969
    April 24, 1969
    Episode 164
    4/24/69
    0.0
    Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are singer Dana Valery, striptease artist Blaze Starr, The Four Tops and Donald R. Cressey author of "Theft of a Nation" talks about organized crime, illegal gambling and powerful influences of the Mafia and Cosa Nostra.
  • April 23, 1969
    April 23, 1969
    Episode 163
    4/23/69
    0.0
    Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are comedian Pat McCormick, musician-author Mason Williams, The Brothers and Sisters musical group, Zippy the performing Chimp and James Kirkwood author of "Good Times - Bad Times" talks about his life as a doorman at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
  • April 22, 1969
    April 22, 1969
    Episode 162
    4/22/69
    0.0
    Marty Allen co-hosts; guests are actor Mike Connors of TV's Mannix, Gladys Knight and the Pips, composer Bobby Russell, adventurer-author Jean-Pierre Hallet and Jack Boris owner of a shoplifting protective service, talks about methods employed by individuals who are underhanded.
  • Week of April 21, 1969
    4/21/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Marty Allen (Week of 21Apr69-25Apr69); guests are actor Peter Lawford, comedian Louis Nye, singer David Ruffin and science fiction writer Isaac Asimov.
  • April 18, 1969
    April 18, 1969
    Episode 160
    4/18/69
    0.0
    Sebastian Cabot concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., comedy banjo player Gene Sheldon and Curt Gentry author of "The Last Days of the Late, Great State of California" talks about his predictions about a major earthquake on the West coast. Fashions for portly men are modeled.
  • April 17, 1969
    April 17, 1969
    Episode 159
    4/17/69
    0.0
    Sebastian Cabot co-hosts; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, Zubin Mehta music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra discusses the contemporary songs of the Beatles and Marlin Perkins director of the St. Louis Zoo and host of TV's Animal Kingdom. Marlin displays an array of captured animals including a mongoose and a Boa constrictor.moreless
  • April 16, 1969
    April 16, 1969
    Episode 158
    4/16/69
    0.0
    Sebastian Cabot co-hosts; guests are actress Lillian Gish who talks about her book "Lillian Gish - the Movies, Mr. Griffith and Me", comedian Jack Carter, The Dirk Jensen musical group, Hollywood columnist Sheilah Graham who talks about Barbra Streisand and Warren Beatty and Don Herbert TV's "Mr. Wizard" science expert and author of "Secret in the White Cell".moreless
  • April 15, 1969
    April 15, 1969
    Episode 157
    4/15/69
    0.0
    Sebastian Cabot co-hosts; guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, singer Karen Morrow, Opera star Giorgio Tozzi and Paul Krassner editor of the Underground newspaper "The Realist" who talks about Yippies.
  • Week of April 14, 1969
    4/14/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Sebastian Cabot (Week of 14Apr69-18Apr69); guests are actor Hans Conreid, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and George Jacobs manufacturer of clothes for big men.
  • April 11, 1969
    April 11, 1969
    Episode 155
    4/11/69
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Herschel Bernardi, actor Peter Lupus of TV's Mission: Impossible and Patrick McGrady author of "The Youth Doctors".
  • April 10, 1969
    April 10, 1969
    Episode 154
    4/10/69
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are actor Michael Dunn, comedian Charlie Callas, Jazz flutist Herbie Mann and his group, gourmet Chef Louis Szathmary who gives a recipe for leek soup and Clay Shaw recently acquitted of a charge of conspiring to assassinate President Kennedy. Highlights: Shirley sings "Johnny One Note" and "This Is My Life".moreless
  • April 9, 1969
    April 9, 1969
    Episode 153
    4/9/69
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are actor Glenn Ford, singer Hal Frazier, The Beach Boys, Robin Morgan a member of the "Women's Liberation Movement" who talks about discrimination against women and Alan Osler of the Sanson Institute of Heraldry talks about Coats of Arms. Highlights: Shirley sings "Goin' Out of My Head".moreless
  • April 8, 1969
    April 8, 1969
    Episode 152
    4/8/69
    0.0
    Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, The Four Tops, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and Robert L. Green of Playboy magazine who discusses Parisian fashions.
  • Week of April 7, 1969
    Week of April 7, 1969
    Episode 151
    4/7/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Shirley Bassey (Week of 07Apr69-11Apr69); guests are comedian Dick Shawn, Mike's musical director Joe Harnell, author Charles E. Rice and Chef Louis Satmarie.
  • April 4, 1969
    April 4, 1969
    Episode 150
    4/4/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Lesley Gore, Broadway actress Elaine Stritch, comic Irwin C. Watson, gospel group The Imperials and Dr. John Houbolt designer of the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) who explains the prime lunar target.
  • April 3, 1969
    April 3, 1969
    Episode 149
    4/3/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are Country-Western guitarist Louie Roberts, musical group New Colony Six, Dr. George R. Bach of the Institute of Group Psychotherapy and author of "The Intimate Enemy" and Lewis Stelson Allen who shows hats for men for all seasons.
  • April 2, 1969
    April 2, 1969
    Episode 148
    4/2/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are actor James Garner, Israeli singer Esther Tohbi, author Ron Wiggins and woman jockey Barbara Jo Rubin. Film clips from James Garner's new movie Support Your Local Sheriff are shown.
  • April 1, 1969
    April 1, 1969
    Episode 147
    4/1/69
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are actor Burt Reynolds, The New Folk, folksingers touring for "Campus Crusade", humorist Grady Nutt, gospel group The Imperials and Alan Levine a lawyer representing Civil Liberties Union who talks about draft card burning.
  • Week of March 31, 1969
    3/31/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jimmy Dean (Week of 31Mar69-04Apr69); guests are vaudeville performer Rudy Vallee, singer-actress Bernadette Peters, author Diana Delmonte and Father Ralph Belling head of the Christian Appalachian Project.
  • March 28, 1969
    March 28, 1969
    Episode 145
    3/28/69
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Vic Damone, actress June Wilkinson, musical group The Cowsills and author Rev. Larry Beggs author of "Huckleberry's For Runaways" who talks about his experimental shelter as an alternative between tall and home for adolescents.
  • March 27, 1969
    March 27, 1969
    Episode 144
    3/27/69
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts; guests are comedic actor Bill Daily, singer Robert Goulet, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Majl Stamper Vice President of Boeing Corporation who talks about the world's largest commerical jet and Capt. Ralph Barnaby author of "How to Make and Fly Paper Airplanes".
  • March 26, 1969
    March 26, 1969
    Episode 143
    3/26/69
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts; guests are singer Dinah Shore, actor Jim Brown (formerly with the Cleveland Browns football team), saxophonist Boots Randolph and Father Robert Capon author of "The Supper of the Lamb" cookboon and a theological treatise.
  • March 25, 1969
    March 25, 1969
    Episode 142
    3/25/69
    0.0
    Frank Gorshin co-hosts; guests are singer Joe Tex and his group, news analyst David Schoenbrun and floral arranger Blanche Phelps who shows her special way of burying garbage and planting unwanted leftovers.
  • Week of March 24, 1969
    3/24/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor-comedian Frank Gorshin (Week of 24Mar69-28Mar69); guests are singer Eddie Fisher, musical comedy star Gretchen Wyler, comedian Louis Nye and author Jean-Pierre Hallet who talks about the African people and special safaris.
  • March 21, 1969
    March 21, 1969
    Episode 140
    3/21/69
    0.0
    Louis Nye concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Buddy Hackett, singer Evie Sands, physical fitness expert Debbie Drake who demonstrates limbering up exercises and William Emerson former editor of Saturday Evening Post.
  • March 20, 1969
    March 20, 1969
    Episode 139
    3/20/69
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are actor Werner Klemperer of TV's Hogan's Heroes, songstress Gloria Loring, singer Browning Bryant, the comedy team of Bob and Ray and Bing Crosby is shown in a filmed interview.
  • March 19, 1969
    March 19, 1969
    Episode 138
    3/19/69
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are singer Mel Torme, actor Greg Morris of TV's Mission: Impossible, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge and Ana Maria Alba creator of a beauty cosmetic for women.
  • March 18, 1969
    March 18, 1969
    Episode 137
    3/18/69
    0.0
    Louis Nye co-hosts; guests are The Irish Rovers, comedian Robert Klein, Operatic tenor Richard Tucker and Melbourne Christopher author of "Houdini: the Untold Story".
  • Week of March 17, 1969
    3/17/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Louis Nye (Week of 17Mar69-21Mar69); guests are actor-comedian Tom Poston, singer John Gary, songstress Joanne Vent and food editor Craig Claiborne.
  • March 14, 1969
    March 14, 1969
    Episode 135
    3/14/69
    0.0
    From Cypress Gardens, Cornel Wilde concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Edward Mulhare of TV's The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, The Checkmates Ltd., singer Julie DeJohn and a fashion show narrated by golf pro Dave Marr on sun, sea and sand fashions. Dick Pope Sr. founder of Cypress Gardens in Florida referees a volleyball game.moreless
  • March 13, 1969
    March 13, 1969
    Episode 134
    3/13/69
    0.0
    From Cypress Gardens, Cornel Wilde co-hosts; guests are Cornel's wife actress Jean Wallace, comedienne-singer Kaye Stevens, the Tijuana Brats musical group of teenagers, Bill Haast from the Miami Serpentarium with his prize collection of snakes and lion tamer David Hoover of the Clyde Beaty-Cole Bros. Circus and his big cats.
  • March 12, 1969
    March 12, 1969
    Episode 133
    3/12/69
    0.0
    From Cypress Gardens, Cornel Wilde co-hosts; guests are former Gold Medal Olympic Swimming champ and Tarzan actor Johnny Weismuller, Opera singer Roberta Peters, comedian Marty Allen, musical comedy star Chita Rivera, Olympic Gold Medal winner Bernie Wrightson, singer-dancer Dick Jensen and his group, Art McKee of the Miami Serpentarium, the Naval Air Training Command Choir and the swaying high pole acrobat Sandor Biro.moreless
  • March 11, 1969
    March 11, 1969
    Episode 132
    3/11/69
    0.0
    From Cypress Gardens, Cornel Wilde co-hosts; guests are Governor Claude Kirk of Florida, singer-comedienne Kaye Stevens, Jazz pianist Duke Ellington, comic Pat Paulsen, The Koehlers trick driving champs and two players from the Miami Jai Alai team present a demonstration.
  • Week of March 10, 1969
    3/10/69
    0.0
    From Cypress Gardens, Florida, Mike's co-host this week is actor Cornel Wilde (Week of 10Mar69-14Mar69); guests are Cornel's wife Jean Wallace, TV's Gentle Ben the bear, comedians Mel Miller and Frank Fontaine, singer Marilyn Maye, Frank Hubbell and the Stompers, bow hunter Fred Bear and The Aquamaids.
  • March 7, 1969
    March 7, 1969
    Episode 130
    3/7/69
    0.0
    Edie Adams concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey, actor Alejandro Rey of TV's The Flying Nun, Golf pro-singer Don Cherry and comedienne Patti Deutsch.
  • March 6, 1969
    March 6, 1969
    Episode 129
    3/6/69
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are actress Anissa Jones of TV's Family Affair, comic Professor Irwin Corey, musical director Joe Harnell and Michael Spock director of the Children's Museum in Boston who talks about giving children the opportunity to handle three-dimensional relics.
  • March 5, 1969
    March 5, 1969
    Episode 128
    3/5/69
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are comedian Rodney Dangerfield, singer Richie Havens, film critic and writer Rex Reed and the duo piano team of Ferrante and Teicher.
  • March 4, 1969
    March 4, 1969
    Episode 127
    3/4/69
    0.0
    Edie Adams co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Harris, film critic Judith Crist, comic Grady Nutt, rock group Vanilla Fudge, fashion designer John Weltz and Robert L. Green fashion director of Playboy magazine. Also male models display outfits.
  • Week of March 3, 1969
    Week of March 3, 1969
    Episode 126
    3/3/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-comedienne Edie Adams (Week of 03Mar69-07Mar69); guests are musical comedy star Joel Grey, actor Tom Courtenay, comic Irwin C. Watson and Richard Block tax firm head who talks about preparation of federal and state income tax reports.
  • February 28, 1969
    February 28, 1969
    Episode 125
    2/28/69
    0.0
    William Shatner concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, singer Julie Budd, young musical comedy star Scott Jacoby and child psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott author of "Between Parent and Child" who talks about methods for correcting children.
  • February 27, 1969
    February 27, 1969
    Episode 124
    2/27/69
    0.0
    William Shatner co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Klugman, singer Jaye P. Morgan, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, the singing team of Sam and Dave and Paul Steiner who discusses the youth revolution in America.
  • February 26, 1969
    February 26, 1969
    Episode 123
    2/26/69
    0.0
    William Shatner co-hosts; guests are actor Craig Stevens and his wife actress Alexis Smith, Gladys Knight and the Pips, comedienne Selma Diamond and Bill Baird who talks about his crusade (Parents Aid Society) on abortion and birth control pills.
  • February 25, 1969
    February 25, 1969
    Episode 122
    2/25/69
    0.0
    William Shatner co-hosts; guests are Country-Western singers Homer and Jethro, news correspondent Robert Trout, singer Marilyn Maye and Karate experts Sergeants Tom Fletcher and William Wick.
  • Week of February 24, 1969
    2/24/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host is the week is Star Trek star William Shatner (Week of 24Feb69-28Feb69); guests are Hines, Hines and Dad, comedian Sandy Baron, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge and a mystery guest.
  • February 21, 1969
    February 21, 1969
    Episode 120
    2/21/69
    0.0
    Buddy Greco concludes co-hosting duties; guests are actor Ricardo Montalban, actress Hope Lange, football star Rosey Grier, singer Jeannie Brittan and the world's champion lady wrestler Fabulous Moolah.
  • February 20, 1969
    February 20, 1969
    Episode 119
    2/20/69
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are singer Esther Tohbi, comedian Robert Klein, trombonist Urbie Green and Hollywood columnist Joyce Haber.
  • February 19, 1969
    February 19, 1969
    Episode 118
    2/19/69
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are singer Margaret Whiting, comic Mickey Manners and pop poster artist Peter Max.
  • February 18, 1969
    February 18, 1969
    Episode 117
    2/18/69
    0.0
    Buddy Greco co-hosts; guests are actress Anne Jeffreys, musical group The Brooklyn Bridge, comic Phil Foster and Morton Sobell who served an 18-year prison term for conspiracy against the U.S.
  • Week of February 17, 1969
    2/17/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Buddy Greco (Week of 17Feb69-21Feb69)' guests are singer Linda Bennett, trumpet player Hugh Masekela and his group and First Lady of New Jersey Mrs. Richard (Betty) J. Hughes.
  • February 14, 1969
    February 14, 1969
    Episode 115
    2/14/69
    0.0
    Minnie Pearl concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singers Karen Morrow and Sergio Franchi, comic Redd Foxx and John S.D. Eisenhower who talks about his book "The Bitter Woods" an account of World War II's Battle of the Bulge.
  • February 13, 1969
    February 13, 1969
    Episode 114
    2/13/69
    0.0
    Minnie Pearl co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Rydell, actor Jesse White, folksinger Joan Baez and baseball player Willie Mays.
  • February 12, 1969
    February 12, 1969
    Episode 113
    2/12/69
    0.0
    Hee Haw's Minnie Pearl co-hosts; guests are Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, actor Vince Edwards, puppeteer Shari Lewis and 12-year-old Country singer Louie Roberts. A film interview with Tennessee Ernie Ford is presented. Also a wild Spring fashion show.
  • February 11, 1969
    February 11, 1969
    Episode 112
    2/11/69
    0.0
    Minnie Pearl co-hosts; guests are Country-Western singer Tex Ritter, The Vogues, comic Rip Taylor and Bud Wilkinson special consultant to President Nixon who talks about youth groups.
  • Week of February 10, 1969
    2/10/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Country performer Minnie Pearl (Week of 10Feb69-14Feb69); guests are comedian Dick Shawn, Country-Western singer Loretta Lynn, musical group Young Holt Unlimited and Carol and Paul Arnold who discuss nudism.
  • February 7, 1969
    February 7, 1969
    Episode 110
    2/7/69
    0.0
    Frank Sinatra Jr. concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Gerald Ford, singer-dancers The Golddiggers, singer Julie DeJohn, comic Rip Taylor and an anonymous young unwed mother who speaks of her experience.
  • February 6, 1969
    February 6, 1969
    Episode 109
    2/6/69
    0.0
    Frank Sinatra Jr. co-hosts; guests are actor Michael Callan and his wife actress Patricia Harty, vocalist Lottie Jones with the Sinatra Band, comic Paul Lennon with the band and former boxing champ Rocky Graziano. Tennis fashions are modeled.
  • February 5, 1969
    February 5, 1969
    Episode 108
    2/5/69
    0.0
    Frank Sinatra Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer Connie Francis, comedian Pat Cooper, the Cook E. Jarr musical group and Glenn Cunningham director of "Youth Ranch" a place for troubled youngsters.
  • February 4, 1969
    February 4, 1969
    Episode 107
    2/4/69
    0.0
    Frank Sinatra Jr. co-hosts; guests are entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., comic Soupy Sales, singer Lola Falana, Reverend Jesse Jackson and James Turner graduate student involved in the Northwestern University demonstration. Sammy Davis Jr. discusses the new mood of Black Americans with Rev. Jesse Jackson.
  • Week of February 3, 1969
    2/3/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Frank Sinatra Jr. (Week of 03Feb69-07Feb69); guests are Gladys Knight and the Pips, trombonist Urbie Green, comic Joey Villa and "Woman of the Year" Mrs. Carol Gossford.
  • January 31, 1969
    January 31, 1969
    Episode 105
    1/31/69
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Bill Dana, singer Gloria Loring, boxing champ Muhammad Ali and the singing team of Freddie Bell and Roberta Linn.
  • January 30, 1969
    January 30, 1969
    Episode 104
    1/30/69
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are actor Sidney Poiter with a surprise visit by mystery guest Rod Steiger, who discuss their roles from the motion picture In the Heat of the Night, singer Lola Falana, and the comedy team of Skiles and Henderson.
  • January 29, 1969
    January 29, 1969
    Episode 103
    1/29/69
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are actor Carl Betz of TV's Judd For the Defense, singer Julie DeJohn, Country-Western musicians Homer and Jethro and Diana Delmonte author of "Seven Vocal Vitamins" who talks about speaking and singing.
  • January 28, 1969
    January 28, 1969
    Episode 102
    1/28/69
    0.0
    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are saxophonist Boots Randolph, comedian London Lee and David English author of "Divided They Stand" who talks about American politics and the effect on England.
  • Week of January 27, 1969
    1/27/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. (Week of 27Jan69-31Jan69); guests are singer Paula Wayne, comedian Flip Wilson and a mystery guest.
  • January 24, 1969
    January 24, 1969
    Episode 100
    1/24/69
    0.0
    Ethel Merman concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jerry Orbach, comic Phil Foster, musical group The Free Design and Robert L. Short author of "The Parables of Peanuts".
  • January 23, 1969
    January 23, 1969
    Episode 99
    1/23/69
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are actor Hugh O'Brian, singer-dancer Dick Jensen, singer-actor Russell Nype and Dr. Janet Travell author of "Office Hours: Day and Night" who talks about smoking and housework fatigue. Also a taped message from Donald O'Connor is included.
  • January 22, 1969
    January 22, 1969
    Episode 98
    1/22/69
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are Irish storyteller Tony Lynch, drummer Buddy Rich and his Band, the singing team of Sandler & Young and prophesier Criswell. Outfits from top American designers representing signs of the zodiac are shown.
  • January 21, 1969
    January 21, 1969
    Episode 97
    1/21/69
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Laine, comedian Irwin C. Watson, news correspondent Robert Trout, composers Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bresler and actor-singer-dancer Scott Jacoby who talks about the National Kidney Foundation and artificial kidney machines.
  • Week of January 20, 1969
    1/20/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Ethel Merman (Week of 20Jan69-24Jan69); guests are actor Van Johnson, comedian Marty Allen, composer-lyricist Earl Wilson Jr. and author Murray Teigh Bloom of "The Trouble With Lawyers".
  • January 17, 1969
    January 17, 1969
    Episode 95
    1/17/69
    8.9
    Gwen Verdon concludes her co-hosting duties, guests are Hawaii Five-O star actor Jack Lord, writer Paddy Chayefsky, Jazz musician Lionel Hampton, composer Cy Coleman and Chef Louis Lob talks about tempting Hawaiian Island luau dishes.
  • January 16, 1969
    January 16, 1969
    Episode 94
    1/16/69
    0.0
    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are singer Vaughn Monroe, actress Agnes Moorehead, The Magid Triplets (dancers-singers-musicians) and actor Michael Enserro who talks about the work of the Bedside Network, a group that works via closed circuit radio to provide recreational therapy to V.A. hospitals.
  • January 15, 1969
    January 15, 1969
    Episode 93
    1/15/69
    0.0
    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are actor Cliff Robertson, singer Josh White Jr., comic actor Sandy Baron, comedian London Lee and Mike's musical director Joe Harnell.
  • January 14, 1969
    January 14, 1969
    Episode 92
    1/14/69
    0.0
    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are actor James Earl Jones, singer Connie Francis, singer-actor Ron Husmann and Glenn Doman author of "How to Teach Your Baby to Read". A fashion show of styles made from suede and leather is presented.
  • Week of January 13, 1969
    1/13/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-dancer Gwen Verdon (Week of 13Jan69-17Jan69); guests are actor Robert Brown, humorist Sam Levenson, tenor Phillip Cho, The Irish Rovers and Jan Francis who discusses the evolution in men's wear since the time of the Egyptians.
  • January 10, 1969
    January 10, 1969
    Episode 90
    1/10/69
    0.0
    Cyril Ritchard concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor-singer Russ Thacker, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Opera star Jean Fenn and Peter Maas author of "The Valachi Papers" who talks about the Mafia.
  • January 9, 1969
    January 9, 1969
    Episode 89
    1/9/69
    0.0
    Cyril Ritchard co-hosts; guests are actress Peggy Wood, ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson with his pals Danny O'Day and Farfel, The Tijuana Brass and columnist Erma Bombeck.
  • January 8, 1969
    January 8, 1969
    Episode 88
    1/8/69
    0.0
    Cyril Ritchard co-hosts; guests are singer Gilbert Price, comic Norm Crosby, British music hall comedy star Tessie O'Shea and psychologist Dr. George Crane who discusses the feeling of loneliness.
  • January 7, 1969
    January 7, 1969
    Episode 87
    1/7/69
    0.0
    Cyril Ritchard co-hosts; guests are comic Phil Foster, singer Enzo Stuarti, singer Jeannie Britian, Edwardian photographer John Dorne and Dr. Froelich Rainey director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum who talks about archaeological discoveries in Southern Italy.
  • Week of January 6, 1969
    1/6/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Cyril Ritchard (Week of 06Jan69-10Jan69); guests are actor Don Murray, Classics IV, singer Marilyn Maye, Frederic Morton author of "Snow Gods" discusses the jet set lifestyle and John Polster author of "Pyromaniacs Cookbook" offers some tips on how wine can help in cooking creatively with flames.moreless
  • January 3, 1969
    January 3, 1969
    Episode 85
    1/3/69
    0.0
    David Susskind concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Marilyn Maye, Marilyn's daughter Kristie Tucker, Country singer Jimmy Dean and reformed drug addict Florence Fisher who talks about her climb back into the world of reality.
  • January 2, 1969
    January 2, 1969
    Episode 84
    1/2/69
    0.0
    David Susskind co-hosts; guests are David's wife Joyce, Opera singer Roberta Peters, singer James Brown and the comedy team of Patchett and Tarses.
  • January 1, 1969
    January 1, 1969
    Episode 83
    1/1/69
    0.0
    David Susskind co-hosts; guests are Jazz pianist Duke Ellington, film critic Judith Crist, comic Rip Taylor and the President of the Motion Picture Association of America, Jack Valenti who talks about the new rating system for films.
  • December 31, 1968
    December 31, 1968
    Episode 82
    12/31/68
    0.0
    David Susskind co-hosts; guests are TV personality George Jessel, actor John Cassavetes, singer Julie DeJohn and The Rhodes Brothers.
  • Week of December 30, 1968
    12/30/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV producer David Susskind (Week of 30Dec68-03Jan69); guests are singer Sue Raney, comedian London Lee, writer Danny Apolinar, photographer John Dorne and author William Fackler discussing "Learning to Live Without Cigarettes".
  • December 27, 1968
    December 27, 1968
    Episode 80
    12/27/68
    0.0
    Jerry Vale concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Paul Anka, TV producer Sheldon Leonard, Arlen Specter Philadelphia District Attorney who talks about needed prison reforms and a mystery guest.
  • December 26, 1968
    December 26, 1968
    Episode 79
    12/26/68
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are singer Julie Budd, comedian Corbett Monica, caricaturist Charles Duffy, the Ramsey Lewis Trio and Art Buchwald author of "Have I Ever Lied to You" who talks about politics.
  • December 25, 1968
    December 25, 1968
    Episode 78
    12/25/68
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are Country-Western comic Grandpa Jones, singer Jimmy Dean, The Fuller Brothers and Mrs. Richard (Betty) J. Hughes, First Lady of New Jersey talks about the armed forces "R and R" program.
  • December 24, 1968
    December 24, 1968
    Episode 77
    12/24/68
    0.0
    Jerry Vale co-hosts; guests are comedienne Totie Fields, singer Marilyn Maye, the singing team of Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt and Dr. Joseph Friedman.
  • Week of December 23, 1968
    12/23/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jerry Vale (Week of 23Dec68-27Dec68); guests are singer Aliza Kashi, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge, Baseball player Joe Pepitone and Frank and Enrico Velleggia Baltimore restaurant owners of "Velleggia".
  • December 20, 1968
    December 20, 1968
    Episode 75
    12/20/68
    0.0
    Jan Peerce concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Opera star Roberta Peters, baritone Frank Guarrera, Mezzo-soprano Shirley Love, accompanist David Benedict, Jerry Blavat host of a TV rock 'n roll show and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. Highlights: Songs performed are "Rigoletto", Selections - Giuseppe Verdi, "Carousel" and "You'll Never Walk Alone" Richard Rodgers.moreless
  • December 19, 1968
    December 19, 1968
    Episode 74
    12/19/68
    0.0
    Jan Peerce co-hosts; guests are director Otto Preminger, singer Julie DeJohn, comic Larry Wilde, Professor of Voice and Opera Phillip Cho and mystery guests.
  • December 18, 1968
    December 18, 1968
    Episode 73
    12/18/68
    0.0
    Jan Peerce co-hosts; guests are musical comedy star Tammy Grimes, producer David Susskind, Jazz musician Duke Ellington, saxophonist Eddie Harris, actor David Benedict and burlesque queen Ann Corio.
  • December 17, 1968
    December 17, 1968
    Episode 72
    12/17/68
    0.0
    Jan Peerce co-hosts; guests are the comedy team of Pepper Davis and Tony Reese, singer Dana Valery, political cartoonist Herb Block, Flamenco dancers Jose Greco and Nina Lorca and Robert Anderson projects editor of Family Circle magazine who talks about homemade doll houses.
  • Week of December 16, 1968
    12/16/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is tenor Jan Peerce (Week of 16Dec68-20Dec68); guests are singer Connie Francis, Football star Joe Namath, guitarist Chet Atkins, singer-actor Jerry Reed and exercise expert Debbie Drake.
  • December 13, 1968
    December 13, 1968
    Episode 70
    12/13/68
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are pianist Duke Ellington, comedian Rip Taylor, singer Linda Bennett, Phyllis' husband Warde Donovan and Frank Mankiewicz former Press Secretary to Robert Kennedy.
  • December 4, 1969
    December 4, 1969
    Episode 69
    12/4/69
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    Virginia Graham co-hosts, guests are singer Julie DeJohn, Alejandro Rey (of The Flying Nun tv series), fashion designer Richard Blackwell (who answers questions from the audience and talks about the "maxi" look) and Wig expert Larry Mathews who demonstrates wigs, goatees and moustaches for the Holiday season.
  • December 12, 1968
    December 12, 1968
    Episode 69
    12/12/68
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    Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are singer Bobby Vinton, organist Stan Kann, musical group The Free Design and George Plimpton author of "The Bogey Man" talks about his pro golf book. Phyllis Diller models fashions.
  • December 11, 1968
    December 11, 1968
    Episode 68
    12/11/68
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are singer Frankie Laine, singer-actress Anna-Maria Alberghetti, songwriter Eve Nelson and Captain Schreiber's Chimps.
  • December 10, 1968
    December 10, 1968
    Episode 67
    12/10/68
    0.0
    Phyllis Diller co-hosts; guests are Phyllis' husband Warde Donovan, comic Irwin C. Watson, musical group The Vogues and Sam Sinclair Baker author of "The Permissable Lie".
  • Week of December 9, 1968
    12/9/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Phyllis Diller (Week of 09Dec68-13Dec68); guests are singer Billy Eckstine, rock group The Hello People, writer Alan Abel discussing UFO's and a wig demonstration.
  • December 6, 1968
    December 6, 1968
    Episode 65
    12/6/68
    0.0
    Pat Paulsen concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are TV producer-humorist Allan Sherman, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers and the West Point Glee Club.
  • December 5, 1968
    December 5, 1968
    Episode 64
    12/5/68
    0.0
    Pat Paulsen co-hosts; guests are Opera star Anna Moffo, tenor Enzo Stuarti, humorist Grady Nutt, Stewart Udall Secretary of the Interior and finalists competing in the annual Philadelphia pizza eating contest.
  • December 4, 1968
    December 4, 1968
    Episode 63
    12/4/68
    0.0
    Pat Paulsen co-hosts; guests are singing group Spanky and Our Gang, comic Jonathan Moore, Mike's music director Joe Harnell and Gert Behanna author of "The Late Liz" under her pen name Elizabeth Burns.
  • December 3, 1968
    December 3, 1968
    Episode 62
    12/3/68
    0.0
    Pat Paulsen co-hosts; guests are Gladys Knight and the Pips, musical comedy star Shirley Jones, singer-songwriter John Hartford and toy manufacturer Marvin Glass who talks about toy guns. Highlights: John Hartford performs "Natural Be Gone", "Six O'Clock", "Washing Machine" and "Gentle on My Mind".
  • Week of December 2, 1968
    12/2/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Pat Paulsen (Week of 02Dec68-06Dec68); guests are NBC news commentator and author of "The Generous Years" Chet Huntley, with surprise mystery guest news anchor Walter Cronkite, singer-actress E.J. Peaker and The Four Freshmen.
  • November 29, 1968
    November 29, 1968
    Episode 60
    11/29/68
    0.0
    Garry Moore concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Senator Edmund Muskie, clarientist Woody Herman and His Band, singers Mel Torme and Ethel Ennis, actor-comic Jack Gilford and the Naval Academy Glee Club. Highlights: The Woody Herman Band performs "MacArthur Park".
  • November 28, 1968
    November 28, 1968
    Episode 59
    11/28/68
    0.0
    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are comedienne-singer Kaye Stevens, singer Bobby Goldsboro, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, columnist Ann Landers talks about her book "Truth is Strange" and the Gallaudet Dancers who are deaf.
  • November 27, 1968
    November 27, 1968
    Episode 58
    11/27/68
    0.0
    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are actor Darren McGavin, The Checkmates, comic actor Billy Van, TV personality Bud Collyer, the Five Youngs acrobatic team and the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes alumni. Highlights: The Rockettes alumni step out to "If My Friends Could See Me Now".
  • November 26, 1968
    November 26, 1968
    Episode 57
    11/26/68
    0.0
    Garry Moore co-hosts; guests are barbershop quartet The Oriole Four, comedian George Kirby, singer Sue Raney, The Lettermen and the First Lady of New Jersey Mrs. Richard (Betty) J. Hughes and jousters from the Maryland jousting association who display their skill at lancing.
  • Week of November 25, 1968
    11/25/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is TV personality and host Garry Moore (Week of 25Nov68-29Nov68); guests are The Brothers Four, comic Norm Crosby, columnist Jim Bishop, the former Mayor of Baltimore Thomas A. D'Alesandro, The Fort McHenry Color Guard and a trampoline act.
  • November 22, 1968
    November 22, 1968
    Episode 55
    11/22/68
    0.0
    Cliff Robertson concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Ann-Margret and her husband Roger Smith, singer B.J. Thomas, singer-instrumentalists The Rhodes Brothers, stunt aviator Frank Tallman and Judith Keith author of "I Haven't a Thing to Wear" shows how to "go creative" with scarves, hats and chains.
  • November 21, 1968
    November 21, 1968
    Episode 54
    11/21/68
    0.0
    Cliff Robertson co-hosts; guests are Enzo Stuarti, actor Theodore Bikel, singer Marilyn Maye, comic Jimmy Joyce, hairdresser James O'Dwyer who shows wigs and Paul Edwards and Robert Robards of UNICEF make a plea for help to Biafran children caught in the turmoil of war.
  • November 20, 1968
    November 20, 1968
    Episode 53
    11/20/68
    0.0
    Cliff Robertson co-hosts; guests are Johnny Puleo and His Harmonica Gang, the Kane Triplets, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge and George Barney Ross former crewman of the famous PT 109 who talks about JFK.
  • November 19, 1968
    November 19, 1968
    Episode 52
    11/19/68
    0.0
    Cliff Robertson co-hosts; guests are actress Anne Baxter, singer D'Aldo Romano, comic Jerry Lester, 1910 Fruit Gum Company musical group and Sandra Caldwell blue ribbon winner equestrian talks about the basics in horse buying. Anne Baxter discusses the fashion look in Hollywood and group therapy.
  • Week of November 18, 1968
    11/18/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Cliff Robertson (Week of 18Nov68-22Nov68); guests are comedian Soupy Sales, singer Jeannie Brittan, Tommy Makem and The Clancy Brothers and film critic Judith Crist.
  • November 15, 1968
    November 15, 1968
    Episode 50
    11/15/68
    0.0
    The Lettermen conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are singer Sue Raney, Ragtime pianist Big Tiny Little and Olympic gold medal winner Dick Fosbury.
  • November 14, 1968
    November 14, 1968
    Episode 49
    11/14/68
    0.0
    The Lettermen co-host; guests are singer-actress Connie Stevens, singer Bobby Rydell, comic Grady Nutt, radio personality Don McNeil, xylophone player Jack Simpson, the Bavarian Dancers and fashions for children.
  • November 13, 1968
    November 13, 1968
    Episode 48
    11/13/68
    0.0
    The Lettermen co-host; guests are actor Hugh O'Brian, violinist Florian Zabach, producer Robert Wise, the comedy team of Patchett and Tarses and The Korean Children's Choir. Wise talks about his current film Star and the featured actress of the movie Julie Andrews.
  • November 12, 1968
    November 12, 1968
    Episode 47
    11/12/68
    0.0
    The Lettermen co-host; guests are comic Scoey Mitchell, Dukes of Dixieland, musical comedy star Rita Gardner and consumer advocate Ralph Nader who talks about meat purchasing, product packaging, artificial sweeteners and household bleaches for the consumer.
  • Week of November 11, 1968
    11/11/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts this week are The Lettermen (Week of 11Nov68-15Nov68); guests are tenor Richard Tucker, actress Maureen Stapleton, author Dr. Erich Fromm and a mystery guest.
  • November 8, 1968
    November 8, 1968
    Episode 45
    11/8/68
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    Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy conclude their co-hosting duties; guests are songwriter Bobby Allen, singer Aliza Kashi, The Sandpipers, the comedy team of Skiles and Henderson and Bob Teague author of "Letters to a Black Boy" who talks about his experiences as a black man.
  • November 7, 1968
    November 7, 1968
    Episode 44
    11/7/68
    0.0
    Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy co-host; guests are singer Mel Torme, singer-actress Sally Ann Howes, the comedy team of Fiore and Eldridge (husband and wife team) and critic-columnist Rex Reed author of "Do You Sleep in the Nude?" talks about Hollywood stars, Tiny Tim and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
  • November 6, 1968
    November 6, 1968
    Episode 43
    11/6/68
    0.0
    Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy co-host; guests are comedienne Selma Diamond, singer Gordon MacRae, songstress Julie Budd, composer Jule Styne and Robert Kent author of "How to Get Rich in Real Estate" who talks about home purchasing.
  • November 5, 1968
    November 5, 1968
    Episode 42
    11/5/68
    0.0
    Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy co-host; guests are dance experts Arthur and Kathryn Murray, The Lettermen, singer Lesley Gore, physical fitness expert Rita Chazan and Robert MacNeil author of "The People Machine" who talks about TV's influence on American politics.
  • Week of November 4, 1968
    11/4/68
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    Mike's co-host this week are the husband and wife singing team of Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy (Week of 04Nov68-08Nov68); guests are Jazz singer Joe Williams, the comedy team of Hendra and Ullett and author James Kavanaugh.
  • November 1, 1968
    November 1, 1968
    Episode 40
    11/1/68
    0.0
    Mel Torme concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actor Dustin Hoffman, musical comedy star Chita Rivera, comic London Lee and Pete Fountain with his Dixieland Band. Highlights: Songs include "Misty", "Always", "Blue World", "Here's To You, Mrs. Robinson", "Tin Roof", "Skater's Waltz", "Fly Me to the Moon" and "I Get a Kick Out of You".moreless
  • October 31, 1968
    October 31, 1968
    Episode 39
    10/31/68
    0.0
    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are the musical comedy team of Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, actor Daniel Massey, comics Skiles & Henderson, singer Tayla Ferro and Robert Serling author of "The President's Plan is Missing" talks about air traffic.
  • October 30, 1968
    October 30, 1968
    Episode 38
    10/30/68
    0.0
    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are actress Phyllis Newman, comedian Joey Villa, singer-dancers Hines, Hines and Dad, Mentalist (Marc) Reymont and Chuck Eisenmann and his dog act.
  • October 29, 1968
    October 29, 1968
    Episode 37
    10/29/68
    0.0
    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are producer David Susskind, actress Cheryl Miller of TV's Daktari and instrumentalists The Tijuana Brass.
  • Week of October 28, 1968
    10/28/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host thie week is singer Mel Torme (Week of 28Oct68-01Nov68); guests are TV personality Ted Mack of the Amateur Hour, comedienne Totie Fields, singing group Checkmates Ltd. and Father Joseph O'Donoghue.
  • October 25, 1968
    October 25, 1968
    Episode 35
    10/25/68
    0.0
    Bobbie Gentry concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor-singer Don Francks, trumpet player Jonah Jones, singers-instrumentalists The InnKeepers and Daniel Logan author of "The Reluctant Prophet" who talks about being a clairvoyant.
  • October 24, 1968
    October 24, 1968
    Episode 34
    10/24/68
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    Bobbie Gentry co-hosts; guests are The Righteous Brothers, actor Mike Connors, organist Virgil Fox, columnist-critic Rex Reed author of "Do You Sleep in the Nude?" and Bridal fashions are modeled.
  • October 23, 1968
    October 23, 1968
    Episode 33
    10/23/68
    0.0
    Bobbie Gentry co-hosts; guests are Buddy Rich and his band, comedienne Mary Betten and Senator Edward W. Brooke. Highlights: Mike Douglas sings "Are You from Dixie Bobbie Gentry sings "It's So Peaceful Here". Mike & Bobbie sing "Side By Side". Buddy Rich and his band play "Mercy, Mercy" and "Ode to Billie Joe". Massachusetts Senator Edward W. Brooke talks on a variety of topics, including Richard Nixon and the audience asks Brooke questions.moreless
  • October 22, 1968
    October 22, 1968
    Episode 32
    10/22/68
    0.0
    Bobbie Gentry co-hosts; guests are The Lettermen, comedian Grady Nutt and Sam Sinclair Baker author of "The Permissable Lie".
  • Week of October 21, 1968
    10/21/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer Bobbie Gentry (Week of 21Oct68-25Oct68); guests are singer Engelbert Humperdinck, comedian Pat Cooper, The Irish Rovers, The Muppets, music director Joe Harnell and Jerry Kramer of the Green Bay Packers.
  • October 18, 1968
    October 18, 1968
    Episode 30
    10/18/68
    0.0
    Roberta Peters concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Governor of Pennsylvania Raymond P. Shafer, the singing team of Sam and Dave, TV personality George Jessel and Adele Sardi who shows unusual ways to serve ham, melon, creamed chicken and lasagne.
  • October 17, 1968
    October 17, 1968
    Episode 29
    10/17/68
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are singer John Raitt, the singing team of Chris and Peter Allen and Barry Gray host of a late night radio talk show.
  • October 16, 1968
    October 16, 1968
    Episode 28
    10/16/68
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are actor John Saxon, impressionist Rich Little, singer Vaughn Monroe, the Baja Marimba Band and Fred Warsholsky, science writer who stresses the things we must do to prevent our own destruction of the world.
  • October 15, 1968
    October 15, 1968
    Episode 27
    10/15/68
    0.0
    Roberta Peters co-hosts; guests are Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, comic Jerry Shane and a filmed interview with Jackie Gleason. Highlights: Roberta sings "The Laughing Song" and "Getting to Know You".
  • Week of October 14, 1968
    10/14/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Opera singer Roberta Peters (Week of 14Oct68-18Oct68); guests are actors Alan Arkin and Theodore Bikel, 17-year-old soprano Teresa Burrell, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, the singing duo of Katyna Ranieri and Riz Orthalani and hairdresser Jian Angelo.
  • October 11, 1968
    October 11, 1968
    Episode 25
    10/11/68
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    Trini Lopez concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson and Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey who discuss Vietnam, grandchildren and friendship as well as a wife's role in campaigning, Opera tenor Jan Peerce and Ted Strauss, President of Lopez's chain of taco restaurants.
  • October 10, 1968
    October 10, 1968
    Episode 24
    10/10/68
    0.0
    Trini Lopez co-hosts; guests are Trini's brother Jesse Lopez, actor Peter Graves of TV's Mission Impossible, singer Lynn Kellogg and radio personality William B. Williams.
  • October 9, 1968
    October 9, 1968
    Episode 23
    10/9/68
    0.0
    Trini Lopez co-hosts; guests are singer Astrud Gilberto, actress Joanna Shimkus, columnist Earl Wilson and alligator wrestler Kay Reid.
  • October 8, 1968
    October 8, 1968
    Episode 22
    10/8/68
    0.0
    Trini Lopez co-hosts; guests are actress Julie Newmar, Little Anthony and the Imperials, trombonist Urbie Green and Hunter Davies author of "The Beatles", who talks about the four lads from Liverpool and a log hewing demonstration is given.
  • Week of October 7, 1968
    10/7/68
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Trini Lopez (Week of 07Oct68-11Oct68); guests are singer Marilyn Maye, comedian London Lee, British cartoonist Rowland Emett and author Adela Rogers St. John.
  • October 4, 1968
    October 4, 1968
    Episode 20
    10/4/68
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    Durward Kirby concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress Gloria DeHaven, actor Alejandro Rey of TV's The Flying Nun, comedian Henny Youngman, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, TV panel show emcee Allen Ludden and Reverend Frederic Wood Jr. author of "Sex and the New Morality".
  • October 3, 1968
    October 3, 1968
    Episode 19
    10/3/68
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    Durward Kirby co-hosts; guests are singer Leslie Uggams, actor Cliff Robertson, singer-instrumentalist the Brothers Le Garde, Stephen Huffaker author of "I Hate to Exercies" and Harold Glassen, President of the National Rifle Association.
  • October 2, 1968
    October 2, 1968
    Episode 18
    10/2/68
    0.0
    Durward Kirby co-hosts; guests are songstress Denise Lor, singer Frank Sinatra Jr., Rock group The Turtles, comic Joey Villa, writer Gay Gear Luce of "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep" who talks about dreams and Judith Keith author of "I Haven't a Thing to Wear" shows how to create fantastic wardrobe with baubles and beads.moreless
  • October 1, 1968
    October 1, 1968
    Episode 17
    10/1/68
    0.0
    Durward Kirby co-hosts; guests are singer Felicia Saunders, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka, comic Jack DeLeon and Alice Wayne author of "Love Anyone?"
  • Week of September 30, 1968
    9/30/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is announcer-comic-singer Durward Kirby (Week of 30Sep68-04Oct68); guests are comic Soupy Sales, singer Margaret Whiting, duo pianists Ferrante & Teicher and zoologist Ivan Sanderson.
  • September 27, 1968
    September 27, 1968
    Episode 15
    9/27/68
    0.0
    Gypsy Rose Lee concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Richard Deacon, musical comedy star Tammy Grimes and Mrs. Richard (Betty) Hughes, First Lady of New Jersey who talks about her 84 pound weight loss and entertaining the Humphreys.
  • September 26, 1968
    September 26, 1968
    Episode 14
    9/26/68
    0.0
    Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts; guests are actor Jonathan Harris, singer Bobby Vinton, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, Gypsy's ex-husband painter Julio de Diego, newspaper columnist-reporter Jack Anderson, political columnist Drew Pearson author of "The Case Against Congress" and Laura Labby an expert in batiking.
  • September 25, 1968
    September 25, 1968
    Episode 13
    9/25/68
    0.0
    Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts; guests are singer Al Martino, comedian Marty Ingels, bird expert Lou Gaeta, singers-instrumentalists The Tijuana Brats and Chuck Eisenmann and his dog act.
  • September 24, 1968
    September 24, 1968
    Episode 12
    9/24/68
    0.0
    Gypsy Rose Lee co-hosts; guests are legendary actress Joan Crawford with her daughters Cathy and Christina, saxophonist Boots Randolph and singer Don Cornell.
  • Week of September 23, 1968
    9/23/68
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    Mike's co-host this week is Burlesque star Gypsy Rose Lee (Week of 23Sep68-27Sep68); guests are singer Lainie Kazan, comedian Marty Ingels, comic-actor Sandy Baron, Frank Hubbell & the Stompers and Dr. Irwin Stillman author of "The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet".
  • September 20, 1968
    September 20, 1968
    Episode 10
    9/20/68
    0.0
    Soupy Sales concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic Scoey Mitchell, singer Kaye Hart, the singing team of Sandler and Young, former Mike Douglas Show musical director Ellie Frankel, Paul Young founder of Paraphenalia Inc. and Lewis Yablonsky author of "The Hippie Trip".
  • September 19, 1968
    September 19, 1968
    Episode 9
    9/19/68
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are duo pianists Ferrante and Teicher, singer Jane Morgan, Martin Milner of TV's Adam-12 and Jean Kinney author of "Start With An Empty Nest" who talks about women in the 44-55 age bracket.
  • September 18, 1968
    September 18, 1968
    Episode 8
    9/18/68
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are singer Kaye Stevens, The Four Freshmen, comedian Pat Cooper and Dr. Leon Whitney veterninarian and the author of "Training You to Train Your Cat".
  • September 17, 1968
    September 17, 1968
    Episode 7
    9/17/68
    0.0
    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are Gladys Knight and the Pips, singer-comic Steve Rossi, Vance Packard author of "The Sexual Wilderness" talks about research he did for his book and a fashion show.
  • Week of September 16, 1968
    9/16/68
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Soupy Sales (Week of 16Sep68-20Sep68); guests are singer Pearl Bailey, columnist Rene Carpenter, singer-instrumentalists Jackie Cain and Roy Kral and cosmetics expert Ana Maria Alba.
  • September 13, 1968
    September 13, 1968
    Episode 5
    9/13/68
    0.0
    Gordon MacRae concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Gordon's wife Elizabeth, actor Vincent Price, singer Bobby Goldsboro, Bob Keeshan host of Captain Kangaroo children's TV show, the singing team of Tony and Joan Costa and Mary Jane Odelle, field editor from "Better Homes and Gardens" talks about cooking.
  • September 12, 1968
    September 12, 1968
    Episode 4
    9/12/68
    0.0
    Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are comedienne Martha Raye, Flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya, singer Grace Markay, avant-garde jeweler Arthur King who displays a $15,000 black diamond and Commander Msgr. John J. O'Connor author of "A Chaplain Looks at Vietnam".
  • September 11, 1968
    September 11, 1968
    Episode 3
    9/11/68
    0.0
    Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, comic Candy Candido, mentalist Reymont and magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown who talks about mini-skirts, working wives, loss of teminity by working women and adopting children.
  • September 10, 1968
    September 10, 1968
    Episode 2
    9/10/68
    0.0
    Gordon MacRae co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Lawford, Jazz pianist Erroll Garner, comic Joey Villa and Helen Giammattei author of "To Help Your Family Make a Better Movie".
  • Week of September 9, 1968
    9/9/68
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Gordon MacRae (Week of 09Sep68-13Sep1968); guests are singer Nancy Wilson, comedian Dick Shawn, Bossa Nova composer Joao Gilberto and author Ferdinand Lundberg.
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