The Mike Douglas Show - Season 9

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Episode Guide

  • September 4, 1970
    September 4, 1970
    Episode 250
    9/4/70
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    Kaye Stevens concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are actor Jack Palance, comic Marty Brill, aquanaut Margaret Lucas, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Chef Phillip Pena.
  • September 3, 1970
    September 3, 1970
    Episode 249
    9/3/70
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    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are vibraphone player Lionel Hampton, singer Trini Lopez, singer Judy Bryte and the comedy team of Edmonds and Curley.
  • September 2, 1970
    September 2, 1970
    Episode 248
    9/2/70
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    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are pro tennis player Charles Pasareli, folksinger Tom Paxton, comic Pat Cooper and outdoorsman Jim Dougherty.
  • September 1, 1970
    September 1, 1970
    Episode 247
    9/1/70
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    Kaye Stevens co-hosts; guests are singer Robert Goulet, former boxer Rocky Graziano and dress designer Leo Narducci.
  • Week of August 31, 1970
    8/31/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Kaye Stevens. Guests are singer-actress Shirley Jones, comic Professor Irwin Corey, Broadway actor Kenneth Nelson and Georgia Sambazlo who brings waiters from her Greek restaurant to put on a demonstration of Greek dancing. Highlights: Kaye discusses "Operation Love" and the work she is doing with juvenile delinquents.moreless
  • August 28, 1970
    August 28, 1970
    Episode 245
    8/28/70
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    Mel Torme concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are drummer Buddy Rich, singer Linda Bennett and Commander Lloyd Bucher (author of "Bucher: My Story") skipper of the "Pueblo". Highlights: Songs are "Up a Lazy River", "Start All Over Again" and "Didn't We". A Korean karate demonstration is given.
  • August 27, 1970
    August 27, 1970
    Episode 244
    8/27/70
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    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are actor Mickey Rooney, comedian Dick Shawn, film critic Judith Crist and the 1970 Dog Hero of the Year, Grizzly Bear and owner Mrs. David Gratlas.
  • August 26, 1970
    August 26, 1970
    Episode 243
    8/26/70
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    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are bandleader Artie Shaw, actor Richard Deacon, comedienne Minnie Pearl and consumer crusader Ralph Nader.
  • August 25, 1970
    August 25, 1970
    Episode 242
    8/25/70
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    Mel Torme co-hosts; guests are comedienne Imogene Coca, musical group The Cowsills, comic Lenny Schultz and Philadelphia Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo, who talks about the increase in crime and the community's responsibility. Highlights: The Cowsills perform "When I'm 64" and "Silver Thread and Golden Needles".
  • Week of August 24, 1970
    8/24/70
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    Mel Torme is Mike's co-host this week. Guests are actor George Hamilton, New York Times food editor Craig Claiborne, singer Paula Wayne and singer-dancer Bobby Van.
  • July 31, 1970
    July 31, 1970
    Episode 240
    7/31/70
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    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests include actor Peter Lawford, Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and Sergeant David Durk, campus recruiter for NYPD. Mike asked Bobby to name his five most admired people, living or dead: Robert Kennedy, Mahatma Gandhi, Michelangelo, Emiliano Zapata and Thomas Payne. Highlights: Bobby sings, "Splish Splash". Bobby, Mike and Mahalia sing, "Put A Little Love In Your Heart".moreless
  • July 30, 1970
    July 30, 1970
    Episode 239
    7/30/70
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    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests include Wilson Pickett, Rex Reed, and WAC Director, General Elizabeth P. Hoisington. Highlights: Bobby sings, "Everybody's Talkin'" (from Midnight Cowboy). Bobby & Mike duet on medley, "You're Smiling Now" & "Bill Bailey".
  • July 29, 1970
    July 29, 1970
    Episode 238
    7/29/70
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    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests include Little Richard, Willie Tyler & Lester and Jane Trahey, Ad-woman of the year. Highlights: Bobby sings, "City Life" & "Mack the Knife". Bobby and Little Richard (both on piano) sing, "Got My Mojo Working".
  • July 28, 1970
    July 28, 1970
    Episode 237
    7/28/70
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    Bobby Darin co-hosts; guests are Pat Cooper, Aliza Kashi, Iron Jaw Samson and Movie Censors, Mrs. Marjorie Shriver and Mrs. Mary Avara. Mike asked Bobby about making his movie The Vendors which he wrote, directed and scored. Highlights: Bobby sings, "Long Line Rider" & "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
  • Week of July 27, 1970
    Week of July 27, 1970
    Episode 236
    7/27/70
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    Bobby Darin is Mike's co-host this week; guests include columnist Rona Barrett, Eloise Law and The Ace Trucking Company. Highlights: Bobby sings, "If I Were a Carpenter" & "When I Die".
  • July 24, 1970
    July 24, 1970
    Episode 235
    7/24/70
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    Roger Williams concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are Jazz pianist Teddy Wilson, singer Gerri Granger and Robert L. Green, fashion director of Playboy magazine.
  • July 23, 1970
    July 23, 1970
    Episode 234
    7/23/70
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    Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are actor Michael Dunn, singer Dana Valery, Mike's musical director Joe Harnell and Maxwell Maltz author of "Creative Living for Today". Highlights: Dana sings "Everybody's Talking" and "I've Never Been This Close to Love".
  • July 22, 1970
    July 22, 1970
    Episode 233
    7/22/70
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    Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are singer Abbe Lane, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin, Amy Vanderbilt, columnist and etiquette book author and Tom Decker inventor of a computerized piano teacher.
  • July 21, 1970
    July 21, 1970
    Episode 232
    7/21/70
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    Roger Williams co-hosts; guests are The Primo Family musical group, professional page turner Louis Yelnick, former boxing champ Jack Dempsey the Manassa Mauler and 17-year-old inventor Craig Rudlin who shows the heart-lung machine he has developed.
  • Week of July 20, 1970
    Week of July 20, 1970
    Episode 231
    7/20/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer-pianist Roger Williams (Week of 20Jul70-24Jul70); guests are drummer Buddy Rich, singer Margaret Whiting and the Federal Communications Commissioner Nicholas Johnson discusses his book "How to Talk Back to Your Television Set".
  • July 17, 1970
    July 17, 1970
    Episode 230
    7/17/70
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    Connie Stevens concludes her co-hosting duties for the week; guests include singer Sergio Franchi, Flamenco dancers Jose Greco & Nana Lorca and a heart specialist.
  • July 16, 1970
    July 16, 1970
    Episode 229
    7/16/70
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    Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests are singer Anita Bryant, impressionist David Frye, actor and Connie's half brother John Megna and golf pro Jackie Pung.
  • July 15, 1970
    July 15, 1970
    Episode 228
    7/15/70
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    Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests include actress Joan Bennett, singer Bobby Goldsboro, Opera star Beverly Sills and Father Ellwood Kieser of TV's Insight series.
  • July 14, 1970
    July 14, 1970
    Episode 227
    7/14/70
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    Connie Stevens co-hosts; guests include Troy Donahue, comedian Charlie Manna, singer Carla Thomas, syndicated columnist Erma Bombeck and Glass blower Keith Price who demonstrates Glass blowing.
  • Week of July 13, 1970
    Week of July 13, 1970
    Episode 226
    7/13/70
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    Connie Stevens is Mike's co-host this week; guests include singer Vic Damone, comedian Soupy Sales and Psychologist George Bach, author of "Intimate Enemy".
  • July 10, 1970
    July 10, 1970
    Episode 225
    7/10/70
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    Jerry Lewis concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer-comedian actor Jim Nabors and ant expert Elmer Bursby. Highlights: Jerry offers impressions of Cary Grant. Jim Nabors sings "Put On a Happy Face". Bursby displays a live colony of harvester ants.
  • July 9, 1970
    July 9, 1970
    Episode 224
    7/9/70
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    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are film critic Pauline Kael, comic Joey Villa and The Ritts Puppets.
  • July 8, 1970
    July 8, 1970
    Episode 223
    7/8/70
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    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Shirley Verrett, Singer Mel Tillis and Magician Vic Perry.
  • July 7, 1970
    July 7, 1970
    Episode 222
    7/7/70
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    Jerry Lewis co-hosts; guests are Jazz singer Sarah Vaughn, entertainer Monti Rock III and Komar who demonstrates the power of mind over body as he walks on swords and a bed of nails.
  • Week of July 6, 1970
    Week of July 6, 1970
    Episode 221
    7/6/70
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    Jerry Lewis is Mike's co-host this week; guests are comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Country-Western singer Hank Thompson, French chanteuse Yvonne Constant and author Julius Fast of "Body Language".
  • July 3, 1970
    July 3, 1970
    Episode 220
    7/3/70
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    Harvey Korman concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comedienne Joan Rivers, actress Andrea Marcovicci and Mr. Wizard Don Herbert.
  • July 2, 1970
    July 2, 1970
    Episode 219
    7/2/70
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    Harvey Korman co-hosts; guests are singer Julie Budd, comedienne Dody Goodman and The Osmond Brothers. Highlights: Mike and co-host Harvey Korman participate with the Osmonds in a game of jump ball.
  • July 1, 1970
    July 1, 1970
    Episode 218
    7/1/70
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    Harvey Korman co-hosts; guests are Art Carney and his son Paul, singer Julie DeJohn, comedy team of Edmonds and Curley and Dr. Harold Streitfield.
  • June 30, 1970
    June 30, 1970
    Episode 217
    6/30/70
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    Harvey Korman co-hosts; guests are actress Tammy Grimes, boxer Rocky Graziano, singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka and author Ralph Pearl.
  • Week of June 29, 1970
    Week of June 29, 1970
    Episode 216
    6/29/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Harvey Korman; guests are Mr. Television Milton Berle, singer Marilyn Maye and singer Lovelace Watkins. Highlights: Mike and Harvey duet with "Where Would You Be Without Me?"
  • June 26, 1970
    June 26, 1970
    Episode 215
    6/26/70
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    Joan Rivers concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are legendary actress Gloria Swanson, actor Richard Deacon, musican Stan Kann and columnist Shirley Eder.
  • June 25, 1970
    June 25, 1970
    Episode 214
    6/25/70
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are actor Richard Harris, feminist author Betty Friedan and anthropologist Dr. Ashley Montagu.
  • June 24, 1970
    June 24, 1970
    Episode 213
    6/24/70
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are professional boxer Sugar Ray Robinson, actress Jane Withers and author and radio personality Maurice C. Dreicer.
  • June 23, 1970
    June 23, 1970
    Episode 212
    6/23/70
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts; guests are comedienne-actress Jane Withers, singer Bobby Vinton, mentalist the Amazing Kreskin and singer Donna Theodore. The Amazing Kreskin discusses the breakthrough in Russia concerning ESP. He then offers some astounding card tricks.
  • Week of July 5, 1971
    Week of July 5, 1971
    Episode 211
    7/5/71
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Rosemary Clooney (Week of 05Jul71-09Jul71); guests are actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr., comedian-actor Pat Buttram, singer John Stewart and comedienne Dody Goodman.
  • Week of June 22, 1970
    Week of June 22, 1970
    Episode 211
    6/22/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedienne Joan Rivers ; guests include the comedy team of Stiller and Meara, director Otto Preminger and singer Joan Baez. There is a discussion of nudity in films and Joan Baez talks about her husband David, who is presently serving time in a federal prison for refusing induction into the armed services.moreless
  • June 19, 1970
    June 19, 1970
    Episode 210
    6/19/70
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    Jane Powell concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Metropolitan Opera star Shirley Verrett, naturalist Roger Caras and comedian Sandy Baron. Jane candidly talks about narcotic addicts and reveals her feelings.
  • June 18, 1970
    June 18, 1970
    Episode 209
    6/18/70
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    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are pianist Skitch Henderson, comedian Marty Brill, Secretary of Commerce Maurice Stans and a midi fashion show.
  • June 17, 1970
    June 17, 1970
    Episode 208
    6/17/70
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    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are comedian Louis Nye, actor-photographer Roddy McDowall, Motion picture photography collector Weldon Carpenter and author Harry Golden. Jane and Mike get in on a bowling demonstration.
  • June 16, 1970
    June 16, 1970
    Episode 207
    6/16/70
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    Jane Powell co-hosts; guests are actress Laraine Day, comic Godfrey Cambridge, singer Browing Bryant and Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass. Highlights: Cambridge talks about losing 170 pounds through hypnotherapy and Miss Powell gives some of her favorite recipes.
  • Week of June 15, 1970
    Week of June 15, 1970
    Episode 206
    6/15/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is actress-singer Jane Powell; guests are singer-actor and former Football star Roosevelt Grier, actress Sylvia Sidney and comic Jackie Vernon.
  • June 12, 1970
    June 12, 1970
    Episode 205
    6/12/70
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    David Steinberg concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Nancy Wilson, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers and New York Mets outfielder Cleon Jones. Highlights: Joe Harnell performs "Didn't We". Other songs are "On a Clear Day", "Willow Weep For Me" and "I Feel a Song Coming On".
  • June 11, 1970
    June 11, 1970
    Episode 204
    6/11/70
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    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are singer Julie DeJohn, singer James Taylor, author Carol Guifford ("The New Cook's Cookbook") and Pierre Salinger, former press secretary to John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.
  • June 10, 1970
    June 10, 1970
    Episode 203
    6/10/70
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    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are actress Phyllis Newman, dog trainer Lew Burke with Buddy, singer Little Richard and former Press Secretary to Lyndon B. Johnson, George Reedy.
  • June 9, 1970
    June 9, 1970
    Episode 202
    6/9/70
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    David Steinberg co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter John Denver, comedienne Dody Goodman, writer Gloria Steinem and The Berger Chimps animal act.
  • Week of June 8, 1970
    Week of June 8, 1970
    Episode 201
    6/8/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is David Steinberg; guests are singer-songwriter Peter Allen, Turkish belly dancer Ozel Turkbas and Bill Graham owner of Fillmore East and West who discusses the change in rock music.
  • June 5, 1970
    June 5, 1970
    Episode 200
    6/5/70
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    Sammy Davis Jr. concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are comic Bob Melvin, actress Judy Carne and Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Mississippi.
  • June 4, 1970
    June 4, 1970
    Episode 199
    6/4/70
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    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer Roberta Flack, singer Billy Paul and Dr. Robert Baird director of Haven Clinic who talks about the dangers of marijuana and the difference between "soft" and "hard" drugs.
  • June 3, 1970
    June 3, 1970
    Episode 198
    6/3/70
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    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer Sarah Vaughan, comic Henny Youngman and The Barbwire Theater, an acting troupe of ex-convicts.
  • June 2, 1970
    June 2, 1970
    Episode 197
    6/2/70
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    Sammy Davis Jr. co-hosts; guests are singer Lou Rawls, comic Pat Cooper, singer-golf pro Don Cherry, author Max Wylie and The Four Aces singing group.
  • Week of June 1, 1970
    Week of June 1, 1970
    Episode 196
    6/1/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is entertainer Sammy Davis Jr.; guests are heavyweight boxing champ Muhammad Ali, comic Charlie Manna and singer Blinky Williams.
  • May 29, 1970
    May 29, 1970
    Episode 195
    5/29/70
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    Louis Armstrong concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are songstress Pearl Bailey, entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., organist Stan Kann and clarenetist Pete Fountain. Highlights: Songs include "Feelin' Groovy", "Blueberry Hill", "Hello, Dolly!", "Spinning Wheel", "When the Saints Go Marching In", "Back Home in Indiana", "Basin Street Blues" and "Jean".
  • May 28, 1970
    May 28, 1970
    Episode 194
    5/28/70
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    Louis Armstrong co-hosts; guests are entertainer Monti Rock III, actress Anna Maria Alberghetti and author Studs Terkel ("The Hard Times"). Highlights: Songs include "I Hear Music", "Zip Ah Dee-Do-Dah", "I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You", "Who Can I Turn To", "I Surrender Dear" and "My Way".
  • June 9, 1971
    June 9, 1971
    Episode 193
    6/9/71
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    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Muhammad Ali, singer Bobby Goldsboro, impressionist Billy Fellows and Senator Fred Harris (D-Okla). Highlights: Bobby Goldsboro sings "And I Love You So".
  • May 27, 1970
    May 27, 1970
    Episode 193
    5/27/70
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    Louis Armstrong co-hosts; guests are The Four Tops, actress Dina Merrill, puppeteer Shari Lewis and musician Artie Shaw.
  • May 26, 1970
    May 26, 1970
    Episode 192
    5/26/70
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    Louis Armstrong co-hosts; guests are columnist Earl Wilson, actor Cesar Romero, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and Louis' wife Lucille Armstrong. Highlights: Louis sings "St. Louis Blues". Kenny Rogers and the First Edition perform "Something's Burning" and "Camptown Races".
  • Week of May 25, 1970
    Week of May 25, 1970
    Episode 191
    5/25/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is legendary Jazz man Louis Armstrong. Guests are comedian Jack E. Leonard, comedienne actress Shirley Booth and folksinger-composer Tom Paxton.
  • May 22, 1970
    May 22, 1970
    Episode 190
    5/22/70
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    Kaye Ballard concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are comedian Larry Storch, actress Maureen Stapleton, radio-TV personality Robert Q. Lewis, Country-Western performer Mel Tillis and Mynah bird trainer Colin Kerr.
  • May 21, 1970
    May 21, 1970
    Episode 189
    5/21/70
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    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are actor Jack Wild, comedienne Dody Goodman, Opera singer Jan Peerce and hair stylist Mr. Kenneth. Highlights: Music performed, "Carousel", "You'll Never Walk Alone".
  • May 20, 1970
    May 20, 1970
    Episode 188
    5/20/70
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    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are actor Dennis Hopper, comic actor Billy DeWolfe, musical group Hull Truth, TV critic Cleveland Amory and Mike's musical director Joe Harnell.
  • May 19, 1970
    May 19, 1970
    Episode 187
    5/19/70
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    Kaye Ballard co-hosts; guests are actor Peter Lawford, anthropologist Dr. Ashley Montagu and author Anthony Greenbank "Mr. Tough".
  • Week of May 18, 1970
    Week of May 18, 1970
    Episode 186
    5/18/70
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    Mike's co-host for the week is actress-comedienne Kaye Ballard; guests are comedienne Peggy Cass, actor Van Johnson, musician B.B. King and race driver Mario Andretti
  • May 15, 1970
    May 15, 1970
    Episode 185
    5/15/70
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    Mickey Rooney concludes his co-hosting duties, guests are singer-comic-actor Nelson Sardelli, pianist Peter Nero, South African folksinger Miriam Makeba, film critic Rex Reed and professional stunt girl Mari-Lou MacDonald.
  • May 14, 1970
    May 14, 1970
    Episode 184
    5/14/70
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    Mickey Rooney co-hosts, guests include actor George Segal, comedic writer Pete Barbutti, singer Gerri Granger, Pulitzer Prize-winning photgrapher Eddie Adams and Strongmen David & Goliath.
  • May 13, 1970
    May 13, 1970
    Episode 183
    5/13/70
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    Mickey Rooney co-hosts with a special show on ecology, guests songwriter-folksinger Tom Paxton, TV personality Arthur Godfrey, Senator Edmund Muskie (D-Maine), Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel and Philadelphia Earth Week chairman Edward Furia Jr. Highlights: Tom Paxton sings "Whose Garden Was This?"
  • May 12, 1970
    May 12, 1970
    Episode 182
    5/12/70
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    Mickey Rooney co-hosts, guests are singer Paul Anka, actress Andrea Marcovicci, composer-conductor Stan Kenton, comic Al Bernie and Dr. Laura Boulton author of "The Music Hunter".
  • Week of May 11, 1970
    Week of May 11, 1970
    Episode 181
    5/11/70
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    Mickey Rooney is Mike's co-host this week; guests include actress Celeste Holm, singer Gary Puckett, comic Al Bernie and Paul Ehrlich author of "Population Bomb".
  • May 8, 1970
    May 8, 1970
    Episode 180
    5/8/70
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    Gwen Verdon concludes her co-hosting duties, guests are actor Tony Randall, comic Rip Taylor, jazz singer Joe Williams and stamp dealer Irwin Weinberg, who talks about the highest price ever paid for a stamp $250,000.
  • May 7, 1970
    May 7, 1970
    Episode 179
    5/7/70
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    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are actor Cesar Romero, soul singer James Brown and the J.B.'s, songstress Vicki Anderson, comic Clay Tyson and Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel.
  • May 6, 1970
    May 6, 1970
    Episode 178
    5/6/70
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    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are TV personality George Jessel, pianist Lorin Hollander, the Paul Ashley Puppets and Diane Kennedy Pike (widow of Bishop James Pike).
  • May 5, 1970
    May 5, 1970
    Episode 177
    5/5/70
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    Gwen Verdon co-hosts; guests are Hines, Hines and Dad, heavyweight boxing champ Joe Frazier and Harriet La Barre author of "Plastic Surgery: Beauty You Can Buy".
  • Week of May 4, 1970
    Week of May 4, 1970
    Episode 176
    5/4/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is Broadway star singer-dancer Gwen Verdon. Guests are comic Bill Dana, film Critic Judith Crist and musical comedy star Melba Moore (appearing in Broadway's "Purlie").
  • May 1, 1970
    May 1, 1970
    Episode 175
    5/1/70
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    Vivian Vance concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comedienne Minnie Pearl, Taos Pueblo Indian Dancers and Robert Warren author of "The Facts of Wife".
  • April 30, 1970
    April 30, 1970
    Episode 174
    4/30/70
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    Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are singer Jimmie Rodgers, comedienne Betty Walker, songwriters Lyn Duddy and Jerry Bresler (of The Jackie Gleason Show) and Professor John F. Banzhaf III, director of Action on Smoking and Health.
  • April 29, 1970
    April 29, 1970
    Episode 173
    4/29/70
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    Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are actor-singer Jimmy Dean, singer Linda Ronstadt, singer Julius LaRosa and Mrs. Hubert Humphrey who talks about mental retardation work and introduces her granddaughter. Highlights: Linda Ronstadt sings "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"
  • April 28, 1970
    April 28, 1970
    Episode 172
    4/28/70
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    Vivian Vance co-hosts; guests are singer Jerry Vale, Laugh-In series regular Teresa Graves, rock 'n roll singer Little Richard and Jane Harriman, an unwed mother who discusses her present situation.
  • Week of April 27, 1970
    4/27/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is Vivian Vance; guests are comedienne Dody Goodman (who does a scene with Vivian from their play "My Daughter, Your Son"), singer Connie Francis, etiquette author Elizabeth Post, pianist Erroll Garner and musical saw muscian Charles Gregory.
  • April 24, 1970
    April 24, 1970
    Episode 170
    4/24/70
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    Jimmie Rodgers concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Buffy Sainte-Marie, bandleader clarinetist Artie Shaw and actor Bill Daily.
  • April 23, 1970
    April 23, 1970
    Episode 169
    4/23/70
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    Jimmie Rodgers co-hosts; guests are singer Joe Tex, comedienne Minnie Pearl and musical comedy star Bernadette Peters.
  • April 22, 1970
    April 22, 1970
    Episode 168
    4/22/70
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    Jimmie Rodgers co-hosts, guests are Opera star Roberta Peters, TV Personality Don McNeil, comedienne Fannie Flagg and former director of the St. Louis zoo, Marlin Perkins.
  • April 21, 1970
    April 21, 1970
    Episode 167
    4/21/70
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    Jimmie Rodgers co-hosts; guests are comedian Soupy Sales, comic Bobby Wick, singer Margaret Whiting, former baseball great Mickey Mantle and Mel Allen former radio voice of the New York Yankees.
  • Week of April 20, 1970
    4/20/70
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer Jimmie Rodgers; guests are comedienne Selma Diamond, singer Dana Valery and mentalist the Amazing Kreskin.
  • April 17, 1970
    April 17, 1970
    Episode 165
    4/17/70
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    Jack Jones concludes his week of co-hosting duties; guests include actress Sheila MacRae, news correspondent David Schoenbrun, ventriloquist Paul Stadelman and musical group The Primo Family.
  • April 16, 1970
    April 16, 1970
    Episode 164
    4/16/70
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    Jack Jones co-hosts; guests include singer-actress Dale Evans, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin, comic Bob King and Allan Jones, father and actor of Jack.
  • April 15, 1970
    April 15, 1970
    Episode 163
    4/15/70
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    Jack Jones co-hosts; guests are New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael, comic Billy Baxter, music hall performer Tessie O'Shea and dog trainer Lina Basquette.
  • April 14, 1970
    April 14, 1970
    Episode 162
    4/14/70
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    Jack Jones co-hosts; guests include actor Victor Buono, comic Irwin C. Watson, singer Joe Frazier, Harvard law student Harold Krentz and singing group The New Direction.
  • Week of April 13, 1970
    4/13/70
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    Jack Jones is this week's co-host.
  • April 10, 1970
    April 10, 1970
    Episode 160
    4/10/70
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    Nancy Wilson concludes her co-hosting duties. Guests are Laugh-In comedian Alan Sues, former Boston Celtics star Bill Russell, singer Bobby Goldsboro and autograph dealer Charles Hamilton who talks about his possession of letters from Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
  • April 9, 1970
    April 9, 1970
    Episode 159
    4/9/70
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    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are comedienne Vivian Vance, actors Richard Deacon and Robert Hooks and music teacher Madeline Carabo-Cone who talks about her method of teaching music to children.
  • April 8, 1970
    April 8, 1970
    Episode 158
    4/8/70
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are actor Alejandro Rey, comedienne Lily Tomlin, singer Johnny Greenwood, critic Cleveland Amory and organist-antique collector Stan Kann. Highlights: Nancy Wilson sings "Words and Music" and "Raindrops Are Falling on My Head".
  • April 7, 1970
    April 7, 1970
    Episode 157
    4/7/70
    0.0
    Nancy Wilson co-hosts; guests are actor Eddie Albert, guitarist Charlie Byrd, Ace Trucking Company, improv group and Whitney Young, director of the National Urban League who discusses the organization's goals and his new book "Beyond Racism".
  • Week of April 6, 1970
    Week of April 6, 1970
    Episode 156
    4/6/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is songstress Nancy Wilson. Guests are comedian Shelley Berman, singer John Raitt, pianist Skitch Henderson and Ambassador Sol M. Linowitz, chairman of the Special Committee on Campus Tensions.
  • April 3, 1970
    April 3, 1970
    Episode 155
    4/3/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean concludes his co-hosting duties, guests aresinger Bobbi Martin and director of public safety in Cleveland (Lt. Gen. Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr.).
  • April 2, 1970
    April 2, 1970
    Episode 154
    4/2/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are Opera singer Anna Moffo, IDLA Swedish dance troupe, Hollywood reporter Rona Barrett and The Imperials singing group.
  • April 1, 1970
    April 1, 1970
    Episode 153
    4/1/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are legendary Baseball star Jackie Robinson, inger Linda Bennett, the comedy team of Edmonds & Curley and author Dr. Laurence J. Peter ("The Peter Principle").
  • March 31, 1970
    March 31, 1970
    Episode 152
    3/31/70
    0.0
    Jimmy Dean co-hosts; guests are singer Julie De John, former TV host Allen Ludden, Country-Western songwriter Mel Tillis and defensive end Carl Eiler of the Minnesota Vikings.
  • Week of March 30, 1970
    3/30/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actor Jimmy Dean; guests are singer Nancy Wilson, Senator Barry Goldwater and ventriloquist Willie Tyler and Lester.
  • March 27, 1970
    March 27, 1970
    Episode 150
    3/27/70
    0.0
    Pete Barbutti concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Richie Havens, Country-Western singer Peggy Little and writer Jack Douglas and his wife Reiko.
  • March 26, 1970
    March 26, 1970
    Episode 149
    3/26/70
    0.0
    Pete Barbutti co-hosts; guests are Broadway musical star Joel Grey, Country-Western singer Peggy Little, Betty Furness (former Special Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs), who talks about warranty slips, package labels and credit buying.
  • March 25, 1970
    March 25, 1970
    Episode 148
    3/25/70
    0.0
    Pete Barbutti co-hosts; guests are Country-Western comic Archie Campbell, the comedy team of Stiller and Meara and comics Irwin C. Watson and Pat Cooper.
  • March 24, 1970
    March 24, 1970
    Episode 147
    3/24/70
    0.0
    Pete Barbutti co-hosts; guests are Jazz musician Louis Armstrong, singer Donna Theodore, soft drink executive, Kevin Wall and black historian Dr. C. Eric Lincoln.
  • Week of March 23, 1970
    3/23/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is comedian-writer Pete Barbutti; Guests are actress June Allyson, the Clara Ward Singers, World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Joe Frazier, the singing group The Knockouts and trampoline artist Vic Zoble.
  • March 20, 1970
    March 20, 1970
    Episode 145
    3/20/70
    0.0
    George C. Scott concludes his co-hosting duties. Guests are singer-dancer Lola Falana, TV personality Garry Moore, producer-director Otto Preminger, comic Sandy Baron and singer Nino Candido.
  • March 19, 1970
    March 19, 1970
    Episode 144
    3/19/70
    0.0
    George C. Scott co-hosts; guests are George's wife actress Coleen Dewhurst, singer Mahalia Jackson, singer Al Martino and Senator Charles Goodell (R-NY).
  • March 18, 1970
    March 18, 1970
    Episode 143
    3/18/70
    0.0
    George C. Scott co-hosts; guests are singer Sue Raney, comic Don Rickles and Kenny Jackson and Mel Rivers (members of the Fortune Society).
  • March 17, 1970
    March 17, 1970
    Episode 142
    3/17/70
    0.0
    George C. Scott co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Robert Goulet, Godfather of Soul singer James Brown, soul songstress Vicki Anderson, Dr. Ashley Montague, athropologist and author of "The Direction of Human Development" and Bill Ballantine director of Ringling Brothers Clown College.
  • Week of March 16, 1970
    3/16/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor George C. Scott. Guests are comic Milt Kamen, songstress Jane Morgan, musician Red Barber and bass-baritone William Warfield.
  • March 13, 1970
    March 13, 1970
    Episode 140
    3/13/70
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara conclude their co-hosting duties for the week with guest, actress Tammy Grimes, comedian Henny Youngman, composer-arranger Jerry Fielding and Dr. David Reuben author-physician Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex ....
  • March 12, 1970
    March 12, 1970
    Episode 139
    3/12/70
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests include actor Hal Holbrook, singer Oliver, comic Ron Carey, pottery teacher Anna Stok and make-up artist Dick Smith.
  • March 11, 1970
    March 11, 1970
    Episode 138
    3/11/70
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-hosts; guests include Ross Hunter, producer of Airport, singer-actress Andrea Marcovicci, theatre critic John Simon, Jean Sakol, president of the Pussycat League, Inc. and cookbook author Stephanie Stefanssen.
  • March 10, 1970
    March 10, 1970
    Episode 137
    3/10/70
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara co-host; guests include actor Gig Young, actress Ann Blyth, the singing team of Billy Shepard and Judi Jordan and Father Bob Perrella, director of the Francsican Mission Band.
  • Week of March 9, 1970
    Week of March 9, 1970
    Episode 136
    3/9/70
    0.0
    Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara co-host; guests are Gordon MacRae, songstress Lesley Gore, singer Joe Frazier, golf pro Doug Sanders and Dr. Harold Strellfield of the Aureon Institute, a growth center that helps people have personal development experiences.
  • March 6, 1970
    March 6, 1970
    Episode 135
    3/6/70
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey concludes her co-hosting duties for the week. Guests are singer Bobby Sherman and actor Robert Alda.
  • March 5, 1970
    March 5, 1970
    Episode 134
    3/5/70
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Sal Mineo, comic Prof. Irwin Corey and TV's "Today Show" host Hugh Downs.
  • March 4, 1970
    March 4, 1970
    Episode 133
    3/4/70
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Don DeFore, TV personality Chuck Woolery and author Sam Levenson ("Sex and the Single Child").
  • March 3, 1970
    March 3, 1970
    Episode 132
    3/3/70
    0.0
    Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Omar Sharif, comic Charlie Manna, singer Wayne Cochran and musical comedy actress Chris Calloway.
  • Week of March 2, 1970
    Week of March 2, 1970
    Episode 131
    3/2/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for the week is Pearl Bailey. Guests are the comedy team of Edmonds and Curley, Broadway producer David Merrick, singer Arthur Prysock, blind law student Harold Krentz.
  • February 27, 1970
    February 27, 1970
    Episode 130
    2/27/70
    0.0
    Mama Cass Elliot concludes her co-hosting duties; guests include Rudy Vallee and Norm Crosby. Also a discussion on pollution.
  • February 26, 1970
    February 26, 1970
    Episode 129
    2/26/70
    0.0

    Mama Cass Elliot co-hosts, guests are actors Peter Ustinov and Victor Buono, Dr. Benjamin Spock author of "Decent and Innocent" and The Fifth Avenue Band musical group.

    Highlights:
    Music includes "New World Coming", "Nice Folks" and "Come On In".
    Peter Ustinov talks about today's youth and Dr. Spock about today's adults.

  • February 25, 1970
    February 25, 1970
    Episode 128
    2/25/70
    0.0

    Mama Cass Elliot co-hosts; guests include tenor Sergio Franchi, film critic Rex Reed, The Ace Trucking Company and Liz Carpenter, former press secretary to Lady Bird Johnson.

  • February 24, 1970
    February 24, 1970
    Episode 127
    2/24/70
    0.0

    Mama Cass Elliot co-hosts; guests are singer-songwriter John Sebastian, writer-prankster Alan Abel, actor Ron Carey and social critic Marya Mannes.

  • Week of February 23, 1970
    2/23/70
    0.0

    Mama Cass Elliot is Mike's co-host this week; guests are boxing champ Muhammad Ali, singer-actor Noel Harrison, comedian Rodney Dangerfield and actress Shirley Stoler.

  • February 20, 1970
    February 20, 1970
    Episode 125
    2/20/70
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas concludes his co-hosting duties. Guests are comic Marty Brill, The Treniers, singer Paula Wayne and news analyst David Schoenbrun.
  • February 19, 1970
    February 19, 1970
    Episode 124
    2/19/70
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests include Hogan's Heroes actor Bob Crane, Gilligan's Island actor Bob Denver, singer-actress Pat Suzuki and The Clara Ward Gospel Singers.
  • February 18, 1970
    February 18, 1970
    Episode 123
    2/18/70
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests are singer Little Richard and anthropologist Margaret Mead.
  • February 17, 1970
    February 17, 1970
    Episode 122
    2/17/70
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas co-hosts; guests include French singer Charles Aznavour, Molly Picon, The Amazing Kreskin and Limbo dancers Ricky & Ruby.
  • Week of February 16, 1970
    2/16/70
    0.0
    Fernando Lamas is Mike's co-host this week. Guests include former football player now actor Jim Brown, singer Gerri Granger and Stan Kann.
  • February 13, 1970
    February 13, 1970
    Episode 120
    2/13/70
    0.0
    Aliza Kashi concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are musician Bobby Russell, comedienne Vicki Lawrence, actress Mercedes McCambridge and comic Joey Adams.
  • February 12, 1970
    February 12, 1970
    Episode 119
    2/12/70
    0.0
    Aliza Kashi co-hosts, guests are singer Jan Peerce, comic Milt Kamen, Senator Claiborne Pell (R-R.I.) and Fashion designer Richard Blackwell, who talks about women's fashions.
  • February 11, 1970
    February 11, 1970
    Episode 118
    2/11/70
    0.0
    Aliza Kashi co-hosts, guests are the singing comedy team of Sandler & Young, comic Jerry Shane and author Tobias Schneebaum "Keep the River On Your Right", who talks about South American tribes and cannibals. Diana Delmonte who talks about vocal vitamins.
  • February 10, 1970
    February 10, 1970
    Episode 117
    2/10/70
    0.0
    Aliza Kashi co-hosts, guests are singer B.J. Thomas, comedian Marty Allen, artist Gloria Gentile, columnist Erma Bombeck and a cat expert.
  • Week of February 9, 1970
    2/9/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for the week is singer Aliza Kashi, guests are actor Peter Lawford, singer Enzo Stuarti and Country and Western singer Peggy Little.
  • February 6, 1970
    February 6, 1970
    Episode 115
    2/6/70
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts, guests are singer-songwriter Evie Sands, singer Johnny Mathis, Richard Harris star of the current movie The Molly Maguires, tennis champion Arthur Ashe, Adela Rogers St. Johns author of The Honeycomb and The Philadelphia Kid doing his famous Mike Douglas impersonation.
  • February 5, 1970
    February 5, 1970
    Episode 114
    2/5/70
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts, singer Bobby Vinton, comedy team of Stiller and Meara, actress-singer Florence Henderson and pediatrician Dr. Lendon Smith.
  • February 4, 1970
    February 4, 1970
    Episode 113
    2/4/70
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts, guests are actress Jane Withers, Baseball catcher Joe Smith and food critic and editor Craig Claiborne.
  • February 3, 1970
    February 3, 1970
    Episode 112
    2/3/70
    0.0
    Red Buttons co-hosts, guests are singer Pat Boone, burlesque star Ann Corio and The Irish Rovers.
  • Week of February 2, 1970
    2/2/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Red Buttons, guests are singer Tony Bennett, comedienne Dody Goodman and attorney F. Lee Bailey.
  • January 30, 1970
    January 30, 1970
    Episode 110
    1/30/70
    0.0
    Sandler and Young conclude their co-hosting duties, guests are Joan Bennett, Lionel Hampton and Jack E. Leonard.
  • January 29, 1970
    January 29, 1970
    Episode 109
    1/29/70
    0.0
    Sandler and Young co-host, guest is Lucille Ball.
  • January 28, 1970
    January 28, 1970
    Episode 108
    1/28/70
    0.0
    Sandler and Young co-host, guests are comedian Marty Allen, songstress Roberta Flack, singer Frankie Laine and comedienne Minnie Pearl.
  • January 27, 1970
    January 27, 1970
    Episode 107
    1/27/70
    0.0
    Sandler and Young co-host, guests are actress Virginia Mayo and singer Eloise Laws.
  • Week of January 26, 1970
    1/26/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts for the week are Sandler and Young (Week of 26Jan70-30Jan70); guests are singer Gisele Mackenzie, comedian Marty Allen, Velma the Lady Magician and The Tokens.
  • January 23, 1970
    January 23, 1970
    Episode 105
    1/23/70
    0.0
    Ethel Merman concludes her co-hosting duties, guests are comic Charlie Manna, singer Donna Theodore and blind law student Harold Krentz.
  • January 22, 1970
    January 22, 1970
    Episode 104
    1/22/70
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts, guests are comedian Jonathan Winters, singer-pianist Roberta Flack and clinic psychologist Dr. Harold Streitfeld who discusses the movement toward developing human potential.
  • January 21, 1970
    January 21, 1970
    Episode 103
    1/21/70
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts, guests are actor Walter Slezak, comic Pat Cooper, comedian Alan Abel, singer John Knowles and Carolyn Kenmore author of "Mannequin: My Life as a Model").
  • January 20, 1970
    January 20, 1970
    Episode 102
    1/20/70
    0.0
    Ethel Merman co-hosts, guests are actor Broderick Crawford, singer Odetta, comic Rip Taylor, advice columnist Ann Landers and Joseph Dolphin who gives a bone sculpture demonstration.
  • Week of January 19, 1970
    1/19/70
    0.0
    Mike' co-host for the week is Ethel Merman guests are actress Patty Duke, comic Marty Brill, H. Ross Perot Texas billionaire who attempted to deliver gifts and provisions to American POW's and Mrs. William Tschudy, wife of a missing pilot in North Vietnam.
  • January 16, 1970
    January 16, 1970
    Episode 100
    1/16/70
    0.0
    Peter Lawford concludes his week long co-hosting duties. Guests are legendary vaudevillian Jimmy Durante, Jimmy's partner Eddie Jackson, Opera singer Roberta Peters and Robert L. Green (fashion editor of Playboy magazine). Highlights: Jimmy and Eddie do a song and dance version of "Bill Bailey".
  • January 15, 1970
    January 15, 1970
    Episode 99
    1/15/70
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts, guests are Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, comic Jimmy Joyce, singer O.C. Smith and Soprano Marguerite Piazza. Bishop Sheen discusses realignment of the church, the role of the layman. the appeal of the religions of the East, what it takes to be a good Catholic and the decline of religion.moreless
  • January 14, 1970
    January 14, 1970
    Episode 98
    1/14/70
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts, guests are Mama Cass Elliott, soul singer Marva Whitney, actress Dina Merrill and chain smoker Carazini.
  • January 13, 1970
    January 13, 1970
    Episode 97
    1/13/70
    0.0
    Peter Lawford co-hosts, guests are organist-antique collector Stan Kann, musical director Joe Harnell, drummer Buddy Rich and his Big Band and author Barbara Seaman ("The Doctor's Case Against the Pill").
  • Week of January 12, 1970
    1/12/70
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is actor Peter Lawford, guests are comedian Soupy Sales, singer-actress Bernadette Peters, Alan Burke, dancing duo Larry and Betty Silvers and the Stratford, New Jersey elementary school dance band.
  • January 9, 1970
    January 9, 1970
    Episode 95
    1/9/70
    0.0
    Concluding a week long salute to Nashville with guests Gene Autry, Chet Atkins, comedienne Fannie Flagg, singer Connie Smith and gourmet David Wade (author of "Dining with David Wade").
  • January 8, 1970
    January 8, 1970
    Episode 94
    1/8/70
    0.0
    Salute to Nashville with guests Jimmy Dean, Rod McKuen, Grandpa Jones, Judy Lynn, Mr. Nudie (designer of Western clothing) and Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys.
  • January 7, 1970
    January 7, 1970
    Episode 93
    1/7/70
    0.0
    Salute to Nashville guests are Archie Campbell, Tex Ritter, Senator Howard H. Baker Jr. (R-Tenn), Peggy Little, Louie Roberts and Billy Edd Wheeler, author of "Song of Wood's Call".
  • January 6, 1970
    January 6, 1970
    Episode 92
    1/6/70
    0.0
    Day 2 of the week long salute to Nashville with guests Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, singer Jerry Vale, Junior Samples, Jeannie C. Riley, The Harper Valley Express and The Stoney Mountain Cloggers.
  • Week of January 5, 1970
    1/5/70
    0.0
    Mike opens this week saluting the Nashville Sound, with no co-hosts this week. Today's guests are singer Bobby Goldsboro, comedian Junior Samples, Del Reeves, singer Loretta Lynn and Bud Wendell (General manager of the Grand Ole Opry).
  • January 2, 1970
    January 2, 1970
    Episode 90
    1/2/70
    0.0
    Rod McKuen concludes his co-hosting duties. Guests are singer Marilyn Maye, Jerry Kramer (formerly with the Green Bay Packers football team), songwriters Lynn Duddy and Jerry Bressler and animals model what well dressed pets will wear.
  • January 1, 1970
    January 1, 1970
    Episode 89
    1/1/70
    0.0
    Rod McKuen co-hosts; guests are news analyst David Schoenbrun, songwriter Ivan Ulz, comic Tom Patterson, singer Damita Jo and New York Times food editor Craig Claiborne who shows how to prepare a French salad and dressing.
  • December 31, 1969
    December 31, 1969
    Episode 88
    12/31/69
    0.0
    Rod McKuen co-hosts; guests are actress Betty Hutton, the comedy team of Fiore & Eldridge and editors Bennett Cerf and his son Chris Cerf.
  • December 30, 1969
    December 30, 1969
    Episode 87
    12/30/69
    9.5
    Rod McKuen co-hosts; guests include Alfred Hitchcock promoting his film Topaz, singer James Brown and comedienne Joan Rivers. James Brown performs Georgia On My Mind. James Brown also asks Alfred Hitchcock about a movie that he didn't direct, William Castles 1961 Homicidal which was very Hitchcockian.
  • Week of December 29, 1969
    12/29/69
    0.0
    Rod McKuen is Mike's co-host this week. Today's guests are comedienne Phyllis Diller, singer Sylvia Syms, comic Milt Kamen and Ed Taufield who gives a demonstration of unusual plants. Highlights: Songs include "I'll Catch the Sun", "Kaleidoscope", "Before the Parade Passes By", "World I Used to Know", "Love Let Me Not Hunger" and "Love's Been Good to Me".moreless
  • December 26, 1969
    December 26, 1969
    Episode 85
    12/26/69
    0.0
    Jack Wild co-hosts as the "Kid's Week" winds up; guests are comic Billy Baxter, actress Gloria DeHaven, folksingers The Simon Sisters (Carly and Lucy) and TV producer of H.R. Pufnstuff Marty Krofft. Highlights: Carly and Lucy Simon sing "Winkin', Blinkin' and Nod" and another song from their children's album Lobster Quadrille. Jack Wild, star of the motion picture "Oliver" and of the Saturday morning series "H.R. Pufnstuf" sings "Consider Yourself" and joins Mike in "I'd Do Anything".moreless
  • December 25, 1969
    December 25, 1969
    Episode 84
    12/25/69
    0.0
    The Craig Hundley Trio co-hosts; guests are singer-actor Rick Nelson, organist-antique collector Stan Kann and songwriter-folksinger Janis Ian.
  • December 24, 1969
    December 24, 1969
    Episode 83
    12/24/69
    0.0
    Julie Budd co-hosts as "Kid's Week" continues guests are singer-songwriter John Hartford, actor Troy Donahue, human sound effects man Wes Harrison and psychologist-author Dr. Haim Ginott.
  • December 23, 1969
    December 23, 1969
    Episode 82
    12/23/69
    0.0
    Browning Bryant is today's co-host; guests are comic Professor Irwin Corey, singer Jeannie C. Riley and humorist Grady Nutt.
  • Week of December 22, 1969
    12/22/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for today is Family Affair's Anissa Jones. All this week young performers will co-host with Mike. Anissa's co-star Sebastian Cabot guests as well as Hee Haw performer Minnie Pearl, magician Bob McAllister, drummer Terry Lee and The Tijuana Brass.
  • December 19, 1969
    December 19, 1969
    Episode 80
    12/19/69
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson conclude their week long co-hosting duties. Guests are toastmaster George Jessel, author Jimmy Breslin ("The Gang Who Couldn't Shoot Straight"), concert pianist Lorin Hollander and Priscilla Young who gives a demonstration of decorative uses of aluminum.
  • December 18, 1969
    December 18, 1969
    Episode 79
    12/18/69
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host, guests are actor George Raft, Woody Herman and the Thundering Herd, comedienne Totie Fields and singer Gerri Granger.
  • December 17, 1969
    December 17, 1969
    Episode 78
    12/17/69
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host, guests are actor Sal Mineo, singer Linda Ronstadt, entertainer Monti Rock, ventriloquist Willie Tyler & Lester and Frank Hubbell and the Stompers. Highlights: Linda sings "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" and "Break My Mind".
  • December 16, 1969
    December 16, 1969
    Episode 77
    12/16/69
    0.0
    Ozzie and Harriet Nelson co-host, guests are singer Gloria Loring, actor Robert Ryan and folk singer Tom Paxton.
  • Week of December 15, 1969
    12/15/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-hosts for the week are Ozzie and Harriet Nelson. Guests are singer Buddy Greco, singer-songwriter Paul Anka, comic Robert King, and Bill Jones a bachelor who adopted a son.
  • December 12, 1969
    December 12, 1969
    Episode 75
    12/12/69
    0.0
    Ed Ames concludes his co-hosting duties for the week. Guests are humorist Sam Levenson, singer Roberta Flack and author-naturalist Roger Caras, who expresses his views concerning the conservation of our natural resources.
  • December 11, 1969
    December 11, 1969
    Episode 74
    12/11/69
    0.0
    Ed Ames co-hosts.
  • December 10, 1969
    December 10, 1969
    Episode 73
    12/10/69
    0.0
    Ed Ames co-hosts, guests are power house singer Ethel Merman, singer Ken Corday, Margaret Truman (who talks about her book "White House Pets") and gourmet Roy Andries De Groot. Also a ballet demonstration is given.
  • December 9, 1969
    December 9, 1969
    Episode 72
    12/9/69
    0.0
    Ed Ames co-hosts, guests are singer Patrice Munsel, comedienne Dody Goodman, musician Boots Randolph and Senator Eugene McCarthy, author of "Year of the People".
  • Week of December 8, 1969
    12/8/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host this week is Ed Ames. Guests are The Irish Rovers, comic Marty Brill, athlete Althea Gibson and The Hooters.
  • December 5, 1969
    December 5, 1969
    Episode 70
    12/5/69
    10
    Virginia Graham concludes her co-hosting duties. Todays guests are Enzo Stuarti, Senator Howard H. Baker Jr., comedian Joey Adams and his wife columnist Cindy Adams and The Box Tops. Highlights: The Box Tops perform "Turn on a Dream" and "Soul Deep."
  • December 3, 1969
    December 3, 1969
    Episode 68
    12/3/69
    0.0
    Virginia Graham co-hosts, guests are singer Marilyn Maye, comic Milt Kamen, Dr. Benjamin Spock (who talks about the Vietnam war), singer William Walker (who sings "The Impossible Dream") and diamond cutter George Kaplan.
  • December 2, 1969
    December 2, 1969
    Episode 67
    12/2/69
    0.0
    Virginia Graham co-hosts, guests are comedian Shelley Berman, singer-actress Florence Henderson, comedy writer Selma Diamond, singer John Raitt and director of the Boston's Children's Museum, Michael Spock. Highlights: Mike sings "The Likes of You". Florence sings "Love is Blue". John Raitt sings "The Giant" and a medley of "Sittin' On the Dock of the Bay" and "Old Man River".moreless
  • Week of December 1, 1969
    12/1/69
    0.0
    Virginia Graham is Mike's co-host this week. Guests are singer Paula Wayne, comic Marty Brill, science writer Joe DiCerto and Joe Harnell musical director of the Mike Douglas Show.
  • November 28, 1969
    November 28, 1969
    Episode 65
    11/28/69
    0.0
    Douglas Fairbanks Jr. concludes his co-hosting duties, guests are Della Reese, singer Lou Rawls, Kitty Carlisle, Swedish model Gunilla Knutson and Ray Geiger editor of the Farmer's Almanac.
  • November 27, 1969
    November 27, 1969
    Episode 64
    11/27/69
    0.0
    Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts. Guests are Country-Western comedienne Minnie Pearl, actress Vivian Vance, Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and Hollywood columnist Radie Harris.
  • November 26, 1969
    November 26, 1969
    Episode 63
    11/26/69
    0.0
    Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts, guests are Radio documentary producer Christopher Glenn, musical comedy star Gwen Verdon, comic Pat Cooper and the British comedy group called Scaffold.
  • November 25, 1969
    November 25, 1969
    Episode 62
    11/25/69
    0.0
    Douglas Fairbanks Jr. co-hosts, guests are actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, singer-songwriter Janis Ian, actress Maureen O'Sullivan and organist Stan Kann.
  • Week of November 24, 1969
    11/24/69
    0.0
    Mike's co-host for the week is Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
  • November 21, 1969
    November 21, 1969
    Episode 60
    11/21/69
    0.0
    Liza Minnelli concludes her co-hosting duties. Guests are singer Nancy Wilson, burlesque star Blaze Starr, comic Scoey Mitchell, authoress Marjorie Kellogg and Liza's husband Peter Allen.
  • November 20, 1969
    November 20, 1969
    Episode 59
    11/20/69
    0.0
    Liza Minnelli co-hosts; guests are singer Joe Cocker, Pete Barbutti, actor Wendell Burton and Letitia Baldridge (former social secretary to the White House). A metal fashion show of outfits made of aluminum, stainless steel and copper.
  • November 19, 1969
    November 19, 1969
    Episode 58
    11/19/69
    0.0
    Liza Minnelli co-hosts, guests are actor Van Johnson, author Harold Robbins, singing duo Chris and Peter Allen, and Cellist Charlotte Moorman.
  • November 18, 1969
    November 18, 1969
    Episode 57
    11/18/69
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    Liza Minnelli co-hosts, guests are actor George C. Scott, singer Kay Thompson, Bill Fiore and The West Point Glee Club. Highlights: Mike talks to George C. Scott about his film Patton. Mike and Liza talk to Kay Thompson and Liza and Kay sing and dance to Breezin Along. Kay Thompson returns later to sing How High is the Sky.moreless
  • Week of November 17, 1969
    11/17/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Liza Minelli. Today's guests are comedian Norm Crosby, actor James Drury and Irish folksinging group The Clancy Brothers.
  • November 14, 1969
    November 14, 1969
    Episode 55
    11/14/69
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    Mike closes out the week singing his latest recording, "Rainbow, of Love." Co-host Shelley Berman does a humorous routine involving his experiences in Philadelphia while co-hosting the show this week. Carl Reiner discusses his hair-piece. Aliza Kashi is presented roses on her first wedding anniversary. Tha Serendipity singers perform the theme from "Midnight Cowboy."moreless
  • November 13, 1969
    November 13, 1969
    Episode 54
    11/13/69
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    Shelley Berman co-hosts, guests are comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Little Anthony and the Imperials, humorist Sam Levenson and singer Mike Dowd.
  • November 12, 1969
    November 12, 1969
    Episode 53
    11/12/69
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    Shelley Berman co-hosts, guests are singer Gloria Loring, comedienne Fannie Flagg, Joan Brearley editor of "Popular Dogs Magazine", The Jacques Loussier Trio, comic Bobby Ramsen and a demonstration on the care of roses.
  • November 11, 1969
    November 11, 1969
    Episode 52
    11/11/69
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    Shelley Berman co-hosts, guests are actress Barbara Eden, "Astrologer to the Stars" Carroll Righter and Jazz singer Cab Calloway.
  • Week of November 10, 1969
    11/10/69
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    Mike's co-host for the week is comedian-actor Shelley Berman. Todays guests are Jay and the Americans, Senator Barry Goldwater, singer Lesley Gore and Golf trick shot artist Paul Hahn.
  • November 7, 1969
    November 7, 1969
    Episode 50
    11/7/69
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    Shirley Jones concludes her co-hosting duties for the week, guests are comedienne Dody Goodman, singer Jerry Vale, Joseph H. Blatchford, director of the Peace Corps, Supergirls Ltd. and Joe Harnell, the show's musical director, also fur fashions are modeled.
  • November 6, 1969
    November 6, 1969
    Episode 49
    11/6/69
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    Shirley Jones co hosts, guests are tenor Richard Tucker, comic Robert King, Skitch Henderson, author Jerry Kramer and Physical fitness expert Rita Chazan.
  • November 5, 1969
    November 5, 1969
    Episode 48
    11/5/69
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    Shirley Jones co hosts, guests are comedian Stanley Myron Handelman, vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, talk show host Alan Burke, Psychologist Stephen Beltz and James J. Maguire.
  • November 4, 1969
    November 4, 1969
    Episode 47
    11/4/69
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    Shirley Jones co hosts, guests are hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, Monti Rock (former hairstylist turned entertainer), ventriloquist Willie Tyler & Lester and the rock group Young-Holt Unlimited.
  • Week of November 3, 1969
    11/3/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is Shirley Jones. Today's guests are the singing group Brothers and Sisters, comedienne Phyllis Diller, naturalist Roger Caras and the business organization Founders of Supergirls, Ltd. Highlights: Mike opens the show singing "Have You Met Miss Jones?"
  • October 31, 1969
    October 31, 1969
    Episode 45
    10/31/69
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    Kreskin co-hosts, guests are actress-singer Shirley Jones, legendary jockey Eddie Arcaro, singer Al Jarreau and Dagmar.
  • October 30, 1969
    October 30, 1969
    Episode 44
    10/30/69
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    Kreskin co-hosts, guests are Jerry Lester, singer Esther Tohbi, Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the National Football League and Ian and Sylvia Tyson.
  • October 29, 1969
    October 29, 1969
    Episode 43
    10/29/69
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    Kreskin co-hosts, guests are Frank Fontaine, Sonny and Cher, Lea Falk and Jole & Bill McGrail.
  • October 28, 1969
    October 28, 1969
    Episode 42
    10/28/69
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    Kreskin co-hosts, guests are singer Enzo Stuarti, comic Adam Keefe, Kathryn and Arthur Murray, the Steve Baron Quartet and Thomas E. O'Brien executive director of "Big Brothers of America".
  • Week of October 27, 1969
    10/27/69
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    Mentalist the Amazing Kreskin is Mike's co-host this week. Today's guests are musician Peter Nero, comedian Soupy Sales and Carleton Fredericks who discusses his book "Low Blood Sugar and You".
  • October 24, 1969
    October 24, 1969
    Episode 40
    10/24/69
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    Soupy Sales concludes his co-hosting duties. Today's guests are actor-comedian Ron Carey, singer Paula Kelly, singer-songwriter Tony Joe White, producer-director Stanley Kramer and TV personality Wally Bruner. Highlights: Mike Douglas, Soupy Sales and Ron Carey in a comedy skit about a western film star.
  • October 23, 1969
    October 23, 1969
    Episode 39
    10/23/69
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts, guests are former heavy-weight wrestling champ Lou Thesz, singer Mahalia Jackson, radio personality Barry Gray and The Harper's Bizarre singing group.
  • October 22, 1969
    October 22, 1969
    Episode 38
    10/22/69
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts; guests are boxers Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, soul group Martha Reeves & the Vandellas, organist Stan Kann and Mary Lawrence, highest paid executive on Madison Avenue, who talks about forming her own ad agency the production of commercials and why a product should not be banned on TV.moreless
  • October 21, 1969
    October 21, 1969
    Episode 37
    10/21/69
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    Soupy Sales co-hosts, guests are singer Thelma Houston, folksinger Pete Seeger and photographer Constance Bannister she shows her collection of baby photos.
  • Week of October 20, 1969
    10/20/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian Soupy Sales (Week of 20Oct69-24Oct69); guests are actor Ray Walston, singer Rita Gardner, The Chambers Brothers and Helaine Dawson author of "On the Outskirts of Hope" who talks about her experiences teaching in ghetto schools in New York, Chicago and San Francisco.
  • October 17, 1969
    October 17, 1969
    Episode 35
    10/17/69
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    Sonny & Cher conclude their co-hosting duties for the week. Guests on today's show are actor Eli Wallach, singer Dick Jensen, singer Jaye P. Morgan, Irving Wallace author of "The Seven Minutes" and British Tattoo and Tournament Major Mike Thompson.
  • October 16, 1969
    October 16, 1969
    Episode 34
    10/16/69
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    Sonny & Cher co-host, guests are singer-dancer-actor-comedian Danny Kaye, songstress Margaret Whiting and Senator Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz), who talks about the soldiers in Vietnam.
  • October 15, 1969
    October 15, 1969
    Episode 33
    10/15/69
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    Sonny & Cher co-host; guests are tenor Jan Peerce, Dr. Joyce Brothers, ventriloquist Aaron Williams & Freddie and stilt walker Mike Monroe. Highlights: Sonny & Cher sing "Sing Se la Vie". Jan Peerce performs "Mattinata" and "Ruggiero Leoncavallo".
  • October 14, 1969
    October 14, 1969
    Episode 32
    10/14/69
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    Sonny & Cher co-host; guests are Dick Clark, drummer Buddy Rich and his Big Band, comic Professor Irwin Corey and news-analyst David Schoenbrun.
  • Week of October 13, 1969
    10/13/69
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    Mike's co-hosts this week are singing duo Sonny & Cher (Week of 13Oct69-17Oct69); guests are Jazz pianist-composer Ramsey Lewis, comedy writer Selma Diamond, comic Marty Brill, former co-captain of the N.Y. Jets Johnny Sample. Cher and Mike help Sonny prepare an Italian veal dish.
  • October 10, 1969
    October 10, 1969
    Episode 30
    10/10/69
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    Eartha Kitt concludes her week of co-hosting. Today's guests are Frank Sinatra Jr., Mrs. Coretta Scott King and The Young Tahitian Dancers.
  • October 9, 1969
    October 9, 1969
    Episode 29
    10/9/69
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    Eartha Kitt co-hosts, guests are comic Morty Gunty, photographer-journalist David Douglas Duncan (author of "Self-Portrait: U.S.A.") and fashion designer Marc Bohan, men's styles are modeled.
  • October 8, 1969
    October 8, 1969
    Episode 28
    10/8/69
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    Eartha Kitt, co-hosts guests are humorist Myron Cohen, The Free Design musical group, singer Larry Santos, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and fashion humorist Judith Keith author of "I Haven't a Thing to Wear".
  • October 7, 1969
    October 7, 1969
    Episode 27
    10/7/69
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    Mike's co-hostess Eartha Kitt, welcomes guests comedian Robert Klein, Dennis Yost and the Classic IV, toast-master George Jessel and Joe McGinniss author of "The Selling of the President", a detailed account of President Nixon's TV campaign.
  • Week of October 6, 1969
    10/6/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Eartha Kitt (Week of 06Oct69-10Oct69); guests are actor Cliff Robertson, singer Frankie Laine, fashion designer Karl Lagerfield, poker player Billy Baxter, The Dee Felice Quartet and Jean Nidetch founder of Weight Watchers.
  • October 3, 1969
    October 3, 1969
    Episode 25
    10/3/69
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    George Carlin is the substitute host, guests are singer Lesley Gore, golf pro Arnold Palmer, singer Julius LaRosa and magician Milbourne Christopher.
  • October 2, 1969
    October 2, 1969
    Episode 24
    10/2/69
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    Jimmy Dean is the substitute host, guests are Zsa Zsa Gabor, actor Sal Mineo, singer Laura Green and news producer Robert Northside who talks about the misconception cantering on rioting being incited by the presence of TV cameras.
  • October 1, 1969
    October 1, 1969
    Episode 23
    10/1/69
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    Van Johnson is the substitute host, guests are actress Phyllis Newman, organist Stan Kann and author Robert Keal ("How to Choose Your House") who offers advice on protecting a home from burglars.
  • September 30, 1969
    September 30, 1969
    Episode 22
    9/30/69
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    Comedian Robert King is the substitute host today. Guests are singer Tammy Grimes, folksinger Tom Paxton, attorney F. Lee Bailey and escape artist The Great Manzini.
  • Week of September 29, 1969
    9/29/69
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    Comic Billy Baxter is the substitute host for Mike Douglas today. Guests are singer Odetta, comedienne Dody Goodman and Professor Ian McHarg, ecologist who wrote "Design With Nature".
  • September 26, 1969
    September 26, 1969
    Episode 20
    9/26/69
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    George Carlin concludes his co-hosting duties for the week, guests are singer Helen O'Connell, disc jockey Bruce Morrow, author Adela Rogers St. Johns ("The Honeycomb") and band Jay and the Americans.
  • September 25, 1969
    September 25, 1969
    Episode 19
    9/25/69
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    Co-host George Carlin welcomes guests, Pamela Mason, Australian singer Frank Ifield, comedienne Dody Goodman and marriage broker Irving Field.
  • September 24, 1969
    September 24, 1969
    Episode 18
    9/24/69
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    Co-host George Carlin, welcomes guests singer-actress Eartha Kitt, actor Alejandro Rey, comic singer Tiny Tim and The Amazing Kreskin.
  • September 23, 1969
    September 23, 1969
    Episode 17
    9/23/69
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    George Carlin co-hosts, guests are comedienne Hermione Gingold, Johnny Tillotson, singer Marva Whitney and Ted Sorensen who discusses his New York Senatorial ambition, campaign costs, our troops in Vietnam and whether or not Ted Kennedy will be a contender in the 1972 Presidential election.
  • Week of September 22, 1969
    9/22/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is comedian George Carlin. Today's guests include British entertainer Tessie O'Shea, singer D'Aldo Romano, meterologist Dr. Frank Field and Walter Carlos who performs on an electronic instrument called the Moog synthesizer.
  • September 19, 1969
    September 19, 1969
    Episode 15
    9/19/69
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    Carol Lawrence concludes her co-hosting duties; guests are Carol's husband actor-singer Robert Goulet, actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin and TV producer David Susskind.
  • September 18, 1969
    September 18, 1969
    Episode 14
    9/18/69
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    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are former football player turned actor Jim Brown, comedian Rodney Dangerfield, Beatrice Garvan, curator of American art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Louanne Ferris author of "I'm Done Crying" and musical group Friends of Distinction.
  • September 17, 1969
    September 17, 1969
    Episode 13
    9/17/69
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    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are actor Robert Young, The Checkmates Ltd., choreographer Ron Field, author Robin Gill and a mystery guest.
  • September 16, 1969
    September 16, 1969
    Episode 12
    9/16/69
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    Carol Lawrence co-hosts; guests are actor Michael Dunn, comedian Pat Morita, actress Sylvia Syms and film critic Judith Crist.
  • Week of September 15, 1969
    9/15/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is singer-actress Carol Lawrence (Week of 15Sep69-19Sep69); guests are singer Mel Torme, comedian Henny Youngman, football player turned actor Rosey Grier and The Cowsills. Highlights: The Cowsills perform "That's What You Get For Loving Me" and "If I Had My Way".
  • September 12, 1969
    September 12, 1969
    Episode 10
    9/12/69
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    Doug McClure concludes his week long co-hosting duties; guests are actress Julie Sommars, singer Lynn Kellogg, author Pearl S. Buck, The Irish Rovers and Robert L. Green fashion editor for Playboy.
  • September 11, 1969
    September 11, 1969
    Episode 9
    9/11/69
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    Doug McClure co-hosts; guests are actor Burt Reynolds, comedian Lily Tomlin, singer Jaye P. Morgan and actor-producer Sheldon Leonard.
  • September 10, 1969
    September 10, 1969
    Episode 8
    9/10/69
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    Doug McClure co-hosts; guests are comedy writer Selma Diamond, bandleader Artie Shaw, comic Rip Taylor, Gary Lewis and the Playboys.
  • September 9, 1969
    September 9, 1969
    Episode 7
    9/9/69
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    Doug McClure co-hosts; guests are singer Diana Trask, Billiards trick shot artist and author Willie Mosconi, Philadelphia lawyer Lisa Richette, Ben Smathers and the Stoney Mountain Cloggers.
  • Week of September 8, 1969
    9/8/69
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    Mike's co-host this week is actor Doug McClure (Week of 08Sep69-12Sep69); guests are actor Monte Markham, singer Eloise Laws, The Spiral Staircase and author Jeffrey St. John.
  • September 5, 1969
    September 5, 1969
    Episode 5
    9/5/69
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    Joan Rivers concludes her week long co-hosting duties with guests the Godfather of Soul, singer James Brown, Dr. Irwin Stillman (author of "Doctor's Quick Inches Off Diet"), Robert L. Green, fashion editor of Playboy magazine and The Dee Felice Trio (Jazz instrumental group).
  • September 4, 1969
    September 4, 1969
    Episode 4
    9/4/69
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    Co-host Joan Rivers welcomes guests actor Theodore Bikel, comic Irwin C. Watson, Jack Valente (President of the Motion Picture Association of America) and author Philip Truex "The City Gardener".
  • September 3, 1969
    September 3, 1969
    Episode 3
    9/3/69
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    Co-host Joan Rivers welcomes guests singer Turley Richards, songstress Odetta and Dr. Lendon Smith pediatrician and author of "The Children's Doctor".
  • September 2, 1969
    September 2, 1969
    Episode 2
    9/2/69
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    Joan Rivers co-hosts, guests are comedian Rodney Dangerfield, singer Thelma Houston, cartoonists Janice and Stanley Berenstain and cookbook author Robert Misch with a recipe for Napoleon's chicken morengo.
  • Week of September 1, 1969
    9/1/69
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    Mike's co-host for the week is comedienne Joan Rivers. Today's guests are singer Jimmy Dean, Dr. Joyce Brothers, the singing team of Sam and Dave and Bernadette Devlin, Northern Ireland Member of the British Parliament.
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