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#TW6: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-06-06, WABC, 35 min.
Richard Boone, Lillian Gish, Lynn Redgrave, Billy Hartack

#16236: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-08-05, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, David Frye

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

A rare appearance on television by Marlon Brando...in conversation.

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: Comedian David Frye.                                                                 
#1074: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-09-05, WABC, 26 min.
Groucho Marx, Dick Cavett

Groucho Marx is Dick Cavett's guest. Groucho reminisces with anecdotes, ad libs, and demonstrates his singing prowess...a style all its own.
#16281: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1969-12-29, ABC, min.
Woody Allen, Dick Cavett, Robert Shaw

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests:Robert Shaw and Woody Allen. Series premiere.                               
#16290: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-05, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Madeline Kahn, Jonathan Miller

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Host: Dick Cavett. Guests: Madeline Kahn, Jonathan Miller.                                                                              
#16294: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-07, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Adam Clayton Powell

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: Harlem congressman Adam Clayton Powell.                                                                                                   
#16310: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-01-21, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Host:Dick Cavett.                                                                        
#1089: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-02-10, WABC, 68 min.
Noel Coward, Dick Cavett, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Tammy Grimes

Dick Cavett's guests are Sir Noel Coward, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne and Tammy Grimes. Coward and Lunt reminisce about the past, present, and touch on scintillating topics and observations including acting style, improvisation and nudity.
#16332: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-02-13, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Isaac Asimov

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Host: Dick Cavett. Guest: Science Fiction writer Isaac Asimov.                                
#16344: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-03, ABC, min.
Walter Cronkite, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Walter Cronkite.                                        
#16367: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-17, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, John Lindsay

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guest: New York City Mayor John Lindsay.                                                                         
#16378: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-04-23, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Dionne Warwick, Arthur C. Clarke

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS) 

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews. 

Guests: Dionne Warwick, Arthur C. Clarke.                                                                                 
#16391: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-08-04, ABC, min.
Mort Sahl, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Mort Sahl.                                         
#16395: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-08-06, ABC, min.
Lloyd Bucher, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests:Commander Lloyd Bucher.                                         
#16427: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1970-09-09, ABC, 22 min.
David Susskind, Dick Cavett, George Maharis

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: George Maharis, Kate Millett, David Susskind.                                             
#16582: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-04-16, ABC, min.
Lady Bird Johnson, Dick Cavett, John Guare, Harriet Van Horne

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: Lady Bird Johnson, John Guare, Harriet Van Horne.                                        
#16620: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-06-08, ABC, min.
George Burns, Dick Cavett, J.I. Rodale

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: George Burns 

June 7th, 1971: J.I. Rodale's Onstage Death 

As noted in Cavett's autobiography, (pg321-323) on June 7th, 1971, publisher J.I. Rodale, an advocate of organic farming, died of a heart attack during taping. Cavett was speaking with journalist Pete Hamill when Rodale began to make a snoring noise. Cavett's reaction to this is contested-he claims that both he and Hamill realized immediately that something was wrong, while other accounts have him addressing the unconscious man "Are we boring you, Mr. Rodale?" The audience did not realize anything was seriously wrong until Cavett asked (avoiding the cliche) "Is there a doctor in the audience?"      

The program was never aired and a rerun aired in its place. The following night, June 8th, 1971 (George Burns is a guest) Cavett describes his reaction at length as to what happened during last night's taping regarding J.I. Rodale's death and discusses the incident.
An audio aircheck of this opening exists; it is archived in the collection of Archival Television Audio, Inc. (www.atvaudio.com).                                                                
#16636: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-06-24, ABC, min.
Tony Randall, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest Host: Tony Randall.                                        
#16641: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-06-25, ABC, min.
David Steinberg, Henny Youngman, Dick Cavett, George Plimpton, Bill Russell, Dr.Theodore Rubin

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte: an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: Henny Youngman, Dr. Theodore Rubin, George Plimpton, and Bill Russell. 
David  Steinberg is guest  host standing in for Dick Cavett.
The segment with Bill Russell runs 15 minutes with commercials.

Russell is introduced by Steinberg. He is persuaded to take a raw shack test (first thing that comes to his mind) by Steinberg. Bill describes his feelings about Wilt Chamberlin...Boston Celtics memories and anecdotes...including his initiative to be first person to grow a beard as a player and how he got his reputation. Bill and David play one on one...favorite shot a "dunk shot."  

                                                                          
#16645: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-06-27, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Host: Dick Cavett                                         
#16650: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-06-30, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, John Kerry

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

A debate on Vietnam. Guest: John Kerry.                                                              
#16678: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-09-14, ABC, 17 min.
Dick Cavett, Gary Walker

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Host: Dick Cavett. The Attica prison riot. Interview with hostage and corrections officer Gary Walker.                                     
#16694: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-09-29, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Host: Dick Cavett                                        
#16696: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-09-30, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Discussion on Vietnam war crimes.                                       
#16713: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-10-29, ABC, min.
George Bush, Dick Cavett, Gloria Swanson, Edmund Muskie

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: Gloria Swanson, Edmund Muskie, George Bush.                                        
#16724: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-11-02, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Anthony Herbert

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Lt. Colonel Anthony Herbert who served in both Korea and Vietnam witnessing alleged war crimes which his commanding officer refused to investigate.                                  
#16727: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-11-04, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Topic: Police corruption in New York City.                                          
#16734: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-11-19, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Anthony Herbert

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Lt. Colonel Anthony Herbert.                                        
#16739: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-12-01, ABC, min.
Gore Vidal, Norman Mailer, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: Gore Vidal, Norman Mailer.                                           
#16744A: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-12-05, ABC, 14 min.
Willie Mays, Leo Durocher, Dick Cavett

  Willie Mays' only time substituting as host of a talk show.  
He fills in for Dick Cavett. He takes questions from the audience including one asking how he felt being on deck when Bobby Thompson hit his famous "shot heard round the world," home run October 3, 1951 against the Brooklyn Dodgers.

  Willie's guest, his former New York Giant manager, Leo Durocher, swap anecdotes with one another about playing and managing during the 1950's. Durocher states that he told Willie Mays who was batting 0 for 20 leading into the World Series against the New York Yankees that if he didn't get a World Series hit he wouldn't get any WS money. Also remembered his first experiences with Willie when Mays wanted to quit baseball because he was doing poorly, but encouraged him to keep playing. Another anecdote when picking up Willie at his place on 155th Street in NYC to attend an important function found playing stick ball in the street, and Willie leaving with Leo getting not into the front of his Cadillac but the back. Also, remembrances of Leo's son Chris who was Willie's roommate for a time.                                    
#16751: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-12-07, ABC, min.
Carol Burnett, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Carol Burnett.                                         
#16767: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-12-28, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Helen Hayes

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Helen Hayes.      

Duplicate of #16775.                                                  
#16775: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1971-12-28, ABC, 7 min.
Dick Cavett, Helen Hayes

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Helen Hayes.      

Duplicate of #16767.                                                  
#16807: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1972-02-23, ABC, min.
Milton Berle, Dick Cavett

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guest: Milton Berle.                                          
#16894: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1972-04-29, ABC, min.
Dick Cavett, Robin Bartlett, John Forsythe, Elizabeth Berridge

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests: John Forsythe, Robin Bartlett, Elizabeth Berridge.                                        
#1117: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1972-07-00, WABC, 62 min.
Alfred Hitchcock, Dick Cavett

Dick Cavett interviews famed motion picture director Alfred Hitchcock.
#16779: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1972-08-03, ABC, 61 min.
Lester Maddox, Dick Cavett, Racquel Welch

December 29th,1969-January 1st,1975 (ABC) 

Dick Cavett is back on television as ABC's new entrant in the late-night race. The format is desk and sofa five nights a week like the Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin shows. As Cavett sees it, it's the chemistry that counts. His forte:an articulate way with an interview, plus approaches to comedy that range from youthful innocence to the cynicism of WC.Fields. 

Guests:Raquel Welch, Lester Maddox. Includes  commercials.                                    
#8013: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1973-06-12, ABC, 90 min.
Marlon Brando, Dick Cavett, Bobby Rosengarten, Sam Cagey, Wallace Heath, Dennis Limberhand, Mervin Wright, Fred Foy

May 26th, 1969- September 19th, 1969 (ABC)
December 29th, 1969- January 1st, 1975 (ABC)
August 16th, 1975 - September 6th 1975 (CBS)
1977-1981 (PBS)

A rare appearance on television by Marlon Brando...in conversation.

Dick Cavett entered late night television in 1969. During the summer of 1969 he hosted a thrice-weekly prime-time series on ABC, and later that year he succeeded Joey Bishop as host of the network's late-night talk show. Cavett brought with him the announcer and bandleader who had worked with him on his earlier shows - Fred Foy, who was for decades the announcer of The Lone Ranger on radio and television, and drummer Bobby Rosengarten. This new format was another attempt by ABC to compete against NBC's highly successful Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. Originally broadcast five nights a week. However, by January of 1973, the show was seen only one week a month as Cavett's ratings failed to dent Carson's. Jack Paar's return to late night television after an eleven year absence was similarly seen only one week a month under the new ABC series moniker, ABC's WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. On January 1st, 1975, The Dick Cavett Show disappeared from the network all together.    

In the fall of 1977 Cavett appeared on PBS in a half-hour talk show on which he returned to his strong talent: one - guest interviews.                                                     
#9973: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE: "TWO EVENINGS WITH KATHERINE HEPBURN."
1973-10-02, ABC, 180 min.
Dick Cavett, Katherine Hepburn

A two-night three-hour conversation with Katherine Hepburn. 
October 2nd and October 3rd, 1973. 

Host: Dick Cavett                                    
#847: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1977-11-05, WPNE, 30 min.
Woody Allen, Dick Cavett

Taped in Green Bay Wisconsin WPNE Ch. 38 station. Dick Cavett and good friend Woody Allen talk about everything and anything.
#849: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1978-03-02, WPNE, 29 min.
Dee Brown, George Armstrong Custer, Dick Cavett

Taped in Green Bay Wisconsin WPNE Ch. 38 station. Dick Cavett has a discussion with author Dee Brown who writes books about the American Indians and Pioneers of the West. George Armstrong Custer is showcased.
#9974: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1979-08-16, PBS, 30 min.
Sophia Loren, Dick Cavett

Host Dick Cavett interviews Sophia Loren. She discusses her admiration for Cary Grant and other topics.           
#9975: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-02-29, PBS, 30 min.
Dick Cavett, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright

Host Dick Cavett interviews Laurence Olivier and his wife Joan Plowright.             
#9979: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-05-29, PBS, 30 min.
Hal Holbrook, Dick Cavett

Host Dick Cavett interviews Hal Holbrook.             
#9976: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-06-17, PBS, 30 min.
Gary Merrill, Dick Cavett

Host Dick Cavett interviews Gary Merrill. He discusses his marriage to Bette Davis and his role in "All About Eve."             
#9980: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-06-17, PBS, 30 min.
Eve Arden, Dick Cavett

Host Dick Cavett interviews Eve Arden.            
#9977: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-07-28, PBS, 30 min.
Dick Cavett, Sugar Ray Leonard

Host Dick Cavett interviews boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.             
#9978: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1980-08-04, PBS, 30 min.
Richard Burton, Dick Cavett

Host Dick Cavett interviews Richard Burton.                         
#9981: DICK CAVETT SHOW, THE
1986-03-25, USA, 60 min.
Pat McCormick, Dick Cavett, Charleton Heston, Steve Stoller, Larry Gelbert

Host Dick Cavett interviews Charleton Heston, and comedy writers Pat McCormick, Larry Gelbert, and Steve Stoller.             
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