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TONIGHT SHOW WITH GUEST HOST HUGH DOWNS, THE
Hugh Downs, Jim Backus, Larry Storch, Jim Lucas, Jane Fonda, Rita Hayworth, Gary Merrill, Alan King
Guests for two consecutive nights are Jim Backus, Larry Storch, Jane Fonda, Rita Hayworth, Gary Merrill, Alan King, and announcer Jim Lucas. Hugh Downs pays tribute to "The Tonight Show" staff members and signs off for his final Tonight appearance.
JOEY BISHOP SHOW, THE
Jane Fonda, Regis Philbin, Dale Robertson
April 17, 1967 - December 26, 1969. THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW was one of several attempts by ABC (previously Les Crane tried and failed to attain ratings) to establish a strong late-night talk show. Bishop held the record (177) substitute hosting appearances for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show, and had been quite successful. It was hoped Joey could lure away some of Carson's audience. Similar to Jack Paar, in 1960, Bishop surprised his audience on the night of November 26, 1969 and walked off the show while taping his opening monologue. The Joey Bishop late-night program lasted for one more month using guest hosts before it left the air. During three phone conversations I had with Bishop, in the early 2000's, he confirmed to me that almost ALL of his late-night shows had been erased by ABC.
Joey Bishop, Regis Philbin. Guests: Jane Fonda, Dale Robertson.
ACADEMY AWARDS: 41ST ANNUAL
Martha Raye, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Jane Fonda, Tony Curtis, Diahann Carroll, Burt Lancaster, John Woolf, Anthony Harvey, Natalie Wood, Hank Sims, Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Marni Nixon, Don Rickles, Mel Brooks, Aretha Franklin, Walter Matthau, Rosalind Russell, Barbra Streisand, Sidney Poitier, Jack Albertson, Boris Levin, Abbey Lincoln, Jose Feliciano, Ruth Gordon, Henry Mancini, Onna White, Carol Reed, Jean Hersholt
The best performances & achievements from 1968 are honored as the 41st Academy Awards are telecast from the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion. Gregory Peck introduces the "Friends of Oscar," presenters who serve as hosts. They include Ingrid Bergman, Sidney Poitier, Jane Fonda, Frank Sinatra, Natalie Wood, Walter Matthau, Diahann Carroll, Tony Curtis, Rosalind Russell, and Burt Lancaster. Frank Sinatra sings an opening number from the motion picture "Star!" Jack Albertson accepts a best supporting actor award, the first of many awards given this evening. Other
award winners and performers include Boris Levin, Abbey Lincoln, Jose Feliciano, Ruth Gordon, Marni Nixon, Henri Mancini, Don Rickles, Mel Brooks, Onna White, Aretha Franklin, Carol Reed, Bob Hope, Martha Raye (the first woman recipient of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award), Anthony Harvey, Barbra Streisand, and John Woolf. Hank Sims introduces and closes the program.
ACADEMY AWARDS: 44TH ANNUAL
Red Buttons, Jane Fonda, Alan King, Jack Lemmon, Betty Grable, Helen Hayes, Joel Grey, Natalie Wood, Sandy Duncan, Raquel Welch, Sammy Davis Jr., Charlie Chaplin, Jill St. John, Joey Heatherton, Leslie Caron, Cloris Leachman, James Caan, Isaac Hayes, Dick Haymes, Gene Hackman, Ben Johnson, Paddy Chayefsky, Vittorio DeSica, Michael Legrand, Ann Margret, Richard Chamberlin, Jennifer ONeill
The 44th annual Academy Award presentations from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
Hosts are Helen Hayes, Alan King, Sammy Davis Jr. and Jack Lemmon. Betty Grable, battling cancer, makes one of her last public appearances and Charlie Chaplin receives an honorary award for the incalculable effects he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century. Chaplin receives a twelve minute standing ovation.
Dinah Shore, Jane Fonda, Chet Atkins, Davy Jones, Bobby Hart, Tommy Boyce, Stephanie Mills, Micky Dolenz
October 21st, 1974- 1980.
Ninety-minute talk show in most markets hosted by Dinah Shore. The show was seen during the daytime in most cities. In 1979 the show was retitled "Dinah and Friends" and had a co-host.
TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
Jane Fonda, Tom Snyder, Lillian Carter, Tom Hayden, Dick Tuck
October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.
ACADEMY AWARDS: 49TH ANNUAL
Jane Fonda, William Holden, Jane Alexander, Lee Grant, Richard Pryor, Ingmar Bergman, Jason Robards, Warren Beatty, Piper Laurie, Paddy Chayefsky, Liv Ullman, Ellen Burstyn, Irwin Winkler, Sidney Lumet, Peter Finch, Robert De Niro, Slyvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Sissy Spacek, Jodie Foster
The 49th Annual Academy Awards presentation, telecast live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles, California. Warren Beatty, Richard Pryor, Jane Fonda, and Ellen Burstyn are hosts.
FONDA: AN AMERICAN LEGACY
James Stewart, Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda, Henry Fonda, Lauren Bacall, Dorothy McGuire, Burgess Meredith, Beulah Bondi, Humn Cronyn
A tribute to actor Henry Fonda with film clips and anecdotes from directors and co-stars.
Host: Burgess Meredith
AFI SALUTE TO HENRY FONDA
James Stewart, Richard Widmark, Fred MacMurray, James Garner, Kirk Douglas, Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda, Jack Lemmon, Henry Fonda, Charlton Heston, Lloyd Nolan, James Dunn, Ron Howard, Jane Alexander, Lillian Gish, Bette Davis, Billy Dee Williams, Dorothy McGuire, Marsha Mason, Gregory Peck, Richard Burton, Lucille Ball
Tributes to Henry Fonda are given by daughter Jane Fonda, son Peter Fonda, Bette Davis, James Stewart, Lucille Ball, Jack Lemmon, Charlton Heston, Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, Gregory Peck, Richard Burton, James Garner, Fred MacMurray, Marsha Mason, Dorothy McGuire, Lloyd Nolan, Jane Alexander, James Dunn, Lillian Gish, Ron Howard, Richard Widmark and Billy Dee Williams.
ACADEMY AWARDS: 50TH ANNUAL
Bob Hope, Woody Allen, Jane Fonda, Shirley MacLaine, Marcello Mastroianni, John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Marsha Mason, Diane Keaton, Richard Dreyfuss, Fred Zinnemann, Anne Bancroft, Richard Burton, Jason Robards, Alec Guinness, George Lucas, Herbert Ross, Peter Firth, Leslie Browne, Tuesday Weld
The 50th Annual Academy Awards presentation, telecast live from The Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles, California. This was Bob Hope's 19th and final time as Master Of Ceremonies.
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