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#14688: LES CRANE SHOW, THE
1964-11-30, WABC, 21 min.
Les Crane, Max Rafferty, Bernard Levin

Les Crane's guests are Dr. Max Rafferty and Mr. Bernard Levin.

A debate on censorship. 

Duplicate of #V2.                        
#V2: LES CRANE SHOW, THE
1964-11-30, WABC, 21 min.
Les Crane, Max Rafferty, Bernard Levin

Les Crane's guests are Dr. Max Rafferty and Mr. Bernard Levin.

A debate on censorship. 

Duplicate of #14688.                         
#V5: LES CRANE SHOW, THE
1968-01-15, WNEW, min.
Les Crane, Timothy Leary, Max Rafferty

 PREMIERE OF THE LES CRANE SHOW which airs five nights a week for one hour. Broadcast locally from New York on WNEW Channel 5 New York. Again,Crane's tenure in this format, late night, competing against Johnny Carson's Tonight Show on NBC as well as The Joey Bishop Show on ABC, would not last as ratings never climbed. The show ended seven and half months after it began with the final broadcast, September 6, 1968, ending Les Crane's television talk show career which began in New York only five years before...totaling in that span of time only 22 months of actual broadcasting. 

 Les Crane's guests are Timothy Leary and Max Rafferty who debate the topic of drugs.                                                               
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