The Dick Cavett Show
Mon 9:00PM ET
John Carradine, Billie Jean King, Kerry Melville, and William MagruderOn The Dick Cavett Show, Billie Jean King and Kerry Melville discuss the unequal prize money in professional tennis, John Carradine remembers his friendship with John Barrymore, and director of supersonic transport William Magruder talks about international competition for commercial aviation and the SST controversy.
Tue 9:00PM ET
Woody Allen, Joe Frazier, Julie Harris, John Hartford, and Tom WickerOn The Dick Cavett Show, John Hartford jokes about starting a peanut butter and jelly sandwich restaurant, Julie Harris performs Emily Dickinson, Woody Allen introduces his film Take the Money and Run, Joe Frazier talks about fighting and Muhammad Ali, and Tom Wicker discusses the presidencies of Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy.
Wed 9:00PM ET
Milton Berle, Dinah Shore, and Tuesday WeldOn The Dick Cavett Show, Dinah Shore discusses the challenge of live television and demonstrates needle work. Tuesday Weld talks about the pressures of being a young actress and her film A Safe Place. Finally, Milton Berle quips about his comedy career and where the stage name "Uncle Miltie" came from.
Thu 9:00PM ET
Maurice Chevalier, Ann-Margret, Roger Smith, and Joe NamathOn The Dick Cavett Show, Maurice Chevalier talks about his childhood desire to be an acrobat, Ann-Margret reveals her natural hair color, Joe Namath talks about football and his acting debut, and Roger Smith praises his film C.C. & Company.
Fri 9:00PM ET
Stevie Wonder, Alain Delon, Elsa Lanchester, and Tex RitterOn The Dick Cavett Show, Stevie Wonder reveals his birth name, Elsa Lanchester discusses breaking her rib playing Peter Pan and her iconic film Bride of Frankenstein, Alain Delon compares the French accent to English, and Tex Ritter discusses his film career including High Noon.