The Dick Cavett Show
Tue 9:00PM ET
Robert MitchumOn The Dick Cavett Show, Robert Mitchum discusses farm life, his film The Wrath of God, and his dark side.
Wed 9:00PM ET
James Earl Jones , Raquel Welch, and Lester MaddoxOn The Dick Cavett Show, Raquel Welch reveals how she broke her wrist skating for her film Kansas City Bomber, controversial Democrat Lester Maddox gets Dick Cavett to leave the show, and James Earl Jones discusses playing the first African American President in Rod Serling's The Man.
Thu 9:00PM ET
Jerry LewisOn The Dick Cavett Show, Jerry Lewis discusses how he creates a film, his time with Dean Martin, and learning from critics. Lewis also gives a behind-the-scenes look at The Errand Boy and answers audience questions.
Fri 9:00PM ET
Angela Lansbury, Billy Eckstine, Janet Flanner, and Roy JenkinsOn The Dick Cavett Show, Angela Lansbury discusses reprising the lead role in Mame and shows a clip from Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Billy Eckstine talks about racism in show business, journalist Janet Flanner remembers traveling to Paris and Truman Capote's first job at The New Yorker, and Roy Jenkins shares insights about the Shadow Cabinet in England.
Jul 11, 9:00PM ET
Groucho MarxFeatured on The Dick Cavett Show is Groucho Marx, discussing growing up with the Marx brothers, his letters in the Library of Congress, and nudity on the Broadway stage.
Jul 12, 9:00PM ET
Kirk DouglasFeatured on The Dick Cavett Show, Kirk Douglas recalls being mistaken for Douglas Fairbanks, filming Spartacus with rubber weapons, and how a horse broke his nose.
Jul 13, 9:00PM ET
Katharine HepburnFeatured on The Dick Cavett Show, Katharine Hepburn discusses her early acting career, a funny misunderstanding with Jack Barrymore, and how she quit smoking.
Jul 14, 9:00PM ET
Fred AstaireOn The Dick Cavett Show, Fred Astaire talks seeing his old films on television, filming a dance scene for Funny Face, and his mother's advice.
Jul 15, 9:00PM ET
Jackie Gleason, Marshall Efron, and the cast of Upstairs DownstairsOn The Dick Cavett Show, Marshall Efron does a consumer spot on the cost of fun, Jackie Gleason remembers old Hollywood including Humphrey Bogart and Marlene Dietrich, and the cast of Upstairs Downstairs quip about their series and perform sketches imagining America never broke from England.