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6 Jun. 1968
Robert Vaughn/Dr. David Abrahamsen/Roy Wilkins/David Schoenbrun/F. Lee Bailey/Lauren Bacall
Dick Cavett discuses the recent assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy with his guests. A very somber and interesting program quite different from the usual Dick Cavett Show as Mr. Cavett eludes to at the beginning.
30 Jun. 1969
Woody Allen/Joe Frazier/John Hartford/Julie Harris/Tom Wicker
Dick Cavett hosts former Olympic gold medalist and undisputed heavyweight world champion boxer, Joe Frazier.
14 Jul. 1969
Richard Attenborough/Patty Duke/Redd Foxx/James J. Kilpatrick
American comedian and actor Redd Foxx, is interviewed by Dick Cavett.
19 Aug. 1969
Jefferson Airplane/Joni Mitchell/David Crosby/Stephen Stills
The Jefferson Airplane perform "Somebody to Love" with David Crosby as well as the politically charged anthems "Volunteers" and "We Can Be Together."
5 Sep. 1969
Groucho Marx (2nd)
Groucho Marx was a frequent guest on show and appeared on all off its various incarnations. This episode, in which he's the sole guest for the hour, marked his only appearance on the short-lived summer prime-time show.
9 Sep. 1969
Robert Young/Ralph Nader/Jimi Hendrix
Former President George Bush is a guest on The Dick Cavett Show.
16 Sep. 1969
Joe Namath/Joan Rivers/Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Guests: Joe Namath, Joan Rivers, Adam Clayton Powell.
31 Dec. 1969
Bette Davis/Buck Henry/Jonathan Miller/Pat McCormick
Dick Cavett's guests today are Bette Davis and Buck Henry.
17 Feb. 1970
ABC Show ID 237
Dick Cavett hosts; guests include Helen Gurley Brown, former pro football star now actor Jim Brown, singer Little Richard, and Universal Studios Hollywood stunt men Scott Gourlay and Skeeter Vaughan.
19 Mar. 1970
Episode dated 19 March 1970
Dick Cavett's guests are members of 'Friends of Animals', a group protesting the mass slaughter of Canadian seals.
18 Jun. 1970
Episode dated 18 June 1970
Dick Cavett interviews the former MLB pitcher, who played for the New York Yankees, Seattle Pilots, Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves from 1962-1978.