Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests comedienne Lily Tomlin and singer Richie Havens in this show taped at the University of Maryland. Lily does a spoof of sorority teens of the 1950’s.
Jul 10, 2012 · "Richard has been entertaining the idea of doing your show, Mr. Cavett," a man who appeared to be both valet and companion said. "And letting the …
The Dick Cavett Show season 4 episode guide on TV.com. Watch all 173 The Dick Cavett Show episodes from season 4,view pictures, get episode information and more.
Yale-educated Dick Cavett established his reputation as the most erudite of American talk show hosts in the late 1960s and early ’70s. Although there were many contenders who took on Johnny Carson, the undisputed heavyweight champion of late-night TV, Cavett generally was considered the most
Nearly minutes into an episode of “The Dick Cavett Show,” the host, who had walked off and then returned to the set, asked his guests—John Cassavetes, Peter Falk, and Ben Gazzara
Richard Alva Cavett (/ ˈ k æ v ɪ t /; born November 19, 1936) is an American television personality, comedian and former talk show host notable for his conversational style and in-depth discussions. He appeared regularly on nationally broadcast television in the United States in five consecutive decades, the 1960s through the 2000s.
The Dick Cavett Show When Dick Cavett joined the late-night talk show parade in 1969, his intelligent wit pumped a much-needed breath of fresh air into the format.
The Dick Cavett Show. Dick Cavett hosted "The Dick Cavett Show" on multiple networks for more than 35 years while interviewing a wide range of guests, from authors and politicians to musicians, actors and other creative types.
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Mar 04, 1968 · Watch video · With Dick Cavett, Bobby Rosengarden, Fred Foy, Muhammad Ali. Daytime, primetime, then late-night talk and variety show. Often there was only one guest (GA Gov. Lester Maddox walked out angrily during one interview). Cavett was intelligent and witty, perhaps too much so for television.