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16 Sep. 1969
OAD: 09/16/1969
Dick Cavett interviews Joan Rivers; NY Jets quarterback Joe Namath; and then Congressman from NY Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Sirens can be heard through-out the show which Cavett and guests allude to. Cavett mentions that his show is up for cancellation. Joe Namath talks about Bachelor 3 and the Rozelle investigation; Powell talks about his battle with the Supreme Court for his Congress seat.
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.
27 Jul. 1970
Orson Welles
Interviews Alfred Hitchcock.
9 Mar. 1971
Episode dated 9 March 1971
Host Dick Cavett welcomes Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, Lucie Arnaz, Carol Burnett, and Lucille Ball.
29 Apr. 1971
Robert Mitchum
Interviews Robert Mitchum.
28 May 1971
Danny Kaye
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27 Aug. 1971
Episode dated 27 August 1971
Appearing are M. R. Chappell, owner of Oak Island, where Captain Kidd's treasure is thought to be buried and excavator Kerry Ellerd, who is searching for the treasure.
17 Nov. 1971
Episode dated 17 November 1971
This episode features Bette Davis.
21 Jan. 1972
Robert Altman/Peter Bogdanovich/Mel Brooks/Frank Capra
Interviews Mel Brooks, Frank Capra, Peter Bogdanovich, and Robert Altman.
21 Feb. 1972
John Huston
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3 Mar. 1972
ABC Show ID 138
Dick Cavett hosts; guests include model Veruschka von Lehndorff, blues musician B.B. King, humorist Mort Sahl, and football sportscaster Don Meredith.
8 Jun. 1972
Alfred Hitchcock
Dick Cavett spends 90 minutes with legendary film director Alfred Hitchcock in a 1972 interview. Hitch discusses cinema, his life and career, and explains how he pulled off some "ingenious" special effects in his movies. He also discusses actors, screen violence and how he enjoys watching an audience "dipping their toe in the cold water of fear." Included are clips from his films "Psycho," "The Birds" and "Frenzy."
12 Jun. 1972
Marlon Brando
Cavett interviews Brando and four Native American representatives.
7 Apr. 1974
Episode dated 7 April 1974
Lucille Ball discusses her upcoming film, Mame, and shows clips from I Love Lucy.

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