Guests: "Password" host Allen Ludden (today's co-host); Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara comedy team; film producer Hall Bartlett; country band The Wright Brothers; and "The Energy Crisis" co-authors Dr. Lawrence Rocks and Dr. Richard Runyon.
Mike's guests are co-host Victor Borge; sportscasters Howard Cosell, Don Meredith and Frank Gifford; TV personality Virginia Graham; classical pianist Sahan Arzruni; circus acrobats The Bumpy Family; and Mexican musicians Fiesta Folklorico.
Julie Nixon Eisenhower begins her week as co-host. Joining her are vocal group The Manhattan Transfer, singer Robert Goulet, journalist-author William F. Buckley, comedian Pat Henry, and mentalist The Amazing Kreskin.
Guests: Julie Nixon Eisenhower (co-host), actor Charlton Heston, comedian Gabriel Kaplan, musicians The Hudson Brothers, singer Morgana King, actress Eileen Letchworth ("All My Children"), futurist Herman Kahn, and bicyclists The Clementis.
Richard Nixon's daughter, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, continues as Mike's co-host. The other guests are actor Charlton Heston, singers Frankie Avalon and Fabian, comedian David Brenner, and sports odds-maker Jimmy the Greek.
Guests are Julie Nixon Eisenhower (co-host); Kenny Rogers and the First Edition; actor Patrick Wayne; baseball legend Leo Durocher; National State Bank of NJ chairwoman Mary G. Roebling; and National Consumer Congress president Ellen Zawel.
Julie Nixon Eisenhower is joined by husband David Eisenhower. Other guests are the rock-soul-funk trio Labelle; singer Kelly Garrett; TV personalities Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows; newsman Edwin Newman; and psychologist Dr. William Ofman.
Guests: Singer-songwriter Paul Williams (co-host), actor Art Carney, French singer Charles Aznavour, Dr. C. Everett Koop (surgeon who separated Siamese twins), Farida Rodriguez (the Siamese twin's mother), and Diana Zienmock (interpreter).
Mike's guests are songwriter Paul Williams (co-host), actor Peter Lawford, opera singer Beverly Sills, song parodist Professor Peter Schickele, author Dr. Stephen Plagemann, and super slingshot inventor Ken Samples.
Guests: Paul Williams (co-host); pop group ABBA; baseball legend Willie Mays; actress Jessica Harper; singing duo Sandler and Young; author Ann Morton; and Daniel Ellsberg (former military analyst who released the "Pentagon Papers").
The guests include Paul Williams (concluding his week as co-host), vocal group The Stylistics, mime Marcel Marceau, singer Anne Murray, and actress Sylvia Miles. Terese Lasser, founder of Reach for Recovery, discusses breast cancer.
Russian broadcaster Joseph Adamov and tenor Ivan Scurglekov are seen in footage taped in Moscow. In Philadelphia, sportscaster Jim McKay; Milton Rudo and Hal Meyers of Brunswick Corp.; and filmmakers Mert Koplin and Charles Grinker guest.
Mike's guests are actress Cicely Tyson (co-host for the week), singer-composer Harry Chapin, humorist Henry Morgan, US congresswoman Bella Abzug, author Frederic Storaska, and Pat Nicholson (coordinator for Women Organized Against Rape).
Guests: Cicely Tyson (co-host), actors Elizabeth Ashley and Keir Dullea, attorney F. Lee Bailey, make-up artist Stan Williams, 105-year-old composer Pearl Williams, rape survivor Susan Anderson, and NYC Police Lt. Many Keefe.
Mike's guests are Cicely Tyson (co-host), vocal group The Manhattan Transfer, the comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, actress-model Lauren Hutton, fashion designer Scott Barrie, poet-activist Nikki Giovanni, and Tony Soda Jr.
Guests: The Hudson Brothers (co-hosts); Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.); jazz singer Cleo Laine and her husband, musician John Dankworth; actors Fred Williamson and Scott Fisher, and Wrist Wrestling Championship director Neil Frieze.
The Hudson Brothers (co-hosts), singer Minnie Riperton, actor-dancer Bobby Van and his wife Elaine Joyce, former press secretary Jerald terHorst, and paddle ball champ Randy Brown. Mike continues his interview with Senator Edward Kennedy.
Mike's co-hosts are Masters and Johnson (research team of William Masters and Virginia Johnson). Also appearing are actors Eli Wallach and his wife Anne Jackson, Patty Duke Astin and her husband John Astin, and Susan Strasberg.
Guests: William Masters and Virginia Johnson (co-hosts); actress Susan Strasberg; actress Patty Duke Astin and her husband, actor John Astin; and actor Bill Mooney (of TV's "All My Children") and his wife, Valorie.
Mike's co-hosts for the week are TV game show hosts. Today's co-host is Gene Rayburn of "Match Game." Also featured: actor Richard Dawson, actress Brett Somers, actress Anne Jackson, singer Julie DeJohn, and the Ebony Fashion Fair.
Richard Pryor begins his week as co-host. Also: Actor George C. Scott and his wife actress Trish Van DeVere; comedian Milton Berle; Juliette Whittaker (Pryor's childhood mentor); and Victor the Wrestling Bear with trainer Tuffy Truesdale.
Guests: Richard Pryor (co-host), singer Harry Belafonte, the Electric Light Orchestra, actress Sally Kellerman, and MPAA president Jack Valenti. Mike continues his interview with George C. Scott and Scott's actress-wife Trish Van DeVere.
Richard Pryor concludes his week as co-host. Also appearing: entertainer Sammy Davis Jr.; Olympic gymnasts Olga Korbut and Cathy Rigby; actor-author Charles McGregor; and Richard Pryor's grandmother, Marie Carter Bryant.