The Joe Pyne Show (1965–1967)

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Joe Pyne was a talk-show host with a confrontational style who often had guests on his show with whom he disagreed politically and/or philosophically. If the "discussion" got too heated, Pyne would often throw the guest off the show.

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Joe Pyne was a talk-show host with a confrontational style who often had guests on his show with whom he disagreed politically and/or philosophically. If the "discussion" got too heated, Pyne would often throw the guest off the show.

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A No-Holds-Barred Interview Show
2 January 2003 | by (Maryland) – See all my reviews

My recollection of Joe Pyne is his pleasant, charismatic demeanor and biting, to the point questions. I vividly recall his interviews with the likes of Lester Maddox and other politically charged figures. In the days of his reign it was not uncommon for the interviewee to become upset to the point of walking off the show.

It has been nearly 40 years since the Joe Pyne Show. The show was sort of a cross between Larry King, Don Imus and 60 Minutes.


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