Katharine Hepburn on the Dick Cavett Show.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono two visit The Dick Cavett Show September 11, 1971.
The show is notable as the first American television interview John gave after the breakup of The Beatles. So comfortable were the Lennons that after the show was over they continued talking with Cavett.
John Lennon premieres the Imagine video.
RT ~60 minutes.
Legendary talk show host Dick Cavett joins John Fugelsang on "Viewpoint" to consider a recent Public Policy poll that found "Democrats trust everything except Fox, and Republicans don't trust anything other than Fox."
"They have, I think, one two many blondes whose hair looks breakable," Cavett says of Fox News.
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George Harrison on The Dick Cavett Show, 1971.
From the Dick Cavett Show, July 18, 1969.
Jimi Hendrix: a very interesting interview with Dick Cavett, with additional comments. Great stuff!
As a guest of Dick Cavett, here are a pair of Groucho Marx classics for you to rehearse and perform for your pater familias tomorrow: "Everybody Works But Father" and Father's Day.
This is the same show George Harrison was on, When he and Ravi were collaborating, I would guess.
From THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. September 18, 1972.
Truman Capote and Groucho Marx on The Dick Cavett Show, May 25, 1971.
Dan Rowan & Groucho Marx also talk about broad generic Groucho-imitationism.
From the Dick Cavett Show.
Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson demonstrates the styles of different piano players.
Two great American novelist trade insults on the Dick Cavett Show. Late 1970s/ early 1980s..?
The two notable prizefighters team up against the TV talk show host.
From The Dick Cavett Show. September 18, 1972. Interview and song. RT 6:08.