Steve Martin tells Johnny Carson he has to leave on The Tonight Show in 1978.
Ellen DeGeneres' first stand-up performance and trip to the couch on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1986.
Bette Midler sings "One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)" on the penultimate episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
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Fred Rogers talks with Joan Rivers on the Tonight Show. This special clip is from 1983
From the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
Budweiser commercial - 12/31/1965
Johnny discusses the Tonight Show's Emmy competition.
Johnny Carson: Photo Sketch, Gypsy Rose Leroy
Joe Frazier asks Johnny to try to hit him in the face on "The Tonight Show."
Johnny as King Tut in a Mighty Carson Art Players sketch on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Stevie Ray Vaughan performs "Tightrope" live on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1990.
Charlie kills on this October 5 1971 episode of "The Tonight Show'", hosted by the one and only Johnny Carson.
From the mid-60s, throughout the seventies this entertaining comedian was on television shows often. This was up until Johnny Carson got upset at him and banned him from his show while being aired. A guests worst fear. What happened? Well, it seems that 'ole Charlie wasn't funny in front of the audience, and in an attempt to get a cheap laugh, he pushed Carson deiiberately. That was a wrong move for Charlie. Johnny later proved to Callas that the shove would be a big mistake for the rest of their friendship. This non-shoving moment is from the first week of October 1971.
Interview segment with Johnny doing a magic trick for a child guest.
Segment with Johnny spoofing Karl Malden and the old American Express Travelers Checks commercials.
Another recurring segment from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Typical 1970's boffo insult humor.