Dick Cavett as

Episodes 33

Complete live performances of "Izabella", "Machine Gun", and "Hear My Train A Comin'. Jimi's insightful interviews with Cavett touched upon a variety of personal and professional issues ranging from his stint as a US Army paratrooper to his celebrated rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner" at the Woodstock Festival. These conversations with Cavett helped reveal the humor, passion, and intelligence of the man behind such rock classics as Are You Experienced and Electric Ladyland.

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Jean-Luc Godard

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests director Robert Downey, dancer-actress Gwen Verdon, playwright Garson Kanin and musician Jimi Hendrix.

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Taped the day after the Woodstock festival ended, host Dick Cavett welcomed several big name acts that had just performed there, some still covered with mud. Recorded 'in the round' with a youthful audience, this show is a true time capsule of the time. Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests Jefferson Airplane, singer Joni Mitchell and singer-musicians Stephen Stills and David Crosby. Highlights: Jefferson Airplane perform "We Can Be Together" and "Somebody to Love". Stephen Stills performs "4 + 20". Joni sings "Chelsea Morning".

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Episode 43

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September 2, 1969

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Groucho Marx

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September 5, 1969

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests Groucho Marx. Highlights: Groucho reminisces with anecdotes, ad libs, and demonstrates his singing prowess...a style all its own performing "Lydia".

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September 9, 1969

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests actor and star of Marcus Welby MD Robert Young, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and musician Jimi Hendrix.

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September 19, 1969

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests director Woody Allen, actress Ruth Gordon and film star Gina Lollobridgida.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests producer Mel Brooks, film critic Rex Reed, actors Mark Frechette and Daria Halprin and Dr. Aaron Stern.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests actress Debbie Reynolds, tennis great Pancho Gonzales, Senator and Mrs. Fred Harris of Oklahoma and the band Sly and the Family Stone.

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Orson Welles

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July 27, 1970

Host Dick Cavett welcomes his only guest actor-writer-director Orson Welles.

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August 3, 1970

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests legendary actress Gloria Swanson, rocker Janis Joplin, actress Margot Kidder and author Dave Megessey. Highlights: Janis Joplin performs "My Baby" with the Full Tilt Boogie and "Half Moon".

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder, actress Elsa Lancaster, actor Alain Delon and Country singer-musician Tex Ritter. Highlights: Stevie sings "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" and "I Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer".

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September 21, 1970

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests actors John Cassavetes, Peter Falk and Ben Gazzara. All were starring together in the film "Husbands".

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Robert Mitchum

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April 29, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes his only guest actor Robert Mitchum.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests comedian Groucho Marx, author Truman Capote and zoologist Jim Fowler.

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August 2, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests director Ingmar Bergman and actress Bibi Andersson. Filmed in Stockholm.

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September 11, 1971

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September 21, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes his only guests singer-songwriter John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

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Fred Astaire

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October 13, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes solo guest singer-dancer-actor Fred Astaire.

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Woody Allen

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October 20, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes solo guest director Woody Allen who plays the clarinet.

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Bette Davis

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November 17, 1971

Dick interviews legendary actress Bette Davis. The two-time Oscar winner reads a scene (with Dick) from "Dark Victory" (1939) and sings, "They're Either Too Young or Too Old" and "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte". Reflecting on a 43 year career, Miss Davis comments on notables like Errol Flynn ("He thought I was a fool for working so hard") and Greta Garbo ("It's my dying ambition to meet her") and recites her favorite line: "I'd love to kiss you, but I just washed my hair." Also Whitney Stine, author of a recent Davis biography.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests singer-songwriter-musician George Harrison, musician Ravi Shankar and Gary Wright & the Wonderwheel.

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December 16, 1971

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests actor-comedian Groucho Marx, actress Debbie Reynolds, comedian Dan Rowan and Erin Fleming.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests directors Mel Brooks, Frank Capra, Robert Altman and Peter Bogdanovich.

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John Huston

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February 21, 1972

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guest director John Huston.

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Alfred Hitchcock

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June 8, 1972

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" & "Frenzy".

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Marlon Brando

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June 12, 1973

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests actor Marlon Brando, tribal leader Sam Cagey, Dr. Wallace Heath, Dennis Limberhand and Mervin Wright.

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October 2, 1973

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests Academy Award winning actress Katharine Hepburn in Part One of a two-part interview.

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October 3, 1973

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guest legendary actress Katharine Hepburn in Part 2 of his interview.

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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests singer-songwriter Paul Simon, poet-playwright Anthony Burgess, actress Barbara Howar, novelist Jerzy Kosinski and the Jessy Dixon Singers.

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David Bowie

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December 5, 1974

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests British actor Roy Dotrice and rocker David Bowie. Highlights: David performs "1984" and "Young Americans." Dick interviews David, then David performs "Footstompin'." The other number "Can You Hear Me" was not televised. Dotrice presents portions of his one-man show "Brief Lives" in which he portrays 17th century diarist John Aubrey.

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