The Dick Cavett Show

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The Dick Cavett Show was the title of several talk shows hosted by Dick Cavett on various television networks, including:ABC daytime, originally titled This Morning ABC prime time, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays ABC late night CBS prime time, Saturdays... read more

The Dick Cavett Show was the title of several talk shows hosted by Dick Cavett on various television networks, including:ABC daytime, originally titled This Morning ABC prime time, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays ABC late night CBS prime time, Saturdays PBS, early evenings, weeknights USA Network prime time ABC late night, Tuesdays & Wednesday nights CNBC TCM (2006–2007)

Original Release

03/04/1968 on ABC

Cast

Dick Cavett Himself - Host
Bobby Rosengarden Himself - Bandleader
Leigh French
Dick Cavett
Fred Foy Himself - Announcer (voice)
Rex Reed Himself - Guest
Tony Randall Himself
F. Lee Bailey Himself
Dudley Moore Himself - Guest
Edmonds and Curley Themselves
(see additional cast & crew)
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# Title Air Date
1 Paul Simon, Anthony Burgess, Barbara Howar, Jerzy Kosinski Thursday, 05 September 1974
7 David Bowie Thursday, 05 December 1974
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Directors

David Barnhizer, John Howard

Writers

David Axlerod, Tom Whedon, Jim Mulholland, David Lloyd, Robert Cunniff, Raymond Siller, Sandra Harmon, David Lloyd

Cast

Dick Cavett Himself - Host
Bobby Rosengarden Himself - Bandleader
Leigh French
Dick Cavett
Fred Foy Himself - Announcer (voice)
Rex Reed Himself - Guest
Tony Randall Himself
F. Lee Bailey Himself
Dudley Moore Himself - Guest
Edmonds and Curley Themselves
Mort Sahl Himself - Guest
John Kerry Himself
Sugar Ray Robinson Himself
Henry Morgan Himself
Woody Allen Himself
Mel Brooks Himself - Guest
Diana Rigg Herself - Guest
Pat McCormick Himself
Victor Buono Himself
James Mason Himself - Guest

Producers

1975 Emmy Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement Nominated
1974 Emmy Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement Won
1973 Emmy Outstanding Variety Musical Series Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Variety Series - Talk Won
1971 Emmy Outstanding Variety Series - Talk Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Variety or Musical Series Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Daytime Programming - Programs Won
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