The Mike Douglas Show

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The Mike Douglas Show was an American daytime television talk show that was hosted by Mike Douglas. Initially, it aired only in Cleveland during much of its first two years, followed by expansion to Philadelphia and nationwide. read more

The Mike Douglas Show was an American daytime television talk show that was hosted by Mike Douglas. Initially, it aired only in Cleveland during much of its first two years, followed by expansion to Philadelphia and nationwide. It went into syndication in 1963 and remained on television until 1981. It was distributed by Westinghouse Broadcasting, and for much of its run, originated from studios of two of the company's TV stations in Cleveland and Philadelphia.

Original Release

12/11/1961

US Release

12/11/1961

Cast

Mike Douglas Himself - Host
Mike Douglas Self - Host
Ellie Frankel Sextet Themselves
Ellie Frankel Self - The Ellie Frankel Trio
Ellie Frankel Self
Ellie Frankel Sextet Themselves (as The Ellie Frankel Quintet)
David Brenner Himself - Comedian
Joyce Brothers Herself (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
Norm Crosby Himself - Comedian
Roger Miller Himself - Co-Host
(see additional cast & crew)
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# Title Air Date
1 Episode #20.1 Monday, 30 June 1980
2 Episode #20.2 Tuesday, 01 July 1980
3 Episode #20.3 Wednesday, 02 July 1980
4 Episode #20.4 Thursday, 03 July 1980
5 Episode #20.5 Friday, 04 July 1980
6 Episode #20.6 Monday, 07 July 1980
7 Episode #20.7 Tuesday, 08 July 1980
8 Episode #20.8 Wednesday, 09 July 1980
9 Episode #20.9 Thursday, 10 July 1980
10 Episode #20.10 Friday, 11 July 1980
11 Episode #20.11 Monday, 14 July 1980
12 Episode #20.12 Tuesday, 15 July 1980
13 Episode #20.13 Wednesday, 16 July 1980
14 Episode #20.14 Thursday, 17 July 1980
15 Episode #20.15 Friday, 18 July 1980
16 Episode #20.16 Monday, 21 July 1980
17 Episode #20.17 Tuesday, 22 July 1980
18 Episode #20.18 Wednesday, 23 July 1980
19 Episode #20.19 Thursday, 24 July 1980
20 Episode #20.20 Friday, 25 July 1980
21 Episode #20.21 Monday, 28 July 1980
22 Episode #20.22 Tuesday, 29 July 1980
23 Episode #20.23 Wednesday, 30 July 1980
24 Episode #20.24 Thursday, 31 July 1980
25 Episode #20.25 Friday, 01 August 1980
26 Episode #20.26 Monday, 04 August 1980
27 Episode #20.27 Tuesday, 05 August 1980
28 Episode #20.28 Wednesday, 06 August 1980
29 Episode #20.29 Thursday, 07 August 1980
30 Episode #20.30 Friday, 08 August 1980
43 Episode #20.43 Wednesday, 27 August 1980
46 Episode #20.46 Monday, 15 September 1980
47 Episode #20.47 Tuesday, 16 September 1980
48 Episode #20.48 Wednesday, 17 September 1980
49 Episode #20.49 Thursday, 18 September 1980
50 Episode #20.50 Friday, 19 September 1980
102 Dom DeLuise co-hosts; Guests: Carol Arthur, Rex Reed, Alex Haley, Lou Goldstein, Steve Spracklen, Michael Johnson
103 Episode #20.103 Monday, 01 December 1980
114 Lynda Carter co-hosts; Guests: James Galway, Ray Walston, Michael Keaton, Michelle Wright, Vic Braden, taped interview with Ingrid Bergman
120 The Lettermen co-hosts; Guests: Andy Gibb, the Amazing Kreskin, Steve McPeak, Bob Anderson, Claude Jarman, Dan Pastorini, Cecilia Chiang
149 Episode #20.149 Wednesday, 25 February 1981
155 Episode #20.155 Tuesday, 03 March 1981
183 Episode #20.183 Wednesday, 06 May 1981
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Directors

Ernest Sherry, Bob Loudin, Peter Calabrese, Arthur Forrest

Writers

Barry W. Blaustein, E.V. Di Massa Jr., Jerry Juhl

Cast

Mike Douglas Himself - Host
Mike Douglas Self - Host
Ellie Frankel Sextet Themselves
Ellie Frankel Self - The Ellie Frankel Trio
Ellie Frankel Self
Ellie Frankel Sextet Themselves (as The Ellie Frankel Quintet)
David Brenner Himself - Comedian
Joyce Brothers Herself (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
Norm Crosby Himself - Comedian
Roger Miller Himself - Co-Host
Louis Nye Himself - Co-Host
Buddy Greco Himself - Co-Host
Pat Cooper Himself - Comedian
Sergio Franchi Himself - Co-Host
Enzo Stuarti Himself - Vocalist
Sandy Baron Himself
Ron Carey Himself - Comedian
Sammy Davis Jr. Himself - Co-Host
Soupy Sales Himself - Co-Host
Kreskin Himself - the Amazing Kreskin

Producers

Roger Ailes Executive Producer
Forrest Fraser Executive Producer
Larry Rosen Producer
E.V. Di Massa Jr. Producer
Roger Ailes Producer
Burt Dubrow Producer
Woody Fraser Producer

Editors

Becky Greenlaw, Gary Nestra

1973EmmyOutstanding Program Achievement in Daytime Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Daytime Programming - Programs Nominated
1967EmmyProgram and Individual Achievements in Daytime Programming - Programs Nominated
1967EmmyProgram and Individual Achievements in Daytime Programming - Individuals Won
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