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John Lennon and Yoko Ono appeared on The Dick Cavett Show three times. Clearly, they enjoyed their time with Cavett as these television interviews stand out as their most relaxed and in-depth. The show which aired on September 11, 1971 (taped three days prior) is noted as Lennon's first American on-camera interview post Beatles dissolution. After the taping of that show ended, John and Yoko remained on
set and continued their interview with Cavett while the cameras remained rolling. These interview segments were later woven into the show which aired two weeks later, on September 24th. During their first visit with Cavett, John and Yoko promised the host they'd return to perform; they honored that promise for the show that aired May 12th, each performing one song.

Running time: +/- 4 hours
Long regarded as TV’s most intelligent talk show, The Dick Cavett Show was also the late-night TV home of the biggest names in music. Cavett so enjoyed talking with Ray Charles that he had him on the show three times, including one where he was Cavett’s
only guest. In this collection, Ray speaks candidly about his life and career and performs many of his hit songs.

Features 14 Live Performances including: “Georgia On My Mind”, “Born To Lose”, “I Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Eleanor Rigby”, and “America The Beautiful”.

Running time: +/- 3.75 hours
Long regarded as TV's most intelligent talk show, The Dick Cavett Show was also the late-night TV home of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll. See Dick Cavett interview these rock icons, who give classic, memorable performances of their hit songs.

Featuring: David Bowie, David Crosby, George Harrison, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell, Ravi Shankar, Paul Simon, Sly And The Family Stone, Stephen Stills, Stevie Wonder and Gary Wright.

Running time: +/- 9 hours
Before there was Dick Cavett the talk show host, there was Dick Cavett the comedian. Cavett's early career as a writer for Jack Paar and Johnny Carson naturally led him into the world of stand-up comedy, where his contemporaries were the likes of Woody Allen and Bill Cosby. Cavett would later welcome both to The Dick Cavett Show. But Cavett's comedian guests were by no means limited to his contemporaries. Cavett developed warm personal relationships with people like Groucho Marx, Bob Hope and Jack Benny. These great raconteurs and storytellers had some of their finest moments in Cavett's studio, where they found a unique forum that didn't necessarily require them to be funny. But of course they simply couldn't be anything else.

12 Episodes Featuring: Woody Allen, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Carol Burnett, Mel Brooks, George Burns, Bill Cosby, Bob Hope, Jerry Lewis, Groucho Marx, and The Smothers Brothers.

Running time: +/- 14 hours
Comedians, politicians and rock stars all graced The Dick Cavett Show stage, but the audience favorites were often the movie stars. And when the guests were greats like Fred Astaire, Bette Davis, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum and Orson Welles, Cavett often devoted the full 90 minutes to them. In the case of Katharine Hepburn, the interview went so well that it required two full 90 minute shows.

12 Episodes Featuring: Katharine Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Bette Davis, Groucho Marx, Debbie Reynolds, Kirk Douglas, Alfred Hitchcock, Marlon Brando, Mel Brooks, Frank Capra, Robert Altman, Peter Bogdanovich, Robert Mitchum, John Huston and Orson Welles.

Running time: +/- 14 hours
The groundbreaking late night talk program The Tomorrow Show (boasting 3 Emmy® nominations) brings together some key figures and musical icons of the flower power generation in one amazing DVD: The Tomorrow Show - Tom Snyder's Electric Kool-Aid Talk Show.

Includes captivating interviews with Tom Snyder and: The Grateful Dead, Dr. Timothy Leary, Ken Kesey (author of “One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest”), Tom Wolfe (author of “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test”).

Includes Four Live Performances By The Grateful Dead Available For The First Time EVER On DVD!!! On The Road Again, Cassidy, Dire Wolf, Deep Elem Blues.

Feature running time: +/- 1 hour, 29 minutes.
As the popularity of punk and new wave in the ‘70s and ‘80s took flight, the groundbreaking late-night talk program The Tomorrow Show (boasting 3 Emmy® nominations), hosted by Tom Snyder, welcomed many of the key figures of the genre.

Now on DVD for the first time ever, 2 discs worth of explosive live performances and revealing interviews from the forefathers of the punk and new wave movement, such as:

The Ramones, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, John Lydon (OF THE SEX PISTOLS AND PiL), Joan Jett, The Jam, Patti Smith, The Plasmatics and more!

Feature running time: +/- 300 minutes