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Dick Cavett interviews the newsmakers and celebrities of the day.
  • B.B. King

    Episode 3 - 61 mins
    Ruby Dee; George Peppard; B.B. King; Dr. Bergen.
  • Sammy Davis Jr.

    Episode 4 - 47 mins
    Anissa Jones discusses disliking her freckles; Garrick Ohlsson discusses what makes a good piano.
  • Alice Walker

    Episode 5 - 23 mins
    Guest star Alice Walker.
  • James Brown

    Episode 6 - 25 mins
    James Brown discusses his musical influences, his memories of the business, and his legacy.
  • Quincy Jones

    Episode 7 - 24 mins
    Guest star Quincy Jones.
  • James Earl Jones: Part 1

    Episode 8 - 22 mins
    Guest star James Earl Jones.
  • James Earl Jones: Part 2

    Episode 9 - 25 mins
    Guest star James Earl Jones.
  • Redd Foxx

    Episode 14 - 50 mins
    Richard Attenborough discusses how being typecast lead to directing; Redd Foxx does stand-up.
  • Shirley Chisholm

    Episode 21 - 40 mins
    Guest star Shirley Chisholm.

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