The Dick Cavett Show Season 6

Season 6

The Dick Cavett Show Season 6

First Air Date: September 21, 1971

First Aired on    :   1971
Episodes    :   11 episodes



Episodes

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6x174 Alfred Hitchcock (June 08, 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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6x170 John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Shirley MacLaine (May 11, 1972)



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6x100 John Huston (February 21, 1972)


Host Dick Cavett welcomes guest director John Huston.


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6x79 Frank Capra, Mel Brooks, Robert Altman, Peter Bogdanovich (January 21, 1972)


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


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6x56 Groucho Marx, Erin Fleming (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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6x55 George Burns, author Adelle Davis and The Smothers Brothers (December 15, 1971)



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6x42 George Harrison, Mick Jones, Gary Wright & Wonderwheel, Ravi Shankar (November 23, 1971)


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


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6x39 Bette Davis (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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6x23 Woody Allen (October 20, 1971)


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


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6x19 Fred Astaire (October 13, 1971)


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


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6x06 John Lennon & Yoko Ono (September 21, 1971)


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




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