MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW DVDS
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW ULTIMATE 80 DVD COLLECTION…
MIX OF FULL SHOWS AND MUSIC COMPILATIONS ..excellent picture , some clips or shows have time stamps
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 1 10/4/66 WITH OZZIE & HARRIET, RICK NELSON and REST OF FAMILY and MISS SHANI WALLIS, DON WILSON, ARLEN SPECTER. 90 minutes, director's cut, black & white, very good / excellent picture.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 2 2/24/67 DIRECTORS CUT WITH CO-HOST MOLLY PICON, THE TEMPTATIONS, JOHN RAITT. 90 minutes, vg with slight grain.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 3 2/26/69 DIRECTORS CUT WITH CO-HOST WILLIAM SHATNER, GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS, CRAIG STEVENS & ALEXIS SMITH, SELMA DIAMOND, GRACIE MARKAY. 90 minutes, very good picture, color.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 4 10/22/69 DIRECTORS CUT WITH CO-HOST SOUPY SALES, MUHAMMAD ALI, JOE FRAZIER, MARTHA REEVES and THE VANDELLAS, MARY LAWRENCE, STAN KAHN. 90 minutes, good picture, color, a little grainy.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 5 7/20/70 WITH CO-HOSTS BOBBY DARIN & LITTLE RICHARD, WILLIE TYLER & LESTER, JANE TRAHEY. 90 minutes, vg with slight grain, time stamp on bottom of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 6 4/15/71 outdoor show on location from International University San Diego California DIRECTORS CUT WITH RICK NELSON, GEORGE CARLIN, LINDA RONSTADT & SWAMP WATER, CHUCK BERRY, DR. JONAS SALK, JOE HARNELL & THE BAND. 72 minutes, excellent / crystal picture, time stamp on bottom.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 7 9/5/74 with CO-HOSTS FOR THE WEEK THE POINTER SISTERS and THE HAPPY DAYS CAST. 60 minutes, excellent / crystal picture.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 8 1974 with CO-HOST MARTHA MITCHELL and DICK SHAWN, OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN, MART HEARST. Excellent picture, "home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 9 8/11/76 WITH CO-HOST FOR THE WEEK DANNY THOMAS and ALAN KING, MASON REESE. 40 minutes, excellent picture.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 10 11/10/76 15th ANNIVERSARY SHOW with CO-HOST JIMMIE WALKER, OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN AT HER RANCH, FRED ASTAIRE, GENE KELLY, PAUL ANKA, SAMMY CAHN, VAN MCCOY, and DAVID GROH. "Home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 11 7/20/77 with CO-HOST RICHARD THOMAS and THE CAST OF THE NEW HIT MOVIE STAR WARS: CARRIE FISHER, MARK HAMILL and HARRISON FORD; also PETE ROSE, TOM SEAVER, SINGER BILLY PAUL and MIME TROUPE MUMMENSCHANZ. 64 minutes, crystal.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 12 1977 ON THE SET OF "GREASE" with OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN, JOHN TRAVOLTA and ALAN CARR; also ROBERT WAGNER and ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK. Excellent, crystal picture, "Home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 13 1978 LAS VEGAS WITH CO-HOST BURT REYNOLDS, DOM DeLUISE, OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN, KENNY ROGERS. Excellent, crystal picture, "Home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 14 1979 with CO-HOST JEFF CONAWAY, OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN, MOE HOWARD, BYRON ALLEN, GEORGE SHEARING, DR. ART ULENE. Excellent, crystal picture, "Home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 15 - 4/1/69 WITH CO-HOST SHIRLEY BASSEY, GLENN FORD, HAL FRAZER and THE BEACH BOYS. 90 minutes, excellent picture. ALSO INCLUDES a very grainy episode of a TV series called "Never Too Young - Castaways", 30 minutes. Total disc 120 minutes.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 16 7/3/69 WITH CO-HOST JAMES BROWN, MICHEY ROONEY, PETER DUCHIN, MARVA WHITNEY, ERMA BOMBECK. Excellent picture, 90 minutes. ALSO INCLUDES AN EPISODE OF USA SERIES SOMETHING ELSE - WITH HOST JOHN BYNER, GUESTS RICK NELSON, THE CUFFLICKS, SUSAN BARRETT, HAMILTON CAMP. Darkish picture, very watchable, partial show, 22 minutes.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 17 ---COMPILATION 1969 MISC MUSIC CLIPS 90 minutes, menu with select option, most clips are crystal, some with time stamps. ELECTRIC PRUNES (2), RASPBERRIES (2), MOBY GRAPE (2), COWSILLS (2), BEACY BOYS (2), TURTLES (2), 1st EDITION (2), VANILLA FUDGE (2), LEMON PIPERS (2), and BOX TOPS (2).
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 18 MOE HOWARD COMPILATION 1973 MOE HOWARD (3 Stooges) COMPILATION from 1973 WITH TED KNIGHT, SOUPY SALES and JULIE NEWMAR. 60 minutes, vg with slight grain, "home viewing show only" at top of screen.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 19 12/9/76 15th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION with CO-HOST JIMMIE WALKER, DONNY and MARIE OSMOND, KENNY ROGERS, FRANK ZAPPA, ELAYNE BOOSLER. Menu with event select, crystal picture, 63 minutes. ALSO INCLUDES A MIDNIGHT SPECIAL FROM 3/4/77, with HOST KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND, GORDON LIGHTFOOT, HEART, ABBA. 42 minutes, very good / excellent picture. Total disc is 105 minutes.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 20 1966-1967 Simon & Garfunkel 1/10/66, Lou Christie 3/8/66, The Standells 5/27/66, Freddie & The Dreamers 8/22/66, Miriam Makeba 8/22/66, Rick Nelson 10/14/66, Gary & The Hornets 11/14/66, Stevie Wonder 1/5/67, The Cavemen 1/12/67, The Animals 2/12/67, The Temptations 2/24/67, The Young Rascals 3/3/67 (Timing Code on lower screen)102 mins Ex-/Vg+.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 21 1968-1969 2014-02-18 Marvin Gaye 3/7/68, Martha & The Vandellas 1 2/28/68, James Brown 1/2/69, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles 2/12/69, Gladys Knight & the Pips 2/26/69, Vanilla Fudge 3/4/69, New Colony Six 3/4/69, The Beach Boys 4/9/69, The Turtles 4/29/69, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap 5/19/69, The First Edition 6/25/69 (some have Timing Code on lower screen) 110 mins Vg+.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 22 1969 - 1970 Stevie Wonder 8/20/69, Andy Kim 8/21/69, The Peppermint Rainbow 8/27/69, Jay & the Americans, Lesley Gore, Joe Cocker 11/20/69, The Box Tops 12/5/69, Linda Ronstadt 12/17/69, James Brown 12/30/69, James Taylor 6/11/70.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 23 1972-1974 Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose 72, The New Seekers 1/22/73, The Raspberries 11/12/73, Harry Chapin 2/14/74, The Bee Gees 2/25/74, Kiss 3/29/74, Sly Stone 7/16 + 17 + 18/74, The O'Jays 7/16/74, 110 mins Vg+.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 24 1975-77 The Bee Gees 8/21/75, Edgar Winter 12/12/75, Bay City Rollers 4/23/76, Chaka Khan 4/23/76, Billy Joel 8/9/76, 4/23/76, Michelle Phillips 8/24/76, Tom Waits 11/19/76, Brian Wilson 12/8/76, Patti smith 1/19/77, The Jacksons 1/19/77, Stevie Wonder 2/15/77 (some have Timing Code on lower screen) Mike Douglas Show Compile #7 1975 - 77 121 mins Ex-/Vg+.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW MUSICAL COMPILATION VOLUME 25 - THERE ARE 5 PARTS TO THIS DVD THE ROLLING STONES 6/25/64 ....one their earliest usa tv appearances (even before ed sullivan!), blk & white, excellent picture, small time stamp on bottom... oh carol, tell me (you're coming back), not fade away... PLUS SAM THE SHAM & THE PHARAOHS (mike douglas show): woolly bully, twist and shout, ju ju hand... PLUS SHIRLEY ELLIS (mike douglas show): nitty gritty, such a night... PLUS NEIL DIAMOND appearance on some sort of french tv show: done too soon, i am, i said, cracklin rosie, sweet caroline (partial), holly holy... PLUS HERB ALPERT & THE TIJUANA BRASS some sort of tv special / not sure if this part of mike douglas show or not... (do not know exact info) the lonely bull, what now my love, up cherry street, flamingo
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 26 1974 - NOT FULL SHOW - 21 MINUTES --SHOWS WITH BEE GEES
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 27 MOMENTS AND MEMORIES ---- Before there was Oprah or Dr. Phil or Ellen, or any of these people, there was Mike Douglas.- - Jay Leno, remembering Mike Douglas on The Tonight Show Legendary daytime talk show host Mike Douglas influenced many of today's biggest stars, including Barbara Walters, Jay Leno, Regis Philbin, and Rosie O'Donnell, among many others. He ruled daytime talk from 1961 to 1982, reaching as many as 15 million people with a single show and averaging an astounding seven million viewers a day. MOMENTS AND MEMORIES takes a look back at Douglas' tenure as talk-show-host extraordinaire. The program unlocks a plethora of amazing performances and interviews from the show's vaults, including Tiger Woods' first appearance on television and Marlon Brando's personal commentary on his role as The Godfather. Douglas' charming disposition drew in the viewers while also setting his high-profile guests at ease. Almost every major celebrity who hit it big in the 60s and 70s appeared on the show either as a guest or co-host. John Lennon and Yoko Ono co-hosted the program for a week in 1972, producing several poignant and memorable moments such as the duo's live performance of Imagine and their collaboration with Chuck Berry on the rock n roll classic Johnny B. Goode. A 2- year-old Tiger Woods also charmed the crowds like a seasoned performer, showcasing his early talent for golf while unknowingly matching wits with comedic heavyweight Bob Hope. Priceless moments like these captured the hearts and imaginations of viewers throughout the country. But it was Douglas' innate charm that endeared him to his fans. He frequently sang on the show, crooning out classic numbers like The Men in My Little Girl s Life. Douglas also kept the show light-hearted and entertaining, frequently choosing silly and outlandish stunts to make his audience laugh. Throughout the course of the program, Douglas wrestles with Andre the Giant, talks to a chimpanzee and clowns around with a variety of comedians. MIKE DOUGLAS MOMENTS AND MEMORIES gathers all these clips and more, taking viewers back to a bygone era filled with all the fun outfits, hairstyles, songs and attitudes of the 60s and 70s. 1. Opening 2. Getting Started with Ginny Simms and Kay Kyser 3. Cinderella 4. A New Show in Cleveland 5. The Rolling Stones 6. Mike and Legendary Entertainers (Alfred Hitchcock, Rodney Dangerfield, Bette Davis, Mel Brooks, Paul Newman, Jack Benny, Marlon Brando, Ingrid Bergman, Bill Cosby, Carol Burnett, Ron Howard) 7. Domestic Olympics (Mariette Hartley and Don Rickles) 8. Tiger Woods and Bob Hope 9. Newsmakers and Newsbreakers (Della Reese, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Mike Wallace, Billie Jean King, Mother Teresa) 10. Time for Fun (Robert Goulet, Muhammad Ali & Howard Cosell, Joi Lansing & Dennis Day, Dom DeLuise, Red Skelton , Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sally Field) 11. A Week with John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Imagine, Bobby Seale, George Carlin, Jerry Rubin, Ralph Nader, Chuck Berry) 12. Introducing New Talent (Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley of KISS, Billy Crystal, Lily Tomlin, Steve Martin, George Carlin, Jay Leno, David Letterman) 13. Let's Have a Party! (Bob Hope, Tim Conway, Allen & Rossi, Dolly Parton, Professor Irwin Corey, Sammy Davis, Jr.) 14. Singing with Mike (Bill Cosby, Vic Damone, Louis Armstrong & Pearl Bailey, Bobby Darin) 15. The Men in My Little Girl's Life Bonus Features and Clips: Mike Douglas Biography Ingrid Bergman Alex Haley Mike Douglas John Lennon and Yoko Ono Tim Conway Paul Newman Johnny Cash Ron Howard Alfred Hitchcock Mother Teresa Produced by Mats Ogren Wanger
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOWS VOLUME 28-30 3 DVD JOHN LENNON "MIKE DOUGLAS WEEK" john & yoko co-hosted for 5 days in row, 350 minutes, excellent / crystal... ALL 5 SHOWS IN FULL... menu with show select, guests include: SHOW 1: louis nye, ralph nader, the chambers brothers; SHOW 2: dr jesse steinfeld, jerry rubin, barbara loden, yellow pearl; SHOW 3: chuck berry, joseph blatchford, hilary redleaf, david rosenboom; SHOW 4: vivian reed, ace trucking co. , bobby seal, marsha martin, donald williams; SHOW 5: george carlin, rena uviller, dr gary e schwartz.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 31 -THE 1960'S COMPILATION full shows --95 minutes, with wayne fontana and the mindbenders, joan rivers, margaret o'brien, the beau brummels, pearl bailey, louie bellson, simon & garfunkle, sam the sham, vic damone, barbara walters ---full shows, looks like mid 60's, sharp crisp blk & white, small time stamp on bottom plus tele-957 mid screen to right
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 32 WITH ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY 1 DVD The Mike Douglas Show 90 mins November 4, 1966 - with time code. Elizabeth Montgomery Guest & Present for most of the show. Co-host is Cesar Romero; British comedy team Ullet & Hendra; David Merrick on Broadway’s "Holly Golightly," Abe Burrows; pre-teen rock band Gary & The Hornets; VG+. PLUS VERY RARE 1965 ABC Fall Preview Special with Elizabeth Montgomery & Dick York as Samantha & Darin as the Co-Hosts of the Special with additional ABC Bewitched Promos for Season 2 in them. Also featured - Inger Stevens, Forrest Tucker, Sally Field, Gene Barry, Burl Ives, Anne Francis, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Previews such series as "Twelve O’Clock High," "Legend of Jesse James" (Christopher Jones), "Man Called Shenandoah" (Robert Horton), "Farmer’s Daughter," "Ben Casey," "Combat," "McHale’s Navy," "F-Troop", "Peyton Place," "The Fugitive," "Ozzie & Harriet," "Patty Duke Show," "Gidget", "Big Valley," "Shindig," "Donna Reed Show," "Ok, Crackerby," "The Long Hot Summer," "The Flintstones," "Tammy," "Addams Family," "Honey West," "Jimmy Dean Show," "Lawrence Welk," "Hollywood Palace," "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea," G; plus CBS This Morning, Jan. 24, 1990 and May 12, 1992, Elizabeth Montgomery appearances plus Interview with Dennis Miller on his Talk show by Liz & Bob Foxworth.
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW VOLUME 33 - CO HOST PATTI DUKE - 7/11/67
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 34
Louis Armstrong is the co-host for this episode and the whole week. Guests include Professor Backwards, actress Erin O'Brien, Magician Peter Pitt and Dr. Henry Crawford with The Smoking Report. In black and white. Commercials have been edited out. 75 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 35
Mike Douglas, with guest co-host Frankie Laine, and guests Totie Fields, Morey Amsterdam, Robert Horton, and January Jones. Songs performed are, "On The Sunnyside Of The Street", "Shine", "Moonlight Gambler" "That's My Desire" "Go On With Your Dancing" and "By The River St, Marie". In black and white. About an hour and 15 minutes, commercials have been edited out. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 36
Mike Douglas, with co-host Frankie Laine, and guests Dolores Grey, Jerry Lester and Cecil B. Smith (author of "Read And Succeed"). The show opens with a Broadway melody of songs. In black and white. About an hour and 15 minutes, commercials have been edited out. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 37
Frankie Laine concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are actress-singer-model Fran Jeffries, Ginnie Tiu, and Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom, actor & former heavy-weight boxing champion. Songs performed are, "Shrimp Boats", "Go On With Your Dancing", "'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans", "When The Saints Go Marching In" and "Doesn't She Roll". In black and white. About an hour and 15 minutes, commercials have been edited out. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 38
Vic Damone co-hosts; guests are singer Morgana King, comedian-actor Skip Young, drummer Gene Krupa and Evelyn Lincoln, late President Kennedy's secretary who discusses her new book about JFK. Musical Highlights: "Theme (Starburst)", "Dark Eyes" and "Drum Boogie". In black and white. Commercials have been edited out. Has counter numbers onscreen. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 39
Mike Douglas. Carol Lawrence co-hosts. Guests include Andy Devine, Frankie Avalon, Glen Campbell and Dr. Carlo Valenti medical researcher in the area of "unborn patients". Mike sings "My Kind Of Town". Carol sings "My Love is Your Love". Frankie sings "That Old Black Magic", and "All Or Nothing At All". Glen sings "I Got A Woman", and "Universal Soldier". The last segment of the show is devoted to Dorothy Dandridge, who had recently passed away from a drug overdose, and includes clips from her previous appearances on the show, including her singing "Summertime". In black and white. 90 minutes, with spacers for where the commercials would have been inserted. Includes producer’s counter numbers. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 40
Mike Douglas, with co-host Florence Henderson. Guests include actor Robert Lansing, comedian Pinky Lee, William Haast author of "Cobras in His Garden" and Kurt and Julie Lerke a couple from Whitehouse, New Jersey who adopted many children. Highlights: --Florence Henderson sings "I Get a Kick Out of You". --Mike sings "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love". --Mike & Florence duet with "People Will Say We're in Love". --Robert Lansing talks about leaving his TV series Twelve O'Clock High, poetry, meeting Robert Frost and his personal history. --Pinky Lee tap dances and performs sketches with Florence Henderson and Robert Lansing. --Florence sings a medley of "Together", "Make Someone Happy", "76 Trombones", "Goodnight, My Someone" and "Hey Look Me Over". --Mike with a copy of LOOK magazines article "Nine unadoptable children joined by love", introduces Kurt & Julie Lerke and presents them with a refrigerator and frozen foods. --Mike sings "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody" with Pinky Lee dancing. --Florence sings "Getting to Know You". --Pinky Lee performs some comedic songs. --Robert Lansing plays the drums. In black and white. Has producers counter numbers onscreen. 1 hour, 15 minutes with commercials edited out. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 41
Cesar Romero concludes his co-hosting duties with Mike; guests are Elizabeth Montgomery, Broadway producer David Merrick and writer Abe Burrows (who were in Philadelphia-where the show was taped-to preview "Holly Golightly"), French singer Gilbert Becaud, the comedy team of Hendra and Ullet, Unitarian minister Rev. Rudolph W. Nemser and the pint-size rock 'n roll group "Gary and the Hornets". In black and white. Producers copy-has counter numbers and spacers where the commercials would have been inserted. Crystal clear. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 42
Patty Duke co-hosts; guests are singer Neil Diamond, entertainer Tessie O'Shea, comic Ronnie Martin, Dr. Theodore J. Berry discusses crash diets and actor Louis Fant, "Theatre of the Deaf" delivers passages in sign language from Helen Keller's book, "The World I Live In", while Patti reads from the book. 90 minutes. Producer’s copy-has counter numbers onscreen, and spacers where the commercials would have been inserted. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 44
Mike's co-host this week is comedian Shelley Berman, guests are singers Frankie Valli and Aretha Franklin and White House Correspondent Sid Davis. Highlights: Aretha sings "A Natural Woman", "Baby I Love You" and "Chain of Fools". Aretha and Frankie duet on "That's Life". All join in for "Bye, Bye Blackbird". In color. 50 minutes, with commercials edited out. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 45
Mike’s guest co-hosts are singing duo Sandler & Young. Guests include President Richard Nixon, singer Margaret Whiting, actress Stella Stevens, songwriter Johnny Mercer, dancers Brescia and Tybee and Chamber music group Philadelphia Brass Ensemble. In color. 90 minutes with space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 46
Ann Miller co-hosts with Mike. Guests include Sebastian Cabot of TVs Family Affair, singer Gilbert Price, The Lemon Pipers, and Hugh Cayce, son of Edgar Cayce who discusses his book about reincarnation. Highlights: Mike and Ann open the show with a medley of songs from "Kiss Me Kate", The Lemon Pipers perform "Green Tambourine" and "Rice Is Nice". Ernest Robbins presides over a Fur fashion show. 54 minutes with commercials edited out. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 47
Mike Douglas with co-host Gwen Verdon and guests Jack Lord, Lionel Hampton, playwright Paddy Chayefsky, Cy Coleman. Producers copy. No commercials, but with counter numbers along the bottom of the screen. Gwen sings "You Should See Yourself" from Sweet Charity accompanied by Cy Coleman. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 48
Mike's co-host this week is Bess Myerson, with guests Glen Campbell, humorist Sam Levenson, author-activist Jonathan Kozol and The Four Freshmen. Glen sings "Gentle On My Mind", and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix". The Four Freshman sing "Up To My Heart In Love", and "Love Is A Happy Thing". In color. 90 minutes, with spacers for where the commercials would have been inserted. Includes producer’s counter numbers. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 49
Mike Douglas, with co-host Dinah Shore and guests are comic Robert King, Philadelphia Philies baseball star Rich Allen, The Peppermint Rainbow musical group, and Professor Ian McHarg author of "Design with Nature". An archery demonstration is featured. In color. Commercials have been edited out. Producer’s copy-has counter numbers onscreen. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 50
Mike Douglas, with co-host Louis Armstrong and guests Sammy Davis Jr., Pete Fountain, Stan Kann. Musical highlights include: Blueberry Hill, Hello, Dolly, Basin Street Blues, When The Saints Go Marching In. Full show, minus the commercials. Has producer’s counter numbers onscreen throughout. (This show is included on the Louis Armstrong Compilation disc) A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 51
Bobby Darin was Mike's co-host this week. Guests include columnist Rona Barrett, Eloise Law and The Ace Trucking Company. Highlights: Bobby sings, "If I Were a Carpenter" & "When I Die". Producer’s copy, has onscreen counter numbers and spacers where commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 53
Mike Douglas, with co-host Bobby Darin. Guests include Pat Cooper, Aliza Kashi, and Iron Jaw Samson. Also film censors Mrs. Marjorie Shriver and Mrs. Mary Avara. Bobby sings "Long Line Rider", and "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Aliza Kashi sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head" (in Hebrew). Producers copy-has counter numbers onscreen and space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 54
Mike Douglas, and Bobby Darin continues his week of co-hosting. Guests include Little Richard, Willie Tyler & Lester and Jane Trahey, Ad-woman of the year. Bobby sings "City Life" & "Mack the Knife". Bobby and Little Richard (both on piano) sing, "Got My Mojo Working". Producers copy-has counter numbers onscreen and space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 55
Mike Douglas, with co-host Bobby Darin. Guests include Wilson Pickett, Rex Reed, and WAC Director, General Elizabeth P. Hoisington. Bobby sings, "Everybody's Talkin'" (from Midnight Cowboy). Bobby & Mike duet on "You're Smiling Now" & "Bill Bailey". Producers copy-has counter numbers onscreen and space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 56
Bobby Darin ends his co-hosting duties for the week with guests Peter Lawford, Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and Sergeant David Durk, campus recruiter for NYPD. Bobby sings "Splish Splash". Bobby, Mike and Mahalia sing "Put A Little Love In Your Heart". Producers copy-has counter numbers onscreen and space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 57
Mike Douglas, with co-host Pearl Bailey (concluding her co-hosting duties of the week). Guests include singer Frankie Laine, actress Lillian Gish, Rogers C.B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior and a special tribute to Louis Armstrong. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 58
Mike Douglas, with guest co-host James Coco, and guests Ginger Rogers, Mama Cass Elliot, Jamie Redfern, Dr. John W. Grover, and Hula-Hoop champion Pate Purvis. Ginger talks about her new role as a fashion consultant for J.C. Penny. Cass Elliot is promoting her album "The Road Is No Place For A Lady" (her final album), and sings "(If You’re Gonna) Break Another Heart". Pristine Producers copy has counter numbers onscreen and space-holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 59
From The Jackie Gleason Theatre in Miami Beach, FL. Jackie Gleason is Mike’s co-host, with guests Rip Taylor, Anita Bryant, singing duo Sandler And Young ("It’s Nice To Go Traveling" and "Let My People Go"), fire eater Santini Demon. Not complete-missing the beginning and ending of show. About 32 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 60
Mike Douglas, with co-host Tony Bennett, and guests Shirley Temple, Lorna Luft, Ruby Braff, Ralph Pearl, and Mohammad Ali. Lorna Luft sings "Our Day Will Come". Producer’s copy, with markers where the commercials would have been inserted. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 61
Ted Knight concludes his co-hosting duties for the week. Special guest is Moe Howard from The Three Stooges. Mike Douglas brought Moe Howard, the last surviving member of the original Three Stooges, back from obscurity for a memorable pie-fighting contest. This was his last TV appearance before his death in 1975. Other guests are nutritionist Gary Null, author John Kidner, and singer Arlene Fontana. Producer’s copy. Has space holders where commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLIME 62
Liberace is Mike’s co-host for the week. Guests include the Mike Curb Congregation ("It’s A Small World After All", and "Your Love Is Shining On Me"), Lyle Waggoner (who promotes his Playgirl magazine photos-he was the very first centerfold model in the first issue), whistler and pianist Lillian Williams and boxing champ Rocky Graziano. Missing the first few minutes. No commercials. 1 hour, 3 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 63
David Steinberg guest hosts for Mike who was out sick, Joey Heatherton co-hosts; guests are Joey's brother-radio personality Dick Heatherton, Good Times actor John Amos, comedian Rip Taylor, organist-comic Stan Kann, mentalist The Amazing Kreskin and singer-songwriter Peter Allen. Joey sings "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life", and "Call Me And I’ll Be Around" with her brother, John Amos sings "Accentuate The Positive", Peter Allen sings "Just Ask Me I’ve Been There", Joey and Peter sing "I Honestly Love You". Also a segment on exotic beds. In color. Producer’s copy-has spacers where commercials would have been inserted. Crystal clear. (Also included on the disc: Here We Go Again, 1/20/73). A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 64
"Salute To That’s Entertainment 2-Part 2". From Hollywood, celebrating the release of "That's Entertainment 2", Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly conclude their co-hosting duties with guests Martha Raye, Howard Keel, Katherine Grayson, George Burns, and Ethel Waters. Filmed on the MGM Studios back lot. This is the second episode devoted to "That’s Entertainment 2", during the week long co-hosting duties of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. 90 minutes. Commercials hadn’t been inserted yet. A-
Mike Douglas Show: "Chicago" VOLUME 65
Mike salutes the Broadway musical "Chicago", with guests Chita Rivera, Gwen Verdon, and Jerry Orbach. Hal Linden is the co-host. Chita and Gwen perform "Nowadays/Keep It Hot", Jerry performs "Razzle Dazzle". Not the complete show, but all of the Chicago segments are included. About 35 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 66
Mike's co-host this week is Harry-O star David Janssen, with guests Bob Hope, Anthony Perkins and his wife Berry Berenson (Anthony was starring in Equus on Broadway at the time), singer Vicki Sue Robinson (she sings "Falling In Love", "Daylight", and "Turn The Beat Around"), and Private Investigator Jay J. Arms. In color. Producers copy; has counter numbers and black space-holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 67
Mike salutes the movie "New York, New York" with Liza Minnelli and the rest of the cast. Highlights only of Liza’s musical numbers only-not the complete show. Includes: Mike and Liza do a medley of songs from the about-to-open film, "New York, New York". Includes: Once in Awhile (Liza); No Nothing Til' You Hear From Me (Mike); The Man I Love (Liza) Takin' A Chance On Love (Mike); Just You, Just Me (Liza); You Are My Lucky Star (duet Liza and Mike). Then: "New York, New York" and "But the World Goes Round", sung by Liza. That selection ends the show, and Dianne Abbott, Robert DeNiro and Martin Scorsese join Liza on stage. About 16 minutes. A-
The Mike Douglas Show: Charlie’s Angels VOLUME 68
Mike Douglas visits the set of Charlie’s Angles for this episode filmed in Charlie’s Den. Guests include Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, and Cheryl Ladd. Not the complete episode, but rather just the 30 minute segment on Charlie’s Angels. (Included as part of the Jaclyn Smith Compilation). A
The Mike Douglas Show: "Side By Side By Sondheim" VOLUME 69
Mike Douglas, Marvin Hamlisch co-hosts. Guests are the cast of the tour Side By Side by Sondheim, including Hermione Gingold, Larry Kert, Georgia Brown and Nancy Dussault. Highlights: Brown, Kert and Dussault perform "Comedy Tonight" and "Love Is in the Air"; Larry Kert sings "Something's Coming"; Nancy Dussault performs "Send in the Clowns"; Georgia Brown sings "I'm Still Here". The disc only contains the Side By Side By Sondheim segments-not the whole show. About 30 minutes. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 70
Mike Douglas with co-host Kristy McNichol. Guests include Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, William Shatner, composer Joe Raposo, Patti Smith. Has blank periods where the commercials would have been inserted. Some slight generational loss. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 71
From Hollywood. James Stewart co-hosts. Guests are Judy Stewart, director Frank Capra, Fred MacMurray, Fred's daughter actress Katie MacMurray, comic Stan Kann and musical group The Sylvers. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 72
Mike and his co-host Tony Orlando welcome guests Joanne Woodward, Dionne Warwick, Stan Kann, Al Molinaro and Sir Laurence Olivier. Tony sings "Signed, Sealed, Delivered", Dionne sings "I Know I’ll Never Love This Way Again". About 90 minutes. This is a true, unedited copy of the show because where the commercials would have been inserted, the camera just stays on and shows all the activity that takes place in the studio as the commercials are playing at home. Has producers counter numbers onscreen throughout. (Disc also includes about 20 minutes of Judy Garland’s appearance on The Mike Douglas Show from 8/68). A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 73
From Hollywood. Mike Douglas, with co-host Robert Blake, and guests Patty Duke Astin, Joyce DeWitt, Dionne Warwick, Deloris Nipp (world hog calling champion), and doctors Marvin Goldman, and John Goffman. Dionne sings "I Know I’ll Never Love This Way Again", and "Déjà vu". Producers copy-has counter numbers onscreen, and interestingly, the cameras still film during what would eventually be the commercial breaks, so you see the set changes and them getting ready for the next segment. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Entertainment Hour VOLUME 74
4/29/80 ~ Syndicated
Mike’s co-host is George Raft, with guests George Jessel, Molly Picon, and Rudy Vallee. The topic for this episode is "Super Seniors". Mike sings "When You’re Young At Heart". Rudy sings "You’re The Only Girl I Know Who Has Two Heads". The Mike Douglas Entertainment Hour was Mike’s return to television after Westinghouse dropped him in favor of John Davison who was given his own show. Syndicast took over the program's distribution, but a third of Mike’s staff defected to Davidson’s new show. In an effort to differentiate the new show, it was revamped with a traveling road show format and more than half of the new shows were filmed in different cities, and retitled The Mike Douglas Entertainment Hour. The format change did not help, and Douglas' show was cancelled after just one year. 1 hour, complete with original commercials. A
MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 75 1/5/67. Mike’s guest co-host is Joan Fontaine, with guests Anthony Perkins, "Killer" Joe Piro, Rudy Vallee, Stevie Wonder, author Gloria Bley Miller, and I.M. Levitt PhD. Mike sings "I Want A Girl Like The Girl Who Married Dear Old Dad". Mike and Rudy sing "Winchester Cathedral". Stevie Wonder sings "Everything’s Alright", and "A Place In The Sun". In black and white. Producer’s copy. Has place cards where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 76 - 10/19/65 - Mike’s co-host is Florence Henderson. Guests include actor Robert Lansing, who discusses why he left "12 O’clock High" and reads a poem by Robert Frost, children's TV host Pinky Lee, Bill Haast, a snake expert who later established the Miami Serpentinian, and the Lerke family from Whitehouse, NJ who adopted nine children from different ethnic backgrounds. Florence sings "I Get A Kick Out Of You". In black and white. Has counter numbers onscreen. 1 hour, 14 minutes with commercials edited out. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 77 - 7/31/70 - Mike’s co-host is Bobby Darin, with guests Mahalia Jackson, Peter Lawson, and Sgt. David Durk. Mike sings "Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone". Bobby sings "Splish, Splash". Mahalia sings "Walk With Me". Mike, Darrin and Mahalia sing "Put A Little Love In Your Heart". Producer’s copy; has counter numbers on screen and space holders where the commercials would be inserted. 90 minutes. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 78 - 10/13/71 - Mike’s co-host for the week is Donald O’Conner, with guests Ethel Merman, Melina Mercouri, Donna Theodore, and Dr. John H. Knowles. Mike sings "Last Night When We Were Young". Donald sings "My Kind Of Girl". Donna sings "If I were Your Woman", and "What Am I Going To Do?". Donald and Ethel recreate their 1953 Call Me Madam appearances and sing "You’re Just In Love". 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 79 - 2/28/79 - Mike’s co-host is Cher (who brings onstage Chastity and Elijah Blue), with guests Terry Bradshaw, JoJo Starbuck, Charles Schulz, Don Potter, and Mr. Rodgers. Cher sings "Love And Pain". Don Potter, who played Snoopy in "You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown" sings "Suppertime". 90 minutes with space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. A
The Mike Douglas Show VOLUME 80 - 11/7/79 - Mike’s co-hosts are Kate Jackson and Andrew Stevens (from the TV movie "Topper"). Guests are Aretha Franklin, Chad Everett, Jane Fonda and Jeff Altman. Aretha sings "Ladies Only" and "I Can’t See Myself Leaving You". Producer’s copy; has counter numbers on screen, and the camera stays on during what would be the commercials breaks, so you see them getting ready for the next segment. 90 minutes. A