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An Emmy-winning daily informational series for senior citizens, featuring interviews, entertainment and reports on topics such as consumer affairs and health.
Leonard Maltin discusses the enduring appeal of Charles Chaplin films. Also: notes on renters' rights.
Mercedes McCambridge discusses her work on behalf of alcoholics.
Mike Douglas. Also: podiatrist Timothy Shea discusses foot care.
Guests: novelist Irving Stone and Gray Panthers leader Maggie Kuhn, who discusses mandatory retirement.
An interview with Judy Collins. Also: the state of Social Security.
Merle Haggard performs. Also: a profile of artist Grandma Moses.
Novelist-screenwriter Niven Busch ("Duel in the Sun"). Also: a discussion of back pain.
Topic: colorectal cancer. Hosts: Mary Martin and Jim Hartz.
Director Stanley Kramer talks about the changing nature of movies; Chef David prepares a one-dish meal.
An interview with opera singer Luciano Pavarotti. Also: how to stretch food dollars.
Singer Marguerite Piazza performs and discusses coping with cancer.
Jack Gilford and his wife Madelyn, a writer, talk about their careers. Also: telephone devices for the disabled, and working after retirement, and a recipe for Salisbury steak.
Actress-director Jeanne Moreau showcases her film "L'Adolescente."
A talk with Jim Backus and his wife Henny. Also: menopause is discussed.
Rep. Millicent Fenwick (R-N.J.) is interviewed by Hugh Downs. Also: a recipe for steamed chicken and yams.
An interview with Shelley Berman; a report on how age affects eyesight; and a feature on Federal programs for the elderly.
Roger Williams plays "Yellow Bird." Also: a look at the alternatives to nursing homes.
A visit with Janet Gaynor and her husband, producer Paul Gregory. Also: a recipe for cabbage rolls is given.
Lyricist Sammy Cahn performs a medley of his hits. Also on the program: a discussion of Social Security and information about arthritis.
Guests are Tom Smothers and Dr. Carl Eisdorfer, who discusses strokes. Also: exercises for arthritics.
William Warfield sings "Old Man River." Also: a look at medical insurance.
An interview with Robert Stack; a discussion of legislation changing the mandatory-retirement age; and tips on continuing education.
A performance by singer Billy Daniels; a report on a community of Jewish senior citizens in Southern California.
Joseph Cotten and Patricia Medina discuss their marriage. Also: a profile of shipbuilder Malcolm Brewer; and regular eye checkups.
Dr. Walter Alvarez, 93, gives advice on staying healthy; an artist offers insight on taking up painting late in life.
Vincent Price recites Edgar Allan Poe and talks about his career. Also: suggestions on fighting inflation.
John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands are interviewed. Also: a discussion with blind musican Sykes Williams; and notes on pensions.
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