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The erudite Cavett hosted a number of talk shows over the years that were popular with critics but never built a large audience (by Leno-Letterman standards). A writer for Jack Paar's `Tonight Show' in the early '60s and host of his own late-night series b (more…)

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Bette Midler, Johnny Carson

TV Guide Magazine's 60 Greatest Talk Show Moments

They yap, they yammer, they sometimes even yell, but where would we be without our trusty talk-show hosts? Their programs pep us up for the day ahead and soothe us into slumber at night — that is, when they're not shocking the heck out of us! H… Read more

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Black History Month: April 23, 1995 James Earl Jones, Part 2 Season 7, Episode 9 Apr 22, 1995 Subscription

Part 2 of Dick Cavett's interview with the legendary actor, James Earl Jones; known for his voice-over work in films such as Star Wars and The Lion King.

Black History Month: April 23, 1995 James Earl Jones, Part 1 Season 7, Episode 8 Apr 22, 1995 Subscription

Part 1 of Dick Cavett's interview with the legendary actor, James Earl Jones; known for his voice-over work in films such as Star Wars and The Lion King.

Black History Month: February 28, 1991 Quincy Jones Season 7, Episode 7 Feb 27, 1991 Subscription

Dick Cavett interviews Quincy Jones, a man of many musical trades.

Black History Month: November 11, 1990 James Brown Season 7, Episode 6 Nov 10, 1990 Subscription

The founding father of funk music, James Brown, is interviewed on The Dick Cavett Show.

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Diane Lane, Tim Robbins
From The Louds to Snooki: A History of Reality TV Stars Blaming the Edit

The most illuminating part of HBO's original movie Cinema Verite (airing Saturday at 9/8c) comes at…

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