Classic Retro Vintage DVDs

Jack Paar and Johnny Carson

$30.00

Disc 1

1. And Now... Here's Jack!
2. Smart Decision
3. Muhammad Ali & Liberace
4. Fidel Castro
5. The Beatles
6. Woody Allen
7. The First Family
8. Senator John Kennedy
9. A Call From the President
10. Nixon the Pianist
11. Robert Kennedy
12. The Muppets
13. Bill Cosby
14. The Smothers Brothers
15. Oscar Levant
16. A Night to Remember
17. Jack Paar's Legacy

Bonus Material
"Getting on the Show" - The Smothers Brothers - Richard Kennedy
"Hired by Jack" - Dick Cavett
"A Call From the President" - Jonathan Winters
"The Monologist" - Regis Philbin - Hugh Downs - Hal Gurnee
"Jack Quits the Tonight Show" - Regis Philbin - Hugh Downs - Hal Gurnee - Richard Kennedy
A Monologue - Jack Parr
Ali & Liberace - Round 2
The First Family
Jack & Judy
Bette Davis & Jonathan Winters
Jack & Hugh

Disc 2

Interviews
Richard Nixon March 8th, 1963
Cassius Clay, Liberace November 29, 1963
Billy Graham December 13, 1963
Barry Goldwater January 31, 1964
Robert Kennedy March 13, 1964

Monologues
November 2, 1962
October 8, 1963
January 31, 1964
December 4, 1964
January 8, 1965
February 5, 1965

Disc 3

The Jack Paar Program Noivember 16, 1962 - Guests: Bette Davis, Jonathan Winters and Gisele MacKenzie
The Jack Paar Program May 8, 1964 - Guests: Richard Burton, Bill Cosby and Arthur Godfrey
The Jack Paar Program December 11, 1964 - Guests: Judy Garland, Robert Morley and Randolph Churchill

Ten episodes of The Johnny Carson Show are featured here:

Disc One

June 30, 1955: Johnny Carson imitates Edward R. Murrow and does a roving-reporter segment. Later, he tries to remember the old saying, "starve a fever, feed a cold."

July 21, 1955: As Walter Cronkite, Carson hosts a You Are There segment on "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."

Aug. 25, 1955: Carson "explains" ballet, does more roving reporting, and plays a husband who's jealous of the household robot in a look at life in 1980.

Sept. 1, 1955: Carson plays Dillinger, The Mental Wizard, takes a trip to Paris, and strains to hear the TV near the airport.

Sept. 8, 1955: James Arness (Gunsmoke) tries to outdraw himself in a mirror, while Carson looks at the future of war and finds his memory of commercials and brand names isn't as good as he thinks. Jack Albertson (Chico and the Man) appears.

Disc Two

Oct. 13, 1955: Johnny Carson cleans up the "odds and ends" in his memo basket, meets all three members of his fan club, and recalls his bachelor days. Regular Jill Corey sings "I've Got a Crush on You."

Nov. 3, 1955: Carson shows viewers his record collection, introduces a couple of vaudeville acts, retells the story of the Trojan Horse, and banters with movie composer Dimitri Tiomkin (Giant).

Dec. 15, 1955: Carson plays a stay-at-home husband with a matador wife who just had a bad day at the ring, shows pets looking for a good home, and plays Alexander the Great outwitting would-be assassins with the help of a Dragnet-style cop.

Jan. 19, 1955: Carson stars in "The One Musketeer" with Eva Gabor (Green Acres), while pianist Jamie Farr (M.A.S.H.) assists the Double Daters singing group. Gabor congratulates Carson on being named 1955's most promising male television star by Motion Picture Weekly; one magazine was prescient, at least.

Feb. 16, 1955: Dr. Samuel Hoffman, who composed the score for Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, demonstrates the Theremin and singer Dorothy Shay stars in a comic version of her life story.

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