List of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson episodes (1968)

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The following is a list of episodes of the television series The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson which aired in 1968:

1968[edit]

January[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1333
January 1, 1968 Bart Starr, Daryle Lamonica, Don Meredith, Pete Beathard N/A
1334
January 2, 1968 TBA N/A
1335
January 3, 1968 Margaret Mead, David Steinberg, Bosley Crowther Spanky and Our Gang
1336
January 4, 1968 Barbara Walters, Ron Carey N/A
1337
January 5, 1968 Tony Randall N/A
1338
January 8, 1968 Rich Little, Adela Rogers St. Johns, bird calling expert N/A
1339
January 9, 1968 NASA scientist Robert Jastrow Liza Minnelli
1340
January 10, 1968 John Glenn Al Hirt
Members of the Ice Follies performed
1341
January 11, 1968 Stella Stevens N/A
1342
January 12, 1968 Don Rickles (guest host), Robert Culp, Sammy Davis, Jr. Connie Francis
1343
January 15, 1968 TBA Cab Calloway
1344
January 16, 1968 Bob Hope, Pat Paulsen Tony Darryl
1345
January 17, 1968 Bennett Cerf, Norm Crosby, Don Herbert Marilyn Maye
1346
January 18, 1968 TBA The Koehler Brothers
1347
January 19, 1968 Dirk Bogarde, Maharishi Mahesh N/A
1348
January 22, 1968 David Frost, Sebastian Cabot, Leonard Marks, director of the United States Information Agency The First Edition
1349
January 23, 1968 Fannie Flagg, Orson Bean, Clifton Fadiman Wes Montgomery
1350
January 24, 1968 Mort Sahl, David Merrick, Betty Furness John Fred and His Playboy Band
1351
January 25, 1968 Dick Cavett, George Kirby, Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall, Lee Beery N/A
1352
January 26, 1968 Peggy Cass, Jim Fowler N/A
1353
January 29, 1968 Rod Steiger, Flip Wilson, The Jose Molina Dancers, Madam Irene Quo, Chinese expert in Chinese foods and customs N/A
1354
January 30, 1968 Ron Carey, Pat McCormick, Desmond Morris Roger Miller
1355
January 31, 1968 Jim Garrison None

February[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1356
February 1, 1968 Mark Tendler Richie Havens
1357
February 2, 1968 Albert Finney, Eddy Arnold, Robert Klein, Joan Rivers N/A
1358
February 5, 1968 Harry Belafonte (guest host) Senator Robert F. Kennedy, The Smothers Brothers, Bill Cosby Lena Horne
1359
February 6, 1968 Harry Belafonte (guest host), Zero Mostel, Diahann Carroll Petula Clark
1360
February 7, 1968 Harry Belafonte (guest host) N/A
1361
February 8, 1968 Harry Belafonte (guest host) Nipsey Russell, Dunja Rajter, Paul Newman, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. N/A
1362
February 9, 1968 Harry Belafonte (guest host) N/A
1363
February 12, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Nancy Sinatra, Liberace, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. N/A
1364
February 13, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) James Drury, Doug McClure, Ray Bolger Shirley Jones
Mighty Carson Art Players- "Bar Room Brawl Sketch"
1365
February 14, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Mickey Rooney, Danny Thomas N/A
1366
February 15, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Sid Caesar, Richard Pryor, Bobby Darin N/A
1367
February 16, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Don Rickles,[1] Don Adams, Sherry Jackson Sonny & Cher
Japanese Bath Sketch
1368
February 19, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) James Garner, Milton Berle, Richard Crenna The King Cousins
1369
February 20, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Steve Allen, Jack Webb, Shecky Greene, Spanky Wilson N/A
Mighty Carson Art Players- "Copper Clappers"
1370
February 21, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) George Carlin, Eva Gabor, Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss N/A
1371
February 22, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jerry Lewis Lennon Sisters
1372
February 23, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Tony Curtis, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby, April Taten N/A
1373
February 26, 1968 Eydie Gorme The Cowsills
1374
February 27, 1968 Orson Bean N/A
1375
February 28, 1968 TBA N/A
1376
February 29, 1968 Vincent Price, Joey Heatherton N/A

March[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1377
March 1, 1968 Art Carney, Susan Strasberg The Serendipity Singers
1378
March 4, 1968 Adela Rogers St. Johns Sonny and Cher
1379
March 5, 1968 Richard Pryor, Robert Blake, Gayle Hunnicutt N/A
1380
March 6, 1968 Buddy Hackett, Sen. Charles Percy N/A
1381
March 7, 1968 Darryl Zanuck, Ron Carey, Pat McCormick N/A
1382
March 8, 1968 Peggy Cass Andre Previn, The Critters
1383
March 11, 1968 Richard Harris, Rich Little, archery Hall of Famer Gail Martin N/A
1384
March 12, 1968 Alan King, Art Linkletter N/A
1385
March 13, 1968 Author John D. MacDonald N/A
1386
March 14, 1968 Gore Vidal, Isaac Asimov Bobby Scott
1387
March 15, 1968 Joan Rivers, Sammy Cahn, Malcolm Muggeridge, Larry Arcuri N/A
1388
March 18, 1968 Lord Louis Mountbatten, Robert Klein, Jerome Gould N/A
1389
March 19, 1968 Bergen Evans N/A
A men's fashion show is presented
1390
March 20, 1968 S.I. Hayakawa Glen Campbell
1391
March 21, 1968 Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence, Stiller and Meara, Clifton Fadiman N/A
1392
March 22, 1968 George C. Scott, Ron Carey, Pat McCormick Marilyn Maye
1393
March 25, 1968 Sammy Davis, Jr. (guest host), Leslie Uggams, Red Buttons, Vice President Hubert Humphrey N/A
1394
March 26, 1968 Sammy Davis, Jr. (guest host), , Lady Carolyn Townshend, Ralph Pope Sonny & Cher, Bobby Vinton
1395
March 27, 1968 Sammy Davis, Jr. (guest host), Ron Karenga, Carl Barry James Brown, Lola Falana
1396
March 28, 1968 Sammy Davis, Jr. (guest host); Eydie Gorme, Bob Melvin Louis Armstrong, Josephine Premice
1397
March 29, 1968 Sammy Davis, Jr. (guest host), Gloria de Haven, Keir Dullea, Emily Yancy Steve Lawrence

April[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1398
April 1, 1968 Phil Foster Flatt and Scruggs
1399
April 2, 1968 Jack Douglas and wife Reiko, Mike Todd, Jr., trapeze artist Tito Gaona N/A
1400
April 3, 1968 Rich Little, Rex Reed Richie Havens
1401
April 4, 1968 Neil Simon, George Carlin, Peggy Fleming, Phil Leeds Tiny Tim, Kim Weston
1402
April 5, 1968 Patricia Neal, attorney James F. Neal Diana Ross & the Supremes
Carson forgoes monologue, opting to sit on the front of his desk and talk about Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination.
1403
April 8, 1968 Alan King, Flip Wilson, Art Buchwald Liza Minnelli, The Irish Rovers
1404
April 9, 1968 Orson Bean, Cyril Ritchard, Jimmy Breslin, Janis Paige The Mills Brothers
1405
April 10, 1968 Don Rickles, Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Mita Peter and Chris Allen
1406
April 11, 1968 Cyril Ritchard, Bergen Evans, Fred Smoot Nancy Wilson, George Shearing
1407
April 12, 1968 Art Carney, Janis Paige Hello People
1408
April 15, 1968 Ron Carey, (Pat McCormick (actor) N/A
1409
April 16, 1968 Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss N/A
1410
April 17, 1968 Alan King, Jack Douglas and wife Reiko; Don Herbert N/A
1411
April 18, 1968 John Byner, Barbara Ferris, Harvard astronomy professor Dr. William Liller N/A
1412
April 19, 1968 John Davidson, Colleen Moore Linda Ronstadt and The Stone Poneys
1413
April 22, 1968 Bob Hope, Jack Benny Louis Armstrong
1414
April 23, 1968 George Kirby, Pat Paulsen N/A
1415
April 24, 1968 Madalyn Murray O'Hair, circus juggler Fudi N/A
1416
April 25, 1968 Eva Gabor, Norm Crosby N/A
1417
April 26, 1968 Shecky Greene, Clive Barnes, David Merrick Leslie Uggams
1418
April 29, 1968 Flip Wilson, Truman Capote The Petticoat Junction Girls
1419
April 30, 1968 Bob Newhart Tiny Tim

May[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1420
May 1, 1968 Joan Rivers, Criswell, Jon Lindbergh N/A
A fashion show of future clothing is presented
1421
May 2, 1968 Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss, Ron Carey The Beach Boys
1422
May 3, 1968 Paul Newman, Robert Klein Peter and Chris Allen
1423
May 6, 1968 Steve Lawrence (Guest Host); Totie Fields, Sammy Cahn, Debbie Drake Billy Eckstine
1424
May 7, 1968 Steve Lawrence (Guest Host); Neil Simon, Burt Bacharach, Florence Henderson, Charlie Manna Julius La Rosa
1425
May 8, 1968 Steve Lawrence (Guest Host); Robert Merrill, Don Franks, Rich Little Little Richard, Jan Peerce
1426
May 9, 1968 Steve Lawrence (Guest Host); Gig Young, Godfrey Cambridge, Mark Traynor, Johnny Mercer, Sam Levenson Bobby Goldsboro
1427
May 10, 1968 Steve Lawrence (Guest Host); Jackie Mason, Eydie Gorme, Stiller and Meara, Jim Fowler N/A
1428
May 13, 1968 Joe Garagiola (guest host), Jack Paar, Tony Conigliaro, Mike and Bryan Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
1429
May 14, 1968 Joe Garagiola (guest host), John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Tallulah Bankhead, Soupy Sales, Tony Scotti, Jack Twyman, Lou Thesz N/A
1430
May 15, 1968 Joe Garagiola (guest host), Slappy White, John Scarne, Miss Indian America Sarah Johnson, pickpocketing expert Vic Perry N/A
A fashion show featuring football players is presented
1431
May 16, 1968 Joe Garagiola (guest host), Yogi Berra, Robert Goulet, Bill Dana, Art Buchwald Toni Carroll
1432
May 17, 1968 Joe Garagiola (guest host), Nipsey Russell, Barbara Walters, Dizzy Dean; 92-year-old baseball pitcher, Amazing Randy N/A
Dizzy Dean sings
1433
May 20, 1968 Bob Hope, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Norman Jewison N/A
1434
May 21, 1968 Bette Davis, Scott Carpenter, Jacqueline Bisset, Pigmeat Markham N/A
1435
May 22, 1968 Flip Wilson, Zsa Zsa Gabor Joe Tex
A bathing suit fashion show is presented
1436
May 23, 1968 Irene Ryan, Clair and McMahon N/A
1437
May 24, 1968 John Byner, Juliet Prowse, Noel Harrison N/A
1438
May 27, 1968 Slappy White, Erika Pinske performs a circus rope ballet Tiny Tim
1439
May 28, 1968 TBA The Four Freshmen
1440
May 29, 1968 TBA N/A
1441
May 30, 1968 Richard Harris, Phyllis McGuire, Peggy Moffitt N/A
1442
May 31, 1968 James Garner, Jane Elliott The Box Tops

June[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1443
June 3, 1968 Bob Hope N/A
6/4/68 pre-empted by NBC News coverage of California and South Dakota primaries
****
June 5, 1968 Preempted by coverage of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy N/A
Scheduled guests were Clifton Fadiman, Joe E. Lewis and Trini Lopez
****
June 6, 1968 Preempted by coverage of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy N/A
Scheduled guests were Victor Borge and Joey Heatherton
1444
June 7, 1968 Entire show was devoted to memorializing Robert F. Kennedy N/A
1445
June 10, 1968 Doug McClure N/A
1446
June 11, 1968 Oskar Werner N/A
1447
June 12, 1968 Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, Peggy Cass N/A
1448
June 13, 1968 Joe E. Lewis Trini Lopez
1449
June 14, 1968 Magician Don Alan Jimmy Webb
1450
June 17, 1968 New York City Mayor John Lindsay, Marilyn Maye Boots Randolph
1451
June 18, 1968 George Carlin, Oskar Werner N/A
1452
June 19, 1968 Alan King, Raquel Welch N/A
1453
June 20, 1968 Walter Matthau, Ed Sullivan James Brown, Nancy Wilson
1454
June 21, 1968 Steve McQueen, David Frye, Pat McCormick N/A
1455
June 24, 1968 Bennett Cerf Judy Garland, The Mummers
Jack Haskell replaced a vacationing Ed McMahon
1456
June 25, 1968 Victor Borge, Margaret Hamilton, Clair and McMahon N/A
1457
June 26, 1968 Vidal Sassoon, Pearl Mesta Aretha Franklin
1458
June 27, 1968 Heywood Hale Broun, Jean Paul Vignon N/A
1459
June 28, 1968 Buddy Hackett The University of Iowa Bagpipe Band
Excerpts from the Broadway musical, Hair

July[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1460
July 1, 1968 Billy Graham, David Frye N/A
1461
July 2, 1968 Buddy Hackett, Margaret Hamilton, David Frost N/A
1462
July 3, 1968 William Schultz[disambiguation needed] Homer and Jethro
1463
July 4, 1968 David Frost guest host; Jimmy Breslin Mel Torme
1464
July 5, 1968 David Frost guest host; Joel Grey N/A
1465
July 8, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jack Lemmon, April Tatro N/A
1466
July 9, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Bob Newhart, Janet Leigh Sonny and Cher
1467
July 10, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Tom Smothers, The Committee, Eva Gabor Tiny Tim
Part of a sketch by The Committee was censored by NBC
1468
July 11, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Lucille Ball, James Garner, Richard Pryor N/A
1469
July 12, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Don Rickles, Don Adams, Phyllis Diller N/A
1470
July 15, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jerry Lewis, David Janssen, Kaye Ballard N/A
1471
July 16, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Dinah Shore, Pat Paulsen, Sebastian Cabot Glen Campbell
1472
July 17, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Bill Cosby, Vincent Price, Eva Gabor, Bill Dana Roger Miller
1473
July 18, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Carol Wayne, Lana Wood, Ralph Williams N/A
1474
July 19, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) George Burns, Carl Reiner, Karl Malden, Don Davis N/A
1475
July 22, 1968 Alan King guest host; Ed Begley, Jackie Vernon N/A
1476
July 23, 1968 Alan King guest host; Pat Henry N/A
1477
July 24, 1968 Alan King guest host; Rod Serling Paul Anka
1478
July 25, 1968 Flip Wilson Ray Price
1479
July 26, 1968 Godfrey Cambridge N/A
1480
July 29, 1968 TBA N/A
1481
July 30, 1968 Joan Fontaine N/A
1482
July 31, 1968 Cyril Ritchard, Clifton Fadiman N/A

August[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1483
August 1, 1968 Harold Glasson of the National Rifle Association Jean-Paul Vignon[2]
1484
August 2, 1968 New York City mayor John Lindsay, Jill St. John, Ricardo Montalban N/A
1485
August 5, 1968 Tony Randall Lou Rawls, The Golddiggers
1485
August 6, 1968 Pat Paulsen, Helen O'Connell, model Veruschka N/A
1486
August 7, 1968 Ricardo Montalban, Robert Ettinger, Irwin C. Watson Hello People
1487
August 8, 1968 Joel Grey, William Mooney, Myron Cohen, Robert Klein N/A
1488
August 9, 1968 TBA The Bee Gees
1489
August 12, 1968 Don Rickles, Barbara Walters, Robert Ettinger, Al Hansen Liberace
1490
August 13, 1968 Jimmy Breslin, Jack E. Leonard The Beach Boys, Kaye Stevens
1491
August 14, 1968 Vice PresidentHubert Humphrey, Alan King, Peter Finch, Robert David Lion Gardiner Arthur Prysock
1492
August 15, 1968 Fannie Flagg, Peter Max, Students from a clown school N/A
1493
August 16, 1968 Allen Funt, Charlie Callas N/A
1494
August 19, 1968 Jerry Lewis guest host; The Smothers Brothers, Pat Paulsen, Connie Stevens N/A
1495
August 20, 1968 Jerry Lewis guest host; Cornel Wilde, Charlie Callas, Harry Goz N/A
1496
August 21, 1968 Jerry Lewis guest host; Joanne Woodward, Jose Ferrer, Dr. Joyce Brothers N/A
1497
August 22, 1968 Jerry Lewis guest host; Cliff Robertson, Davis & Reese Robert Goulet, Barry Gray
1498
August 23, 1968 Jerry Lewis guest host; Paul Newman, Allan Sherman, Bob Fletcher, Vicki Lano Mel Torme
1499
August 26, 1968 Bob Newhart guest host; Shecky Greene, Clive Barnes Leslie Uggams
1500
August 27, 1968 Bob Newhart guest host; Godfrey Cambridge, Michael Allen Marilyn Maye, The Times Square Two
1501
August 28, 1968 Bob Newhart guest host; Scoey Mitchell N/A
1502
August 29, 1968 Bob Newhart guest host; Dick Roman Jackie and Roy
1503
August 30, 1968 Bob Newhart guest host; Bob Crane, Steven Birmingham The Geezinslaw Brothers

September[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1504
September 2, 1968 (guest host) The Craig Hundley Trio
1505
September 3, 1968 Raymond Burr, Gloria Steinem The Golddiggers, The Muppets
1506
September 4, 1968 Yonley N/A
1507
September 5, 1968 Connie Von Hagen N/A
1508
September 6, 1968 David Frye N/A
1509
September 9, 1968 Polly Bergen Sandler & Young
Johnny Carson Rides a Unicycle
1510
September 10, 1968 Rene Carpenter N/A
1511
September 11, 1968 Ruth Montgomery James Brown
1512
September 12, 1968 Mickey Mantle, Veruschka N/A
1513
September 13, 1968 Alan King (guest host), Matt Monro, Bill Moyers N/A
1514
September 16, 1968 Billy Eckstein, Joseph W. Barr Sandler & Young
1515
September 17, 1968 Slappy White, Lesley Gore, Cere Robinson N/A
1516
September 18, 1968 Marilyn Maye N/A
1517
September 19, 1968 Joe Tex N/A
1518
September 20, 1968 Peter Ustinov N/A
1519
September 23, 1968 John Davidson (guest host), George Carlin N/A
1520
September 24, 1968 Alan King, Mamie Van Doren N/A
1521
September 25, 1968 Buddy Hackett, Herb Tarr N/A
1522
September 26, 1968 George Carlin N/A
1523
September 27, 1968 David Frye, Henry Trefflich N/A
1524
September 30, 1968 David Frost (guest host), Phyllis Newman, Dr. Julian Fast N/A

October[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1525
October 1, 1968 Clips of past highlights and special guests visit N/A
6th Anniversary Show
1526
October 2, 1968 Twiggy, Trevor Howard, Mario Andretti, Adela Rogers St. Johns N/A
1527
October 3, 1968 Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey, The Pickle Brothers N/A
1528
October 4, 1968 Shelley Winters Marilyn Maye, Joao Gilberto
1529
October 7, 1968 Bob Crane (guest host), Pamela Mason, Irwin Corey, David Hemmings, Dave Barry N/A
1530
October 8, 1968 Bob Crane (guest host), Patricia Neal, Gig Young, Jack Valenti Engelbert Humperdinck
1531
October 9, 1968 Bob Crane (guest host), Cliff Robertson, Sheila MacRae N/A
1532
October 10, 1968 Dinah Shore (guest host), Dina Merrill, Rich Little, Jack Albertson, Arthur Ashe, Pancho Gonzalez N/A
1533
October 11, 1968 Dinah Shore (guest host), Shecky Greene, Oscar de la Renta Jack Jones
1534
October 14, 1968 David McCallum, Chet Huntley, Alice Faye, Dr. Nauricio Obregon N/A
An "eatable" fashion show is presented.
1535
October 15, 1968 Jill St. John, Bob Gibson, Kay Reid N/A
1536
October 16, 1968 Tony Curtis, William Bradford Huie, Rita Smith N/A
1537
October 17, 1968 Allen Funt, Melvin Belli N/A
1538
October 18, 1968 Victor Borge, Thallisa Cruso N/A
1539
October 21, 1968 Phyllis Diller (guest host), Rip Taylor, Norm Crosby, Ward Donovan N/A
1540
October 22, 1968 Mia Farrow, Ronnie Dyson, Gilbert Becaud N/A
1541
October 23, 1968 Gerald Scarfe, Roberta Quinlan The Ramsey Lewis Trio
1542
October 24, 1968 Carol Wayne, Rita Smith, Dennis Rudalawicz Jack Jones
1543
October 25, 1968 Don Rickles, William Shatner, Barbara Eden, Clare Conley Buddy Rich
1544
October 28, 1968 Eddy Arnold (guest host), Liberace, Phyllis Newman Robert Merrill
1545
October 29, 1968 Jack Cassidy, Shirley Jones, The Muppets N/A
1546
October 30, 1968 Joan Rivers, Alistair Cooke, Phyllis McGuire N/A
American Federation of Musicians went on strike, meaning that there was no band for the show.
1547
October 31, 1968 Monique Wilson Kaye Stevens, Jack Haskell

November[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1548
November 1, 1968 Woody Allen (Guest Host), Muhammad Ali, James Earl Jones, Viva N/A
1549
November 4, 1968 Pearl Bailey (Guest Host), Anthony Quinn, Jackie Mason, Bunny Briggs Cab Calloway, Louie Bellson
(11/5/68 pre-empted for NBC News election night coverage)
1550
November 6, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Bill Cosby, Carol Burnett, Dick Fosbury N/A
1560
November 7, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Kirk Douglas, Bob Hope, Bob Newhart, Ed Ames N/A
1561
November 8, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) David Frye, David Janssen N/A
1562
November 11, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Mickey Rooney, Barbara Feldon, Carol Wayne N/A
A sketch involving Carson, Feldon and Wayne was erased due to complaints from NBC censors.
1563
November 12, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Don Rickles, Don Adams, Dan Blocker, Kaye Ballard N/A
1564
November 13, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Robert Wagner, Dinah Shore, Carol Lynley, Bill Toomey N/A
1565
November 14, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Peter Lawford, Jonathan Winters, Rose Marie, Shecky Greene Tiny Tim
1566
November 15, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jack Benny, Nancy Kwan The Golddiggers, Tennessee Ernie Ford
1567
November 18, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Bob Crane, Phyllis Diller, Darren McGavin, John Byner N/A
1568
November 19, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jane Fonda, Roger Vadim, Flip Wilson, The Smothers Brothers N/A
1569
November 20, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Lucille Ball, Steve Allen N/A
1570
November 21, 1968 (FROM LOS ANGELES) Jane Wyman, Bill Dana, Paul Lynde, Tony Curtis N/A
November 22 show was cancelled when Johnny Carson developed a virus
1571
November 25, 1968 Peter Lawford (Guest Host), Pierre Salinger, The Committee N/A
1572
November 26, 1968 Peter Lawford (Guest Host), Lucille Ball, Ann-Margret, Roger Smith, Richard Pryor Bobbie Gentry
1573
November 27, 1968 Peter Lawford (Guest Host), Jack Lemmon, Jerry Lewis, Otto Preminger, Vic Perry N/A
1574
November 28, 1968 Peter Lawford (Guest Host), George Hamilton N/A
1575
November 29, 1968 Peter Lawford (Guest Host), Milton Berle, Dick Cavett Steve Lawrence

December[edit]

No. Original air date Guest(s) Musical/entertainment guest(s)
1576
December 2, 1968 O.J. Simpson, Ted Hendricks, Bill Stanfill, Terry Hanratty, Leroy Keyes, Jerry Levias N/A
All of the football players were members of the Look Magazine All-American Football Team
1577
December 3, 1968 Shari Lewis, John Cassavetes, Gena Rowlands N/A
1578
December 4, 1968 Charlie Callas Astrud Gilberto
1579
December 5, 1968 Ann Landers, Irwin C. Watson N/A
1580
December 6, 1968 George Segal N/A
1581
December 9, 1968 Orson Bean (Guest Host); George Kirby, Beryl Reid N/A
1582
December 10, 1968 Polly Bergen, Alan Bates, Alan Alda Gloria Loring
1583
December 11, 1968 Rod Steiger N/A
1584
December 12, 1968 Susannah York, Jack Carter N/A
1585
December 13, 1968 James Garner Tiny Tim
1586
December 16, 1968 Woody Allen (guest host), Shari Lewis Turk Murphy
1587
December 17, 1968 Judy Garland, Slappy White, Jerry Kramer N/A
Judy sings "It's All For You" and "After The Holidays".
1588
December 18, 1968 James Mason, Sheldon Leonard Tiny Tim
1589
December 19, 1968 Simone Signoret Liza Minnelli
1590
December 20, 1968 Vanessa Redgrave, David Frye, Hines, Hines & Dad, painter Jan De Ruth N/A
1591
December 23, 1968 Alan King (guest host); Maureen Stapleton N/A
1592
December 25, 1968 Jack Jones (guest host), Sammy Cahn, Chuck McCann, Ivan Sanderson, Irwin C. Watson Jane Morgan
1593
December 26, 1968 Jack Jones (guest host), Milt Kamen, Phyllis Newman, Don Murray, Hines, Hines & Dad N/A
1594
December 27, 1968 Jack Jones (guest host), Dick Cavett, Henry Borovik N/A
1595
December 30, 1968 Rod Steiger, Harry Belafonte, Sander Vanocur, E.J. Peaker N/A
1596
December 31, 1968 Tony Randall, Joan Rivers, Joel Grey, Jimmy Breslin Jan Peerce

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