|Presented by||Dean Miller|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|Running time||30 minutes|
CBS Paramount Television
CBS Television Distribution (current)
|Original release||September 26, 1960 –|
December 28, 1962
Among those interviewed were Rhonda Fleming and her third husband, Lang Jeffries, three months before their divorce, and another married couple, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé. From The Three Stooges appeared Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe DeRita.
Others who appeared on the broadcast, some twice, included Fred Astaire, Bob Barker, Edgar Bergen, Polly Bergen, Neville Brand, Anita Bryant, Sebastian Cabot, John Cassavetes, Lon Chaney, Jr., Gary Crosby, Bob Cummings, Abby Dalton, Ann B. Davis, Bette Davis, William Demarest, Bob Denver, Bradford Dillman, Fabian, Constance Ford, Connie Francis, Annette Funicello, Judy Garland, George Gobel, Hermione Gingold, Lorne Greene, Cedric Hardwicke, Sessue Hayakawa, Paul Henreid, Darryl Hickman, Earl Holliman, Edward Everett Horton, Robert Horton, Tab Hunter, David Janssen, Rick Jason, Carolyn Jones, Danny Kaye, Buster Keaton, Gene Kelly, Jack Kelly and Don Knotts.
Michael Landon, The Lennon Sisters, Peter Lorre, Carol Lynley, Barbara Luna, Shirley MacLaine, Nobu McCarthy, Steve McQueen, Lori Martin, Harpo Marx, Jayne Meadows, Robert Mitchum, Ricardo Montalbán, Elizabeth Montgomery, Terry Moore, Don Murray, Jan Murray, Bob Newhart, Kathleen Nolan, Jay North, Gregory Peck, Cynthia Pepper, Anthony Quinn, George Raft, Tony Randall, Rex Reason, Edward G. Robinson, Wayne Rogers, Robert Ryan, Mickey Rooney, Charles Ruggles, Jane Russell, Telly Savalas, Gia Scala, Maximilian Schell, Rod Serling, Fay Spain, Yoko Tani, Danny Thomas, Jack Warden, Jack Webb, Richard Widmark, Johnny Weissmuller, Cornel Wilde and Gig Young also appeared.
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- Alex McNeil, Total Television, New York: Penguin Books, 1996, 4th ed., p. 374