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"He had an extraordinary voice, that was the thing I liked about him."

- John Arden

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During his career Robert starred in a number of one-off dramas for television, sadly, many of which, were transmitted live and footage no longer exists.

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Madame Ranevsky is a spoiled aging aristocratic lady, who returns from a trip to Paris to face the loss of her magnificent Cherry Orchard estate after a default on the mortgage. In denial, she continues living in the past, deluding herself and her family, while the beautiful cherry trees are being axed down by the re-possessor Lopakhin, her former serf, who has his own agenda.


Written by Anton Chekhov

Translated by S.S. Koteliansky
 
Directed by Don Taylor


Produced by Fred O'Donavan

 

Settings: Barry Learoyd

CAST

Madame Ranevsky: Marian Spencer

Anya: Irmgard Spoliansky

Varya: Margot Vanderburgh

Gayev: Oliver Johnston

Lopakhin: Jack Livesey

Trofimov: Anthony Verney

Pischik: Sebastian Cabot

Charlotta: Rosemary Lomax

Yepikhodov: Anthony Drake

Dounyasha: Maria Britneva

Feers: Gordon Phillott

Yasha: Derek Elphinstone

Stranger: Ronald Sidney

Stationmaster: Wilfrid Brambell

Post Office clerk: Kyle Adair

A guitarist: Geoffrey Sisley

Guests:

Shirley Bagrit

Mary Clayton

Hildur Kalman

Guests/orchestra:

Jean Rolfe

Sidney Veltman

Harold Jamieson

Paul Williamson

Theodore Bikel

Alvar Kvaran

Thomas Kyle

John Scott

Strowan Robertson

Robert Shaw


Transmission Date: Thursday 20th March 1947 

TX: 8.30pm - 10.00pm


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1947 BBC production of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, with one of the biggest dramatic casts ever assembled at Alexandra Palace and at least five sets in the studio to portray Madame Ranevsky’s country estate.

The production was originally scheduled for 16th February but was postponed because of the shutdown of the television service caused by the fuel crisis.

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a time to be born

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Robert Shaw as Melchior


Directed by Roy Oxley

Produced by Joy Harington


Written by P.D. Cummins

Music by Herbert Murrill

Production Design by Lawrence Broadhouse



CAST

Hazel Penwarden as Mary
Laurence Hardy as Joseph
George Coulouris as The Innkeeper
Patricia Fryer as Servant Girl
Maureen Pryor as Mother
John Stuart as Father

Brothers
David Spenser
Lyndon Brook

Robert Speight as The Angel
Robert Rietty as Kaspar
Errol John as Balthasar



Transmission Date: Sunday 24th December 1952

TX: 5.30pm



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Robert Shaw as Bradley

Directed by Tony Richardson

Produced by Tony Richardson

Written by J. Jefferson Farjeon

Adapted by Tony Richardson

Also starring Alfred Burke

Transmission Date: Saturday 13th November 1954

TX: 10.15pm

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Robert Shaw as Herbert
They seek him here, they seek him there... Baroness Orczy's inspiration of the Scarlet Pimpernel gave her material for many stories, but this revival of one of television drama's most successful productions is again based on the play she and Montague Barstow made for Fred Terry. It is indeed an evergreen (or should it be ever-scarlet?) romantic adventure story with all the necessary colourful ingredients: the mysterious unknown Englishman who smuggles French aristocrats away from the guillotine during the Terror that followed the French Revolution in 1789, leaving by way of a clue to his identity only a drawing of the little English wayside flower whose name gives the play its title.


Directed by Michael Barry

Produced by Michael Barry

Written by Montagu Barstow

 

Choreographer: Patricia Kirshner

Designer: Reece Pemberton


CAST
 

Captain of the Guard:John Horsley

Citizen:  Clive Revill

Soldier: Richard Burrell

Sir Percy Blakeney: Tony Britton

De Grignon: Peter Cellier

Hempseed: Peter Stephens

Jellyband: Willoughby Goddard

Sally: Maureen O'Reilly

Chauvelin: Douglas Wilmer

Lord Anthony Dewhurst: Hugh Latimer

Sir Andrew Ffoulkes: Ronald Howard

Comtesse de Tournai: Noel Hood

Vicomte de Tournai: William Russell

Suzanne de Tournai: Diana Lambert

Lady Blakeney: Harriette Johns

Armand St Just: Eric Lander

Prince of Wales: Jack May

Lord Grenville: Jefferson Clifford

Lady Portarles: Evelyn Moore

Brogard: Gerald C. Lawson

Mere Brogard: Everley Gregg

Comte de Tournai: Norman Tyrrell

Other parts played by:

David Cahill, Geoffrey Wilmer, Alexis Milne, Olga Camilleri andMarilyn Ridge

Transmission Date: Sunday 18th September 1955

TX: 8.30pm

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Hindle Wakes

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Robert Shaw as Alan Jeffcote

 

A lowly mill girl becomes romantically involved with the boss's son while on holiday in Blackpool. She tries to hide it from her interfering parents by saying she spent the time with a female friend, but when her friend dies in a car accident, she is forced to admit the shameful affair to her folks.


Directed by John Forrest

Produced by Chloe Gibson

Designer: John Cooper

Written by Stanley Houghton


CAST

Mrs. Hawthorn: Beatrice Varley

Fanny Hawthorn: Billie Whitelaw

Mrs. Jeffcote: Bee Duffell

Nathaniel Jeffcote: Edward Chapman

Ada: Margaret Dale

Sir Timothy Farrar: David Bird

Beatrice Farrar: Susan Maryott



Transmission Date: Tuesday 6th June 1957

 

TX: 9.00pm

Station: 

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Success

Robert Shaw as Len Fox

The action covers the period from September 1954 to July 1957 and takes place in London. Len Fox (Robert Shaw) is joined by Gerry (Geraldine McEwan) and a mob of teenage autograph hunters outside the Festival Hall.


Directed by David Henry

Produced by Chloe Gibson

Written by Leo Lehma
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Music specially composed by Christopher Whelen


Designed by Richard Henry


CAST
 

Gerry Briggs: Geraldine McEwan

Teenager: Pauline Keen

Harry Schwartz: Meier Tzelniker

Freddie: Bartlett Mullins

Stage Steward: Edward Brooks

Linda: Lana Morris

Waitress: Gwen Jones

Philip: Jack May

House Agent's Clerk: Noel Davis

Maid: Mollie Maureen

Cashier: Andreas Marcos

Audiences at the Royal Festival Hall and the Wigmore Hall, dancers in dance halls, people in an Espresso bar.

Transmission Date: Sunday 23rd July 1957

 

TX: 8.45pm

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Robert Shaw as Fred Clarke

Lizzie moves to the south of the United States. She is on a train when four white men harass her. Two black men defend her, and a fight ensues. In the fight, Thomas kills the black man that was with The Negro. He is arrested. He is a nephew of the rich Senator Clarke. The Negro escapes, and the other white men spread the rumour that he had raped Lizzie, so that Thomas shooting the other black man would become acceptable.


Directed by Jerry Epstein


Produced by Bruce Woodcock


Written by Jean-Paul Sartre
 


Translated by Kitty Black


CAST

Stephen Bennett
Tom Bowman
Walter Fitzgerald
Dan Jackson
Reginald Jessop
Robert Raikes
Rachel Roberts
Gordon Rawlings
Charles Stapley



Transmission Date: Thursday 12th September 1957


TX: 9.15-10.15pm


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Robert Shaw as Reg Mathers

SERIES 3 EPISODE 11


Directed by Tania Lieven


Written by Ken Taylor


Production Design by John Clements



CAST

Barbara Ashcroft as Nellie
Roger Gage as Renzo Gentille
Bernard Kay as The Ticket Collector
Charles Leo as Mr. Thomas
Joyce Marlow as Joan Thomas
Janet Munro as Sally Mathers
Sidney Vivian as Fred Kershaw



Transmission Date: Friday 15th November 1957


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Robert Shaw as Rupert of Hentzau


Directed by Hal Burton



Produced by Hal Burton



Written by Anthony Hope


 

Designer: Hal Burton

Cameraman: Douglas Wolfe

Film Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson

Fights arranged by: Terry Baker

 

CAST

Queen Flavia: Sarah Lawson

Colonel Sapt: Stanley van Beers

Fritz von Tarlenheim: Maurice Kaufman

The King: John Westbrook

Rudolf Rassendyll: John Westbrook

Helga von Tarlenheim: Jennifer Wright

Bauer: John Gabriel

Mother Holf: Margery Caldicott

Count Luzau-Rischenheim: Paul Eddington

James: Meadows White

Rosa Holf: Diana Lambert

Lieutenant Bernenstein: Jeremy Burnham

Max: Norman Wynne

Simon, the huntsman: Ian Ainsley

Herbert: Edward Forsyth

The Chancellor: Eric Holmes

Hired roughs: John Line and Michael A. Kent

Policemen: Danny Moynihan and William Patenall

 

Servants: David Webb and Sheldon Allan

Townspeople: Sally Corday, Jean Denton, Alice Esmie-Bell, Betty Hare, Jan Kenny, Lilian Padmore, Roy Boutcher, Charles Gillespie, Peter Gray, Rob Inglis, Denis Redwood and Bindon Russell


Transmission Date: Thursday 26th December 1957

 

TX: 9.45pm

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White Hunter

Robert Shaw as Bob Gordon

Series 1 Episode 35: Voodoo Wedding

In Kenya, where she was born and reared, Sally Reynolds has been
exposed to witchcraft. When she was 10 years old, she and a
neighbour's boy were married in a voodoo ceremony. Now Sally is
planning to become engaged to a white hunter, but her servant,
Napi, tells her that terrible things will happen if she does.

Directed by Ernest Morris

Written by Lee Leob

Produced by Norman Williams

Music by Philip Green


African Location Direction by Bernard Lewis


Story Consultancy by Donn Mullally

Production Supervision by T.S. Lyndon-Haynes


Cinematography by Brendan J. Stafford

CAST

Rhodes Reason as John A. Hunter

Gene Anderson as Sally Reynolds

Eric Francis as Office Clerk

Fred Goddard as The Policeman

Edward Judd as Fred Longden

Jack Lambert as Dr. Waring

Hugh Moxey as The Comissioner

Harry Quashie as Napi

Susan Travers as The Nurse

Sammy White as The Witch Doctor

Transmission Date: Wednesday 15th October 1958

TX: 6.10pm

Filmed  at Twickenham Studios/ Beaconsfield Studios, London, England
with location scenes filmed in Africa

Station:

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Robert Shaw as Mark Renfrew

SERIES 3 EPISODE 71


Directed by Guy Verney

Written by Lester Powell

Production Design by Tom Spaulding

Music by Robert Farnon

CAST

Adrienne Corri as Helen Renfrew
John Bentley as Stephen Craig
Colin Douglas as Police Sergeant
Anthony Woodruff as Clergyman
Mary Wimbush as Miss Pembroke


Transmission Date: Sunday 17th January 1960

Station: 

 

Misfire

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Night run to the west

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Robert Shaw as Charlie Williams

SERIES 5 EPISODE 43

 

A truck driver who has broken down in the middle of the night calls on an isolated house for assistance, a twist of fate that could lead him to facing a murder charge.

Directed by Peter Potter

Written by George Carleton-Brown

Production Design by Disley Jones

CAST

Jill Balcon as Frances Broderick

June Brown as Alice

Dandy Nichols as Edie

Victor Platt as Mike

Ernest Thesiger as Calvin Broderick

Transmission Date: Thursday 30th June 1960

Station: 

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the dark man

Robert Shaw as Alan Regan

Directed by Don Taylor

Produced by Don Taylor

Written by N.J. Crisp

Production Design by Charles Carroll

CAST

Reg: Daniel Moynihan

Robert Smith: Earl Cameron

Jean Forest: Rita Davies

Audrey Regan: Barbara Clegg

Ellen Woodward: Maureen O'Reilly

Basil Woodward: Reginald Marsh

Albert Watson: Denis Holmes

Mr Knight: Edward Burnham

Fred Crook: Edward Kelsey

Bill Jackson: Clifford Cox

Mrs Crosby: Nan Braunton

Potter: Jay Denyer

William Martin: Lionel Ngakane

Transmission Date: Thursday 8th December 1960

Station: 

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the train set

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Robert Shaw as Henry

 

"It's only right a kid should 'ave a train set, isn't it? It's what a kid ought to 'ave. I mean, you ain't a kid for long. Ya soon know what life's like, don't ya? Well, ya do. You've gotta 'ave summat to look back on. It's only right."

Directed AND PRODUCED by Don Taylor

Written by David Turner

DesignED BY Clifford Hatts

CAST

Jimmy: Roy Holder

Vera: Mary Chester

Gran: Nan Marriott-Watson

Ronnie: Derek Williams

George: Geoffrey Lewis

Joe: Peter Thomas

Fred: Frank Windsor

Bill: Edward Evans

Les: Tony Garnett

Linda: Topsy Jane

Shop assistant: Peter Halliday

Customer: Peter Collingwood

TRANSMISSION Date: THURSDAY 5th January 1961

TX: 7.55pm

Station: 

Filmed at ATV Studios, Birmingham

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interview for wives

Robert Shaw as Dandridge

 

Directed by David Boisseau

Written by Leo Lehmann

Also starring Jill Dixon

Transmission Date: Wednesday 16th May 1962

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Robert Shaw as The Captain

 

Parents struggle over the future of their child, resulting in the mother, using her cunning manipulative skills, subduing and finally destroying the father.

Directed by Alan Bridges

Written by August Strindberg

Adapted by Peter Watts

Music arranged by Wilfred Josephs

Designed by Barry Learoyd

CAST

The Pastor: John Moore

Svard: Philip Howard

Nojd: Peter Jesson

Laura: Daphne Slater

The Grandmother: Kathleen Saintsbury

Dr Ostermark: Denis Quilley

Old Margret: Wynne Clark

Bertha: Michele Dotrice

Transmission Date: Friday 21st September 1962

TX: 9.30pm

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Festival presents

a florentine tragedy

Robert Shaw as Simone

A Florentine Tragedy is a fragment of a never-completed play by Oscar Wilde. The subject concerns Simone, a wealthy 16th century Florentine merchant who finds his wife Bianca in the arms of a local prince, Guido Bardi. After feigning hospitality, Simone challenges the interloper to a duel, disarms, and strangles him. This awakens the affection of his wife, and two are reconciled.

Directed by Herbert Wise

Produced by Peter Luke

Written by Oscar Wilde

Adapted by Robert Shaw

Fight arranged by William Hobbs 

 

Make-up supervision by Lilias Munro

 

Costumes designed by Olive Harris

 

Lute music arranged and played by Julian Bream

 

Settings by Marilyn Taylor

 

Story editing by Harry Moore

 CAST

Mary Ure as Bianca

Alex Davion as Guido Bardi

Ann Beach as Maria

Transmission Date: Wednesday 11th March 1964

TX: 9.25pm - 10.20pm

Station:

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Robert and Mary rehearsing on set

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film night

Robert Shaw and his Films

Sheridan Morley and Philip Jenkinson look at the career of the actor whose performance in Young Winston has been widely acclaimed. Included are clips from his earlier films.
 

Presenter: Sheridan Morley

Presenter: Philip Jenkinson

Producer: Barry Brown

Editor: Rowan Ayers

Transmission Date: Friday 13th October 1972 at 11.20pm

Station: BBC 2

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festive focus

Eric Robinson introduces some of our Christmas fare helped by

Jon Pertwee

 Billy Smart

 Gene Kelly

 Robert Shaw

 John Westbrook

Ted Ray

Bill Maynard

 Charlie Drake

Cliff Michelmore

 

Director: John Goss

TRANSMISSION DATE: MONDAY 23RD DECEMBER 1957

TX: 10.45PM

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film PREVIEW

With Philip Jenkinson who is joined in the studio this week by Robert Shaw to look at scenes from:

"A Man For All Seasons" - Paul Scofield, Robert Shaw by courtesy of Columbia

"The Moment of Truth" by courtesy of Connoisseur Films

"The Honey Pet" - Rex Harrison, Maggie Smith by courtesy of United Artists

"Birth of the Blues" - Bing Crosby, Mary Martin

"Stanley and Livingstone" - Spencer Tracy, Cedric Hardwicke

"The Diary of a Chambermaid" - Paulette Goddard



Producer: Christopher Doll

Transmission Date: Friday 31st March 1967

TX: 10.50pm

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1: Robert Shaw
A film about the novelist-actor on location in Spain interviewed by Julian Jebb.

2: David Jones
A filmed conversation between the artist and his friend Saunders Lewis.

Director: Tristram Powell

Sound recordist: Peter Richardson

Cameraman: Eddie Best

Film editor: Inman Hunter

Producer: Melvyn Bragg

Transmission Date: Monday 15th March 1965

TX: 9.15pm

Station: 

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For the Children

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Robert Atkins, the well-known actor-manager, with the help of Patricia Neale and a group of students from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (by permission of Sir Kenneth Barnes, the Principal) shows how a scene should be rehearsed and acted.

 

Presented for television by Michael Barry



Twelfth Night
Act 1: Scenes 1 and 2, and part of Scene 5

Macbeth
Act 1: Scene 5, Act 2: Scene 1

CAST

Orsino: Eric Lander

Curio: Robert Shaw

Valentine: John Neville

Viola: Ursula O'Leary

A sea captain: Alan Nunn

Maria: Edna Fryer

Olivia: Patricia Neale

Malvolio: Peter Jones

Sir Toby Belch: Peter Sallis

Two waiting-women: Jane Newell and Gaynor Woods

Lady Macbeth: Zilla Tomlin

An attendant: Pieter Geldenhuys

Macbeth: Lempriere Hammond

The schoolboy: John Harris

Transmission Date: Sunday 21st March 1948

TX: 4.00pm - 5.00pm

Station:

 

 


 

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A new play by Willis Hall

Televised direct from the New Theatre, London.


(By arrangement with Oscar Lewenstein and Wolf Mankowitz and the English Stage Company Ltd.)

They're green, this mixed bunch of servicemen getting a taste of the Malayan jungle in the fateful days of 1942. But they're not without their own broad views on life and war, nor without their own brand of humour. This is a remarkable play into which its author has written some of the most natural 'service' dialogue ever heard in the theatre...

written by Willis Hall

set design by Alan Tagg

Directed by Lindsay Anderson

Presented for television by John Vernon

CAST

465 Sgt. Mitchem, R.: Robert Shaw

839 Cpl. Johnstone, E.: Edward Judd 

594 L/Cpl. Macleish, A.J.: Ronald Fraser

632 Pte. Whitaker, S.: David Andrews

777 Pte. Evans, T.E.: Alfred Lynch

877 Pte. Bamforth, C.: Peter O'Toole

611 Pte. Smith, P.: Bryan Pringle

Japanese soldier: Kenji TakakI

TRANSMISSION DATE: THURSDAY 9TH APRIL 1959

TX: 8.15PM

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Host Merv Griffin
with Arthur Treacher

Guests

Actor Robert Shaw
Actress Susan Batson

Comedy team: Nancie Phillips and George Ormiston

Comedians: Jackie Vernon and Marty Brill

Columnist Drew Pearson, who discusses crime in politics and his books "The Senator" and "The Case Against Congress"

Singer Kim Weston

Transmission Date: Friday 4th October 1968

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Host Johnny Carson

Guests

Comedian Jackie Vernon

Actor Robert Shaw
Singers Eddie Fisher and Abbe Lane

Transmission Date: Tuesday 31st January 1967

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Hosted by Ed Sullivan

Guests
Bob Newhart
Red Skelton
Jackie DeShannon
Gwen Verdon
George Carlin
Sergio Franchi
Skiles & Henderson
Leo Samourai


Highlights
Jackie DeShannon sings "Put a Little Love In Your Heart" and "Brighton Hill."

Robert Shaw and Rita Moreno (actors) - perform a scene from the Broadway musical "Gantry" (based on "Elmer Gantry").

Sergio Franchi sings "To Give" and "Una Cantinon de Mexicana."

Gwen Verdon (dancer) - "A Fine Fine Day" production number (choreographed by Bob Fosse).

Bob Newhart (comedian) stand-up routine: police line-up.

Red Skelton (comedian) - in a stand-up monologue, does a pantomime of a woman driving a car.

Skiles & Henderson (comedy team) - do a routine about the 1939 Blitzkrieg bombings of London.

Les Samourai (sword dancers and duellers) - two Frenchmen fight with swords.

George Prentis' Punch & Judy Puppet Show (puppets with sticks).


Transmission Date: Sunday 1st February 1970

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Hosted by Les Crane

Guests
Steve Allen sounds off about an article written by William Buckley Jr., and then joins actors
Robert Shaw and Howard da Silva to discuss non-conformity.

Also featured will be a debate on "Socialized Medicine" between English social critic Bernard Levin
and Dr. Edward Annis, former president of the American Medical Association.

Transmission Date: Monday January 4th 1965

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Carol Channing co-hosts

Guests

Comedienne Lily Tomlin

Actress Alice Playten


Actor Robert Shaw

and Sir John Waldron, commissioner of Scotland Yard


Transmission Date: Wednesday 5th April 1972

Station: Syndicated



 

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Host Johnny Carson

Guests


Actor Robert Shaw

Actress Shelley Winters

Bandleader Artie Shaw

Guitarists George Barnes and Bucky Pizzarelli


Transmission Date: Monday 22nd November 1971

Station:










 

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Host Johnny Carson

Guests


Actor Robert Shaw

Comedian Robert Klein

Actress Margot Kidder

Mayor Tom Bradley

and singer Dick Haymes


Transmission Date: Tuesday 5th June 1973

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Host David Frost

Guests

Actor Jack Palance


English stage and film actor Robert Shaw

French singer Sacha Distel

Comic Jackie Gayle

and Sound effects expert Wes Harrison

Transmission Date: Thursday 30th October 1969

Station: 

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Host Johnny Carson

Guests


Actor Robert Shaw

Actress Mary Ure

Singers Trini Lopez and Vikki Carr


Transmission Date: Friday 19th February 1971

Station:








 

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Host David Frost

Guests


English actor Robert Shaw

Actress Mary Ure


and Actress Lee Grant

Transmission Date: Thursday 16th December 1971

Station: 

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Host: Dinah Shore

Guests


 
Robert Shaw

Johnny Brown

Dick Clark

Melissa Manchester


and Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods

Transmission Date: Tuesday 29th July 1975

Station: 

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