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1968 - 1973

interviews

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" He was a one off, an extraordinary personality, a great character. He had  high intelligence and a great talent." - Tony Britton

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November 5th 1971 - Part 1 

Robert in conversation with Dick Cavett along with other guests Jack Klugman, Florence Henderson and Sid Caesar.

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November 5th 1971 - Part 2

Robert in conversation with Dick Cavett along with other guests Jack Klugman, Florence Henderson and Sid Caesar. This interview contains new footage with Shaw talking about his play Cato Street.

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November 5th 1971 - Part 3

Robert in conversation with Dick Cavett along with other guests Jack Klugman, Florence Henderson and Sid Caesar. This interview contains new footage with Shaw talking about Randolph Churchill.

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January 20th 1972

Robert in conversation with Dick Cavett

alongside his wife, the actress Mary Ure, Don McLean and Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

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November 14th 1972

Robert in conversation with Dick Cavett along with other guests, singer Melba Moore and Dr. Robert McNally. In this interview Robert opens up about the death of his father and theimpact it had on him.

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November 30th 1973 - Part One

Robert briefly discusses The Sting and has banter with British comedians Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in this very funny clip. George Gilder was the other guest. This was his last appearance on the show.

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November 30th 1973 - Part Two 

Robert briefly discusses The Sting and has banter with British comedians Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in this very funny clip. George Gilder was the other guest. This was his last appearance on the show.

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November 30th 1973 - Part Three 

Things get heated in the studio when George Gilder talks about his controversial book and Robert steps in with some writing tips!

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November 30th 1973 - Part Four 

Things get heated in the studio when George Gilder talks about his controversial book and Robert steps in with some questions.

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"I would wake up and think yes I walked    with him last night  wherever it was and he was alive and I felt that I'd helped him...of course I didn't...I mean the man was dead when I was eleven....however." 

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Other Appearances

September 27th 1968

With Actress Claire Bloom
Author Norman Mailer
Film critic Dwight McDonald
and singing brothers Chris Allen and Peter Allen

December 29th 1969

With Woody Allen and Beverly Sills

These wonderful interviews show what a fabulous raconteur Robert was and what a naughty sense of humour he had. The wide ranging conversations show what a very intelligent and progressive man Shaw was and how deeply wounded he was by his fathers death. These interviews are an absolute treasure and show a very human side to this mercurial genius and his affection and connection to Dick Cavett is very obvious throughout. 
 

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