«Actually, I wish I had friends.»
Yale-educated Dick Cavett established his reputation as the most erudite of American talk show hosts in the late s and early '70s. Although there were many contenders who took on Johnny Carson , the undisputed heavyweight champion of late-night TV, Cavett generally was considered the most successful of the pretenders to Carson's throne. There were many challengers, and Carson vanquished them all, most notably Joey Bishop , Jerry Lewis and Merv Griffin who moved his talk show to afternoons and syndication after it was canceled by CBS in after a three-year run on the network. He has since appeared on numerous other talk show gigs into the 21st Century. Thought it ranked third in ratings behind Carson perpetually 1 for all the years he headlined his own show and Griffin in , he was the most respected of the Carson-wannabes. Cavett was famous for attracting guests who normally did not appear on talk shows, such as Katharine Hepburn , Laurence Olivier and the post-"Godfather" Marlon Brando , who used his time on the "Dick Cavett Show" to talk about Indians rights with Native American spokespeople Cavett allowed to share Brando's forum.
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Dick Cavett, now living in CT, remains the talk of the town
An old photograph of Dick Cavett and wife, actress Carrie Nye, in hammock with their pet terrier at their home on Long Island. Dick Cavett pairs veteran actor Robert Young with rock star Jimi Hendrix in a episode of his talk show. It was built in for James Stokes, the U. Ambassador to Great Britain.
Of all the things that mark out Dick Cavett as a talk show host like few others, perhaps the most notable is that US President Richard Nixon was caught on tape discussing how to ruin him. It was , and Nixon was on the warpath against much of show business. The commander-in-chief perceived the press as generally malign and left-wing. Dick Cavett was not, on appearance, the kind of brazen media figure such a vendetta might suggest.