When was the Mike Douglas show on?

When was the Mike Douglas show on?

The Mike Douglas Show was an American daytime television talk show hosted by Mike Douglas that aired in syndication from 1961 to 1982. A former big band singer, Douglas moved to television in the 1950s.

When did Mike Douglas show go off the air?

The format change did not help, and Douglas’ show was canceled at the end of the 1981–82 season. The last episode aired on November 30, 1981.

Where can I watch Mike Douglas?

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What happened to talk show host Mike Douglas?

Douglas developed prostate cancer in 1990, but after surgery he was cancer-free and remained in good health until almost the end of his life. He died unexpectedly on August 11, 2006, his 86th birthday, at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Is Mike Douglas still alive?

Deceased (1920–2006)
Mike Douglas/Living or Deceased

How old is Mike Douglas?

77 years (September 25, 1944)
Michael Douglas/Age

How tall is Mike Douglas?

178 cm
Michael Douglas/Height

Does Kirk Douglas have a son?

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Kirk Douglas/Sons

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Who was the comedian on the Dan Douglas Show in 1964?

The show soon ended as NBC began its four-day coverage of the tragedy. On July 23, 1964, comedian Henry Morgan made a brief appearance at the start of the show, but later walked out when Douglas was interviewing Dr. Sam Sheppard, who had been released from prison one week earlier.

What was the name of the TV show Douglas and Frankel?

Local entertainment shows were popular in the early days of television. Joining Douglas as part of the everyday lineup was the Ellie Frankel Trio, a local jazz group.

What did Kirk Douglas sing on The Tonight Show?

Joining Douglas as part of the everyday lineup was the Ellie Frankel Trio, a local jazz group. Instead of an opening comedic monologue (as was the case with The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, for example), Douglas, given his vocalist background, would begin each show by singing a popular song for the audience.