Dean Martin Celebrity Roast On DVD (1973-79, 1984)

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After an enormously successful film and music career throughout the fifties and mid-sixties, Dean embarked upon a relatively new medium- television. The Dean Martin Show began on September 16, 1965, in which one of the segments, a celebrity roast, became wildly popular. Who better than "The Main Man" himself to publicly shower his legendary celebrity friends with ribbing insults and embarrassing stories.

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts became a fast favorite with television audiences and soon evolved to become its own network series. At the time Dean Martin had one of the largest contracts between a network and a star.

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts were a fixture on the NBC Thursday night lineup from 1973 to 1984. In those 11 years, Dean and his panel of pals successfully ridiculed, embarrassed and made fun of legendary stars like, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin himself, to name a few.




Season 1, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/13/1973
Ronald Reagan
Dean Martin roasts former actor Ronald Reagan. On the dais with Dean are Jack Benny, Jackie Vernon, Jonathan Winters, Phyllis Diller, Don Rickles, Dom DeLuise, Pat Henry, Audrey Meadows, Nipsey Russell, Mark Spitz and Ronald's wife Nancy Reagan. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Sitting on Top of the World" and "Smile". Dean Martin joins Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson for a medley of country songs.

 Season 1, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/20/1973
Hugh Hefner
Dean Martin roasts Hugh Hefner, creator of "Playboy Magazine" and the "Playboy Penthouse" and the "Playboy After Dark" variety shows. On the dais are Joey Bishop, Billy Baxter, Howard Cosell, Audrey Meadows, Jackie Gayle, Dick Martin, Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder" and "The Glory of Love". Dean Martin, Dick Martin, Joey Bishop perform "Little Tin Box". Dean Martin, Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall perform a Country medley. Sportscaster Howard Cosell announces a blow-by-blow account of an argument between a husband and wife (Dean Martin and Audrey Meadows). Dean Martin also plays a disillusioned husband who's growing tired of his group marriage.

 Season 1, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/27/1973
Ed McMahon
Johnny Carson's Friend and Co-Host Ed McMahon is the man of the hour in this roast. On the dais with Dean are Ernest Borgnine, Dom DeLuise, Pat Buttram, Jackie Vernon, Dionne Warwick, Steve Landesburg, Charo, Jack Carter, Charlie Rich and Doug Dillard. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Return to Me". Dionne Warwick sings "You'll Never Get to Heaven". Ernest Borgnine plays a door-to-door "Ravon" salesman who stops at Dean's house. Ernest Borgnine and Dean Martin are frantic robbers trying to hold up Dom DeLuise's butcher shop.

 Season 1, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/4/1973
William Conrad
Dean Martin roasts "Cannon" star Willam Conrad. On the dais are Phyllis Diller, Nipsey Russell, Petula Clark, Bob Newhart and Jackie Gayle. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "C'est Magnifique". Petula and Dean duet in a medley of "Top of the World", "The Good Times" and "It's a Good Day". In a mix-up, Bob Newhart makes arrangements to bury his deceased uncle in a pet cemetery. In a bar sketch, Bob Newhart plays a friendly, but intoxicated, customer.

 Season 1, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/11/1973
Kirk Douglas
Dean Martin roasts Kirk Douglas. Guests on the dais are Ted Knight, Norm Crosby, Burns & Schreiber (Jack Burns, Avery Schreiber), Rich Little, Lynn Anderson, Jackie Gayle, Don Rickles and Tim Conway. Highlights: Dean Martin, Lynn Anderson and Ray Price perform "The Sun is Shinin'", "Make it Rain", "Sing About Love" and "You're the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me". Tim Conway plays his old man character moving in slow-motion.

 Season 1, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/18/1973
Bette Davis
Dean Martin roasts Emmy and Academy Award winning actress Bette Davis. Guests appearing on the dais are Henry Fonda, Vincent Price, Barbara Heller, Army Archerd, Pat Buttram, Kay Medford, Nipsey Russell, Joyce Haber, Howard Cosell, Tom T. Hall and Jeannie C. Riley. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Non Dimenticar". Tom T. Hall sings "I Love". Jeannie C. Riley and Tom T. Hall duet on "This Ole House".

 Season 1, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/25/1973
Barry Goldwater
Dean roasts Barry Goldwater the man of the hour. Appearing on the dais are guests William Holden, William Conrad, Norm Crosby, Steve Landesburg, Carroll O'Connor, Nipsey Russell, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Don Rice, Dan Rowan and political satirist and comedian Mark Russell. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Free to Carry On". Dean Martin and Ray Stevens duet with "Y'all Come", "Nashville", "Bumming Around" and "Things". William Holden and Dean Martin are monks awaiting a break in their vows of silence.

 Season 1, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/1/1973
Johnny Carson
Johnny Carson, the famed host of the Tonight Show is the Man of the hour in this Roast. Also appearing on the dais with Dean are Bette Davis, Jack Benny, George Burns, Truman Capote, Doc Severinsen, Joey Bishop, Ruth Buzzi, Dom DeLuise, Bob Newhart, Fred DeCordova, Jonathan Winters, Foster Brooks, Martin Milner, Kent McCord, Dionne Warwick, Rich Little, Barry Goldwater and Redd Foxx.

 Season 1, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/8/1973
Wilt Chamberlain
Basketball great Wilt Chamberlain is roasted in this episode. Appearing with Dean on the dais are Norm Crosby, Audrey Meadows, Ken Berry, Nipsey Russell, Bill Shoemaker, Vernon Scott, George Kennedy, Jackie Gayle, Happy Hairston, Pat Henry and Ferlin Husky. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Young At Heart". Ferlin Husky and Dean Martin sing a medley of "Down by the Riverside," "Rosie Cries A Lot," "Houston" and "Ramblin' Rose".

 Season 1, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/22/1973
Hubert Humphrey
Hubert Humphrey is roasted in this hour. Appearing with Dean on the dais are Gene Kelly, Leo Durocher, Audrey Meadows, Mort Sahl, Ted Knight, Mark Russell, Rich Little, Don Rice III, Pat Henry, Nipsey Russell, Foster Brooks and Senator Lowell Weicker (R-Conn).

 Season 1, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/7/1973
Carroll O'Connor
The star of "All in the Family" Carroll O'Connor is roasted in this episode. Appearing with Dean on the dais are Mama Cass Elliott, Redd Foxx, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Marty Allen, Mike Connors, Nipsey Russell, Gene Kelly, Joey Bishop, Don Rickles, Norm Crosby, Foster Brooks, Robert Wood, President of CBS Television and Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz). Filmed interviews with William Conrad, William Holden, Donald O'Connor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Charles Nelson Reilly, Ruth Buzzi and New York Mayor John Lindsay. With a Special appearance by Elsie Birdwell.

 Season 1, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/13/1973
Monty Hall
"Lets Make a Deal" host Monty Hall is roasted in this episode.

Appearing with Dean on the dais are Gene Kelly, Bert Parks, Audrey Meadows, Rocky Graziano, Donald O'Connor, Art Linkletter, Jack Carter, Ted Knight, Doug Dillard, Allan Drake, Senator Birch Bayh (D-Ind.) and The Golddiggers. Highlights: Dean Martin and Gene Kelly duet on "You Are My Sunshine". Gene Kelly and the Golddiggers perform "Count on Me". Doug Dillard and the Golddiggers perform "Banjo Man". The Golddiggers perform "Open Up Your Heart".

 Season 1, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/20/1973
Jack Klugman and Tony Randall
Dean roasts "The Odd Couple" Jack Klugman and Tony Randall on the dais are Mike Connors, Gary Burghoff, Ruth Buzzi, Soupy Sales, Jack Carter, Leonard Barr, Jackie Vernon, Loretta Lynn Doug Kershaw and jockey Laffit Pincay. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "Turn the World Around" and "As Time Goes By". Doug Kershaw performs "Louisiana Man" and "Sweet Jole Bion".

 Season 1, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/10/1974
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor is roasted by Dean and the dais guests Donald O'Connor, Charles Nelson Reilly, Sue Cameron, Corbett Monica, Donna Fargo, Lonnie Shorr, Ruth Buzzi, Buddy Hackett and Mel Tillis. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "The Small Exception of Me". Dean Martin, Buddy Hackett, Donald O'Connor, Charles Nelson Reilly perform "Along Came Jones". A "Wide World of Sports" spoof with Dean Martin as a bullfighter and Buddy Hackett as the bull.

 Season 1, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/17/1974
Leo Durocher
Leo Durocher is the Man of the Hour. Appearing with Dean on the dais, are guests, Gene Kelly, Maury Wills, Bobby Riggs, Dizzy Dean, Chuck Connors, Alex Karras, Jack Carter, Foster Brooks, Dizzy Dean and Gladys Knight and the Pips. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "I'm Sitting on Top of the World", "I Walk the Line" and "Georgia Sunshine". Gladys Knight & the Pips perform "Midnight Train to Georgia".

 Season 1, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/24/1974
Truman Capote
Dean roasts Truman Capote, the man of the hour. Appearing on the dais are Jean Simmons, Ted Knight, Audrey Meadows, Donald O'Connor, Rich Little, Joseph Wambaugh, Rocky Graziano, Foster Brooks, Anna Moffo and Johnny Russell. Highlights: Anna Moffo performs a "West Side Story" medley. Johnny Russell sings "Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer".

 Season 1, Episode 17 – Aired: 2/7/1974
Don Rickles
Don Rickles, resident member of the roasters is roasted himself in this episode. Dean is accompanied on the dais by Joey Bishop, Phyllis Diller, Lorne Greene, Rowan & Martin, Casey Kaseem, Bob Newhart, Carol Channing, Nipsey Russell, Cliff Robertson, Jack Klugman, Pat Henry, Kirk Douglas, Rich Little, Telly Savalas, Charlie Callas, Foster Brooks and Eugene Cernan (Apollo XVII).

 Season 1, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/14/1974
Ralph Nader
Ralph Nader is the Man of the Hour in this celebrity roast. Dean appears on the dais with guests Jack Klugman, James Brolin, Jane Withers, Steve Landesburg, Mort Sahl, Rich Little, Ruth Buzzi, Jackie Gayle, Foster Brooks, Donna Fargo and The Statler Brothers. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "C'est Si Bon". Donna Fargo sings "It Do Feel Good". The Statler Brothers perform "Carry Me Back". Ruth Buzzi and Dean Martin do a sketch demonstrating the different ways a married couple communicate with each other.

 Season 1, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/21/1974
Jack Benny
Comedy legend Jack Benny is the Man of the Week being roasted by Dean along with others on the dais which include Jimmy Stewart, Joey Bishop, Florence Henderson, George Burns, Norm Crosby, Zubin Mehtah, Pearl Bailey, Dick Martin, Mark Spitz, Wayne Newton, Rich Little, Demond Wilson, Jack Carter, Foster Brooks and Gary Burghoff.

 Season 1, Episode 20 – Aired: 3/1/1974
Redd Foxx
Redd Foxx of "Sanford and Son" is roasted as Dean appears on the dais with guests Demond Wilson, Joey Bishop, Nipsey Russell, Foster Brooks, Norm Crosby, Rich Little, Jim Bailey, Jackie Gayle, John Barbour and Slappy White. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "It's the Talk of the Town".

 Season 1, Episode 21 – Aired: 3/8/1974
Bobby Riggs
Bobby Riggs is roasted as the Man of the Week while Dean is on the dais with guests Vincent Price, Chuck Connors, Leo Durocher, Alex Karras, Wayne Newton, Lynn Anderson, Don Rice III, Jack Carter and Rosemary Casals.

 Season 1, Episode 22 – Aired: 3/15/1974
George Washington
George Washington is the Man of the Hour as Dean and guests on the dais roast the First President of the United States. Guests include Audrey Meadows, Dick Martin, Leonard Barr, Steve Lawrence, Corbett Monica, Nipsey Russell, Euell Gibbons, Henny Youngman, Jack Carter and Foster Brooks. George Washington's wife Martha (Audrey Meadows), his press secretary (Foster Brooks) and his aide-de-camp (Steve Lawrence doing a Groucho Marx impersonation) with Jan Leighton portraying the man himself George Washington take this comical look at this historical figure. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "For the Good Times" and "Lay Some Happiness on Me".

 Season 1, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/22/1974
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
Comic team Dan Rowan and Dick Martin are roasted in this hour. Dean appears on the dais with guests Joey Bishop, Audrey Meadows, Arte Johnson, Richard Dawson, Nipsey Russell, Steve Lawrence, Bob Newhart, Ruth Buzzi, Foster Brooks, Buck Owens, Jackie Gayle, Dorsey Burnette and the Golddiggers. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "By the Time I Get to Phoenix". Dorsey Burnette sings "I Let Another Good One Get Away". Dean Martin, Steve Lawrence and Buck Owens perform "We've Got a Lot in Common". The Golddiggers perform "Let Me Be There".

 Season 1, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/29/1974
Henry "Hank" Aaron
Baseball great Hank Aaron is roasted in this hour. Dean appears on the dais with guests Lou Rawls, Joey Bishop, Eddie Matthews (manager of the Atlanta Braves), Dizzy Dean, Foster Brooks, Audrey Meadows, Norm Crosby, Lynn Anderson, Nipsey Russell, Jackie Kahane and Jeannie Burnier. With a special appearance by Rodney Allen Rippy. Highlights: Dean Martin sings "It Had to Be You" and "That Old-Time Feeling". Lou Rawls sings "Cold, Cold Heart".

 Season 1, Episode 25 – Aired: 4/5/1974
Joe Namath
Joe Namath is the Man of the Hour. Appearing with Dean on the dais are guests Don Meredith, Weeb Eubank, Paul "Bear" Bryant, Dick Butkus, Jim Plunkett, David Janssen, Angie Dickinson, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, Foster Brooks, Charlie Callas, Joey Bishop, Rich Little and Slappy White.

 Season 2, Episode 1 – Aired: 10/31/1974
Bob Hope
Dean Martin roasts Bob Hope, comedian, show host and USO regular. Appearing on the dais are Jack Benny, John Wayne, James Stewart, Ginger Rogers, Howard Cosell, Phyllis Diller, Don Rickles, Flip Wilson, Charlie Callas, Rich Little, Foster Brooks, Milton Berle, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Governor Ronald Reagan, Reverend Billy Graham, General Omar Bradley, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, President Gerald Ford, and Bob's wife Dolores Hope.

 Season 2, Episode 2 – Aired: 11/15/1974
Telly Savalas
Dean Martin roasts Telly Savalas appearing on the dais are Ernest Borgnine, Howard Cosell, Angie Dickinson, Phyllis Diller, Alex Karras, George Kennedy, Darren McGavin, Robert Stack, Peter Graves, Don Rickles, Richard Roundtree, Shelley Winters, Rich Little, Dom DeLuise and the comedy team of Dan Rowan & Dick Martin. Also taking part in the roast is comedian Foster Brooks, who claims to be Telly's barber and Casey Kasem dressed up as Columbo.

 Season 2, Episode 3 – Aired: 2/7/1975
Lucille Ball
The Star of "I Love Lucy" is the Woman of the Hour in this Roast. From the MGM GRAND HOTEL in the Ziegfeld Room, Dean roasts Lucille Ball, appearing on the dais are guests Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Foster Brooks, Ruth Buzzi, Phyllis Diller, Totie Fields, Henry Fonda, Gale Gordon, Bob Hope, Rich Little, Dick Martin, Gary Morton, Don Rickles, Ginger Rogers, Dan Rowan, Nipsey Russell and Vivian Vance. This was Jack Benny's final TV appearance.

 Season 2, Episode 4 – Aired: 2/27/1975
Jackie Gleason
Ralph of the Honeymooners gets the star treatment in this roast. Assisting Dean on the dais are guests Milton Berle, Foster Brooks, Art Carney, Sid Caesar, Phyllis Diller, Frank Gorshin, Gene Kelly, Jane Kean, Sheila MacRae, Audrey Meadows, Nipsey Russell and Danny Thomas.

 Season 2, Episode 5 – Aired: 4/24/1975
Sammy Davis Jr.
Singer and member of the Rat Pack Sammy Davis Jr. is the man of the hour. Assisting Dean are Milton Berle, Joey Bishop, Foster Brooks, Wilt Chamberlain, Norm Crosby, Altovise Davis (Sammy's wife), Phyllis Diller, Frank Gorshin, Jan Murray, Freddie Prinze, Don Rickles, Nipsey Russell and Dionne Warwicke.

 Season 2, Episode 6 – Aired: 5/15/1975
Michael Landon
Michael Landon of "Little House on the Prairie" is Roasted this hour. Guests are Amanda Blake, Ernest Borgnine, Sid Caesar, Phyllis Diller, Euell Gibbons, Lorne Greene, Guy Marks, Jan Murray, Don Rickles, Cliff Robertson and Victor Sen Yung, Joey Bishop and Norm Crosby.

 Season 3, Episode 1 – Aired: 11/10/1975
Evel Knievel
Famed Daredevil Evel Knievel is Roasted this hour. Joining Dean are guests Milton Berle, Ernest Borgnine, Foster Brooks, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Ruth Buzzi, Charlie Callas, Glen Campbell, William Conrad, Jackie Cooper, Georgia Engel, Senator Barry Goldwater, Gabe Kaplan, Audrey Meadows, Don Rickles, Cliff Robertson, Nipsey Russell, Isabel Sanford, and McLean Stevenson.

 Season 3, Episode 2 – Aired: 11/20/1975
Valerie Harper
"Mary Tyler Moore Show" co-star and "Rhoda" Star Valerie Harper is the Woman of the Hour. Also appearing on the dais with Dean are Jack Albertson, Ed Asner, Foster Brooks, Red Buttons, Jack Carter, Phyllis Diller, Georgia Engel, Chad Everett, Jamie Farr, Eva Gabor, Harold Gould, David Groh, Julie Kavner, Rich Little, Nipsey Russell, Isabel Sanford, Dick Schaal, Nancy Walker and Shelley Winters.

 Season 3, Episode 3 – Aired: 2/19/1976
Muhammad Ali
The Champ, The Greatest Fighter in all history of Boxing, Muhammad Ali is Roasted in this Hour. Taking part in this roast are Foster Brooks, Red Buttons, Ruth Buzzi, Charlie Callas, Wilt Chamberlain, Howard Cosell, Billy Crystal, Georgia Engel, Rocky Graziano, Sherman Hemsley, Gabe Kaplan, Gene Kelly, Herbert Muhammad, Tony Orlando, Floyd Patterson, Freddie Prinze, Nipsey Russell, Isabel Sanford and Orson Welles.

 Season 3, Episode 4 – Aired: 2/27/1976
Dean Martin
The host and creator of this very show as well as the "Dean Martin Variety Hour" is roasted himself in this two-hour episode. Don Rickles assumes the role of "RoastMaster." Also appearing on the dais are Muhammad Ali, Joey Bishop, Foster Brooks, Ruth Buzzi, Charlie Callas, Howard Cosell, Angie Dickinson, Georgia Engel, Senator Barry Goldwater, Bob Hope, Senator Hubert Humphrey, Gabe Kaplan, Gene Kelly, Rich Little, Paul Lynde, Dick Martin, Joe Namath, Tony Orlando, Dan Rowan, Nipsey Russell, James Stewart, John Wayne and Orson Welles.

 Season 3, Episode 5 – Aired: 4/27/1976
Dennis Weaver
Dennis Weaver of "McCloud" and "Gunsmoke" is roasted in this hour. Dean appears on the dais with guests Amanda Blake, Milburn Stone, William Conrad, Shelley Winters, Mike Connors, Steve Forrest, Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Rich Little, Ruth Buzzi, Nipsey Russell, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Georgia Engel, Peter Graves and Foster Brooks.

 Season 3, Episode 6 – Aired: 5/25/1976
Joe Garagiola
Baseball player and announcer Joe Garagiola is roasted in this episode. Dean appears on the dais with guests Red Buttons, Orson Welles, Luis Tiant, Pat Henry, Nipsy Russell, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Yogi Berra, Norm Crosby, Shirley Jones, Mickey Mantle, Jack Carter, Stan Musial, Maury Wills, Charles O. Finley, Charlie Callas and Jackie Gayle.

 Season 4, Episode 1 – Aired: 11/26/1976
Redd Foxx
In this second roast to Redd Foxx who is the Man of the Hour, appearing with Dean on the dais are guests, Demond Wilson, Milton Berle, Isabel Sanford, Isaac Hayes, LaWanda Page, Jimmie Walker, Slappy White, Liz Torres, George Kirby, Norm Crosby, Steve Allen, Joe Garagiola, Nipsey Russell, Don Rickles, Marty Allen and Abe Vigoda.

 Season 4, Episode 2 – Aired: 12/15/1976
Danny Thomas
Dean roasts producer and actor Danny Thomas who is the Man of the Hour. Appearing on the dais are Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Gene Kelly, Jimmie Walker, Red Buttons, Harvey Korman, Charo, Charlie Callas, Ruth Buzzi, Nipsey Russell, Dena Dietrich, Howard Cosell, Jan Murray, Don Knotts and Orson Welles.

 Season 4, Episode 3 – Aired: 2/8/1977
Angie Dickinson
Dean roasts Angie Dickinson, Star of "Police Woman" appearing on the dais are Jimmy Stewart, Eve Arden, Earl Holliman, Orson Welles, Joey Bishop, Juliet Prowse, Jimmie Walker, Cindy Williams, Red Buttons, Cathy Rigby, Jackie Mason, Scatman Crothers, LaWanda Page, Ruth Buzzi, Charlie Callas, Foster Brooks and Rex Reed.

 Season 4, Episode 4 – Aired: 2/21/1977
Gabe Kaplan
Writer, Creator and Star of "Welcome Back Kotter" Gabe Kaplan is the Man of the Hour in this Dean Martin roast. Appearing on the dais are Nipsey Russell, Liz Torres, Billy Crystal, Red Buttons, Charo, Jimmy Walker, Orson Welles, Howard Cosell, Johnny Bench, Ed Bluestone, Alice Ghostley, Joe Garagiola, Charlie Callas, Abe Vigoda, George Kirby and Milton Berle.

 Season 4, Episode 5 – Aired: 3/2/1977
Ted Knight
Ted Knight is the Man of the Hour for this roast appearing on the dais with Dean are guests Ed Asner, Gavin MacLeod, Georgia Engel, Jimmy Stewart, Orson Welles, Jimmie Walker, Jack Carter, Harvey Korman, Jackie Wilson, Red Buttons, LaWanda Page, Paul Williams, Foster Brooks, Scatman Crothers, Kelly Monteith, Willy Tyler & Lester, Julie McWhirter and Dr. Renee Richards.

 Season 4, Episode 6 – Aired: 5/22/1977
Peter Marshall
Game show host Peter Marshall is The Man of the Hour for this roast. Appearing on the dais with Dean are guests Joey Bishop, Rose Marie, Red Buttons, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Orson Welles, Rip Taylor, Vincent Price, Karen Valentine, Ed Bluestone, Foster Brooks, Jimmie Walker, Jackie Gayle, Paul Lynde, Jack Carter and Wayland Flowers & Madam.

 Season 5, Episode 1 – Aired: 11/2/1977
Dan Haggerty
Grizzly Adams star Dan Haggerty is the Man of the Hour appearing with Dean on the dais are guests Denver Pyle, William Conrad, Harry Morgan, Pat Harrington, Roger Miller, Orson Welles, Abe Vigoda, Rich Little, Ruth Buzzi, Red Buttons, Jimmie Walker, Charlie Callas, LaWanda Page, Foster Brooks, Marilyn Michaels, Jackie Gayle and Tom Dreesen.

 Season 5, Episode 2 – Aired: 2/7/1978
Frank Sinatra
The Chairman of the Board Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra is the Man of the Hour. Appearing with Dean on the dais are Ronald Reagan, Gene Kelly, Don Rickles, George Burns, Dom DeLuise (aka Domenic Tendoroni), Redd Foxx, Jimmy Stewart, Flip Wilson, Telly Savalas, Jonathan Winters, ack Klugman, LaWanda Page, Red Buttons, Milton Berle, Ernest Borgnine, Orson Welles, Rich Little, Barbara Marx (Frank's wife), Jilly Rizzo, Ruth Buzzi (as Mrs. Gladys Ormsby) and Peter Falk (as Lt. Columbo).

 Season 5, Episode 3 – Aired: 3/17/1978
Jack Klugman
Jack Klugman is the Man of the Hour. Appearing with Dean on the dais are guests, Tony Randall, Milton Berle, Katherine Helmond, Dick Martin, Red Buttons, Abbe Lane, Joey Bishop, Phyllis Diller, LaWanda Page, Ruth Buzzi, Robert Guillaume, Kay Medford, Connie Stevens, Foster Brooks, Don Rickles and Dr. Joyce Brothers.

 Season 5, Episode 4 – Aired: 5/10/1978
Jimmy Stewart
Legendary actor Jimmy Stewart is the Man of the Hour. Appearing on the dais with Dean are Lucille Ball, June Allyson, Greer Garson, Red Buttons, Senator Barry Goldwater, Henry Fonda, Eddie Albert, Foster Brooks, George Burns, Tony Randall, Don Rickles, Rich Little, Janet Leigh, Milton Berle, Jesse White, Orson Welles, Mickey Rooney, LaWanda Page and Ruth Buzzi.

 Season 5, Episode 5 – Aired: 5/17/1978
George Burns
Legendary comic and acting great George Burns is the Man of the Hour appearing with Dean on the dais are Gene Kelly, Connie Stevens, James Stewart, Milton Berle, Jack Carter, Phyllis Diller, Ernest Borgnine, Joey Bishop, Norm Crosby, Euell Gibbons, Guy Marks, Jan Murray, Cliff Robertson, Lorne Greene, Sid Caesar, Amanda Blake, Victor Sen-Yung, Don Rickles, LaWanda Page, Abe Vigoda, Dom DeLuise, Ronald Reagan, Orson Welles, Charlie Callas and Ruth Buzzi.

 Season 5, Episode 6 – Aired: 5/31/1978
Betty White
Betty White is the Woman of the Hour appearing with Dean on the dias are Peter Marshall, Jimmie Walker, Bonnie Franklin, Orson Welles, Red Buttons, Charlie Callas, Abe Vigoda, LaWanda Page, Foster Brooks, Phyllis Diller, Rich Little, John Hillerman, Georgia Engel, Dan Haggarty, Milton Berle and Allen Ludden.

 Season 6, Episode 1 – Aired: 11/21/1978
Suzanne Somers
Three's Company star Suzanne Somers is roasted. Appearing with Dean on the dais are Milton Berle, Lorne Greene, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Audra Lindley, Norman Fell, Orson Welles, Norm Crosby, Lee Meriwether, Charlie Callas, Bernie Kopell, Red Buttons, LaWanda Page, Paul Anka, Ruth Buzzi, Tom Bosley, Rich Little, Jackie Gayle, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Suzanne's husband Alan Hamill.

 Season 6, Episode 2 – Aired: 1/19/1979
Joe Namath (02)
Joe Namath is the Man of the Hour appearing with Dean on the dais are guests, Joey Bishop, Bear Bryant, Slappy White, Dick Butkus, Corbett Monica, Angie Dickinson, Audrey Meadows, Charlie Callas, David Janssen, Nipsey Russell, Jim Plunkett, Don Meredith, Rich Little, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, Jack Carter, Weeb Eubank, Foster Brooks, Mel Tillis, Bernie Kopell, David Doyle and George Blanda.

 Season 7, Episode 1 – Aired: 2/24/1984
Joan Collins
Dynasty star Joan Collins is roasted by Dean with guests John Forsythe, Aaron Spelling, Gavin MacLeod, Beatrice Arthur, Red Buttons, Phyllis Diller, Angie Dickinson, Charlie Callas, Rich Little, Anne Baxter, Don Rickles, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dom DeLuise and Milton Berle.

 Season 7, Episode 2 – Aired: 3/14/1984
Mr. T
The A-Team star Mr. T is Roasted in this hour. Appearing on the dais with Dean are Bob Hope, George Peppard, Gary Coleman, Ann Jillian, Red Buttons, Rich Little, Ricky Schroeder, Gavin MacLeod, Slappy White, Dick Shawn, Howard Cosell, Maureen Murphy, Don Rickles and Nell Carter.

 Season 7, Episode 3 – Aired: 12/7/1984
Michael Landon (2)
Michael Landon is roasted a second time appearing with Dean on the dais are guests Melissa Gilbert, Brian Keith, Lorne Greene, Merlin Olsen, Vic Tayback, Maureen Murphy, Rich Little, Pat Harrington, Dick Butkus, Bubba Smith, Dick Shawn, Norm Crosby, Orson Welles, Don Rickles and Slappy White.



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