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The 3 DVD set due March 28 includes some Orson material...
The Merv Griffin Show - 40 of the Most Interesting People of Our Time
Studio: Alpha Video
Release Date: 3/28/2006
Number of Discs: 3
Retail Price: $29.95 (US$)
Video: Full Frame (1.33:1)
As host of his eponymous talk show for nearly a quarter of a century, Merv Griffin said his audience saw him as "every mother's favorite son-in-law." Merv was the man who brought glamour and laughter into America's homes, but didn't shy away from spotlighting serious cultural leaders, controversial figures of the day, or mostly unknowns like Jerry Seinfeld and Tom Cruise.
The three-discs of this initial set are filled with over five hours of remarkable interviews, including four United States Presidents (Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan); Hollywood royalty like John Wayne, Ingrid Bergman and Orson Welles; and titled royalty like Princess Grace.
Culled from the 5,500 shows and 25,000 guests that appeared on the talk-show during its historic broadcast run, The Merv Griffin Show highlights such memorable visits as these:
Ingrid Bergman talks about the legacy of Casablanca
Martin Luther King, Jr., with Harry Belafonte at his side, discusses civil rights
Kennedy matriarch Rose (the only guest who ever intimidated Merv) philosophizes on raising children and dealing with tragedy
A young Jane Fonda and her then-husband, director Roger Vadim, talk about life on their French farm
Richard Burton tells why the Welsh are unique and talks about Elizabeth Taylor
A very young Tom Cruise chats about his breakthrough role in 1983's Risky Business
Orson Welles reminisces about Marlene Dietrich and Rita Hayworth (when Merv asked Orson what motivated him to date Rita, Orson replied "Sheer chutzpah!")
Princess Grace of Monaco recalls her films with Alfred Hitchcock
A "Baretta"-era Robert Blake shares the stage with David Niven.