R. Kadin already ordered both of those shows, blunted. I've got a copy of them, if you want to see them. The CLOSE-UP interview is actually one that you put on tape for me about a year ago, so don't get that one- you've already got it. I'll email you.
Here are the remaining shows from Mr. K's archive that I don't have in my collection, and assume no one else does either:
THE BEST OF DEAN 1981 hosted by Welles
DAVID COPPERFIELD guest star Welles
AROUND THE WORLD WITH MIKE TODD 1963 special
WHAT'S MY LINE? 4/6/58
Both I'VE GOT A SECRET shows
PERSON TO PERSON 40 minute compile tape
DOM DELUISE AND FRIENDS
DEAN MARTIN SHOW from 1967 with OW, Jimmy Stewart and Juliet Prowse
Here's a brief rundown on some of the other shows from the archive I've seen:
The DICK CAVETT Show is good but incomplete. Welles gets in some good anecdotes, particularly one on how the ending of LADY FROM SHANGHAI was botched by Harry Cohn.
THIS HOUR HAS SEVEN DAYS is an interesting Canadian newsmagazine program like 60 Minutes. Welles is interviewed for about 10 minutes or so on the set of Is Paris Burning? He tells the story of his aborted plans for a TV Julius Ceasar with Richard Burton.
MYSTERIES AND SCANDALS is an OK show on the War of the Worlds broadcast.
INVASION FROM MARS is a very good show about the War of the Worlds broadcast.
ORSON WELLES GREAT MYSTERIES is, in a word, terrible. Not even worth watching, much less worth buying.
STORIES FROM A LIFE IN FILM and WHAT WENT WRONG? are both good shows that many Wellesnetters have probably got in their collections already.