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October 18, 2004

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david walder

Tonight I saw on public TV a show about Jack Parr (pre Johnny Carson) and did'nt realize how invloved Dick Cavett was with the show. After seeing a few clips of Dick Cavett I just wanted to say what a class act
Dick is after all these years. I can only hope he sees this and realizes after all these years some people have'nt forgotten him and know what a neat guy he is!!!!!
Take Care Dick and Happy Holidays,
David Walder

R. Memard

Some of the best TV ever were Dick Cavett interviews. Special favorites which I would be very very happy to find on DVD are the interviews with, Richard Burton, Jonathon Miller, and Richard Harris. Those guys could tell stories.

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