The Dean Martin Show (1965–1974)
14 Sep. 1973Celebrity Roast: Ronald Reagan
Governor of California Ronald Reagan is roasted by Dean Martin and his friends.
21 Sep. 1973Celebrity Roast: Hugh Hefner
Playboy founder and entrepreneur Hugh Hefner is the subject roasted.
5 Oct. 1973Celebrity Roast: William Conrad
The subject roasted is William Conrad, formerly radio's Marshal Dillon on Gunsmoke, currently starring on television's Cannon.
19 Oct. 1973Celebrity Roast: Bette Davis
Today is the Celebrity Roast with Bette Davis.
26 Oct. 1973Celebrity Roast: Barry Goldwater
The subject roasted is current Republican senator Barry Goldwater, formerly the losing candidate in the 1964 Presidential race.
2 Nov. 1973Celebrity Roast: Johnny Carson
"Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson is roasted by Dean and his friends.
9 Nov. 1973Celebrity Roast: Wilt Chamberlain
Legendary basketball Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain is the subject roasted.
23 Nov. 1973Celebrity Roast: Hubert H. Humphrey
The subject roasted is current Democrat senator Hubert H. Humphrey, formerly the losing candidate in the 1968 Presidential race.
7 Dec. 1973Celebrity Roast: Carroll O'Connor
Tonight is the Celebrity Roast: Carroll O'Connor.
21 Dec. 1973Celebrity Roast: Jack Klugman and Tony Randall
Celebrity Roast: Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.
11 Jan. 1974Celebrity Roast: Zsa Zsa Gabor
18 Jan. 1974Celebrity Roast: Leo Durocher
The subject roasted is Leo Durocher, Hall of Fame manager of baseball's Brooklyn Dodgers and Houston Astros.
25 Jan. 1974Celebrity Roast: Truman Capote
Today is the Celebrity Roast with Truman Capote.
8 Feb. 1974Celebrity Roast: Don Rickles
Mr. Warmth himself, Don Rickles gets a taste of his own medicine in this installment of the Dean Martin Celebrity Roast. Also featured are Joey Bishop, Foster Brooks, Nipsey Russell, and Bob Newhart among many other comedy legends.
15 Feb. 1974Celebrity Roast: Ralph Nader
Left wing crusader and activist Ralph Nader is the subject roasted.
22 Feb. 1974Celebrity Roast: Jack Benny
The subject roasted is Jack Benny, legendary comedian of vaudeville, radio, and television.
15 Mar. 1974Celebrity Roast: George Washington
The fanciful roast of a historical figure, in this case George Washington, victorious general and first President.
22 Mar. 1974Celebrity Roast: Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
29 Mar. 1974Celebrity Roast: Hank Aaron
Legendary baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron is the subject roasted.
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