Jonathan Winters roasts Ronald Reagan on the Dean Martin Celebrity Roast show.
Steve Martin and Betty White are guests on the final season of The Carol Burnett Show.
Season 11. Episode 21. 1978.
Actors Mickey Rooney, Jonathan Winters and Carl Reiner discuss the making of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," fantasize about losing an iconic Hollywood role, and remember some unusual wood carving at the Academy's The Last 70mm Film Festival at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on July 9, 2012.
A few commercials starring Jonathan Winters from the 70's during the break of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Air date - 10.19.91
This is Part 2 of a montage of Jonathan Winters' funniest work as part of a tribute to honor him with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2003 Orinda Film Festival.
Run Time: 6:06
Mel Brooks does his impression of an Indian ichthyologist on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1970.
Jimmy Kimmel attaches a fake lie detector to children from his own elementary school.
#6 from Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Jay Leno makes his first stand-up appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1977.
Chevy Chase impersonates Roger Ebert on the Tonight Show.
Siskel and Ebert and Chevy Chase.
Aired Dec 12, 1989.
Woody was in England filming "Casino Royale" when he guested on a British TV show.
He finished his set with his "moose" routine, but had to change the punchline from "...'cause it's restricted!" - since the context of the term would have meant nothing to a British audience.
One big surprise turns into another...and another! Honesty in the Saloon.
Johnny interviews author Joesph Wambaugh.
Joesph is a bestselling American writer known for his fictional and non-fictional accounts of police work in the United States. Several of his first novels were set in Los Angeles, California, and its surroundings, and featured Los Angeles police officers as protagonists.
Joesph talks about his previous novels The New Centurions and The Blue Knight as well as his upcoming novel The Onion Field.
He also talks about his upcomming television show, Police Story.
A representative from the DMV explains whether or not the public's complaints are being taken seriously.
Featuring Johnny Carson as G. Walter Schneer.
Originally Aired: October 15, 1980
Not only is he a brilliant singer but Sammy does marvelous impersonations of other singers to the song One For My Baby!
Sammy does the best Dino and Jerry Lewis!