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3 complete episodes of the legendary late-night talk show featuring John Lennon and Yoko Onos most candid interviews as well as rare live performances With New Episode Introductions and the Bonus Featurette Cavett And The Lennons
Three complete episodes: *September 11, 1971 John & Yoko are Cavetts only guests. They show clips from their experimental films Fly and Erection as well as promotional films for the songs "Imagine" and "Mrs. Lennon."
*September 24, 1971 Cavett introduces the three additional segments from John & Yoko's appearance on September 11, 1971 and also welcomes Stan Freberg and Robert Citron.
*May 12, 1972 John & Yoko perform live with the band Elephants Memory in their second visit with Cavett. John sings "Woman Is The Nigger Of The World" and Yoko sings "Were All Water." Actress Shirley MacLaine is also on hand.
If you love John Lennon...you will love seeing this fabulous interview.
They are unguarded, totally intelligent, quick, and positively wise in their analysis of rock, their lives, and world events.
He listens to them attentively; takes them seriously and at no time criticizes anybody or speculates about anybody.
Remember watching this interview when I was in college. Nice to reflect back!Published 3 months ago by Mr. T.
This is worth owning not only because of how rare it is to find extensive footage of John Lennon, but also to enjoy the intellience of Dick Cavett as a talk show host. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lisa_Minneapolis
If you're a John Lennon fan like I am, you will love this video! It's also an important historical video.Published 17 months ago by Craig
I actually borrowed this video from a friend and liked it so much halfway through that I bought it but I am a big John Lennon fan. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Kelli
Remarkably insipid "performance." One star. Yoko's work is almost without substance. Gives art a bad name. John Lennon quite animated and humorous. Cavett: competent. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Wally
I just want to know what "Betty Rollins legs" was supposed to mean. Is there anyone who has seen this that can tell me? I thought it was a good interview.Published on October 29, 2011 by A review by me
I wish I waited a few months for the price to drop on this dvd set. $6.99 is a STEAL! Excellent footage of John & Yoko with the great Dick Cavett. Read morePublished on July 31, 2011 by Mod Wolf