The Mike Douglas Show – Sly Stone and Muhammad Ali (1974)

Mike’s Co Host is Family Man Sly Stone, Who talks about his Music, his Incredible Costumes and his 1938 Mercedes, A Gift from Doris Day. His Friend, Muhammad Ali joins them, but he’s in A Fighting Mood. And he says Exactly What he Thinks. Talk Shows are Phony, Karate Boxers are Better than Prize Fighters, and, in his Upcoming Match with George Forman in South Africa, he’ll take the Title Back. No Problem. Ali also talks about his Children. Three Daughters and A Son, Who he hopes will Never get into the Ring. Actor Singer Theodore Bikel performs Music from his Hit Fiddler On The Roof. Congressman Wayne Hays makes an Appearance to discuss the Evils of Campaign Spending. Ali Then gets into A Heated Discussion with him about Racial Politics that Sly tries In Vain to Break Up. Then Sly lightens Things Up with A Song that gets the Audience on their Feet.

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