A refreshing and humbling prospect, in a world where we sometimes imagine cultural coverage gets better, is to revisit the the legendary interviews Dick Cavett did in New York fifty or more years ago. You can see him talking to Groucho Marx and how that great comedian wishes he had had a better education.
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