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(1985–2010)

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5 Aug. 1989
Marilyn Monroe/Uncle Buck
Part 1: Actress Jeanne Carmen talks about her friendship with Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe and the Los Angeles District Attorney's attempt to re-open the investigation into her mysterious death. Part 2: Beloved actor John Candy talks about his new movie "Uncle Buck".
 
14 Jun. 1990
Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of 'Psycho'
Actress Janet Leigh and journalist Stephen Rebello discuss Stephen's new book "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of 'Psycho'".
 
2 Oct. 1993
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Larry King interviews first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, less than a year after her becoming first lady, on the first episode of the Larry King Live weekend edition.
 
9 Oct. 1993
Live from Planet Hollywood
With Planet Hollywood opening a restaurant in Washington, D.C., worlds collide as the glitz of Hollywood comes to the nation's capital. Larry King takes a corner booth and talks with the Hollywood celebrities at the huge opening party. This was the second episode of the Larry King Live weekend edition.
 
1 Dec. 1993
Episode dated 1 December 1993
Liza Minnelli talks about the World AIDS Day ceremonies at the United Nations earlier that day; Dick Van Dyke talks about his career and his new series "Diagnosis: Murder."
 
9 Jun. 1994
David Letterman from the Ed Sullivan Theater
As part of his special 10th anniversary week on CNN, Larry King interviews David Letterman live from the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York.
 
5 Oct. 1994
Debating Peace in Northern Ireland
Larry King Live hosted the first debate between Gerry Adams, leader of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the Irish Republican Army, and Ken Maginnis, security spokesman for the Ulster Unionist Party. It was the first time a protestant leader spoke publicly with a member of the IRA. The IRA was fighting for years against Northern Ireland being a part of the UK, while the Ulster Unionist Party wanted it to remain part of the UK. The debate was intense and unprecedented.