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#5692: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1977-10-14, WNBC, 56 min.
Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Dave Garroway, Sonny Fox, Mike Douglas, Tom Snyder, Pat Weaver, Don Rickles, Mort Werner, Tom Brokaw, Dan Aykroyd, Dave Tebet, Bob Citron

October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. 

This is the "Fourth Anniversary Show" broadcast. An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.  

On this special 4th anniversary broadcast Tom Snyder's solo guest is Mort Werner relates anecdotes working as NBC TV producer with Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson and Tom Snyder. It  was Werner who was instrumental in getting the TOMORROW SHOW on the air.

Tom Snyder re-runs a two and half minute excerpt clip related to the Tomorrow Show pilot broadcast (October 5, 1973) which was never broadcast. Both Snyder and Sonny Fox who was in the studio prevail as many mishaps occur during a phone call to Bob Citron making this pilot unacceptable for airing. 

Tom Snyder runs complete credits at the beginning of this broadcast to a musical rendition  from "Annie."

Mort Werner, instrumental for the success of  The Today Show, Home, and The Tonight Show  remembers the challenges keeping the Tomorrow Show on the air during the first year. He was the first to predict that there would be on television "all night programming." He states to Tom Snyder many anecdotes related to working with Dave Garroway, Steve Allen on the original Knickerbocker Show (1953) a local late night show broadcast locally in New York  segueing to the Nationally broadcast The Tonight Show beginning in September 1954. and The Steve Allen Show in 1957.  Mort Werner talks about the greatness of Pat Weaver...many anecdotes about working with Jack Paar, and Johnny Carson. References are made related to Dave Tebet and the six months of Tonight Show broadcasts with substitute host after Paar left the air and before Carson would host permanently beginning October 1, 1962.  

As a surprise to Tom Snyder, Mort Werner has prepared a 6 minute congratulatory anniversary tribute film with many celebrities, including Don Rickles, Mike Douglas, Dan Aykroyd, and Tom Brokaw as well as staff me members, fans and others, 
chiming in both humorously and with satirical anecdotes of their own, directed at Snyder, who enjoys the tribute tremendously. 
Tom and Mort discuss the challenges incurred when taping a broadcast which Snyder prefers  vs broadcasting live which Werner prefers, and how society has changed from the 1950's to the 1970's. 

Finally, Mort Werner talks about some of his other short lived broadcasting ventures, including "Let's Look Over the News at Midnight," and "My Mother the Car" which he produced. 

Complete with commercials.                                                   
#18686: ACADEMY AWARDS 54TH ANNUAL, THE
1982-03-29, ABC, min.
Liberace, Gregory Peck, Jack Lemmon, Danny Kaye, Carol Burnett, Barbara Stanwyck, Vincent Price, Henry Fonda, Walter Matthau, Johnny Carson, Maureen Stapleton, Paula Prentiss, Richard Benjamin, Joel Grey, Jane Fonda, Harold Sakata, Diana Ross, Bette Midler, Roger Moore, Chevy Chase, John Travolta, Paul Williams, Jon Voight, Jack Valenti, Kristy McNichol, Sissy Spacek, Timothy Hutton, John Gielgud, Katherine Hepburn, Karen Allen, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Kim Hunter, William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Morgan Fairchild, Robert Hays, Dan Aykroyd, Debra Winger, Rachel Ward, Christopher Atkins, Ornella Muti, Ursula Andress, Harry Hamlin, Jerry Kosinski, Loretta Young, Lionel Ritchie, Sheena Easton, Richard Kiel, Christopher Cross, Debbie Allen

The 54th Annual Academy Awards from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. Johnny Carson, host.

Winners: 

Best Picture: Chariots Of Fire
Best Actor: Henry Fonda
Best Actress: Katherine Hepburn
Best Supporting Actor: John Gielgud
Best Supporting Actress: Maureen Stapleton

Jane Fonda accepts the best actor award for Henry Fonda. Gregory Peck presents an honorary award to Danny Kaye.
Honorary award to Barbara Stanwyck. 


                                                           
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