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#5652: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1977-04-08, WNBC, 58 min.
Tom Snyder, Richard Dreyfuss, Steven Spielberg, Robert Shaw, Sidney J. Sheinberg, Richard Zanuck, Naura Hayden, Nora Hayden

October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. 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.    

Steven Spielberg's very first sit down interview on television. He discusses with Tom Snyder how he made "hem and stich" 8mm "mayhem" films as a teenager,  and spent an entire summer while in High School roaming the Universal movie lot, observing TV episodic television being made (Wagon Train, Convoy, Run For Your Life), and observing editors doing their craft.  Spielberg describes how one of his college films was seen by head of Universal, Sidney J. Sheinberg, who gave the young filmmaker a chance to direct ten episodic television programs, including Night Gallery, Marcus Welby M.D. and Colombo with Peter Falk who Spielberg states he enjoyed working with very much. He mentions  that these first films for Universal, including three feature length made for television efforts, were a great experience for future feature films that he would soon be working on, including Jaws which is discussed related to challenges working with a mechanical shark. Spielberg also recalls  anecdotes about working with Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss on Jaws. He talks briefly about his next film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which he has been working on for the past three years, scheduled to open in theaters during the Christmas holiday (1977).  

Tom Snyder's second guest is actress, singer, author,  Naura Hayden who discusses her book " Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Energy Buy Were Too Weak to Ask."
Naura (Nora) mentions how she has turned her life around, physically and mentally, with her health shake consisting of brewer's yeast, lecithin, and safflower oil,  no longer craving  a need to drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, drink coffee or consume sugar. 
                                   
#5652A: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1977-04-08, WNBC, 28 min.
Tom Snyder, Richard Dreyfuss, Steven Spielberg, Robert Shaw, Sidney J. Sheinberg, Richard Zanuck

October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. 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.  

  
October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. 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.    

Steven Spielberg's very first sit-down interview on television. He discusses with Tom Snyder how he made "hem and stich" 8mm "mayhem" films as a teenager and spent an entire summer while in High School roaming the Universal movie lot, observing TV episodic television being made (Wagon Train, Convoy, Run For Your Life), and observing editors doing their craft.  Spielberg describes how one of his college films was seen by head of Universal, Sidney J. Sheinberg, who gave the young filmmaker a chance to direct ten episodic television programs, including Night Gallery, Marcus Welby M.D. and Colombo with Peter Falk who Spielberg states he enjoyed working with very much. He mentions that these first films for Universal, including three feature length made for television efforts, were a great experience for future feature films that he would soon be working on, including Jaws which is discussed related to challenges working with a mechanical shark. Spielberg also recalls anecdotes about working with Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss on Jaws. He talks briefly about his next film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which he has been working on for the past three years, scheduled to open in theaters during the Christmas holiday (1977).  
                                            
                                                            
#853: ACADEMY AWARDS: 50TH ANNUAL
1978-04-03, WABC, 157 min.
Jack Valenti, John Williams, Jane Powell, Goldie Hawn, Bob Hope, Stanley Kramer, Kirk Douglas, Paddy Chayevsky, King Vidor, Janet Gaynor, Charlton Heston, Greer Garson, William Holden, Fred Astaire, Barbara Stanwyck, Marshall Brickman, Marvin Hamlish, Olivia De Havilland, Alvin Sargent, Marcello Mastroianni, Maggie Booth, Sylvester Stallone, Paul Williams, Cicely Tyson, John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Mark Hamill, Jody Foster, Debbie Boone, Joan Fontaine, Billy Dee Williams, Maggie Smith, Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Richard Dreyfuss, Raquel Welch, Sammy Davis Jr., Johnny Green, Walter Mirisch, Aretha Franklin, Eva Marie Saint, Michael Caine, Henry Mancini, Vilmos Zsigmond, Jon Voight, Jonathan Tunick

Bob Hope for the 22nd time as Master of Ceremonies, hosts the 50th Anniversary of The Academy Awards. Fifty-two presenters and award winners making stage appearances include John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Paddy Chayevsky, Mark Hamill, Paul Williams, Jody Foster, Debbie Boone, William Holden, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Fontaine, Raquel Welch, Kirk Douglas, Jane Powell, Billy Dee Williams, Cicely Tyson, Sammy Davis Jr., Greer Garson, Henry Winkler, Eva Marie Saint, Jack Valenti, Maggie Smith, Michael Caine, Johnny Green, Henry Mancini, John Williams, Jonathan Tunick, Vilmos Zsigmond, Jon Voight, Goldie Hawn, Bette Davis, Charlton Heston, Marvin Hamlish, Maggie Booth, Olivia de Havilland, Farrah Fawcett Majors, Marcello Mastroianni, Aretha Franklin, Fred Astaire, Walter Mirisch, Stanley Kramer, King Vidor, Marshall Brickman, Alvin Sargent, Janet Gaynor, Diane Keaton, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Nicholson and Richard Dreyfuss.
                          
#7510: ACADEMY AWARDS: 50TH ANNUAL
1978-04-03, ABC, 210 min.
Bob Hope, Woody Allen, Jane Fonda, Shirley MacLaine, Marcello Mastroianni, John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Marsha Mason, Diane Keaton, Richard Dreyfuss, Fred Zinnemann, Anne Bancroft, Richard Burton, Jason Robards, Alec Guinness, George Lucas, Herbert Ross, Peter Firth, Leslie Browne, Tuesday Weld

The 50th Annual Academy Awards presentation, telecast live from The Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles, California. This was Bob Hope's 19th and final time as Master Of Ceremonies.                         
#18252: ACADEMY AWARDS: 50TH ANNUAL
1978-04-03, WABC, min.
Jack Valenti, John Williams, Jane Powell, Goldie Hawn, Bob Hope, Stanley Kramer, Kirk Douglas, Paddy Chayevsky, King Vidor, Janet Gaynor, Charlton Heston, Greer Garson, William Holden, Fred Astaire, Barbara Stanwyck, Marshall Brickman, Marvin Hamlish, Olivia De Havilland, Alvin Sargent, Marcello Mastroianni, Maggie Booth, Sylvester Stallone, Paul Williams, Cicely Tyson, John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Mark Hamill, Jody Foster, Debbie Boone, Joan Fontaine, Billy Dee Williams, Maggie Smith, Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Richard Dreyfuss, Raquel Welch, Sammy Davis Jr., Johnny Green, Walter Mirisch, Aretha Franklin, Eva Marie Saint, Michael Caine, Henry Mancini, Vilmos Zsigmond, Jon Voight, Jonathan Tunick

Bob Hope for the 22nd time as Master of Ceremonies, hosts the 50th Anniversary of The Academy Awards. Fifty-two presenters and award winners making stage appearances include John Travolta, Vanessa Redgrave, Paddy Chayevsky, Mark Hamill, Paul Williams, Jody Foster, Debbie Boone, William Holden, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Fontaine, Raquel Welch, Kirk Douglas, Jane Powell, Billy Dee Williams, Cicely Tyson, Sammy Davis Jr., Greer Garson, Henry Winkler, Eva Marie Saint, Jack Valenti, Maggie Smith, Michael Caine, Johnny Green, Henry Mancini, John Williams, Jonathan Tunick, Vilmos Zsigmond, Jon Voight, Goldie Hawn, Bette Davis, Charlton Heston, Marvin Hamlish, Maggie Booth, Olivia de Havilland, Farrah Fawcett Majors, Marcello Mastroianni, Aretha Franklin, Fred Astaire, Walter Mirisch, Stanley Kramer, King Vidor, Marshall Brickman, Alvin Sargent, Janet Gaynor, Diane Keaton, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Nicholson and Richard Dreyfuss.

Duplicate of #853.
                                       
#18312: ACADEMY AWARDS: 51ST ANNUAL, THE
1979-04-09, ABC, min.
John Wayne, Yul Brynner, Gregory Peck, Natalie Wood, Ginger Rogers, Dean Martin, Audrey Hepburn, Mia Farrow, Johnny Carson, George Burns, Maureen Stapleton, Steve Lawrence, Sammy Davis Jr, Shirley Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Danny Thomas, Dom Deluise, Johnny Mathis, Valerie Perrine, Raquel Welch, Shirley MacLaine, Carol Lynley, Olivia Newton-John, Lauren Bacall, Dyan Cannon, Francis Ford Coppola, Ray Bolger, Steve Martin, Debby Boone, Telly Savalas, Maggie Smith, Robby Benson, David Wolper, Ricky Schroder, Jack Haley, Margot Kidder, Christopher Reeve, James Coburn, Kim Novak, Ruby Keeler, Paul Williams, Brooke Shields, Jon Voight, Ali MacGraw, Cary Grant, Richard Dreyfuss, Jack Valenti, Jane Olivor, Donna Summer, Barry Manilow

The 51st Annual Academy Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. Johnny Carson hosted the awards for the first time. John Wayne, making his final public appearance, presents the award for best picture, "The Deer Hunter." Wayne died two months later of stomach cancer at age 72.

Best Actor: John Voight
Best Actress: Jane Fonda
Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Walken 
Best Supporting Actress: Maggie Smith
                                              
#18446: ACADEMY AWARDS: 52ND ANNUAL, THE
1980-04-14, ABC, min.
Ann Miller, Gene Kelly, Kirk Douglas, Jack Lemmon, Mickey Rooney, Walter Matthau, Sally Field, Rod Steiger, Dustin Hoffman, Johnny Carson, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Dionne Warwick, William Shatner, Dolly Parton, Donald OConnor, Ann Margret, Jane Fonda, Helen Reddy, Cloris Leachman, Charlton Heston, Goldie Hawn, Ben Vereen, Liza Minnelli, Olivia Newton-John, Telly Savalas, Christopher Reeve, Richard Dreyfuss, Jack Valenti, Lauren Hutton, Melvyn Douglas, Meryl Streep, Dudley Moore, Melissa Manchester, Henry Mancini, Neil Simon, Steven Spielberg, Bo Derek, Jamie Lee Curtis, George Hamilton, Sally Kellerman, Richard Gere, Farrah Fawcett, Kristy McNichol, Patrick Wayne, Hank Simms

The 52nd annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. 

Host: Johnny Carson.     
Announcer: Hank Simms 

Kramer vs. Kramer won for best picture
Dustin Hoffman: Best Actor
Sally Field: Best Actress
Melvyn Douglas: Best Supporting Actor
Meryl Streep: Best Supporting Actress 

                          
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