The Tomorrow Show (1973)

Season 8 Episode 44

Episode dated 3 December 1980

Aired Weekdays 12:30 AM Dec 03, 1980 on NBC
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Episode dated 3 December 1980

Host Tom Snyder's guests are John Denver, Barbara Burns, George Clements and John Lofton.

Host Tom Snyder interviews singer-composer John Denver who talks about his unpublicized career as a photographer and his hectic schedule. He discusses Project Windstar, research project dealing with solar energy and displays a series of his photographs. He feels no pressure to make a hit record and says he has a happy family life. He reveals why he has a large gasoline tank in his home and mentions his dissatisfaction with the press. He sings "Perhaps Love."

Syndicated columnist John Lofton discusses how the impending Reagan administration will be dominated by conservatives. He discusses the importance of the Moral Majority and criticisms leveled at various religious groups. He cites many inaccuracies in the press and offers his opinion of whats ahead for President-Elect Reagan.

Roman Catholic Priest Fr. George Clements discusses his reasons for wanting to adopt a child and the church's reaction to this. He describes the school he runs for underprivileged children and how he would raise a child.

Author of "An Insiders Guide to Cat Care - The Morris Approach," author Barbara Burns is joined by Morris the cat. She discusses Morris and the nature of cats. She tells how to train a cat and how Morris was discovered.


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