The Tomorrow Show (1973)

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    • May 20, 1974
      May 20, 1974
      Season 1 - Episode 124
      5/20/74
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Paul Avery, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, Dr. Frederic Hacker, a psychologist, Colston Westbrook, a black leader present at the founding of the SLA and Wes Davis, terror tactics expert, the four experts on the case of the bizarre and bloody kidnaping of the 20-year-old publishing heiress Patricia Hearst. Patricia Hearst who was kidnaped last February in San Francisco by the San Francisco by the Symbionese Liberation Army and held for ransom. When Miss Hearst's father, Randolph Hearst, editor and president of the San Francisco Examiner, arranged for the ransom to be paid, his daughter announced she was joining her abductors in their life of terror.

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    • August 22, 1979
      August 22, 1979
      Season 6 - Episode 182
      8/22/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are NAACP President Benjamin Hooks, SCLC President Dr. Joseph Lowery and Jewish spokesman Theodore Mann discuss the alleged rift between Blacks and Jews over the PLO. Dr. Lowery says he met with the PLO to pursue peace. Mann says The PLO, Like The KKK, is beyond reason. Hooks asks how peace is possible without communication. Mann suggests following The Camp David guidelines. If PLO makes a concession he says Israel will follow but he feels if Israel were to make a concession he does not feel the PLO would follow. Leader of 5 million strong Zulu Nation as well as South Africa's largest black political party Gatsha Buthelezi explains that while some small victories in fight against Apartheid have been won the larger issues of human dignity remain unchanged. He says The U.S. boycott of South African goods is appreciated but that a pullout by U.S. businesses would hurt the black economy. He comments that an interview like this would be impossible in South Africa.

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    • June 10, 1974
      June 10, 1974
      Season 1 - Episode 136
      6/10/74
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is "Joey the Hitman", billed as a self-proclaimed hired killer of 38 persons. Wearing a mask and seen only in silhouette, Joey talks freely about his life and deeds, the reason he has not been punished and why he kills. The professional killer, appears in disguise and talks about his book "Killer". He calls Joseph P. Kennedy the biggest bootlegger in the country and that the Kennedys still profit from every bottle brought into this country.

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    • March 31, 1976
      March 31, 1976
      Season 3 - Episode 118
      3/31/76
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Simon Wiesenthal who has spent most of his life pursuing Nazi war criminals discusses his efforts to trackdown suspected Nazis believed to be living in the United States.

    • August 19, 1976
      August 19, 1976
      Season 3 - Episode 185
      8/19/76
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder at Rockland Psychiatric Center, built in 1931, is the site for this on location telecast from Orangeburg, NY, with the subject of mental illness explored with actual patients

    • October 2, 1975
      October 2, 1975
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      10/2/75
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Harry Shearer, Michael McKean and David L. Lander of "The Credibility Gap" who perform a sketch of "Tomorrow" and a discussion on sex therapy with Dr. Helen Kaplan, sex therapist at New York Medical Hospital and Lonnie Barbach author of "For Yourself: The Fulfillment of Female Sexuality".

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    • April 3, 1975
      April 3, 1975
      Season 2 - Episode 116
      4/1/75
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      Host Tom Snyder pays a visit to a glitter costume ball in New York.

    • April 12, 1978
      April 12, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 122
      4/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Isabella Cannon, 73-year-old mayor of Raleigh, N.C.

    • April 6, 1978
      April 6, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 119
      4/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Steve Karem, advertising jingle writer and Dorothy Herrold, oldtime piano player.

    • April 26, 1978
      April 26, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 130
      4/26/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Barbara Cady the new editor of Playgirl Magazine and Monte Vanton author of "Marriage - Grounds For Divorce".

    • April 27, 1978
      April 27, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 131
      4/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jazz critic and composer Leonard Feather, Jazz producer Norman Granz and Jazz guitarist George Benson with a discussion on "Jazz".

    • May 1, 1978
      May 1, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 132
      5/1/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer Mel Torme and author Fran Lebowitz.

    • May 2, 1978
      May 2, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 133
      5/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. David Bresler and Dr. Irving Oyle discuss holistic medicine and Dorothy Allison, a New Jersey woman who says that she has psychic powers.

    • May 3, 1978
      May 3, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 134
      5/3/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is attorney Ellis Rubin who claims TV violence drove his teenage client to murder.

    • April 10, 1978
      April 10, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 120
      4/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Michael Crumley author of "After Midnight" and former Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon.

    • April 25, 1978
      April 25, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 129
      4/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Michael Hardy who says he was a Mafia "hitman" and critic John Simon.

    • April 24, 1978
      April 24, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 128
      4/24/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Governor Medrim Thompson Jr. of New Hampshire and Mayor Isabella Cannon of Raleigh N.C.

    • April 13, 1978
      April 13, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 123
      4/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is David Weltha a University of Iowa professor who teaches a course on reincarnation.

    • April 17, 1978
      April 17, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 124
      4/17/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are heart specialist Dr. Christiaan Barnard and Bowling Star Dick Battista, the only professional athlete with a transplanted heart.

    • April 18, 1978
      April 18, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 125
      4/18/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are World famous portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh and author Sissela Bok.

    • April 19, 1978
      April 19, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 126
      4/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Rev. Ernest Angley, a televangist faith healer.

    • April 11, 1978
      April 11, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 121
      4/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are tax rebel Irwin A. Schiff, James B. Schnake former government prosecutor and Debbie Jenkins who has sued H.R. Haldemann to prevent him from profiting from his book about Watergate.

    • April 20, 1978
      April 20, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 127
      4/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are David Williamson, director of the Federal Office of Independent Living for the Disabled and former rock star Ian Whitcomb.

    • November 26, 1973
      November 26, 1973
      Season 1 - Episode 25
      11/26/73
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is director Alfred Hitchcock who talks of fright and things that go bump in the night as well as his 50-year film career. Hitch talks about his fear of getting a ticket and having a run-in with the law. He talks about his dislike of nudity in film making and feels it is done in poor taste.

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    • May 4, 1978
      May 4, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 135
      5/4/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV game show hosts Allen Ludden, Jack Barry and Bob Barker.

    • May 24, 1978
      May 24, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 146
      5/24/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Los Angeles Police Dept. Narcotics Officer Sgt. Ted Ogelsby and Steve Lerner with a discussion of the drug PCP, also called "angel dust" which is the most popular drug among 12 to 16 year olds.

    • May 25, 1978
      May 25, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 147
      5/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedians Billy Crystal, David Letterman and Merrill Narkoe discuss the perils of making it in comedy.

    • May 29, 1978
      May 29, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 148
      5/29/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are sportscaster Dick Engberg, marriage counselor Stan Charnofsky and author Marcia Seligson.

    • May 30, 1978
      May 30, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 149
      5/30/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actor Christopher Lee who talks about horror movies.

    • May 31, 1978
      May 31, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 150
      5/31/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are talk show host Joe Franklin and announcer Gary Owens discuss "Trivia".

    • June 1, 1978
      June 1, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 151
      6/1/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is General Alexander M. Haig Jr. commander of NATO.

    • June 5, 1978
      June 5, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 152
      6/5/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are psychologist Dr. Steve Lerner who talks about the drug called "angel dust" and Rep. Bruce Caputo discusses "Koreagate".

    • June 6, 1978
      June 6, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 153
      6/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Beverly Hills real estate broker Marty Trugman and John Wallace Spencer, former Air Force investigator.

    • May 23, 1978
      May 23, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 145
      5/23/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is film director Roger Corman.

    • May 22, 1978
      May 22, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 144
      5/22/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are food critics are Gael Greene and Jim Villas.

    • May 8, 1978
      May 8, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 136
      5/8/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Donald Woods, the former editor of the Capetown Daily Dispatch, Pete Shields and Jeanne Shields whose son was a victim of the Zodiac killer in San Francisco.

    • May 9, 1978
      May 9, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 137
      5/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is writer Truman Capote who discusses his recent bout with alcoholism.

    • May 10, 1978
      May 10, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 138
      5/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is comedian Don Rickles.

    • May 11, 1978
      May 11, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 139
      5/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is rocker singer Patti Smith.

    • May 15, 1978
      May 15, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 140
      5/15/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Fran Lebowitz author of "Metropolitan Life" and Eleanor Schuler who underwent a sex change operation.

    • May 16, 1978
      May 16, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 141
      5/16/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are General Vernon A. Walters, former deputy director of the C.I.A. and Alan Van Norman, a Minnesota student recently released from a West German prison.

    • May 17, 1978
      May 17, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 142
      5/17/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are author Ralph Charell and Georgia State Senator Hugh Carter.

    • May 18, 1978
      May 18, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 143
      5/18/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are author Nora Ephron and Reed Irvine director of Accuracy in Media.

    • April 5, 1978
      April 5, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 118
      4/5/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jack Valenti head of the Motion Picture Association of America and David Rorvik author of "In His Image: The Cloning of a Man".

    • April 4, 1978
      April 4, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 117
      4/4/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are George Fenneman, radio-TV sidekick of Groucho Marx, Don Wilson announcer for Jack Benny, talk about their broadcasting careers and the late comedians and announcer-actor Harry Von Zell talks about being on The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show.

    • April 3, 1978
      April 3, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 116
      4/3/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is David Williamson, director of HUDS's Office of Independent Living for the Disabled.

    • February 15, 1978
      February 15, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 90
      2/15/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is film director Mervyn LeRoy.

    • February 16, 1978
      February 16, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 91
      2/16/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is producer David Merrick.

    • February 20, 1978
      February 20, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 92
      2/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Bert Lance former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Jimmy Carter and his wife Belle Lance.

    • February 21, 1978
      February 21, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 93
      2/21/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Alan Burke host of Miami's highest rated radio program with a discussion of "The Miami Media".

    • February 22, 1978
      February 22, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 94
      2/22/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is comedian-actor Jackie Gleason.

    • February 23, 1978
      February 23, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 95
      2/23/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer Anita Bryant and her husband Bob Green.

    • February 27, 1978
      February 27, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 96
      2/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Joey Cornbilt, the first American to equal the Basque Masters of Jai Alai, "Cuban Freedom Fighter" Emilio Milian and Dr. Freddie Pacheco, personal physician to Muhammad Ali.

    • February 14, 1978
      February 14, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 89
      2/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, an authority on death and dying.

    • February 9, 1978
      February 9, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 88
      2/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is British humorist Malcolm Muggeridge.

    • February 8, 1978
      February 8, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 87
      2/8/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mark McCormack agent for professional athletes.

    • January 25, 1978
      January 25, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 79
      1/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Althea Flynt wife of Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt and Lois Lee.

    • January 26, 1978
      January 26, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 80
      1/26/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Rev. Everett Parker of the United Church of Christ and Dan Wakefield.

    • January 30, 1978
      January 30, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 81
      1/30/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Brian Smith and politician Earl Dodge.

    • January 31, 1978
      January 31, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 82
      1/31/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Dr. Armand Hammer.

    • February 2, 1978
      February 2, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 84
      2/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is talk show host David Frost.

    • February 6, 1978
      February 6, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 85
      2/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Perry Piper, an Edsel enthusiast from West Libby, Ill., brings a vintage Edsel into the studio and shows host Tom Snyder some television commercials for the ill-fated automobile, Herb Long, president of the Kaiser-Frazer Owners Club of America, brings a 1954 Kaiser Manhattan into the studio with "Classic Car Night".

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    • February 7, 1978
      February 7, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 86
      2/7/78
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      From Radio City Music Hall. Host Tom Snyder's guests are singers Rosemary Clooney and Ron Hokuf.

    • February 28, 1978
      February 28, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 97
      2/28/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Edith Bouvier, cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Radio City Music Hall singer Ron Hokuf and Rosemary Novellino ballet captain at Radio City Music Hall.

    • March 1, 1978
      March 1, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 98
      3/1/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Military career man Master Sergeant Bertran Beagle, letterology expert Elliot Teplitz and lobbyist Vance Muse founder of "The Right to Work Laws".

    • March 21, 1978
      March 21, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 109
      3/21/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Rev. Bob Richards and Dr. Ira Goldberg.

    • March 22, 1978
      March 22, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 110
      3/22/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Henry Kyemba Uganda's exiled Minister of Health and Cal Worthington, a Southern California auto dealer.



    • March 23, 1978
      March 23, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 111
      3/23/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are J.B. Stoner chairman of the National States Rights Party and Jim Boren, founder of International Assoc. of Professional Bureaucrats, talks about his organization.

    • March 27, 1978
      March 27, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 112
      3/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are political analyst Richard Scammon and Senator Edward Zorinsky of Nebraska.

    • March 28, 1978
      March 28, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 113
      3/28/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are playwright Garson Kanin and his wife actress Ruth Gordon and Dr. Frank Field.

    • March 29, 1978
      March 29, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 114
      3/29/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kentucky's Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall, author-publisher Lyle Engel and Irwin A. Schiff prominent figure in the tax protest movement.

    • March 30, 1978
      March 30, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 115
      3/30/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is golf pro Arnold Palmer.

    • March 20, 1978
      March 20, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 108
      3/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Nancy Collins of The Washington Post and Tent evangelist Rev. Daniel Rogers, who is currently attempting to resurrect his mother to prove the concept of immortality, says simple prayers will suffice and gives her until March 29th to come back to life.

    • March 16, 1978
      March 16, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 107
      3/16/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Wendy Lee author of "What Makes a Woman Good in Bed" and actress Rachel English author of "My First 500".

    • March 15, 1978
      March 15, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 106
      3/15/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Carmen Falzone, cellmate of Sirhan Sirhan at Soledad Prison from January to August of 1977 and author Leslie Fiedler.

    • March 2, 1978
      March 2, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 99
      3/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Representative Robert Dornan of California.

    • March 6, 1978
      March 6, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 100
      3/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Mickey Rooney and football player Gale Sayers.

    • March 7, 1978
      March 7, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 101
      3/7/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV producer David Susskind and talk show host Phil Donahue.

    • March 8, 1978
      March 8, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 102
      3/8/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Carolyn Craven, former television reporter and a rape victim and Massachusetts psychiatrist Dr. David Viscott.

    • March 9, 1978
      March 9, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 103
      3/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Michael Herbert Dengler, who is trying to change his name to 1069 and Professor Miles Krueger of Columbia University.

    • March 13, 1978
      March 13, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 104
      3/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Sidney Sheldon author of "The Other Side of Midnight."

    • March 14, 1978
      March 14, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 105
      3/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Paul Brodeur who discusses his theory that the humans are being adversely affected by microwave radiation.

    • June 7, 1978
      June 7, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 154
      6/7/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Bobby Baker, former aide to President Lyndon B. Johnson.

    • June 8, 1978
      June 8, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 155
      6/8/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Sig Mickelson director of Radio Free Europe.

    • June 12, 1978
      June 12, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 156
      6/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are financial columnist Andrew Tobias and Lyle Stuart with a discussion on "Money Madness".

    • September 20, 1978
      September 20, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      9/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on Madison Avenue and the advertising business.

    • September 21, 1978
      September 21, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      9/21/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is disco owner Steve Rubell from New York's Studio 54.

    • September 25, 1978
      September 25, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      9/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Bill Butler, godfather of roller skating.

    • September 26, 1978
      September 26, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 10
      9/26/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Senator Lowell Weicker (R-Conn).

    • September 27, 1978
      September 27, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      9/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kitty Kelly, author of 'Jackie Oh!' and Lester David, author of 'The Lonely Lady Of San Clemente".

    • September 28, 1978
      September 28, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 12
      9/28/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are sportscasters Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford.

    • October 2, 1978
      October 2, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 13
      10/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder takes the viewers on a tour of New York City, The Cellar in the Sky of the World Trade Center and personalities such as Eli Resnick, taxi driver well-known for giving candy and cigarettes to his passengers, prides himself on keeping the cleanest cab in NYC.

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    • October 3, 1978
      October 3, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 14
      10/3/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is William Manchester, author of "American Caesar - Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964".

    • September 19, 1978
      September 19, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      9/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actor Jack Lemmon.

    • September 18, 1978
      September 18, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      9/18/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is journalist-commentator Bill Moyers.

    • August 28, 1978
      August 28, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 199
      8/28/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Clive Davis president of Arista Records.

    • August 29, 1978
      August 29, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 200
      8/29/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Jim Hougan author of "Spooks".

    • August 30, 1978
      August 30, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 201
      8/30/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Theodore White author of "In Search of History: A Personal Adventure".

    • August 31, 1978
      August 31, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 202
      8/31/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jeffrey Goodman, geological engineer discusses how he predicts earthquakes and Gorey O'Laughlin of The Dowser Society in Southern California, discusses and demonstrates the process.

    • September 11, 1978
      September 11, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      9/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest via a two-way hookup interview is with Muhammad Ali.

    • September 12, 1978
      September 12, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      9/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are producer Joseph Papp.

    • September 13, 1978
      September 13, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      9/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mayor Ed Koch who reviews his first year in office.

    • September 14, 1978
      September 14, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      9/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actresses Tammy Grimes and Mercedes McCambridge and actor Kevin McCarthy pay tribute to "Radio: Yesterday and Today". All participate in a scene from the current radio series, "CBS Radio Mystery Theater", also on the program is Hy Brown, producer-director of the series, whose past successes include "Inner Sanctum" and "The Goldbergs".

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    • October 4, 1978
      October 4, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 15
      10/4/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are film critcs Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.

    • October 5, 1978
      October 5, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 16
      10/5/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is self-made millionaire Bill Greene.

    • October 31, 1978
      October 31, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 30
      10/31/78
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on regulating public smoking.

    • November 1, 1978
      November 1, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 31
      11/1/78
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on air safety.

    • November 6, 1978
      November 6, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 33
      11/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Peter Townsend, author of 'Time And Chance'.

    • November 7, 1978
      November 7, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 34
      11/7/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anne Cummings author of "The Love Habit: The Confessions of an Older Woman".

    • November 8, 1978
      November 8, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 35
      11/8/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is San Francisco psychiatrist Dr. Jerry Jampolski.

    • November 9, 1978
      November 9, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 36
      11/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Durk Pearson, scientist discusses the future of our planet.

    • November 13, 1978
      November 13, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 37
      11/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are jazz musicians Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock about TV Movies.

    • November 14, 1978
      November 14, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 38
      11/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Geoffrey and Bernard Dohrmann will talk about their national opinion poll.

    • October 30, 1978
      October 30, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 29
      10/30/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Col. Michael "Mad Mike" Hoare legendary leader of mercenary soldiers fighting in Africa.

    • October 25, 1978
      October 25, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 27
      10/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is John LeBoutillier, a Harvard graduate and author of "Harvard Hates America."

    • October 10, 1978
      October 10, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 18
      10/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are producer Gil Fates author of "What's My Line?" and Helen Lawrenson author of "Whistling Girl".

    • October 11, 1978
      October 11, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      10/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is psychotherapist Steven Levenkron.

    • October 12, 1978
      October 12, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      10/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is sportswriter Gerald Strine.

    • October 16, 1978
      October 16, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 21
      10/16/78
      0.0

      Celebrating the show's fifth anniversary.

    • October 17, 1978
      October 17, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 22
      10/17/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is author and art dealer Reese Palley.

    • October 19, 1978
      October 19, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 24
      10/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Don Ohlmeyer, executive producer of NBC Sports, sportswriter Gerald Strine and football forecaster Danny Sheridan.

    • October 23, 1978
      October 23, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 25
      10/23/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Danny Arnold, producer and creator of "Barney Miller".

    • October 24, 1978
      October 24, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 26
      10/24/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Anthony Burgess, author of 'A Clockwork Orange' and '1985.'

    • August 24, 1978
      August 24, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 198
      8/24/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder

    • August 23, 1978
      August 23, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 197
      8/23/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Ralph Drollinger star center for the Athletes in Action basketball team.

    • August 22, 1978
      August 22, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 196
      8/22/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is producer-director Stanley Kramer.

    • June 29, 1978
      June 29, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 167
      6/29/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are writer Gary Moore and James Bellows, editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner.

    • July 4, 1978
      July 4, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 168
      7/4/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are wrestlers Freddie Martin and "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers, TV and radio personality Ralph Story and Karel Van Haeften.

    • July 5, 1978
      July 5, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 169
      7/5/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Judge Dennis Challeen and Ferdinand Waldo Demara "The Great Impostor".

    • July 6, 1978
      July 6, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 170
      7/6/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Roberta Anderson and Mary Kuczkir, two New Jersey housewives who write bestselling romantic novels, female bodybuilder and stripper Kellie Everts and Walter Cavanagh Guinness Book of Record holder for the man with the most credit cards.

    • July 10, 1978
      July 10, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 171
      7/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Cecil Gold, Ed O'Gere and Alain Celent three builders of "Replicas of Classic Cars".

    • July 11, 1978
      July 11, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 172
      7/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sheila Gearhart, widow of executed mercenary and J. Wallace LaPrade, former head of the New York office of the F.B.I.

    • July 12, 1978
      July 12, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 173
      7/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Al Goldstein pornography publisher, Leonard Orr, spiritual writer and author Canary Conn, a transsexual.

    • July 13, 1978
      July 13, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 174
      7/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Major General John Singlaub and Robin Smith.

    • June 28, 1978
      June 28, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 166
      6/28/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Jeannot Szwarc director of "Jaws 2".

    • June 27, 1978
      June 27, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 165
      6/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Alyne Yates, pediatrician, psychiatrist and author of "Sex Without Shame" and Dr. Karen Shanor, clinical psychologist and author of "Sexual Sensitivity of the American Male" discuss how sexual attitudes are developed. Also Sterling Franklin, legal consultant to Zero Population Growth, will discuss teenage pregnancies.

    • June 13, 1978
      June 13, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 157
      6/13/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Freddie Laker with a debate on the dangers of mixing tranquilizers and alcohol.

    • June 14, 1978
      June 14, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 158
      6/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actress Bette Davis who discusses her stand on mandatory retirement.

    • June 15, 1978
      June 15, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 159
      6/15/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are author Colleen McCullough and Tom Wicker, associate editor of The New York Times.

    • June 19, 1978
      June 19, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 160
      6/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are White House reporter Sarah McClendon, Lester Kinsolving, political talk radio host and Michael Chellel, publisher of "Michael's Memory Map," a guide to the graves of celebrities.

    • June 20, 1978
      June 20, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 161
      6/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Los Angeles private detective Norman Perle and Ed Hoffman.

    • June 21, 1978
      June 21, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 162
      6/21/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Country singer Loretta Lynn and film critic Rex Reed.

    • June 22, 1978
      June 22, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 163
      6/22/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Detroit attorney Noel Keane with a discussion on "Surrogate Mothers".

    • June 26, 1978
      June 26, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 164
      6/26/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is General Vernon Walters former aide to five Presidents.

    • July 17, 1978
      July 17, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 175
      7/17/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Suzy Chaffee former Olympic skiing star and Pete Axthelm author of "The Kid".

    • July 18, 1978
      July 18, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 176
      7/18/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are director Elia Kazan and actor Herve Villechaize.

    • August 7, 1978
      August 7, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 187
      8/7/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Rep. Philip M. Crane (R-Ill).

    • August 8, 1978
      August 8, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 188
      8/8/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is R.E. McMaster author of "Cycle of War".

    • August 9, 1978
      August 9, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 189
      8/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. William Nolen, surgeon and author and J. Anthony Morris of the University of Maryland's Microbiology Department.

    • August 10, 1978
      August 10, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 190
      8/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Jospeh Kraft, Washington based syndicated political columnist.

    • August 14, 1978
      August 14, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 191
      8/14/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich, Dorothy Fuldheim, political commentator and Tom Vail editor and publisher of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

    • August 15, 1978
      August 15, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 192
      8/15/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kitty O'Neil and Duffy Hamilton, two of Hollywoods top stunt people.

    • August 17, 1978
      August 17, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 194
      8/17/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's only guest is Jackie Cooper, whose career has spanned a lifetime, including child actor, adult star, studio executive and film director.

    • August 21, 1978
      August 21, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 195
      8/21/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor Steve Guttenberg, a premed student working his way through school and TV producer Chris Bearde.

    • August 3, 1978
      August 3, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 186
      8/3/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and actor Sam Jaffe.

    • August 2, 1978
      August 2, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 185
      8/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Natalie Gittleson, editor with The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Peter Knobler editor of Crawdaddy and wrestling referee John Cone.

    • July 19, 1978
      July 19, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 177
      7/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Robert Schuller, founder of the Garden Grove Community Church in California and William Safire, columnist for the New York Times.

    • July 20, 1978
      July 20, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 178
      7/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Neva Coyle talks about "Overeaters Victorious" and Jim Hart founder of "Alcoholics Victorious".

    • July 24, 1978
      July 24, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 179
      7/24/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Al Pendorf, founder of Aspen State Teachers College.

    • July 25, 1978
      July 25, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 180
      7/25/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Henry Gris, senior editor of The National Enquirer and psychic Ingo Swann.

    • July 26, 1978
      July 26, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 181
      7/26/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Richard Dewees, president of the Missouri Auction School in Kansas City and Michael Weiner author of "Taster's Guide to Beer".

    • July 27, 1978
      July 27, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 182
      7/27/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Stanley Rader, aide to J. Herbert Armstrong, head of the Worldwide Church of God.

    • July 31, 1978
      July 31, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 183
      7/31/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Captain Frank Mundus, shark fisherman and Mike Hoover, explorer and cinematographer.

    • August 1, 1978
      August 1, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 184
      8/1/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dick Grob, Elvis Presley's security chief and Gerald Peters, the late singer's chauffeur.

    • January 24, 1978
      January 24, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 78
      1/24/78
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder with a debate on liquid protein diet.

    • January 19, 1978
      January 19, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 76
      1/19/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV producer Chris Bearde and television writer Nick Arnold.

    • Jume 29, 1977
      Jume 29, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 161
      6/29/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actress Carrie Snodgrass.

    • Jume 30, 1977
      Jume 30, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 162
      6/30/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Benjamin Spock and Henry Hawksworth author of "The Five of Me" with a discussion on multiple personality disorder.

    • July 4, 1977
      July 4, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 163
      7/4/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is escape artist Chris Chalen who thinks he is the reincarnation of Harry Houdini, demonstrates his unusual ability as Tom Snyder handcuffs him, zips him into a death pouch, and places him into a locked safe from which he escapes in 2:12.

    • July 5, 1977
      July 5, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 164
      7/5/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Tommy Lasorda manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

    • July 6, 1977
      July 6, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 165
      7/6/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Rudy Maxa investigative reporter for the Washington Post Sunday magazine "Potomac".

    • July 7, 1977
      July 7, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 166
      7/7/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer Blossom Dearie and author Robert Ringer.

    • July 11, 1977
      July 11, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 167
      7/11/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Ralph Pearl, Las Vegas Sun columnist who suffers from cancer.

    • July 12, 1977
      July 12, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 168
      7/12/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian-actor Marty Ingels, voice actor Dick Orkin and comic actor Bert Berdis.

    • Jume 28, 1977
      Jume 28, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 160
      6/28/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kit Rice, social director for a Swingers Club and Elaine Thomas a club member.

    • Jume 27, 1977
      Jume 27, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 159
      6/27/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer David Crosby and Barbara Fuca author of "Mafia Wife".

    • Jume 13, 1977
      Jume 13, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 151
      6/13/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are television screenwriter Gail Parent and journalist-screenwriter Sara Davidson.

    • Jume 14, 1977
      Jume 14, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 152
      6/14/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is daredevil Evel Knievel.

    • Jume 15, 1977
      Jume 15, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 153
      6/15/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian-actor Phil Silvers and James McClain.

    • Jume 16, 1977
      Jume 16, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 154
      6/16/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ray Kroc chief operating officer and founder of McDonald's Restaurants and Dr. Philip G. Zimbardo founder of the Shyness Clinic.

    • Jume 20, 1977
      Jume 20, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 155
      6/20/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is author Max Gunther with a discussion about "The Luck Factor".

    • Jume 21, 1977
      Jume 21, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 156
      6/21/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is billiards expert Willie Mosconi.

    • Jume 22, 1977
      Jume 22, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 157
      6/22/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is John Dean White House Counsel to President Richard Nixon.

    • Jume 23, 1977
      Jume 23, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 158
      6/23/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Rabbi Baruch Korff.

    • July 13, 1977
      July 13, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 169
      7/13/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is bandleader Benny Goodman.

    • July 14, 1977
      July 14, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 170
      7/14/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is "Mean Jean" Austin.

    • August 3, 1977
      August 3, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 181
      8/3/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singers Buddy Greco and Eartha Kitt.

    • August 4, 1977
      August 4, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 182
      8/4/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder

    • August 8, 1977
      August 8, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 183
      8/8/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are tennis star Ilie Nastase and radio and TV personality Jack Bailey.

    • August 9, 1977
      August 9, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 184
      8/9/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are famous chefs preparing favorite recipes in this "Cooking" episode.

    • August 10, 1977
      August 10, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 185
      8/10/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are freelance photographer Suze Randall whose work has appeared in Playboy and Hustler and publisher Gloria Leonard.

    • August 11, 1977
      August 11, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 186
      8/11/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is television producer Pierre Cossette.

    • August 15, 1977
      August 15, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 187
      8/15/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Huey Newton, founder of the Black Panther Party.

    • August 16, 1977
      August 16, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 188
      8/16/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Robert Smith editor of a Washington D.C. based monthly newsletter on "The Privacy in the Computer Age".

    • August 2, 1977
      August 2, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 180
      8/2/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is hypnotist-author Dick Sutphen with a discussion on "Speedy Reading".



    • August 1, 1977
      August 1, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 179
      8/1/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are columnists Jules Witcover and William Safire.

    • July 18, 1977
      July 18, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 171
      7/18/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are film special effects experts John Dykstra ("Star Wars"), Douglas Trumbull ("2001" and "Silent Running") and Lin Dunn (the original "King Kong", "Citizen Kane" and "Star Trek") discuss the art of special effects in films.

    • July 19, 1977
      July 19, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 172
      7/19/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is producer Frank Yablans of "The Other Side of Midnight".

    • July 20, 1977
      July 20, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 173
      7/20/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Henry Herbert, the Sixth Earl of Carnarvon.

    • July 21, 1977
      July 21, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 174
      7/21/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are female boxing manager Dee Knuckles, boxers Gwen Gemini and Sue Fox with a discussion on women's boxing.

    • July 25, 1977
      July 25, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 175
      7/25/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Esther Peterson, special assistant to the President on consumer affairs.

    • July 26, 1977
      July 26, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 176
      7/26/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Alabama Governor George C. Wallace.

    • July 27, 1977
      July 27, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 177
      7/27/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is with a discussion on "psychosurgery".

    • July 28, 1977
      July 28, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 178
      7/28/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Canary Conn author of "Canary".

    • Jume 9, 1977
      Jume 9, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 150
      6/9/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is CBS news correspondent Dan Rather.

    • Jume 8, 1977
      Jume 8, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 149
      6/8/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Melissa Sands founder of "Mistresses Anonymous" and singer Sherry Crane.

    • April 18, 1977
      April 18, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 121
      4/18/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Vietnam veteran and triple-amputee Max Cleland, recently appointed head of the Veterans Administration and Linda Hunter author of "Super Secs" and former secretary to Marlon Brando, Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards, and Eileen Thomas secretary to Diana Ross discuss National Secretaries Week.

    • April 19, 1977
      April 19, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 122
      4/19/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Nicholas Johnson, head of the National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting and artist Dong Kingman.

    • April 20, 1977
      April 20, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 123
      4/20/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tom Gorman, retired Major League Baseball umpire, Tommy Bell, former National Football League referee, Mendy Rudolph, former National Basketball Association referee and Arthur Mercante, professional boxing referee with a discussion on "Being an Official in Professional Sports".

    • April 21, 1977
      April 21, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 124
      4/21/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are biologist-professor-politician Barry Commoner and science fiction author Frank Herbert.

    • April 25, 1977
      April 25, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 125
      4/25/77
      0.0

      From Chicago. Host Tom Snyder's guests are Bobby Douglass former football quarterback, George Halas owner of the Chicago Bears, TV and radio baseball broadcaster Harry Caray, columnist-TV personality Irv Kupcinet and Bill Veeck president of the Chicago White Sox.

    • April 26, 1977
      April 26, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 126
      4/26/77
      0.0

      From Chicago's Drury Lane Theater. Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Elizabeth Ashley, actor Forrest Tucker and Arthur Smith.

    • April 27, 1977
      April 27, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 127
      4/27/77
      0.0

      From Chicago. Host Tom Snyder's guests are newscaster Paul Harvey, radio and TV personality singer Fran Allison and Burr Tillstrom of "Kukla, Fran and Ollie".

    • April 28, 1977
      April 28, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 128
      4/28/77
      0.0

      From Chicago. Host Tom Snyder's guests are radio personality and author Studs Terkel, author Richard Himmel and broadcaster Jack Eigen.

    • April 14, 1977
      April 14, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 120
      4/14/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is an American who allegedly was involved in an abortive plan to assassinate the President Marcos of the Phillipines in 1972.

    • April 13, 1977
      April 13, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 119
      4/13/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on "Incest and Child Abuse".

    • March 28, 1977
      March 28, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 111
      3/28/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are John Frankenheimer director of "Black Sunday", Robert Duvall of the Oscar nominated "Network" and David Mamet, playwright of the Broadway hit "American Buffalo".

    • March 29, 1977
      March 29, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 112
      3/29/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Judith Exner who discusses her romances with high-level politicians, entertainers and organized crime figures and her husband Dan Exner.

    • March 30, 1977
      March 30, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 113
      3/30/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Keith Stroup, director of the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws.

    • March 31, 1977
      March 31, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 114
      3/31/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is film director Peter Bogdanovich.

    • April 6, 1977
      April 6, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 115
      4/6/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Brooke Hayward best-selling author of "Haywire", daughter of actress Margaret Sullavan and producer-agent Leland Hayward.

    • April 7, 1977
      April 7, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 116
      4/7/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Steven Spielberg director of the film "Jaws".

    • April 11, 1977
      April 11, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 117
      4/11/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Jules Feiffer, cartoonist and playwright.

    • April 12, 1977
      April 12, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 118
      4/12/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are James Hoge, editor of The Chicago Sun Times and The Chicago Daily News, Michael J. O'Neill, executive editor-vice president of New York Daily News and Eugene Patterson, Pulitzer Prize-winning editor and president of The St. Petersburg Times with a discussion on "Why and Whether Daily Newspapers Are Changing Their Style, Content and Coverage".

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    • May 2, 1977
      May 2, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 129
      5/2/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is English faith healer E.G. Fricker.

    • May 3, 1977
      May 3, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 130
      5/3/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are William "Fishbait" Miller, former doorkeeper of the House of Representatives and Clement Conger, White House curator.

    • May 24, 1977
      May 24, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 142
      5/24/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on "Death and How People Can Cope With It".

    • May 25, 1977
      May 25, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 143
      5/25/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Leon Jaworski former Watergate special prosecutor.

    • May 26, 1977
      May 26, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 144
      5/26/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is film entrepreneur Joseph E. Levine.

    • May 31, 1977
      May 31, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 145
      5/31/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV personality Barbara Walters, author Sarah Kernochan, Dr. Joyce Brothers and Dr. Frank Field.

    • Jume 1, 1977
      Jume 1, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 145
      6/1/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Irving Mansfield talks about his late wife Jacqueline Susann and playwright, novelist, poet James Baldwin.

    • Jume 2, 1977
      Jume 2, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 146
      6/2/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Gloria Swanson, TV personality Barbara Walters, sportscaster Howard Cosell and Dr. Frank Field.

    • Jume 6, 1977
      Jume 6, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 147
      6/6/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.

    • Jume 7, 1977
      Jume 7, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 148
      6/7/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is former stripper Candy Barr.

    • May 23, 1977
      May 23, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 141
      5/23/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Robert Scheer investigative reporter of the Los Angeles Times discusses his approach to investigative journalism and discusses his controversial Playboy article about President Carter, who was then the Democratic candidate and journalist-author Ron Powers of "Flags of Our Fathers".

    • May 19, 1977
      May 19, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 140
      5/19/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Richard Bach author of "Jonathan Livingston" and the new book "Illusions".

    • May 5, 1977
      May 5, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 132
      5/5/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion of the controversy in Dade County Florida over a proposed ordinance prohibiting bias in jobs and housing for homosexuals.

    • May 9, 1977
      May 9, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 133
      5/9/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actor Omar Sharif.

    • May 10, 1977
      May 10, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 134
      5/10/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are heavyweight contenders Duane Bobick and Ken Norton.

    • May 11, 1977
      May 11, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 135
      5/11/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guest is heart specialist Dr. Michael DeBakey.

    • May 12, 1977
      May 12, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 136
      5/12/77
      0.0

      Host Tom Snyder's guests are former Congressman Wilbur Mills.

    • May 16, 1977
      May 16, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 137
      5/16/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are psychologists Dr. Joseph Hart and Dr. Richard Corriere of the Center for Feeling Therapy and fitness expert Jack LaLanne.

    • May 17, 1977
      May 17, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 138
      5/17/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Al Primo, news consultant and St. Louis newsman Patrick Emory with a discussion on "Local Television Newscasts and How TV Anchor People are Selected".

    • May 18, 1977
      May 18, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 139
      5/18/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Senator James Abourezk of South Dakota.

    • August 17, 1977
      August 17, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 189
      8/17/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Heber Jentzsch with a discussion on "Scientology".

    • August 18, 1977
      August 18, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 190
      8/18/77
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on "Health, Beauty and Modelling".

    • August 22, 1977
      August 22, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 191
      8/22/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are William Randolph Hearst III and Jack Ford, son of President Gerald Ford.

    • November 24, 1977
      November 24, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 47
      11/24/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Pulitzer Prize winning authors Will and Ariel Durant authors of "The Story of Civilization" and awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977.

    • November 28, 1977
      November 28, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 48
      11/28/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are film and television cowboys Roy Rogers, Tim McCoy, Kirk Alyn, Monty Hale and Snuff Garrett.

    • November 29, 1977
      November 29, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 49
      11/29/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is author Henry Miller who discusses his thoughts on love, writing, pornography, his childhood in Brooklyn, his mother, poverty, aging and death.

    • November 30, 1977
      November 30, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 50
      11/30/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is columnist Jory Graham and a cancer victim.

    • December 1, 1977
      December 1, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 51
      12/1/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is TV host-announcer Hugh Downs.

    • December 5, 1977
      December 5, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 52
      12/5/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kirby J. Hensley, founder of the Universal Life Church and Peter Hoy, Tibetan Monk Guru who says he discovered ancient powers, demonstrates some of his unusual mystic powers by walking on glass and puncturing his cheeks with needles.

    • December 6, 1977
      December 6, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 53
      12/6/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Frank Snepp, former analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency.

    • December 7, 1977
      December 7, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 54
      12/7/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ron Shaffer, columnist for The Washington Post, Ed Seibert, Federal Treasury Agent and author James Michener.

    • November 23, 1977
      November 23, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 46
      11/23/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singers Rosemary Clooney and Helen O'Connell.

    • November 22, 1977
      November 22, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 45
      11/22/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mortimer Adler, chairman of the Encyclopedia Britannica's Board of Editors.

    • November 7, 1977
      November 7, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 36
      11/7/77
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      Remote telecast from Sardi's. Host Tom Snyder's guests are stage actress Andrea McArdle, theatre director-writer and lyricist Martin Charnin, composer-pianist Cy Coleman and theatre district restauranteur Vincent Sardi Jr.

    • November 8, 1977
      November 8, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 37
      11/8/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are attorney Roy Cohn and Sports Commentator Al McGuire.

    • November 9, 1977
      November 9, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 38
      11/9/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Arthur Weingarten author of "The Sky is Falling".

    • November 10, 1977
      November 10, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 39
      11/10/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV producer Gerald Rafshoon and Rev. Everett Parker with a discussion on "Criticism of the Media".

    • November 14, 1977
      November 14, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 40
      11/14/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Dr. Desmond Morris and exotic dancer stripper Carol Doda.

    • November 15, 1977
      November 15, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 41
      11/15/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Network news correspondents Marvin Kalb and Ted Koppel and Sheila Macbeth Mitchell survivor of the sinking of The Britannic.

    • November 16, 1977
      November 16, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 42
      11/16/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are journalist-author Joan Didion, screenwriter and literary critic John Gregory Dunne and San Francisco Sheriff Richard Hongisto.

    • November 17, 1977
      November 17, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 43
      11/17/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are authors Martin Caidin and Lester Vehe.

    • December 8, 1977
      December 8, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 55
      12/8/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are director-actor John Cassavetes and his wife actress Gena Rowlands and Tom Jackson, employment expert and author of "How to Get a Job You Want in Twenty-Eight Days".

    • December 12, 1977
      December 12, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 56
      12/12/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is actress Bette Davis.

    • January 5, 1978
      January 5, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 68
      1/5/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Ed Walker, a blind radio personality.

    • January 9, 1978
      January 9, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 69
      1/9/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is film director Steven Spielberg.

    • January 10, 1978
      January 10, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 70
      1/10/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are "Action Line" columnists Kenan Helse and Anne Baumgartner.

    • January 11, 1978
      January 11, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 71
      1/11/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mayor Dennis Kucinich of Cleveland.

    • January 12, 1978
      January 12, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 72
      1/12/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are author Nathaniel Branden and hypnotist Pat Collins.

    • January 16, 1978
      January 16, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 73
      1/16/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Earl Butz, Secretary of Agriculture and Robert Bergland with a discussion on "The Farmer's Strike".

    • January 17, 1978
      January 17, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 74
      1/17/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are crime authors Mickey Spillane, Robert Bloch author of "Psycho", Donald Westlake author of "The Grifters" and Dilys Wynn author of "Murder Ink".

    • January 18, 1978
      January 18, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 75
      1/18/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Michael and Ann Coburn, the first married couple to be ordained together as Episcopal priests and humorist Mark Russell.

    • January 4, 1978
      January 4, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 67
      1/4/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Chef Graham Kerr and Treena Kerr.

    • January 3, 1978
      January 3, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 66
      1/3/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Les Brown author of "The New York Times Encyclopedia of Television" and journalist Lisa Robinson.

    • December 13, 1977
      December 13, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 57
      12/13/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is comedian-actor Joey Bishop.

    • December 14, 1977
      December 14, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 58
      12/14/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ray Price, former speechwriter for President Nixon and TV producer Bob Carman.

    • December 15, 1977
      December 15, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 59
      12/15/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are "The Wizard of Oz" actors Ray Bolger and Jack Haley Sr.

    • December 22, 1977
      December 22, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 60
      12/22/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's only guest is comedian David Brenner.

    • December 27, 1977
      December 27, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 62
      12/27/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is evangelist Billy James Hargis, founder and Director of the Christian Crusade Ministries discusses his Anti-Communist ministry.

    • December 28, 1977
      December 28, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 63
      12/28/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is William Baxley, Attorney General of Alabama.

    • December 29, 1977
      December 29, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 64
      12/29/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Midge Costanza, President Carter's assistant for public liason and author Louise Lague.

    • January 2, 1978
      January 2, 1978
      Season 5 - Episode 65
      1/2/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are four heart transplant survivors who discuss their experiences.

    • November 3, 1977
      November 3, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 35
      11/3/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are columnist Liz Smith, a reunion of four former Ziegfield Follies showgirls, a discussion with Danny Sheridan, who predicts the winners of football games with great accuracy and an interview with New York Jets quarterback Richard Todd.

    • November 2, 1977
      November 2, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 34
      11/2/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Clay Felker president of Esquire Magazine, Jann Wenner head of Rolling Stone Magazine and humorist Jean Shepherd.

    • September 8, 1977
      September 8, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      9/8/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is child star Rodney Allen Rippy.

    • September 12, 1977
      September 12, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      9/12/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is director Frank Capra.

    • September 13, 1977
      September 13, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      9/13/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Los Angeles Rams' quarterback Pat Haden.

    • September 14, 1977
      September 14, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      9/14/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is CBS News Washington correspondent Fred Graham.

    • September 15, 1977
      September 15, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      9/15/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are authors Carroll Stoner and Joanne Park.

    • September 20, 1977
      September 20, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      9/20/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Robin Moore author of "The French Connection" and "The Washington Connection".

    • September 21, 1977
      September 21, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      9/21/77
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      Host Tom Snyder

    • September 22, 1977
      September 22, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      9/22/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Barbara Seaman co-author of "Women and the Crisis in Sex Hormones".

    • September 8, 1977
      September 8, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      9/8/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is child star Rodney Allen Rippy.

    • September 7, 1977
      September 7, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      9/7/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Tichi Wilkerson Miles, publisher of the Hollywood Reporter.

    • August 23, 1977
      August 23, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 192
      8/23/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is journalist Theo Wilson.

    • August 24, 1977
      August 24, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 193
      8/24/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is David Guralnik, editor-in-chief of Webster's New World Dictionary.

    • August 25, 1977
      August 25, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 194
      8/25/77
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on "Rent-a-Yenta" and "Firefighting in California".

    • August 29, 1977
      August 29, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 195
      8/29/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are televangelist Rex Humbard and Pat Robertson discuss their careers as evangelists.

    • August 31, 1977
      August 31, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 196
      8/31/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Broadway producer Adela Holzer of "Hair" and "The Ritz".

    • September 5, 1977
      September 5, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      9/5/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Minister in the Church of Scientology Heber Jentzsch, head of the California Church of Scientology, returning guest from last months controversial discussion.

    • September 1, 1977
      September 1, 1977
      Season 4 - Episode 197
      9/1/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer-musicians Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones formerly of the group The Monkees.

    • September 6, 1977
      September 6, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      9/6/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is comedian Milton Berle.

    • September 26, 1977
      September 26, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      9/26/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are John Buckley, national chairman and Ron Robinson executive director of Young Americans for Freedom.

    • September 27, 1977
      September 27, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      9/27/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Representatitve Bella Abzug and Judge Arch Simonson.

    • October 19, 1977
      October 19, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 26
      10/19/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Frank Yablans, former president of Paramount Pictures.

    • October 20, 1977
      October 20, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 27
      10/20/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is musician Doc Severinsen.

    • October 24, 1977
      October 24, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 28
      10/24/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Ted Turner owner of the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Hawks.

    • October 25, 1977
      October 25, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 29
      10/25/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Mrs. Marina Oswald Porter and Priscilla Johnson McMillan.

    • October 26, 1977
      October 26, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 30
      10/26/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are British airline entrepreneur Freddie Laker and Pete Rozelle commissioner of the National Football League.

    • October 27, 1977
      October 27, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 31
      10/27/77
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      Host Tom Snyder with question-and-answer session with college newspaper editors.

    • October 31, 1977
      October 31, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 32
      10/31/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is author Martin Tropp "The Story of Frankenstein".

    • November 1, 1977
      November 1, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 33
      11/1/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are baseball player Reggie Jackson and Operatic contralto Marian Anderson.

    • October 18, 1977
      October 18, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 25
      10/18/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is politician Alf Landon.

    • October 13, 1977
      October 13, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      10/13/77
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      Fourth Anniversary of the program. Host Tom Snyder's guest is Mort Werner.

    • September 28, 1977
      September 28, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      9/28/77
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      Host Tom Snyder with a discussion on "The Effects of Cosmetic Surgery".

    • September 29, 1977
      September 29, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      9/29/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are TV producer Joel Tator, Abdulla Bawaney and Nadine Hays.

    • October 3, 1977
      October 3, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      10/3/77
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      Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are hair stylist Vidal Sassoon and Deborah Mazzanti.

    • October 4, 1977
      October 4, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      10/4/77
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      Kelly Lange is the guest host, guests are TV critics Cecil Smith, Susan Paynter, Richard Adler and Richard Hack.

    • October 5, 1977
      October 5, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      10/5/77
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      Kelly Lange is the guest host, guest is author Cyra McFadden.

    • October 6, 1977
      October 6, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      10/6/77
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      Kelly Lange is the guest host with a discussion on "Incest and Child Abuse".

    • October 10, 1977
      October 10, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      10/10/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Georgia State Senator Julian Bond.

    • October 12, 1977
      October 12, 1977
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      10/12/77
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is "Jolly" Charlie Grimm, former major league baseball manager.

    • November 15, 1978
      November 15, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 39
      11/15/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll Jr., chief writers on 'I Love Lucy'.

    • November 16, 1978
      November 16, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 40
      11/16/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is activist-teacher Jonathan Kozol.

    • November 20, 1978
      November 20, 1978
      Season 6 - Episode 41
      11/20/78
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Bruce Spitz a middle-level Washington bureaucrat .

    • January 17, 1980
      January 17, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 70
      1/17/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is fabled runner Harold Red Grange from his Florida home discusses his long career with the Chicago Bears and his one-time ownership of the New York Yankees. He says as a youth he looked on baseball players as heroes. He believes TV made Pro Football what it is today, before TV became commonplace, College Football was far more popular. He says he gave up ownership of The Yankees because he was losing too much money.

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    • January 21, 1980
      January 21, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 71
      1/21/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are George Steinbrenner, New York Yankees principal owner discusses his youthful ambitions to be a coach and teacher. He stresses the importance of providing young people with education and opportunities. He believes the U.S. should determine who its real friends are and stop giving money to our enemies. He Supports President Carter's Boycott of The Olympics. He comments on Billy Martin and owning a club in respect of contracts and salaries. He says ticket prices should not reflect players salaries. Nephew of President Carter William Carter Spann discusses his legal troubles since age 12. He says he's always felt he was the black sheep of the family but now he's straightened out. He regards his grandmother Miss Lillian as his real mother. He calls his Uncle Billy a notorious drunk.



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    • January 22, 1980
      January 22, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 72
      1/22/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Carolyn Reed and Geraldine Miller, Directors of National Committee on household employment and NY State Coalition of Household Workers discuss their efforts to upgrade the definition of household worker and raising their salaries to minimum wage. Founder of Jewish Defense League Rabbi Meir Kahane discusses his months in an Israeli Prison after entering Hebron despite the prohibition of the Israeli Government. He says Prime Minister Begin has bowed to U.S. pressure prompted by the oil situation.



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    • January 23, 1980
      January 23, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 73
      1/23/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Louise Lasser discusses her new movie "In God We Trust" and her new play "Marie and Bruce." She says the profanity she has to use in her play makes her uncomfortable. She comments on her early career and the odds of her doing another TV series. She says Woody Allen won't do TV interviews because he's too busy making movies and is uncomfortable with TV. She Prefers Working in NYC to L.A. Director Otto Preminger discusses His new movie "The Human Factor." He says stardom is harder on women than men because when they lose their looks they're under a lot of pressure.

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    • January 24, 1980
      January 24, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 74
      1/24/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian Rip Taylor who says when he was a child everyone tried to dissuade him from going into show business despite the fact he always knew he wanted to be a comedian. He demonstrates old pantomime routine to the record of Romania Romania. He says he wants to remain an entertainer always and that he wants to preserve slapstick comedy. Bill and Patty Burns of KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, discuss their working relationship. Bill talks about his early career and his difficult transition from radio to television. He remarks on political conventions he's covered and notes after JFK Assassination they became no fun due to heightened security. He says women sportscasters lack authority (Ie. Jayne Kennedy of CBS).

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    • January 28, 1980
      January 28, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 75
      1/28/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Baseball Greats Satchel Paige and Lou Brock discuss changes in the game over the years. Paige says in his day players traveled by train not plane. He says when he played in the Negro Leagues he never made more than 500 dollars a month. Both Brock and Paige state they felt themselves slowing down when they hit 40. Brock says he'll be director of sports planning for a cable TV station and hopes to start a business of his own. Author of "Women On Top" Jane Adams discusses what highly successful women have in common: the strong desire for independence from the traditional female roles. She says that they often feel isolated from their own sex whereas men do not have that problem.

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    • January 29, 1980
      January 29, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 76
      1/29/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Ronald McDonald House Official Suzanne Jeffers and Residents Rebecca Rogerson and Georgia and Brian Brundege discuss the homes purpose: to give children suffering from cancer the chance to live with their families in a home atmosphere rather than a sterile hospital environment while they undergo treatment. The charge Is $10 per night per family. 18 year-old editor of The Children's Express Michael Schrievman and 13 Year-Old Reporters Quin Bakaty and Felicia Kornbluth discuss their recent trip to refugee camps in Thailand and Cambodia. They say that despite all the reports of death over there they saw mostly life.

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    • January 30, 1980
      January 30, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 77
      1/30/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Michelle Triola Marvin, estranged roommate of Lee Marvin, discusses her palimony suit against the actor. She says he originally agreed to pay her $1050 per month for five years but that after a year he discontinued the payments. She says the money was to help her get on her feet again and be independent since she ignored her singing career for the 17 years she lived with Marvin. She feels she deserves compensation and that if the situation were reversed men would surely be compensated. Singer and comedian Vaughn Meader, famous in 60s for his send-ups of the Kennedy Family, discusses how his career died along with John Kennedy. He talks about his comeback attempt with song "I'm Getting Ready For Teddy" and warns viewers against Angel Dust.

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    • January 16, 1980
      January 16, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 69
      1/16/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are video journalist Jon Alpert discusses how he was able to gain admission to Cuba, Cambodia and Vietnam (during The Border War). Clips are shown of his trip to an orphanage in Vietnam and of the Border War there. He refers to the transportation department as a bureaucracy and alleges the U.S. Government has given aid to foreign leaders who were overthrown. Olympic hopefuls Dwight Stones and Franklin Jacobs discuss High Jumping. They say they're displeased that the Olympic Games are to be held this year in Moscow and say they will boycott them in the interests of Peace.

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    • January 15, 1980
      January 15, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 68
      1/15/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are dream psychologist and author of "Living Your Dreams" Gayle Delaney and Dr. Milton Framer of Dream Sleep Lab discuss dreaming. Framer explains how we dream. Delaney claims dreams are solving our problems. We must learn dream language. Delaney says you can order up a dream by writing down a question, "What Happened To You That Day". Director of "Our Hitler" Hans-Jurgen Syberberg says the 7-hour movie has no gruesome war scenes. He made it to make people aware of their own possibilities.

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    • December 18, 1979
      December 18, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 59
      12/18/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Snyder talks about not having time to visit museums in NYC, his friendship with Dr. Frank Field and school teachers who make Christmas more exciting for young students. Snyder interviews income tax resister and protestor Irwin Schiff, author of "The Biggest Con: How The Government Is Fleecing You." He was tried last year for failure to file tax returns and was found guilty. Justice Department used clip from his last appearance on "Tomorrow Show." Schiff appealed, arguing the clip was inadmissible evidence. Last week his conviction was overturned. He says people are not legally required to pay taxes (he hasn't paid since '73). He claims the government is destroying the country with excess taxation and that according to The Constitution government currency is counterfeit. He applauds passage of Proposition 13. Royal Little, founder of billion dollar business, Textron, discusses his book "How To Lose $100,000,000 and Other Valuable Advice." He relates some mistakes he's made in business so others may avoid them. He regards the trend toward large multinational companies as a good thing. Edward Lamb, termed "America's Wealthiest Radical," discusses his book "The Sharing Society." He believes American capitalism is doomed and that we must sooner or later join the world and look for resources outside our borders. He says young people's goal should not be to acquire assets because the U.S. is headed for economic self-destruction. He says his whole life now is devoted to advancement of The United Nations.

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    • December 19, 1979
      December 19, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 60
      12/19/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Garson Kanin, writer, director and musician and Wife Ruth Gordon, writer and actress, discuss writing, acting and the motion picture business. Kanin talks about his new novel "Moviola." Ruth Gordon says she didn't see "Kramer Vs. Kramer" but wishes she could have played Meryl Streep's part. Michael Medved discusses his book "The Shadow President" about Presidential Aides. When he was 21 he worked as a speechwriter for a congressman. He discusses Hamilton Jordan's alleged drug use as well as peccadillos of aides as far back as Lincoln's Presidency. He also discusses his forthcoming book "The Golden Turkey Awards" which honors the worst actor, actress, movie etc.

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    • December 31, 1979
      December 31, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 62
      12/31/79
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      Host Tom Snyder wishes everyone A Happy New Year and explains we'll see the guests entering the studio from the hallway. George Burns calls his co-stars in new movie "Going in Style," Art Carney and Lee Strasberg, fine actors. He says he has found acting not to be too hard (He made his debut at age 79 in "The Sunshine Boys"). He speaks about his career in Vaudeville and notes he was a flop until he met Gracie Allen whom he calls a great actress. He still thinks about her a lot. He says he recently recorded a Country and Western single called "I Wish I Were 18 Again" (He doesn't). He doesn't intend ever to retire from show business because he's got so much to do. Clip is shown from "Going in Style." "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bill Murray speaks about his Chicago boyhood and wanting to be first a pro baseball player and then a doctor. He speaks about attending a Jesuit School and his family. He says doing SNL is hard, they don't work every day but put in long hours when they do. He finds some of the shows material objectionable (ie. skit on murder of Harvey Milk in San Francisco). Clip is shown of Murray doing lounge crooner Nick Wings. He says SNL isn't as much fun with John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd gone. Rip Taylor talks about his new NYC nightclub on stage, his confetti throwing, his TV show "The $1.98 Beauty Show," playing Las Vegas and dealing with hecklers.

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    • January 7, 1980
      January 7, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 63
      1/7/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Zubin Mehta, Conducter of New York Philharmonic and Israel Philharmonic, and Itzhak Perlman, international acclaimed violinist. Each will appear in NBC Special "Live From Studio 8H: A Tribute To Arturo Toscanini." Mehta says Toscanini revolutionized interpretation of music at turn of century and that many people have since emulated him. Opera Diva Leontyne Price, only operatic performer to have won 15 Grammy Awards joins the panel. She says she's thrilled beyond belief about Wednesday's special and says its miraculous what they've done with this studio. Co-Producers of the special Judith Depaul and Alvin Cooperman, join the panel. They Previously Produced "Ahmal and The Night Visitors" For NBC. They discuss the evolution of this special, the transformation of the studio into A Classical Music Hall for TV and the desire of classical musicians to become involved in such productions.

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    • January 8, 1980
      January 8, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 64
      1/8/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Elvis Presley's stepmother Dee Presley discusses how she met and married Elvis's Father Vernon while Elvis was in the army and stationed in Germany. When friendship deepened she divorced her husband and married Vernon. She says Elvis accepted her as the official Graceland hostess but not as his mother. Dee's children by her first marriage, Rick and David Stanley comment on growing up with Elvis as stepbrother. They say he was more like a father and a good friend. They discuss Elvis's drug problem, the 24 Hour-A-Day care given Elvis and his death. Academy Award Winner and Village Voice Columnist Howard Smith discusses his book "The 3 Biggest Lies" and his movie "Gismo." The book offers lies specific to various professionals E.G. Physicians, Lawyers Etc.

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    • January 9, 1980
      January 9, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 65
      1/9/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Joan Fontaine discusses her career and her book "No Bed of Roses." She comments on the Studio System and working with Laurence Olivier and Alfred Hitchcock as well as gossip columnists the studios used to discipline actors under contract. She talks about never having gotten along with her sister Olivia DeHavilland, never having collected alimony from ex-husbands and avoiding voicing political opinions (She once had her passport taken away for doing so). She says she's just finished doing "The Lion in Winter" in Vienna and will soon appear on the Soap Opera "Ryan's Hope." Jazz singer Anita O'Day discusses her early career and her recent concert in Japan. She says this is her first network appearance since she was on "The Steve Allen "Tonight Show" 25 years ago. She discusses her drug problem that lasted 16 years and says her life and career are being profiled by 60 Minutes in March she says she'll be appearing with Mel Torme at Carnegie Hall.

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    • January 10, 1980
      January 10, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 66
      1/10/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are former Porn Star Linda Lovelace (now Linda Marchiano) discusses her new book "Ordeal" which details how she was forced to appear in porno movies. She says her former husband Chuck Traynor was kind and gentle when she first met him but when she threatened to return to NY. He hypnotized her and made her perform perversions. He threatened to kill her family if she left him and forced her to marry him so she could not testify against him in court. She says she made little from "Deep Throat" because Traynor forced her to sign over to him 97% of her income. She finally escaped from him in California when he was armed with a machine gun. She is today married to a supportive man and they have a 3 year-old daughter. Toshiba executive Robert Schiff demonstrates an acoustically controlled TV set which is still in the experimental stage. He says Toshiba is working towards total environment control via experiments with lighting, heating and household appliances.

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    • January 14, 1980
      January 14, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 67
      1/14/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are director Josh Logan and his actress wife Nedda reminisce about the music business. They discuss his new show Joshua Logan's "Musical Moments" in which he discusses writing songs in which their daughter appears. Nedda talks about her father, Edward Harrigan, who was a producer, director and lyricist in the 1890s. Logan recalls his friends Rodgers and Hammerstein and sings several bars of one of their songs. He says his family always accompanies him when he travels. She discusses her acting career. They Sing A Song From "Gigi." Tiny Tim discusses marriage. He says he and his wife Miss Vicky do a nightclub act. Miss Vicky discusses the act in which she comes out and dances while Tiny sings and after he sings, he says he misses the big time and offers a preview of his next record.

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    • January 31, 1980
      January 31, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 78
      1/31/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are choreographers Bob Fosse and Agnes Demille who discuss their careers and how the notion that dance is an effeminate activity is an American invention. They say the concept changed when dance was presented in a form people could understand. Clips are shown from his movie "All That Jazz" and from PBS show "Conversations of The Dance." They comment on erotic numbers
      they have used in their shows. Demille comments that Waltzes were once banned as bawdy. Demille says dancers are as important as the choreography because they lend it their own individuality and unique qualities. They discuss the custom of cattle-call auditions and admit its hard to reject so many people. Fosse says despite popular opinion the central character in "All That Jazz" is not him, he merely added some of his experiences. They both say they feel ambivalent towards the way of life they must lead for their careers.

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    • February 4, 1980
      February 4, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 79
      2/4/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are operator of Pips Nightclub George Shultz discusses why he quit his stand-up comedy routine to open a club where struggling young comedians can get started. He says ethnic types are much funnier than others. 95-Year-Old Joe Smith of fabled Smith and Dale vaudeville comedy team discusses how he met his partner. He talks about his life at the actors fund home in New Jersey and declares he recently got a high school diploma. He says he writes now to occupy himself. Eye Surgeon Charles Kelman discusses how he does song and dance routines to comfort his patients after surgery. He says he wants to put them at ease and that knowing they will see him after surgery gives them reassurance.

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    • February 21, 1980
      February 21, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 90
      2/21/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Boston University President John Silber discusses the students and faculty who dub him dictator and censor. He comments that his opposition is in the vast minority. He defines what he believes an educator should be and decries that so many schools let students decide what the curriculum will be despite the fact that they have no idea what they're doing. Former DC Weatherman Willard Scott talks about moving to the "Today Show" after 30 years with local station WRC-TV in Washington. He says he intends to inject humor into "Today."

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    • February 25, 1980
      February 25, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 91
      2/25/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Henry Rogers of Rogers and Cowan Public Relations Agency discusses what his firm does for products and individuals. They communicate with the public via the media to reinforce attitudes and convey thoughts. His new book is called "Walking the Tightrope" and he feels the media and the public are too sophisticated to fall for stunts which worked in the old days. Stanley Arnold, head of Idea Company and rival of Jimmy Carter in 76 Primaries, says he feels none of the Presidential Candidates are answering our questions. He advocates mandatory gas rationing and limits on cars to four or six cylinders. He feels were drowning in inflation and that we have to stop selling our country to foreign interests and impose controls on government spending.

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    • February 26, 1980
      February 26, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 92
      2/26/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Tony Bennett, and sons Danny and Daegal, discuss how Tony helped them form the Punk Rock Band Neon. Clip is shown of the band performing. The boys say they're working on getting a record contract and comment on appearing on "Saturday Night Live" as the best exposure. Right now they're appearing in clubs and handling Tony's business affairs. Tony says when he got out of the Army he enrolled in acting and singing school. He never got cast in a Broadway Show but says while he loves the theatre he wouldn't like to be in a play. He says he loves playing Carnegie Hall. Jazz bandleader Woody Herman discusses his career. His father started him out at nine years old, he sang and danced and was known as the Wonder Boy. He got interested in jazz as a teenager. He talks about appearing at Mardi Gras with his band in Black-Face. Clip is shown of the performance. He feels audiences today are the best and brightest.

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    • February 27, 1980
      February 27, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 93
      2/27/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are 11 year-old actress Tina Payne discusses her topless photograph for a California paper. She comments that she does not understand the furor it has raised. She discusses her having started in a beauty contest and then gone into acting. She says she's enrolled in The Lee Strasberg Actors Studio in an adult class and also takes singing and dancing lessons. She says she'll be appearing on TV in "Beulah Land." Philadelphia Disc Jockey Sid Mark discusses why he plays only Frank Sinatra on his Friday, Saturday and Sunday shows. He says the public loves the shows, with 1600 selections he never runs out of songs to play. Nudist Party Presidential candidate Louis Abolofia says he appears nude at rallies and if elected will govern in the nude. He says it epitomizes freedom of expression. He wants a female vice president and says the ERA has nothing to do with drafting women. He says he advised people to run to Canada to avoid the draft.

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    • March 3, 1980
      March 3, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 94
      3/3/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Kenneth Tynan author of "Show People" discusses some of the celebrities he has written about. He says he's still in love with Louise Brooks who at 76 is still very sexy. He calls Ralph Richardson an eccentric with a fondness for explosions. He thinks Mel Brooks is the funniest improviser around and also very depressed. To him Johnny Carson is the master of the TV closeup but a most reticent interviewee. He says Being with Dick Cavett is like being with a close subversive friend. FBI Investigator Ralph Himmelsbach discusses The '71 D.B. Cooper Hijacking Case. He says the only clue ever found was a wad of $20 bills traced to the ones given to Cooper. He thinks it likely that Cooper died when he parachuted off the plane with the money. He says he'd like to attend Coopers funeral and doesn't mind the FBI is forcing him to retire due to his age.

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    • March 4, 1980
      March 4, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 96
      3/5/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Marshall Brickman, writer and director of "Simon" discusses his work with Woody Allen on such films as "Sleeper," "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan." He says he met Allen at a nightclub and they've been friends ever since. He says he never thought of becoming a writer or director, being a musician satisfied him. He wrote for Johnny Carson and Dick Cavett and says he preferred Cavett for doing a more socially significant show. He comments on "Simon" costing only $4 Million and his need for his father's approval. He feels the best thing to be is a concert performer and a clip from "Simon" is shown. Nobel Prize winner William Shockley who claims Blacks are genetically inferior defends his advocacy of a sperm bank composed of Nobel Prize winner's sperm, an idea originated by Robert Kaye Graham.

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    • March 6, 1980
      March 6, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 97
      3/6/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor and activist Dick Gregory discusses fasting as a means of protest and its health benefits. He comments on the brilliance of many American convicts, the frantic pace of modern living (citing penises and sexual discharges to illustrate his point) and racial and sexual equality. He comments we're ready to jump on Iran but not on Russia because they can fight back. He believes the Afghanistan crisis was staged by The U.S. and Russia to wipe out Islam. He calls the grain embargo a joke because it involves pig food. He claims Andrew Young was the scapegoat for the P.L.O. issue. Nat Hentoff, author of "The First Freedom: A Tumultuous History of Free Speech in America" discusses the first amendment and how it has been violated from its inception. He says people were arrested for writing negatively about John Q. Adams. He says we need the right not to be secretly investigated by the FBI or CIA for activities that are our legal right. He says the CIA is trying to pass a charter that would let them invade privacy legally so they could screen mail, tap phones and bug homes.

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    • March 10, 1980
      March 10, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 98
      3/10/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Snyder interviews Alger Hiss who discusses the trial where he was accused of being a Communist spy by admitted Soviet Agent Whittaker Chambers. He says the country could not prove Hiss was a spy so they convicted him of perjury for denying he knew Chambers. He says that he did not know him under that name and that when he did know him he looked different. He accuses prosecutors of falsifying evidence by saying that the typewriter that typed the information sent to Russia belonged to him when in fact it did not. He says he was disbarred due to his conviction. He says he's glad most of today's youth do not know his name. He's now trying to get his conviction expunged from the record. He thinks he can do it now because of the Freedom of Information Act although it took him three years to get the trial transcripts and when he did his testimony was blotted out. He says the charges and trial were aimed at denying Truman election as President. He says he was not angry at the country but at J. Edgar Hoover and the prosecutor. He notes Richard Nixon was on the panel and that it gave him great happiness to see Nixon resign from the presidency. Lawyer John Lowenthal joins the panel. He helped to defend Hiss and has documented the trial in his movie "The Trials of Alger Hiss." Gordie, Mark and Marty Howe discuss hockey and how its changed since Gordie's day. He says he introduced his sons to the game so its very natural for them to play on teams. They discuss America's Olympic victory over Russia in hockey.

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    • February 20, 1980
      February 20, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 89
      2/20/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Nancy Reagan wife of Ronald Reagan.

    • February 19, 1980
      February 19, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 88
      2/19/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are the wives of three Republican contenders Nellie Connally, wife of Governor John Connally, Keke Anderson, wife of Congressman John Anderson and Arlene Crane, wife of Representative Philip Crane discuss their husbands and the influence they have on their campaigns for the Republican Presidential nomination. They talk about being careful what they say, on their influence and about fundraising (which Mrs. Crane does little of due to raising 8 children). They all see the Republican Party as a national savior and feel the media is biased against their party. Mrs. Crane cites a "60 Minutes" piece where Mike Wallace made her husband appear like a fool. All of them (like their husbands) believe in the ERA but Mrs. Anderson stands alone in being opposed to nuclear energy.

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    • February 5, 1980
      February 5, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 80
      2/5/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Amanda Arnold (KHOU-TV in Houston), Monica Kaufman (WSB-TV in Atlanta), Natalie Jacobson (WCUB-TV in Boston) and Sue Simmons (WNBC-TV in New York) siscuss their careers as TV News Anchors.

    • February 6, 1980
      February 6, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 81
      2/6/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Francisco Lupica, musician and one-man band, discusses his creation of The Cosmic Experience which was heard on the TV series "Star Trek." He demonstrates his act and claims his music relaxes people. Charles Koppelman, former vice president of Columbia Records and now one of the founders and heads of the entertainment company, discusses his reasons for leaving Columbia. His company owns rights to music and produces albums for other recording companies. Kal Rudman, publisher of The Friday Morning Quarterback says his programming guide serves the U.S., Canada and North American radio stations. It predicts hits and traces their development. It also offers information for every musical style and ultimately dictates what we hear.

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    • February 7, 1980
      February 7, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 82
      2/7/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor John Ritter discusses his new movie "Hero At Large." He says he believes in human goodness but thinks we need more heroes. He was shocked by drug use and sexual activity during a recent visit to his old school, Hollywood High. Star of UHF "Uncle Floyd Show" Floyd Vivino says He prefers working on UHF because he doesn't have to worry about ratings. He states his audience of 100000 ranges from 18 to 35 years of age. He describes his show as mostly satire and says that he performs live at high schools, colleges and nightclubs.

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    • February 11, 1980
      February 11, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 83
      2/11/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Senator William J. Proxmire (D-WI.) discusses the Maine caucuses and says President Carter should come out of the White House and debate Sen. Kennedy. He thinks the Iran and Afghanistan situations have helped Carter and hurt Kennedy. He rates Kennedy a superior Senator and accuses Treasury Secretary Miller of having lied to his committee about bribes and Textron Corp. He believes most politicians today are honest because they're forced to be. He applauds the FBI for ABSCAM but disapproves of press reports of allegations before all the facts are in. He believes NY banks should have bailed out NYC rather than the government and says he opposed federal loans to Lockheed and Chrysler.

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    • February 12, 1980
      February 12, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 84
      2/12/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Opera Singer Luciano Pavarotti discusses the increasing popularity of opera due to TV exposure. He says he sees more young faces in the audience every day and that he did the American Express TV commercial to promote opera. Novelist Joseph Heller discusses his new book "Good As Gold" about marriage and divorce and that it praises family life.

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    • February 13, 1980
      February 13, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 85
      2/13/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sister Carolyn Farrell, the mayor of Dubuque Iowa, discusses what its like to be the the first Catholic Nun to be elected mayor. Professor Arthur Kraus discusses the health value of eating such foods as garlic every day. He says that daily eating of organic garlic is vital to the prevention and cure of such diseases as hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol. Gay-Darlene Bidart, also known as The Love Witch, has an advice column in the Spanish-Language "Cosmopolitan" magazine.

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    • February 14, 1980
      February 14, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 86
      2/14/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actress Natalie Wood discusses her new movie "The Last Married Couple in America." Clip is shown. She says its a spoof on marriage in Southern California as far as commitment is concerned. She discusses her remarriage to Robert Wagner and says they always felt something for one another even while divorced. Magicians Ran-Del and Dawn-Del perform psychic phenomena. They demonstrate examples of telekinesis but fail, then demonstrate telepathy and partially succeed. They perform their metamorphosis act in which they change places with each other while one is in a locked chest.

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    • February 18, 1980
      February 18, 1980
      Season 7 - Episode 87
      2/18/80
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Terry Wiles a thalidomide child and his adoptive parents.

    • December 17, 1979
      December 17, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 58
      12/17/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Jacques Pepin, former chef to Charles Degaulle and author of two cookbooks, and Alfredo Viazzi, owner of a Greenwich Village Restaurant and cookbook author, both prepare a meal and describe its preparation. Pepin prepares shrimp bread and Crepes Suzette. Viazzi Prepares Osso Buco.

    • December 13, 1979
      December 13, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 57
      12/13/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Former Pueblo Commander and Captive of North Korea Lloyd Bucher and kidnapping victim William Niehous discuss their experiences. Niehous was held for 3.5 years by Venezuelan terrorists who seized him as a representative of multinational capitalism. Bucher was held for 11 months. Bucher says his captors mistreated him, Niehous says he was not brutalized. Bucher says he survived the ordeal because he was responsible for his crew. Niehous had access to radio and newspapers and knew of ongoing negotiations to secure his release. Iran hostage Barry Rosen's wife Barbara and Iran hostage Kate Koob's Sister Micki comment on the media coverage of the Iran Crisis. They say they have faith in the governments handling of the situation. They say they have nothing against the Iranian people and do not believe the Shah should have been returned to Iran.

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    • October 16, 1979
      October 16, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 26
      10/16/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Photojournalist David Kennerly discusses working for the wire services, in the Ford White House, and in the field covering the Vietnam War and The Jonestown mass suicide (his coverage of which appeared on the cover of "Time" magazine.) He discusses the great accessibility of the Johnson and Ford White Houses and the inaccessibility of Nixon's which led to his transferral to covering Vietnam in 1971. He also speaks about his new book, "Shooter." South Bronx priest and former city councilman who once ran for mayor Louis Gigante discusses the specter of ten days in prison for refusing to answer grand jury questions about his conversations with reputed Mafioso James Napoli. Though found guilty of criminal contempt of court, Father Gigante insists his conversations are privileged under The First Amendment's Assertion of the Separation of Church and State. He says he's willing to be jailed for exercising his priestly rights.

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    • October 17, 1979
      October 17, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 27
      10/17/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are adopted son of former Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa, Charles 'Chuckie' O'Brien discusses his ten months in New England Federal Penitentiary which ended this morning. He says the place was no country club but rather a working prison. Addressing accusations that he drove the car Hoffa rode in the day of his disappearance, O'Brien vehemently denies having done so. He says Hoffa was a beautiful person inside and out and if he'd known Hoffa was going to be abducted he would have stopped it. As far as Hoffa's alleged ties to organized crime, O'Brien says its just a label pinned on him years ago. Former "National Lampoon" Editor Tony Hendra who published "Not The New York Times" during the last NYC newspaper strike, discusses his new book "The 1980s: A Look Back At The Decade To Come." He predicts that nuclear reactors will be turned into low-income housing projects, the Great Wall of China will visit Central Park, Disney will take over the United Kingdom and it will be discovered that the 1970s caused cancer.

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    • October 18, 1979
      October 18, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 28
      10/18/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor-producer John Houseman and Stanley Marcus author and chairman of the board of the luxury retailer Neiman Marcus.

    • October 22, 1979
      October 22, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 29
      10/22/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are television producers and documentary-makers Alan and Susan Raymond discuss their work and the nature of TV documentaries. They say documentaries are hard to finance and get on the air because while the audience is there the old guard at the networks is not willing to take chances. Their Police Tapes was however bought by ABC and aired as segment of "Close-Up," first time a network purchased an independently-produced documentary. They discuss the 1973 "An American Family" about The Loud Family, "Bad Boys" which looks at juvenile offenders (Clip of which is shown), "The Third Coast" which looks at growth of Houston and "Scoop" which they are currently working on: a look at news gathering and news reporting in this country. NBC's Richard Salant is quoted as saying One Word Is Worth A Thousand Pictures. First Women's Bodybuilding Champion Lisa Lyon discusses that as well as being first women ever to guest pose in the Mr. Olympia Competition. She Poses Then discusses Her Purpose in Bodybuilding: Redefining A Level of Animal Perfection. She describes her training regimen and the way increased strength has bolstered her confidence.

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    • October 23, 1979
      October 23, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 30
      10/23/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Former Hew Secretary Joseph A. Califano Jr. discusses the book he's writing. He says he will become The Department of Health and of Human Services and there will be a separate education department. He says he considered running for the U.S. Senate in New York but decided to go back to practicing law. He says he resigned because President Carter claimed he wasn't getting along with his staff and because the Carter Staff Were Gearing Up For The 1980 Campaign. He discusses F.I.C.A., Social Security, Student Loans, Welfare, Government Spending and The Contretemps about His Cook. He believes we must bring the government and big business back together to increase the economy and wipe out inflation. He says he stopped smoking and feels 100% better. He declares others must have also because cigarette sales are down. He says Carter and Kennedy are in a tough fight. He says students at his lectures often ask about discrimination. He thinks it is unfortunately rooted in a person's heart.

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    • October 24, 1979
      October 24, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 31
      10/24/79
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      Host Tom Snyder interviews Willie Stargell, first baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates and World Series MVP, and Dave Parker, Pirates outfielder and highest-paid player in the National League. They describe the World Series-winning Pirates as 25 different players with different personalities who play hard together whether they win or lose. Stargell, wearing a black cowboy hat, also discusses his charitable work and free agency. He awards Tom the Stargell Star. Commercial break. Michael Eddowes, British lawyer and author of "The Oswald File," talks about his theory that a KGB agent impersonator killed President John F. Kennedy. He contends that FBI director Hoover had Oswald watched in Russia and believes the real Oswald was kidnapped or disappeared. He claims that Hoover learned that Oswald took his birth certificate to Russia. Eddowes believes the real Oswald is in the USSR and even Oswald's mother isn't sure that he is buried in Texas. Eddowes believes the FBI and CIA knew about the KGB agent and were afraid to tell the public. He feels presidents should be protected more carefully, citing threats against LBJ, Nixon, Ford and Kennedy. Richard Mitchell, professor and author of "Less Than Words Can Say," asserts that status dictates the tone of memos between people. He suggests that since we are all human we should use ordinary words. He claims writing or speaking in the passive voice uses more words and that using the passive voice instead of the active voice is immoral.

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    • October 25, 1979
      October 25, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 32
      10/25/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are actor-singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson discusses "Freedom Road," Made For TV movie in which he co-stars with Muhammed Ali. He says at times Ali's acting moved everyone on the set despite the fact that the director thought he was wrong for the role. He says he isn't comfortable being a celebrity as Ali and Burt Reynolds Are, He doesn't know how to deal with it. He reveals he used to have alcohol problems but stopped drinking when it began to affect his work. He discusses the movie he's now making, "Heaven's Gate" and praises its director, Michael Cimino. Auschwitz Survivor Fania Fenelon who played in orchestra there, and Dean of Simon Wiesenthal Center For Holocaust Studies At Yeshiva University in L.A. Rabbi Marvin Hier discuss the CBS TV movie of Fania's life, "Playing For Time" and the selection of Vanessa Redgrave to play her. Hier says he brought Fenelon To America in hopes of convincing CBS to remove PLO-supporter Redgrave from the movie but CBS refused to do so. of

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    • October 29, 1979
      October 29, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 33
      10/29/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Walter Williams, the creator, writer and voice of Mr. Bill, discusses Mr. Bill Show and his other contributions as a writer on "Saturday Night Live". Mr. Bill was first aired on SNL as a home movie he had submitted, then for three seasons he was signed on to contribute just these segments to the show. Last season he was hired by Lorne Michaels as a full-time writer responsible for submitting sketches and non-Mr. Bill films in addition to the "Mr. Bill Show." Williams also discusses the merchandizing of the popular Mr. Bill. Film clip shown of Mr. Bill episode. Mimi Sheraton, restaurant critic for The New York Times and author of six books including her most recent "From My Mothers Kitchen," appears on the show incognito. She speaks about her enjoyment of all types of cuisine, trends that are developing in food and restaurants, and the difference between French Restaurants in L.A. and N.Y. She Also speaks of the rights of the customer in terms of food quality and table location. Catholic Priest Louis Gigante, who was just released from jail on Thursday following a nine-day prison sentence for contempt of court, discusses his stay in jail saying he feels he came out a better human being and hopefully a better Priest. He also discusses the housing programs underway in the South Bronx and the state of the neighborhood in which his church is located.

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    • October 15, 1979
      October 15, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 25
      10/15/79
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      Sixth Anniversary Show. Host Tom Snyder's guests are comedian, actor, singer, writer, musician Robert Klein and composer, conductor, musician Marvin Hamlisch discuss their New York roots. Klein is currently starring on Broadway in Hamlisch's "They're Playing Our Song." Klein says he started out being funny for family and friends then appearing in Greenwich Village coffeehouses and the Second City group. Hamlisch Studied At Juilliard to be a concert pianist but later found himself a rehearsal pianist for Broadway shows which led to his adapting Scott Joplin rags for "The Sting" and Writing The Score For "A Chorus Line." He currently mixes concert performances and composing. He and Klein appeared at The White House two weeks ago. Klein says the press expected him to make provocative political statements but he says he feels the government is paralyzed enough as it is. He feels Johnson and Nixon administrations did more damage than we realize in that their excesses led to a shift of power to the Congress.

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    • October 11, 1979
      October 11, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 24
      10/11/79
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      Host Tom Snyder on The Streets of Philadelphia Snyder interviews Ray Danielowitz, musical director of Polish-American string band The Mummers. They march to a number. In the studio Teen Music Idols Fabian Forte and Bobby Rydell discuss their childhoods in Philadelphia and their careers. Forte currently acts in movies and on TV and is getting involved in directing and producing. Rydell Still sings in Clubs Across The Country. Owners of Century-Old Nightclub Palumbos, Kippy and Frank Palumbo, discuss the club's longevity and success, entertainers who've played there over the years and various functions and fundraisers they have held e.g. weddings, bar mitzvahs etc. Singer Billy Ruth, Sinatra Lookalike and Soundalike, says Sinatra has seen him perform and views his act as a tribute. He sings "I've Got You Under My Skin."

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    • September 27, 1979
      September 27, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 16
      9/27/79
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      Guest Host Edwin Newman interviews guests Ron Hendren of "Today," Jeff Greenfield of "Sunday Morning" and Marvin Kitman of "Newsday" discuss the new TV Season. They comment on problems with TV and TV Ratings. Kitman believes James Earl Jones is wasted as Paris. Hendren thinks "Sheriff Lobo" is this year's worst show. Greenfield opts for "California Fever" while Kitman picks "Struck By Lightning" and "Detective School." Kitman praises Chuck Barris.

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    • October 1, 1979
      October 1, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 17
      10/1/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are cartoon animator Chuck Jones discusses his new movie "The Bugs Bunny- Roadrunner Movie" and the popularity of his work. He says he never thinks about competition from Disney. He says Warner Brothers management inspired him to do his new movie. He comments on George Lucas, the voice and speech pattern of his characters and voice artist Mel Blanc who was inspired by the voice of producer Leon Schlesinger. 3 clips from the movie are shown. Bill Brown, author of "The Bureau" explains how he met Head Of Domestic Intelligence for FBI William Sullivan. He comments on search for a Soviet mole in NYC FBI Office. He says Sullivan told him J. Edgar Hoover hated Martin Luther King and tried to link him to Communism. He deliberately timed the announcement of James Earl Ray's arrest to take attention away from Robert Kennedy's funeral. Brown says Sullivan denies Hoover had homosexual relationship with Clyde Tolson.

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    • October 2, 1979
      October 2, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 18
      10/2/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Lorimar Productions president Lee Rich and founder and executive director of National Federation For Decency Rev. Donald Wildmon debate the issues of TV advertising boycotts and sex and violence on TV. Wildmon believes TV shows should be uplifting, inspiring and educational. To achieve this goal he and his 18000 members boycotted the Sears and Roebuck chain until it discontinued sponsorship of "Charlie's Angels" and "Three's Company." Rich calls this blackmail although he concedes the NFDS members have a right to shop or not to shop wherever they choose. He believes The NFDS investigation into sexual and violent programming on network TV has been made for publicity purposes since they have not also investigated independent local stations, magazines (Such As Playboy), books, radio and films.

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    • October 3, 1979
      October 3, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 19
      10/3/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Fay Kanin, newly elected president of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, discusses the script of "Friendly Fire." She says she's proud of American TV because it is free to say what it chooses. She comments on censorship and says TV should not be a controlled medium. Clip and slides show Pope John Paul II meeting with schoolchildren in Madison Square Garden where they present gifts to him. Robert Ringer, author of "Restoring The American Dream," defends right of individual to determine what is right for him as opposed to the government's deciding. He says this can be achieved if 95% of people do not vote. He feels limited government protects people from the aggressions of big business. He notes that historically inflation has led to governmental collapse followed by totalitarian dictatorship.

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    • October 4, 1979
      October 4, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 20
      10/4/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Casablanca Records Co-Owners Peter Guber and Neil Bogart discuss their artists Donna Summer, The Village People, and Kiss, As Well As Movies Theyve Made Such As "The Deep," "Midnight Express" and "Thank God It's Friday." They comment on their friendship. Earlier Guber was head of production at Columbia Pictures. They discuss Donna Summer's stardom and the present and future of the record and film industries. Arts critic Bob Weiner says he set a record for attending discos - 94 in 20 days. He comments on book he'll write, discos and how he became a critic.

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    • October 8, 1979
      October 8, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 21
      10/8/79
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      Host Tom Snyder talks about his past shows at KYW-TV and runs a clip from a news show he anchored. Heavyweight Champion Joe Frazier discusses the musical revues in which he tours. His Son Marvis comments on his father. He says boxers are cold-blooded. The 79 Golden Gloves Winner Marvin will represent the U.S. in The Upcoming Olympics. Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Ron Jaworski and Philadelphia 76ers forward Julius Erving talk about what its like playing ball in Philadelphia vis-vis L.A. or NY. They comment on their lifestyles and on their fans. Jaworski says he lives in southern New Jersey and commutes. Erving says he lives in an apartment in Philadelphia while his family lives on Long Island.

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    • October 9, 1979
      October 9, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 22
      10/9/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo discusses his Two Terms As Mayor. Rizzo comments on his not being able to run again because the law forbids it. Of the rumor he might run for the Senate, He says if his wife agrees to it hell let Snyder be the first to know. He comments on his relations with the press and his past career in the police department. Regarding charges of police brutality he notes that the Justice Department once investigated these charges but the case was thrown out because only white cops were implicated. Rizzo says he wishes he would still be mayor when the current case of police brutality is presented to the Grand Jury.

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    • October 10, 1979
      October 10, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 23
      10/10/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is Texas Lawyer and former Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski discusses his law career. He was also Special Counsel To The House of Representatives on Koreagate. He comments on his experience in criminal and civil law and tells why he has defended people he knew to be guilty. He comments on Watergate Figures James St. Clair, Alexander Haig, John Mitchell and Egil Krogh. He comments on the Koreagate investigation which found over 100 members of Congress involved in an influence peddling scheme with South Korean businessman Tong Sun Park. Jaworski recently published a book: "Confessions and Avoidance."

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    • October 30, 1979
      October 30, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 34
      10/30/79
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      Host Tom Snyder comments That on Nov. 15th he will quit smoking for the day. He demonstrates a pair of robot toys he bought over the weekend. Bob Avakian, the chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, discusses Why He believes this country is in need of a mass uprising in the form of a violent revolution. He says it is the task of the party to politically educate the people as to what the real cause of violence, alcoholism, drug use, pornography, etc. is the capitalistic system. He says that Capitalism is a system that has long since outlived its ability to contribute to the development of society but can now only drag it down. Avakian claims that people will only fight, die and kill to see this system overthrown, not to see it continued. His plan and the plan of the party is to smash and dismantle the oppressive apparatus of the Capitalist Class System by bringing a large part of the now standing U.S. Army over to their revolutionary point of view. Avakian claims once the revolution is completed the party will assume leadership but allow no bureaucrats to organize and exploit the masses.
      John Epling, in the guise of Dr. Vladimir Ivanovich Koslov The Russian lecturer, discards that disguise to extol the virtues of the freedom and liberty available in the U.S. and not available in the U.S.S.R.


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    • October 31, 1979
      October 31, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 35
      10/31/79
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      Host Tom Snyder intros clip from a KISS concert. Band members Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley appear on the show in full costume and makeup. They comment on their fans. They explain they designed their own costumes. Ace is a spaceman, Peter a cat (because he used to crash cars), and Paul A Boxer (because he wanted to be one.) They discuss their tours and concerts where their audiences range from teenagers to the middle-aged. Gene says when his hair caught on fire during one concert people thought it was part of the show. World's leading female escape artist Dorothy Dietrich lets Tom put thumb cuffs on her and cover her hands with a handkerchief. She escapes then performs the same act only with the addition of ropes around her hands. Again she escapes. She saws a staff member in half then is strapped into a straitjacket from which she escapes.

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    • November 28, 1979
      November 28, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 48
      11/28/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Journalist-Playwright-former Congressman and former ambassador to Italy Clare Boothe Luce discusses her recent vacation in France on world's biggest barge. The widow of Time and Life co-founder Henry Luce says the French media were critical of President Carter's reaction to the hostage crisis until they realized the government's stand on diplomatic immunity was its only choice. She says Khomeini Is emulating Mohammed in behaving as warrior and statesman. She believes the hostages will stand trial, be convicted and be released. She argues that if the UN cannot defend an embassy's diplomatic immunity, then it has no reason to exist. She notes she was recently honored by West Point's Graduation Association. Artistic Director of Actors Studio, Lee Strasberg who made his movie debut in 1974 in "Godfather II" discusses his interest in archaeology and ancient history as a youth. He never planned a career in theatre but having joined the students of art and drama he found he had talent for acting. Then he joined the American Laboratory Theatre where he learned Stanislavsky's method. He comments on acting and stars.

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    • November 29, 1979
      November 29, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 49
      11/29/79
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      Host Tom Snyder intros clip of 1957 Sunbeam Bread commercial featuring "Tomorrow" creative editor Jay Ottley. Burt Wolf, cooking equipment expert, discusses the variety and abundance of American foods. Clip is shown from his show "What's Cooking" in which he prepares apple pandowdy. He demonstrates different cooking utensils. Dave Yurkew of North American Tattoo Club discusses his interest in tattoos, how he tattooed himself at 16 with needle and thread and how to choose a tattoo parlor. He cites Barry Goldwater, Brian Keith and Cher as celebrities who sport tattoos. Tattoos are modeled by Neil Grant, Donna Fiorito, Charlie Bockwith and Marge Yurkew. Wendy Leigh, author of "What Makes A Man G.I.B. (Good in Bed)," says what's good for a woman is a relationship question whereas for a man its a goal-oriented question. What makes a man G.I.B. is his approach to the woman and how he discovers her sex fantasies. She says celebrities responded gladly to her questions.

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    • December 3, 1979
      December 3, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 50
      12/3/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Mia Farrow and Anthony Perkins discuss their current roles in Broadway play "Romantic Comedy." Farrow says making people laugh in her Broadway debut is a new experience for her. She talks about her appearances in "Rosemary's Baby" and "The Great Gatsby." Perkins talks about his role in "Psycho." He talks about growing up in a showbiz family as child of Osgood Perkins. Mia talks about growing up as the daughter of actress Maureen O'Sullivan. Mia has six kids with a Korean orphan on the way, Anthony has 2 children. They agree doing plays leaves more time for family than doing movies. Congressman George Hansen discusses his recent mercy mission to Iran. He paid for the trip himself and met with the hostages. He says The Carter Administration was displeased but he assured them he went as a private citizen with no thought of negotiating. He believes the U.S. should swap Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller for the hostages. He voices his opposition to the Communist takeover of Nicaragua and the Panama Canal Treaty.

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    • December 4, 1979
      December 4, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 51
      12/4/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sociologist Margaret Barbeau and Mormon feminist Sonia Johnson.

    • December 6, 1979
      December 6, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 53
      12/6/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Professor Peter Schickele is better known as "PDQ Bach," the fictional 21st son of the great composer Bach. Schickele recalls how as a child he was turned on by the music of Spike Jones. He demonstrates several weird instruments. Schickele himself has recorded 3 albums and composed music for a science fiction film. The Philadelphia Opera Company has commissioned him to find a PDQ full length opera. Greg and Tim Hildebrant, Identical twin brothers who are best selling fantasy artists and creators of the "Star Wars Poster," discuss their new Fantasy Novel "Urshurak" which is about an island of Amazon Women, Elfs, Magicians Etc. Greg and Tim discuss growing up in Michigan and Science Fiction films. A videotape of a slide presentation from Urshurak is shown. Willa Shalit is the daughter of Gene Shalit and owner of the shop "Face It." She demonstrates her technique by making a life mask of Tom. She discusses how she became interested in the mask business and her clientele.

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    • December 10, 1979
      December 10, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 54
      12/10/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are
      Graduate of Yale Drama School and author-director of Broadway hit "The 1940s Radio Hour" Walton Jones says he fell in love with radio as a child and was disappointed at shows transferral to TV because imagination no longer played a part. His current show was born out of a one-man show where he did a radio program with sound effects in a studio setup. Jones says he chose the music, dancing and comedy to exemplify the 1940s. Cast Members John Sloman, Arny Freeman and Dee Dee Bridgewater do short version of Dickens's "A Christmas Carol."
      Kenny Delmar who starred on "Allen's Alley" as Sen. Claghorn discusses working with Orson Welles on "The Shadow" and "War of The Worlds," announcing for Lucky Strike Cigarettes so he could hear his name on the air, his work and friendship with Fred Allen and the supposed feud between Allen and Jack Benny. Author of "The Dime Store Parade" Robert Heide discusses the music and artifacts he supplied for today's show.

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    • December 11, 1979
      December 11, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 55
      12/11/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Terrorist negotiation expert Herb Cohen discusses his career. He feels President Carter is doing a good job with the Iran crisis but that time, diplomatic pressure and finally face-to-face negotiations will be needed to free the hostages. He predicts their trials will occur in the meantime. He comments on the art of negotiation. Top motivational speaker Zig Ziglar says he persuades people to maximize their abilities. He advises not worrying about what one can't do and concentrating on what one can. People must eliminate the negative thinking to which they've been conditioned. Ziglar formerly sold pots and pans and now owns his own company.

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    • December 12, 1979
      December 12, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 56
      12/12/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Sugar Ray Leonard is a boxing gold medal winner from The 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal and a newly crowned World Boxing Council Welterweight Division Champion. After winning the gold medal in Montreal he thought he would not fight again but he found that he had to for financial reasons. He claims he is using boxing to benefit himself and his family instead of letting boxing use him. Leonard's Manager Angelo Dundee Was Also Muhammad Ali's manager. He does not want to remain in boxing for as long as Ali did. He says he will quit when his body tells him it is time. Film clip is shown from his bout with Wilfred Benitez Whom He Defeated For The Title. He discusses the paternity suit in which he was involved after The Olympics, The comfort boxing has afforded him and his family, and his eventual plans after he finishes his boxing career. Barry Tarshis is the author of "The Average American Book" which is a compilation of statistics and surveys turned into a lively best seller. He discusses surveys taken on sex, violence, morality, and even a survey responding to surveys. Tarshis says that many of the surveys collected contradicted accepted beliefs about a drop in America's morality. Bob Greene is a syndicated columnist for the Chicago Tribune who posed for a poster and has become somewhat of a sex symbol. This all came about while he was doing a story on sex symbols and posters. He was asked by The President of a poster company whether he would like to pose. After a few days he accepted and two days after the release of the poster he had received 4 thousand letters half joking and half from women interested in him. He did it for satire and for fun and he claims he is not embarrassed at having done it. The money from the posters is going to a legal defense fund for professional journalists.

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    • November 22, 1979
      November 22, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 45
      11/22/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guest is entertainer Liberace (via remote) at his new home in Las Vegas. He describes growing up in Milwaukee and getting involved with the piano. He says his father played with Mitch Miller. At 19 he was teamed with Vivian Blaine. He says He plays both classical and popular music. Al Jolson, Judy Garland, Hildegarde and Frank Sinatra were big influences on him. In concerts he admits he hits some wrong notes but he says he knows how to cover it up. He admires Horowitz who never hits wrong notes. He says he doesn't practice every day. He collects antiques, pianos both playable and miniature, cars and candelabras. He performs some pieces.

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    • November 21, 1979
      November 21, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 44
      11/21/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are football player Thomas Henderson (via KXAS-TV remote) in Dallas discusses his firing by Dallas Cowboys Coach Tom Landry. He says the rules and Landry's personality were reasons for him to retire. Landry said he wouldn't start and if he signed with another team Dallas would demand a #1 draft pick. Presidential daughter Margaret Truman Daniel is now consumer affairs expert for toy manufacturers of America. She says electronic toys are big this year, board games have been big for years and dolls are now designed for boys as well as girls. She urges parents to be prudent when shopping and demonstrates some toys to illustrate their safety. 10 Year-Old Angelo Repole and 23 Year-Old Dana Terman discuss her defeating him for the '79 U.S. Monopoly Championship. Tom and Angelo show chocolate provided by Bloomingdales in shape of tee shirts, cars, roller skates, ties etc.

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    • November 1, 1979
      November 1, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 36
      11/1/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are singer-dancer-actress Ann Miller and actor Mickey Rooney discuss their Broadway musical "Sugar Babies." She says she's worked all her life. She wants to work, have fun and make money. At 56 she still does warmups. Rooney Is 59, has had 8 wives and 10 children. He has trouble with clothing and goes home after the show so he can get up early and play golf. When the show came to New York a few of Ann's numbers were cut and she wanted to quit. They also discuss the cast, star egos and Merv Griffin.

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    • November 6, 1979
      November 6, 1979
      Season 7 - Episode 37
      11/6/79
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      Host Tom Snyder's guests are Richard Hagen, professor and author of "The Biosexual Factor" discusses his belief that men pursue sex more than women. They enjoy looking at nude women, pictures and films because they are biologically different. He believes attitudes are transmitted genetically and that men have stronger drives and are more organismic. Founder of F.A.T.E. Velvet Rhodes explains it is The Amazon Society of Female supremacy which can be traced back to Ancient Greece. She believes women should be worshipped and adored. She founded the society in '76 based on her own personality. Dan Field dubs himself The Merry Matchmaker of Manhattan due to his dating service for single people. After completing a questionnaire and an interview men are given a list of women to call or vice versa. He says he has facilitated thousands of marriages not one of which has ended in divorce.

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