The Tomorrow Show (1973)

Season 7 Episode 96

March 4, 1980

Aired Weekdays 12:30 AM Mar 05, 1980 on NBC
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March 4, 1980
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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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