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October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982.
This broadcast originally scheduled to be broadcast live from Rose Bowl live from Pasadena was changed to a live presentation in a studio due to rain. Tom Snyder explains at the top of the show.
A lively discussion with first guest, Mickey Rooney who talk to Tom about a myriad of topics including, His love and long working career relationship with Judy Garland, early work in Hollywood and on television, and losing his own identity when he was at a crossroads in his declining career in the 1950's, his thoughts on each or his former wives (7 marriages), his children, his thoughts on his 5' 3" height. Mickey also states his praise for Barbara Streisand and Woody Allen and Jack Nicholson. He reminisces about the studio system working for and with Louis B. Mayer, Harry Cohen, his filing for bankruptcy, bad management, current work doing a lot of theater plays and his frame of mind today.
Andy Devine joins the discussion. He was recently in intensive care for five weeks and received over 14,000 fan letters. This would be his last broadcast interview as he would pass away only six weeks later. Devine discusses the four films he made with Rooney...meeting him when he was called Mickey McGuire, appearing in over 400 motion pictures, his love for the character "Jingles" which he played on the TV series The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickock (1951-1958), working with John Ford and Harry Carey in 1919. Andy Devine also discusses his "Help the Children" campaign initiative striving to get more medical alert bracelets for all who can benefit by wearing one.
1977 Rose Bowl queen, Diane Ramaker talks to Tom Snyder about she attained the title, appearances she will doing during the year, and her philosophy of life.
Tom Snyder closes the show by rolling three minutes of credits, listing everyone who has contributed to the Tomorrow Show over the year, both broadcast from New York and California.
Credits roll to the music "As Time Goes Bye."
An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.