January 29, 1969-June 13, 1972. This broadcast featured "A Salute to the Fifties." In 1969 Glen Campbell returned to TV as host of "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour"; his regulars included Pat Paulsen, Jack Burns, John Hartford, Jerry Reed and Larry McNeeley.
"The Tomorrow Show" with Tom Snyder is NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE.
October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982.
This program is a repeat of the live broadcast aired the night of the 26th Emmy Awards, May 28, 1974.
Tom Snyder introduces the show telling his audience that the show is a repeat, and that when it was aired live he did not know that there would be surprises unknown to him (Flip Wilson presents the Emmy Award to Snyder who won earlier that night for Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement). Wilson states that Tom Snyder is a "People Star."
This broadcast featured many anecdotal remembrances related to live television and personal experiences in the past by its four guests, Steve Allen, John Rich, Ralph Edwards and Buffalo Bob Smith. Each gives their opinion if the Golden Age of Television was superior to television of today.
Also discussed are the Emmy Awards presented earlier that evening, which ran long resulting in the Tomorrow Show airing live beginning at 1:30am. All on the panel including Tom Snyder considered the Emmy Awards broadcast boring, each stating their reasons.
One of the outstanding examples of why The Tomorrow Show hosted by Tom Snyder was so popular to late night audiences of the time.
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.
NOTE: Originally broadcast Live on May 28, 1974. After its re-run the tape was not used again and is considered lost.