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The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder - John, Paul, Tom, and Ringo (2 DVDs)

 
The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder - John, Paul, Tom, and Ringo (2 DVDs)Quantity in Basket: none
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On April 25, 1975, John Lennon gave what was to be his last televised interview. As he spoke with Tom Snyder on The Tomorrow Show, no one suspected he was about to take an extended hiatus from public life. And no one could have predicted that Tom would rebroadcast the interview 5 years later - in memoriam, the day after Lennon's tragic death.

This interview with John Lennon that re-aired on December 9, 1980 is one of three conversations Tom had with former members of The Beatles. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were enjoying solo career at the times of their interviews, and their comments provide further insight into the effects of Beatlemania on their lives.

DVD One: John Lennon Tribute
Original Interview
Additional guests: Leon Wildes (Lennon immigration attorney), Lisa Robinson (journalist), and Jack Douglas (music producer)

DVD Two: Paul and Ringo
Paul McCartney Interview - Original Air Date 12/20/79
Features Wings music video for "Spin It On" plus guests appearnces from Wings members Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, and Laurence Juber

Ringo Starr Interview - Original Air Date 11/25/81
Features music video for "Wrack My Brain" plus guest appearances from Barbara Bach (Ringo's wife) and actress Angie Dickinson

Released April 2008; Run time 165 minutes