For one week in early 1972, national television talk show host Mike Douglas featured John Lennon and Yoko Ono as co-hosts. In addition to performing on the set and showing music videos of their own, Lennon and Ono were interviewed on part of each broadcast by Douglas. The highlights of this part include a short interview and duets between Chuck Berry and Lennon on “Memphis” and “Johnny B. Goode”; although Yoko insensitively puts in some of her avant-garde backing vocals at one point, Berry is gracious enough not to let on if he’s disturbed.
Full DVD can be bought here: tinyurl.com . Tom Snyder interviews a very weirded out Jack Douglas, producer of Double Fantasy, the day after John Lennon was killed. This is an excerpt of a Tom Synder Beatles DVD with Paul and Ringo also interviewed on different episodes. I’ll upload one segment of this interview with John Lennon as well, but it is available elsewhere on youtube. Video Rating: 5 / 5
www.VegasTalkRadio.com Charlie Bass from VegasTalkRadio.com interviews entertainer John Davidson, who has received acclaim for his work in theatre, television, film and night clubs. An accomplished singer and composer, he has entertained America for decades on Televison, Broadway, theatre and on the big screen. We all remember John as the longtime host of “Hollywood Squares” as well as a frequent host on the “Tonight Show”. You can listen to the entire interview at VegasTalkRadio.com Video Rating: 5 / 5
**NOTE: The video is fuzzy, but it is recorded off of a practically-seven year old tape. Forgive me.** Here is the beginning of a 1973 episode of the 000 Pyramid. A clip of this exact scene is already posted (“Accurate inaccuracy on the 000 Pyramid” by ItzDaGMan), but let’s show once again how contestant Ernie gets stumped by a seemingly simple category. No copyright infringement is intended. Video Rating: four / 5