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Broadcasters #23


Everything that was good and everything that was ridiculous about Tom Snyder (who passed away earlier this week at the age of 71), is on display in this 1981 interview with Singer-Songwriter Charles Manson; recorded for NBC's Tomorrow show at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville.

4 comments:

Joash said...

hey, are you a movie star or something???

Tom Sutpen said...

No. I can honestly say I'm not.

Though Stephen Cooke did appear in a movie once.

swac said...

And for a "podunk attacked by cannibals" I like to think I was pretty convincing!

I should also point out that there is now a band named after me called Stephen Cooke and the Respected Halifax Journalists, Wolf (the "Wolf" was an afterthought, a poke at all those fashionable "Wolf" bands out there at the moment). I have nothing to do with this band, but since most of their songs are about B-list celebrities, they decided to name it after me. Such is fame.

Tom Sutpen said...

That's nothing! William Faulkner named the protagonist of one of his novels (Absalom, Absalom") after Yours Truly . . .

. . . I think.