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File:John Lennon last television interview Tomorrow show 1975.JPG


Publicity photo of John Lennon and host Tom Snyder from the television program Tomorrow. Done in 1975, this was the last television interview Lennon gave before his life ended in 1980.

Date Press release is dated 27 June 1975; program was aired 10 July 1975.
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Author NBC Television
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