The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: Featuring Steve Martin, Robin Williams & Eddie Murphy DVD Giveaway

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Cinema Sentries has teamed up with Time Life to award three lucky readers The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: Johnny and Friends Featuring Steve Martin, Robin Williams & Eddie Murphy three-DVD set.  For those wanting to learn more, the press release reads:

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: Johnny and Friends Featuring Steve Martin, Robin Williams & Eddie Murphy contains nine new-to retail shows from the '70s, '80s and '90s featuring three of the most loved guests from The Tonight Show -- Steve Martin, Robin Williams and Eddie Murphy.  Each DVD contains complete, unedited shows -- including vintage commercials -- highlighting some of the most cherished moments from 30 years of The Tonight Show.
 
DISC 1-STEVE MARTIN
 
Arguably the best thing that ever happened to young Steve Martin was being temporarily banished as a Tonight Show guest in 1972. Martin was an Emmy-winning writer (The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour) but hadn't worked up quite enough material for himself. Invited back later as a guest host, a more polished Martin clicked.
 
Original Air Dates: 
  • July 21, 1976: Steve Martin, Jimmy Stewart, Karen Black, and more
  • May 21, 1982: Steve Martin, Sylvester Stallone
  • December 19, 1991: Steve Martin, Cathy Ladman, Leon Redbone 
DISC 2-ROBIN WILLIAMS
 
Robin Williams took pleasure in stumping the host with his utter unpredictability and free-association
riffs. Williams' bits ranged across the social spectrum, bouncing off the latest fads and fashions along with ego-deflating commentary about the day's newsmakers. Johnny could not have been having a better time or been more in awe at the comedic juggernaut.
 
Original Air Dates:
  • April 3, 1984: Robin Williams, Phyllis Newman
  • January 10, 1991: Robin Williams, Steve Lawrence
  • September 19, 1991: Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters, Park Overall 
DISC 3-EDDIE MURPHY
 
Three appearances over a span of seven months in 1982 illustrate Eddie Murphy's vault to superstardom. His debut occurred less than halfway into his first full Saturday Night Live season; by his third appearance, he had become a breakout star, released his Grammy-nominated debut album, and was shooting his first movie.
 
Original Air Dates: 
  • January 1, 1982: Eddie Murphy, McLean Stevenson
  • February 10, 1982: Eddie Murphy, Wayne Rogers, Albert Hague
  • July 30, 1982: Eddie Murphy, Randall "Tex" Cobb, Angela Bofill

Read our review. The contest is only open to residents of the continental U.S. Upon notification, recipients will need to provide their own valid address (within 48 hours of email notification); no P.O. Boxes. Failure to do so will forfeit prize and another winner will be randomly selected. Cinema Sentries does not enter into any contract or guarantee with prize participants or any visitors to our site.

This Time Life Tonight Show set is available at outlets such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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