Marlo Thomas hosts this 1974 Emmy Award-winning celebration of childhood, which features cartoons, songs and sketches. Included: puppets voiced by Mel Brooks and Thomas present life from a newborn's point of view; Michael Jackson and Roberta Flack sing "When We Grow Up"; football giant Rosey Grier performs "It's All Right to Cry"; and Alan Alda helps Thomas tell the tale of an unconventional princess named Atalanta. Also: Harry Belafonte; Dionne Warwick; Kris Kristofferson; Tommy Smothers.
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The former "Saturday Night Live" star hosts a late-night talker featuring guests and music performances. Meyers succeeded Jimmy Fallon in NBC's post-"Tonight Show" slot in February 2014. Meyers takes his departure from "SNL" to his new post at "Late Night," as Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show".
Downtown Julie Brown gives an exclusive look of what the fans are like at this weeklong event, a few 80s icons dish on some of their Rock N Roll firsts, followed by hanging out with Bret Michaels for Nothin' But A Good Time.