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Johnny spent most of his life trying to please his mom, who was startlingly cold and seemingly unimpressed by her son's accomplishments.
Hall Show) but also from inside the NBC family and that should have been given a little more time, if only to acknowledge what a tough racket TV is, even for legends.
If there's one small criticism to be made about King of Late Night, it's that it deals with the uncomfortableness of Johnny's last few years on the air too quickly. For the first time in decades Johnny was under attack not only from outside (The Arsenio Adidas Neo Advantage Full Black
The first time Johnny was offered The Tonight Show he turned it down, because he was worried he was not the intellectual equal of the man he would be replacing, Jack Paar. But longtime producer Fred de Cordova later described Carson as "the best read person I've ever known."
"He gave me something to aim for, something to emulate. Well, that's not going to happen, but you know, you gotta have a target, you gotta have something to shoot for. He put me together as a person, honestly.
it actually was Johnny who had the bad drinking problem, not Ed. Johnny was a cheap drunk and would turn nasty.
Carson's many triumphs and hidden struggles are examined in the new documentary Johnny Carson: King of Late Night. It debuts Monday, May 14 on most PBS affiliates as part of the American Masters series.
After Johnny retired, the closest he came to working again was occasionally faxing jokes to Letterman.
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Some interesting tidbits from King of Late Night, which is narrated by Kevin Spacey:
And Johnny Carson is a legend, there's no disputing that.
Despite all the jokes Johnny made about second banana Ed McMahon, Adidas Los Angeles Laces
"I said, 'Johnny, I'm mad at you, I think a lot of us are mad at you who have to do this for a living now, because you lulled us into doing it by making it look so easy,' " says Conan O'Brien, recalling the day Carson died in 2005.
Carson, of course, was host of NBC's The Tonight Show from 1962 until 1992. In King of Late Night, both the public and the private Carson is remembered by the likes of David Letterman (who doesn't do many interviews, but made himself available for Adidas Los Angeles Full Black this), O'Brien, Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon, Jerry Seinfeld, Don Rickles, Drew Carey, Ellen DeGeneres, Dick Cavett, Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Arsenio Hall, Doc Severinsen, Angie Dickenson, Bob Newhart, Garry Shandling, Ray Romano, Steve Martin, Carl Reiner and Carson's second wife Joanne, among many others.
King of Late Night.
Carson remembered in 'Late Night'
A staggering 45 million Americans watched The Tonight Show episode in 1969 on which novelty singer Tiny Tim got married.
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