Truman Capote Talks About In Cold Blood on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Part 1 of 3 

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Truman Capote Talks About In Cold Blood on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Part 1 of 3
Airdate: 11/27/1972 #johnnycarson #trumancapote #incoldblood

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Gen Z
Gen Z پیش 17 روز
Capote is very outgoing and like able, you should watch the movie capote.
stayjit1 پیش 20 روز
Yes, there is still 'intelligent discourse' out there. Joe Rogan
Michael Nations
Michael Nations پیش 21 روز
Perhaps if Mr. Truman Capote would have been one of those inside the Clutter family home on November 15, 1959 when the two killers destroyed an innocent family, his opinion would have been different than what is presented during this interview. Had he actually been there in person, he too would have been found the next morning bound, gagged and shot in the head at point blank range with a 12 gauge shotgun.
63frogsinahat پیش 12 روز
Numa Mendez
Numa Mendez پیش 22 روز
Brad Taylor
Brad Taylor پیش ماه
I saw this show back in the day.
Cheryl Farmer
Cheryl Farmer پیش ماه
I wonder if Truman ever had a thought about the people those two boyfriends of his killed?
Luciana OTTELE
Luciana OTTELE پیش ماه
C'est bandant une victime à la merci de son bourreau. Faut croire que oui ☣️⚽ Quelqu'un peut régler cette putain d'horloge ?!!!!! Il va faire tout froid.
Thomas Hogan
Thomas Hogan پیش 2 ماه
He was one of the finest writers America ever produced. I just paid several hundred dollars for an autographed first edition of his, and was glad to get it. Read his" Christmas Memory" and tell me you didn't cry.
ZZZodiac پیش 2 ماه
Family Guy brought me here
Edward Deitch
Edward Deitch پیش 3 ماه
In Cold Blood is one of the most fascinating and well written works ever written,
Jack's Awful Art
Jack's Awful Art پیش 4 ماه
His physicality and voice feel very similar to David Sedaris
Sebastian Smith
Sebastian Smith پیش 4 ماه
He’s hammered!
Frederick A.
Frederick A. پیش 4 ماه
Imagine Capote's voice on Chuck Norris. I said imagine it!
Carlos Luis Sánchez
Carlos Luis Sánchez پیش 4 ماه
I understand how he could interview serial killers, he was so sweet no one could ever damage him U_U....
jessie james
jessie james پیش 4 ماه
i read he wrote his scripts of his books in pencil on pieces of paper. wonder where all those scripts are....i wonder if he would have used the computer or PC for his work ifhe lived during this time ?
adh0522 پیش 5 ماه
seems a bit off script for a light hearted variety show to have anti-capital punishment conversation. couldn't even acknowledge the innocent family that was brutally murdered in their own home?
huascar66 پیش 4 ماه
Johnny Carson wasn't always "light-hearted". It depended on the guest.
teresa linton
teresa linton پیش 5 ماه
he sounds like a female
JeffRebornNow پیش 5 ماه
Where the Hell is the 3rd part?????
JeffRebornNow پیش 5 ماه
Can anyone tell me if they've ever seen the documentary Truman is talking about, the one he did focusing on San Quentin? I remember in an interview he said it was cancelled on American TV and shown on Canadian television.
Hari Krishnan
Hari Krishnan پیش 6 ماه
He was only 47 when this was aired...he looks atleast 65
tnt پیش 2 ماه
He was an alcoholic and it was showing.
Mark Adderley
Mark Adderley پیش 6 ماه
4:06 ... good point. Bring your children to a public execution. Teach them a lesson. To kill is bad. Let us kill the killers. ... and, oops, we made a mistake: the dead person was innocent. Oops. ... what to do now. Lazarus ? Hardly.
Pat Lynch
Pat Lynch پیش 6 ماه
His ankles are really swollen.
Tony پیش 6 ماه
I just started reading it
63frogsinahat پیش 6 ماه
Truman's sympathy for the killers is misplaced sympathy and disgusting. That family was terrorized and then murdered by those two men with no thought but that they didn't want to be caught. Those murderers deserved everything that happened to them during that execution. They probably should have been tied up for hours , have their throats cut and then shotgunned to death. They left a wake of fear and pain to the community and the Cutters family that they will never forget.
Bill H
Bill H پیش 6 ماه
Man, Phillip Seymour Hoffman had this guy pegged. Obviously this is later in his life. His mannerisms and the voice. Such a talent. Well, both men were...
nope derp
nope derp پیش 7 ماه
I am watching Capote now. had COVID and him rubbing his eyes is making me cringe.
Matthew Cabeza
Matthew Cabeza پیش 7 ماه
Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s Capote is better than Truman Capote’s Capote.
Ambrose Joseph
Ambrose Joseph پیش 7 ماه
Truman was not a well woman.
Дима پیش 7 ماه
Ziro The Hutt
Stephen پیش 3 ماه
Дима LOL yes
ana suri
ana suri پیش 7 ماه
its kind of sad to see how drunk he was here :(((
Tuatha DeDanann
Tuatha DeDanann پیش 7 ماه
in 3 days I would be 3
Sarah M
Sarah M پیش 7 ماه
How times have changed....
M&M پیش 7 ماه
I prefer Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s voice as Capote than Capote’s actual real voice... It’s difficult to listen to- yet I could listen to Philip Seymour Hoffman as Capote for hours on end...
lessevdoolbretsim پیش 8 ماه
Try looking at the bodies of those men, women, and children with their faces and heads blown off.
D Long
D Long پیش 8 ماه
Philip Seymour Hoffman did an outstanding job playing him in Capote.
Jesús Q
Jesús Q پیش 11 روز
Capote was Capote. Hoffman was an actor.
Jim McCracken
Jim McCracken پیش 24 روز
@MrSinister718, Right. I'm sure you could have done better.
claudio Corleone
claudio Corleone پیش ماه
Hoffman one of the most underrated actors of all time for an Oscar winner if that is even possible. As for mr capote. Brilliant! Ps one note about mr Hoffman when asked about his personal life by a reporter his answer was the least you knew about his personal life the more you could enjoy his work. How true.
Screenwriter Abdullah H. Erakat
Agreed. Just saw it last night for the first time. Definitely Deserved the Gold.
MrSinister718 پیش 3 ماه
not quite right on the accent. too nasally, as opposed to this southern sly style the real one has. Bit off.
Mark Wheeler
Mark Wheeler پیش 8 ماه
The last public execution was in 1936.
P47 Thunderbolt
P47 Thunderbolt پیش 8 ماه
Didn't he die in Carson's house ? Or house of Carson's ex wife ?
T.B.G. پیش 6 ماه
The ex wife Joanna.
karlakor پیش 8 ماه
I am wondering how Jimmy Fallon would have handled an interview with Truman Capote. He probably would have giggled his way through it like a silly school boy.
Zip Zipperhead
Zip Zipperhead پیش 10 روز
@Pat Stokes Hole. Not whole. It’s a late night entertainment show. Not supposed to be another left winged Nazi propaganda show. We have enough of that slaving garbage. Politics are for assmunch morons.
Pat Stokes
Pat Stokes پیش 10 روز
Truman Capote wouldn't have interviewed with Fallon because Fallon is just a man that acts like a kid, who doesn't know serious from a whole in the ground. Truman would have though Fallon a fool along with ever other late night hosts.
B H پیش 20 روز
I think TC would never had taken up Fallon on his dumb offer...
Zip Zipperhead
Zip Zipperhead پیش 27 روز
Nothing like being nasty for no reason. Good job. People are miserable.
Jade Martin
Jade Martin پیش 5 ماه
He would've arranged a pie throwing contest with him.
Aslan B.
Aslan B. پیش 8 ماه
Sick basterd. Otherwise great show!
sirus Hay
sirus Hay پیش 5 ماه
Who's a sick bastard?
Paul Conway
Paul Conway پیش 8 ماه
What a self absorbed prick! He doesn’t believe in capital punishment because he got to know Hickock & Smith, calling them, “those two boys.” Seriously? I think they should’ve killed those monsters just the way they killed the Clutter family! And for him to say they were on the gallows for 20 minutes?? So what! Could you imagine how long the Clutter family endured the terror that took their lives? Please. As a writer myself I’m now so glad I’ve never read any of his work.
Cryptonymicus پیش 8 ماه
Public executions would appeal to all the same kinds of people who go to Trump rallies and they would all scream and cheer and applaud.
P47 Thunderbolt
P47 Thunderbolt پیش 8 ماه
Letting Pedophile's go free to molest more little children would be the Obama / democrat supporters way .
Mary C
Mary C پیش 8 ماه
Deterrent??? Those two will NEVER murder again!!! How is that for a deterrent!
Mary C
Mary C پیش 8 ماه
@Cryptonymicus you are a hypocrite. "Thou shalt not allow a murderer to live." "Thou shalt not murder" the scripture makes CLEAR differentiation between murder and execution. You are ignorant as,to real Christian beliefs. .
Cryptonymicus پیش 8 ماه
And if you believe in killing as a response that's up to you and it tells us a lot about you, but just don't claim to be a Christian because that would be a perversion of the Christian faith.
Tigermantcb 1977
Tigermantcb 1977 پیش 8 ماه
I was 7 when this aired
ddivincenzo1 پیش 5 ماه
So was I. Born in '65.
Dane Ta Tua Tonka
Dane Ta Tua Tonka پیش 8 ماه
Capote was just trying to save his lover he invented the Cock Sandwich 🤙🏻🥳
DesertScorpionKSA پیش 8 ماه
Truman Capote never recovered from the success of "In Cold Blood."
Dennis Lee
Dennis Lee پیش 4 روز
He said that book almost killed him....just the stress of writing it and dealing at the same time with the pressure of the publisher's wanting it done.
zeranzeran پیش 6 ماه
"The fallout of Capote's book was huge. He was forever shunned form high society for revealing their dirty laundry. But for Ann it was just too much." In 1975 Truman Capote published excerpts of his unfinished novel Answered Prayers in Esquire, which scandalized high society.[10] The novel's characters were based on Capote's real-life acquaintances who were prominent socialites of the time.[6][2] The novel revealed scandals and issues within the lives of William S. Paley, Babe Paley, Happy Rockefeller, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Woodward. In the novel, Capote based a character named Ann Cutler, a bigamist and gold digger who shoots her husband, off of Woodward's killing of her husband, implying that it was murder
ana suri
ana suri پیش 7 ماه
@I Am The One Who Knocks i don't know how many people know this but he drank a loooot, the fame really got to him and it eventually took him down
Bradley Rieger
Bradley Rieger پیش 8 ماه
...back when smoking was good for you.
Bill L
Bill L پیش 8 ماه
Johnny's ex-wife Joanna was such a good friend of Trumans that they are buried next to each other in Westwood.
Dino Ridgeway
Dino Ridgeway پیش 3 ماه
@JK Farrow You read right. According to Wikipedia, anyway: Capote died in Bel Air, Los Angeles, on August 25, 1984, a month before his 60th birthday.[57] According to the coroner's report, the cause of death was "liver disease complicated by phlebitis and multiple drug intoxication".[58] He died at the home of his old friend Joanne Carson, ex-wife of late-night TV host Johnny Carson, on whose program Capote had been a frequent guest. Dunphy died in 1992, and in 1994, both his and Capote's ashes were reportedly scattered at Crooked Pond, between Bridgehampton, New York, and Sag Harbor, New York on Long Island, close to Sagaponack, New York, where the two had maintained a property with individual houses for many years. A stone marker indicates the spot where their mingled ashes were thrown into the pond.[62] In 2016, some of Capote's ashes previously owned by Joanne Carson were auctioned by Julien's Auctions.[63] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truman_Capote#Death
JK Farrow
JK Farrow پیش 7 ماه
That differs from what I have read (?) I read he was cremated and his ashes were eventually scattered with his long time partner Jack Dunphy.
bluz company
bluz company پیش 8 ماه
Killing is killing ,period.
Gabriel Kasor
Gabriel Kasor پیش 8 ماه
I want all the episodes! from 1960-1990 . How can I purchase
Suzan Fouad
Suzan Fouad پیش 7 ماه
Gabriel Kasor I purchased three Videos On line.
Patricia Arold
Patricia Arold پیش 8 ماه
It is really wonderful to see The Tonight Show from New York. We are able to see the difference the show is between New York and California. Truman Capote is really good being interviewed by Carson. Very interesting to watch. 🙂
Trump GOTyou
Trump GOTyou پیش 8 ماه
Capote was Johnnys wife’s really good friend
ArchieJ پیش 7 ماه
richard harris it seems like he knew everyone 😂
MyQueenFreddieMercury پیش 8 ماه
Johnny Carson team. Please please increase your volume significantly on your videos. Most of us are up there in age and need full volume to listen without having to use cc’s. Much appreciated! 😉🙏
daniel whittaker
daniel whittaker پیش 2 ماه
yeah man im 17 and i can hardly hear it either i agree with you 100% :D and im a huge Truman Capote fan already ive read answered prayers like 5 times at school
Ken Hurley
Ken Hurley پیش 8 ماه
My sister-in-law's (now deceased) father helped solve the case (Harold Nye).
Gen Z
Gen Z پیش 17 روز
clucka پیش 2 ماه
Vork Ian
Vork Ian پیش 8 ماه
i wish i was around during this era people and life really was genuine and humor filled
Bill L
Bill L پیش 8 ماه
The 60s were a nightmare. Honestly we all felt it was the end of the world. By the way, I was not even a teenager yet then.
Martin Jensen
Martin Jensen پیش 8 ماه
Johnny smoking cancer sticks, talk about the death penalty.
Richard Gray
Richard Gray پیش 7 ماه
By all accounts, he was a four-pack-a-day man.
T Dunph
T Dunph پیش 8 ماه
Jesus, I watch this and I watch today's imbecile talk show hosts and it makes me cringe. Mr Carson was in a class all to himself. A legend that will never die.
Noe Colunga
Noe Colunga پیش 7 ماه
Conan is the best rn
T Dunph
T Dunph پیش 8 ماه
@Gaston Delonne I guess you got me on that one...
The Pop Bubble
The Pop Bubble پیش 8 ماه
Kind of surreal to see The King of Late Night with such a basic desk and furniture. Anyone could have made that in a half hour.
Harley Grit
Harley Grit پیش 8 ماه
if it took 20 minutes to die the knot wasn't tied right...the fall is supposed to break the neck!!
Sean Mcmeown
Sean Mcmeown پیش 8 ماه
Their victims suffered more
Bill L
Bill L پیش 8 ماه
Too bad they only suffered for 20 minutes. Their victims had it worse.
Caswell39A پیش 8 ماه
The initial fall /"drop" breaks the neck however, the heart continues to beat as the body dangles.
ImTheDaveman پیش 8 ماه
In the old west, public hangings had scores of spectators - some even bringing fried chicken and other victuals, making a picnic of it. There are enough historic pictures to back that up! I've seen a few of those old photographs. Horse thieves and murderers alike - they'd hang em and it didnt matter what color, politics or religion they were of or weren't of.
ImTheDaveman پیش 8 ماه
@K C I did. And up till now, I was the only living person on the entire planet who used the word. Then you come along and ruin my record by using it. Now YOU share that distinction. :-)
56squadron پیش 8 ماه
It's true and I agree... if it is a punishment we are going to meter out, it should be done in the full light of day so the public knows full well what it endorses, and full well what they face for similar misbehavior. It's no different than eating... even the death involved in killing a chicken for dinner is beyond us now. We're all happy to eat the chicken... we just don't want any part of that first part.
Jeff Wulf
Jeff Wulf پیش 8 ماه
Love this "era" as we don't see it often.
Leandar پیش 8 ماه
Wow, I was 41 days old when this aired!
stirange پیش 28 روز
Look at these old losers hand-jobbing each other’s old wrinkled balls. Hahahhahahahhahahhshhshah
Robert Scott
Robert Scott پیش 8 ماه
@56squadron Ha ha ha. You're not far behind me pal. But I appreciate the sarcasm. 😄👍
56squadron پیش 8 ماه
@Robert Scott - God are you old... I was only 9.
Kane پیش 8 ماه
I was in my fathers balls 😂
Robert Scott
Robert Scott پیش 8 ماه
It was a week after my 12th birthday.
nb2008nc پیش 8 ماه
Ahhh, the New York episodes. I wish we could see more of these.
wmbrown6 پیش 7 ماه
@nb2008nc - Actually this was from the last week of a 3-week stint in this period. The 1973 set was also 3 weeks (May 7-25, I.I.N.M.). As you said, the only times Carson returned to NYC after relocating to California in May 1972.
elizabeth gardner
elizabeth gardner پیش 7 ماه
Exactly. Great observation.
nb2008nc پیش 8 ماه
@Greg LaPrade They started there in '62 and went to LA in '71 (I think). They went back to NYC for 1 week in '72 & '73. That was the last time they were on the east coast.
Greg LaPrade
Greg LaPrade پیش 8 ماه
How long were they in New York?
marvin alan cornell
marvin alan cornell پیش 8 ماه
I agree with Johnny do the exacution by hanging , electric chair or shoot them in the public, like they did back in the old days, just maybe morons would think about not doing the crimes.Hell they might think I DON'T WANT TO END UP LIKE THAT!!!!!That's my opinion.....
56squadron پیش 8 ماه
@Tony Wheeler - You're so stupid you think socialism works. I wouldn't insult the intelligence of anyone else if I were you. And the OP did not say doing this would STOP crime, but simply lessen it. Since you're a liberal it means you know nothing about history either, you just use words like "old days" (which to you is 1978) but the fact is the type of crimes that would call for a death penalty were FAR less common in the "old days" than now.
Snow Man
Snow Man پیش 8 ماه
It didnt stop people back then...but yea pedos and the like being publicly excuted couldnt hurt.
cottagechskitty پیش 8 ماه
Yeah deterrence doesn't work. If they thought like that, they wouldn't be criminals...
Kevin H.
Kevin H. پیش 8 ماه
I wish it were so but it wouldn't stop anything lol. (I'm fine with it but it wouldn't stop it)
Tony Wheeler
Tony Wheeler پیش 8 ماه
YEAH! Nobody used to do crimes in the old days when they had PUBLIC executions! MAGA up the butthole!
studogable پیش 8 ماه
This kind of intelligent discourse has been hounded out of the mainstream in favor of prattle. I guess that's what sells.
Zip Zipperhead
Zip Zipperhead پیش 10 روز
@Pat Stokes My Lord! Did you ever go to English class?
Pat Stokes
Pat Stokes پیش 10 روز
When your country is being destroyed those that are destroying it don't want the people to get alarmed so we have to laugh are way to our deaths. It just like humane killing, keep the animal calm, pet it, love and shot it in the head.
skyfiiire پیش 6 ماه
Richard Gray trolllllll
Richard Gray
Richard Gray پیش 7 ماه
@studogable Please. Both Capote and Carson were godless perverts.
studogable پیش 7 ماه
@Richard Gray get off crack. There is help available in your community.
Pat Brown
Pat Brown پیش 8 ماه
I LOVE TRUMAN CAPOTE! Thanks for uploading this, do you have the second part too?
jessie james
jessie james پیش 4 ماه
yes me too. i love listening to him tell stories about his life. saw one on dick cavett tellinghow this poitician sued him and didnt like him just because hie was gay.
Johnny Carson
Johnny Carson پیش 8 ماه
It's two more parts and we'll get them both up this week.
bass reeves
bass reeves پیش 8 ماه
the book was fascinating, but this psycho fell in love with one of the murderers.
TheNorgate پیش 8 ماه
@T Dunph Capote called them " remarkable boys." I wonder if he would still feel that way if it was his family members had there heads blown all over the walls of that house...you moron.
T Dunph
T Dunph پیش 8 ماه
@TheNorgate read the book and then come back and be a snowflake. No one is glorifying ANYTHING! Those boys deserved what they got. Sorry not sorry.
TheNorgate پیش 8 ماه
@T Dunph That murders are murders and shouldn't be glorified. Did that point really have to be spelled out to you?
T Dunph
T Dunph پیش 8 ماه
@Max Staxthank you for your rational insight. BTW, is there any evidence to support that Truman was a psycho?
Max Stax
Max Stax پیش 8 ماه
There is no evidence Truman "fell in love" With Perry. He did in fact befriend him so as to gain access to his thought processes to why he committed those horrendous murders. This is unprecedented really, and very valuable in many ways. He did it to get insights for his book he was writing. Unfortunately for Perry, Capote completely cut off his association with him once he got the info he needed.
Charles Thoreson
Charles Thoreson پیش 8 ماه
This is amazing! Thank you so much Carson Crew!
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