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McHale’s Navy – season 3

McHale's Navy Season 3
McHale’s Navy season 3 episode list Editorial review of McHale’s Navy season 3 courtesy of Amazon.com In McHale’s Navy Season 3, Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale (Ernest Borgnine), Ensign Parker (Tim Conway) and the rest of the misfit crew of PT-73 are back in action on the Taratupa Island...
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McHale’s Navy – Season One

McHale's Navy - Season One
Editorial review of McHale’s Navy – Season One Something of a cross between MASH (it’s set in wartime) and Sgt. Bilko (the emphasis in on ensemble acting, with a ringleader and his band of merry pranksters), McHale’s Navy isn’t on a level with those two immortal sit-coms. But this amiable show, debuting on DVD...
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Bozo the Clown photo gallery

Bob Bell as Bozo, cover of the Chicago Tribune
Bozo the Clown photo gallery – the character of Bozo was created by Alan Livingston and Pinto Colvig at Capitol Records, and made a worldwide phenomenon by Larry Harmon Many of the images are courtesy of the International Clown Hall of Fame
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Once Upon a Time

Buster Keaton in the Twilight Zone episode, Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time – Twilight Zone episode starring Buster Keaton In a very funny episode of The Twilight Zone, Buster Keaton stars as Woodrow Mulligan, a grumpy janitor living in the year 1890 – as Rod Serling says in the introduction to the episode: Mr. Mulligan, a rather...
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Sid Caesar biography

Sid Caesar quotes
Biography of Sid Caesar (September 8, 1922 – ) Sid Caesar was born on September 8, 1922, in Yonkers, New York, U.S.A. to a family of Jewish immigrants.  Growing up, young Sid spent time at his father’s lunch counter, where immigrant workers came to eat.  Observing them, Sid...
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Imogene Coca biography

Imogene Coca
Imogene Coca (November 18, 1908 – June 2, 2001) was an American comic actress. She was born Imogene Fernandez de Coca in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the daughter of José Fernandez de Coca, a conductor, and his wife Sadie Brady, a dancer and magician’s assistant. She had Spanish and Irish ancestry....
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Harvey Korman biography

Photograph of a young Harvey Korman
Harvey Korman (February 15, 1927 – May 29, 2008) Harvey Korman, famous TV clown, was born Harvey Herschel Kormen in Chicago, Illinois. He gained much of his initial experience at Chicago’s well-known Goodman Theatre, working as a door-to-door aluminum siding salesman while trying to break into the ‘big time.’...
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