Warm birthday wishes to Elaine May! Here’s classic skit, “$65 Funeral,” performed on The Tonight Show (Jack Paar) with Mike Nichols.
Remembering Anthony Quinn - here he is on classic TV show, “What’s My Line.”
Don Adams would have celebrated his birthday yesterday - remembering him with a clip from The Dean Martin Show.
In memory of Chuck Connors - an episode from season 2, THE RIFLEMAN, “The Day of the Hunter”
Anthony Perkins on classic TV show, “What’s My Line”
Warm birthday wishes to a genius - one of my all-time favorites, Carl Reiner on his 91st. Here he is in a skit from The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1969.
Wunnerful, wunnerful - remembering Lawrence Welk - a clip from the pilot of “The Lawrence Welk Show” from 1955. ”12th Street Rag.”
From 1953, classic clip, “The Clock.” Sid Caesar and his talented troupe.
Until ‘THE X FILES” it was the only prime-time network TV show beginning with an “X.” Premiering today on NBC in 1957, ‘Xavier Cugat Show.”
In memory of producer, Sheldon Leonard.
Ed Wynn introduces Buster Keaton on television in 1949.
Remembering Ted Mack, Host of TV’s ‘Original Amateur Hour’ from 1948 to 1952. Priceless clip!
BONANZA theme song by Lorne Greene - in remembrance.
Original opening, Green Acres.
“My Friend Flicka” premieres on CBS (later NBC) TV today in 1956.