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Dr Jekyll and Ms Hyde Part 2 part 2 Carol Burnett Show sketch
Tags: carol  burnett  harvey  korman  vicki  lawrence  lyle  waggoner 
Added: 29th November 2007
Views: 3161
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Posted By: Sophia
Dr Jekyll and Ms Hyde Part 1 Part 1 of another great Carol Burnett Show sketch
Tags: carol  burnett  harvey  korman  vicki  lawrence  lyle  waggoner 
Added: 29th November 2007
Views: 3457
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Posted By: Sophia
Carol Burnette and Charo I just couldn't resist this clip, I love Carol's role as Charo's mother..only she could get away with something like this
Tags: the  carol  burnett  show  charo  tim  conway  lyle  waggoner 
Added: 19th December 2007
Views: 5512
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Posted By: Naomi
Miller Lite commercial  Sparky Lyle Boom Boom Geffrion and one of my favorites Boog Powell 1986
Tags: The  start  of  those  great  commercials 
Added: 27th April 2009
Views: 1608
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Posted By: Marty6697
Lyle Waggoner and Peter Deyell test for Batman TV series This is the screen test which ABC executives choose who they wanted to star as Batman and Robin, two were made this one with Lyle Waggoner & Peter Deyell and the other with Adam West & Burt Ward. The Waggoner and Deyell couple seemed like favourites but after this screentest producers deceided on West and Ward.
Tags: Lyle  Waggoner  Batman  Screen  Test 
Added: 15th May 2009
Views: 3599
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Posted By: Carl1957
Adam West and Burt Ward Screen Test for the Batman TV series This is the screen test which ABC executives choose who they wanted to star as Batman and Robin, two were made this one with Adam West and Burt Ward and the other with Lyle Waggoner & Peter Deyell. The Waggoner and Deyell couple seemed like favourites but after this screentest producers deceided on West and Ward.
Tags: Burt  Ward  Adam  West  Batman 
Added: 15th May 2009
Views: 1682
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Posted By: Carl1957
Checking In - Sitcom Flop 1981 The Jeffersons was a hugely successful spinoff from All in the Family, running for 10 seasons from 1975 to 1985. It also inspired a not-so-successful spinoff: Checking In. On The Jeffersons, Marla Gibbs played Florence Johnston, the sassy, wisecracking maid who regularly exchanged insults with George Jefferson. Her character was so well liked by viewers that CBS figured it would be a smart move to give Gibbs her own series. Accordingly, in episode #154 and #155 of The Jeffersons, a hotel manager was so impressed by Florence that he offered her the job as supervisor of maids at his St. Frederick Hotel. Florence accepted and Checking In was born. It premiered on Thursday, April 9, 1981. Larry Linville (Major Frank Burns from MASH fame) played Lyle Block, the hotel's weasly manager and, naturally, Florence's nemesis. After four weeks, though, Checking In was floundering in the ratings and CBS pulled the plug after the April 30 episode. Smartly, the network had Gibbs return to the Jeffersons' household as their maid. In her return episode, #161, Florence arrives at the Jeffersons' door explaining that the hotel burned down! (Her clothing and hair had traces of soot and fire damage to add credibility to the plot twist!) She had to compete with new maid Carmen to get her old job back. After missing just five shows, Gibbs' Florence character remained on The Jeffersons until the series ended in 1985. Marla Gibbs was nominated for an Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy in for five stright years (1981 through 1985) for her role as Florence Johnston. Gibbs' career accomplishments are even more impressive when one considers she was married at age 13 and had three children by age 20! She still managed to graduate from Wendell Phillips High School in Chicago. A performer in amateur theatricals, Gibbs was working as a customer service agent for United Airlines when she got her role on The Jeffersons. Cautiously, she waited until The Jeffersons was a bonafide hit show before quitting her job at United!
Tags: Marla  Gibbs  checking  In  Jeffersons  sitcom 
Added: 28th August 2011
Views: 1529
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Posted By: Lava1964
Boxer Ron Lyle 1941-2011 Former heavyweight contender Ron Lyle died on November 26, 2011 as a result of complications from stomach surgery. He was 70. Lyle spent more than seven years in a Colorado prison for his part in a 1961 gang murder. He took up boxing while incarcerated. Lyle, paroled in 1969, did not have his first pro fight until 1971 when he was 30. He compiled an excellent 43-7-1 professional record, but his two most famous fights were losses. Lyle was stopped by Muhammad Ali in a May 16, 1975 world title fight in Las Vegas. Lyle was leading on the judges' scorecards when the fight was stopped, somewhat controversially by the standards of the day, in the 11th round. On January 24, 1976, Lyle engaged in a memorable crossroads fight versus George Foreman, also in Las Vegas. It was a wild, nationally televised brawl that featured both men in trouble several times. Each man was knocked down twice. Foreman eventually prevailed by a fifth-round knockout. Boxing historian Bert Sugar claimed it was "the most two-sided fight" he had hever seen.
Tags: Ron  Lyle  boxing 
Added: 28th November 2011
Views: 523
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Posted By: Lava1964
Foreman-Lyle Fight 1976 Many boxing fans consider the 1976 heavyweight fight between George Foreman and Ron Lyle as the most exciting boxing match ever shown on television. I've been following boxing for more than 40 years and it's hard to think of a wilder bout! This was a crossroads fight for both men. Foreman hadn't fought since losing the world heavyweight title to Muhammad Ali in Zaire in October 1974. Lyle had lost to Ali in May 1975. A loss would be a major setback to either man's quest to get another crack at Ali. The fight lasted five rounds, but this video condenses the topsy-turvy events to about six minutes. Howard Cosell and Ken Norton describe the brawl.
Tags: boxing  George  Foreman  Ron  Lyle 
Added: 20th May 2015
Views: 615
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Posted By: Lava1964

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