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1940s Radio Broadcast - Bob Hope and Judy Garland This was broadcast on the, 'Command Performance,' show, Armed Forces Radio Network February 20, 1945 featuring Bob Hope and Judy Garland. There is a skit a the beginning and Judy sings a short parody, 'Over The Barrel', of, 'Over The Rainbow' and then she and Hope finish with with a portion of, I'm Gonna Go For You'. Perhaps I should say try to finish. Also, being a live program, mistakes are made but the performers continue with an entertaining show. You can also visit her music page at: http://www.thejudyroom.com/songs.html
Tags: Bob  Hope  Judy  Garland  Command  Performance  1945  Over  The  Rainbow  Over  The  Barrel  and  more 
Added: 7th November 2009
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Posted By: jedwgrn
THE STREAK from Hoolihan and Big Chuck 1974 Here is a great Hoolihan & Big Chuck skit from 1974, "The Streak" by Ray Stevens!!! Shown by WJW-TV, Ch. 8, Cleveland.
Tags: the  streak  ray  glasser  WJW  Cleveland 
Added: 20th March 2010
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Posted By: videoholic
Here Come The Judge by the Magistrates 1968 A favorite novelty song based on the Laugh-In show skit with Sammy Davis Jr. Here Comes the Judge!
Tags: Here  Come  The  Judge  by  the  Magistrates  1968  novelty  song  Sammy  Davis  Jr. 
Added: 13th October 2010
Views: 2245
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Stayin Alive - Jo Stafford Jo Elizabeth Stafford was an American singer of traditional pop music and jazz standards whose career ran from the late 1930s to the early 1960s. Stafford was greatly admired for the purity of her voice and was considered one of the most versatile vocalists of the era. Throughout the 1950s, Stafford and Paul Weston would entertain guests at parties by putting on a skit in which they assumed the identities Jonathan and Darlene Edwards, a bad lounge act. Stafford, as Darlene, would sing off-key in a high pitched voice; Weston, as Jonathan, played an untuned piano off key and with bizarre rhythms.
Tags: Jo  Elizabeth  Stafford,  Paul  Weston,  parody,  comedy,  bad  lounge  act,  off  key   
Added: 3rd January 2011
Views: 2159
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Funny Red Skelton and John Wayne  Skit Tags: Red    Skelton    And    John    Wayne    cowboys    eye    patch 
Added: 15th March 2012
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Posted By: Old Fart
Howard Hessman Comedy Skit on Billy Jack Before there was Johnny Fever!
Tags: Howard  Hessman  Comedy  Skit  on  Billy  Jack  Johnny  Fever  70s  1970s  movies   
Added: 3rd September 2012
Views: 2204
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Posted By: Freckles
Red Skelton - Parade Watcher One of comedian Red Skelton's most memorable skits was to mimic an old man watching a parade. This clip shows two versions of this routine: The first is from his CBS variety show sometime in the 1950s; the other is from late in Red's life when he was performing on tour.
Tags: Red  Skelton  parade  skit 
Added: 24th January 2013
Views: 2455
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Posted By: Lava1964
East-West Collegiate Bowl Skit Here's an amusing comedy routine from the Comedy Central team of Key and Peele that pokes fun at the "flamboyant" players' names in the fictitious East-West Collegiate Bowl.
Tags: Key  and  Peele  East-West  Collegiate  Bowl 
Added: 16th February 2013
Views: 1203
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Posted By: Lava1964
Sad Decline of Benny Hill In 1990 The Benny Hill Show was airing in reruns in 97 countries around the world--but not in Great Britain where it had originated. The scourge of political correctness had forced Thames Television to end its association with Hill in 1989 after 20 successful years. Thames defended the move by saying Hill's periodic specials were becoming too costly, viewership was down, and the 65-year-old Hill was looking tired. However, by the late 1980s it was becoming unfashionable for Hill's sexually charged farcical comedy skits to be shown on British TV. (One anti-Hill crusader wildly blamed The Benny Hill Show for all the sexual assaults in the UK!) Hill did not need the money, but he did miss being on TV. He had open offers to appear in Las Vegas and name his price, but Hill did not want to make the journey overseas. Hill was a true loner who never married and was not known to have had a long-term relationship with anyone. The few friends he had said his dismissal by Thames was akin to handing Hill a death sentence. With assets worth more than 7.5 million British pounds, Hill was a bit of a miser. He never owned a car, he did his own shopping, and he lived in a very modest flat. He was also a slob. His flat was usually filled with dirty dishes, papers strewn everywhere, and dirty clothes on the floor. A friend once asked him why he threw his clothes on the floor. "Because they won't stick to the ceiling!" was his pithy answer. In February 1992, the 68-year-old Hill suffered mild heart attack. He was ordered to go on a diet. Two months later he died of another heart attack while sitting in a favorite chair in front of his television. His body was not discovered for three days. Hill's will had not been updated since 1961. The will's beneficiaries (his parents and his sister) had already died. The comedian's vast fortune was eventually split among nieces and nephews whom Hill had barely known. Among those who considered Benny Hill a comic genius were people as diverse as Charlie Chaplin, Michael Jackson and Walter Cronkite!
Tags: Benny  Hill  death  decline  comedy  UK 
Added: 29th October 2014
Views: 3124
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bobby Fischer and Bob Hope Shortly after Bobby Fischer's famous victory over Boris Spassky to win the world chess championship in 1972, the 29-year-old Fischer--who was widely regarded as a Cold War hero in the western world--appeared on a Bob Hope special in this terrific skit. (Listen to the long ovation he gets when he first appears!) Fischer showed unexpected but wonderful humor, comedic timing, and an endearing personality. Sadly, those personal traits wouldn't last long in Fischer's real life.
Tags: Bobby  Fischer  Bob  Hope  chess  comedy  skit 
Added: 16th May 2017
Views: 984
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Posted By: Lava1964

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