Includes footage from shows such as "The Milton Berle show", "The Ed Sullivan show", "The Jack Benny show", "The Red Skelton show", "I love Lucy", and "The Honeymooners." Six years in the making, the program features exclusive in-depth interviews with an unprecedented collection of TV's early stars. Sitcom focuses on the influential developers and actors in sitcoms that shaped the genre, including Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Jackie Gleason, Andy Griffith, Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Carl Reiner and Danny Thomas with clips from I love Lucy, The Honeymooners, The Andy Griffith Show, and the Dick Van Dyke Show, among others. DVD 9498 Early comic performances of the comedy team Abbott & Costello taken from the popular television show of the 1950's, the Colgate Comedy Hour. And the Cheers gang says goodbye to a beloved barstool regular - Coach. -- Episode 6: Belief: Ali G: Goes to Hollywood, sex roundtable, James Baker, Marlin Fitzwater; Borat: Guide to the South; Bruno: Alabama. Comedy Central's hit series, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart with episodes from the extremely popular Indecision 2004. ; A film about John Kerry; a film about Tungsten -- Convention day 4 (7/30/04): Stephen Colbert covers John Kerry's acceptance speech; Rob Corddry; Lewis Black catches new stories that fall through the cracks "Back in Black." Host: Jon Stewart; correspondents, Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms. Convention day 1 (8/31/04): Speeches by John Mc Cain and Rudy Giuliani; Stephen Colbert rubs elbows with Republicans, is branded a pervert; guest: Ted Koppel -- Convention day 2 (9/1/04): Arnold Schwarzenegger and Laura Bush rally; George W. Most challenging of all, Ellen also has to contend being around her annoying and overbearing parents Lois and Harold.
Commentary: Jay Leno, Phyllis Diller, Arsenio Hall, Ed Mc Mahon, Betty White, Hugh Downs, Marlo Thomas, Art Linkletter, Doc Severinsen, Barbara Eden, Joyce Randolph, Tim Conway, Sigourney Weaver, Rose Marie, Florence Henderson, Jerry Stiller. This volume which includes special guest stars Lon Chaney and Sid Fields, features Abbott & Costello's classic skit, "Who's On First? ": Margaret Cho's All-American Girl as the First (and Last? Originally aired on television during the 1984-1985 season. DVD 2875 Cast: Lenny Henry, Caroline Lee Johnson, Roger Griffiths with special guests. Special features: Unedited Spyz movie that Ali G pitched in Hollywood; unseen footage of Borat and the Hamptons Horse Show and the American Patriotism Event; audio commentary with Sacha Baron Cohen and series producer/writer Dan Mazer; glossary of Ali G jargon. In addition to news reports of the real world with a satirical edge, the Daily Show also has celebrities (and semi-celebrities) on for interviews with the host, Jon Stewart. Buch biopic "Words speak louder than actions;" guest: Dan Bartlett. Originally broadcast on television during the 1994-1995 season. DVD 3005 Cast: Ellen De Generes, Joely Fisher, David Anthony Higgins, Clea Lewis, Jeremy Piven.
Appeared in the films "The Wolfman" (1941), "The Ghost of Frankenstein" (1942), "Son of Dracula" (1943) and "Bells of St. He always complained she was to heavy and had the studio design a special harness to attach her to when he had to pick her up!! Lon and his drinking-buddy Broderick Crawford used to get shit-faced drunk in his dressing-room on Friday nights, then proceed to smash the place to pieces.
Despite her British upbringing, Evelyn was cast as the all-American heroine in her premiere Hollywood film, Abbott and Costello's Hold That Ghost (1941).
With her co-starring stint in The Wolf Man (1941), Evelyn began her tenure as Universal's resident horror heroine, possessed of a blood-curdling scream.
Looking at that pic you posted, it seems Miss Evelyn was......solid, so it might have been a chore lugging her around all day. Do you know if he was drinking at time of the early Universal movies? I guess Lon picked up Lugosi and held him in air at one point..he did it I don't know!!
Lots of people didn't get along with Junior it seems. I heard him and Lugosi didn't get along on the movie "The black Sleep".