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Jane Shanahan
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How about "Kukla, Fran and Ollie"? I remember seeing the short "The Red Balloon" on that show.

Hubby used to talk about that Claude Kirschner circus show, but that was a bit before my time.

Loved Capt. Jack and Officer Joe Bolton, the Little Rascals, Popeye, Three Stooges, Abbott and Costello (Susquehanna Hat Company) we miss those great afternoon shows. Now it's just trash, Nick is the worst. Dumbed down kid TV. Sunday mornings 11:30 on channel 11 was the "Abbott and Costello" movies and M-F 4:30-6 on channel 7 was always some cool movie, then "Eyewitness News with Roger Grimsby and Bill Beutel at 6. Creature Features and Chiller Theater (the six fingered hand coming out of the grave).

NoMoreBob
Reply with quote  #17 
The "new" Three Stooges: Johnston - Ducette - Tuffy

Nyuk - Nyuk - Nyuk


Web Guy (Tony C '69)
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If you are an Abbott and Costello fan (or even if you're not) and haven't heard the "Who's on First" routine, turn up your volume and click on the link:

Who's on First
Web Guy (Tony C '69)
Reply with quote  #19 
Quote:
Originally Posted by NoMoreBob
The "new" Three Stooges: Johnston - Ducette - Tuffy

Nyuk - Nyuk - Nyuk




Here we go with another Bozo. I may not always agree with the 3 gentlemen to whom you refer, but they have the integrity to identify themselves.

Hey, speaking of Bozo...
Steve Sucic'69
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instead of reading Whose on first you can listen to it by going to this web site.

http://www.abbottandcostello.net/

click on MEDIA then AUDIO CLIPS
Tony '71
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Here are some Sandy Becker outakes that were never show for obvious reasons. The quality of the kinescopes is bad but they are funny. Seems Sandy cursed like a sailor.

Twinkie Commercial

Silly Putty Commercial
Bob Johnston
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I also remember "The Bowery Boys" ( also known as East Side Comedy), with Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall. As an interesting side note, James Hall from Woodside, who attended MC at least during my Sophmore year, was said to be the great Satchmo's nephew. Any of you from St. Teresa's able to verify that? I believe he was from the Celts.
My personal favorite Abbott and Costello routine was "seven times thirteen equals twenty-eight". Costello would prove this by using multiplication, addition and division.
Finally, who can identify the surviving member of the "Little Rascals" and the character portrayed?
Bob Johnston
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Hey Tony! I know why this latest slanderer is going nameless. They know the old saying:"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but guns and knives will kill you"! Of course, in today's new age of political correctness, it's been changed to:"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but I'll call my Lawyer and sue you"!
At least I'd hope I could be Curly, I keep my hair short and display a prominent buffet muscle!
Web Guy (Tony C '69)
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Originally Posted by Bob Johnston

Finally, who can identify the surviving member of the "Little Rascals" and the character portrayed?


Not sure but is it Jackie Cooper?
Terrence P. Tuffy(LSA'69)
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I'll say, Darla. She was HOT! (Ouch! my wife just hit me))
Russell Doucette '73
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Quote:
Originally Posted by NoMoreBob
The "new" Three Stooges: Johnston - Ducette - Tuffy

Nyuk - Nyuk - Nyuk


Bob, at least spell my name right!
Ken '68
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Besides Jackie Cooper, there's Tommy Bond, Robert Blake & a few others.
Russell Doucette '73
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ken '68
Besides Jackie Cooper, there's Tommy Bond, Robert Blake & a few others.


How many of these people are the Original/Classic Little Rascals?
Janet Rubinetti Parslow
Reply with quote  #29 
Hi Bob, Just wanted to let you know that many years ago when I lived in Flushing, I dated a boy who lived in Bayside. He lived across the street from Huntz Hall who in the 70's was so old and feeble you wouldn't recognize him. He would walk up and down the sidewalks. I remember telling my dad and we would wait for him to walk. One day my dad yelled to him, "Hey, Satch." He looked up, waved and gave us a huge smile. Soon after that I had heard that he passed away. I loved watching the Bowery Boys, and it became a weekend TV ritual with me and my dad. Do you know if they're still on???
Jane Shanahan
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Jackie Cooper and Tommy Bond were part of the original Rascals. Did you also know that Tommy Bond was also Butch the Bully?

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