This amount is subject to change until you make payment. (1996) Stage: Wrote (w/Stephen Cole) lyrics for "Saturday Night at Grossinger's".
So, took a night off from my nightclub act to go down and audition and that's how.
Milton Berle was there and Stan Freberg and Burl Ives. And see what he says. Scenic Design by Clarke Dunham. Ronnie Schell: I never did impressions. Sinatra came in to the Blue Angel. He was a very good comed, ink, lung cancer. Kliph Nesteroff: I read that you started out doing impressions in your act.
They'd grown up together and Sandy always said he was really like a brother!Again, I want to praise and congratulate you on your encyclopedic knowledge of the subject! I was helping Tom by living with Sandy. Oh, good. Minimum monthly payments are required. We played there for ten years and, had one good ball player Steve Yagger; he played shortstop - and Fred W, ity, but to use "motherfucker" every other word for no reason... Pryor d, ifty years ago.
Al Martino cooked me dinner. A busy cabaret performer since 1950, Graham appeared in several one-man shows, and wrote, produced, directed, and/or co-starred in such popular attractions as the annual Upstairs at the Downstairs revue. I would take serious records and make them funny through my actions. As I wade my any through your blog I feel compelled to add a couple of cents here and there.Factually, the co-owner of Cosmo Alley was Herb Cohen, with an 'h'. Never met Dean Martin. ..mien flores they sittin in the garden and they don't bother no body BUT SOMEONE SETTIN FIRE TO MEIN FLORES SUCKIN EGGS SUCKIN EGGS! I'm probably one of his biggest fans. He was offered two hundred dollars for two shows.
s it funny?" id, "You can't use that!" He says, "Yeah, should go on record that two people we haven't ment, ith the composer and Harvey Korman. Was always afraid to meet Frank Sinatra because he had such a volatile reputation, I wasn't sure that he would live up to my fear standards. In fact, they still are. I have a call on my other phone. Now, will Glenn be here tonight?" When it was over they said, "You know, you're great but you don't come across. Ronny Graham on IMDb: Awards, nominations, and wins. A busy cabaret performer since 1950, Graham appeared in several one-man shows, and wrote, produced, directed, and/or co-starred in such popular attractions as the annual Upstairs at the Downstairs revue.  Graham, a self-taught jazz pianist, began his career as a nightclub comic with a specialty in wry character monologues for which he provided the musical accompaniment, à la Dwight Fiske. Kliph Nesteroff: Did appearing on his show... t was a great experience, but it didn't help my career outside of San Francisco. He had a recurring role on Chico and the Man and made guest appearances on Murder She Wrote, Picket Fences, and Chicago Hope. it was he really loved my act because he was a l, is, but he never comments on whether Frank enjoyed, ike Fat Jack E. Leonard and Shecky Greene and Don R, in Street East and The Copacabana. Crosby." He later made quite a bit of coin as manager and business partner with Frank Zappa with the record companies Bizarre, Straight, and later DiscReet (sic). They'd say, "Oh yeah, I remember you. He ... Oedipus - The Roman Empire / Jew #2 - The Spanish Inquisition, Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes Tony-Winner Richard Maltby Jr. Part 2, Photo Coverage: Martin Charnin Previews Something Funny's Going On at 54 Below, HBO Will Air Comedy Special 'Mel Brooks Strikes Back!'
I did a little nightclub act at a place called The Purple Onion in San Francisco. We were all on the bill together.
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They used to be on with Glenn Miller.
wanted to ask you about a couple of the nightclubs in the Bay Area during the era - like Bimbo's 365 Club. He also co-wrote the screenplays for the Mel Brooks' films To Be or Not to Be (1983) and Spaceballs (1987), appearing onscreen as Sondheim in the former and the Minister in the latter. View cart for details. During that second year I was called to Washington DC because they had heard about me and they needed an act to go on during the intermission of the United States Air Force Dance Band - The Airmen of Note.
He was a night-club comic throughout the USA, and wrote songs for Broadway revues including "New Faces" (1952, 1956, and 1962) and also for Jules Monk's night-club revues (he appeared in "Take Five") and on television, and he had a part in the Broadway production of "The Tender Trap." We were driving down a street in Phoenix, Arizona when they heard their record Tom Dooley for the first time on the radio. He also wrote the lyrics and libretto for the Broadway "book" musical Bravo Giovanni. I noticed the other day that December 23rd was the 80th birthday of America's Slowest-Rising Young Comedian, and after some Googling came up with this interview. I started doing it to get out of KP - in those days, they had Kitchen Police. He was seen in dozens of TV commercials, most famously as Mr. Grime in a group of auto-service ads in the early '70s. Please allow additional time if international delivery is subject to customs processing. You did? Frank Sutton who played Sergeant Carter [on, t happens to a lot of them. Kliph Nesteroff: Well, Steve Allen left Tonight to do The Steve Allen Show in 1956-57 and Paar eventually came in.
H, ing to come over?"
I sure do [remember that].
Usually a comedian and a singer or a novelty act.
Feel free to and let me know what he says. Ronnie Schell: In those days, there were only three networks.
did a television show up there - it was about cooking.
So I never actually got to appear on there with Jack Paar.
You have had a great exciting life.Mine was much more modest but a very happy one, mostly traveling the world many times with a beautiful heiress.
Remember Henry Morgan? Mr. Kliph Nesteroff: Who were the people that asked if they could cut that comedy record demo for you? Musical.
[Eventually] I did. He was a very funny, caustic comedian. was never a "material comic" like Newhart who had these firm comedic bits. Ships from United States. "We're the Airmen of Note started by Glenn Miller in World War Two.
..mien flores they sittin in the garden and they don't bother no body BUT SOMEONE SETTIN FIRE TO MEIN FLORES SUCKIN EGGS SUCKIN EGGS! Kliph Nesteroff: July 1959, you appeared on The Jack Paar Show.
forgot about that. He was a wonderful guy.
(1962) Stage: Appeared in "Bravo Giovanni". 30-day …
Something went wrong. Car 54, Where Are You? Jack is still around. knew Everett, he passed away and his partner Jack Ellison. He calls them typical nightclub comedians, crass and vulgar.I go further back.
He was in active duty and he thought that he was the greatest thing that ever lived. He said, "I'll get you out of KP." The white-maned, wide-grinning Graham gained prominence in the 1952 revue New Faces, for which he also contributed comedy material; when that production was committed to film in 1953, he was promoted from a mere ensemble player to star, carrying the grafted-on backstage plot line. (1952) Stage: Co-wrote music / lyrics for songs (earliest Broadway credit) for "Leonard Sillman's New Faces of 1952" on Broadway. Looking for something to watch? Would you mind? Kliph Nesteroff: Speaking of old radio, someone whose voice comes up a lot in old radio and movies is Sheldon Leonard. He was like a script doctor. He was signed to replace either Paar or Steve Allen. I went all the way over there. Biography Dirt", shown climbing up out of an engine all dirty and oily. What happened was they auditioned for The Purple Onion two weeks before, did.
Dirt" on a series of commercials for Mobil Oil in the 1970s.
I had done the first show. (1957) Stage: Wrote (w/Sidney Carroll) continuity for "Mask and Gown", produced on Broadway.
There are 1 items available. He just liked entertainers and for the majority of my career in those days, I opened for bigger names. But he was nice man. Kliph Nesteroff: You appeared on an episode of You Bet Your Life.
A lot of gay and lesbian people would go there. read this, with Carol and Cleo: The Chin Twins. Ronnie Schell: Yes, I played that twice.
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So, they may have made a mistake on that.
Although, he called me two weeks ago and he wants me to do, ick.
I can't help but see people like Jack Carter and others from the late '40s and '50s as young upstarts. I started out doing lip synchs.
Was he as difficult as people said he was?
He died between shows. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. They had showgirls and they had commercial acts.
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I still remember the year we spent in Texas doing our travel show.I'm retired in Orlando,would love to hear from you. He owned and ran the place for 40 years, I knew him extremely well, and he was an incredible character.
A little later it was The Smothers Brothers. Graham, a self-taught jazz pianist, began his career as a nightclub comic with a specialty in wry character monologues for which he provided the musical accompaniment, à la Dwight Fiske. Sellers declare the item's customs value and must comply with customs declaration laws. Kliph Nesteroff: What was that whole experience like for you? |
(August 3 to 8, 1959) He acted in the musical, "What A Day!," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine in a John Lane Presentation with Celeste Holm in the cast. Of course, in those days everybody was a bigger name than me.
Like Jules Podell, everybody has stories about Banducci, who acted as his own bouncer and was even more colorful. Ronnie Schell: Yes, he was.
(1970s) TV commercial: Mobil Oil as "Mr.
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