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Classics is a 1/2 hour syndicated television show that was first
released in 1983. The series is narrated by Ed McMahon, who, as a
voiceover, introduces the program and each of the segments. The
program was made from segments and sketches taken from the first 20
years of The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson (1962-1982). When
Carson would have his annual Tonight Show Anniversary Show in prime
time on NBC, the anniversary shows were mainly flashback clip
shows, and it was usually the same vintage sketches which got the
showcase on the shows but Carson's Comedy Classics show that there
are many classic sketches and segments that have never been seen
since the original airing that had at least still existed by
1982-1983 (when the show was put into production), and many of the
sketches and segments in Carson's Comedy Classics have never been
released on DVD before either. Recurring segments were classic
Carnac the Magnificent, Aunt Blabby, Floyd R. Turbo, Stump The
Band, Tea Time Movie and other sketches as well as vintage and
memorable bits with animal trainers Jim Fowler and Joan Embery and
the animals they brought on The Tonight Show. There are also
moments where there are segments where Carson would do an activity,
like learning karate (he broke a plywood board with his head on one
episode), or gymnastics, volleyball, and even trying to start a
campfire in a race to do so spearheaded by some boy scouts. Many
clips also showcase celebrities with Carson, usually in sketches;
George C. Scott, Prowse, Bob Hope and Don Rickles among
others. The Tonight Show stock regulars who were unknowns but may
have had a few lines here and there in certain sketches were
referred to as The Carson Comedy Players in the opening credits of
Carson's Comedy Classics (longtime Tonight Show stalwart Carol
Wayne also appears in many Tea Time Movie sketches). And of course,
Ed McMahon, who was Carson's sidekick and announcer, and stayed
with Johnny for Carson's entire Tonight Show run (1962-1992), is
prominently featured in Carson’s Comedy Classics.
episodes...Quality 9 of 10...$35.00 plus $5.00 delivered in
USA…DVDs come in plain envelopes...No refunds, replacement
of defective only.
This series is based on the popular 1940's radio show with
William Bendix as Chester A. Riley. It was first a tv series in
1949 with Jackie Gleason in the title role because of Bendix's film
commitments. This, the second TV series featured William
Bendix, beginning January 2, 1953. He was supported by
Marjorie Reynolds(Make Room for Daddy) as wife Peg, Tom
D'Andrea as schemer buddy Gillis, Gloria Blondell as Gillis' wife,
Honeybee, Lugene Sanders as daughter Babs, and Wesley Morgan as son
Life of Riley series with Bendix, was a ratings hit.In all
of the show's incarnations, the comedic plotlines centered around
Riley himself, a gullible and occasionally clumsy (but big-hearted)
lug, and the doings and undoings of his family. Riley's penchant
for turning mere trouble into near-disaster through his
well-intentioned bumbling was often aided or instigated by his arch
best friend/next-door neighbor, Gillis.
Here are 106 episodes on 27 dvds...Quality 7.5 of
10...$20.00 plus $8.00 shipping in USA...Dvds come in plain
envelopes...No refunds, replacement of defective only.
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