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  • (funny) amusing: arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so

  • funny story: an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line); "she told a funny story"; "she made a funny"

  • Expressing a speaker's objection to another's laughter or mockery

  • Causing laughter or amusement; humorous

  • (funny) curious: beyond or deviating from the usual or expected; "a curious hybrid accent"; "her speech has a funny twang"; "they have some funny ideas about war"; "had an odd name"; "the peculiar aromatic odor of cloves"; "something definitely queer about this town"; "what a rum fellow"; "

  • Used to emphasize that something is unpleasant or wrong and should be regarded seriously or avoided





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  • Trim or remove the hair or wool of (an animal)

  • Cut off a thing or part of a thing with shears or scissors

  • (clip) time: an instance or single occasion for some event; "this time he succeeded"; "he called four times"; "he could do ten at a clip"

  • Cut short or trim (hair, wool, nails, or vegetation) with shears or scissors

  • (clip) cartridge holder: a metal frame or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun

  • (clip) nip: sever or remove by pinching or snipping; "nip off the flowers"











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The Funniest People in Television and Radio: 250 Anecdotes


The Funniest People in Television and Radio: 250 Anecdotes



This book contains 250 anecdotes about television and radio, including these: 1) The opening credits and the exterior shots of early episodes of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" feature a beautiful Victorian house where the characters Mary Richards, Rhoda Morgenstern, and Phyllis Lindstrom are supposed to live. The house really belonged to a humanities professor at the Uni-versity of Minnesota. Unfortunately, after the series became popular, tourists began to ring her doorbell, then ask to meet Mary. When the MTM production crew arrived to take more exterior shots of the house, the professor declined to give them permission, but they started to take the shots anyway. The professor stopped them by hanging a banner outside Mary Richards’ window. The banner made a demand about a then-current political situation: “IMPEACH NIXON.” In later episodes, Mary Richards moved to a high-rise apartment house.
2) This is a story that the late central Ohio sportscaster Jimmy Crum liked to tell: Paul Robinson played for the Cleveland Browns under coach Paul Brown. Once he scored a 55-yard touchdown, but instead of heading straight for the goal line, he ran to the other side of the field, then headed for the goal line. When Mr. Brown asked him later why he had run to the other side of the field, Mr. Robinson explained, “Coach, this game is being televised nationally and my folks are watching. The cameras are over on that side of the field, and I knew they’d see me better if I ran over there.” By the way, according to weatherman Jym Ganahl of Channel 4 News in Columbus, Ohio, Mr. Crum used to eat a dozen White Castle hamburgers for breakfast each morning.
3) As a young actress newly arrived in New York City, Carol Burnett ran into a problem. She couldn’t get an acting job because she had no experience, and she couldn’t get experience because no one would give her an acting job. She solved the problem by putting on a show with the other young entertainers in her rooming house, which was known as the Rehearsal Club. It worked. Carol and some of the other entertainers got jobs as a result of the Rehearsal Club Revue.
4) Nicholas Colasanto played the role of Ernie “Coach” Pantusso on "Cheers." Because he was getting older, he had a hard time remembering his lines, but he found ways to cope. For example, he would write his lines on the stage walls and stage furniture. In fact, says "Cheers" co-creator Les Charles, “If you go into the storage room today and find the old set from 'Cheers,' you can still see Nick’s handwriting on walls and chairs.”
5) Humorist Frank Sullivan had a sister named Kate, who bought a TV in the days when TVs were rare. Very quickly, she called a TV repairman, who asked, “What seems to be wrong with it?” She replied, “Well, for one thing, a lot of the programs are lousy.”

This book contains 250 anecdotes about television and radio, including these: 1) The opening credits and the exterior shots of early episodes of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" feature a beautiful Victorian house where the characters Mary Richards, Rhoda Morgenstern, and Phyllis Lindstrom are supposed to live. The house really belonged to a humanities professor at the Uni-versity of Minnesota. Unfortunately, after the series became popular, tourists began to ring her doorbell, then ask to meet Mary. When the MTM production crew arrived to take more exterior shots of the house, the professor declined to give them permission, but they started to take the shots anyway. The professor stopped them by hanging a banner outside Mary Richards’ window. The banner made a demand about a then-current political situation: “IMPEACH NIXON.” In later episodes, Mary Richards moved to a high-rise apartment house.
2) This is a story that the late central Ohio sportscaster Jimmy Crum liked to tell: Paul Robinson played for the Cleveland Browns under coach Paul Brown. Once he scored a 55-yard touchdown, but instead of heading straight for the goal line, he ran to the other side of the field, then headed for the goal line. When Mr. Brown asked him later why he had run to the other side of the field, Mr. Robinson explained, “Coach, this game is being televised nationally and my folks are watching. The cameras are over on that side of the field, and I knew they’d see me better if I ran over there.” By the way, according to weatherman Jym Ganahl of Channel 4 News in Columbus, Ohio, Mr. Crum used to eat a dozen White Castle hamburgers for breakfast each morning.
3) As a young actress newly arrived in New York City, Carol Burnett ran into a problem. She couldn’t get an acting job because she had no experience, and she couldn’t get experience because no one would give her an acting job. She solved the problem by putting on a show with the other young entertainers in her rooming house, which was known as the Rehearsal Club. It worked. Carol and some of the other entertainers got jobs as a result of the Rehearsal Club Revue.
4) Nicholas Colasanto played the role of Ernie “Coach” Pantusso on "Cheers." Because he was getting older, he had a hard time remembering his lines, but he found ways to cope. For example, he would write his lines on the stage walls and stage furniture. In fact, says "Cheers" co-creator Les Charles, “If you go into the storage room today and find the old set from 'Cheers,' you can still see Nick’s handwriting on walls and chairs.”
5) Humorist Frank Sullivan had a sister named Kate, who bought a TV in the days when TVs were rare. Very quickly, she called a TV repairman, who asked, “What seems to be wrong with it?” She replied, “Well, for one thing, a lot of the programs are lousy.”










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Got the dvd clip, and it made me cry.

I am still hanging in there JUST, i am not doing well at all, health wise. I am in alot of pain, glad 2 c that u had a great time there, i am eating non- codiene painkillers like sweets, did you get 2 meet my family hope you did if so welcome to the L clan, all of youi. My mobile is getting rung hmm wunder y o yeah to pump for info , THOUGHT FUCK YOU ALL, I realised what u meant on the purple bass, yeah got it haven't said a word.

Stupid bloody team, sheesh, i just don't know what to do, hopefully u will be in here Thursday, how's my son, he likes you all. Keis is going crazy, is now pawning at my face, to let me know there's another tumour there, and has taken to sleeping on my chest you will freak when u c what she can do.

YES WILL BRING THE O with me i need u 2 try it on. How are things progressing, i saw 2 or 3 of your troublem akers on tv, you can subpena the surllevainces footage from tv stations.

I really would like you all to make an annoucement via media when your due inn, i can't take this much more, i have missed alot of msgs, due to falling un-consious, and lima, my fam will protect u like rabid pitbulls, like i am now.

I am so hurt and angry that i am going through this not thru you ok, but thru people that i thort i could TRUST and who i thort where my friends what a joke this has turned our to b.

I could be on crutches when i finally me in your arms again i don't know, glad to see that you got my boots on, and yeah i dont blame you all one bit for going out swinging cause i will like I SAY YOUR HEAD IS NOW MINE, and yes i did break my x hubby's nose.

I also feel that my mom, has had her fair share of going for the juggler, u should c this place and the woman who is also being me, like i said b4 i have not recieved any phone calls or txt msgs in a long time but this one has, isn't it funny she knew more about you all than i did. She knows alot. And she is your icing and so is the kids that are the source of info. One is the smae age as my son, hoping to gettin lucky with one of you, this place is FUCKED in the biggest forms imaginable, oh i sould let you know that one of the replacement bassits is still reeping benfits from the band, saw him, on tv, however i knew who it was instantly, YES HE'S HERE OR WAS, had a goatee, being very much like you all, with a slut i know who that is also hiding under a wig.

10 dollar drinks, i laughed, thort shit even though it was a joke, but i knew what it meant, let go to the pub BUT NOT FUCKING HERE. Just pick me up and let's fly off.

I have been to alot of places, however others are using this info to gain info and i know who they are also. Have u caught the lookalikes that are causing alot of trouble yet.

Jumped onto 9 and i am missing alot, so i surf the tv til i find it.

I miss you all terribly and am missing S more sorry and D also, have u had a kick of the footy yet, if not or if you have i think my Dad and my son may have to teach you.

Yes i can kick one pretty damn good at it if i don't mind saying that myself. Yes the red head where i am is T also they all are. So I say which one or who.

Yeah i would love for S to sit in between my legs and have my arm drapped over his should and rest my chin on his head make a great shot mayb. I hate havin pics takin, hence the saying and illeagl taking of pic get that fucking camera outta my face.

Did alot of roving, also, and that was between cigs and coffee.

I will be gpoing back to the vid footage and havin another perv, T thanx.

Yep will wear the wetlook boots at least my have chains on them. I also 4got to mention that it's not only me that me life has been threatened also via the cutting up of my jewellery but my son also, bought him a ring and it was completey destroyed am going to bring it all to show you. I also have seen on Ebay, a dress that i once owned for sale on it and it had been completey destroyed.

As for a certain female that once called me MORTICA, don't listen she's neck deep and i know it was her that ruined that dress. My whole world is crashing and burning like an asteroid i don't know wheh i will finally fall to earth.

How i will tell you something that happened to me that's true and it will freak you out.


WAS IN THE CITY DOING SOME SHOPPING, WAS WALKING PAST 2 KIDS ONE WAS 5 AND WITH HIS MOM THE OTHER 6 WITH HIS DAD, ANYWAY I WAS DRESSED IN ALL BLACK, LONG BLACK GOTH STYLE SKIRT, BUCKLED BOOTS, PADLOCK & CHAIN , CROSSES, LONG SLEEVED BLACK TOP, BLACK NAILS ETC, BLACK HAIR WHICH IS NEARLY TO MY ASS AND I DO DYE IT BLACK, IT'S NO LONGER SHITTY BROWN, HASN'T BEEN SINCE I WAS 26.

ANYWAY, THE BOY WHO WAS WITH HIS MOM SAID TO HIS MOM AS I WALKED PAST THEM LOOK MOM THEIRS AND ANGEL THE MOM SAID TO HER SON WHAT, THAT LADY IN ALL BLACK MOM SHE IS AN ANGEL THE MOM DIDN'T PAY ANYU ATTENTION TO HER KID AS HE SAID TO HER, SHE'S AN ANGEL CAUSE HER WINGS ARE WHITE THE LADY IS ALL IN BLACK WITH WHITE WINGS, I TURNED ROUND GAVE THIS LITTL











Their Final Film




Their Final Film





Atoll K. Fortezza Films, 1952. Directed by John Berry, Leo Joannon. Camera: Armand Thirard. With Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Suzy Delair, Max Elloy, Suzette Mais, Adriano Rimoldi, Luigi Tosi, Nicolas Amato, Guglielmo Barnabo Lucien Callamand.

Laurel & Hardy inherit a yacht and an island and set out to sea accompanied by a stateless refugee who offers to act as their cook in return for a home on their island, and a stowaway. Their yacht founders in a tropical storm, but providentially a newly created atoll emerges from beneath the sea to save them. Settling down in their new home, they are soon joined by a girl fleeing from her jealous fiancee. Together they organize the island as their own private Republic, and all goes well until uranium is discovered.

The nations of the world battle over ownership of the atoll, and money-hungry adventurers swarm there. The little party is about to be lynched when another timely eruption sinks their atoll beneath the waves once more. A passing ship rescues them.

Suzy is reunited with her now contrite fiancee, but Laurel & Hardy, finally reaching their own island, find that inheritance and other taxes are so staggering that they must forget their dreams of a life of ease.

Laurel and Hardy's final film was almost as much of a misfire as Chaplin's A King in New York, but it was nevertheless a courageous effort to do something different, and in this respect at least it was a far more worthwhile venture than most of their later U.S. releases. But it was one of those unfortunate productions foredoomed to failure by budget limitations and problems of communication between a multilingual crew. Much of its political satire needed wit rather than visual humor or, better still, a delicate blending of both in the Preston Sturges manner.

John Berry, a good directory of taut melodramas, was clearly a totally unsuitable choice as the film's co-director, and commercially a suicidal one for any film with a political tinge (even a comic one), since he was then under a cloud in the United States as one of the "unfriendly" Communists. The film received but scant U.S. distribution in 1955, three years after its production, and no major distributor would touch it because of its difficult marketability and the problem of Berry's association with it.

When it was finally released, it was cut by more than two reels, and curiously some of the funniest sight-gag sequences were among those deleted. Further hurting the film was the rather crude dubbing for the non-Laurel & Hardy roles, and most especially the appalling physical appearance of Stan Laurel himself. He had been extremely ill prior to and during production, and looked far older and sicker in this film than he did more than ten years later, just before his death. The shock of his appearance was such that his admirers didn't feel like laughing at him, and by the time this initial impact had worn off, it was too late to really warm up to the film. Nevertheless, it had a certain charm and was quite undeserving of the total obscurity into which it was hurled.

Lacking in much of the standard Laurel & Hardy humor (wisely, for they looked to old for their familiar knockabouts to be appealing or even to have any point), it substituted elements of whimsy and satire, and had much of the spirit of one of Douglas Fairbanks' last films, the breezy Mr. Robinson Crusoe. There was an abundance of sight gags, but most of them were bizarre gags for immediate reaction, more reminiscent of Buster Keaton than the carefully built routines of Laurel & Hardy. Typical gags: Laurel leaning out of the porthole during the hurricane to literally "pour oil on the troubled waters" (the mountainous waves instantaneously subside!); Laurel burping his pet lobster; and a wild episode in which a bat invades their cabin at night. Laurel chases it, gradually maneuvering it to the window. But when he opens the window, instead of the ne bat flying out, a whole swarm of his comrades fly in!. The dialogue, too, was often quite pointed and amusing, as in a good episode where Hardy allots the prime political posts of his new Republic, giving key positions to himself, Suzy Delair (a vivacious French actress, strangely lusterless here), and his other two cohorts. All of the governmental posts have been filled before Hardy gets to Stan, who is heartbroken that he has been ignored. But Hardy pacifies him with a magnificently diplomatic line: "Why Stanley, you're The People!"

Despite their age and the uncertainty of their surroundings, Laurel & Hardy keep the film going at a good clip. It falters only in the lengthy and tedious cutaway sequence to establish the boy-girl subplot, and in the climactic episodes when the commentary on political wrangling and the tyranny of mob rule is inevitably too heavy for the comedy balance to be maintained. However, the film brightens up again for its finale with an une









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