Legendary actor, Milton Berle, was born Milton Berlinger on Jul 12, 1908 in New York City, NY. Berle died at the age of 93 on Mar 27, 2002 in Los Angeles, CA .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Radio. In addition, Berle was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame and was immortalized on a US postal stamp in 2009. Berle was never nominated for an Academy Award.
By Aurora on Jul 12, 2012 From How Sweet It Was
How can I dedicate a site to classic television and not dedicate a post to Mr. Television?? So here it is, on what would have been his 104th birthday, to a brief remembrance. But far the most popular program in television?s early years was a variety program called, Texaco Star Theater... Read full article
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J. Russell Finch: Wait a minute, are you knocking this country? Are you saying something against America?
J. Algernon Hawthorne: Against it? I should be positively astounded to hear anything that could be said FOR it. Why the whole bloody place is the most unspeakable matriarchy in the whole history of civilization! Look at yourself! The way your wife and her strumpet of a mother push you through the hoop! As far as I can see, American men have been totally emasculated- they're like slaves! They die like flies from coronary thrombosis while their women sit under hairdryers eating chocolates & arranging for every 2nd Tuesday to be some sort of Mother's Day! And this positively infantile preoccupation with bosoms. In all time in this wretched Godforsaken country, the one thing that has appalled me most of all this this prepostrous preoccupation with bosoms. Don't you realize they have become the dominant theme in American culture: in literature, advertising and all fields of entertainment and everything. I'll wager you anything you like that if American women stopped wearing brassieres, your whole national economy would collapse overnight.
J. Russell Finch: I don't know, I must find my wife. I don't know what to do.
J. Algernon Hawthorne: Look, wherever they are, surely the most sensible thing for the two of us to do is to press on. I mean for all we know, your brother in-law may be out or away somewhere. And even if he were the first to be there, he still has to find the money, hasn't he? Now I earnestly recommend that we forget your good ladies and press on with all possible dispatch.
J. Russell Finch: [mockingly] Alright, we'll press on with all possible dispatch.
J. Algernon Hawthorne: And I don't really think that personal rancor is going to help the situation. If I may say so.
J. Russell Finch: Lets stop arguing please! The only reason were together is because they only had one car. So lets get there, even if we are last.
J. Algernon Hawthorne: Whatever the outcome of the day I shall never forget that you hit me when I wasn't even looking!
J. Russell Finch: [smiling] yeah.
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