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Phil Silvers Overview:

Character actor, Phil Silvers, was born Philip Silver on May 11, 1911 in New York City, NY. Silvers died at the age of 74 on Nov 1, 1985 in Century City, CA .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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THE NEIL SIMON BLOGATHON: You'll Never Get Rich aka The Show (1955-1959)

on Oct 13, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Welcome to The Neil Simon Blogathon, a two-day internet event. Saturday, October 13th please join the creator and co-host of the blogathon, Rich at Wide Screen World by clicking HERE. Sunday, October 14th Caftan Woman hosts the festivities HERE. The lady who sat to my left in the second ... Read full article


Top Banana! Broadway to 3-D, 1954, with Funny-man,

By C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Top Banana starring (which premiered Friday, February 19, 1954[1]) first had a successful Broadway run at the Winter Garden Theatre, opening on Thursday, November 1, 1951, and after 350 (Banana was Dark for 29 days, on a layoff from August 3 – August 31, 1952) performances closed ... Read full article


Top Banana! Broadway to 3-D, 1954, with Funny-man,

By C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Top Banana starring (which premiered Friday, February 19, 1954[1]) first had a successful Broadway run at the Winter Garden Theatre, opening on Thursday, November 1, 1951, and after 350 (Banana was Dark for 29 days, on a layoff from August 3 – August 31, 1952) performances closed ... Read full article


Top Banana! Broadway to 3-D, 1954, with Funny-man,

By C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Top Banana starring (which premiered Friday, February 19, 1954[1]) first had a successful Broadway run at the Winter Garden Theatre, opening on Thursday, November 1, 1951, and after 350 (Banana was Dark for 29 days, on a layoff from August 3 – August 31, 1952) performances closed ... Read full article


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Phil Silvers Quotes:

Rusty Parker: Oh, how I hate oysters!
Genius: Ain't they repulsive?


Genius: You know something? I love him too.
Danny McGuire: Yeah?
Genius: You know why?
Danny McGuire: Why?
Genius: Because he's dumber than me.
Danny McGuire: Dumber than I.
Genius: Okay. Then he's dumber than the both of us.
[Danny winces]


Hap Schneider: [after Candy breaks a mirror] Hey, what's the matter with you? That's seven years bad luck.
Candy Williams: Let's make it fourteen.
[smashes another mirror]
Hap Schneider: Wanna try for twenty-one?
[Candy smashes a third mirror]


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Phil Silvers Facts
Interred at Mount Sinai Memorial Park, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Discovered by impressario Gus Edwards and hired to perform as a singer in vaudeville at the age of thirteen. Three years later, he appeared as a comedian in burlesque shows, often with his long-standing partner and friend Herbie Faye. On Broadway, made his debut in musical comedy in 'Yokel Boy' in 1939.

Had 5 daughters with his second wife, Evelyn Patrick: Tracey Silvers (1957), Nancey Silvers, Cathy Silvers, Candace Silvers (1961) and Laury Silvers (1963). Grandfather of Jaclyn Sara Silvers.

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