The Button Down Mind Of Bob Newhart
The holidays just wouldn't be the holidays without Mr. White Christmas himself - Bing Crosby. His seemingly effortless, easygoing singing style and good humor made him an audience favorite for generations. In this rare episode of The Hollywood Palace, first telecast in 1966, der Bingle is joined by dancer Cyd Charisse, comedian Bob Newhart, the Crosby family, and Kate "God Bless America" Smith.
Here are Newhart's most essential quotations culled from as wide a variety of source materials available. They have been compiled, edited and carefully selected for inclusion in this book by that well-known Quote Monger, Andrew Delaplaine. The original il
Young stars Steve McQueen, Bobby Darin, Fess Parker, Harry Guardino, James Coburn, Nick Adams and Bob Newhart (in his film debut) play a hopelessly outnumbered army squad in this taut, explosive war film directed by Don Siegel ("Dirty Harry", "Escape From Alcatraz"). It's autumn 1944, and Nazi forces along the Siegfried Line have the numbers, the fortifications and the firepower to break through.
In this hilarious sitcom from the '70s, Bob Newhart stars as Dr. Robert Hartley, a successful Chicago psychologist specializing in group therapy sessions. Bob's patience is often tested by his patients - including a paranoid grouch with a persecution complex, a hen-pecked husband, and an emotional eater - all trying to "find themselves." Even at home with his wife Emily, Bob is surrounded by an assortment of nutty and neurotic neighbors.
That stammer, those basset-hound eyes, that bone-dry wit: there has never been another comedian like Bob Newhart. His comedy albums, movies, and two hit television series have made him a national treasure and placed him firmly in the pantheon of comedy legends. Who else has a drinking game named after him And now Newhart puts his brilliant and hysterical world view on paper.
Comedian Bob Newhart plays Dr. Robert Hartley, a clinical psychologist living in Chicago with his wife Emily, an elementary schoolteacher. His across-the-hallway neighbor, Howard Borden, is a divorced airline navigator. One of Bob's best friends is Dr. Jerry Robinson, an orthodontist who works on the same floor as Bob. There's also Bob's and Jerry's receptionist Carol Kester, as well as Bob's many clients, including Elliot Carlin, Lillian Bakerman, Emil Peterson and Victor Gianelli.
Crooner, bon vivant, rat packer. Dean Martin, above all, was a great entertainer. Always quick with a joke or a drink, Dino was top dog on NBC for 10 years starting in 1965. Millions laughed at the outrageous comedy and swooned over the musical numbers. Plus, Dean's guests were the best in the biz: Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis jr, Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, John Wayne, Dinah Shore, Bob Newhart, Peter Sellers, Debbie Reynolds, Rodney Dangerfield, Orson Wells, Ethel Merman, Woody Allen, Sid Caesar, Jack Benny, George Burns, Lena Horne, Dom Deluise, Duke Ellington and many, many more.
From an author with "Vince Lombardi power in a Bob Newhart personality" ("The Washington Post"): the real keys, the seeds, necessary to develop a truly meaningful life. In "Seeds of Greatness," Denis Waitley shows how to nurture the greatness within you to develop a system that allows you to do in months what many psychologists take years to accomplish.
Who says a vamp can't have it all? Darcy Newhart thought it was a stroke of genius-the first-ever reality TV show where mortals vie with vampires for the title of The Sexiest Man on Earth. As the show's director, Darcy's career would be on track again. And she can finally have a life apart from the vampire harem. Okay, so she's still technically dead, but two out of three's not bad.
Speeches by Great Entertainment Celebrities is a compilation of contributors to the entertainment industry. From filmmakers, producers, and stars to music icons, book writers, and comedians, this collection features words, talks, addresses, reflections, tips, and speeches about their lives and accomplishments. Alfred Hitchcock - Speaks of film making (22:58)James Cameron - Talks about making Avatar and Titanic (16:37)Francis Ford Coppola & Martin Sheen - Reflect on the making of Apocalypse Now (57:51)Martin Scorsese - Making movies and the preservation of film (31:05)Steven Spielberg - Speaks at the Academy of Achievement (12:18)Bill Haley - Talks about the early days of rock 'n' roll (3:48)Elvis Presley - Vancouver, BC, press conference from 1957 (22:35)The Beatles - BBC interview (8:31)Brian Epstein - Talks about managing the Beatles and the music business (14:32)Jimmy Buffett - 2015 University of Miami commencement address (18:33)Ernest Hemingway - Receiving the Nobel Prize (2:08)Ray Bradbury - Writing tips (51:45)Tom Clancy - Speaks on America, government, the private sector, and writing (39:45)John Grisham - 2010 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill commencement (18:30)Katharine Hepburn - Reads a letter she wrote to Spencer Tracy (6:40)Marilyn Monroe - Press conference and "Happy Birthday" to JFK (2:00)Clint Eastwood - "Empty Chair" address at 2012 Republican National Convention (11:12)Robert Redford - 2013 Westminster College Commencement Address (16:57)Barbara Walters - Yale Class of 2012 commencement (24:37)Jennifer Lopez - Address to the Woman's Conference 2008 (10:48)Bob Newhart - Speaks at the Press Club (48:53)Don Rickles - 1985 Address at Ronald Reagan's inauguration party (5:28)
Directed by Jon Favreau. Starring Ed Asner, Bob Newhart, James Caan.