The Milton Berle Show
Lucille Ball is one of the most loved and recognized entertainers in the world! This hilarious 2-DVD set of The Lucy Show features the "First Lady of Television" at her best in 20 sidesplitting episodes, all in full color! Laugh-packed with star-studded appearances by Carol Burnett, John Wayne, Vivian Vance, Milton Berle, George Burns, Ed Begley, Paul Winchell, Phil Silvers, Mel Torme, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jim Nabors, Don Rickles, and many more! Color, NTSC.
Two episodes from the 1950s, starring Gertrude Berg, The Andrews Sisters, Peter Lawford And Carol Channing. Presented in Black and White.
Lucille Ball is one of the most loved and recognized entertainers in the world! This hilarious 4-DVD set features the "First Lady Of Television" at her best in 30 side-splitting color episodes of "The Lucy Show!" Each episode is laugh-packed with guest appearances by such stars as Carol Burnett, John Wayne, Vivian Vance, Milton Berle, George Burns, Frankie Avalon, Jack Benny, Mel Torme, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jim Nabors, Don Rickles, and many more.
This collection features the most memorable and iconic personality in all of late night television. It includes 35 rare episodes from favorite television classics like The Johnny Carson Show, The Milton Berle Show, Sid Caesar's Hour, Arthur Godfrey, Colgate Comedy Hour and many more! Stars found in these entertaining programs include Bob Hope, Dean Martin, Mitzi Gaynor, Bing Crosby, Ronald Reagan, Jack Benny and Mel Brooks, to name just a few! Studio 1: Mill Creek EntertainmentVideo Release Date: 2011-08-23
Grab the family and enjoy the fantastic classics from the past including "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet", "The Dick Van Dyke Show", "The Milton Berle Show" and "Petticoat Junction". Let the laughs begin - there's something for everyone! Featuring some of TV's best loved performers including Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, David and Rick Nelson, Milton Berle, Lloyd Bridges, Buster Keaton and many more.
The Last Laugh is the first and only book to take readers deep into the bizarre universe of the standup comic, from the classic years of Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, and Shecky Greene, to today's comedy superstars. Phil Berger shows how styles and trends in standup have changed over the past fifty years, but how taking the stage in a comedy club is as tough as it's always been.
His comedy was once described by Time Magazine as the acme of hysterical vulgarity and, for more than seventy years, Milton Berle never lost his taste for good old-fashioned bust-a-gut laughs. But it took the veteran performer the better part of two decades to find a radio format that genuinely suited him and, when he did, the result was The Milton Berle Show, a 1947-48 NBC series that stands today as one of the bright spots of post-war radio.
One of the legends of show biz delves into his personal treasury of jokes (" The most comprehensive storehouse of 20th-century humor in the world" -Los Angeles Magazine) to present the most astounding array of one-liners, anecdotes, quips, and