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The film received an Oscar for William J. Tuttle 's makeup artistry. In , he was originally hired to play the voice of Templeton the gluttonous rat in Charlotte's Web , but was replaced at the last minute by Paul Lynde , due to his voice sounding too sophisticated and the director wanting Templeton to have a nasal voice. Randal starred in Love, Sidney from — In the TV movie that served as the latter show's pilot, Sidney Shorr was written as a gay man, but his character's sexuality was made ambiguous when the series premiered.
Randall refused to star in any more television shows, favoring the Broadway stage as his medium. In he returned to Broadway as a replacement in M. He also did a production of The Sunshine Boys with Klugman which was a big success.
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Together Again reprising their roles. The story began when, after Felix ruined plans for his daughter Edna's wedding, his wife Gloria threw him out of the house for 11 days, which left him no choice but to move back in with Oscar and to help him recover, getting him back in shape after throat cancer surgery left his voice very raspy. Later film roles included Fatal Instinct and Down with Love Randall was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and often spoke of his love of opera , saying it was due in no small part to the salaciousness of many of the plotlines.
He also admitted to sneaking tape recorders into operas to make his own private recordings. He chided Johnny Carson for his chain-smoking and was generally fastidious. At the time of his death, Randall had appeared as a guest on The Tonight Show times, more often than any other celebrity.
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Randall appeared frequently on What's My Line? He also parodied his pompous image with an appearance as a "contestant" on The Gong Show in First aired on October 11, , Randall was a guest star on the 5th and final season of The Muppet Show.
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This was the th episode of the show. Randall was a frequent guest as well on both of David Letterman 's late-night shows Late Night with David Letterman and the Late Show with David Letterman , making 70 appearances, according to his obituary in the Washington Post ; Letterman said that Randall was one of his favorite guests, along with Regis Philbin. On November 7, , Randall appeared on the game show Jeopardy! He came in second place after General Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr.
A noted raconteur , Randall co-wrote with Mike Mindlin a collection of amusing and sometimes racy show business anecdotes called Which Reminds Me, published in In keeping with his penchant for both championing and mocking the culture that he loved, during the Big Band era revival in the mids, he produced a record album of s songs, Vo Vo De Oh Doe, inspired by and covering The New Vaudeville Band 's one-hit wonder, " Winchester Cathedral ".
Randall was an advocate for the arts. He was politically liberal. Randall was married to Florence Gibbs from until her death from cancer on April 18, The following year, he said, "I wish I believed I'd see my parents again, see my wife again. But I know it's not going to happen. At the time, Tony was 75 years old and Heather was They lived in a Manhattan apartment and bought a vacation apartment in Key Biscayne, Florida , in The couple, who had two children, Julia born on April 11, and Jefferson born on June 15, , remained married until his death in May In his book Which Reminds Me, Randall maintained that any publicity an actor generates should be about his work, not himself.
Randall died in his sleep on May 17, , at NYU Medical Center of pneumonia that he had contracted following coronary bypass surgery in December He had been hospitalized since the operation. Finley Award for outstanding service to the City of New York. Synopsis The series starred Tony Randall as Walter Franklin, a middle-aged widowed judge, and took place in Philadelphia. The show followed the reserved Franklin dealing with being a single parent, raising his teenage daughter Devon Scott and preteen son Brad Savage. At times he also had to play surrogate parent to his daffy English housekeeper Rachel Roberts , whose inedible cooking was a frequent source of humor.
Actor Zane Lasky played the recurring role of Mario Lanza, a nerdy, overbearing assistant whom Judge Franklin despised, but who kept getting rehired by Miss Reubner. Scott, her younger half-brother is actor Campbell Scott. She starred in The Tony Randall Show, which ran from to During the s, he guest-starred on numerous television series.
He also made a total of four appearances on The Twilight Zone from to The series aired from to From to , he starred in the title role in Quincy, M. In , he appeared in an episode of The Love Boat entitled "Scandinavian Cruise" parts one and two. Early life Klugman was born in Philadelphia, th The film stars Doris Day and Rock Hudson in their second film together.
Davis, and Donna Douglas. The story is similar to Pillow Talk in that it includes mistaken identity as a key plot device. Plot In a New York advertising agency, Jerry Webster, a Madison Avenue ad executive, has achieved success not through hard work or intelligence but by wining and dining his clients, even setting them up on dates with attractive girls.
Jerry's equal and sworn enemy at a rival agency is Carol Templeton. Although she has never met him, Carol is disgusted Poirot is one of Christie's most famous and long-lived characters, appearing in 33 novels, one play Black Coffee , and more than 50 short stories published between and Overview Influences Poirot's name was derived from two other fictional detectives of the time: In An Autobiography, Christie states, "I was still writing in the Sherlock Holmes tradition — eccentric detective, stooge assistant, with a Lestrade-type Scotland Yard dete The screenplay by Julius J.
Epstein is based on the play by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, which had a brief run on Broadway in Judy learns from the milkman that their neighbors, the Bullards, are getting a divorce, and shares the news with George. Over lunch, George is appalled as a bachelor acquaintance, Winston Burr Hal March , gleefully describes how he contacts women who are getting divorced and pretends to console them, hoping to seduce them while they are vulnerable.
George visits his doctor after experiencing chest pains. He overhears his doctor, Ralph Morrisse Time film critic Richard Corliss, estimating conservatively, wrote that Down with Love "is so clogged with specific references to a half-dozen Rock-and-Doris-type comedies that it serves as definitive distillation of the genre. Typical of the genre the film tells the sto It is the story of two divorced men - neurotic neat-freak Felix Ungar and fun-loving slob Oscar Madison - who decide to live together, even though their personalities clash.
Plot Felix Ungar Jack Lemmon checks into a fleabag hotel near Times Square and attempts to kill himself by jumping out of the window, but he fails to open it and pulls a muscle in his back. Limping back on the street he tries to get drunk at a dance bar The Metropole and ends up hurting his neck when he throws down a shot. When she unsuccessfully files a complaint on him for constantly using the line to woo his conquests, Brad decides to take a chance on Jan by masquerading as a Texas rancher, resulting in the two falling in love. The scheme seems to work until Brad's mutual friend and Jan's client Jonathan Forbes Randall finds out about this, causing a love triangle in the process.
Hugh Wilson Story Editor: Franklin prepares to go on his first date since the death of his wife. The Brass Bottle is a American fantasy-comedy film about a modern man who accidentally acquires the friendship of a long-out-of-circulation Genie. Eden's role was instrumental in getting her cast as the star of the TV series I Dream of Jeannie, even though she did not play a genie in this film.
Plot Architect Harold Ventimore Tony Randall buys a large antique container that turns out to imprison a genie named Fakrash Burl Ives , whom Harold inadvertently sets free. Fakrash is effusively grateful for his release, and persistently tries to do favors for Harold to show his gratitude. Harold ends up in a great deal of trouble, including with his girlfriend, Sylvia Kenton Barbara Eden.
Jinn and genie Though the word genie is used in the film exclusively, author F. Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? The film is a satire on popular fan culture, Hollywood hype, and the advertising industry, which was making millions of dollars off the growing revenue from television ads.
It also takes aim at television and the reduction it caused to the size of movie theater audiences in the s. The film was also known as Oh! The film was produced and directed by Frank Tashlin, who also wrote the largely original screenplay, using little more than the title and the character of Rita Marlowe from the successful Broadway play Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? The play had run from to and also starred Jayne Mansfield as Rita. Plot In lieu of a theme song and opening of the movie, Tashlin instead laid traditional opening cred The show is based on the play of the same name, which was written by Neil Simon, as well as on the play's film adaptation.
Felix and Oscar are both divorced. They share a Manhattan apartment, and their different lifestyles inevitably lead to conflicts and laughs. Its fourth season, from —74, remains the most recent nominee for a show that aired during a Friday time slot. History Felix and Oscar. The success of the film v Its re-release was part of the "Paramount Family Matinee" series.
Plot Fred Miller Tony Randall must prove that his new design for an underwater home is viable by convincing his family to live in it for 30 days. His son and daughter Gary Tigerman and Kay Cole are members of an emerging pop rock band Richard Dreyfuss and Lou Wagner whom they invite to live with them during the experiment. Their temporary home, which Miller dubs the "Green Onion," is 90 feet below the surface of the ocean and is filled with super-modern appliances and amenities for house-wife Vivian Janet Leigh , all designed by Miller.
A hole in the floor provides direct access to and from the sea. He is best known for playing Morty Seinfeld, father of Jerry, on the sitcom Seinfeld. He got his start as a comedian while still a police officer, giving humorous presentations to the deputy commissioners. Martin once commented that many Jewish Seinfeld fans told him how much his character reminded them of their fathers.
Martin himself was of Irish Catholic extraction. The next year he played the role of Hank in Charly. He went on to act in dozens of films, including the ro It would be Monroe's last musical film performance. Plot The plot revolves around billionaire Jean-Marc Clement Montand who learns that he is to be satirized in an off-Broadway revue. After going to the theatre, he sees Amanda Dell Monroe rehearsing the Cole Porter song "My Heart Belongs to Daddy", and, by accident, the director thinks him an actor suitable to play himself in the revue.
Clement takes the part in order to see more of Amanda and plays along with the mistaken identity, going by the name Alexander Dumas. Frankie Vaughan appears as a singer in the revue, while Milton Berle, Gene Kelly, and Bing Crosby appear in cameo roles as themselves trying to teach Clement how to deliver jokes, dance, and sing, respecti That's Adequate is a mockumentary documenting a fictional Hollywood studio, Adequate Film Studios.
Narrated and hosted by Tony Randall, the film features an all-star cast including James Coco in his final film role , Robert Downey Jr.
Premise That's Adequate is a documentary about a fictional Hollywood film studio. Doris Day in a studio publicity portrait for her film Midnight Lace. The filmography of American actress Doris Day consists of 39 feature films released between and She began her career as a band singer and eventually won the female lead in a Warner Bros.
Day then campaigned for more dramatic parts. Stone's Julie , and A ten-part episode from that series, The End of Flutter Valley, served as a sequel to the film. Plot At their home, Dream Castle, the ponies are running and playing through flowery meadows and grassy green fields with their animal friends. Elsewhere, Baby Lickety-Split is practicing a new dance step, as Spike, a baby dragon, accompanies her rehearsal on the piano. Meanwhile, at the Volcano of Gloom, a wicked witch named Hydia is planning to ruin the ponies' festival, but her two incompetent da For a series of 54 specials and shows, Martin and his friends would "roast" a celebrity.
The roasts were patterned after the roasts held at the New York Friars' Club. In its final season, to pick up the ratings and to require less of Martin's involvement, it was retooled into a series of celebrity roasts by adding a feature called "Man of the Week Celebrity Roast. Starting with Bob Hope in , the roast was taped in California and turned out to be a hit, leading to many other roasts to follow. No Down Payment is a film drama directed by Martin Ritt. It was scripted by Philip Yordan, who fronted for a then uncredited and blacklisted Ben Maddow, and is based on the novel of the same name by John McPartland.
Set in a California subdivision, the story follows four couples who have bought homes and are neighbors. Among the problems facing the couples are alcoholism, racism, and promiscuity. The story revolves around the idea of "no down payment" and the over-extended nature of families' economic situation.
Tony Randall is in an unsympathetic role, a car salesman looking for a good time. Other issues include discrimination against a former war hero for lack of education. Plot New to the city's Sunrise Hills subdivision, electrical engineer David Martin and wife Jean are welcomed by their neighbors. They include appliance store manager Herman Kreitzer, auto mechan Lao is a American Metrocolor fantasy-comedy film directed by George Pal his final directorial effort and starring Tony Randall.
It is an adaptation of the fantasy novel The Circus of Dr. It details the visit of a magical circus to a small town in the southwest United States, and the effects that visit has on the people of the town. The novel was adapted by Charles Beaumont. Plot It is the dawn of the 20th century, and an elderly Chinese man rides a jackass into Abalone, Arizona, his only visible possession a fishbowl occupied by an innocuous-looking fish. This magical visitor, Dr. Lao Tony Randall , visits Edward Cunningham's John Ericson newspaper and places a large ad for his traveling circus, which will play in Abalone for two nights only.
Though quiet, Abalone is not peaceful. Wealthy rancher Clinton Stark Arthur O'Connell has inside information that a railroad is coming to town and is scheming to buy up the place while the land is cheap. Cohan in the musical George M! Kildare, with Richard Chamberlain in the s. Berry was of Swedish-English descent. Berry realized he wanted to be a dancer and singer at age 12, as he watched a children's dance performance during a school assembly. The New Batch is a American comedy horror film, and the sequel to the film Gremlins. It was directed by Joe Dante and written by Charles S.
Haas, with creature designs by Rick Baker. The story continues the adventures of the creature Gizmo once again voiced by Howie Mandel , who spawns numerous small monsters when wet. In the first film, Gizmo's offspring rampaged through a small fictional town. The new creatures thus pose a serious threat to the city should they be able to leave the building, and much of the story involves the human characters' efforts to prevent this disaster.
As with the first film, Gremlins 2 is a live action horror comedy film; however, Dante put effo McLerie's mother, Vera, died on her daughter's 54th birthday in at age Plot Albert Aachen, a clown with a unique diving act, is found dead, the murder weapon happens to be a poison dart.
When a woman named Betty Barnard becomes the next victim, detective Hercule Poirot suspects that Sir Carmichael Clarke could be in grave danger. As he and Captain Hastings look into the crimes, a beautiful woman with an interesting monogram named Amanda Beatrice Cross becomes the focus of their investigation, at least until she leaps into the Thames. The storyline concerns a scientist's effort to prove that a wild animal in this case, a lion named Fluffy can be made into a pet with proper training. Braden Harriet MacGibbon as Mrs. It was the first program on American television to feature a gay character as the central character, although his sexual orientation was carefully downplayed for most of the series' duration.
It was produced by Warner Bros. Synopsis The storyline begins with the television movie Sidney Shorr: A Girl's Best Friend. Randall plays the title character, a well-to-do gay New Yorker in his 50s, who befriends a single woman, Laurie Morgan originally played by Lorna Patterson and Patti, her young daughter.
Boris Karloff reprised his role as Jonathan Brewster who is described by the other characters as resembling the Frankenstein star , which he had originated on Broadway. He had been unable to appear in Frank Capra's film due to a scheduling conflict, but had played Jonathan on television once before, in a adaptation for the CBS anthology series The Best of Broadway. Retrieved April 4, Retrieved April 5, This is a list of oldest fathers older than 65 years of age. Smith years Anna, his year-old wife United States Smith was the oldest-known father at age when his twin daughters were born in Plot Milton Parker Vincent Price , an eccentric game inventor, dies after losing a video game with his nurse.
Parker's greedy and estranged relatives show up at his mansion for the reading of his will. The potential beneficiaries form five teams and get No one but the toys knows is that Scarafoni plans to auction off the toys to the highest bidder, which means the toys won't make it to the children who have been good all year and deserve them. The toys decide to deliver themselves starting with a wind-up teddy bear going to the little boy's bed, and the story follows them as they struggle to avoid the heartless Scarafoni and to find their true homes.
Meanwhile, a young boy named Francesco tries to find his true Christmas present - one special friend. In the end, the toys deliver themselves, but Scarafoni still has the money. However, everyone rushes to the toy shop and find Scarafoni with the money and manage to get it back from him, as Scarafoni is sent to prison.
Brad Savage, Tony Randall. Early life Peyser was born in Irvington, New York, and attended Irvington High School, where she starred in student musical theatre productions. She told Bruce Kimmel in an interview that she enjoyed singing and acting throughout grade school: My triumph was in sixth grade when I decided to insert a musical number in our non-musical production of Oliver Twist. I was playing the Artful Dodger and couldn Life and career Savage was born in Livonia, Michigan in His mother, Judy, became a talent agent after Brad began his acting career.