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I Could Get Married Today - Milton Berle, Sammy Lambert, Bernie Foyer - Booth Tarkingtons Seventeen (A Musical Comedy) Original Cast (Vinyl)

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  1. Yozshukinos says:
    Milton Berle had encounters with Marlene Dietrich (), Adele Jergens (), Marilyn Monroe (), Aimee Semple McPherson (), Veronica Lake, Theda Bara, Lana Turner, Betty Hutton and Hedy Lamarr.. Milton Berle is rumoured to have hooked up with Nancy Reagan and Lucille Ball.. About. American Actor Milton Berle was born Mendel Berlinger on 12th July, in Harlem, New York City, .
  2. Virr says:
    Ruth Berle, Wife of Milton Berle, Dead at April 20, GMT. LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Television pioneer Milton Berle’s wife, Ruth, who was active in Democratic politics and philanthropic causes, had died at age The couple met in and were married two years later. They adopted a son, Bill.
  3. Faelar says:
    Mar 28,  · Milton Berle, brash comedian who became first star of television as beloved 'Uncle Miltie' on Texaco Star Theater from to , dies at age .
  4. Nikosar says:
    Milton Berle (July 12, – March 27, ) was an American comedian and actor, known to millions of viewers as "Uncle Miltie" and "Mr. Television" during TV's golden age. Berle is seen on the dais at the roast of Sammy Davis, Jr. in "Roasted Guy".
  5. Kazrarn says:
    He began in Broadway in on a musical called "Floradora," then worked vaudeville. His first credited film was "The Perils of Pauline" (), the first of over 70 films made over the course of his lifetime. He successfully made the transition to television in , with “The Milton Berle Show”, which ran .
  6. Brakree says:
    Mar 27,  · Milton Berle, the vaudevillian gagmeister who, in the late s, became TV's first superstar and a nation's dress-wearing Uncle Miltie, died Wednesday. The cigar-chomping comic was
  7. Kajill says:
    Berle did return to hosting once more, this time as host of a new Milton Berle Show on ABC (the year contract with NBC had been renegotiated), but that effort lasted less than a season. “Uncle Miltie” was still beloved to the first TV generation, and his continued appearances on other shows and on his own TV specials kept him in the.
  8. Guran says:
    Realizing that he could be successful on his own, he started his own program called the "MIlton Berle Show" which was broadcasted on CBS Radio in and then for NBC Radio (). Berle was on a successful streak that landed him on a new show entitled, "Philip Morris Playhouse" on CBS which lasted from to
  9. Kejind says:
    Mar 28,  · Milton Berle debuted on TV in with "The Texaco Star Theater."Berle performs during "The Milton Berle Show" on Feb. 6, Comedians Bob Hope, left, and Milton Berle reminisced about the.

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