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VIDEO: The Masks

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The Masks
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Length: 25:07
Aired: 3/20/1964

Wealthy Jason Foster is dying and he invites his greedy heirs to a Mardi Gras party where they must wear the masks he specially had made for them or else be cut off from their inheritance. watch

VIDEO: What's in the Box?

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What's in the Box?
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Length: 24:59
Aired: 3/20/1964

Philanderer Joe Britt sees his indiscretions shown on his own TV set after it was worked on by a very unique repairman. watch

Laugh-In's Alan Sues Dies at 85

Laugh-In regular Alan Sues has died. He was 85.

Sues died Thursday night while watching television at his home in West Hollywood, his longtime friend Michael Gregg Michaud told the Los Angeles Times.

"He had been in failing health the last couple of years, but it was nothing you could put your ...
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The Americanization of Emily
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Americanization of Emily
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Credits

Year Title Description
1996 The Death Artist Movie, Actor - Art Buyer
1980 Oh, Heavenly Dog! Movie, Actor - Freddie
1977 Raggedy Ann And Andy Movie, Actor - The Loony Knight
1968 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in TV Show Series, Performer
1964 The Americanization Of Emily Movie, Actor - Enright

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Could you please tell me and ...

Question: Could you please tell me and my lunch buddies who played the guy in the yellow raincoat on Laugh-In who rode a tricycle that usually tipped over? My friends say it was Arte Johnson. I say it was just about anyone, since you couldn't see his/her face. Am I wrong — was this one of the ensemble players? Please let me know soon; my trivia kingdom may be crumbling.


Answer: Your trivia kingdom stands strong, B.D. For the definitive answer on this, I went straight to the source, former Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In executive producer George Schlatter, who said the wacky Johnson was but one of the people who donned the slicker for the oft-repeated tricycle pratfall. According to Schlatter, it was often Johnson, cast mate Alan Sues or one of a variety of assorted cameramen or crew members.

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