Art Carney

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  • Birth Name: Arthur William Matthew Carney
  • Birth Place: Mount Vernon, NY
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 11/04/1918, Scorpio
  • Date of Death: 11/09/2003
  • Profession: Actor; comedian
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VIDEO: Confessions of a Nervous Man

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Confessions of a Nervous Man
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Length: 59:45
Aired: 11/30/1953

A comedy documentary about how Broadway playwright George Axelrod’s life changed after the release of his wildly successful play, “The Seven Year Itch.” The production stars Art Carney as Axelrod and features Jacqueline Susann and Barbara Nichols. watch

VIDEO: Safety for the Witness

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Length: 25:57
Aired: 11/23/1958

A man witnesses a murder by two gangsters. watch

The Honeymooners' Frank Marth Dies at 91

Frank Marth, who had several background roles on The Honeymooners and also starred in numerous films, died Sunday of congestive heart failure and Alzheimer's disease at his home in Rancho Mirage, Calif., according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 91.

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Firestarter
Roadie (Exclusive Clip)
Today in History for November 9th
Harry And Tonto (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Thinking About Lear

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A Big Finish
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Episode 20
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Walk the Straight and Narrow
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Shoot a Crooked Arrow

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Credits

Year Title Description
2008 The Car That Became a Star TV Show Series, Appearing
2001 Honeymooners TV Show Series, Actor - Ed Norton
1993 Last Action Hero Movie, Actor - Frank
1986 The Cavanaughs TV Show Series, Actor - James Cavanaugh
1984 Firestarter Movie, Actor - Irv Manders

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Jane Kean, Star of Honeymooners Revival, Dies at 90

Jane Kean, best known for playing Trixie opposite Jackie Gleason on a revival of The Honeymooners, has died, The Associated Press reports. She was 90.

She died Tuesday at Providence Medical Center in Burbank, Calif., where she had .... read more

The Color Honeymooners - Collection 4 Announced

New releases announced today, April 18:The Color Honeymooners - Collection 4 will be coming out August 26 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items. read more

I'm looking for a movie I ...

Question: I'm looking for a movie I loved as a kid in which a family lives at the North Pole and is involved with drilling for oil. They find that they're right next to Santa's workshop and that the drilling is killing the North Pole; there may be no more Santa or elves if they can't stop the destruction. It isn’t animated and was always aired on one of the networks 10 or so years ago, but the movie itself might be older.


Answer: That sounds like the made-for-TV movie The Night They Saved Christmas (1984), directed by Jackie Cooper, in which professional oil rigger Paul Le Mat is warned by someone who claims to be Santa’s head elf (Paul Williams) that if he doesn't stop dynamiting the ice fields, th read more

What was the first prime-time ...

Question: What was the first prime-time cartoon?


Answer: Assuming you mean the first prime-time animated network series, Ralph, that would be ABC's legendary Flintstones, which ran for six years beginning in September 1960 (and has been repeated in more places and at more times than I could begin to count). The show pioneered the half-hour animated comedy on network TV, and enjoyed a wave of merchandise sales decades before anyone ever threw on a Bart Simpson "Don't have a cow, man!" T-shirt.

The Flintstones was the fourth animated series created by William Hanna and Joe Barbera (after Ruff and Reddy, Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw, all of which were either Saturday-morning or syndicated offerings). And according to Barbera, read more

Question: Just out of ...

Question: Just out of curiosity, were Jack Klugman and Tony Randall anything like their Odd Couple characters? I mean, was Klugman that big a slob and was Randall that fussy? Thanks for answering this. — Robbie R., Charlotte, N.C. Televisionary: I can't say if Klugman was as much of a slob as sportswriter Oscar Madison, who he played on the hit ABC comedy from September 1970 to July 1975, but I can say that at the time, at least, he shared the character's deeply rumpled look. In fact, he said he couldn't shake it if he tried — and try he did. Take the time he met with the Odd Couple producers to sign his first contract and showed up in a sports coat and slacks. "That's great," they said when they saw him. "We've been looking all over for this kind of sloppy stuff. It's classic. We'll buy it from you." Which would've been fine, except the coat was new and Klugman considered the pants t read more

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