Ed McMahon


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  • Birth Name: Edward Leo Peter McMahon Jr.
  • Birth Place: Detroit, MI
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 03/06/1923, Pisces
  • Date of Death: 06/23/2009
  • Profession: TV host
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TV's 60 Greatest Catchphrases

These indelible and infinitely quotable words spoken by our favorite TV characters and personalities are forever etched in our brains. Not that there's anything wrong with that...read more

VIDEO: Treehouse of Horror IX

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Treehouse of Horror IX
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Length: 20:14:29
Aired: 10/25/1998

In “Hell Toupee,” the hairpiece of a condemned man wreaks havoc on Springfield. Bart and Lisa enter an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon in “The Terror of Tiny Toon.” And the Simpsons learn the surprising truth about who fathered Maggie in “Starship Poopers.” watch

VIDEO: Halloween - The Final Chapter

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Halloween - The Final Chapter
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Length: 22:00
Aired: 10/31/1995

During a seance, Dan evolves into the spirit of Elvis. Jackie and Roseanne take turns terrorizing each other with scary memories from their childhood. And a bizarre parade of trick-or-treaters, including Ed McMahon, begin appearing at the Conners' doorstep. Then right in the middle of the festivities, Roseanne is rushed to the hospital. The baby is about to arrive, but first, in a drug-induced haze, Roseanne is contacted by the spirit of Jerry Garcia. watch


Jerry Lewis Remembers Ed McMahon
The Last Remake Of Beau Geste
The Weather Man
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The Weather Man
Bewitched (2005)

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That 80's Show: Road Trip
Prelude To A Kiss
Treehouse of Horror IX
Halloween - The Final Chapter

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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2008 Jerry Lewis Telethon TV Show Series, Host
2007 Jerry Lewis Telethon TV Show Series, Host
2006 Jerry Lewis Telethon TV Show Series, Host
2005 The Weather Man Movie, Actor - Himself
2005 Bewitched Movie, Actor - Himself

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Monday TV: Remembering Johnny, Smash Finale, House

Imagine a TV world where the late-night comedy audience is not fragmented in a clutter of Dave or Jay or Stewart/Colbert, Conan, the Jimmys and Craig. read more

Dick Clark Dies at Age 82

Dick Clark, the legendary radio and television personality who hosted American Bandstand and Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, has died. He was 82.

Clark died after suffering a massive heart attack, his rep said in a statement to The New York Times.

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Not only was Clark an enduring presence in front of TV cameras for six-plus decades, he was a power behind them as a producer and head of Dick Clark Productions.

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Our Favorite Johnny Carson Moments

To celebrate what would have been Johnny Carson's 85th birthday, let's look back at some of the late-night king's greatest moments. From his outrageous characters to his winning banter with sidekick Ed McMahon to even a few emotional moments, heeeeeere's our favorites!

The Tomahawk Toss

On April 25, 1965, actor Ed Ames stopped by The Tonight Show to promote the TV show Daniel Boone, on which Ames played a Native American named Mingo. Carson asked Ames to demonstrate his tomahawk-throwing skills, and Ames' first toss landed squarely on the silhouette target's crotch. The instant classic moment was marked by uproarious laughter, which only worsened when Carson quipped, "I didn't even know you were Jewish!" ... read more

Johnny Carson Website Being Enhanced for Fans

Johnny Carson — the longtime King of Late Night — can reign again with a bigger presence on the Web than ever before, The Associated Press reports.

The full Carson collection, which reaches back to October 1962, has been restored, digitized, annotated and transcribed for viewers on... read more

Castle Takes a Playful Stab at the Late-Night Wars

Castle playfully asks the question: What would have happened if the recent late-night wars resulted in murder?

Castle renewed for third season

When Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) appears to promote his latest novel on a talk show hosted by Bobby Mann (guest star Tom Bergeron), Mann tells Castle that somebody wants him put him off the air permanently... read more

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