Kaye Ballard

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VIDEO: Byline Alias Doris

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Byline Alias Doris
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Length: 24:06
Aired: 3/12/1973

Scotty, a co-worker of Doris’ at Today’s World magazine takes credit for her work. watch

VIDEO: Welcome to Big Sur

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Welcome to Big Sur
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Length: 24:07
Aired: 3/5/1973

A romantic weekend for Doris and Jonathan turns into a double date with Jackie and her boyfriend. watch

VIDEO: Welcome to Big Sur

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Welcome to Big Sur
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Length: 24:07
Aired: 3/5/1973

A romantic weekend for Doris and Jonathan turns into a double date with Jackie and her boyfriend. watch

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Baby Geniuses
Ava's Magical Adventure
Which Way To The Front?
The Modern Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

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Meant for Each Other
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The Magnificent Fraud

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Credits

Year Title Description
2009 Make 'Em Laugh TV Show Series, Remarks by
2004 Broadway Movie, Actor
1999 The Million Dollar Kid Movie, Actor - Mrs. Crabby
1999 Baby Geniuses Movie, Actor - Mayor
1998 The Modern Adventures Of Tom Sawyer Movie, Actor - Mrs. Grumpy Old Man

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When I was a kid, my family ...

Question: When I was a kid, my family used to always watch Perry Como Christmas specials. We loved them every year. But one thing I was never able to figure out: Who was he? Did he have his own show or something?


Answer: Not only did he have his own show, Kenny, he had several (both radio and TV), not to mention a long, successful music career. Matter of fact, Como's life in the biz was remarkable for precisely the reason you give: Like the Energizer bunny, he kept going, and going, and going — well into the rock-and-roll era, when many other crooners like him had long faded into obscurity.

Como started out, interestingly enough, as a barber when he was still in high school, but was already singing at weddings even then. In 1933 he began singing in bands and built enough of a following (and enough hit records) that NBC hired him to cohost The Chesterfield Supper Club radio show, which moved to TV in 1 read more

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