Television In The 1950s

The 1950s are often called The “First Golden Era” of Television! From “I Love Lucy” to Edward R. Murrow, Sid Caesar to live dramas weekly, to game shows, Gunsmoke, and soap operas, the 1950s were the incubator of modern television. … Continue reading

Carol Burnett – Queen Of Comedy

  Carol Burnett is one of the funniest women ever to star on television.  And on Broadway. And in films.  She is also, by reputation, one of the nicest, most thoughtful and highly respected women in the entire history of … Continue reading

Carol Burnett – Queen Of Comedy

  Carol Burnett is one of the funniest women ever to star on television.  And on Broadway. And in films.  She is also, by reputation, one of the nicest, most thoughtful and highly respected women in the entire history of … Continue reading

The Many Faces of Danny Kaye

Danny Kaye

The Many Faces of Danny Kaye He was a brilliant comic. He sang well enough to do duets with Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, and even Beverly Sills. he danced beautifully with Vera Ellen, often considered the best technical dancer in … Continue reading