The Groucho Marx Show: American Television Quiz Show – Door / Food Episodes

Contestant teams usually consisted of one male and one female, most selected from the studio audience. More Groucho: …


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  1. Strange how young people looked so much older in those days. Was it because they had to work harder or had to take on more responsibility? Or is the human gene pool so watered-down nowadays that people are just not developing physically the way they used to? Perhaps we are evolving into something more impish? Or maybe it's all the chemicals in our food. Or maybe we're not smoking enough. Further study is needed on this issue. I'll look for some more episodes of You Bet Your Life. Thanks for these. Groucho rules!

  2. 31:39  Helen Schwartz Mother of Tony Curtis

    Tony Curtis
    AKA Bernard Schwartz

    Born: 3-Jun-1925
    Birthplace: New York City
    Died: 29-Sep-2010
    Location of death: Las Vegas, NV
    Cause of death: Heart Failure
    Remains: Buried, Palm Mortuary & Cemetery, Las Vegas, NV

    Gender: Male
    Religion: Jewish
    Race or Ethnicity: White
    Sexual orientation: Bisexual [1]
    Occupation: Actor

    Nationality: United States
    Executive summary: Some Like It Hot

    Military service: US Navy (WWII)

    After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, Tony Curtis took advantage of the GI Bill to study drama. He earned good reviews in an off-Broadway production of Golden Boy, and was almost immediately offered a contract with Universal Studios.

    His first film was the 1949 noir classic Criss Cross with Burt Lancaster and Yvonne De Carlo, and his first leading role was The Prince Who Was a Thief with Piper Laurie. Classic films include Sweet Smell of Success with Lancaster again, The Defiant Ones with Sidney Poitier, Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot with Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe, and Spartacus with Kirk Douglas. Curtis played Albert DeSalvo in The Boston Strangler and Harry Houdini in Houdini with Janet Leigh (his first wife). On TV, he starred in The Persuaders with Roger Moore, and Vega$ with Robert Urich.

    In 1970, he was arrested at Heathrow Airport with a small amount of marijuana, and in later years he snorted cocaine with his daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis. In subsequent decades he said he was clean and sober, and there were no further arrests.

  3. That's an old 25 too,…
    Back then, did people tend to look 10 years older by current standards as of 2013?
    No surgery having been done with this current frame reference being used.

  4. Whoa…please don't do that…Rickles is the last of the Mohicans….he knew and ran with all the greats, and he is great in his own right…"unfunny" would never be an adjective I would attach to Don…a true American original….

  5. I wish I could blow you off with some mean comment, but you are correct. I have been trying to get people to understand what is going on since before the 2008 election, and everybody pooh poohs me like I am insane. Unfortunately, when the time comes when they realize that I was right, they, or myself, will have been decapitated and I won't get to say "I told you so, you Morons!!!!"

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