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Bob Hope: His Classic Television Performances

Bob Hope is hands-down the most acclaimed, honored and versatile entertainer in show business history. During his seventy-plus years in the entertainment industry, Hope earned more than two thousand awards and recognitions for his various professional and humanitarian work, including an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II, a Congressional Gold Medal from President Kennedy, the Medal of Freedom from President Johnson, and fifty-four honorary doctorates. Hope's Christmas specials, USO shows, radio and television programs, and regular appearances on numerous sitcoms and variety shows have some of the highest ratings of any primetime telecasts. Because of this well-deserved praise, it is difficult to choose only a few television appearances as the "Best Of" Hope's career. Instead, it is better to look at the huge variety of shows Hope appeared on and why this versatile performer became America's most beloved entertainer. Born in England May 29, 1903, Hope and his family traveled to America in 1908 aboard...

 


Top 5 Most Famous Cartoon Mascots

A cartoon mascot is a great for a company to build brand recognition through their advertising. A mascot allows a company to basically display it's personality in values for the entire world to see in a fun and related form. Mascots can continue to grow and develop through the times right alongside the company, giving people something that they can always relate to. Below you'll find a list, in no particular order, of some of the most famous and memorable cartoon mascots to ever exist.1. Mr. CleanA lot of people think that the idea behind Mr. Clean is that he's some sort of 'cleaning genie' -given his single ear-ring, folded arms, and seemingly magical cleaning powers. However, he was actually based on a United States naval officer. This character is memorable for his muscled physique, friendly smile and, of course, ability to clean dirt and grime.2. Tony the TigerOriginally designed in 1952, Tony the Tiger is one of the most prominent among the many different breakfast cereal related characters. His catchphr...

 


Classic Television Moments With Johnny Carson

The 30-year run of Johnny Carson as host of The Tonight Show was both memorable and historic. It was the setting for a number of classic TV moments remembered by television watchers of several generations. Though many people remember Carson for his hilarious characters and skits, he was not one to shy away from controversial topics when it was something that he truly believed in. Many of his best-known moments have been captured on various classic TV DVD's, enabling fans of Carson to watch their favorite bits over and over again. One of Johnny Carson's best known moments, one that demonstrated to the world just how quick his wit really was, happened two years after he began his run on The Tonight Show. On April 29, 1965, Ed Ames of the Daniel Boone television series was Carson's guest. Ames was demonstrating how to throw a tomahawk using a wooden silhouette of a man, and when he threw the tomahawk it landed squarely in the silhouette's crotch. As the crowd laughed, Carson quipped, "I didn't even know you wer...

 




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