8 thoughts on “ Whats My Line - Kermit Schafer - The Best Of...Bloopers-Radio And Televisions Most Hilarious Boners (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. OTR usually means radio broadcasting from the golden age of radio, mostly before These shows from the pre-television age include adventure, comedies, mystery shows, western dramas and shows from World War II. These programs feature the best talent of the day and were broadcast nearly as widely as cable programs today.
  2. Nov 18,  · Last minutes of Side One. All rights from Jubilee Records belong to Warner Music Inc.
  3. Kermit Schafer Radio and TV Producer - Pardon My Blooper! - An Album of Radio and Tv's Most Hilarious Boners - Volume 2, 12" Full Lp Jubilee Pmb2 - harwingsimpricktogoldcapoforjoeprudlet.coinfo Music5/5(1).
  4. Apr 27,  · During the 17 year run of "What's My Line?" on CBS from to , the audience lived through the sad passings of panelists Fred Allen in .
  5. Super Bloopers Vol.1, an Album by Kermit Schafer. Released in on K-tel (catalog no. NC; Vinyl LP).
  6. Dec 04,  · You Bet Your Life # Lari Lane, the Boom Boom Girl (Secret word 'Roof', Nov 13, ) - Duration: Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life , views.
  7. They are flubs, unintended double entendres, and other hilarious moments collected from back when many broadcasts on radio and TV were live. This makes these humorous moments spontaneously funny. The records include background narrative by the late Kermit Schafer, which sets the bloopers in context and makes them even funnier.5/5(1).
  8. A writer and producer named Kermit Schafer was among the first to stumble onto this concept, popularizing “bloopers” from radio in the 40’s and 50’s. The concept of bloopers soon became popular as a filler item on TV talk shows and occasionally under the credits of the shows the bloopers came from.

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