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The Carol Burnett Show season 1, episode 6 - Carol Burnett and Judge Phyllis Diller

The Carol Burnett Show Bobbie Gentry and Phyllis Diller

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The Carol Burnett Show Bobbie Gentry and Phyllis Dillerseason 1 episode 6

The Carol Burnett Show Bobbie Gentry and Phyllis Diller – It’s disorder in the court when guest Phyllis Diller presides over a murder trial. Other segments include an outrageous take on “Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde” and Bobbie Gentry singing “The Look Of Love.”

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The Public Enemy

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The Public Enemy (1931), starring James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Mae Clarke

Synopsis of The Public Enemy

In The Public Enemy, Oscar-winner James Cagney (“Yankee Doodle Dandy,” “Angels with Dirty Faces“) became a superstar with his gritty performance as a prohibition-era Irish-American street punk who tries to make it big in Chicago’s organized crime world. Features the famous grapefruit-in-your-face scene with co-star Mae Clark (“Frankenstein“). Co-starring the original Blonde Bombshell, Jean Harlow (“Dinner at Eight“). Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time. Inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry.

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Two Sleepy People

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Song lyrics to “Two Sleepy People” (1938) music by Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Frank Loesser.

Two Sleepy People was written for the Bob Hope / Shirley Ross movie, Thanks for the Memory. The song tells of a young couple in love, who despite being sleepy, sit up together until dawn because they do not want to say good night and separate.

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The Five Doctors

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The Five Doctors (1983) starring William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison

Doctor Who: The Five Doctors – an unknown nemesis kidnaps all five versions of The Doctor, two force them to breach Rassilon’s tomb for the secret of immortality. But as the old saying goes, be careful what you wish for …

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Hugo (2011)

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Set in 1930s Paris, Hugo is the story of an orphan living in a train station, wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father & an automaton.

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Things to Come

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Things to Come (1936) is H. G. Welles’ interpretation of his book, a Utopian future where war & poverty are wiped out. Starring Raymond Massey.

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