In 1993, Milton Berle co-wrote and starred in a "MATLOCK" television episode, entitled: "The Last Laugh".
Milton played the part of a stand-up comedian, accused of murder.
Picture if you will....
Milton Berle + Andy Griffith sitting in "Matlock's" kitchen, and chatting:
<> Milton says:
So much comes with being famous.
It's like a golden basket filled with all kinds of wonders and goodies.
Glamour, expensive clothes, big cars, big homes, women. So many women.
Then one day, that golden basket is empty.
No spotlights. No TV shows. No women. No nothing.
=> All stolen by time.
You suddenly realize you've gone through the five stages of Show Business.
1- Who's Milton Berle?
2- Get me Milton Berle.
3- Get me a young Milton Berle.
4- Get me a Milton Berle type.
5- Who's Milton Berle?
I want to thank "MTABob" for sharing the above video. (which I borrowed from our "Folk U.S.A." discussion forum)
Thanks a million, Bob. !!! WOW !!!
What we see in the above video, is the finest and the best vocal band of all time:
>>> THE KINGSTON TRIO <<<
BOB SHANE + NICK REYNOLDS + DAVE GUARD
(and lucky for us, when Dave quit, JOHN STEWART saved our Kingstons.)
ps: Glad you're all enjoying the John Stewart Canadian Concert (July 29th, 1995)
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