Wednesday, July 7, 2010

What's My Line?

Throughout most of my life, I've been a huge fan of the old show Whose Line Is It Anyway. Looking at a few of those clips, I fell across these clips from a much older show. I think, after exploring, I might have to put this one on the same favorites list. I'd never heard of it until this afternoon. So many famous names!

They are all so proper and polite, and still so funny... I wish I was alive in a world like this. You don't find shows like this anymore. I have been a huge fan of the classics most of my life, from musicals to Andy Griffith to Lucille Ball... all of the TV Land personalities. I idolize so many of these people. I am so glad that I found this.


I'm sorry I put up so many... but I just couldn't pick and choose with these! And there were more, like the original Von Trapp Family children from Broadway, or the panel's husbands and wives...

Anyway, I just wanted to share what I had discovered.

10 comments:

M-Cat said...

Just seeing a picture of the Colonel makes me think of Mike Myers and the movie "So I married an Axe Murderer" LOL

FabuLeslie said...

They certainly are from another lifetime.

Teachinfourth said...

Wow, I remember a few of those folks from reruns of their shows...

Cheeseboy said...

The "old" show Who's line is it Anyway? HA HA! That made me laugh. It came out AFTER I got home from my mission.

Now I am not laughing, I just feel old.

I've heard of this show, but never seen any clips. I am checking them out now...

Crazy Shenanigans said...

I love seeing clips from old shows like this!!

Sue said...

My whole family used to watch What's My Line together. And it was a GREAT show!

=)

ScoMan said...

At first I was like "I didn't realise Whose Line ran all the way back to black and white TV days. The first I knew of it was that pommy bloke.".. but no, this isn't Whose Line.

But look at the names. Walt Disney, Barbara Streisand.. I guess Whose Line did get Robin Williams, but still.

tammy said...

Love these! Thanks for posting them. I'm a huge fan of the oldies too. My favorite things to watch are I Love Lucy, The Dick Van Dyke show and old Doris Day movies. Love everything about that era.

tammy said...

Okay, I just watched a few more. Isn't it fun to see Barbra Streisand before she was so famous? And the clothing - wow. I want to wear dresses like that.

Michelle O'ski said...

awesome!!

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