‘’A VOICE OF CHEER AND CHEESE’’ ~ ED HERLIHY

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Ed Herlihy (August 14, 1909 – January 30, 1999) was a newsreel 
narrator for Universal-International. His voice was heard in many
films on every subject, making him one of the best-known voices  
in broadcast history. He also was a long-time radio and television
announcer for NBC,  and was briefly interim announcer on The
Tonight Show
in 1962. Ed was also the voice of Kraft Foods radio  
and TV commercials from the 1940s through the early 1980s.

 

Narrator…Ed Herlihy

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JAMES ARNESS ON THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW

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James Arness played Marshall Matt Dillon on the CBS-TV series Gunsmoke for 20 years.

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MISTER ED DEBUTED ON THIS DATE IN 1961

The sitcom was in syndication until July 2, 1961. It then aired on CBS-TV
from October 1, 1961 until February 6, 1966. The show starred Alan
Young as Wilbur Post and Connie Hines as his wife Carol Post. The
horse (Mister Ed) was a Palomino and was voiced by former western 
film star Allan Lane.

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     Shown here are stars Alan Young, Mister Ed, and Connie Hines

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            Allan “Rocky” Lane, the voice of Mister Ed

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WINK MARTINDALE IS 76 TODAY

                       (WINK ON THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW)

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Wink Martindale started his career as DJ at the
age of 17 on WPLI radio in Jackson, Tennessee
and in later years hosted numerous television
game shows.

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TICK – TAC – DOUGH was on NBC from 1956 to
1959 and on CBS from 1978 to 1986.

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