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Michael Warburton May 6
“There was no in-between in my neighbourhood, you either grew up and got the chair or became a judge." The late great PHIL SILVERS interviewed by Michael Parkinson in 1973.
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🅱️RIFF🅰️ Sep 19
1955📺'The Phil Silvers Show' debut. The fast talking, quick thinking, ever scheming Sgt Ernest - one of the greatest comedy characters. Proving that great scripts, allied to the perfect actor for the perfect character, is enduringly ageless.
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CyInTheSky Mar 30
Let's find out what will happen to and the playing victim Ctto.
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Matt Richardson Mar 25
I really need to visit once the word returns to normal - and stand jaw agape in front of the original pencil art for the animated Bilko titles, along with all the other goodies here!! :
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Atlantis Nov 17
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Michael Warburton May 16
THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (1955-59)
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Kist Emanel Mar 30
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Åndrew Rußell Apr 6
On the subject. The museum is well worth your attention.
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A Star's Wish Mar 31
You don't get to play the victim card when you created other victims, too.
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Phil Silvers Archive Oct 17
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nicojr Mar 30
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Phil Silvers Archive Oct 12
Secured for the Museum 4 years ago. This gorgeous original art by the hugely talented Drew Friedman is #1 of just 15 pieces and on permanent display for all to see! 👓
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Phil Silvers Archive Oct 12
From the : Phil adorns the front cover of TV Mirror and Disc News - No. 257, 26 July, 1958. 👓
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Phil Silvers Archive Oct 18
2020 has been a thoroughly horrendous year and shows little sign of abating. Good comedy and a covid safe visit to Phil's Museum will always lift your spirits... 😁
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Robert Ross Apr 24
What a glorious photograph. Oh, to have seen that production! Anyone? Please do support the archive. needs you! 👊🏻
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Michael Warburton Sep 6
A 22yr old ALAN ALDA makes his screen debut on THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (1958)
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P on Trends Mar 31
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Ron Rimando Mar 30
Hahahaha updating myself
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Jim Davie Apr 20
These beauties getting me through the lockdow.
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Phil Silvers Archive Oct 19
Great post. With this perpetual madness we're all engulfed in, is the answer! 👓
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