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edward 🤬⚾️🏈 Jan 23
I am proud of my corks...LOL
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Ernie Kovacs Jul 3
The things you find in the archive.
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Christine Jan 23
Happy birthday , American comedian, actor, and writer (died 1962).
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Real Ernie Kovacs Sep 11
Save the dates! 10/24 Chicago! 10/25 Minneapolis!
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edward 🤬⚾️🏈 Jan 23
almost like experimental film making
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Joserra Otegi Mar 20
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Edie Adams Aug 26
“Come right in folks! See Ernie Kovacs at 10:30am!”
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Pat McCurry Jan 23
This is some surreal stuff
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Pat McCurry Jan 23
Well, now I know where David Letterman got his inspiration from.
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Cosmos Mariner Jan 23
Replying to @echidnabot
This is what I got when I searched for a Nairobi Trio gif.
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edward 🤬⚾️🏈 Jan 23
I wonder how many people first watched this and thought their TVs were broken
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Cosmos Mariner Jan 23
"More proof that corks really work." I'm still not convinced.
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Michael Esposito Music Jan 23
Jan23,1919 RIP. comedian, actor, and writer. His comedic style influence numerous TV shows
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Edie Adams Sep 2
Edie’s preservation efforts of the archive will be on display Tues. Sept. 17 at as Kovacs is lauded by in person as a influence. Wish she could see how her hard work pays off yet again.
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Alan Hait Jan 23
This cork “commercial” is as fresh today as if it were on SNL this week
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Scott Lasley Jan 24
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Nat Geo Education Jan 23
"Television is a medium, so called because it is neither rare nor well-done." —, born 1919
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Sergio Rodríguez Jan 23
1919 Strangers When We Meet, 1960, directed by Richard Quine. Kirk Douglas and Ernie Kovacs. “Breakfast” scene.
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gurlinthewurld Jan 23
the dramatic scenes are more interesting, the camera's depth of field
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Real Ernie Kovacs Sep 20
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