Newsday TV Book, June 4-10, 1972.
Don Rickles, who looked like brown egg even back then, shows his exasperation with a lousy script on the cover of this 1972 Newsday TV book. The interview inside was done at the Westbury Music Fair, where he asked one audience member if he had a yard... because his wife was a dog. Oh, Don! It's Long Island, of course he has a yard.
Did Englebert Humperdinck? Can Eve Plumb? Does Mike "Touch" Connors? Find out today in TV Line!
First rule of old-school comedy: The bigger the hat, the funnier the gag. Ladies and gentlemen, Art Carney, the funniest man of the seventies.
Even disguised as a haystack, Melba Moore cannot escape the advances of future minister Clifton Davis.
Obscure Long Island Advertising Character: The O-Co-Nee Indian! (And the men who will do the job for you. The women don't count.)
Remember "The Bold Ones?" Carol Wayne? Will Geer? Burl Ives? Then why the hell are you reading this?
A not-especially-interesting Viskupic pic for the 104th Belmont Stakes at Elmont, but any Viskupic is better than none, I always say...
An appropriately boring back cover for a boring issue. Although it's always nice to see an ad with a giant blurb enthusing "soot free!"