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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Ruth Buzzi:

Could always make me laugh.

18 comments:

Gilligan said...

Love me some Buzzi.

Also, I'm bestowing great honor on you at Retrospace. Check it out here when you get a chance.

joe said...

Hey thanks Gil. I posted it on my sidebar.

Max Reddick said...

I remember Ruth Buzzi from laugh in. That was an era of classic comedy.

Max Reddick said...

Ruth looks a lot hotter on that picture than I remember her to be.

joe said...

She was funny as the old lady on the bench in Laugh-In.

The Peach Tart said...

She always cracks me up.

joe said...

Yeah, she's one of the best.

Miss Alex said...

Here Here!

Hairball said...

I have a DVD of The North Avenue Irregulars and I love when she's in the car talking on the CB radio!

joe said...

Hairball: I've never seen that. I've never used a CB either.

Keith said...

I know what you mean.

Goggles Piasano Ritardo said...

More like Ruth Bustbe, Id hit that.

joe said...

Keith: You do?? For real? Or are you just saying that.... ;>)

Goggles: I'll be sure to tell her next time I see her..

joe said...

...KIDDING! I've never met the woman, actually. Frankly, I've never met anyone famous..

Hairball said...

Hairball: I've never seen that. I've never used a CB either.

It's a fun flick if you enjoy the 70s era Disney stuff.

My Dad had a CB radio in his car because of his work and he taught me how use it.

Frankly, I've never met anyone famous..

Not even a local celebrity? Years ago, I waited on a local news anchor when I used to work in a clothing store.

joe said...

Well, I painted Norman Mailer's house in Provincetown about 10 years ago, but never met him. Only met his wife, Norris Church Mailer. She was a very nice lady, extremely sophisticated. She's a painter (art), and showed us some of her paintings. She painted a scene of her, Norman and a friend sitting at a bar they frequented in Key West.

Hairball said...

Well, I painted Norman Mailer's house in Provincetown about 10 years ago, but never met him. Only met his wife, Norris Church Mailer. She was a very nice lady, extremely sophisticated. She's a painter (art), and showed us some of her paintings. She painted a scene of her, Norman and a friend sitting at a bar they frequented in Key West.

That's neat!

joe said...

Also, once in Harwich (or was it Dennis) Mass., I was standing in line in front of the former speaker of the house Tip O'Neil at the Ring Bros. produce market. That guy was huge. I didn't talk to him, though.
Now he's dead, so i missed my chance.....

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