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Berle

 (bûrl), Milton Originally Milton Berlinger. 1908-2002.
American entertainer and comedian. His television series Texaco Star Theater (1948-1956) earned him the name "Mr. Television."

Berle

(bɜrl)
n.
Milton, born 1908, U.S. comedian.
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TV Show) That's All Right (Mama)(Studio Recording) Hound Dog (Milton Berle TV Show) I Want You, I Need You, I Love You (Steve Allen TV Show) Blue Suede Shoes (Studio Recording over Screen Test) Love Me Tender (Love Me Tender Movie) Heartbreak Hotel (Milton Berle TV Show) Ready Teddy (Ed Sullivan TV Show) Teddy Bear (Loving You Movie) King Creole (King Creole Movie) Jailhouse Rock (Jailhouse Rock Movie) Guitar Man (Elvis - Comeback Special) Suspicious Minds (Elvis - That's The Way It Is) Unchained Melody (Elvis In Concert) All Shook Up (Elvis - Comeback Special)
Drawing on some previous work, (1) I will present the New Deal mindset through the lens of the writings of Adolf Berle, one of its architects.
The names I think are (from left): Back row - Berle Rusby, Jean Hodgson, Janet Matthews, Maralyn Rusby, Marilyn Crossland, Margaret Matthews, Denise Blacker.
He starred as Frank Sinatra's sidekick in the 1955 movie The Man With The Golden Arm and played alongside Milton Berle on radio and TV in the 1950s.
On his 1950s TV show, Milton Berle jokingly called himself "Uncle Miltown," in praise of the drug that helped him cope with a stressful career.
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US district judge Berle Schiller rejected the bank's plea that the lawsuit could not be continued because the statute of limitations had expired on the claims.
In 1948, the ''Texaco Star Theater'' made its debut on NBC-TV with Milton Berle guest-hosting the first program.
Either Bill Berle and his buddies in the experimental aircraft association came through for these kids at the last minute, or it was back to the beach or a hot, crowded afternoon at Disneyland again for their field trip.
Berle died last week at age 69 as a result of injuries sustained during the accidental collapse of a barn on his Stockbridge, Massachusetts property several months ago.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle yesterday rejected a motion from Narain to dismiss the actor's law-suit.
Strathairn's Murrow is a man willing to make compromises, signing loyalty oaths and interviewing Liberace and Mickey Rooney, but also enough of an idealist to inspire his colleagues and to believe his industry and nation are capable of more than Milton Berle or Joe McCarthy.