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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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Milton Berle became infamous for breaking both of these rules.
In 1948, the ''Texaco Star Theater'' made its debut on NBC-TV with Milton Berle guest-hosting the first program.
Hunt was a costumer for Columbia Pictures for 15 years, and is most remembered for his work on The Milton Berle Show, Saturday Night Review and the Colgate Comedy Hour, as well as styling such stars as Anne Baxter, Joan Crawford, Eartha Kitt, Ruta Lee and Donna Wynter.
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.
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.
Heeb dug up this Milton Berle cameo from a 1984 episode of Diff'rent Strokes:
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.
is expected to buy a controlling stake in NBC Universal, perhaps as early as this week, bringing the network of Johnny Carson, Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Hope, Milton Berle and Tom Brokaw.
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.
generally-accepted historical picture puts Berle in the position of