Animation – 1984 – Comedian George Carlin – Its No Bullshit

We here at ImaSportsphile feel so fortunate to have the video footage that we have of comedian George Carlin…..for in this man was not only comedic genius….which was delivered in a very intellectual and thought provoking way….and low and behold….up pops this Carlin animation piece titled  Its No Bullshit….cuz in our opinion….this video seen herewith…

TV Ads – 1980 – Singer Patti Caldwell For Her New Album Stretch Marks

Comedian Gilda Radner shows off her comedic genius in this television commercial portrayal of singer Patti Caldwell introducing her new album Stretch Marks…..with such outstanding songs cuts like  F*U*L*L*F*I*L*L*M*E*N*T…..as seen in this video herewith….for Radner was truly a funny lady…..who died from cancer at way too young of an age….while leaving a tremendous legacy of her…

TV Ads – 1979 – Singer Barry White For His Big And Tall That Is All Clothing Stores

NBA legend Bill Russell showed his funny side when he hosted Saturday Night Live in 1979…..as the man with eleven NBA championship rings….for whom the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Trophy is named after…. has a really good sense of humor he exhibited while being SNL’s Host…..as evidenced by this Barry White’s Big and Tall That’s All clothing stores at…

Music – 1980 – The NBC Classical Chorus – A Ship Set To Sea In The Month Of May

Whenever a Monthy Python comedian….like Eric Idle….appeared on Saturday Night Live….the viewing audience was guaranteed to have a very serious skit….that was just funny as all heck….as evidenced by the NBC Classical Chorus skit where Eric Idle (Python) joins Laraine Newman, Jane Curtin and Bill Murray in singing the British round….“A Ship Set To Sea In The…

Music – 1953 – Bob Hope + Rosemary Clooney – You’ve Got Class – From Movie Here Come The Girls

Bob Hope and Rosemary Clooney starred in several movies together during the mid-1950’s…..including White Christmas in 1954…..which is still today an all time favorite holiday movie in 2019….and Here Come The Girls in 1955….so, they were song and dance partners from way back in the day.  In this video herewith….they sing a duet “You’ve Got Class” in a clip…

Music – 1947 – Bob Hope + Bing Crosby + Hollywood Stars – Good Ole Harmony – From Movie Variety Girl

In the 1947 movie Variety Girl….Bob Hope and Bing Crosby got together with a host of hollywood stars to include Dorothy Lamour, Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, William Holden, Barry Fitzgerrald, Diana Lynn, Cass Dailey and many more….as the film raised money for Variety Clubs nurseries, hospitals and schools…. which would eventually help well over 3 million orphan children…

Music – 1982 – Bill Murray – Medley Of Songs – With Proud Mary + Celebrate + Emotional Rescue

Bill Murray is a man of many talents…..who possess comedic genius threaded throughout the characters that he creates in his mind…..and one of our favorites here at ImaSportsphile is his “poor man’s nightclub act”…..with his distinctly “cheezy” and most always somewhat “sleezy” nightclub entertainer / singer / comedian persona…..as seen in this video herewith….when Nick Rivers hits the stage…

Music 1982 Floyd Tillman Slippin Around Sung Live At Austin City Limits

Floyd Tillman was an American country musician…..who helped create the Western swing and honky tonk genres of music in the 1930’s and 1940’s….as “Slippin’ Around“ is a song written and recorded by Tillman in 1949….with the most popular recording being a cover version by Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely….which reached# 1 on the Retail Folk (Country) Best Sellers chart….which is a song about a person cheating on his/her spouse. …

Music – 1983 – American String Quarter – Bartok Concerto For Orchestra – Played On Steve Martin Show

The Concerto for Orchestra is a five-movement orchestral work composed by Béla Bartók in 1943….which is one of his best-known, most popular and most accessible works…..as we at ImaSportsphile are quite sure that Bartok never expected his music composition to ever be feature on a Steve Martin made for TV comedy show…..especially with the comedian accompanying the classical piece with…