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    Santa, baby: Marilyn Monroe posed in her stockings for this seductive 1951 photo. That year she was voted ‘the present all GI’s would like to find in their Christmas stocking’



    Bob Hope  (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003) 

      “For a man who played third billing to Siamese twins and trained seals, Bob Hope has become the most recognized profile and talent in the world. And, in the entire history of show business, no individual has traveled so far — so often — to entertain so many.

    Hope’s entertainment persona has been evident in every decade of the 20th century — from impersonating Charlie Chaplin in front of the firehouse in Cleveland in 1909, to celebrating an unprecedented 60 years with NBC in 1996.”



    The fifth of seven sons, he was born Leslie Townes Hope in Eltham, England on May 29, 1903. His English father, William Henry Hope, was a stonemason — his Welsh mother, Avis Townes Hope, an aspiring concert singer.”



     “In 1940, Hope made his first film with popular crooner Bing Crosby. The pair starred together as a pair of likeable con artists in The Road to Singapore with Dorothy Lamour playing their love interest. The duo proved to be box office gold. Hope and Crosby, who remained lifelong friends, made seven Road pictures together.”




    1988Highway to Heaven (TV series)

    – Heaven Nose, Mister Smith (1988) … Sycopomp
    1986A Masterpiece of Murder (TV movie)
    Dan Dolan

    1985Spies Like Us

    1980The Toni Tennille Show (TV series)

    – Pilot (1980)
    19773 Girls 3 (TV series)

    – Episode #1.1 (1977)
    1969Roberta (TV movie)
    Huckleberry Haines

    1969How to Commit Marriage
    Frank Benson

    1968The Private Navy of Sgt. O’Farrell
    Sgt. Dan O’Farrell

    1968Carnival Nights (TV movie)

    1968Get Smart (TV series)
    Room Service Attendant

    – 99 Loses Control (1968) … Room Service Attendant (uncredited)
    1967The Danny Thomas Hour (TV series)
    Makeup Man

    – The Royal Follies of 1933 (1967) … Makeup Man
    1967Eight on the Lam
    Henry Dimsdale

    1963-1966Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV series)
    George Warren / Horatio Lovelace / Les Haines / …

    – The Blue-Eyed Horse (1966) … Spectator (uncredited)
    – Murder at N.B.C. (1966) … Van Smirtch
    – Russian Roulette (1965) … Les Haines
    – Have Girls, Will Travel (1964) … Horatio Lovelace
    – Her School for Bachelors (1964) … Monte Collins
    1966Hollywood Star Spangled Revue (short)

    1966Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number!
    Thomas J. ‘Tom’ Meade

    1965Magic Mansion (TV series)
    Bob Hope

    – Clowning Around (1965) … Bob Hope
    1965I’ll Take Sweden
    Bob Holcomb

    1962-1964The Jack Benny Program (TV series)
    Bob Hope

    – The Bob Hope Show (1962) … Bob Hope
    1964The Lucy Show (TV series)

    – Lucy and the Plumber (1964) … Irving
    1964Mr. and Mrs. (TV movie)
    Bill Blakley

    1964A Global Affair
    Frank Larrimore

    1963Call Me Bwana

    1961Bachelor in Paradise
    Adam J. Niles

    1960The Facts of Life
    Larry Gilbert

    1959Alias Jesse James
    Milford Farnsworth

    1958Roberta (TV movie)
    Huckleberry Haines

    1958Paris Holiday
    Robert Leslie Hunter

    1957Beau James
    Mayor James J. ‘Jimmy’ Walker

    1956The Charles Farrell Show (TV series)
    Hotel Guest

    – Secrets (1956) … Hotel Guest
    1956The Iron Petticoat
    Major Charles “Chuck” Lockwood

    1956That Certain Feeling
    Francis X. Dignan

    1956Showdown at Ulcer Gulch (short)
    Influential Man

    1955Lux Video Theatre (TV series)
    Lux Video Theatre Guest

    – Forever Female (1955) … Lux Video Theatre Guest
    1954Casanova’s Big Night
    Pippo Popolino

    1953Here Come the Girls
    Stanley Snodgrass

    1953Scared Stiff
    Skeleton (uncredited)

    1953Off Limits
    Wally Hogan

    1951-1953All Star Revue (TV series)
    Guest – Cameo / Guest Comedian

    – Episode #3.26 (1953) … Guest Comedian
    – Episode #2.10 (1951) … Guest – Cameo
    1952The Greatest Show on Earth
    Spectator (uncredited)

    1951My Favorite Spy
    Peanuts White/Eric Augustine

    1951The Lemon Drop Kid
    Sidney Milburn (The Lemon Drop Kid)

    1949The Great Lover
    Freddie Hunter

    1947Where There’s Life
    Michael Joseph Valentine

    1943Let’s Face It
    Jerry Walker

    1943They Got Me Covered
    Robert Kittredge

    1942Bob’s Busy Day (short)

    1941Louisiana Purchase
    Jim Taylor

    1941Nothing But the Truth
    Steve Bennett

    1941Caught in the Draft
    Don Bolton

    1939The Cat and the Canary
    Wally Campbell

    1939Some Like It Hot
    Nicky Nelson

    1939Never Say Die
    John Kidley

    1938/IIThanks for the Memory
    Steve Merrick

    1938Give Me a Sailor
    Jim Brewster

    1938College Swing
    Bud Brady

    1938The Big Broadcast of 1938
    Buzz Fielding

    1936Shop Talk (short)
    Robert Hope Jr.

    1935Double Exposure (short)

    1935Watch the Birdie (short)

    1935Calling All Tars (short)

    1935The Old Grey Mayor (short)

    1934Paree, Paree (short)

    1934Soup for Nuts (short)
    Master of Ceremonies

    1934Going Spanish (short)
       “Hope’s career spanned 60 years (1934 to 1994), and included over 70 films and shorts. He also had many stage appearances, and a large number of television roles. He had a great interest in sport, including golf, boxing, and football—owning a small stake in the Cleveland Indians for most of his professional life. He was married to Grace Troxell from 1933 until 1934, and to Dolores Hope from 1934 until his death.”

       “Hope did many specials for the NBC television network in the following decades, beginning in April 1950. These were often sponsored by General Motors (1955–1961), Chrysler (1963–73) and Texaco (1975–1985), and Hope served as a spokesman for these companies for many years and would sometimes introduce himself as “Bob, from Texaco, Hope.” Hope’s Christmas specials were popular favorites and often featured a performance of “Silver Bells” (from his 1951 film The Lemon Drop Kid) done as a duet with an often much younger female guest star (such as Olivia Newton-JohnBarbara Eden, and Brooke Shields), or with his wife Delores, with whom he dueted on two specials.

    In October 1956, Hope appeared on an episode of the most-viewed program in America at the time, I Love Lucy. He said, upon receiving the script: “What? A script? I don’t need one of these”[cite this quote], and ad-libbed the entire episode. Desi Arnaz said of Hope after his appearance: “Bob is a very nice man, he can crack you up, no matter how much you try for him to not.”[cite this quote] Lucy and Desi returned the favor by appearing on one of his Chevy Show specials (with Vivian Vance and William Frawley) later that season and the former would go on to co-star with Hope in three movies.”



     “Hope’s entertainment persona was evident in every decade of the 20th century — from impersonating Charlie Chaplin in front of the firehouse in Cleveland in 1909, to celebrating an unprecedented 60 years with NBC in 1996″



    Thanks For The Memories Bob.


    Video of the Day

    On the anniversary of Bob Hope’s death we present a preview of our upcoming tribute to one of the worlds greatest entertainers .

    Well deserved praise for a 21st Century Bob Hope from the American Thinker .

    ” With the exceptions of Bob Hope and Martha Raye, there may be no other American entertainer who has served our armed forces more. That person is Gary Sinise,actor, director, producer writer, musician, a bit of a down home, foot-shuffling, aw-shucks guy from the Midwest who has probably spent as much time in war zones as many members of our over-worked military,and certainly more than any Member of Congress. Sinise is one of those rare humans who is easy to sum up in quick terms: a really good guy. Or if you wish to add accolades as I’m sure many in the military would: a really damned good guy, among many other unpublishable terms of praise.”

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