Frases de Fred Allen
Fecha de nacimiento: 31. Mayo 1894
Fecha de muerte: 17. Marzo 1956
Fred Allen fue un humorista estadounidense cuyo programa radiofónico le convirtió en uno de los más populares de la llamada era clásica de la radio americana. Se hizo famoso por sus números con el actor Jack Benny. Sus interpretaciones influyeron en humoristas tales como Stan Freberg. Wikipedia
Frases Fred Allen
„All the sincerity in Hollywood you could stuff in a flea's navel and still have room left to conceal eight caraway seeds and an agent's heart.“
From a lost letter to Kenny Delmar quoted in Earl Wilson's syndicated column (May 1959).
Reported in Steven D. Price, 1001 Greatest Things Ever Said About California (2007), p. viii.
„A molehill man is a pseudo-busy executive who comes to work at 9 am and finds a molehill on his desk. He has until 5 pm to make this molehill into a mountain. An accomplished molehill man will often have his mountain finished even before lunch.“
Treadmill to Oblivion http://books.google.com/books?id=8IC6ZSGPAAYC&q="A+molehill+man+is+a+pseudo+busy+executive+who+comes+to+work+at+9+am+and+finds+a+molehill+on+his+desk+He+has+until+5+pm+to+make+this+molehill+into+a+mountain+An+accomplished+molehill+man+will+often+have+his+mountain+finished+even+before+lunch"&pg=PA27#v=onepage (1954).
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Attributed by Robert Lemke in The Sunday Press (Binghamton, NY), “Rock ‘n Roll ‘Musically Horrid” Says Ex-2-a-Dayer,” pg. 2-C, col. 1 (9 August 1959)
As quoted in Always On Sunday. Ed Sullivan: An Inside View (1968) by Michael David Harris; reproduced in "Sunday Marks Ed Sullivan's 20th Anniversary on TV," https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/82860831/ The San Antonio Express (June 16, 1968), p. 117
„I'm a little hoarse tonight. I've been living in Chicago for the past two months, and you know how it is, yelling for help on the way home every night. Things are so tough in Chicago that at Easter time, for bunnies the little kids use porcupines.“
Much Ado About Me (1956).
As quoted in Always On Sunday. Ed Sullivan: An Inside View (1968)