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Reminder: Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold Perform Tomorrow Night, Sept 28, White Plains


Reminder: Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold Perform Tomorrow Night, Sept 28, White Plains – Video Included

Bruce Vilanch and Judy Gold Perform Tomorrow Night, Sept 28, White Plains - Video Included

An Evening with BRUCE VILANCH and JUDY GOLD = Laughter & Fun – A Comedy Double Header

Oscar audiences will know Bruce Vilanch’s hysterical, Emmy Award-winning writing for hosts Billy Crystal, Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin and other hosts for more than 20 years. He’s written many other award shows, television series, and variety specials. His stand-up comedy routine draws on his years of being a Hollywood insider.

Judy Gold is also an Emmy Award-winning actress and comedian, best known as the star of her two critically acclaimed, long-running Off-Broadway hit shows, including “25 Questions for a Jewish Mother.”
Together,

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Video: Bruce Vilanch on “The Paul Lynde Halloween Special”

The Paul Lynde Halloween Special is a Halloween-themed television special starring Paul Lynde broadcast October 29, 1976, on ABC. It featured guest stars Margaret Hamilton in the first reprisal of her role as the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. Also, guest starring is Billie Hayes as Witchiepoo from H.R. Pufnstuf, Tim Conway, Roz Kelly, Florence Henderson, rock band Kiss, Billy Barty as Gallows the Butler, Betty White and, in an unbilled surprise appearance, Donny and Marie Osmond. The special aired only once.

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Video: Eartha Kitt — Where Is My Man – Writers – Bruce Vilanch, Jacques Morali, Fred Zarr

Eartha Kitt — Where Is My Man  is a song from 1983 by the American singer and actress Eartha Kitt, which appeared on her 1984 album I Love Men. The song was co-written by comedy writer Bruce Vilanch along with musicians and producers Fred Zarr and Jacques Morali.

The song was first released in France as a single where it was wildly successful. The song features Kitt singing in a low, seductive-sounding voice. Included in the song are some sounds that have come to be associated with Kitt, including a purring sound similar to one she made while portraying Catwoman on the 1960s TV series Batman.

Where Is My Man?
(Writers: Bruce Vilanch, Jacques Morali, Fred Zarr)

I don’t wanna be alone – where is my baby
I don’t wanna be alone – where is my man
I spend hours by the phone – where is my baby
I chew my fingers to the bone – where is my man
I need a man who can take me then tount me and make me
Buy the things that I so richly deseerrve.
A man who knows what I require
the things that I desire
Is there anyone out there who has the neerrve
I spend hours by the phone – where is my baby
I chew my fingers to the bone – where is my man

Where is my baby? He can’t be far.
Look for an Ascot
a big cigar
tell him to find me
Send his car to this address
I have to stress I need him now.

I don’t wanna be alone – where is my baby
I don’t wanna be alone – where is my man
The kind of man that I adore’s the kind of man that gives me more
Of all the better things in life that aren’t free.
Such things as summer by the sea
the Hamptons
Malibu
Capri.

The kind of man
Who comes alive
When he comes near Rodeo Drive
Is the kind of man
Who winds my heart
With style and class.

You know I’ve tried
Some other men
The kind with zeros
Less than ten
But everytime I grab
The ring it’s always brass.

I don’t wanna be alone –
Where is my baby
I don’t wanna be alone
Where is my baby……..

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Video: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2018) Trailer

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The Fabulous Allan Carr (2018) documentary trailer, feat. Allan Carr, Bruce Vilanch, Sherry Lansing, Lorna Luft, Jeanne Wolf, and more, about the decadent lifestyle of cultural LGBT and Hollywood icon and hit filmmaker Allan Carr.

Documentarian Jeffrey Schwarz (VITO, I AM DIVINE, TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL, etc.) explores the decadence of 70’s and 80’s of Hollywood and the flamboyant producer, TV personality Allan Carr who brought sensations like GREASE and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES to the world and debacles like CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC and the ’89 Academy Awards with Snow White! With a loaded Rolodex and a secluded Benedict Canyon residence, with its own disco, Allan Carr threw the Hollywood Parties that defined the 1970’s.

Director: Jeffrey Schwarz
Stars: Allan Carr, Bruce Vilanch, Jeanne Wolf, Tom Hanks, Michelle Pfeiffer, Goldie Hawn, more.

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