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Books: Charlie's Sister

KNOCK WOOD Candice Bergen Simon & Schuster; 356 pages; $15.95 Memoirs of movie actresses are expected to be long on gossip, short on wit and veracity, and...

Radio: Cultivated Groaner

(See Cover) During the past seven years Edgar Bergen has made himself a national figure largely by talking to himself. He has done this with the aid of an...

Milestones, Oct. 9, 1978

MARRIED. Susan O'Neill, 32, daughter of Congressman Tip O'Neill, Speaker of the House, and sister of Massachusetts Lieut. Governor Thomas P. O'Neill III; and...

Radio: Judy for Punch

Charley McCarthy is in for trouble. On Sept. 3 on the Chase & Sanborn program (NBC, Sun., 8-8:30 p.m. E.W.T.) Charley will be introduced to the first wooden...

Show Business: The Princess Who Belched

"She's got an indiscreet voice," I remarked. 'Its full of—" I hesitated. "Her voice is full of money," he said suddenly. That was it. I'd never understood...

Radio: Man & Moppet

The rogue most beloved in the U. S. is a precocious, conceited, impertinent, fast-cracking ventriloquist's dummy named Charlie McCarthy. On Sunday nights from...

Radio: Southern Charmer

Edgar Bergen waltzed onto the floor of Las Vegas' Desert Inn last week with blonde, willowy Podine Puffington, who "speaks" with a syrupy Southern accent. Though...

Education: Time For Comedy

Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, better known as the brains of wooden Charlie McCarthy, was booked on the college circuit last week. His stint: a two-lecture stand at...

Radio: World's Greatest Audience

"Personally," said Edgar Bergen, "I never thought entertainment so damn important, but I changed my mind after we toured the Army posts in Alaska." Like Al...

RADIO: Program Preview, Nov. 16, 1953

For the week starting Friday, Nov. 13. Times are E.S.T., subject to change. RADIO House of Glass (Fri. 9:35 p.m., NBC). A new comedy series, with Gertrude Berg,...

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