Treading the Boards #10


Fred Willard, Carole Shelley and Shimen Ruskin in Little Murders, 1968.

2 comments:

justjack said...

"Ask me 'Knock knock knock.'"

"Don't fool around with me. I got enough pains in my neck. Are you going to say 'Come in?'"

"Ask me 'Knock knock knock'!"

"I know you, you bastard!"

"Ask me 'Knock knock knock'!"

"Knock knock knock!"

"En-TERRRRR!"

estiv said...

From Jules Feiffer to Jay Leno -- I'd hold that against Fred Willard if it weren't for the fact that the whole quasi-intellectual segment of popular culture went downhill as a unit (e.g., Mike Nichols's career as a director). Where else was he going to go?