Mel Blanc


Benny was great on his own, but he and Blanc were hilarious together. Two great comic geniuses.
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Loved Blanc as a plumber in "Railroad Station Show".

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Si !

(knock,knock,knock) Penny (knock,knock,knock) Penny (knock,knock,knock) Penny

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Just saw an early episode where Mel plays a cab driver--I still remember him from a guest spot on The Beverly Hillbillies where he also played a cab driver who took Granny home and wound up thinking they were all residents of a mental institution. He described Jethro as having a "few bubbles in the think tank."

In the Jack Benny episode I referenced, Mel, as a cab driver, claimed to be an old high school classmate of Jack's from Waukegon, and asked Jack, "What are you doing these days?"

After a pause (of course), Jack responds, "I'm the voice of Bugs Bunny" and both men broke out in laughter.

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Si! Sigh! Sue!

Have seen that routine many times and lose control every time!!
And not a vulgar word anywhere!

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