I liked Ken Berry. I think, however, he never achieved the recognition that he deserved. He was featured as a regular in four TV series, not including a four-episode run of his own variety show in 1972. He starred in a number of movies, on the Broadway stage and in countless guest roles on episodic television throughout the 60s and 70s. He could sing. He could dance. He could take a pratfall. He even was the opening act for Abbott & Costello in Las Vegas.
Ken Berry passed away earlier this week at the age of 85. I think every one will agree that he was a likable guy.
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This year, it’s a whopping 82 minutes of pure Christmas wonderment that’ll have you wondering why you downloaded it in the first place. But, as long as you did, why not share it with your family and friends. It’s guaranteed to make sure they don’t overstay their welcome.
You get twenty-eight eclectic Christmas selections featuring a mix of obscure artists giving up on their dreams of stardom and popular artists committing career suicide. These holiday tunes run the gamut from weird to really weird plus a custom full-color cover with track listings – all for you and all for FREE! (That’s right! FREE!)