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Frankie Fontaine?
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Not Frankie, Walter, or John.

10) Appeared more than once on the Dean Martin show in the 1970s.
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Interesting. Evidently the guy didn't become famous until his mid-fifties and later...known for a deep voice...security guard makes me think he was a big guy...Here's a long shot...BS Pulley (and I'm probably the only one who remembers him!)
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On Dec 6, 2020, landmark wrote:
Interesting. Evidently the guy didn't become famous until his mid-fifties and later...known for a deep voice...security guard makes me think he was a big guy...Here's a long shot...BS Pulley (and I'm probably the only one who remembers him!)


Actually Landmark you are not the only one. I played his role in a community theater production of his most famous film appearance. It was almost a joke because at 5 foot 7 1/2 inches tall, I was the shortest man in the cast. Later people said I stole the show even in that small roll. I made good use of pantomiming with a cigar to make myself seem bigger.
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I'm afraid not BS Pulley--and I remember him Smile

12) This may be the last clue or three:

The man appeared on the Steve Allen show in the 1960s. He came on, appearing a bit tipsy to some of the other guests. He introduced himself as the executive in charge of editing movies for television. His greatest success, he claimed, was the movie "The Three Commandments." He also claimed to have invented the procedure of removing clips from movies and inserting commercials.
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Foster Brooks?
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We have a winnah! Mark Bloody Illusionist, you're up!
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1. I was born March 30,1962 in Oakland CA.

2. My father was a professional poker player, my mother a secretary.

3. I have 8 siblings.
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My family would also frequent thoroughbred horse races, eventually becoming owners and winners of several graded stakes.

In the Oakland Coliseum parking lot I would sell stray baseballs and dance accompanied by a beatboxer.

Oakland A's team owner Charles O. Finley saw me doing splits and hired me as a clubhouse assistant and batboy as a result of my energy and flair.
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I became a preacher during the late 1990s with a Christian ministry program on TBN.

Executive producer of my own reality show which aired on A&E network in 2009.

I dreamed of being a professional baseball player, but did not make the final cut at a SF Giants tryout.
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No, not Jim.

Charley Finley gave me my nickname because he thought I looked like Hank Aaron.

I served in the navy for 3 years until my honorable discharge.

I borrowed $20,000 from 2 former Oakland A's players to start a record label business called Bust It Productions.
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Formed a Christian rap music group called Holy Ghost Boys.

Notorious for dissing rappers in his recordings.

Contributed a track to the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie soundtrack.
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Also known as Stanley Kirk Burrell or M C Hammer (U Can't Touch This!)
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I just remember his awesome pants Smile
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I was born on Christmas Day in New York City.

My father was a cardiopulmonary surgeon, and my mother, a commercial illustrator.

My parents were busy in their careers, and frequently fought. Very formal, they showed little emotion towards their children.
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Welcome back Arthur! I hope you are doing well.

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