Gilda Radner on Letterman 1984 08 16
The beautiful Gilda Radner and her dog on Letterman. Thought this was already up but apparently it isn't.
Gilda Live 1980
Gilda Radner as Lisa Loopner performing a lovely rendition of The Way We Were.
Gilda s Audition
Gilda Susan Radner (June 28, 1946 May 20, 1989) was an American comedienne and actress, best known for her five years as part of the original cast of the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, for which she won an Emmy Award. Radner's death at 42 of ovarian cancer helped increase public awareness of the disease and the need for earlier detection and treatment.
Radner gained name recognition as one of the original "Not Ready For Prime Time Players", a member of the freshman group on the first season of Saturday Night Live. She was the first actor cast for the show. Between 1975 and 1980, she created such characters as Roseanne Roseannadanna, an obnoxious woman with wild black hair who would tell stories about the gross habits of celebrities on the show's "Weekend Update" news segment, inspired in name and appearance by Rose Ann Scamardella, a news anchor at WABC-TV in New York City. Other SNL characters included "Baba Wawa," a spoof of Barbara Walters, and Emily Litella, an elderly woman who gave angry and misinformed editorial replies on "Weekend Update" on topics such as "violins on television," the "Eagle Rights Amendment," "presidential erections," and "protecting endangered feces." Once corrected on her misunderstanding, Litella would end her segment with a polite "Never mind." Later on, she would answer Jane Curtin's frustration with a simple "Bitch!" Radner parodied such celebrities as Lucille Ball, Patti Smith, and Olga Korbut in SNL sketches. Radner won an Emmy Award in 1978 for her work on SNL.
In 1979, Radner appeared on Broadway in a successful one-woman show entitled Gilda Radner - Live From New York. The show featured racier material, such as the song Let's Talk Dirty to the Animals. In 1981, the show was filmed as Gilda Live!, co-starring Paul Shaffer and Don Novello, and was released as a film and an album recording.
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Weekend Update Roseanne Roseannadanna by Sharon...
I performed this in Orlando with Chevy Chase impersonator, Don Mincey, on Sept. 16, 2008. I wrote my material, using some catch phrases of Roseanne Roseannadanna. I dedicate this to the late, great Gilda Radner.
Society Of Stupid People
A ordinary sketch made classic by Candice bergan forgetting her line and Gilda Radner running with it.
# 9 all time sketches saturday night live
IN LOVING MEMORY .....GONE TOO SOON!
TRIBUTE TO SOME OF THE ARTISTS THAT LEFT US WAY TOO SOON! INCLUDED ARE: MICHAEL JACKSON, FARRAH FAWCETT, HEATH LEDGER, DENNIS WILSON, BRAD RENFRO, DOROTHY STRATTEN, GLEN QUINN, ELVIS PRESLEY, JOHN RITTER, JOHN LENNON, AUDREY HEPBURN, KURT COBAIN, ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY, BRAD DAVIS, DIVINE, MATTHEW SHEPARD, JAMES DEAN, PETER SELLERS, DANA PLATO, BILLY MAYS, NELL CARTER, RODDY McDOWALL, JIM CROCE, BUDDY HOLLY, JEAN SEBERG, MADELINE KAHN, CASS ELLIOTT, BILL HICKS, MITCH HEDBERG, JEAN HARLOW, SAL MINEO, NATALIE WOOD, GRACE KELLY, JOHN BELUSHI, PHIL HARTMAN, JOHN CANDY, RIVER PHEONIX, NATASHA RICHARDSON, ROBERT PALMER, SHANNON HOON, JOHN DENVER, FREDDIE MERCURY, MONTGOMERY CLIFT, SHARON TATE, JAYNE MANSFEILD, RICHIE VALENS, AALIYAH, AND PETER JENNINGS
Steve Martin Has to Leave
Steve Martin tells Johnny Carson he has to leave on "The Tonight Show" in 1978.
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70 s snl original cast
Original cast members of NBC's Saturday Night Live. Copyright skits belong to nbc . Music from Gyft copyright music belongs to gyft
Father Guido Sarducci s Slide Show
Don Novello (born January 1, 1943) is an American writer, film director, producer, actor, singer, and comedian. Novello is best known for his work on NBC's Saturday Night Live, from 1977 until 1980, and then 1985 until 1986, often as the character "Father Guido Sarducci". Novello has appeared as "Sarducci" on many television shows since then, including Married... with Children, Blossom, It's Garry Shandling's Show, Unhappily Ever After and Square Pegs.