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  • 45 TV Lines That Are Stuck in Our Heads Forever -

    —Ed McMahon. 30/45 SLIDES © . Mission: Impossible "This tape will self-destruct in five seconds." —The voice on the tape.

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    Child Stars: Where Are ... Porter The young Massachusetts-born talent first gained notoriety in 1987 when she became the youngest contestant to win Ed McMahon's "Star ...

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    Backstage at the Tonight Show: From Johnny Carson to Jay Leno [Don Sweeney, Ed McMahon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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  • Ed McMahon - Wikipedia

    Edward Leo Peter "Ed" McMahon, Jr. (March 6, 1923 – June 23, 2009) was an American comedian, actor, singer, game show host and announcer. He is most famous for his ...

  • Ed McMahon - IMDb

    Ed McMahon, Actor: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Ed McMahon's first appearance before a microphone was as a 15-year-old "caller" at a bingo game in Maine.

  • Ed McMahon, Longtime ‘Tonight Show’ Sideman, Dies at 86 ...

    Ed McMahon with Johnny Carson on the set of "The Tonight Show." Credit NBC . Ed McMahon, who for nearly 30 years was Johnny Carson’s affable second ...

  • Ed McMahon - Biography - IMDb

    Ed McMahon's first appearance before a microphone was as a 15-year-old "caller" at a bingo game in Maine. After that, he spent the next three years touring the state ...

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    Ed McMahon was the announcer on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, made famous through his banter and his opening introduction, 'Heeeere's Johnny!'

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