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  • Soupy Sales - Wikipedia

    The New Soupy Sales Show appeared in 1978 with the same format, and ran for one season. 65 episodes were briefly syndicated, through Air Time International, ...

  • The Soupy Sales Show (TV Series 1976– ) - IMDb

    With Soupy Sales, Clyde Adler, Marty Brill, Evelyn King.

  • Soupy Sales - IMDb

    Soupy Sales, Self: The Match Game. Soupy Sales was born on January 28, 1926 in Franklinton, North Carolina, USA as Milton Supman. He was an actor, known for The Match ...

  • Soupy Sales, Slapstick Comedian, Dies at 83 - The New York ...

    Soupy Sales, whose zany television routines turned the smashing of a pie to the face into a madcap art form, died Thursday night. He was 83. Mr. Sales’s ...

  • The Soupy Sales Show - opening and closing cues - YouTube

    These are the opening and closing cues to the 1978 version of "The Soupy Sales Show", remade using Soupy's original theme, "Flying Fingers", which I think ...

  • The New Soupy Sales Show (1979) #1 - Video Dailymotion

    The New Soupy Sales Show was a daily television show starring Soupy Sales, an American comedian. It was taped at KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles, California.

  • Soupy Sales - Telegraph

    Soupy Sales, who died on October 22 aged 83, was an American comedian with a slapstick act that invariably ended with his taking a custard pie in the face.

  • Soupy Sales | Biography & History | AllMusic

    Find Soupy Sales biography and history on AllMusic - The wildest, most innovative children's…

  • Soupy Sales | Speedy deletion Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

    Soupy Sales (January 8, 1926 – October 22, 2009) was an American comedian, actor, radio-TV personality and host, and jazz aficionado. He was best known for his ...

  • Soupy Sales - the Data Lounge

    Last Thursday night, JLTV was showing some episodes of the 1978-79 [italic]The New Soupy Sales Show[/italic].I remember liking it so much as a kid, and yet it was cheesy.

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