Famous & Funny Milton Berle Quotes At Starsquotes

Famous & Funny Milton Berle Quotes At Starsquotes

Milton Berle was an American comedian and actor (born Mendel Berlinger; 12 July 1908 – 27 March 2002). For 80 years, Berle 's career as an animator has spanned first in silent movies and on stage as an actor for children, then on radio, films and TV. He became the first major American broadcasting star, and during the first golden age of TV was the host of the NBC's Texaco Star Theatre (1948-55), which saw millions killed as "Uncle Miltie," "Mr. TV." His work on both radio and TV was honored with two stars at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1913, when he won the Charlie Chaplin children's contest, Berle entered the entertainment business. For silent film, he acted as a child actor. It was the first film appearance of The Perils of Pauline that he said was playing a young child, but it was never immediately confirmed. Through Milton Berle, he described an autobiography that the director told him he was going to represent a little boy thrown out of a train through motion. Famous & Funny Milton Berle Quotes

My doctor told me that jogging could add years to my life. I think he was right. I feel ten years older already.

Milton Berle

They’ve finally comes up with the perfect office computer. If it makes a mistake, it blames another computer.

Milton Berle

A good wife always forgives her husband when she’s wrong.

Milton Berle

Money can’t buy you happiness, but it helps you look for it in a lot more places.

Milton Berle

I have a file of four million jokes… I have them cross-indexed. Whatever subject you want, I have a joke on it.

Milton Berle

Now a ‘funnyman’ can get a laugh before opening his mouth – looking funny. Lou Costello was one of your great funnymen. Harry Langdon, Larry Semon; they were all funnymen – they looked funny. W.C. Fields was never a comedian. Slim Summerville was a comedian, yet looked funny. Now if you have both attributes, you are in good shape.

Milton Berle

Who is Milton Berle ?

Milton Berle was an American comedian and actor (born Mendel Berlinger; 12 July 1908 – 27 March 2002). For 80 years, Berle ‘s career as an animator has spanned first in silent movies and on stage as an actor for children, then on radio, films and TV.

He became the first major American broadcasting star, and during the first golden age of TV was the host of the NBC’s Texaco Star Theatre (1948-55), which saw millions killed as “Uncle Miltie,” “Mr. TV.”

His work on both radio and TV was honored with two stars at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1913, when he won the Charlie Chaplin children’s contest, Berle entered the entertainment business.

For silent film, he acted as a child actor. It was the first film appearance of The Perils of Pauline that he said was playing a young child, but it was never immediately confirmed. Through Milton Berle, he described an autobiography that the director told him he was going to represent a little boy thrown out of a train through motion.

He told me, “I was terrified, even when he told me Pauline was going to save my life. That’s exactly what happened, except at the crucial moment when they threw a bundle of rags out of the train instead of me.

On Berle’s account, Bunny’s Little Brother, Tess of the Storm Nation, Birthright, Love’s Penalty, Divorce Coupons, and Rorth of the Range continue to play child roles in other movies.

The film historians, amongst others, have disputing Berle ‘s argument that he starred in Tillie’s Pointed Romanesque, among which were movie historiens, “there were also trips to Hollywood — paying studios —, where I got shares at Rebescca from Sunnybrook Farm, with Mary Pickford; The Mark of Zorro, and Douglas Fairbanks and Mr Punctured Romance, with Charlie Chaplin, Mabel Normand and Mr Marie Dressler.”

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