Edie Adams – Archive Interview Part 1 of 10

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A segment of the 10-part oral history interview with multifaceted performer Edie Adams. Ms. Adams talks about her appearances with (her husband) the late Ernie Kovacs, on “Ernie in Kovacsland” and her collaboration with him on his groundbreaking NBC shows (produced out of Philadelphia’s WPTZ): “3 to Get Ready” and “Kovacs in the Corner” as well as (New York shows) “Kovacs Unlimited” and the various incarnations of “The Ernie Kovacs Show”. She talks about her Broadway roles in such shows as “Wonderful Town” and “L’il Abner” (for which she won a Tony Award) as well as her appearance in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first musical for TV, “Cinderella”. She also discusses her film work in Billy Wilder’s “The Apartment” and Stanley Kramer’s “It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World”. She recalls her work on Jack Paar’s morning show as well as commercials for Muriel cigars, her solo show “Here’s Edie” and finally describes preserving Kovacs’ legend — by archiving his programs for future generations. For links to all online interviews in the collection, visit: tvinterviewsarchive.blogspot.com

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25 Responses to “Edie Adams – Archive Interview Part 1 of 10”

  • photoshoot60:

    sad she was alive until today 10-16-08

  • swelldame:

    She passed away today, October 15, 2008. Very funny actress.

  • bmwlova3:

    yes she is still alive

  • sofakinglee:

    Is she still alive?

  • superhero2one:

    Wow, what a joy to view these 10 video clips. I grow up in the 1950’s and it was great to recall the early days of TV. The history ms.Adams tells us is truely the backbone of the birth of television. On a personel note, I became a teenager interested in Girls in the 1960’s when ms. adams started doing the glamour cigar ad’s. What a crush I had on her, and still do….she never fails to put a smile on my heart. Steve from L.A.

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