Soupy Sales - Pie In The Face / Soupy Sez FLAC album
Genre: Audio recording
Title: Pie In The Face / Soupy Sez
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Sales developed pie-throwing into an art form: straight to the face, on top of the head, a pie to both ears from behind, moving into a stationary pie, and countless other variations. He claimed that he and his visitors had been hit by more than 20,000 pies during his career. He recounted a time when a young fan mistakenly threw a frozen pie at his neck and he "dropped like a pile of bricks. Lunch with Soupy Sales began in 1953 from the studios of WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, located in the historic Maccabees Building, in Detroit. Sales signed with Motown Records in 1969 releasing a single, "Muck-Arty Park" (a play on the 1968 hit "MacArthur Park"), as well as an album A Bag of Soup. Soupy and Frank Nastasi also cut and recorded a comedy and song story disk "Spy With A Pie" for ABC/Paramount. Soupy Sez! My Life and Zany Times.
Though he's no longer getting his face smothered with pies, Soupy Sales, the pie-in-the-face host of a 1960s televised children's show, "The Soupy Sales Show," is still making people laugh. When asked why he has not retired, Mr. Sales frequently answers with the question: "What else would I be doing?" says his agent Jeff Schwartz. The award honors those who have contributed to television for at least 25 years. Born in rural Franklinton, . Sales was nicknamed Soupy because his birth name Hines sounded like the canned-food company, Heinz. A Manhattanite for 32 years, Sales lives with his wife, Trudy Carson Sales, on the East Side. Isaac leaves lots of water and power outages in its wake.
Soupy Sales was a noted American radio and television personality who regaled his audience with his comic sketches for around 50 years. Read this biography to know his birthday, childhood, achievements, family life and other fun facts. Running from 1953 until 1966, the show encompassed a series of comedy sketches, which generally ended with Sales being hit with a pie in the face. Eventually, it became his trademark.
Pie In The Sky. Pookie, King Of The Jungle. Soupy Sez. Soupy Wails. Theme Song The Soupy Sales Show. There's A Horsey At My Door. There's Nothing To Do Today But Have Fun.
Soupy Sales (1926–2009) was an American comedian, actor, radio-TV personality and host. He was best known for his local and network children’s television show, Lunch with Soupy Sales; a series of comedy sketches frequently ending with Sales receiving a pie in the face, which became his trademark
Soupy Sales rehearsing for his Broadway debut in "Come Live With Me" in 1966. Some 20,000 pies were hurled at Soupy Sales or at visitors to his TV shows in the 1950s and ’60s, by his own count. The victims included Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis and Jerry Lewis, all of whom turned up just for the honor of being creamed. Continue reading the main story. For all the shenanigans, one episode remained etched in the Soupy Sales pie-throwing hall of fame. One of my younger fans made the mistake of heaving a frozen pie at me before it defrosted, he once wrote in The New York Journal-American. It caught me in the neck and I dropped like a pile of bricks.
Soupy Sales, A Bag of Soup. Sleeve in VG+ condition with a drill hole thru the top left corner. Still in shrink wrap. Looking for a particular album or record?. This is a rare Promotional album and original pressing of "Still Soupy After All These Years" by Soupy Sales. It was released in 1981 MCA Records, USA MCA-5274. It is in excellent condition SEALED Vintage Soupy Sales - A Bag of Soup RECORD ALBUM Vinyl LP 1969.
Soupy Sales is one of the most recognizable and best-loved personalities in show business. In the 1960s, Soupy was a national phenomenon. This book is a hilarious and candid romp through Soupy's more than fifty fabulous years in show business. Soupy Sez (My Life and Zany Times). com User, January 2, 2002. For anyone who grew up watching Soupy Sales on Televison,this book is a must. I can,t reccomend it enough. You won,t be able to put it down (Soupys put Super Glue on the edge of the pages such as Frank.
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