Les crane desiderata a different drummer

Deteriorata - National Lampoon entered by Jeff Morris, November?, 1992 story | Desiderata (original) | Deteriorata (parody) Ok. Here's as much of the story as I know:

In late June 1965, following Crane's three-month absence from television, The Les Crane Show was retitled ABC's Nightlife , sometimes advertised in newspapers as Nightlife , and it returned to the late-night schedule of the ABC network. Network executives removed most of the controversy and emphasized light entertainment. Producer Nick Vanoff started forbidding guests from broaching controversial topics. [5] After the summer 1965 run ended, network executives relocated the show from New York to Los Angeles, and the fall season began there. The Paley Center for Media has available for viewing the first 15 minutes of one of the last episodes before executives finally cancelled ABC's Nightlife in early November 1965. Crane can be seen and heard delivering his monologue, joking about words that could be censored and bantering with his sidekick Nipsey Russell .

ZOE GLICK ( Little Cosette/Young Éponine ). National Tour: The Sound of Music (u/s Gretl, u/s Marta). NYC: Madeline's Christmas (Madeline), Happily Ever After (Sara). Broadway Youth Ensemble, “I Have a Voice” (Broadway Records). Thanks to Jack McLeod, Donna Garner, David Madore, Jamie Jordan, Laura Luc, Naomi Kolstein (Bohemia Group), Michelle Thompson (BMG), Tara Rubin Casting, Marie Eife and the Les Miz Team. Love to my family.

With all its sham, drudgery & broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy.

Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.

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