For many years, Paul Lynde was best known for his role on Broadway as Henry McAfee in ''Bye Bye Birdie'' (and singing the hit song ''Kids''). He so embodied the character that when they made a movie three years later, he reprised his role. He also brought his infectious laugh and sarcastic delivery to featured roles in ''Under the Yum Yum Tree'', ''Son of Flubber'', ''Send Me No Flowers'', ''The Glass Bottom Boat'' and ''Rabbit Test'', among others. While working in film, Lynde also made numerous appearances on television, including the eponymous ''Paul Lynde Show'' (cancelled after one season). He took his wild and flamboyant sense of humor to appearances on ''The Munsters'', ''F-Troop'', ''Gidget'' and oddly enough,3 episodes of ''I Dream of Jeannie'' before moving on to play Uncle Arthur on ''Bewitched''. But it was his 1966 appearance on a new game show called ''The Hollywood Squares'' that propelled Lynde to his greatest notoriety starting as one of the squares and eventually winning his place in the coveted center square. So significant was his presence that he won 2 Emmy Awards for his work on ''Squares'' (''Outstanding Individual Achievement Daytime Programming'' in 1975 and 1979). Paul also did a number of TV specials but none attained the legendary status of ''The Paul ...
Description change to:You can settle everything on the dance floor! This Disco Medallion features a gold tone chain necklace and round pendant with beautiful designs. Gather your disco duds and use this costume accessory to finish off your 70s Disco Fever Costume. Medallions were the popular jewelry men wore at the 70's Disco. Dimensions: 2.5\" Diameter (Medallion)
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The Magic 8 Ball has all the answers to all of your most pressing questions! Featured in cool, retro-style, fans of all ages will be reminded of when this novelty toy was first introduced, proving again that there’s plenty of fortune-telling fun to be had! Start by “asking the ball” a “yes” or “no” question then turn it over to see your answer magically appear inside the window. Answers range from positive (“It is certain”) to negative (“Don’t count on it”) to neutral (“Ask again later”). If you seek advice…then this toy is for you! Includes 1 Magic 8 Ball novelty toy. Colors and decorations may vary.