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  1. Warn a person will ya? ! I would've peed before reading instead of during!

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  2. hee hee hee! at least you left monte markham alone. whatever happened to him; he seemed to be in every damn 70s tv show.

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    1. He's still alive and kicking. I thought he had died years ago. Love his voice. I figured that I watched way too much t.v. as a young person . How else would I have known that "Sweely Stout" is actually Lonny Chapman? Who knows this crap and admits it? Me, obviously.

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    2. Monty HAD to be in this. He was in everything else.

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  3. I used to have a wee queerling crush on Monte Markham!

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  4. Here's a bit of trivia: Lois Nettleton, was married to Jean Shepherd - of A Christmas Story fame!

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