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Joe Flaherty - IMDb
Joe Flaherty
Joe Flaherty as the Jeering Fan in Happy Gilmore.
Happy Gilmore [DVD] [1996]
Happy Gilmore [DVD] [1996]: Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay, Allen Covert, Robert Smigel, Bob Barker, Richard Kiel, Dennis Dugan, Joe Flaherty, Lee Trevino, Kevin Nealon, Bernie Brillstein, Brad Grey, Jack Giarraputo, Robert Simonds, Sandy Wernick, Tim Herlihy: DVD & Blu-ray
Laurel and Hardy - a picture from the past
i had a dream that i was awake and i woke up to find myself asleep ― stan laurel | stan #laurel and oliver #hardy #actors
8 Reasons Why Michael J. Fox Is Still Our Fave '80s Crush
Bill Murray
Christopher Walken portrait by Platon
Nov 29, 1977: The TV show "Second City TV" (SCTV) begins to air in syndication around the US. It features up and coming stars like John Candy, Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Harold Ramis.
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Ron Perlman
Origins of 'eh': How 2 little letters came to define Canadians | CBC News
Stereotype or not, it's a word Canadians are famous for — two simple letters baked into the tail end of so many of our sentences. But few realize "eh" actually predates the country's creation by a century or more.
Good guy, Rick Moranis
John Candy
July 17, 1899 – Birth of James Cagney, American actor | 59 Reasons Why The 1890s Totally RULED
Ed Grimley played by Martin Short on Saturday Night Live
Steve Buscemi, 2011
Andrea Martin. Almost every Canadian has a favorite SCTV character, moment or routine - and so, too, do a litany of comics who have been paying tribute to the zany and groundbreaking troupe.
Mayor Tommy Shanks, Melonville's greatest mayor.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) - Movie - YouTube
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles
TV Guide Canada #230
TV Guide Canada #230 May 23, 1981. Joe Flaherty, Rick Moranis, Eugene Levy, John Candy, Andrea Martin, Dave Thomas, and Catherine O'Hara of NBC's "SCTV Network 90."
John Candy
Strange Brew (1983) - IMDb
"Someone horked our clothes, eh!" & "It's a jelly." A Canadian classic.

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