VICTOR BORGE: COMEDY IN MUSIC!
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 AT 5:30 PM
EIGHT, ARIZONA PBS
– The Legendary Performer Featured in Rare, Archival Footage –
A new Victor Borge television special features his recently rediscovered funniest and most memorable skits — a truly unparalleled collection not to be missed. Included is rare archival footage from “The Andy Williams Show” and “The Perry Como Show” (not seen in more than 40 years), a classic hilarious performance from the Ford Theater with President and Mrs. Reagan in the audience and touching, heart-felt reminiscences from his five children of their favorite Borge routines. Victor Borge: Comedy in Music! airs Sunday, December 4 at 5:30 p.m. on Eight, Arizona PBS.
Hailed as a child prodigy, Victor Borge began his performing career with a piano debut in 1926 at the age of 17. For eight decades, he was never out of the spotlight. “The Great Dane” of comedy, as the beloved international humorist and musician was known, Borge was celebrated around the world for his unique blend of comedy and music.
This latest special is chock full of Borge’s one-liners, falls, double takes, mastery of piano variations and outrageous stage antics, confirming him as one of the funniest performers the world has ever known.
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