Featuring History of Mystery/Detective Fiction and Other Literary Ramblings of Elizabeth Foxwell
Some of Kovacs's criminous bits, such as the guest on a WHAT'S MY LINE? parody (Kovacs himself) slowly bleeding to death from an attack just as he was coming out onstage, and the panel cheefully and obliviously going forward with their questioning, were among the best and most memorable of his shows as spotlighted in the 1978 PBS retrospective series...I shall have to seek this out.
I'm particularly fond of a short bit in a library (it might have been that of Percy Dovetonsils) in which a copy of _Camille_ is opened, and all one hears is coughing...
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