I found some audio tapes I'd made back in the 1970's of Paul's
appearances on tv....WHAT A GOLDMINE!!! The quality is not bad, but not
great, either. In order to conserve tape, I often only recorded Paul's
lines (from Hollywood Squares) or sketches with Paul in them, so you can hear the microphone being turned on & off. (As well as
an additional comment here & there from my parents or someone coughing or
Use the player controls to skip to the next track, repeat a track, pause
Como's Summer of '74 (with Michelle Lee, Jimmie Walker & the return of "Perry's
Pal Paul"!) There's a section missing in the sketch where
Paul plays a caterer - I had to turn the audio tape over. ;-)
Plus, I'm guessing there are some other parts that may be missing.
Hollywood Squares zingers segment 1.
The first zinger on this clip is one of my all time favorites (In retrospect, it amazes me to think these were aired during the day or prime time!). I don't know how many are "fresh" meaning they're not included on the Hollywood
Squares albums or any of the Hollywood Squares episodes that were aired on GSN.
This segment includes the Paul zinger where refers to another celebrity on the
grid that day, Mark Spitz. (The question is whether swimming can improve
Hollywood Squares zingers segment 2. This segment is quite low, so be sure &
turn your speakers UP & don't forget to turn them down, afterwards!
Here's a great set of zingers (segment 3),
including one where Paul gets the question confused & initially doesn't get his
own scripted Zinger!!!! You can then hear him say "that's why I said ____"
and break into that wonderful, hearty laughter.
This is not something I recorded myself.
It's an audio promo for
the "new" movie, "Charlotte's Web"
Paul Lynde & Bert Lahr on the Ed Sullivan Show, June 5, 1960 (per
A segment from "Two On The Aisle" - Paul interviews a baseball coach, played by Bert.
Two clips of a public service
announcement Paul made to encourage employers to hire the handicapped.
The first one is a short version & the second one is a long version.