TED ALLAN WINS 1985 STEPHEN LEACOCK MEMORIAL AWARD FOR HUMOR Canadian writer Ted Allan wins the 1985 Stephen Leacock Memorial Award for humor literature with his book "Love Is A Long Shot" and proposes a humorous handling for getting America to notice Canada as much as they do countries such as Cuba and El Salvador. "I'm going to change our country to El Canada so that you say 'Viva El Canada' every time you see an American and we will get the respect and fear of the United States."
Date: May 26, 1985 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:05:00, With Audio
TV SALESMAN DISAPPOINTS FRAWLEY In a short about salesmanship, William Frawley makes an aside about I Love Lucy. A TV salesman rattles on about a set's features. He tells Frawley one set has the latest thing in hi-fi. Frawley thinks hi-fi sounds Chinese. Also, a woman takes notes as Frawley talks about his buying habits.
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