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Joe Franklin Show – Captain Lou Albano, Pianist Mark Birnbaum , Wacky Guests

Lou Albano, an inventor, Joe Franklin, Mark Birnbaum..the usual late night tv wackiness from way back when……………

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Ramones on the Joe Franklin Show 1988

Joey and Marky Ramone being Interviewed on the Joe Frankin Show WOR Channel 9, 1988
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Joe Franklin is God

I’ve never seen anything like THE JOE FRANKLIN SHOW, before or since. I discovered it on cable tv WOR Superstation in the 1980s, but Joe Franklin was a New York tv/radio institution for years. I booked myself on the show in 1988 as ‘publicist’ of the Theater Historical Society of America. It was a hoot. But I played it too modestly and let the psychic get all the screen time. Joe Franklin went off the air in 1993. But here’s his website joefranklin.com And here’s his wikipedia entry: en.wikipedia.org I’m Jeff Krulik and Joe Franklin is a hero of mine.

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Up Late with Joe Franklin

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Ramones on the Joe Franklin Show 1988

Joey and Marky Ramone being Interviewed on the Joe Frankin Show WOR Channel 9, 1988

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Joe Franklin

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Up Late with Joe Franklin

Up Late with Joe Franklin

Filled with hilarious anecdotes from 300,000 interviews during forty-three years on a late-late-night show, the longest-running talk show host in TV history offers a memoir of the “”greats, near-greats, ingrates, Has-beens, and Never Weres.”" 2

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Joe Franklin is God

I’ve never seen anything like THE JOE FRANKLIN SHOW, before or since. I discovered it on cable tv WOR Superstation in the 1980s, but Joe Franklin was a New York tv/radio institution for years. I booked myself on the show in 1988 as ‘publicist’ of the Theater Historical Society of America. It was a hoot. But I played it too modestly and let the psychic get all the screen time. Joe Franklin went off the air in 1993. But here’s his website joefranklin.com And here’s his wikipedia entry: en.wikipedia.org I’m Jeff Krulik and Joe Franklin is a hero of mine.
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