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Robert L. Mills
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Born 1937 in San Francisco; US Navy 1956-59; San Francisco State University '62; U.C. Hastings Law '65; 1966-75 practiced law in Palo Alto, CA;

Staff writer for the "Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts" (NBC) 1975-76;
Staff writer for Bob Hope (NBC) 1977-92 ;

Author: THE LAUGH MAKERS: A Behind-the-Scenes Tribute to Bob Hope's Incredible Gag Writers, Bear Manor Media, www.bearmanormedia.bizland.com/id370.html

Co-wrote "Laugh Lines" column for Los Angeles Times, 1992-96;

Cruise ship lecturer:  1999-2005  with Crystal, Celebrity and Princess lines;

Hosts blogs: www.bereftontheleft.blogspot.com
and www.laughmakers.blogspot.com;

Substitute co-host "ACCESS UNLIMITED" on KPFK 90.7fm Los Angeles, 98.7fm Santa Barbara;

Memberships:  WGA, West (Emeritus); Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters; Yarmy's Army; married (Shelley), no children; lives in Studio City, CA.
E-Mail:  TheLaughMakers@Gmail.com


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For a TV special Bob Hope was taping in Tahiti, film director Dino de Laurentis loaned Bob his Bounty "replica" he'd had built for the movie -- with unexpected consequences.

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Co-hosts Bob Illes and Tom Kramer interview comedy writer Bob Mills on their weekly Shokus Internet Radio show "Funny is Money."

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Bob Hope's writers were always on the lookout for the perfect ending to every sketch we wrote, Hope ever certain that there was a funnier one somewhere and if we looked long enough, we'd find it.

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Parody lyrics to "The 12 Days" of Christmas," sung by the author, remind us of how great an impact the Computer Age has had on our lives.

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Bob Hope died in 2003 at age 100. This excerpt traces the final years of his life when, despite his failing health, honors continued to amass and, indeed, continue in the years since his death.

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Following Hope's monologue, we set the stage for the traditional "customs sketch" in which Hope, Florence Henderson and Barbara Eden meet a pre-9/11 Aussie customs officer played by Charo.

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In 1988, Bob Hope laid plans to take the show to the land Down Under. The critically acclaimed tour would include stops in Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney; Adelaide; Brisbane; Melbourne and Perth.

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On the way to the Great Wall of China to tape a segment for Bob Hope's historic 1979 special, his production crew discovers familiar though unexpected plants growing beside the roadway.

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Bob Hope opened his 1979 special from Peking atop the Great Wall cleared of tourists --- singing "We're Off on the Road to China," the most auspicious opening he ever performed on television.

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In 1979, Bob Hope opened his 3-hour special from the Peoples Republic singing "I'm Off on the Road to China" atop the Great Wall. This 3-minute clip is from that special.

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