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Alvandy  (Level: 225.6 - Posts: 7525)
Thu, 29th Apr '10 8:41 AM


you're thinking ?

Let's have a little nostalgia for those who remember it well and a great chuckle for those who have never seen this clip.

While playing Mingo on television [Daniel Boone] , Ed Ames developed some skill in throwing a tomahawk. This led to one of the most memorable moments of his career, when he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson on April 29, 1965. During the course of the show, Ames and Johnny Carson were discussing Ames' tomahawk throwing abilities. When Ames claimed that he could hit a target from across the room, Carson asked Ames if he could demonstrate this skill. Ames agreed, and a wood panel with a chalk outline of a cowboy was brought on to the stage. Ames proceeded to throw the tomahawk, which hit the "cowboy" square in the groin with the handle pointing upward. This led to a very long burst of laughter from the audience. After a moment, Ames proceeded to walk toward the target to retrieve the tomahawk but Carson stopped him and allowed the situation to be appreciated for its humor. Carson ad-libbed, "I didn't even know you were Jewish" and "Welcome to Frontier Bris." Ames then asked Carson if he'd like to take a turn throwing, to which Carson replied, "I can't hurt him any more than you did." The clip became a favorite of Carson's own yearly highlight show and subsequently blooper television specials.

1mks  (Level: 208.0 - Posts: 5864)
Thu, 29th Apr '10 8:54 AM

Thanks for starting my morning off with a laugh.

Pepperdoc  (Level: 152.5 - Posts: 4286)
Thu, 29th Apr '10 8:54 AM

A classic!

M48ortal  (Level: 248.2 - Posts: 3734)
Thu, 29th Apr '10 9:54 AM

Saw it live, and still love it.

Ladyvol  (Level: 202.9 - Posts: 5434)
Thu, 29th Apr '10 10:04 AM

I remember this one...brought back some good memories. Thanks...

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