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January 28, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Perhaps it's typecasting, but NBC Entertainment President Brandon Tartikoff will play himself on a coming episode of NBC's "Night Court." Tartikoff will appear to post bail for a "Nielsen family" in the court of Harry Stone (Harry Anderson). Tartikoff previously appeared on an edition of "Saturday Night Live."
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November 28, 2005 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
Harry Anderson, former star of the sitcoms "Night Court" and "Dave's World," rubbed the bags under his eyes, stubbed out an unfiltered Camel and climbed onto the small stage of his French Quarter nightclub. "Hi," he said. "I'm Ed Begley Jr." To get the joke, you have to know that Anderson is an entertainer, that Begley is an entertainer and that they look alike. Then you have to digest the irony of one reasonably famous person introducing himself as another reasonably famous person.
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BUSINESS
May 29, 1990
The Times today inaugurates California & Co., a column about state economic issues and trends. Written by Harry Anderson, a veteran editor and writer in the Business section, it will appear Tuesdays. In today's column, Anderson says the Medfly spraying controversy shows how California agriculture lost much of its constituency in the 1980s.
BUSINESS
May 29, 1990
The Times today inaugurates California & Co., a column about state economic issues and trends. Written by Harry Anderson, a veteran editor and writer in the Business section, it will appear Tuesdays. In today's column, Anderson says the Medfly spraying controversy shows how California agriculture lost much of its constituency in the 1980s.
NEWS
June 6, 1999 | DON HECKMAN and MYRNA OLIVER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mel Torme, an inventive and gifted entertainer with a distinctive voice who became a favorite of several generations of music lovers, died Saturday morning. Torme's death came at UCLA Medical Center, attributed to complications of a stroke he suffered in 1996. He was 73. He was rushed to the hospital from his Beverly Hillshome about 1 a.m. after experiencing difficulty breathing. His family was by his side when he died a short time later.
NATIONAL
November 28, 2005 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
Harry Anderson, former star of the sitcoms "Night Court" and "Dave's World," rubbed the bags under his eyes, stubbed out an unfiltered Camel and climbed onto the small stage of his French Quarter nightclub. "Hi," he said. "I'm Ed Begley Jr." To get the joke, you have to know that Anderson is an entertainer, that Begley is an entertainer and that they look alike. Then you have to digest the irony of one reasonably famous person introducing himself as another reasonably famous person.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 28, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Perhaps it's typecasting, but NBC Entertainment President Brandon Tartikoff will play himself on a coming episode of NBC's "Night Court." Tartikoff will appear to post bail for a "Nielsen family" in the court of Harry Stone (Harry Anderson). Tartikoff previously appeared on an edition of "Saturday Night Live."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 2002 | CARA MIA DiMASSA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 68 years, the golden cupola of St. Luke Medical Center has been a familiar landmark in northeast Pasadena, helping guide people to one of the two hospitals that bookend the city of 134,000 people. But in April, St. Luke will close its doors, the latest in a string of Southern California hospitals that have shut down, merged or been sold in recent years because of money problems. St. Luke stopped admitting nonemergency patients Thursday and will close its emergency room April 3.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 2, 1996
Harry Anderson and John Larroquette, co-stars of the long-running series "Night Court," will reunite in the Feb. 13 episode of NBC's "The John Larroquette Show." Anderson, who now stars in the CBS sitcom "Dave's World," makes a one-time appearance as a plastic surgeon whom Larroquette consults about a face lift.
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