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Bygone Vaudevillian Glory"
Cliff Edwards (aka Ukulele Ike) participates in a 1969 interview at his apartment in Hollywood, California with Richard Lamparski for his upcoming book "Whatever Became Of..."
One-time top Hollywood entertainer Cliff Edwards speaks about his days in vaudeville and the many stars with who he was once acquainted. He reveals how he got the name 'Ukulele Ike' and reminisces of the many expensive automobiles he used to own during his glory days. At the time of this interview the man who was once selected to provide the voice for Jiminy Cricket in Walt Disney's animated film Pinocchio was destitute and living on welfare.
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