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The King of Queens {Buggie Nights} videocam In an episode titled "Buggie Nights," the CBS TV series "The King of Queens " used Harry Nilsson's recording of "Everybody's Talkin' ."
Carly Simon person Harry Nilsson joined Carly Simon in London in November of 1972 to record the backing vocals for "Ballad of a Vain Man as "You're So Vain " was called until it was renamed as the record was being mastered. [1]   Richard Perry produced the recording.   During a 1995 interview on the ...
First Impressions videocam In 1988, Brad Garrett starred in the short-lived CBS comedy TV series First Impressions in which he played "Frank Dutton", a divorced father who amuses his daughter with impressions and makes a living doing commercial voice-overs. The show aired weekly from August 27 to October 1, 1988. ...
Kojak videocam Harry Nilsson wrote and recorded a song called "Kojak Columbo " - basically a love song about TV.   "Kojak" was a TV series which aired from October 24, 1973, to April, 1978, on the CBS television network. The series starred Telly Savalas as a police detective.
Kojak Columbo music_note "Television's here to save us," Harry Nilsson sings (with tongue firmly in cheek) in Kojak Columbo . "Kojak " was a police drama which aired on CBS from October, 1973, to April, 1978. Telly Savalas , former casting assistant and news director, starred as "Lt. Theo Kojak." "Columbo " ...