Thursday, January 15, 2009

My Recardo Montalban Story

I had forgotten this until I was at the gym yesterday afternoon having just heard about his death.

One day in college I walked into the Theatre Department office, and the lady who ran the office, she'd run it for years, started telling me she had just talked to some whacko who claimed to be Ricardo Montalban's publicist. She'd hung up on the joker because everyone knew Ricardo Montalban had just died. (This was in 1993.) When I told her that no, in fact, Ricardo Montalban was still alive and that Herve Villechez had just died, she was mortified.

And now, Un-Scripted's unintentional tribute to Ricardo Montalban from our the Great Puppet Bollywood Extravaganza!

Listen for the blue puppet performed by Clay to yell "Khaaaaaan!"

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