"Uncle Miltie" was the king of Tuesday nights in the late 1940s, and store owners put up signs: "Closed tonight to watch Milton Berle." Milton Berle, the cigar-smoking vaudevillian eagerly became "Mr. Television" when the TV technology was in its infancy. He was 93.
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