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  1. Take your pick. I have three Kermit Schafer "Pardon My Blooper!" double albums, one Kermit Schafer "Bloopy Awards" album, a promo copy of a Dick Clark "Radio's Uncensored Bloopers" album, and something called "Music Inspired by Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk".
  2. Vinyl; Original Release Date: Number of Discs: 6 Format: Box set Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, .
  3. The Bloopy Awards Volume 1 by Kermit Schafer - Vinyl LP () for $ from prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfo Comedy - Order by Phone Kermit Schafer: The Bloopy Awards Volume 1 LP () - Kapp Records | prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfoce: $
  4. Kermit Shafer Presents: The Bloopy Awards vol.1 - KS - 12" vinyl lp, album (Kapp Records,) 60s Comedy kitschannette 5 out of 5 stars (1,) $ Favorite.
  5. Super Bloopers Vol.1, an Album by Kermit Schafer. Released in on K-tel (catalog no. NC; Vinyl LP).
  6. Oct 24,  · First seven minutes of Side One (last five seconds lost in the upload). To be continued. Notes: 1) The Harry von Zell blooper existed, but this version is just a reenactment. 2) The recording of.
  7. Kermit Schafer Pardon My Blooper! Volume 4 vinyl LP EX JUBILEE $ Free shipping. 4 Comedy LP lot - First Family, Hudson & Landry, Bob Newhart, Pardon My Bloopers KERMIT SCHAFER The Bloopy Awards Volume 1 LP - Kapp KS - VG+. $ shipping: The album is in excellent condition and shows no visible signs of wear or End date: Apr 07,
  8. Each record in the series includes background narrative by the late Kermit Schafer, which sets the bloopers in context and makes them even funnier. Unlike some of the later attempts at collecting humorous moments (such as "TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes") there is nothing contrived about any of these.5/5(2).
  9. Kermit Schafer (24 March – 8 March ) was an American writer and producer for radio and television in the s and s. He is best known for his collections of "bloopers"—the word Schafer coined for mistakes and gaffes of radio and TV announcers and personalities.

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