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Insults by Don Rickles, Mr. Warmth
"Here are some insults uttered by the incredibly funny Don Rickles. Try to guess at whom he was tossing the barbs."
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Rickles once said to this famous aging actor's wife, "Really, shouldn't he be in a home somewhere, dear?" The actor referred to starred in "The Philadelphia Story" and "Destry Rides Again". Who was he?
During a roast for this celebrity, Rickles commented, "Your folks wanted to be here tonight, but their pickup truck broke down". The star in question succeeded Jack Paar as the host of a long-running late night talk show. Name him.
"Let me see your papers, Ricardo"! What Mexican actor was on the receiving end of this verbal dart by Rickles?
"You're 64 now, and frankly, you look it." These words were spoken at a birthday celebration for one of the greatest recording artists of all time. To whom was Rickles referring?
Rickles, in reference to this noted actor and director, said "Since I made 'Kelly's Heroes' with you, my career is right in the toilet". Who was the recipient of this dirty, hairy insult?
Lee Van Cleef
At a roast honoring this singer with a reputation for elbow bending, Rickles said, "If you understand any of this, blink twice." The singer in question was the host of many roasts. Who was he?
In honoring this celebrity, Rickles quipped, "We're all gathered here tonight, because you could get hot again". The guest of honor was noted for being the chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Association for some fifty years. Who was Rickles talking about?
Joe E. Lewis
To another long time comedian, Don Rickles jabbed, "You were my idol when I was a kid. I was getting shock treatments at the time." This celebrity was known as Mr. Television in the early 50s. To whom was he referring?
This actor was on the receiving end of this line - "If you were Moses, I was a Mau Mau fighter pilot". I think you can get this one with just that clue. Who was the celebrity in question?
Finally, to one of my favorite actors, Don Rickles said this: "Be yourself, Charlie, get up and kill someone." Who was this actor who made so many dark, very violent movies?
Charles Nelson Reilly
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Compiled Nov 04 12