A FEW OF DOREEN'S EXCLUSIVE ITEMS
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Letter from Frank 1 (March 21, 1989)
A letter Frank wrote to my then-husband and I.
*NEW SCAN UPLOADED 08-22-2007*

Letter from Frank 2 (October 20, 1989)
A letter Frank wrote to a member of a fan club I used to run.
*NEW SCAN UPLOADED 08-22-2007*

Autographed 8x10 Photograph
Frank surrounded by many of his characters.
I used my hebrew name was "Devorah" back then. Frank called me "Dev."

Autographed Smurfs 8x10 Photograph
Signed to "Bruce and Devorah," my then-husband and I.

Links to my other signed items are on the frontpage.


 


Frank Welker's Comedy Album "Almost SOLD OUT"
CASSETTE 1 | CASSETTE 2 | VINYL LP FRONT | LP BACK | BOTH C & LP
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ASO Audio Sample 1 | ASO Audio Sample 2 | ASO Audio Sample 3
Released in 1988, the live stand up portion (Side One) of the album was recorded at The Ice House in Pasadena, California. The album also features several of Frank's celebrity impressions in "Robin Leach's 'Answering Machines of the Rich and Famous'" on Side Two followed by more Ice House stuff, including "12 Singing Ducks." Don't ask me how Frank does all 12 ducks at once, but he does! Anyway, Frank mailed the cassette to me in March 1989 and, even though I've played it dozens and dozens of times, it still plays great! I just bought the vinyl LP in October 2006. Its cover contains more text and bigger graphics!



 

Frank also had a large part in the creation of a 1973 comedy album, "The Watergate Comedy Hour," a parody of the Watergate debacle. It was written by Jack Burns & Avery Schreiber and Ann Elder, and featued The Watergate Seven: Jack Burns, Ann Elder, Fannie Flagg, Bob Ridgely, Jack Riley, Avery Schreiber and Frank Welker. I hope to make some audio samples eventually! Until then, some images are below (click the small covers for larger images).

The Watergate Comedy Hour
FRONT COVER (Click for Larger Image)
BACK COVER (Click for Larger Image)

 

AN AMERICAN CREED

There will be those, perhaps in government, who will say that this comedy album is offensive, outrageous and irresponsible. To those charges may we quote the words of that great iconoclast from Baltimore who chronicled earlier Washington scandals. "It is the duty of the government to be responsible." When a nation ceases to laugh at its' foibles and mistakes, it ceases to be great. But because this is a great nation it will survive Watergate, and indeed, this album.


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