Carl Reiner Explains All About Klutzery
November 14, 2009 | 8:00 am
Braven Dyer writes about the death of W.L. "Pop" Guthrie, a Warner Bros. location manager and USC fan who had adopted the football team in 1926 and had been sitting on the Trojan bench for many years. Guthrie had a fatal heart attack at his desk at the studio, The Times said. He was 77.
|Nov. 14, 1959: Carl Reiner calls himself a “wractor,” a “writing actor” … And mince pie ice cream. I don’t think Baskin-Robbins has had it in a while. |