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The greatest entertainers of the 20th Century kept our troops laughing through the two World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, Aghanistan, and Iraq.

We believe their contributions should be preserved for future generations to know what good clean, timeless humor is all about. Our desire is to keep their memories alive in the hearts of as many folks as we can reach with our show. If the world ever needed a few good, clean laughs, it's now!

This is a show that will touch your heart with laughter and love in a very special and unforgettable way.

This show pays tribute to our troops with authentic recreations of yesteryear’s greatest entertainers, whose contributions will never be forgotten.

 

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Jack Benny

Lynn “Win” Roberts as Bob Hope and Jack Benny

Lynn "Win" Roberts has been performing professionally since the age of 14. Lynn played with many name bands and was featured as a vocalist and Instrumentalist.

In 1964, Lynn started developing his musical variety act playing over a dozen Instruments and singing. He would hear from time to time that he sounded or looked like certain stars which lead to impersonating many of them.

Many times he was requested to do a show of just impersonating stars... His favorites are Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Red Skelton, and W.C. Fields.

His appearances on National Television include: PM Magazine, the Original GONG SHOW (Twice a winner), John Davidson Show (Twice), American's Funniest people and 30 Seconds to Fame.

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Rebecca Young is Judy Garland

With a five-octave voice, Rebecca has been enjoying the gypsy life of an actor, "since I first saw a one woman show about Billie Holiday. I knew then I wanted to be in the theater" she said.

A former jazz singer who also enjoys singing “classical, Sara Brightman-type music,” Young toured and sang with a rock band and won first prize at the ‘du Maurier Search for Stars’ national talent competition.

Rebecca Young is currently on the road doing Judy Garland to standing ovations. She performs with Legends in Concert in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

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Bob D’Andrea as Jimmy Durante

Bob D'Andrea is one-half of the world's greatest comedy variety team "Andre and Cirell". Bob is remembered by many for his recording of "Darling Lorraine" while leading a group called the "Knockouts."

His tribute to Jimmy Durante in the one-man play "Durante" received critical acclaim and had audiences climbing up the walls. Their eyes couldn't believe what their ears heard.

Andre is a mime who can sing, he appeared in "A Bronx Tale" with Robert DiNiro, "Family Enforcer" with Joe Pesci and countless commercials and television shows.

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Andre & Cirell

Every once in a while comes along an act that stands out from the rest. Talented performers that make the stage come alive and the audiences follow them wherever they go. Bob Andre and Frank Cirell got together in 1974 and have performed in, Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Cruise ships and more. They were voted Best Comedy Act in Atlantic City three years in a row. They haven’t been together for over thirty years for nothing. They’re on par with the greatest comedy teams of all time. One thing is certain though, their impressions are dead on, and the laughs never stop.

Yes, these guys are funny, but their training is no laughing matter. Bob Andre graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in NY in 1956 and went on to record the hit “Darling Lorraine” with the group “The Knockouts”. He’s been in several movies including Chaz Palminteiri’s “A Bronx Tale”. Frank Cirell performed a 3-year stint with the original Dupress. In 1974, the two got together and have never looked back.

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The Swing Sisters as The Andrews Sisters

The Swing Sisters have performed on television and radio. Their performances include national functions, from a White House ceremony, singing for three first ladies, to traveling across the globe promoting America. They have appeared with Rosemary Clooney, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and with Dick Clark in a Tribute to Bob Hope. The Swing Sisters tributes to The Andrews Sisters and The McGuire Sisters are jam packed with music, comedy, costumes, nostalgia., and patriotism leaving audiences on their feet wherever they perform.

 
 
 
 
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