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In Computability, an instructional VHS tape from 1984, comedian Steve Allen and actress Jayne Meadows "take us on a light-hearted but detailed tour of the ways a home computer can change your life by simply using the correct software packages to suit your needs.

Steve Allen is my most important and enduring influence. Not the comedy, though that was great. It was his social, intellectual and philosophical reasonableness. It was the dozens and dozens of books he wrote. Dumbth", "Steve Allen on the Bible, Religion, and Morality", and "Mark It and Strike It" are among my most highly prized possessions. Jayne Meadows and Steve Allen, 1964. They were married from 1954 until his death in 2000.

Jayne Meadows Remembered. Only a few dozen hours of the Steve Allen "Tonight" show still exist. The kinescopes were largely destroyed by what Allen once referred to as "some idiot in a New Jersey warehouse who needed to clear shelf space. Fortunately, this rare clip of Steve opening one night's show captures so many of his talents - in just seven-and-a-half minutes. His energy, spontaneity, and comic sensibility are just as fresh today as they were back in 1954. Steve Allen on The Tonight Show (Rare Clip). This is the full version of the clip from the original incarnation of The.

Stephen Valentine Patrick William "Steve" Allen (December 26, 1921 – October 30, 2000) was an American television personality, radio personality, musician, composer, actor, comedian, writer, and advocate of scientific skepticism. In 1954, he achieved national fame as the co-creator and first host of The Tonight Show, which was the first late night television talk show.

Jayne Meadows, a glamorous redheaded actress who starred on Broadway, in the movies and on television, but who was probably best known for her 46-year role as Steve Allen’s wife, business partner and frequent co-star, died on Sunday at her home in Encino, Calif. She was 95. Her son, Bill Allen, confirmed her death on Monday. Ms. Meadows was never as well known as her younger sister, Audrey, who played Alice Kramden on the now-classic Jackie Gleason sitcom The Honeymooners.

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This is a list of works by American television personality, musician, composer, actor, comedian, and writer Steve Allen. Down Memory Lane (1949). The Benny Goodman Story (1956). The Big Circus (1959). College Confidential (1960). Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968). Rich Man, Poor Man (1976). The St. Tammany Miracle (1994). Songs for Sale (1950–1952). What's My Line? (regular panelist, 1953–1954; frequent guest panelist 1954–1967).

He was married to actress-comedienne Jayne Meadows. Before Jay, Johnny, or Jack, there was Steve. It was Steve Allen who in 1954 created the Tonight Show, a pop culture institution that has become America’s longest-running and most successful late-night program

Jayne Meadows Dies at 95; Widow of Steve Allen Was Nominated for 3 Emmys. Jayne Meadows, a longtime television actress who was the widow of TV legend Steve Allen and the elder sister of actress Audrey Meadows, died of natural causes at her home in Encino, Calif. Meadows was thrice nominated for Emmys, the first time for a 1977 episode of the PBS show Meeting of Minds, the second time in 1987 for an episode of NBC’s St. Elsewhere on which she guested and the third time in 1996 for supporting actress in a comedy for CBS show High Society.