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MOON RIVER CROONER Andy Williams has died at the age of CD of the same name brought this song right up to date ten years ago. Pop singer extraordinaire and TV legend Andy Williams graced the airwaves between and with Frank Gorshin, Lorne Greene, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Jo Anne Worley, Bob Newhart, and more! Original Air Date: October 11 , . Bing Crosby & Andy: In a Little Spanish Town ('Twas on a Night Like This). The Platters singles chronology. "Helpless" (), "Twilight Time" (), "You' re Making a Mistake" (). "Helpless" (), "Twilight Time" (), "You're Making a Mistake" (). "Twilight Time" is a popular song with lyrics by Buck Ram, and the music by The Three Suns Nelson's version peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles.
What did he ever do to you?! Bart also got beaten for "Wasting teacher's valuable time!
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Krabappel asked, and received pain for "Besmirching an innocent girl's name! In contrast to the above noble attacks, when Milhouse claims to care about the environment in order to impress Lisa, Nelson stands over him with a fist raised and demands he "Say global warming is a myth!
He has an "office" located in a toilet stall where he has the answer sheets hidden in the toilet cistern. Ironically, he once mentioned to have a desire to get into event planning when he grows up. Family[ edit ] Nelson's parents are Mr. His grandfather is a Judge. Muntz works on the fringes of the sex industry, either as a waitress at Hooters or in a topless bar.
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It is shown many times that Nelson's father abandoned him and his mother at an early age when he "went to pick up some cigarettes". Nelson's father appears as the children's soccer coach and awards Nelson with a free trip to Pele 's Soccer and Acting School.
To get rid of him, Bart finds Nelson's father and brings him to meet Nelson. It turned out that he did not leave Nelson deliberately; he bit into a chocolate bar, not knowing it had peanuts and had an allergic reaction. Looking like the Elephant Man, he ran out of the store and encountered a circus that made him a part of its freak show. At performances, circus attendees threw peanuts at him, which perpetuated his reaction, never allowing him to return to normal.
When the circus came through Springfield, Bart recognized him and brought him home to rid himself of Nelson who had been taken into the Simpson home by Marge. Nelson is not seen with the bully trio very often, hinting that his friendship with them is superficial. Nelson himself was subjected to a beating at the hands of Kearney and Jimbo at the racetrack when he used the word "guff" instead of "shit".
Although still prone to violence, he occasionally hangs out with Bart and his outcast friends such as Milhouse Van Houten and even common bullying target Martin Prince, Jr.
Bart is shown to be capable enough of beating Nelson up. Although he cannot control his delinquent tendencies, he treats her with respect and even tries to change for her, although both of them realize that he is not being true to himself by doing so. Nelson kisses Lisa, only to be berated by Jimbo, Kearney, and Dolph, who believe that kissing girls is gay despite the fact that Jimbo kissed Laura Powers.
After Williams performed the song at the awards show, it became a hit. Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes then sold across the country, garnering critical acclaim and propelling Williams into stardom. The album remained on the charts for the next three years and peaked at No. From toWilliams was one of the most popular vocalists in the country and was signed to what was at that time the biggest recording contract in history.
By he had earned as many as 17 gold-album awards. These recordings, along with his natural affinity for the music of the s and early s, combined to make him one of the premier easy listening singers of that era. Williams forged an indirect collaborative relationship with Henry Mancinialthough they never recorded together. On August 5,the story, room Caesars Palace casino and nightclub opened in Las Vegas, Nevadawith the stage production of "Rome Swings", in which Williams starred.
He performed to a sold-out crowd in the Circus Maximus showroom. He headlined for Caesars for the next twenty years. On September 17,Columbia released a single of two songs Williams sang at the funeral of Robert F. Kennedyhis close friend: These were never released on a long-playing record but have appeared in several compilations of Williams' output. Williams also competed in the teenage-oriented singles market and had several charting hits, including " Can't Get Used to Losing You ", " Happy Heart ", and "Where Do I Begin"the theme song from the blockbuster film Love Story.
Unaware that she was releasing the song as a single, he asked to perform it on the show. The exposure ultimately led to his having the bigger hit with the song. The song "Happy Heart" was used for the final scene and end credits of Danny Boyle 's award-winning directorial debut film, Shallow Grave The Andy Williams Show[ edit ] Building on his experience with Allen and some short-term variety shows in the s, he became the star of his own weekly television variety show in the fall of Though canceled after due to low ratings, the show was then sponsored to make 12 weekly specials in the — season.
Among his series regulars were the Osmond Brothers. He gave up the variety show in while it was still popular, continuing with three specials per year. His Christmas specials, which appeared regularly until and intermittently from into the s, were among the most popular of the genre. Christmas",  due to his perennial Christmas specials and the success of " It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year ". He returned to television with a syndicated half-hour series in — In the early s, when the Nixon Administration attempted to deport John LennonWilliams was an outspoken defender of the former Beatle 's right to stay in the United States.
Williams is included in the montage of caricatures on the cover of Ringo Starr 's album, Ringo. Don Williams at the time was the manager for entertainer Ray Stevenswho had just opened a theatre in Branson. While attending Stevens' show, Williams was encouraged by numerous Branson guests to open a venue in the town. It went on to become the first theatre ever to be featured in Architectural Digestand also won the Conservation Award from the State of Missouri. The Larson Company of Tucson, Arizona, fabricated a section of rock on Missouri's Highway 76 and the theatre was soon engulfed with waterfalls, koi-filled ponds, ferns and trees native to the Ozarks.
The inside of the theatre incorporates the outside. Trees and plants are seen throughout the theatre's three lobbies.
Oak floors are accompanied by African ribbon-striped mahogany walls that are filled with pictures of the Andy Williams Television Show. Williams' passion for art can be seen throughout as well. From the start of his career, Williams had accumulated several paintings and sculptures and decided to fill his theatre with his collection.
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The seating is stadium-style for the best view. The seats and carpets match Williams' Navajo rug collection and are forest green, magenta, gold and blue. On display inside the auditorium are nineteen Japanese Kimonos. The stage has accommodated numerous shows and guest celebrities. When it first opened, it was unique because his was the first non-country act to open in the then-mostly-country music town.
It was said he was discouraged by many back home in California from making such a bold move, but that was what he wanted. Nelson Muntz is an Andy Williams fan, and in the episode he forces the gang to make a detour to Branson so he could see his idol.
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He is reduced to tears as Williams performs "Moon River" during the second encore. Art is center stage in the restaurant, with works by several artists including Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana.
A new generation was reminded of Williams' recordings and a sell-out UK tour followed the success of the single, prompting a British Revival for Williams.