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Capt. Wild Bill Kelso
Appears on National Lampoon's "Missing White House Tapes" LP released by Banana Records (a leisure service of National Lampoon) in 1973\74.
1 Biographical Movie |
2 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
7 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
The Blues Brothers | Jake | Kevin Scott
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Did You Know?
I give so much pleasure to so many people. Why can I not get some pleasure for myself?
Made a "Guest Star Appearance" on an episode of the television series Police Squad!
(1982) which showed him underwater wearing cement shoes. He died shortly before the episode aired, so the scene was cut and replaced by a segment with William Conrad
. After the success of the Naked Gun movies in the early 1990s, ABC-TV re-aired episodes of "Police Squad!" and hoped to re-edit the Belushi scene ...
On Saturday Night Live, he often did a running act on the Weekend Update section where he would give an editorial speech that starts calmly, but increases in emotional intensity until the end he is screaming and flailing around like a maniac.