for the Game Show television network (1997)
A cameo in the music video for the song "Love You Madly" by Cake
s: Nalleys' Fine Foods (early-mid 70s)
From December 26, 1969 until approximately March 26, 1970, she took over the lead on Broadway
in "Hello, Dolly". She was one of a succession of replacements for Carol Channing
. Her costar during the 3-month run was Richard Deacon
, best known as bald, bespectacled Mel Cooley on "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
(1981) Release of her book, "The Joys of Aging--and How to Avoid Them: Can Sex Keep You Young? And Other Silly Questions".
(2005) Release of her autobiography, "Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse: My Life in Comedy", by Phyllis with Richard Buskin
(1960s) television commercial for Snowy Bleach.
(1985) TV commercial
for the Million Dollar Wingo Game - Herself (United States)
(October 7, 1982) Guested on "Good Morning New York".
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