Live online interviews - April 29, 1996
DICK WILSON INTERVIEW:
Online host: Big news! Dick Wilson, TV's Mr. Whipple is here! Right now!
*Question: What was a favorite memory from working on Bewitched?
*Dick Wilson: The entire cast, they were absolutely marvelous. It was my happiest time in show business.
Question: Mr. Whipple what are you doing now ??
Dick Wilson: Well, I had a very bad fall and I had brain surgery and I had to learn to walk and talk again. And here I am.
Question: How many years did you make the Charmin commercials?
Dick Wilson: 25 years.
Online host: Mr. Whipple is busily autographing packages of Charmin while he takes your questions.
Question: Do you get Charmin free for the rest of your life?
Dick Wilson: YES, I do. I get free toilet paper for the rest of my life.
Question: In what year was the very first Charmin commercial?
Dick Wilson: 1964.
Question: What role did you play on Bewitched?
Dick Wilson: The drunk, and you're talking to a guy who never had a drink in his life. And that's the truth. My wife will stand by that.
*Question: Do you have any special memories of Elizabeth Montgomery from Bewitched?
*Dick Wilson: She was one of the nicest ladies that I ever met in my life. If it wasn't for my wife I would've married her but my wife wouldn't let me.
Online host: Barbara Eden's here! She's joining us now. It's her first time online, so make her feel welcome.
Online host: Get your questions in now for Jeannie.
Barbara Eden: Hello everybody. Are you there?
Question: How many of those Jeannie costumes were made?
Barbara Eden: MANY, because I did a lot of stunts and they were always getting ripped.
*Question: How do you feel always being compared to Elizabeth Montgomery?
*Barbara Eden: I didn't know I was compared to Elizabeth Montgomery, but I think that I'm in very good company with her.
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