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I know this has been talked about but TAGS characters crop up in the strangest places and when you find them you just gotta tell somebody! 

I was just watching an Alfred Hitchcock episode 'How to Get Rid of Your Wife' and lo and behold there was Chester and Skippy and they were in the same scenes together.  It's almost as exciting as finding a new Tom sighting!

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MeTV's "Christmas in July", had an '84 episode of "The Love Boat" that starred Ernest T. Bass!!!

Howard McNear was also in two of my favorite shows,

Gunsmoke-- 6 episodes

The Twilight Zone-- 2 episodes

Steve.......

I watch The Twilight Zone a lot too. Howard had a pretty big role in the S3:E30 "Hocus Pocus & Mr. Frisby"

Saw Frances Bavier in a late 1950s episode of Perry Mason. She played an aunt again, the aunt of Perry's client. Of course her niece didn't do it.

Our beloved Colonel Harvey plays the role of "Colonel" in the Ironside episode "Sergeant Mike". 

 

Scary dude.  I hope he wasn’t the culprit.

No, not the prime culprit. But he did have a "suite" complete with bars in part of the episode. 

This guy is in several Twilight Zone episodes too. 

Hal Smith was in a number of episodes on an early 50s show called “I Married Joan”.  Oddly enough, the episode I saw him in wasn’t listed on IMDb.  (I know it was him, even though he was playing bridge, and had a mustache.)

I watched Helen in an episode of Death Valley Days today.  She couldn't act in that show either.  

MeTV is killin' me:

Otis drove one of the stars away from a crime scene on "77 Sunset Strip",

Opie's band's song was playing on the jukebox on "Gomer Pyle, USMC",

and Mayor Stoner is trying to shut down the Cannonball on "Petticoat Junction"  (Where's Homer Bedloe?)

Just watched an oldie last night from 1958 - "Book, Bell and Candle" - with Jimmy Stewart, Kim Novak & Jack Lemmon....and out pops Floyd!

Howard McNear himself...looking very dapper, I must say.

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