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Freddie Prinze "Looking Good" Sealed LP 1974 Signed Autograph

Prinze, Freddie  Looking Good Sealed LP 1974 Signed Autograph
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Prinze, Freddie "Looking Good" Sealed LP 1974 Signed Autograph
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Prinze, Freddie  Looking Good Sealed LP 1974 Signed Autograph
Freddie Prinze(Columbia PC 33562)-"Looking Good"-Sealed Lp. This vintage comedy Lp was released in 1975. It was recorded live and some tracks include-Hunga Rican,Washington Heights,Survival,Hangin With Nat,We're All The Same plus more! Frederick Karl Pruetzel (June 22, 1954 – January 29, 1977), better known as “Freddie Prinze” was an American actor and stand-up comedian. In his short career he was best known as the star of Chico and the Man. He was the father of actor Freddie Prinze, Jr.Prinze worked at several comedy clubs in New York City, including Catch a Rising Star and The Improv. For the sake of his budding comedic career, he changed his surname to “Prinze”, which he chose because, according to his friend David Brenner, he originally wanted to be known as the King of comedy, but Alan King already had that last name, so he would be the Prince of comedy instead.

In 1973, he made his first television appearance on one of the last episodes of The Jack Paar Show. In December 1973, his biggest break came with an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Prinze was the first young comedian to be asked to have a sit-down chat with Carson on his first appearance. (Prinze appeared on and guest hosted The Tonight Show on several other occasions).

From 1974 to 1977, Prinze starred as Francisco “Chico” Rodriguez in the NBC TV series Chico and the Man with Jack Albertson. The show was an instant hit. Prinze made several appearances on the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts, most notably at the roasts for Sammy Davis Jr. and Muhammad Ali.

In 1975, he released a comedy album that was taped live at Mr. Kelly's in Chicago titled Loooking Goood — his catch phrase from Chico and the Man. In 1976, he starred in a made-for-TV movie, The Million Dollar Rip-Off.

Prinze had a little-known talent for singing, examples of which could be heard in the background of the title song of the Tony Orlando and Dawn album To Be With You, in his appearances on their variety show, and on rare occasions on his own sitcom. A piece of shrink wrap has been removed from the front cover and the LP has been autographed on the front cover by Freddie Prinze in black.....CONDITION OF LP IS STILL SEALED. CONDITION OF AUTOGRAPH IS EXCELLENT.COVER HAS A SMALL CUT OUT NOTCH.............