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108th CONGRESS
  2d Session
H. RES. 650

Expressing the sense of the House with respect to the life and work of 
                             Tony Randall.


_______________________________________________________________________


                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                              May 19, 2004

Mr. Sullivan submitted the following resolution; which was referred to 
                   the Committee on Government Reform

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                               RESOLUTION


 
Expressing the sense of the House with respect to the life and work of 
                             Tony Randall.

Whereas Tony Randall was born Leonard Rosenberg in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on February 
        26, 1920, the son of Mogscha Rosenberg, a dealer in artworks and 
        antiques, and the former Julia Finston, and attended Tulsa's Central 
        High School;
Whereas by the late 1950s, Mr. Randall was a much sought-after actor, appearing 
        in a number of television shows, briefly substituting for Steve Allen on 
        the Tonight Show and for Arthur Godfrey, and performed in a great many 
        television plays;
Whereas he was nominated often for Golden Globe awards and performed n the Rock 
        Hudson-Doris Day films ``Pillow Talk'' (1959), ``Lover Come Back'' 
        (1961) and ``Send Me No Flowers'' (1964) as well as the Jayne Mansfield 
        comedy ``Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?'' (1957);
Whereas he was probably best known for his television roles including his TV 
        work in the 1950s by his supporting role in the sitcom ``Mr. Peepers'', 
        and various other projects until he landed the part on ``The Odd 
        Couple'';
Whereas the Emmy-winning actor made the role of fussy neatnik Felix Unger his 
        own in TV's ``The Odd Couple'', and in the sitcom, Randall played the 
        fussy, comically compulsive Felix Unger, apartment-mate of sloppy Oscar 
        Madison portrayed by Jack Klugman, winning an Emmy for the show in 1975;
Whereas Tony Randall's work brought laughter to America, including ``The Odd 
        Couple'', ``The Carol Burnett Show'', ``The Dean Martin Show'', and 
        numerous ``What's My Line?'' episodes;
Whereas throughout all of his television work, he maintained his connection to 
        the theater, spending much of his final years involved with his own 
        theatre company, the National Actors Theater, which he started in 1992; 
        and
Whereas he is survived by his wife, actress Heather Harlan, and their two 
        children: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the House of Representatives--
            (1) commends Tony Randall for his life and accomplishments; 
        and
            (2) recognizes his talent, hard work, and dedication to his 
        craft.
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