The series petered out in the early 1970s.. At first I thought the fad burned it self out but no. Kermit was already well into a long career as a TV and radio producer by the time these books say daylight. He was born in 1923, he was 56 when he died in 1979. Dick Clark picked up the Bloopers baton and did a series of TV shows blatantly ripping off the work of Kermit Schaefer. But Clark knew this perfectly well and usually carried a dedication to Kermit by name. More here.categories of incidental puns and mispronounced words. All in all not exactly hysterical.
"'A topless go-go dancer was in costume driving home at night, near Phoenix Arizona. She was busted by police for indecent exposure and for missing a lens out of her glasses.He really immersed himself in the universe of Bloopers. He did Blooper books not at all related to broadcasting such as "Typo Bloopers" that was all about print and not at all about broadcasting. He did the Bedside Book of Celebrity Bloopers, Blooper Blowups, Blooper Tube, Bloopers Bloopers Bloopers and on and on and on.
"...Don't forget, tonight at nine, our special guest... because it is.. .will be.. I forgot."
-WIOD-AM Miami, FL Alan Courtney
"Today, thousands cheered today as Pope Pius the 12th stood at his bedroom window in St. Peters Square and exposed himself."
"Well streakers are at it again... this time at a local football game... I can't for the world of me figure out this type of behavior... I guess it's their way of showing they're nuts."
-Larry Glick WBZ-AM Boston.
"Hurry up folks and deposit your letters now. We'll be waiting for your droppings in the box..."
"Reigers furniture store features the finest, most durable furniture available. Shop at Reigers, where we have been servicing the housewife for twenty-six years."
WBAT-AM Marion, IN