Show Business: On the Griddle with Frye

Make no mistake about it, David Frye is a master impressionist who has what it takes these days: Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, William F. Buckley, George Wallace and Nelson Rockefeller. In the world of impressions and mimicry, where a good line is usually the shortest distance between Jimmy Stewart and Gregory Peck, Frye bobs and weaves among the political heavyweights armed with perfect pitch and deadly accuracy.

Frye is everywhere on TV these days, but nowhere is his extensive range of characters more fully revealed than in his first record album, I...

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