[Chicago Slices raw: look-alike interviews with Irv Kupcinet and on street]

Who-do-you-look-like? Tom Weinberg asks KUP. Street interviews with Ahdee.

00:00Copy video clip URL Tom Weinberg in office with journalist Irv Kupcinet directing him to say who people say he looks like. He records various takes staying people tell him he looks like Cary Grant, then one version where he says, “people say I look like Irv Kupcinet.”

01:46Copy video clip URL A man with a bushy mustache and gray hair says he looks like Albert Einstein or Mark Twain.

02:20Copy video clip URL Change of location. Ahdee Goldberg and videographer Doug Sawyer are on the street downtown Chicago asking passerby if anyone’s ever told them they look like someone famous.

02:41Copy video clip URL One man says no one’s ever told him he looks like anyone. Another man says people tell him he looks like James Garner. One lady says Shirley Temple.

03:10Copy video clip URL A man wearing sunglasses says no.

03:31Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. A young man says people say he looks like Ben Seaver from Growing Pains.

03:52Copy video clip URL One girls answers no. Another says people say she looks like Brooke Shields. A little kid says he looks like Sandy Koufax.

04:39Copy video clip URL One woman says my daughter. A guy and girl say no one. A man from Canada says people say he looks like his friend, but no one famous.

05:03Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. A guy says he looks like a character on 101 Dalmatians. Another guy says he looks like Woody Harrelson. Another guy who resembles Matt Damon says he looks like no one. A woman says she doesn’t look like anyone.

06:32Copy video clip URL Sawyer puts the camera on Goldberg to get her to say who she looks like but she playfully ignores him.

06:39Copy video clip URL A man says no. Another man says Kevin Bacon.

07:20Copy video clip URL A group of three ladies walking down the street. One says, “My mama.” Another says “no one, I’m unique.” A third says a singer from TLC.

08:11Copy video clip URL A woman says my parents. Three young girls say no one.

08:48Copy video clip URL A young lady says Judith Light. Two other women say no one. A third young girl say Alyssa Milano.

09:28Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. Videographer is with a group of teenagers. One young girl says my mom, another says Kennedy from MTV, a young guy says Martin Short, a girl says Meryl Streep.

10:27Copy video clip URL A man says, “At one time I resembled Robin Williams.”

10:35Copy video clip URL A young boy says “my mom,” another boy says Bruce Lee and strikes a martial arts pose, a girl says, “I look just like my dad,” a young boy says Dan Aykroyd. A young girl says nobody. A young boy says Will Perdue.

11:15Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. The young guy who says he looks like Woody Harrelson parodies Harrelson’s line from Cheers, “Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Kelly.”

11:38Copy video clip URL Three businessmen answer: No. No. No.

11:58Copy video clip URL A young girl replies: Sissy Spacek. Another girl she’s with says Glenn Close.

12:28Copy video clip URL A heavyset guy says people tell him he looks like Fred Flintstone.

12:50Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. A man says people tell him he looks like his wife. Various answers follow from various passerby: No one. My sister.

13:23Copy video clip URL A woman from Australia says “Nobody in particular.” When asked where she’s from the woman comments that she’s arrived from Australia yesterday and that this is her first day in Chicago. Her first impressions of the city: wonderful, cosmopolitan but friendly. Friendlier than New York. When asked how long it took her to get to the US from Australia she notes that she was on the plane for 24 hours.

14:09Copy video clip URL A man says nobody. A middle aged woman struggles to think of the famous person’s name. A young man says he looks like Anthony Stokley Banks. When asked, “Who’s that?” he says, “That’s me!” And that his name Stokley comes from Stokley Carmichael, an activist.

15:00Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. An older man says no one. A young boy says no. His mom says she looks like herself.

15:38Copy video clip URL A young man says Kevin Costner.

15:50Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. A woman says Daryl Hannah. A guy says Huey Lewis. A woman says Annette Funicello.

16:32Copy video clip URL A man removes his sunglasses and says, “I look like Mayor Sawyer.”

16:43Copy video clip URL Another man says people say he looks like Shaft.

16:55Copy video clip URL A German man says he doesn’t know.

17:15Copy video clip URL A man says Jack Nicklaus.

17:29Copy video clip URL An older woman says years ago people said she looked like someone: Merle Oberon. She says of course, they used to say I was born out of the country because of my accent: I have a strictly Ohio accent.

17:40Copy video clip URL Video drop outs. Stop/re-start digitizing. The woman’s friends said she looked like Shirley Temple as a kid.

19:22Copy video clip URL A young woman says “The Uh-Huh girls on the Pepsi commercials.” A man says Sydney Poitier, Hershel Walker, Muhammad Ali.

19:57Copy video clip URL A heavy set man says no one.

20:10Copy video clip URL An old man says I don’t know. No one except me, I guess.

20:25Copy video clip URL An attractive elderly woman says in her younger days people says she looks like Joan Crawford, and then she gets into a limousine. Her chauffeur says he looks like a horn blower (Louis Armstrong).

21:16Copy video clip URL A young man on a street corner says he looks like one of the Barbarian Brothers.

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