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George Maharis - Route 66 / Cant Help Falling In Love / Where Does Happiness Go? / More I Cannot Do


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Maharis also recorded numerous pop music albums at the height of his fame, and later starred in the short-lived TV series The Most Deadly Game. Maharis was one of seven children born to I Just Wanna Celebrate - Rare Earth - The Best Of Rare Earth - Incredibly Motown immigrants in Astoria, Queens.

Maharis was 32 at the time the series started, although the character he was playing was only He received an Emmy nomination in for his continuing performance as Buz. Maharis departed without completing his third season of the series, which saw him with health problems, including hepatitis. Maharis said he left Route 66 for health reasons, due to long hours and grueling conditions while shooting on location. Series producers Stirling Silliphant and Herbert B.

Leonard said that Maharis desired to break his contract and make movies. Glenn Corbett became Milner's new sidekick, Linc Case. A year later Route 66 was canceled. The series lasted 12 episodes, ending in January He modeled fully nude for Opposition - Better Days & Bad Advice July issue of Playgirl magazine as one of the first celebrities to do so.

In the s, he performed in Las Vegas. Maharis released LPs and singles through Epic Records earlier in his career. His only top pop hit was his version of the standard " Teach Me Tonight ", which hit number 25 in Junealthough several other singles charted below the top Later, he performed in nightclubs and pursued a secondary career as an impressionist painter.

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8 thoughts on “ George Maharis - Route 66 / Cant Help Falling In Love / Where Does Happiness Go? / More I Cannot Do

  1. Oct 14,  · Star of TV's classic "Route 66" also did several LP's. Cover version of song written, and made famous by Anthony Wewley, this is a stereo vinyl track from the LP "Just Turn Me Loose!".
  2. Route 66 Lyrics: Well if you ever plan to motor west / Just take my way that's the highway that's the best / Get your kicks on Route 66 / Well it winds from Chicago to L.A / More than miles.
  3. George Maharis (born September 1, ) is an American actor who portrayed Buz Murdock in the first three seasons of the TV series Route Maharis also recorded numerous pop music albums at the height of his fame, and later starred in the short-lived TV series The Most Deadly Game.
  4. In the fall of , George Maharis left route 66 after two-and-one-half seasons of playing a major part in the creation of some of the best television of the decade, and arguably of all time. Earlier that same year he contracted hepatitis and spent a month in the hospital as co-star Martin Milner continued filming solo episodes to finish out the second season.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of George Maharis Sings! on Discogs/5(2).
  6. Maybe not everybody hates Maharis, after all. Maybe it’s just the people George does battle with. Besides, things are still worse in Cuba, Laos and the Congo. And all Maharis wants is for people to understand him, — and let George do it.

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