Tim Moore, top, playing the roguish but likeable Kingfish, Spencer Williams, left, as the gullible and romantically-involved Andy, and Alvin Childress as the homey, logic-minded Amos appear in "The Amos 'n' Andy Show."
Tim Moore, top, playing the roguish but likeable Kingfish, Spencer Williams, left, as the gullible and romantically-involved Andy, and Alvin Childress as the homey, logic-minded Amos appear in "The Amos 'n' Andy Show." AP
Tim Moore, top, playing the roguish but likeable Kingfish, Spencer Williams, left, as the gullible and romantically-involved Andy, and Alvin Childress as the homey, logic-minded Amos appear in "The Amos 'n' Andy Show." AP

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