Bill Murray Makes the Best Entrances

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Bill Murray Makes the Best Entrances

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | February 1, 2014 | Comments ()

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This is how you make an entrance, folks. Make note of it for you next meeting, birthday party, or family gathering.

Also, Bill Murray is the best.

See also: Bill Murray’s entrance as Liberace.

Bill Murray coming from the Kentucky Derby.

Bill Murray coming out as a football player.

Bill Murray coming out as … this guy.

As this … ?

And here’s his best Letterman appearance, on the very first episode of Late Night with David Letterman in February 1982.

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  • SemNorbert

    Its very good ways to best entrances video.

  • chumplunt

    Um, what was at the end of the 1982 clip? US School's only went from 12-3?!?
    No wonder the education standards have dropped so dramatically.

  • LittleMissPonderer

    I'm probably the only person on earth who feels this way, but to me, Bill Murray is starting to suffer from that classic middle(ish)-aged actor disorder known as Trying TooHardosis.

  • pajiba

    Yup. Only person.

  • LittleMissPonderer

    I'll accept my fate with dignity, and without wearing tights.

  • BWeaves

    I think it would feel more like Trying TooHardosis if he was twerking or wearing a gold grill or doing something the younger guys were doing. But at this point, it's sort of a running gag on Letterman that Murray is going to make some sort of an entrance, and a lot of the fun is that you never know what that entrance is going to be.

  • LittleMissPonderer

    Ok, fair enough, I suppose I can accept that. It's probably a personal thing. Between Robin Williams, Randy Constan, and now this, I just can't appreciate the whimsical charms of mantyhose.

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