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question about the Maestro

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PostPosted: January 23, 2004 10:07 AM 

Can you verify the origin of the Seinfeld character The understanding
is that he was based on the Porsche mechanic Harry Pellow that Seinfeld used in
CA to have cars rebuilt? THANK YOU.

J. Peterman

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PostPosted: February 2, 2004 8:57 PM 

yeah, i am pretty sure you're right. he is harry pellow.

bill k

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PostPosted: February 2, 2004 11:04 PM 

Bob Cobb is the maestro's real name, has anyone ever seen the episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm where Larry is arguing about who invented the cobb salad, hes like what are you talking about , Bob Cobb invented it!

J. Peterman

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PostPosted: February 3, 2004 1:14 PM 

yeah that was a funny episode of curb. he even has his secretary research the matter Laughing

The Duke
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: February 4, 2004 8:26 AM 

I was watching "Animal House" last week,and who turned up in it?
The Maestro


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PostPosted: February 4, 2004 11:29 AM 

he also was the infamous dad in the "we're not gonna take it" video by twister sister

J. Chiles

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PostPosted: February 4, 2004 2:48 PM 

Mark Metcalf has been in a bunch of movies and TV shows.

The Maestro was also The Master on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Ohhhh, Master! Very Happy

Plus, he was Captain Pike on JAG


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PostPosted: October 31, 2004 7:46 PM 

is maestro the one who talks in thrid person all the time?

Bad Breaker Upper

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PostPosted: October 31, 2004 7:48 PM 

Verity. No, it's Jimmy who always talks in the third person.


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PostPosted: October 31, 2004 10:04 PM 

What's wrong with the way Jimmy talks?

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