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Likewise, "Makin' Whoopee," which began as a banjo-eyed signature for Eddie Cantor, is better known to subsequent generations as an R&B classic thanks to Dinah Washington and Ray Charles.
That big-hair bubble do of the '60s, flame-red lipstick, and banjo-eyed enthusiasm, leave the viewer wishing to immediately hook onto another Progressive Flo commercial; they're as addictive as chain smoking, only without the cigarette.