Amos and Andy

Amos and Andy

dim-witted Andy Brown and level-headed partner Amos Jones, owners of the Fresh Air Taxi Cab Company. [Radio and TV: “The Amos and Andy Show” in Terrace, I, 54]
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On the show "Amos 'n' Andy," syndicated radio actors Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll portrayed two black men, Amos and Andy, who came to the city from the South.
The update includes 200 new entries, including "the dot com boom and bust, Clinton's impeachment, the events of September 11, and American's war on terrorism." Designed to "enlighten and entertain as well as inform," the volume includes brief entries on AARP, Abbott and Costello, the Afghanistan War, AIDS, Woody Allen, the ACLU, "Amos and Andy," Maya Angelou, the Ashcan School, Arthur Ashe, Fred Astaire, and the atomic bomb.
Created in the 1920s, Amos and Andy followed the story of two African-Americans from the Deep South trying to forge new lives for themselves in Harlem.