Gilda Radner, John Belushi, Laraine Newman, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris and Bill Murray eating souvlaki.

Gilda Radner, John Belushi, Laraine Newman, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris and Bill Murray eating souvlaki.

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By 1923, with severe traffic congestion in most downtowns, police had adopted a system of lights switched by hand; in belief that motorists would not obey a signal without a policeman present. Cleveland businessman and inventor Garrett Morris improved on those ideas with the invention of traffic lights. His key innovation wasn't the yellow light, but the system's automation; not only were timed lights better at handling traffic, they couldn't discriminate against black motorists, like…

By 1923, with severe traffic congestion in most downtowns, police had adopted a system of lights switched by hand; in belief that motorists would not obey a signal without a policeman present. Cleveland businessman and inventor Garrett Morris improved on those ideas with the invention of traffic lights. His key innovation wasn't the yellow light, but the system's automation; not only were timed lights better at handling traffic, they couldn't discriminate against black motorists, like…

Ellen Cleghorne Garrett Morris Sherri Shepherd TV Cleghorne 35m-6653

Ellen Cleghorne Garrett Morris Sherri Shepherd TV Cleghorne 35m-6653

CAST: Glynn Turman, Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, Garrett Morris, Cynthia Davis; DIRECTED BY: Michael A. Schultz; PRODUCER: Samuel Z. Arkoff, American International Pictures (A.I.P.) Steve Krantz; Features:

CAST: Glynn Turman, Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, Garrett Morris, Cynthia Davis; DIRECTED BY: Michael A. Schultz; PRODUCER: Samuel Z. Arkoff, American International Pictures (A.I.P.) Steve Krantz; Features:

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