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Published Date: 4/26/2014
There was a time when everyone loved Lucy. Lucille Ball, who starred as a dizzy housewife with dreams of stardom in the groundbreaking sitcom "I Love Lucy," was the "queen of comedy"...
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Published Date: 4/24/2014
Bud Abbott died 40 years ago today, following decades in Hollywood in which he rose from the vaudeville circuit to the heights of film and television – performing as one-half of the iconic comedy duo Abbott and Costello...
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Published Date: 4/16/2014
Charlie Chaplin wore many hats in his life: actor, director, comedian, writer, producer, mogul and pariah. But the most beloved of his hats was a simple bowler that transformed Chaplin into his beloved, timeless Little Tramp...
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Published Date: 3/4/2014
When John Candy died 20 years ago today, he left a giant hole in the world of comedy. In addition to his grieving family, Candy was mourned by a huge community of friends who fell in love with Candy during his all-too-brief career making people laugh.
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Published Date: 3/3/2014
It was hard not to like Lou Costello, the comic to Bud Abbott's straight man that took them from the vaudeville stage to film to the new medium of television...
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Published Date: 2/26/2014
For as long as humans have had the power of speech, last words have held a place of particular meaning in our lives. Some express the culmination of a lifetime's worth of wisdom, others remind us of the inevitability of our own mortality, and a few are just funny....
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