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David Letterman Tonight Show Debut David Letterman made his Tonight Show debut in 1979 as a stand-up comedian. Here's about 90 seconds of his act.
Tags: David  Letterman  Tonight  Show 
Added: 17th March 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Funny Clip on Aging Comedian Elliot Maxx has a good outlook on aging, he enjoys having other people laugh at his problems!
Tags: elliot  maxx  getting  old  stand-up  comedy 
Added: 10th December 2007
Views: 2310
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Posted By: Guido
George Carlin 1968 Tags: Indian    Sergeant    George    Carlin    Comedian    Comedy    stand-up    sketch     
Added: 27th June 2008
Views: 3141
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Posted By: pfc
Alan King - Toast of the Town 1967 Not many people today remember either this legend or the show.
Tags: Alan  King  -  Toast  of  the  Town  1967    comedy    comedian    standup    stand-up    legend   
Added: 25th July 2008
Views: 1565
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Posted By: pfc
Henny Youngman - Hollywood Palace 1966 Tags: henny    youngman    violin    oneliner    one-liner    comedy    stand-up    legend     
Added: 28th August 2008
Views: 1819
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Hal Block WML Outcast Hal Block was a regular panelist on What's My Line? from 1950 to 1953. He started his career as a joke writer in Chicago and once toured overseas with Bob Hope. He was not well liked by the other WML panelists because of his lack of dignity. Years later Bennett Cerf referred to Block as 'a clod.' WML producer Gil Fates recalled, 'Hal was a strange man. He was rumored to have come from a very wealthy family in Chicago, where he wrote material for some of the standout, stand-up comics in the business. He was stocky with curly black hair, heavy lips, and rather bulging eyes. He wore bow ties, stood around with his hands clasped behind his back, and smiled most of the time. He seemed completely uninhibited by either sensitivity or propriety. He referred to Ethel Barrymore as 'you doll' and planted big wet kisses on both Sister Kenny and Helen Hayes as they passed down the panel to say goodbye. For our deodorant sponsor he gratuitously coined the phrase, 'Make your armpit a charmpit.' Hal was totally oblivious to the panel's distaste for his jokes or to the icy correctness with which John Daly would greet one of his appalling observations. 'You're the prettiest nun I ever saw,' he once complimented a Dominican Sister in full habit. 'So what was so wrong?' he asked in defense. 'She was a real doll.' You couldn't teach the meaning of good taste to Hal any more than StarKist could teach it to Charlie the Tuna. Hal's relationship to the show was much like that of the small-town, stay-at-home wife to her rising young corporate executive husband. Hal had served his purpose when the program was young, but now that we were a class product his gaucheries were no longer tolerable.' In March 1953 Block was quietly replaced on the WML panel by the much more urbane Steve Allen. Block died, pretty much forgotten, from injuries he suffered in an apartment fire, in 1981 at age 67.
Tags: Hal  Block  Whats  My  Line  panelist 
Added: 17th November 2009
Views: 4592
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Posted By: Lava1964
Banned at Victorias Secret - Chick Comedy Tags: Banned  at  Victorias  Secret  -  Chick  Comedy  Victorias    Secret    bras    lingerie    underwear    Diane    Nichols    funny    female    stand-up    comic    comedian    comedienne    ladies    women    chicks    girls    comedy    ComedyTime    Comedy    Time    Chick     
Added: 23rd March 2010
Views: 2817
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Posted By: Cliffy
Retirement Home Envy - Comedy Time Tags: Retirement  Home  Envy  -  Comedy  Time    funny    stand-up    comic    comedy    comedian    ComedyTime    Comedy    Time    old    man    woman    wheelchair    free    golf    the    villages    community    drink    grandpa     
Added: 29th April 2010
Views: 2277
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Posted By: pfc
Ray Combs The original ABC version of Family Feud was hosted by Richard Dawson from 1976 through 1985. Three years later the game show returned to the air on CBS (and then syndication) with Ray Combs as its host. Combs was originally a comedian who was successful as a warm-up act for studio audiences at TV tapings. His favorable reputation once got him a stand-up gig on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. When Family Feud was resurrected, Combs was inevitably compared to Richard Dawson--usually unfavorably. When Mark Goodson, Family Feud's creator, died in 1993, his son took control of the show. With ratings noticeably falling, it was announced that Combs would be replaced by old favorite Richard Dawson in 1994. At the end of the final Family Feud that Combs hosted, he left the stage immediately after he said goodbye--instead of mingling with the competing families, as was the custom. Combs never recovered from losing the show. A car accident caused a spinal injury that put him in constant pain. The comedy clubs he owned closed; he suffered major financial losses and lost his home. His wife of 18 years left him. Displying suicidal tendencies, Combs was hospitalized shortly after his 40th birthday. Not long after his release, police were called to Combs' home which he was violently trashing. He was taken to a mental institution. A short time later Combs committed suicide by hanging himself with his bed linen. In a weird coincidence, Richard Dawson died 16 years to the day that Ray Combs did.
Tags: Ray  Combs  suicide  game  show  host 
Added: 24th July 2010
Views: 6978
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Posted By: Lava1964
Marriage and Underwear - Jeff Allen Tags: Marriage  and  Underwear  -  Jeff  Allen      jeff    allen  comedian    corporate    comedy      stand-up    funny  hilarious    underwear  boxers      briefs 
Added: 13th August 2010
Views: 1974
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Posted By: pfc

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