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A Tribute to Comedy


With all due respect to everyone comedians everywhere, the best comedians of them all shall no longer be around, apart from Jerry Lewis right now. Comedy today differs from it was yesteryear. Many comedians today have to stretch up to now they'll use language that should not be found in public. Yesterday's comedians did not have to make use of that, we were holding just naturally funny. Prior to advance of film and radio, there were probably comedians that were laugh your brain off funny, but we will never learn about. Even though they were in silent films, we realize that Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Roscoe "Fatty "Arbuckle, and Buster Keaton were the most notable comedians of the day. We could watch many of the old films and laugh as it was funny.

We owe it to ourselves and generations to come to help keep the laughter alive, plus the memories from the funniest of the funniest. Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin were the very best entertainers through the day once they had people receding of these chairs. And while we're talking about Martin and Lewis, what actually transpired to any or all in the great comedy teams? Unfortunately, there are no more comedy teams around. It is indeed my hope and wish that oldsters across this country are telling their kids about Abbott and Costello. Every one of the young baseball players should at least find out about "Who's on First?" A few Stooges won't walk out of style. Does anyone remember the Curly shuffle? (Please Google this right this moment, i dare happened to experience a wide smile.) When I was we were young, everyone knew who Laurel and Hardy were, while they were before time. The amount of people today know about this classic comedy team, and yet another fine mess they were into. Watch them on-line, they're hysterical.

Wheeler and Woolsey were another comedy team, not as recognized, but worth many laughs. The Marx Brothers were a comedy team that was unique, just as much as they were funny. Harpo was one of the funniest people ever, and not spoke a thing. He would have been a simpleton who seemed brilliant. Groucho can be a character who I think will not get out of style. As a team, we were holding amazing. Burns and Allen weren't only a great comedy team; these were and a loving wife and husband. George Burns and Gracie Allen may not share exactly the same last name, however they shared a desire for the other person which is legendary. Lucy and Ricky were the husband and wife we loved to watch on I enjoy Lucy, but Lucy and Ethel were the comedy duo that have the laugh meter going off the charts. With that said, Lucille Ball is, and always will be the funniest female comedian of all time.

There have been many people who make us laugh, and below are a few more: Milton Berle, Red Skelton, Woody Allen, and Bob Hope. For most people, the tiny Rascals would have been a a part of our childhood. Most of the people don't know that it was filmed for a passing fancy studio lot as Laurel and Hardy. I still love watching that old "Blondie" movies. Joe E. Brown stood a great title for his autobiography, Laughter is a marvellous Thing."