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Conan & Mel Brooks Remember Sid Caesar

Posted 02.19.2014 | Comedy

Conan O'Brien spent most of his Tuesday show reminiscing with Mel Brooks about the legend that was Sid Caesar. When Caesar's death was announced la...

Caesar's Mt. Rushmore of Comedy Writing Set the Bar

Steve Young | Posted 04.19.2014 | Comedy
Steve Young

What I would hope people take from Sid Caesar's life work was his willingness to take the risk that led to something new and hysterically wonderful.

Talking Comedy and Television With Sid Caesar

Barbara Isenberg | Posted 04.15.2014 | Comedy
Barbara Isenberg

"Plain luck is that you were in the right place with the right people at the right time. Then the rest is up to you. Laughs are not insured."

'Everything Anybody's Doing In Comedy Today, You Can Probably Trace It All Back To Sid Caesar'

Posted 02.13.2014 | Comedy

After learning that Sid Caesar had passed away on Wednesday, Conan gave a short and sweet tribute to the comedy legend, encouraging young people to ch...

Sid Caesar's 'Great Sense Of The Absurd'

The Huffington Post | Jason Hughes | Posted 02.13.2014 | Entertainment

Larry King broke the news via Twitter that his dear friend Sid Caesar had died at 91-years old. Caesar was a comedy legend and one of the true pioneer...

Carl Reiner Talks Orgasms, Show Business And What It's Like To Be 90

Pat Gallagher | Posted 04.03.2013 | Fifty
Pat Gallagher

If Carl Reiner were a painting, he would be a Picasso. Reiner will leave 'permanent marks on every discipline he entered' -- television and film producer, writer, director and comedian. At 90, this eclectic showman is a true role model for every person who has ever attempted to entertain the masses.

WATCH: Mel Brooks Keeps Asking Carl Reiner About His Erection

Posted 11.16.2012 | Comedy

When Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner met in 1950 working on "Your Show of Shows," they very well may have realized that they would still be hanging out 62 ...

Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner: Still Kings of Comedy

Debra Levine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Debra Levine

"We didn't know if they were after Communists, Jews, or just short people." With that great one-liner, Mel Brooks, the funniest man in the world, defused -- no, ridicules -- the McCarthy hearings of the 1950s.