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Sid Caesar, Comedian of Comedians From TV's Early Days, Dies at 91

New York Times - 12 Feb 2014
Sid Caesar, a comedic force of nature who became one of television's first stars in the early 1950s and influenced generations of comedians and comedy writers, died on Wednesday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 91. His death was announced by ...
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Owen Canfield: Give Voelpel's regards to Broadway

Torrington Register Citizen - 14 Jul 2017
And he had working relationships with all of them, including such stars as Barbara Streisand, Danny Kaye, Carol Burnett, Sid Caesar, Dick Shawn, Pat Carroll, Neil Simons, Robert Montgomery, Pat Boone, Patrice Munsel, Jason Robards, Patti Paige, Andy ...
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A funny thing happens on the way to this Muny show, but it all works

Belleville News-Democrat - 07 Jul 2017
Written by Burt Shevelove (“No, No Nanette”) and Larry Gelbart, creator of “M*A*S*H” and part of the legendary Sid Caesar writing stable that included Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Carl Reiner and Woody Allen, “Forum” recalls variety show sketches du jour ...
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Mandel backs 'pizzagate' promoter, dings anti-hate group

KSL.com - 21 Jul 2017
Posobiec also was among protesters who rushed the stage at the New York Public Theater's recent Trump-inspired staging of "Julius Caesar." The league stood by its decision to identify both men as major figures in the burgeoning "alt-lite" movement ...
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Trump Exposes What Real Privilege Looks Like in America

American Thinker (blog) - 01 Jul 2017
It was Sid Caesar that said: “comedy has to be based on truth.” No wonder there isn't much to laugh about on late-night TV lately. Watching the likes of Seth Meyers breaking Sid's rule while smugly hiding behind his write privilege is truly painful to ...
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'War for the Planet of the Apes' roars past 'Spider-Man'

KSL.com - 16 Jul 2017
But director Matt Reeves' "War for the Planet of the Apes" pulled away thanks to strong reviews for the third installment of the rebooted "Apes" franchise. Led by Andy Serkis' celebrated motion-capture performance as the ape leader Caesar, "War for the ...
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Sid Caesar, Comedian of Comedians From TV's Early Days, Dies at 91

New York Times - 13 Feb 2014
Sid Caesar, a comedic force of nature who became one of television's first stars in the early 1950s and influenced generations of comedians and comedy writers, died on Wednesday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 91. His death was announced by ...
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BWW Interview: Finding Authenticity in Runyonland

Broadway World - 06 Jul 2017
Guys and Dolls came out in the early days of live television, when people watched great comedians like Sid Caesar or Milton Berle, and it's that's style of comedy I feel is needed in Guys and Dolls to be true. Almost all those guys came from the Jewish ...
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Correction: Shakespearean Trump-Threats story

KSL.com - 22 Jun 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — In a story June 21 about threats made over a production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," The Associated Press reported erroneously that Bank of America had pulled its sponsorship of the Public Theater. The company withdrew its ...
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Comedy dream team

San Diego Reader - 01 Nov 2016
Answer: Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor. Which includes a Falstaff-sized portrait of Sid Caesar (renamed Max Prince), the scotch-swilling, pill-popping neurotic who allegedly returned to reality only on Saturday nights for the 90-minute show on NBC ...
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As July Fourth approaches, Americans debate democracy's fate

KSL.com - 03 Jul 2017
The debate extends from classrooms and policy institutes to popular culture, to the Trump-influenced staging of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" at Manhattan's Public Theater and the wave of dystopian best-sellers such as "1984" and "The Handmaid's Tale.".
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Sid Caesar Biography.com

Biography - 15 Feb 2014
Sid Caesar was born in 1922 in Yonkers, New York. The son of immigrants, Caesar worked as a musician during the Great Depression. At the start of World War II, he joined the U.S. Coast Guard and was stationed in Brooklyn, playing military revues.

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