Sid Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, dies at age 91

  • Article by: FRAZIER MOORE , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 12, 2014 - 8:10 PM

NEW YORK — Milton Berle was the funnyman whose pioneering presence in the nation's living rooms earned him the title Mr. Television.

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wilnelmplsFeb. 12, 14 3:18 PM

Nothing short of a genius. Just find the "From Here to Eternity" spoof. You will laugh until you hurt.

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davehougFeb. 12, 14 5:32 PM

Gotta admit, seeing the stars of my youth pass away, makes me feel old. How many comics today could do comedy without coarse language.

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gemie1Feb. 12, 14 6:50 PM

I feel sad about losing Shirley Temple and now Sid Caesar, a gifted comedian.

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luzhishenFeb. 12, 14 8:16 PM

The range of comedy he displayed in "Mad,Mad,Mad World" in the airplane and cellar scenes showed he could do subtle and slapstick without blinking an eye. An all-time favorite who will make people laugh long after he's gone. Thanks and R.I.P. Sid!

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