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"sid caesar" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Had his yearly birthday call with his brother. They're twins. My dad mentioned having beef stroganoff on my uncle last. Why? He always had that on his birthday. Confused. My dad just said because of the sketch. My uncle had no idea what he was talking about. It Turns out, he remembered the sketch clearly. But was convinced Heston's name and it was sauerbraten, not beef stroganoff. They ended up arguing about this for years. My dad bought every DVD and VHS of your show of shows he could find. He watched every clip online and every documentary, but there did not seem to be any surviving tape of the sketch. Jump ahead 10 years. Carl Reiner writes a new book. He announces he will be signing and giving a talk in New York at the 92nd Street. Why My dad sees his chance. He buys tickets as fast as he can. My dad was desperate to ask him about the sketch in person. But knowing that he might not get the chance. He also wrote up a letter to hand a Reiner in case there was no time to ask. When it came time for the signing. My dad waited in line and when he got in front of Reiner He told him the story. Of how his whole life he'd love this show and that sketch and beef stroganoff. But then he got into a fight with his brother and Carl listened. When he got to the part that he couldn't remember whether it was beef stroganoff for sauerbraten. He asked Karl Point Blank, which was it Carl Reiner stared at my dad laughed and simply said That was a long time ago. My dad thanked him anyway, got his book signed and then decided to hand him the letter that he'd written too just because he had said some nice things in it about how much he appreciated Reiners work over the years. Two months later. My dad's out for a bike ride. The phone rings. My mom answers. A man asked to speak to my father. She tells him he's out. The man says he'll try back another time, she says. Who is it? And he says Carl Reiner and hangs up. No number no caller ID. Obviously. We are all in awe that he called and we wait for him to call back and we wait and we wait and finally a week goes by and the phone rings. My dad answers have excitedly like he'd answered every call the past week, but this time, it's Carl Reiner again. He says he read the letter that my dad gave him that the signing and he found it so touching that he wanted to share it with the others. He then puts the phone on speaker and Carl Reiner is having dinner with Mel Brooks and Sid Caesar. They're calling my dead toe answer his question about a sketch from 50 years ago. Y'all make some jokes and then admit they have no idea whether Charlton Heston was named beef stroganoff or sour brought in in the sketch. But they all agree that beef stroganoff is funnier. So they give the victory But to my dad over my uncle This was literally one of the best days of my father's entire life. His heroes, called him up to chat and make jokes and thank him for caring. It meant the world to him, then it means as much to me now that they would do that. As a side note. A few years later, my dad went to the Museum of Television in New York. I've decided to watch some stuff from the archives. There. They had some episodes of your show of shows that are not available anywhere else. My dad sat down and he watched them all. And on the very Last episode, they announced this special guest Charlton Heston. My dad held his breath. Sketch. The sketch begins. Just is my dad remembers it. And then Sid Caesar tells Carl Reiner go to this restaurant. And ask for sour. Broaden about that. It's great sometimes to have your infatuation validated by random, even strange acts of kindness by celebrities. Marijuana. CBD.
"sid caesar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Career spanned more than 70 years and included triumphant successes on stage screen TV and the recording industry. Among his greatest hits. Co starring opposite Sid Caesar on televisions Your show of shows on which he also was part of the writing staff. Creating the Dick Van Dyke Show based on his own life is a TV writer. Teaming up with Mel Brooks on a bestselling Siri's of comedy albums about the 2000 year old man. Writing and directing plays and movies, including Alan Arkin and Inter, laughing and Steve Martin in the Jerk and playing the veteran con man in the Siri's of Ocean's 11 movies. Today on fresh air. We remember Carl Reiner by listening back to interviews with him, as well as with his best friend Mel Brooks and his Dick Van Dyke Show star Mary Tyler Moore. But first as a TV critic and historian, I'd like to offer my own appreciation. Carl Reiner is such a major part of TV history that he's a central figure in early television's best and smartest shows in two different genres, the variety, Siri's and the situation comedy. In variety. His NBC sketch Siri's Your Show of Shows, which starred Sid Caesar ran from 1952 1954 and set the template that Saturday night Live is still following It was broadcast live for 90 minutes every Saturday night and featured guest hosts and performers and a repertory company of regular comedy sketch players. One of Reiners. Many roles in that company was as the reliable straight man feeding lines so Caesar could react as in this sketch in which Reiner interviews a famous magician played by Caesar. And unexpectedly dazzles him by performing the most basic of magic tricks, making his extended finger disappear beneath a handkerchief..
"sid caesar" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"He was a writer on Sid Caesar show, and basically he went to, he wrote The pilot for the Dick Van Dyke Show. Casting himself as Rob Petrie is the lead, and the whole idea was it was the story of this television writer was writing for the city Who's writing for this? It's Cesar Show, Andi comes home to his family. He lives in New Rochelle, and he's got this would be a bit washed. Dick Van Dyke Show. That's the whole premise of Dick Van Dyke Show. So what happened was They? Ah! They loved the script. On. They just didn't like him. So they said, you could direct it. You could be your show, and he even be. In fact, Sid Caesar becomes Alan Brady. So it becomes the Alan Brady Show on. He plays the part of Alan Brady. And there's one classic episode where they get Dick Van Dyke's Dick Van Dyke. He done Bye bye birdie he had done. I think Mary Poppins either he gets Mary Poppins afterwards, but he He was. Ah, good looking acrobatic, physical comedian. Great guy. But eh, So they get him in the lead, and then he was 39 years old when he got the show. And as his wife as his suburban wife. They go and they get Laura Petrie, Mary Tyler Moore to play Laura Petrie and the problem with Mary Tyler Moore was she? Well, there was no problem, not for anybody. She was 23. And the network did not like the shape of her bottom. Ah, because they thought it was way too good way too sexy, And they didn't like the idea. She was wearing Capri Pants on and ah, Mary Tyler Moore hot. That's what a while She was a dancer, and you got to remember that here is 39 year old Dick Van Dyke in 23 years old. But they were believable and they had a kid and the show was really funny, and she was a great actress and the show really click. They got Morey Amsterdam, who was a very funny comedian to play one of the writers. They had Rose Marie, playing another one of the writers. And and the show took off. One of the classic episodes was when AH Laura Petrie, Mary Tyler Moore is Laura Petrie goes on a TV interview. And she don't know from nothing. They just You know we're going to talk to you about how great the show she thinks she's helping the show. So the host Plays a trick on already basically says, you know, ask her questions about Alan Brady's too pays, And she answered the question to which the host goes. You meet Alan Brady's ball as you I mean, me and Oh, Rob and Rocky's got to tell her husband that she just sold his boss at God and then the lad at the end, like they had the scene where she goes to go in to call Ryan and Alan Brady. And he's like, and he's got all these weak heads of to pay cash. But you gotta work, boys. There's the Alan's losing his hair. Look his doesn't Alan look like Elvis Weatherall Guy, Man. He was hysterical. Rob Reiner is his son. Yeah, I know him. Oh, no secret. I just found out doing all this with two things. One Dick Van Dyke was in 90 museum Never seen night Museum of Ben Stiller. He's like the bad guy in it. Oh, yeah, that's that's incredible, too. Did not know Dick Van Dyke is a real person. Really heard of the Dick Van Dyke show, but I assume that was a character. I didn't know His name was actually Dick Van Dyke. And it was a real guy and then so I looked him up. And he's the guy from night of the museum. That classy 23 year old right there he ends up Hey, was on another train. Quite a detective. He played a doctor who solve crimes in Dr Mark Sloan and diagnosis murder. And his son played in that as well. His brother was Jerry Van Dyke, and he's still alive again, like he's like pushing 194 but he's he's still he's 90 for going on about 40. Yeah. Still advances. He still taught. You still acts. He's still out there. He's got married. He's married to. I think, Michelle Oh, trio are right Tree. Arlene's silver, Arlene Silver He was off Lee Marvin's ex for a while, Michelle, try Ola Marvin. He was married to for about 40 years or so, Yeah, Yeah, that was Ah, He's Ah, He's still happy. Dick Van Dyke. That's incredible. Yeah, but, you know, call Ryan. I want to do this topic after we You know what? Let's hit this break, and then we'll come out with something else. Stick around. Joe Minsky and Doyle need from Newark, New Jersey. One of 1.5 going on that. I don't know. Okay,.
"sid caesar" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"sid caesar" Discussed on AP News
"Composer Johnny Mandel has died of cardiac ailments at his home outside Los Angeles he was 94 I marches are a letter with a look at his career shadow this Johnny Mandel co wrote the shadow of your smile with Paul Francis Webster for the movie the sandpiper it not only won an Oscar for Best Original Song beat out yesterday by the Beatles for the song of the year Grammy in 1966 Mandel's also famous for composing the song Mandel worked as a music arranger for sid Caesar's your show of shows played trombone and trumpet for Jimmy Dorsey and counts BC and worked on that Lee Cole's unforgettable album
Johnny Mandel, the Oscar- and Grammy- winning composer, dies
"Composer Johnny Mandel has died of cardiac ailments at his home outside Los Angeles he was ninety four I marches are a letter with a look at his career shadow this Johnny Mandel co wrote the shadow of your smile with Paul Francis Webster for the movie the sandpiper it not only won an Oscar for Best Original Song beat out yesterday by the Beatles for the song of the year Grammy in nineteen sixty six Mandel's also famous for composing the song Mandel worked as a music arranger for sid Caesar's your show of shows played trombone and trumpet for Jimmy Dorsey and counts BC and worked on that Lee Cole's unforgettable album
Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' dies
"Actor comedian and director Carl Reiner has died of natural causes at his home in Beverly hills California he was ninety eight I Margie's our letter with a look at his life although Carl Reiner was known for playing the ego centric Ellen Brady on the Dick Van **** show he was known as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood writer created that show based on his time working on the sid Caesar show he said in a two thousand four A. P. interview even when he didn't get recognized people know the Dick Van **** show what your doors worldwide then the big band I hope you did the Dick Van **** show defines me the last five years of my life he also played the straight man to Mel Brooks in the two thousand year old man and directed the films oh god and all of me his son is actor director rob Reiner
Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98
"And legendary comic actor and writer Carl Reiner has died. Reiner was among the writers on Sid Caesar's legendary show of shows in the fifties. Along with Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. He gained famous the creator of the Dick Van Dyke Show, and as the Straight Man to Mel Brooks is 2000 year old man character. He directed the films Oh God, starring George Burns and John Denver. All of me with Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin and the 1970 copy of comedy Where's Papa? He also authored several books, including Enter Laughing, An autobiographical novel and My Anecdotal Life. A memoir. Rocks native Carl Reiner was 98
"sid caesar" Discussed on 600 WREC
"People that she thinks just outstanding please president for the opportunity. There are individuals audience today that I did not wanna miss the opportunities recognized in your presence. So we have an agent his famous semi to stat. Assessable you what's up duty one night with his family? It was his thing. He was headed to a local restaurant to celebrate that birthday. Well, he witnessed an essence and. When airborne and fell into an irrigation. Canal in the vehicle was a mother and three children and an infant in the backseat. Sid Caesar immediately jumped out of his ran across the street and into the canal started working to save individuals all four people on that won't pull to safety while others to help them innocent. But it was his actions that truly reflect the character of what is and I wanted to recognize. Great. As well and Kumble's weakness and individual jump in profitability legally jump into a neighbor -cation canal and immediately took action also jump in and rescue that individual to safety so for actions as well I wanted to recognize that Mr President be on regular basis here. But that he wins when Xtreme because of all the things he had to do to get to that person was able to bring into safety as well. So thank you. Thank you. But not least we have extraordinary support personnel are civilian workforce that works tirelessly behind the scenes to get the job done. So that these border patrol agents are able to get to the front line and get the work done from admin support secretaries clerks to timekeepers directors to logistics personnel are mechanics that we can get you know, of vehicle ready to go in the field without their health. We have a young lady here today. Her name is newly avenues and his Nubia is like our unsung hero behind the scenes who is delivering excellence it every test that we assigned to this young lady. Here is the one in charge of your next eleven miles of thirty four that are gonna start. Thank you. She'll get it done on time on budget may be under budget. Under time under budget. That's happened to right? Thank you very much. Congratulations. I just wanna thank everybody would go over to look at the new section of wall. And we have a.
"sid caesar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Dave Freeman. Good morning. Stephanie rap lost her father. And now that he's gone. She struggles with how to memorialize his memory. My father was a wordsmith who had great dexterity with language. He was a copywriter for much of his life. Coming up with witty turns the phrase to celebrate of products. What he really wanted to be was a comedy writer for the great TV shows of the nineteen fifties and sixties like sid Caesar or the smothers brothers. But by the time he turned twenty nine he had three toddlers to provide for so he used language in its most pedestrian way to sell kitty litter to the masses he's been gone two years, and I miss his encyclopedic knowledge of pop. Culture. How do we Mark the passing of someone? We love my twin. Sister's ashes are still in a cardboard box under my desk. I see them every day and always say a quick Hello. My sister was more cluttered than I am. So I know she'd appreciate that her ashes are not stored in a fine vase on the mantle but instead on the floor next to an old iphone box. I've been struggling with how to memorialize my dad Jewish tradition. Gives us a year to unveil a tombstone I've run past that. But my dad was a class, procrastinator. He would totally understand my extending the deadline to my dad. A deadline was a dare evidenced by his famous all night tax marathons on April fourteenth. I'm flummoxed about what to write on his tombstone. I'm torn between the standard beloved father and husband or something punchier when we honor the dead. Do we think about them? Hovering over our shoulders and look for their approval or do we think about ourselves the ones left behind and select something that has meaning to us. I think I may have found the best way to honor. My dad who like me was an avid Marx brothers span. His tombstone will be the one bearing the words of the immortal. Groucho? Hello. I must be going with a perspective. I'm Stephanie rap. Stephanie RAB works in philanthropy in.
"sid caesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"I reckon yeah. Yeah. So so they went not spec. From analyzing Nickelodeon stuff. You know, what why what is this? Or is it that it must have been horrifying to given that. Right. You know that right? Yeah. And. Anyway, they they wound up buying the show. Doug. I think it was after about four or five seasons did neck for many years then switched over. And I remember some people being like us their flag one of their flagships. And I remember that like being the first instance of witnessing that in, you know, now, we see it with like Brooklyn nine nine, which ING networks and like other shows it normally doesn't have him, but it's become a little bit more common. And I don't know. It's still jarring to me because it feels you know, when you have a show on a network, especially a show as popular as Doug at feels. So within the fabric of what that network is. And I think it was the first time that as a child I witnessed like corporate poaching. Yes, you're absolutely right. Corporate co thing. Yeah. Yeah. Stocks. I know in Disney's FOX it's all the snake eating shown day. I'm going to own you. Merger me and her by you. Basically would've been at the end of play monopoly because I've never reached the end anyone's finished gave him, and I don't think so I don't wanna shake their hands spacious of them. But yeah, that is it is, but yeah, just briefly just because obviously a lot of Simpson's fans depending on how old you are there. So many different eras in nineteen ninety. I was yet to be born. So, you know, people they were kids are watching adult. You're watching this came out, but Nickelodeon when it came out was the coolest shit in the world because it was. So unlike Disney in that it wasn't it didn't feel formulaic felt kind of punk rock in a way just felt kind of like I was kind of a snob as a kid, and I definitely felt like Nickelodeon kids were much cooler than Disney, even though obviously there's great stuff on Disney. There is always good. Right. It's just kind of how you know if you're raised. It's like with a sports team like your race you like the kings. And you hate the ducks even though they're not that far apart. What's going on? Right. What if you grab kids when they're that young? You're pretty much sewing a customer farm because then if they love it and anything with the name Disney on is going to get their attentions, and they're almost presold. Yeah. Totally is it different for you in using projects of like between a kids show, and an adult animated show is do you feel like, you know, a different approach to how you do voice acting for kids versus adults. Or is there a difference? It's a different mindset. But you still have the exact same skill set and you pick and choose your moment's. You know, you don't have to swing with every pitch because it's a dull to you know. Right. You can do anything you want. You can't do anything you want. You got says the director. Yeah. Right. Right. And then finally after everything is done. They'll look at you and go got anything. I'd like to try just a couple of things by all means, you know, there were always fostering creativity. That's how great. Yeah. And if they love it, it's this happy accident, the serendipitous thing. And if they don't like it it just winds up on the floor. Yeah. I don't think anything winds up on the floor anymore. That's how archaic banning. Oh, you know, the wind up on the floor and people now go what floor is there a special? Throwaway performances. Right, right. Yeah. It's all digital. What was your relationship to the Simpsons when it came out where were you a fan as soon as it was airing on Tracey Ullman or were you kind of more of a casual viewer? What is your relationship with the show? I like Tracey Ullman because she could vanish into characters. That's the world. I came from my heroes where people like sid Caesar. And if you don't know who he is there's like a tour divorce that he did in nineteen forty nine. It's on YouTube. And it's the five dollar date is the name of it..
"sid caesar" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Was to just go up to them and just start doing ten minutes stick as a way of selling himself to them. That was it. And often it worked. And sometimes people just looked at me oddly, I did that with sid Caesar, and he says, what are you taking for this. Well, good, but were later we worked together. It was great, but I was basically a shy guy as an architect. I mean, you know, like I had facts and figures steel now would you know know what a cantilever isn't, but as a comic, there's no credentials responsible. You no credentials you. If you can make somebody left, you have shot. Well, why did you make that decision and how did your family handle that decision that you were suddenly going to change direction? And it's it's like every parent's dream, what do you want to be? I think I'll be a florist or an actor. Gay and you won't admit to it. What happened? Nobody rewards you for wanting to be an artist, but I always written now always worked, worked in summer stock as a singer dancer actor and also a scene designer, a loved it, and I was good at it, but my father died when I was eleven, my brother was nine and a half. And so the idea was you don't wanna be poor. You don't wanna be hoping you'll get a can of tuna for dinner instead of nothing. So you need something to fall back on. So I had a lot of scholarships was lucky and I decided on architecture because I could fall back on that later. I found that I always had something to fall back on. It's called my ass and when I fall on it, I get up and this is what I told my kids and my students. But what it is is I was working very hard seven days a week. I was head designer and field supervisor for medium-sized Pittsburgh firm, and I had my own practice seven days. A week. I couldn't clear ten grand to brilliant kids. I thought I'm not going to be able to get them educated. So this was the inspiration will why not be a writer which was completely nuts. Good for you. It felt it felt right. And I know you must have made some creative decision along the way not to be involved in Borchert wary science somewhere. On stage when he was fifteen. This was intentional..
Iran asks UN's high court to block U.S. sanctions
"This morning that, police investigation, continuing but again the outbound local lanes of the Ryan now open prolific. Playwright Neil Simon who dominated Broadway for decades has? Died at the age of ninety one how did you Simon get to be so funny. I was the, quietest, person I didn't know. I could talk till, I, was thirty one so I don't know where it all came from he started out by writing. Jokes for TV most prominently on sid Caesar's show of shows and, a
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"sid caesar" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"Made him very sick such tragedies yeah and and chacha of who net cardona a net charles in the movie she was such a firebrand such a talented fabulous brilliant woman teacher dancer and she to succumb to cancer and the went very very quickly are not so tragic that that the entire cost will not be able to be together again yeah i know yeah it's it's it's very so we miss them terribly and then we have all the older ones to you know joe blundell in vardon and alice ghostly and sid caesar and like goodness you know an all such big part of the movie they will yeah now d one of my favorite songs and great and actually it is forever my karaoke song is beauty school dropout where oversleep frenchie is serenaded by frankie avalon who at the time was a rail teen idol wasn't hey now is it true that hey came close to pulling out of doing the movie because he was so worried about walking down the steps i'll yes he was worried and he didn't get to rehearse and it was but he did a great job i mean from my point of view i he didn't rehearse so i didn't get to you know kind of take him in bef and feel the feelings until he was actually doing it all dressed up in that sexy white pants and pop bunnies coming down those stairs and it was the lists it was great so i mean i got to be on camera the first time he.
"sid caesar" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Diddy famously e was performing at a club and someone said to judy garland is in the audience and he just i no west going ju ju ju d that's where cary grant and now everybody believes that cairo grants and judy judy judy oh that's wow that's cool shit when i saw those two beautiful boobs on you what to do bill geraldine house so good but i was gonna get you if you ever meet howard morris in your travels i knew you were big said caesar guy when you were kid and he did a lot of voices for hanna barbera i've met howard morris a met sid caesar i've met carl reiner oh wow so that's quite the trio yeah i know that show a lot to you when you were young it did mean sid caesar was the first televised image i ever saw maybe like he just gibbering in something that sounded like talion real hard to do a little touchy madala belva gut's going to sue a federal depraved go get we had tony sandler on member sailor and young yes we had tony sandler ago he said he himself speak six languages fluently and he would go on stage with sid caesar and tony sandler would actually speak the language and sid caesar would be next to him doing a complete mock version on wood jr and people think oh my god sid caesar's speaks at language all yeah you know where he learned that he grew up in yonkers he was the son of a store owner alongside the river there there was a store where sailors from other countries you know they'd pull up and they go in there and have breakfast and all that and sid wait tables and at every table that was a bunch of guys from different countries you know he'd go by table full of germans you know and then he'd walk away smash you know.
"sid caesar" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"On here they are first of sun yat share the people are still eating there's still munching so sunny and share with the group or constraints they tuned instrument prank drink program for about ten seven when program cleaning then stop playing and the first song i think sunny share won't be happy to hear the story but the the first song people go second song third zone ford song boo fifth song new six seven sewn they were booed of the state so i'm standing by states with bob hope at body and roth and it was like a little little stares down and sunny came down first and then share last let she stares me in the i said i guess we bombed i never forgot booed off the stage at a benefit that's rough why the copper is this while they were on stage the woman that was in charge over that whole affair russia's backstage and she said mr hope mr hope you have to do something they hate them you have to do something unbolt bob hope look very said i have to do something you hire him you better do something story yeah i forgot that that's a great one you told me on the phone you were friendly with sid caesar that you loved him what was he like are you kidding the said said was it was genus sit had a defacto you know he was our guest on the when we hosted the graph music i did a couple of skates within just hilarious while the pleasure to work with this man he was the cream of the crop said said season you know i knew shaky very well green shaky loves gilbert.
"sid caesar" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Shen we laughed we were laughing at them will be before the movie started and when it when at some point harvey cormon just started stealing the movie and he was so wonderful and as we were walking out of the theater he was there and we jumped everybody jumped him a i think he's he got actually frightened started running out from us because everyone just what a hug him and tell them how grady wasn't that film written young you watch the film in everybody's great ended but he has he's almost on another level yeah yeah yeah and they and they originally wanted to put it we're gonna stick gene wilder in that role i know that and gig young in the other one yeah that's an and before the before that dan daily was the photos that's right that's right hip and i see you every sad sid caesar story oh okay yes i have a sad said cesar story i went to the funeral of memorial service for larry gelbart and sid was we'll the first of all i should tell you that one of the amazing things was how long sid caesar lasted for good ten fifteen years i kept hearing since sezer will die any day now at how we morris his funeral i was sitting with andy griffith was there and aaron rubin who produced andy griffith show and gomorrha pile came over to two andy griffith and he said you know we're gonna be doing this received any day now he can't last another week he's he's in terrible shape and sid outlived both aaron rubin and andy griffith while yeah so williams an lead in his day armenians yeah he was of strapping guy yeah he's them a very strongman so now this is now like ten years later and cities still around and they will demand to larry gelbart memorial service and put them in.
"sid caesar" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You're gonna love it great we end by asking 'cause we get heavy with the good stuff sometimes can you think of the time he left the hardest in your life like one of them yeah i saw knows i saw a guy took me and his son i was friends with his son in i was a 12yearold boy may thirteen there was a movie playing at the local movie theater and it was just a compilation of 10 sketches from your show shows it was called 10 from your show throats maybe can see this online maybe but it's ten of the greatest sketches from sid caesar and you know the riders on that show writen mel brooks woody allen carl liner uh larry gelbart all the greats all worked on this one saturday night live show um and it was the original saturday night live it was the sids caesar your show of shows it was called in the fifties this was ten sketches from your show shows they did a scam in that show called this is your story which was a take on this is your life and that sketch i think it's widely recognised among many people income with life seen them as the funniest sketch ever made so that's all i want to say about because i would love your listeners to go and find a online this is your story from 10 from your show shows but i literally fell off the chair laughing the next time i laugh that hard was in bora he asked with a with a wrestling sink yeah yeah that is a work of genius yeah and those it that's the hardest i've lie left also very hard at the south park musical.
"sid caesar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Cbs in our member like one time that did but like sid caesar alzheimer's poker game used to come and go ahead lesser it's been going on for time immemorial is it's the same thing but anyway i'm city who had the great said cesar it's about ten years ago support you know he's passed away recently the great cities are show of shows which influenced monty python and boban but this one a great show and he said to me if you're working in network television if the end result in any way in any shape in any form resembles what you started out with in the beginning it is the enormous gigantic achievement while yes it's true that and so we're having i believe this renaissance now young fun of folks that were formerly in the media business saying here some money knock yourself out know what your deadly now sam point they'll become the they'll start giving knows but the reason were enjoying so much great work right now is you'll have people that were formerly using tv shows and movies now under riding there and leading the rw what they have to do there's another thing too is that there is so much money into right now that the money the commercial allah t of it or or say the is not like the number one concern it literally is like for a net flex its like that when they spent six to seven billion dollars thankfully some of that is you know for the real rob show but they spend that money and they literally it so much how could they keep control of all these projects and so people rab are going to make something that is not necessary what they would get at the studio was what they think is going to make the most money at a particular release date at a certain thing so they're able to like make something that like you know you're not gonna get a dunk kirk anymore you're not going to get a pat those movies the it just it just too expensive it just doesn't make it so but there are hopefully now with these places like these streaming services will allow something like the crown to make like a twenty five milliondollar tv show.
"sid caesar" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Fascinating interviews with people and you get them to open up i mean for anyone out there look at the danny barduci up and solve and his higher although i've ever left harder real it is so hysterical well i i i remember with danny bonded do gee i said to him look you're probably really tired of talking about beating up transvestite in your car and it goes i'm not tired overhead hall i'll storrow he pranked up and the funny thing i thought nobody knows these people anymore so no no like it and i get people tweeting me saying i didn't know who that person was but i i loved listening to yeah and we had on dick van dyke and dick van dyke was telling us that he mel brooks and call reiner use visit sid caesar they got tuesday house and spend the evening and and a high dick van dyke said one time he and and mel brooks leaving sit seizures house and mel brooks turned to mangoes you're seeing comfortable around jus i ha i wa wa especially in our industry comfortable like cloud cloud act but is that funny how it your podcasts suddenly like we were talking earlier before the show about you guys like raju lewis being on curb your enthusiasm suddenly revved the whole thing up again i would assume the pa yes the two i as so many people who have had on have have gotten in touch with us and said i've never gotten this kind of reaction or paresh we've while i'm happy to say that the fans of this podcast sir or ravenous an open i mean at open minded you they're going to come up and they're going to come to shows of yours and they're going to yell things from this yes yes i guarantee which is just that always as my heart so well it's just like oh yes rolling everthing forward and helping each other out which i love so i thank you for it are we ready for god.
"sid caesar" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"On on on the podcast dumb yet they they were saying like carl reiner maybe i i yeah i think it was carl reiner he was on and beat when longer than anyone expected that paid predicted because that running sid caesar decided to run throughout the whole theatre or wave firm oncle goofy and like fight a more fair emperor thing so we got much that is on youtube if that is any interest to eu caesar his air and carl reiner gas doing a parody of a very popular tv show hosted by ralph edwards called this is your life and they're parody was called this is your story yes and they used to not just do celebrities they used to do life stories of ordinary people and that was the gimmick that night was they pick somebody out of the audience to tell their life story and it said cesar yeah and he doesn't want to go on sale on stage and it just builds and builds and bills and every time you think he can't get funnier it does get funding your and funding and there was another bid sits sees and call reiner reenacted and i was hysterical were sits sesar is the world's greatest magician you know like the great zeineddine levers of the and coal rhinorich talk in his goes you know we have the great send dini the grades magician in the world and i am so thrilled because i always lock magic but i wish neighbor able to do it the only magic trick i know is and then he would put his finger up and wave is handy goes and i i wouldn't detain my twoyearold nephew and he waved his hand then put his finger down go look i made my finger disappear.