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Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis knew how to laugh and cry
Jerry Lewis sometimes didn't know whether to laugh or cry. "There's nothing more dramatic than the comedy I've done," Lewis, who died Sunday at age 91, told The Associated Press in 2016. "Because the comedy I've done is to get to the audience, get them to feel it, or they won't laugh." If jokes are
The Spirit Of A Legend
IN A CLEARING on a grassy hillside near a two-lane highway in eastern Pennsylvania lie the bones of Jim Thorpe, the man considered by many to be the world's greatest athlete. Fashioned of polished stone the color of red riverbank mud, his tomb is oblong and almost 6 feet tall. A truck rumbles past,
25th Anniversary of America's Funniest Home Videos
And finally tonight, birthday candles gone wrong, brides falling into their wedding cakes. It's the show that caught us to turn the camera on our families and pets and the results? Well, they make for some pretty funny home videos. Here's ABC's Chris Connelly. My hair is caught in the become of the
'Avengers' Foreign Product Placement
From Australian underwear to Chinese milk, foreign products appear in smash hit.
Oct. 4: World Animal Day; Sputnik I Satellite Launch; First Papal Visit to America
Adopt a puppy, visit the zoo, watch some cute cat videos on YouTube, volunteer at your local shelter or wear a paper mache tiger mask until Oct. 5. These are just a few suggestions on how you can celebrate World Animal Day. Begun by a...
Crashes, Smashes and Splashes on 'Wipeout'
John Henson, host of "Wipeout," talks about the new outrageous reality show.
Kevin Pollak's Tour de Laughs
I'm Cameron mathison and today we are launching a new series called Caroline's on GM now and in order to do that we are teaming up with legendary comedy club Caroline's on Broadway to get behind the scenes. Close and personal with some of the biggest names in the Canadian business today we have to
The Note: Everybody into the Pool
WASHINGTON, March 29 NEWS SUMMARY Politico-medios and the whole Gang of 500 are just starting to realize that this will be the first election cycle in many, many years without New York Times ' columnist Bill Safire and his famous and essential year-end quiz. The Note hereby squats on that sacred
'High Noon' Director Stanley Kramer Dies
Filmmaker Stanley Kramer, who produced and directed some of Hollywood's most celebrated "message" films including High Noon, The Defiant Ones and Judgment at Nuremberg, died Monday. He was 87 He had recently developed pneumonia, his wife, Karen Sharpe Kramer, said. "This morning he seemed to be
Sydney Games Closing Ceremony
From the fields of play to Sydneys spectacular harbor, Australia and the worlds athletes bid goodbye today to two weeks of sporting triumphs and doping embarrassments a memorable Summer Olympics eager to claim its title of best games ever. Fireworks exploded across the Sydney sky, heralding