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R.I.P. Harvey Korman

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Ok you guys must know this guy from " Blazing Saddles" . He was 81 and a great comedian. AICN did a nice mention.

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/36918

It's really sad that so many great entertainers have pasted lately.
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For me he was ,by far,the funniest actor in Blazing Saddles and High Anxiety. I hadn't seen his skit stuff before your post made me find it via AICN and Google. I loved his his straight-faced humour against Brooks's hamming it up so it was a giggle to see him cracking up (corpsing) with Tim Conway. All said and done, he was a very funny man.

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You must not forget his performance in "History of the World, Part 1" as 'Count de Money'. And if you are old enough, his years on the Carol Burnett Show.

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You must not forget his performance in "History of the World, Part 1" as 'Count de Money'. And if you are old enough, his years on the Carol Burnett Show.



He was so funny on Carol Burnett . That was tremendous comedy.
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De Monet... de monet....

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And then of course there's the Werewolf scene from " High Anxiety "

http://youtube.com/watch?v=1lex-Mvj9xU

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