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UPC-A097368716339   UPC-A barcode 097368716339
Product NameThe Carol Burnett Show - Show Stoppers
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Music
Short DescriptionVHS
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00006G8NK
Long DescriptionIf you don't get at least a half-dozen belly laughs from this compilation of outtakes from The Carol Burnett Show , you'd better check your pulse. Originally broadcast on CBS in 2001, this affectionate retrospective reunites the peerless cast of Burnett's variety show--Burnett, Vicki Lawrence, Tim Conway, and Harvey Korman--to answer audience questions and reminisce. The cast recalls the many times they lost composure on camera, halting sketches due to all varieties of faux pas, from faulty props (or urinating horses) to mutual crack-ups. Culled from the show's mid-1970s heyday, the clips are infectiously hilarious, and the cast never missed an opportunity to inject a little raunchiness (later deleted) into their otherwise wholesome entertainment. Conway's the real conspirator here, frequently turning Korman into a helpless heap of giggles, and costume designer Bob Mackie (pulled from the audience) is given fair tribute for his outlandish creativity. TV like this doesn't exist any more, and Show Stoppers will make you wonder why. --Jeff Shannon
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