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Lewis Black: on Trump.

Comedian Andy Kindler on Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil back in 2008 on future of Donald Trump

 

 

Comedian Lewis Black Rips On Trump’s Inner Circle.

Back in Black – The Trump Inauguration’s No-Star Lineup-The Daily Show:

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Trumps New Cabinet Easier to Understand.

I have no idea what is going on in the WHITE HOUSE so I thought I would send you  something you could understand.I understand this far more than BEN CARSON.

Minister of Cuts

TRUMP and his trip to SAUDE ARABIA .

Pronunciation Problems.

FORK HANDLES.

DO YOU GET AS CONFUSED WITH TRUMP AS I DO?

Heroes of Comedy: Barry Humphries (Uncut Version)

John Barry Humphries, AO, CBE (born 17 February 1934) is an Australian comedian, actor, satirist, artist, and author. He is best known for writing and playing his on-stage and television alter egos Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson. He is also a film producer and script writer, a star of London’s West End musical theatre, an award-winning writer, and an accomplished landscape painter. For his delivery of dadaist and absurdist humour to millions, biographer Anne Pender described Humphries in 2010 as not only “the most significant theatrical figure of our time … [but] the most significant comedian to emerge since Charlie Chaplin”.

British Culture: My Hero Of Comedy – Colin Crompton – The Comedians

MANCHESTER COMEDIANS.

George Colin Crompton (22 June 1931 – 24 August 1985) was an English stand-up comedian.

Crompton was born in Manchester, Lancashire, and found fame on the Granada Television programme The Comedians in the early 1970s. In later life Crompton bought and ran a pub called the Birch and Bottle in Whitley, Cheshire. He died of lung cancer at the age of 54. He was survived by his three children, Cheryl, Erica and John.

British Culture: Comedian Ken Goodwin.

Laughter a way to feel better.

Ken Goodwin – Another Good Time

Ken Goodwin (7 April 1933 – 18 February 2012) was an English comedian, singer and musician best known for his performances on the ITV Televisions show The Comedians.

He was born William Kenneth Unwin in Manchester, Lancashire. His father was a stoker. While he was still a child, his mother walked out on the family – an experience he blamed for his insecurity and shyness. His father died from cancer when Unwin was 15.

Ken married his first wife, Pat Earith in 1956 she fell ill in 1974 Ken abandoned his career to care for her until her death in 1977 they were married for 21 years. His second marriage was to singer and dancer Vicki Lane until his death in 2012.

He died on 18 February 2012 of Alzheimer’s disease in a home in Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales having lived in nearby Llandudno since his retirement

Harold Lloyd: A Golden Era Comedian.

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The first movie I ever saw Harold Lloyd on TV was his famous clock hanging scene ,from that day on as a kid I was fascinated by him and his movies. Harold Lloyd was a part of the Golden Era of Silent Movies and beyond to talkies.

Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius (Episode 1)

As an actor, comedian, stuntman, writer, director and producer, Lloyd made nearly 200 films between 1914 and 1947. He was a pioneer in the use of thrill sequences, daredevil physical feats, innovative camera angles, color in film and 3D photography. These tremendous accomplishments, along with the universal appeal of his stories, makes Harold Lloyd and his antics a natural for animation. Dave Rosenbaum, Cinesite’s Chief Creative Officer, Eamonn Butler, Cinesite’s Executive Animation Director and Suzanne Lloyd, granddaughter of Harold Lloyd and the owner of his film library, will collaborate on the adaptations. “Today’s films and filmmakers stand on the shoulders of Harold Lloyd with his innovations and unparalleled sense of story, camera and comedy,” said Rosenbaum. “It is an honor to work with Suzanne and the Harold Lloyd Estate.” “By donning unassuming glasses, Harold Lloyd became the boy next door everyone could relate to and he shot to stardom to enchant and entertain generations of film fans,” says Suzanne Lloyd. “I appreciate the opportunity to work with Dave Rosenbaum, Eamonn Butler and all the talented people at Cinesite to bring Harold’s comedy genius to the world in a new and innovative way. We need laughter now more than ever.” Prior to his death in 1971, Harold Lloyd reflected, “It’s amazing me to me that these comedies can still strike a responsive note of laughter with audiences of all ages and in all parts of the world. Laughter is the universal language. It establishes a common identity among people—regardless of other differences. It is the sweetest sound in the whole world.”

Harold Lloyd – This is Your Life.

Lloyd married his leading lady, Mildred Davis, on Saturday, February 10, 1923 in Los Angeles. They had two children together: Gloria Lloyd (1923-2012) and Harold Clayton Lloyd, Jr. They also adopted Gloria Freeman (1924—1986) in September 1930, whom they renamed Marjorie Elizabeth Lloyd but was known as “Peggy” for most of her life. Lloyd discouraged Davis from continuing her acting career. He later relented but by that time her career momentum was lost. Davis died from a heart attack in 1969, two years before Lloyd’s death. Though her real age was a guarded secret, a family spokesperson at the time indicated she was 66 years old. Lloyd’s son was gay and, according to Annette D’Agostino Lloyd (no relation) in the book Harold Lloyd: Master Comedian, Harold Sr. took this in good spirit. Harold Jr. died from complications of a stroke three months to the day after his father.

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There are comedians who lift our spirits and make us feel good inside they are called comedians then there are those who make a living calling themselves comedians who like to shock us and make fun of people who cannot defend themselves; some people must find it funny as Louie C.K., Sarah Silverman and even Rick Gervais his enjoyment is making fun of fat people now he has lost all his weight and keeps his good side open for the love of animals the furry kind.

Louis CK Dead Bodies & Perversion

 

I just do not get it the holocaust dead babies and poor people are the pinnacle of their comedy. It takes a good education a good insight and the realization that making people happy is a good quest in life as for those who did not have those advantages they get laughs anyway they can by shocking and their thrill comes from the bully mentality that hits the audience.

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Sarah Silverman and her racist jokes

Nothing will change of course that is the way of the world but that does not mean I can’t talk about it.