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      Bob Newhart 
    Description: The home page of Bob Newhart and his button-down mind. (Maintained by his son Robert.)
    Added on: 22-Oct-2005 Hits: 1080
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      Cheech and Chong unofficial Home page 
    Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong were a comedy duo who found a wide audience in the 1970s and 1980s for their stand-up routines, which were based upon the era's hippie, free love and (especially) drug culture movements. Cheech played a cholo from Los Angeles, while Chong was a burnt-out "druggie" whose entire life revolved around getting high.

    The duo released a number of successful comedy albums, and starred in a series of low-budget films, becoming one of the most successful comedy teams of all time. Their best-known comedy routines include "Earache My Eye," "Basketball Jones," "Santa Claus and his Old Lady," and "Sister Mary Elephant." Perhaps their all-time most famous line is "Dave's not here, man" (from their self-titled debut album).

    Added on: 10-Jun-2006 Hits: 825
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      Daws Butler 
    Charles Dawson "Daws" Butler was a voice actor  who created and played the voices of many famous animated cartoon characters, including Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound.

    Butler provided the voice to many nameless Walter Lantz characters on the Woody Woodpecker program. His notable character was the penguin "Chilly Willy" and his side-kick, the southern speaking dog Smedley. Also in the 1950s, Stan Freberg asked Butler to help him write comedy skits for his Capitol Records albums. Their first collaboration, "Saint George and the Dragonet" (based on Dragnet), was the first comedy record to sell over one million copies. Freberg was more of a satirist who did song parodies but the bulk of his "talking" routines were co-written by, and co-starred, Daws Butler.

    Added on: 07-Jul-2006 Hits: 1026
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      Dazzling Dave the YoYo master 
    Description: Dazzling Dave is a professional yo-yo performer from Minnesota. He has traveled the world promoting the sport of yo-yoing. He has competed in many yo-yo competitions and is now a national and world recognized judge.
    Added on: 25-Oct-2007 Hits: 1604
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      Dilbert Blog - Scott Adams 
    Description: Scott is the cartoonist who draws the daily Dilbert cartoon. He is the author of several books that take a humorous look at the business world.
    Added on: 12-Nov-2005 Hits: 765
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      Dr. Demento 
    Description: Explore the frontiers of musical humor with the latest funny songs...relive the secret pleasures of the 1970s...all wrapped up in that fearless free-for-all that is the one and only Dr. Demento Show.

    We will be making the latest Dr. Demento Show available each Monday, and offering a rotating selection of earlier shows. The Funny 25 countdown of the top Demented hits of 2005 will be available January 2, 2006.

    Currently we are also offering one of the very earliest Dr. Demento shows, from 1971, originally heard on the legendary KPPC-FM in Pasadena. More 1971 shows will be added very soon. These shows, just recently re-discovered, have been unheard for nearly 35 years! In those days Dr. Demento played some amazing rock 'n roll, blues, country and pop rarities from his collection, along with the crazy novelty songs he became best known for. We have left in some of the vintage commercials, many of them voiced by Dr. Demento himself.

    And remember to Stay Demented!
    Added on: 14-Feb-2006 Hits: 894
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      George Carlin 
    The Seven Things You Can't Say on TV and A Place For My Stuff

    Added on: 22-Oct-2005 Hits: 770
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      Louie Anderson 
    Description: Louie Anderson is one of the most versatile and successful comedians working in Hollywood today, loved by the television audiences who never missed his nightly hit series "Family Feud" or his appearances on late night chat shows. He is adored by standing-room-only crowds in Las Vegas and respected by readers of his books. He is worshipped by the rising comics he mentors and encourages with his honesty and wisdom.
    Sharing the ups and downs of his childhood experiences as one of eleven children in Minnesota, Louie crafted comedy routines that rang true for his early club audiences while reducing them to helpless fits of laughter, routines that led him from his career as a counselor to troubled children to the first-place trophy at the 1981 Midwest Comedy Competition. Henny Youngman, who hosted the competition, recognized the diamond-in-the-rough genius of the young comic and hired him as a writer, providing invaluable experience that soon put Louie in his own spotlight on comedy stages all over the country.

    Added on: 29-Dec-2005 Hits: 1089
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      Richard Pryor 
    Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor III (December 1, 1940 - December 10, 2005) became one of the most influential comedians in the history of comedy. Few comics today will talk about their own careers without mentioning the inspiration they received from Pryor. A talented yet controversial man, most people either loved him unconditionally or hated him passionately — but few ignored him.

    Added on: 13-Dec-2005 Hits: 943
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      Smothers Brothers 
    Description: The home page of musical comedians Tom and Dick Smothers. Famous quotes: Mom always liked you best! Curb your tongue knave! Tommy is also a Yo-Yo whiz.

    Added on: 25-Oct-2007 Hits: 1084
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