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Credited cast:
Garry Goodrow
(as Don Sturdy)
Christopher Ross ...
(as J. Christopher Ross)
Mel Stewart ...
(as Melvin Stewart)


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Outrageously anti-everything





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11 August 1969 (USA)  »

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The Committee  »

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a comic time capsule of the Sixties
1 October 2009 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

Former Second City director Alan Myerson decided to found his version of an improv-based sketch comedy company in San Francisco. Some of the players who played there over the years also clocked significant time with Second City, and one can see the two companies having a kind of dialogue about the possibilities of the form as well as providing a vital function of maintaining an ongoing commentary on what was going on in the country at the time.

Most of the original Second City people were well-read, college-educated folk (frequently from the University of Chicago). The Committee's people generally had greater contact with what was happening in the street. Or maybe it's just that more of the street spilled into their doors.

At any rate, this film is a collection of some of the more popular sketches at the time and it features some dazzling performances by a company, most of whom went onto bigger (though not always better) things. I run chunks of this for my students frequently and they always goes down very well indeed.

Anybody interested in the intersection between American social and political history and satire should find this pretty compelling stuff.

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