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Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers (2001)

Throughout the years, the cast of the cbs variety show "The Carol Burnett Show" gets together and revisits some of their favorite moments throughout the course of the show. This is one of ... See full summary »
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Throughout the years, the cast of the cbs variety show "The Carol Burnett Show" gets together and revisits some of their favorite moments throughout the course of the show. This is one of the many reunion shows for "The Carol Burnett Show".

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26 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Carol Burnett showed a clip of 18 year old Vicki Lawrence the first time she appeared on "The Carol Burnett Show". Vicki Lawrence was so nervous she was practically buried into Carol Burnett. See more »

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Features The Carol Burnett Show (1967) See more »

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Carol Burnett fan, but this disappoints
30 March 2010 | by (Salem, Oregon) – See all my reviews

Eagerly watched this, hoping for a collection of some of the many wonderful skits I remembered seeing from the Carol Burnett Show. Unfortunately, about half the time, the "show stoppers" emphasized vulgarity or profanity to elicit appropriate giggles. I will say that Tim Conway gave this some fantastic moments in his "current" appearance, and Harvey Korman added some great moments too. Carol and Vicki were wonderful too. But the clips themselves were in general, for my tastes, not well selected, and a sad reflection on what was chosen to be "memorable" some 30 or so years later. Carol Burnett & Co. had wonderful talent, and produced years of wonderful programming. This special does a disservice to that legacy.


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