A magazine writer peeks behind the scene of the show.

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A magazine writer peeks behind the scene of the show.

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15 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Three key performers in this star-crossed episode - John Ritter, Warren Zevon and Gene Siskel - died of natural causes at age 56 or earlier. Garry Shandling himself died of natural causes at 66. See more »

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A boom mic is visible when Gene Siskel leaves the room when Arthur tells a lady to escort him to his dressing room. See more »

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Gene Siskel: This shit doesn't happen on Montel Williams.
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References Goldfinger (1964) See more »

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Werewolfes Of London
Written by LeRoy Marinell (uncredited), Waddy Wachtel (uncredited) and Warren Zevon (uncredited)
Performed by Warren Zevon
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Tragic episode.
8 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Larry Sanders Show always entertains, probably because it's just my flavor of comedy. This particular show was on IFC tonight and the guests were a collection of celebrities with a tragic connection. Broadcast on Sept. 15, 1993, the three guest stars would be dead within a decade, well before their time. Gene Siskel Feb. 20 1999, age 53 Warren Zevon Sept 7 2003, age 56 John Ritter Sept. 11 2003, age 54 The show itself was somewhat weak, with too much going on to be able to focus the comedy on one or two central topics which is their strong point. Darlene with a stray dog, a reporter from Entertainment Weekly, and Artie's hanky panky were a distraction.


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