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The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special (1967)

The cast of "Your Show Of Shows" is reunited in several skits that keep true to the style of the show's best material. First, an encounter at a market that leaves Sid battered amid the ... See full summary »

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The cast of "Your Show Of Shows" is reunited in several skits that keep true to the style of the show's best material. First, an encounter at a market that leaves Sid battered amid the debris, then Sid and Imogene as tourists in Paris, then Sid, Carl and Howie as incompatible shipmates in a submarine experiment. Next, an hilarious take-off on "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf", then an updated visit from "The Haircuts", and lastly, all engage in a classic Caesar version of an Italian opera. Written by WesternOne

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5 April 1967 (USA)  »

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This special was sponsored by American Motors Corporation. See more »

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Spoofs Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) See more »

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Stars Over Broadway
(1950)
Composed by Mel Tolkin, Clay Warnick and Max Liebman
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