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May 9, 1980: Times’ Pulitzer winner Howard Rosenberg, in top form, interviews Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca. Caesar talks about Mel Brooks … and “Saturday Night Live.”
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Live TV was perfect for the incomparable, Sid Ceasar. He was an untreated manic/depressive. Nothing could be more manic than performing a new, ninety-minute show, live before forty million people 39 weeks a year.
And no one could do it funnier.
Arye (Leslie) Michael Bender |
May 09, 2010 at 12:58 PM