100 Years Of Comedy

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Released 1997

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1997
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100 Years of Comedy takes a look back at the film genre as old as film itself, from the silent performances of Charlie Chaplin to the blockbuster films created by the stars of Saturday Night Live. This informative documentary foregoes providing a strict chronology of comedy past and present in favor of connecting comedic films over the years through similarities in theme, production, and cultural significance. Features hundreds of clips from vast collections of archived footage and contemporary movies, 100 Years of Comedy includes selections from films by Laurel & Hardy, Gene Wilder, The Three Stooges, Bob Hope, Eddie Murphy, Woody Allen, Richard Pryor, Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and many, many more. This comprehensive review of comedic cinema provides insightful perspective on the evolution of film 100 Years of Comedy proves that while times change, and tastes change, the laughter goes on.

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    Comedy, Documentary

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