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Pioneering TV Comedian Sid Caesar Dies at 91

Pioneering U.S. television comedian Sid Caesar, who set the standard for TV comedy in the early 1950s, has died at 91. The New York born-Caesar began his career as a big band saxophonist before moving into nightclubs and the Broadway stage. He started his television career in 1949 when he partnered with the late comedienne Imogene Coca. Their legendary series Your Show of Shows was must-see Saturday night viewing and attracted huge audiences. Caesar rejected typical TV slapstick and...

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