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Lorne Michaels, the man behind the curtain at ‘Saturday Night Live,’ has been minting comedy gold for nearly 50 years

By Chris Lamb, Professor of Journalism, Indiana University
On April 24, 1976, Lorne Michaels, the creator and producer of the late-night NBC comedy program “Saturday Night” – it had not yet changed its name to “Saturday Night Live” – appeared on camera in hopes of luring the Beatles to reunite on the program.

The Fab Four’s last concert had been eight years earlier in San Francisco, and the band had stopped recording together in 1969.

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