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    Loved the Carol Burnett Show. The elphant skit with Dick Van Dyke kept us laughing till our sides hurt. I'd love to see the original shows, with commercials, be put on DVD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rangefinder View Post
    Loved the Carol Burnett Show. The elphant skit with Dick Van Dyke kept us laughing till our sides hurt. I'd love to see the original shows, with commercials, be put on DVD.
    It would be funny to see the original commercials wouldn't it?

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    Yea that's the (good ol days) No Cable/Satelite ; )Tim Conway WWwwwooe
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    My favorite was the spoof on Gone With the Wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpwing View Post
    My favorite was the spoof on Gone With the Wind.

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    I love the Conway/Korman skit where Conway is the inept dentist:

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    Went With the Wind

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    It was a ritual in my house to watch her show. One of my favs was the Gone with the wind Spoof when she left the curtain rod in the dress she made of the drapes. as Zacii posted.

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    i loved all the skits..... especially when they would try themselves not to laugh.... and they would try to hold in and then they would just bust out laughing...
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    Oh yeah, Tim Conway, Harvey Korman, Carol Burnette, what a trio of great ones. We all have "favorite" sketches but I love the Mrs Wiggins/Mr. Tudbol sketch most of all.
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    I loved that show. Tim Conway and Harvey Korman were great together, especially when one of them started laughing. Great stuff.
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    Thanks for the memories (sorry Bob Hope!). I kept going with the You Tube links for Carol Burnett outtakes. Wow, brought back a lot of laughs.

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