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1. Caesar's Hour and Your Show of Shows - The Clock

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents - The Clock - In one of Your Show of Shows most signature sketches, Sid, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner and Howard Morris parody the animatronic figurines on a Bavarian clock with uncanny accuracy! Check out The Sid Caesar Collection - Available on VHS and DVD at: http://www.sidvid.com

2. Caesar's Hour and Your Show of Shows - The German General

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents - The German General - Sid Caesar and Howard Morris perform Doubletalk (the lost comedic art of foreign language imitation) in this parody of a German WWII general and his dresser. Check out The Sid Caesar Collection - Available on VHS and DVD at: http://www.sidvid.com

3. Caesar's Hour and Your Show of Shows - This Is Your Story

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents - This Is Your Story - In this hilarious send-up of the television series “This is Your Life“, Sid Caesar plays a reluctant participant on the show, with Carl Reiner as your jovial host, and Howard Morris as the over-emotional Uncle Goopy! Check out The Sid Caesar Collection - Available on VHS and DVD at: http://www.sidvid.com

4. Casino Royale

Description: In this 1967 classic James Bond spoof, Peter Sellers stars as James Bond, version 2 ? replacing the original bond played by David Niven. An all star cast includes Orson Welles, William Holden, Charles Boyer, Ursula Andress, John Huston, Woody Allen, George Raft, Jean-Paul Belemondo, and Deborah Kerr. Very silly film but the 1960s era culture, cars, and hippy dippy stuff make this a true gem for anybody who liked the Austin Powers movies.

5. Happy Birthday Woody Allen

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day in Hollywood - December 1!

6. Noxzema Comfort Shave TV Commercial

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a classic Noxzema TV Commercial for their shaving cream - Noxzema medicated comfort shave. This commercial is very memorable and features a sexy Scandinavian girl who urges her man - to take it off. Take it all off. Segue into the bump and grind burlesque classic, The Stripper by David Rose (no, not Danny Rose - that's part of a Woody Allen film title). The closer you get... the more you need Noxzema - Noxzema medicated comfort shave.

7. Oscar Night In Hollywood

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel presents - This Day in Hollywood - March 29th!

8. Rules of the Game, The

Description: Jean Renoir's Rules of the Game is one of the greatest films ever made. As you might already know, Jean Renoir was the son of the remarkable impressionist painter, Auguste Renoir - whose paintings are so beautiful and glorious that they are actually worth the millions that they sell for today. This film is perhaps Jean Renoir's finest work, though some might prefer his other masterpiece, La Grande Illusion, also available on this site. Unlike Grande Illusion that is a heavy film about the tragic ironies of war, this film is hilarious satire about the fading French aristocracy and a wonderful portrayal of the human comedy of love, marriage, and relationships.

9. Woody Allen Comedy Special

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - The Woody Allen Special from September 21, 1969 - which was part of TV series called The Kraft Music Hall. (the guest for this episode was the 5th Dimension, featuring the Laura Nyro song Wedding Bell Blues with Marilyn McCoo in top form and Working on a Groovy Thing - AWESOME. Wedding Bell Blues was released in October 1969 shortly after this special and stayed in the Top 40 for 14 weeks). Candace Bergen, best known for her role as Murphy Brown is Woody's special guest. And - oh my - what a treat - Reverend Billy Graham has a terrific interview with Woody Allen as they discuss God, sex and seeing each other's show. Billy says he'll go see Play it Again Sam if Woody goes to one of Billy Graham's revivals. It's an amazing bit of television history -and fascinatin given the events that followed the era of the sexual revoltion of the late 1960s.


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