Your favorite comedy movie.

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  1. BILC

    BILC

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    Watching a Johnny Carson rerun and Buddy Hacket is on. The other night Johnathan Winters was on. My favorite would have to be It’s a wild wild wild wild world. The first time I saw it would have been in the late sixties and it is loaded with a star studded cast.
     
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    To many good comedy movies to pick just one. Blazing Saddles, Office Space, Ted, and Young Frankenstein to name just a few.
     

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    Dumb and Dumber. Over the top stupid humor.
     
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    Animal house, Blazing saddles, blues brothers.
     
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    There's Something About Mary.
     
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    Have you seen my baseball?

    Still laugh when I see someone wearing those white wireless ear buds... looks like a scene from that movie.
     
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    Anchor Man— so many great lines!!
    I’m kind of a big deal
    It’s boring
    Milk was a bad choice
     
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    Is that why you used hair dope when we played baseball?
     
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    Franks and beans.
     
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    Not necessarily THE favorite but, I really like it.

    The Egg and I, Fred MacMurray, Claudette Colbert and the the birth of Ma and Pa Kettle (Marjorie Main,Percy Kilbride).
     
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    My fellow Americans is right up there.

     
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    That was an ok movie but, is everything political with you?
     
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    I must have an affinity to scenes with minor wounds, blue humor.
    Among my favorites is the scene in "Dirty rotten scoundrels" where Steve Martin has a cork on the end of his fork for when he pokes himself in the eye. And then the eye patch.

    Another scene, not really a comedy, was "Chinatown" when Jack Nicholson gets his nose cut by a bad guy and later has this huge bandage on it, which get's smaller as the film progresses.
     
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    Toss up between Uncle Buck and The 40 year old Virgin, but I say the chest wax scene puts Steve Carrel over the top.