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Henny Youngman

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Henny Youngman's Biography

Henry "Henny" Youngman (originally German surname Junggman) (March 16, 1906 – February 24, 1998) was a British-American comedian and violinist famous for "one-liners", short, simple jokes usually delivered rapid-fire. His best known one-liner was "Take my wife—please."

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  • Documentary recalls when Catskills comedy was king

      News Source: Sacramento Bee | 1 month ago
    There, fledgling comics like Jerry Lewis honed their acts while also working as bus boys or waiters at resort hotels where New York City families flocked during summer. The documentary When Comedy Went to School, showing at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Crest
  • February 24th In NYC History

      News Source: NY1 | 1 month ago
    The boom years are off and running as the Dow Jones Industrials close above 1,100 for the first time...One of the city's greatest architects, Irwin Chanin, dies at age 96. He was most famous for designing the Art-Deco Chanin Office Building at 42nd
  • Movie review: When Jews Were Funny lacks focus (with video)

      News Source: Leader Post Online | 4 months ago
    2½ stars out of 5 Featuring: Shecky Greene, Shelley Berman, Howie Mandel Directed by: Alan Zweig Running time: 88 minutes Parental guidance: Coarse language, old jokes Two Jews sit down to talk about something: Jewish humour, maybe, or the

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