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May 30, 2008
Miss Someone Funny.
14 years ago
Well, I guess he was just too big a star for a single FPP. Sorry, guys!
Gentlemen, please rest your sphincters.
"Korman was known, too, for his voice-over work, providing the snooty voice of 'The Flintstones' character the Great Gazoo, the diminutive, green helmeted alien who referred to Fred and Barney as 'dum-dums.' "
I think my favoeite Korman moment on the Carol Burnett Show was, "Don't be silly; there's no such thing as werewooooooooooooolves!"
Mine would be one of the Clouseau movies, where he played Prof. Auguste Balls, the disguise specialist. "When duty calls,
you've got Balls!"
Which was a great intro to perhaps the Funniest Thing Put to Film, Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau, in disguise as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, singing Maurice Chevalier's "Thank Heaven for Little Girls". And you can clearly see all four men... But this post is about Harvey...
"Count De Money! Count De Money!" *faintly* "Di Moh-NAY!" . Somewhere up above, Harvey is looking down at all this and cracking up.
Harvey Korman slide show.
Features you-know-who in you-know-what.
Holy crud - the one with Harvey, Tim, and the magnified teeth made potato chip go up my nose.
I'm home sick today so I'm watching season 1 of the Muppet Show, and right now is Harvey Korman's episode. I remember watching it when I was but a wee thing - Maurice the bitter and mean animal-tamer.