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This Day In Comedy: December 20

On: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Born this day in 1919, Everett Greenbaum, screenwriter Good Neighbor Sam, Ghost And Mr. Chicken, Reluctant Astronaut, Shakiest Gun In The West, TV’s M*A*S*H, Andy Griffith Show. Died of brain cancer 7/11/1999 at 79
Born this day in 1968, Joe Cornish, 42, British comedian.
Born this day in 1923, Rod Amateau, writer TV’s Mister Ed, My Mother The Car, Bob Cummings Show, New Phil Silvers Show, Patty Duke Show", George Burns And Gracie Allen Show. He died 06/29/2003 of cerebral hemorrhage at age 79.
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Died this day in 2009 Arnold Stang, comedian actor, Broadside, Milton Berle, Top Cat. Born 9/28/1918, he died from penumonia at 91.

Died this day in 2001, Foster Brooks, last of the "drunk" Comedians, skipped Junior High , appeared in TV’s Munsters, Bewitched. Opening act for Perry Como. He was born 5/11/1912 and died from heart failure at 89.
Died this day in 2010 Steve Landesberg, Bronx New York comedian, actor TV’s Barney Miller. He was born 11/23/1936 and died from colon cancer at 74.

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