The Great Comedians
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The Great Comedy Teams & Single Comedians Listed Below
A Special Pictorial Tribute To The Comedy Teams

  George Burns once commented "Who can die. I¹m booked." His sense of humor may have had something to do with his nearly 100 years of zestful life, in spite of what others may have considered less-than-ideal living (such as smoking cigars and drinking hard liquor). Bob Hope, Milton Burl and other comedians outlived the typical American male. Maybe laughter had something to do with their above average lifespans. Laughter has been called "internal jogging" by Norman Cousins. Laughter helps us to generate endorphins, or chemical messengers from the brain which help to bolster immune functions and improve other aspects of our body¹s  defenses. There is compelling scientific evidence that happy chemicals from the brain help to improve digestion, circulation, stress management, immune defenses and more. As Depak Chopra, MD has stated so eloquently "Every cell in your body is eavesdropping on your thoughts." Add some fun thoughts and regular chuckles to your day and you might find some improvements in your health. This section of our web site is dedicated to bringing some mirth and merriment into your life. Humor is very subjective.  No offense is intended. Life is full of injustices and absurdities. Humor helps us to cope with these. As former President John Kennedy said in 1961 "Humor is the balancing stick that allows us to walk the tightrope of life." May your walk be enjoyable.  May this section add something to your daily chuckles.

Bud Abbott & Lou Costello

Laurel & Hardy

Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis
The 3 Stooges

The All Time Great Solo Comedians
A Special Pictorial Tribute To The Solo Comedians

W.C. Fields

Bob Hope

Jack Benny

George Burns

Benny Hill

Jackie Gleason

Jimmy Durante

Milton Berle

Red Skelton