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Come On You Irons 4:40 Tue Jun 30
Carl Reiner
Has sadly passed away at 98. No age.

RIP

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Bungo 4:04 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
DiCaniosLefty 3:58 Wed Jul 1

Nice one. Cheers!

DiCaniosLefty 3:58 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Bungo 10:01 Wed Jul 1

Saw the show when it played here in Melbourne late last year. Was very funny and well worth going, just for the banjo playing alone!

RIP CR, comedy legend

Cheezey Bell-End 11:49 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Steve Martin is generally good, but I prefer his earlier manic films before he went sentimental. I think that must have been Reiner's influence.

"All of Me" was good. The bit that sticks in my mind was the urinal scene.

Bungo 10:01 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
On a related note, Steve Martin and Martin Short are doing a live show together. It was supposed to be in March but has been re-scheduled to 2021. They're playing the Royal Albert Hall in London.

https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/steve-martin-martin-short-tickets/artist/1591479

Looking forward to it.

Takashi Miike 9:41 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
another very good martin film was parenthood, though it does get a bit soppy at times :.)

Manuel 9:27 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Naked Gun films were good too.

Manuel 9:26 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Cheeze - Right, I did wonder that after my post.

Hermit Road 9:18 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Takashi Miike 8:05 Wed Jul 1

Cheers

Cheezey Bell-End 9:15 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
I don't think he was in Airplane, but the mental humour was similar..

Manuel 8:36 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Use to love Steve Martin, thought airplane, planes trains and dirty rotten were his best ones, and in recent years the pink panther films.

He also did a good one with Goldie Hawn 'the out of towners'

Cheezey Bell-End 8:29 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Carl Reiner was mostly before my time, but I loved those early Steve Martin films. I taped The Jerk in about 1987 and watched it dozens of times over the next few years.

Takashi Miike 8:05 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
hermit, it probably won't stay on there long but it's been uploaded on youtube


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MuQWptFkcdo

Hermit Road 3:07 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
I haven't seen the Man with Two Brains for 30 years. Im going to watch it again soon because it used to really make me laugh a lot.

HairyHammer 2:46 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
A Comedy King, R.I.P Carl Reiner.

zebthecat 1:30 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
I still love The man with two brains.
Incredibly silly and very funny.

Takashi Miike 12:55 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Bungo 12:37 Wed Jul


😂

medwayhammer1 12:43 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
Dead Men Dont Wear Plaid...possibly the finest comedy film ever made..RIP carl

Bungo 12:37 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner

Takashi Miike 6:45 Tue Jun 30

One of my favourite films.

'What are those assholes doing on the porch?

Those aren't assholes. It's pronounced *azaleas*.'

tr3bor 12:27 Wed Jul 1
Re: Carl Reiner
The Jerk

Optigrab glasses made him go cock eyed

Sven Roeder 8:01 Tue Jun 30
Re: Carl Reiner
His wife is the actress who delivered the line ‘I’ll have what she’s having’ in When Harry Met Sally directed by his son Rob.

Takashi Miike 6:45 Tue Jun 30
Re: Carl Reiner
made some of the funniest films ever made 'Dr Hfuhruhurr' 😂

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