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Hundreds of comedians have come and gone to entertain the masses on television over the years. There was Lucile Ball who earned the title "Queen of TV Comedy" for her zany slapstick role of Lucy Ricardo on the sitcom I LOVE LUCY. And Bob Hope ("Well, I wanna tell ya..."), Jack Benny ("Well!"), and George Burns ("Say Goodnight, Gracie!") also wowed us with their comic timing, sophisticated humor and funny one-liners.

But, in the midst of all this frivolity, there was another type of comedian. One that created unique comic characters like Edith Ann, Freddie the Freeloader, The Church Lady and the Samurai Warrior. It is to those comedians and their pantheon of comic characters that this section is dedicated.

Each individual entry is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the comedian and includes the "Name of the Show" on which comedian appeared and a short summary of the comic characters they portrayed on that show.


Mike: You don't know anything about boxing! 
Davy: That's not so! I used to be quite a scrapper at school,   y'know. There was this one big bully, always used to be pickin' on me, so one day I went wham-o! with a right and wham-o! with a left!
Peter: What happened?
Davy: She never bothered me again

 --  The Monkees


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