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    1. Mekree

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      Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks met when both men were writers for Sid Caesar’s fabled television program, Your Show of Shows. Working from an idea that Reiner had, they developed a comedy routine based on the memories of a 2, year-old man. Reiner took the part of the interviewer, and Brooks .
    2. Arashill

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      1. Years with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks () 2. and One Years with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks () 3. Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks at the Cannes Film Festival () 4. and Thirteen () 5. The Year Old Man in the Year () The 5th album won the Grammy Award for Spoken Comedy/5(92).
    3. Fenrilar

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      Listen to your favorite songs from And Thirteen by Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
    4. Fenrilrajas

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      Jun 30,  · FILE - In this Feb. 24, file photo, Mel Brooks, left, and Carl Reiner accept their award for best spoken comedy album, "The Year Old Man in the Year ," during the 41st Annual Grammy.
    5. Zulkigami

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      In , Carl Reiner first got the chance to interview a man who claimed to be 2, years old, and for the next three years a series of interviews was released on record so that the rest of us could hear the insights and observations of a man who'd lived through much of history as we knew it. Of course, the 2,year-old man was actually Reiner's partner, Mel Brooks, who, through the ages.
    6. Badal

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      The Year Old Man is a comedy sketch, originally created by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in the s and first publicly performed in the s. Brooks plays a year-old man, interviewed by Carl Reiner in a series of comedy routines that were recorded into a collection of records, as well as being performed on television.
    7. Kigajas

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      Consider the sketch on the album and Thirteen in which he enables a joke about Paul Revere, sees where Brooks is going, Rob Reiner, Mel Brooks, Alan Alda, and More Celebs Share Tributes.
    8. Kigal

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      Carl Reiner, right, and Mel Brooks record their comedy album " and Thirteen" in Los Angeles in August Reiner, who as performer, writer and director earned a place in comedy history several times over, died Monday night, June 29, , at home in Beverly Hills. He was D. Gorton/The New York Times. by Robert Berkvist and Peter Keepnews.

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