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Carol Burnett Overview:

Legendary actress, Carol Burnett, was born Carol Creighton Burnett on Apr 26, 1933 in San Antonio, TX. As of December 2018, Carol Burnett was 85 years old.

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. In addition, Burnett was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame . Burnett was never nominated for an Academy Award.

BlogHub Articles:

Just for Fun! as the Lovely Starlett O’Hara

By Annmarie Gatti on Apr 26, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

and Crew have “Went with the Wind”… I’m sure that just about every Classic Movie fan knows this one VERY well, and I’m equally sure that it brings a big smile and even a laugh-out-loud chuckle to many of us as well. So without further adieu, here is the fa... Read full article


Christmas With

By Anne Marie on Dec 1, 2013 From We Recycle Movies

Last?week, PBS broadcasted the 16th Annual Mark Twain Award for Comedy, which honored the Queen of Sketch Comedy, . As we know, this blog is a big fan of , so I’m not biased at all when I say this is a much deserved award and a long time coming. Fortunately, I’m... Read full article


4 Best Movie Spoofs From “The Show” (2)

By Anne Marie on Apr 26, 2013 From We Recycle Movies

Today is the 80th birthday of one of the funniest women in America, A lady who ruled TV for 11 years on her own sketch show on CBS, ! Although I clearly wasn?t alive during 1967-1978, I was able to catch a syndicated version of The Show on TBS when I was in elementary scho... Read full article


4 Best Movie Spoofs From “The Show” (1)

By Anne Marie on Apr 26, 2013 From We Recycle Movies

Today is the 80th birthday of one of the funniest women in America, A lady who ruled TV for 11 years on her own sketch show on CBS, ! Although I clearly wasn?t alive during 1967-1978, I was able to catch a syndicated version of The Show on TBS when I was in elementary scho... Read full article


Classic Movie Parodies - The Show Way

By Aurora on Sep 2, 2012 From How Sweet It Was

Reblogged from goosepimply allover: Movie parodies on the big screen have been around almost as long as the cinema?s been around. We?ve got flicks such as Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, Young Frankenstein, Hollywood Shuffle, and Hot Shots poking fun at various?scripts or life behind the sc... Read full article


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Carol Burnett Quotes:

Stella Irving: It's no great thing to tell the man you love the truth. What's important is if you love him enough to tell him a lie.


Stella Irving: You never really get to know a person until they put on their clothes.


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Carol Burnett Facts
Was a good friend of Lucille Ball, with whom she appeared several times on "The Lucy Show" (1962).

Received a Special Tony Award in 1969. She was also twice nominated for the Tony Award - in 1960, as Best Actress (Musical) for "Once Upon a Mattress" and in 1996, as Best Actress (Play) for "Moon Over Buffalo.".

In 1981, she successfully sued the "National Enquirer" for libel, prompted by its article describing her alleged public drunkenness during an altercation with then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger while in a Washington restaurant. The case remains a landmark in the study of libel cases involving celebrities, even though the unprecedented $1.6 million verdict (including $300,000 in personal damages and $1.3 million in "punitive" damages) was later reduced on appeal and the case was eventually settled out of court. Burnett donated the money to charity. She said she pursued the lawsuit because, as the daughter of two deceased alcoholics, the gossip paper's fabrication wounded her emotionally and that they should be punished for their irresponsibility when writing lies about celebrities.

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