Carl Reiner Dead at 98

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I was never really aware of this man's work, but I do recognize him from 2 of my favorite cartoons, "Funny Is Funny" (1966) and "The 2000 Year Old Man" (1975), both of which feature such a great, natural sincerity about them in the voice direction and humor. He's lived an illustrious life, to be sure. God bless him.
 

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I was never really aware of this man's work, but I do recognize him from 2 of my favorite cartoons, "Funny Is Funny" (1966) and "The 2000 Year Old Man" (1975), both of which feature such a great, natural sincerity about them in the voice direction and humor. He's lived an illustrious life, to be sure. God bless him.
What a good long life he had.
 

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Exactly. It’s hard to feel sad for someone who almost makes it to 100.
I remember him especially on the Dick Van Dyke Show, and a cameo in “The Jerk”, which he directed.

At least Mel Brooks is still kicking.
 

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Exactly. It’s hard to feel sad for someone who almost makes it to 100.
I remember him especially on the Dick Van Dyke Show, and a cameo in “The Jerk”, which he directed.

At least Mel Brooks is still kicking.
He also directed "Summer School” as well, which he had a role in.
 
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