entertainer that manages to evoke a few laughs.
Unfortunately, given the display of slapstick comedy
that the Belgians put on at the Bridge, the gaffer's name is Mario 'Mr' Been.
Always game for some slapstick comedy
, Hanks finished the interview with a set-piece about cartoon whales swimming in the backdrop of the stage that eventually saw the Academy Award winner covered in water.
In my opinion Norman was at that time the king of slapstick comedy
BERLIN: Ben Stiller ditches the slapstick comedy
and gets more serious in "Greenberg," a low budget drama about a man in mid-life crisis struggling to deal with painful truths about himself and his failures.
The actress was last seen in the slapstick comedy
De Dana Dan ( DDD ) and the thriller Race .
of Oklahoma) examines how her slapstick comedy
in such Depression-era films as Prosperity (1932) and Tugboat Annie (1933) represented non-glamours women, the poor, and older people.
On paper, a slapstick comedy
about ping-pong, a marginal sport at best, must have made sense.
As a part of the ongoing Dubai Summer Surprises celebration, Mall of the Emirates brings together the grace of trampoline with hilarious slapstick comedy
that is guaranteed to leave audiences with a smile.
As skilled in slapstick comedy
as she was in high tragedy, Sills once described the role of Marie, the daughter of the regiment, as a "Lucille Ball with high notes.
A revival is headed back to Manhattan in April for a run at the New Victory Theatre, but first it revs up at home in Vancouver, where the series of improv skits first gelled into a slapstick comedy
about a bunch of strangers on the Number 14 commuter line.
You can't get any hipper than Burbank,'' said Gary Owens, the Radio Hall of Famer whose phrase ``from beautiful downtown Burbank'' was heard through the 1960s and 1970s on the cult TV slapstick comedy
show ``Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In'' and on Johnny Carson's ``Tonight Show.