Reports are Harvey Korman passed away today at age 81. Another of the world's funniest actors gone. RIP.
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I am depressed. Harvey Korman was truly one of the funniest men in the entertainment business. His performances in Mel Brooks' movies were classics, and he was absolutely hilarious when he was on "The Carol Burnette Show".
RIP, Harvey... truly one of the world's funniest men.
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Harvey Korman and Tim Conway were in Pittsburgh back in 2005 at the Benedum Center doing a two man comedy show. I was wanting to go see them but ended up forgeting all about it and missed the show. Now I really fucking wish I had gone. This just makes me sick.
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That's true, as long as you don't adjust for inflation. The average movie ticket price has increased 13% since even Die Another Day came out. Adjusted for inflation, based on domestic box office only, the best selling movie was Thunderball.