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Make Me Laugh: A classic game show, hosted by TV veteran Robert Q. Lewis. In this show, contestants must sit in front of professional comedians doing their best to get a laugh. If the contestant manages to last without cracking up, he or she can win cash or prizes, as well as go on to face other, perhaps funnier, comedians.

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Released: March 20, 1958
Genres: Comedy Game-Show
Director: Jerome Shaw
Actors: Basil Rathbone

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