Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This Oct. 25, 1999 file photo shows Milton Berle, left, and Sid Caesar before being honored in as the first inductees into NBC's "Walk of Fame" in the network's Rockefeller Center store in New York. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This Oct. 25, 1999 file photo shows Milton Berle, left, and Sid Caesar before being honored in as the first inductees into NBC's "Walk of Fame" in the network's Rockefeller Center store in New York. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This April 1, 2002 file photo shows comedian Sid Caesar as he arrives for a ceremony honoring comedian Milton Berle at Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary in Los Angeles. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91.”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This April 1, 2002 file photo shows comedian Sid Caesar as he arrives for a ceremony honoring comedian Milton Berle at Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary in Los Angeles. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91.”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This Oct. 25, 1999 file photo shows Sid Caesar in New York. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “This Oct. 25, 1999 file photo shows Sid Caesar in New York. Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “In this undated file photo originally provided by NBC, Sid Caesar, left, and Imogene Coca are shown in a scene from "Your Show of Shows." Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “In this undated file photo originally provided by NBC, Sid Caesar, left, and Imogene Coca are shown in a scene from "Your Show of Shows." Caesar, whose sketches lit up 1950s television with zany humor, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “Nanette Fabray, seated at right, gagged as railroad commuters Sid Caesar, left, Carl Reiner, top, center, and Howard Morris poked their smokes in her direction while looking over her shoulder to read her newspaper, on "Caesar's Hour," April 27, 1955. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “Nanette Fabray, seated at right, gagged as railroad commuters Sid Caesar, left, Carl Reiner, top, center, and Howard Morris poked their smokes in her direction while looking over her shoulder to read her newspaper, on "Caesar's Hour," April 27, 1955. ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “ctor Sid Caesar poses for a photo at his home Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Caesar became a towering figure in TV comedy with "Your Show of Shows," which aired from 1950-54, and "Caesar's Hour," 1954-57. He spent more than six months picking sketches from the series for the newly released three-disc DVD set, "The Sid Caesar Collection." ”

Photo honoring Sid Caesar on Tributes.com. “ctor Sid Caesar poses for a photo at his home Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Caesar became a towering figure in TV comedy with "Your Show of Shows," which aired from 1950-54, and "Caesar's Hour," 1954-57. He spent more than six months picking sketches from the series for the newly released three-disc DVD set, "The Sid Caesar Collection." ”

Photo honoring Mario  Cuomo on Tributes.com. “FILE - In this June 20, 1990, file photo, Nelson Mandela addresses the crowd at John F. Kennedy International Airport after arriving in New York. With Mandela from left are Winnie Mandela

Photo honoring Mario Cuomo on Tributes.com. “FILE - In this June 20, 1990, file photo, Nelson Mandela addresses the crowd at John F. Kennedy International Airport after arriving in New York. With Mandela from left are Winnie Mandela

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