Wednesday, February 5, 2014
On November 8, 1978, comedians Milton Berle and David Steinberg were guests on Dick Clark's Live Wednesday TV show. We haven't seen their shtick for 36 years and we'll bet you haven't either.
Berle and Steinberg get into an animated conversation about what's funny and what's not.
Steinberg interrupts Berle in the middle of singing a ballad and tries to convince him to do slapstick instead.
To remind him of how funny slapstick is, Steinberg proceeds to smear black paint on Berle's face, cut his tie in half, drop his pants, and more.
Does Steinberg get his comeuppance in the end? Watch and see.
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