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Mel Brooks pens emotional tribute to best friend Carl Reiner after death: ‘I loved him’

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after his death at the age of 94.The actor, who had been close friends with Carl, recalled meeting the star back in 1950.He wrote on Twitter: ‘Carl was a giant, unmatched in his contributions to entertainment.‘He created comedy gems like The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Jerk, and Where’s Poppa?

I met him in 1950 when he joined Sid Caesar on Your Show of Shows, and we’ve been best friends ever since. I loved him.‘When we were doing The 2000 Year Old Man together there was no better straight man in the.

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