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From the Borscht Belt to Broadway and beyond
Not your ordinary Jewish funny man (okay, maybe he is).
What's so funny -- and so Jewish?
How a first generation Jewish American became an entertainment legend.
The late 1950s through the '70s were a time of shifting winds in American Jewish humor.
A roundup of the best Chelm stories.
First and foremost, Jewish humor snickers in the face of authority.
It's a laughing matter.
How much do you know about Jewish humor?
Highlights from the comedic producer's funniest movies.
Few Jewish comedians have made such a significant contribution to both Jewish humor and popular culture as Fanny Brice.
A Jewish comedian delivers bigotry with a smile.
A tradition of poking fun at the Master of the Universe.
Jokes, old and new, by and about Jews