St. Louis Walk of Fame: Comedy

The St. Louis Walk of Fame honors notable people from St. Louis, Missouri, who made contributions to the culture of the United States. All inductees were either born in the Greater St. Louis area or spent their formative years here. The St. Louis Walk of Fame is located in the Delmar Loop where brass stars and bronze plaques are embedded in the sidewalks. Check out these titles about the Walk of "Famers" who made their contribution in comedy.

Phyllis Diller: Not Just Another Pretty Face

A collection of short segments from the 1960s ABC TV big-budget variety series, The Hollywood Palace, featuring Diller's famous, rapid-fire machine gun joke telling, along with appearances by several other big-name stars, including Dean Martin, Don Rickles, Terry-Thomas, Phil Harris, The King Family Singers, Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. These monologues showcase Diller right at the peak of her comedic powers.

Dick Gregory - In Living Black & White

Dick Gregory - In Living Black & White

Cedric "The Entertainer" - The Original Kings Of Comedy

Cedric "The Entertainer" - The Original Kings Of Comedy

Redd Foxx - Up Against The Wall

Redd Foxx - Up Against The Wall

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