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The funny faces of Sid Caesar

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Sid Caesar, a television pioneer who reigned as the king of live TV sketch comedy in the 1950s with his inspired brand of mimicry, pantomime and satire on the classic comedy-variety series “Your Show of Shows” and “Caesar’s Hour,” died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. He was 91. He made us laugh and laugh. Here we round up just a few of the wide range of faces he’s made throughout the years.

At a news conference announcing the formation of the Glendale Festival Orchestra in 1995, Sid Caesar made a face before his premiere performance with the orchestra, “Sid Caesar: Launching the Next 50 Years!”  (Los Angeles Times)
My oh my
Sid Caesar arrived at a ceremony honoring comedian Milton Berle at Hillside Memorial Park in 2002. (Nick Ut / Associated Press)
Oh, there you are!
Sid Caesar arrived at NBC’s 75th anniversary celebration of “Your Show of Shows” in New York in February 2014.  (Ron Frehm / Associated Press)
Hello, darling!
Comedians Milton Berle and Sid Caesar puckered up for photographers at the 50th Emmy Awards in 1998. (Kim Kulish / AFP / Getty Images)
Shocked, just shocked I’ll tell ya!
Sid Caesar arrived for the NBC 75th anniversary celebration at Studio 8H in Rockefeller Center in New York on May 5, 2002. (Frank Micelotta / Getty Images)
You know, I see you, right?
Sid Caesar at his home office in 1994, where he kept a great deal of the memorabilia he received during his profound television career.  (Tammy Lechner)
Thumbs up
Sid Caesar at opening night of the play “An Evening With Golda Meir” at the Canon Theatre on May 6, 2003, in Beverly Hills. (Dan Steinberg / Getty Images)
Hey there, buddy!
Sid Caesar laughed during an interview at his home Aug. 1, 2002, in Beverly Hills.  (Krista Niles / AP)
Boy, I sure have taken lots of photos
Sid Caesar looked into the camera for a photograph taken in 2012 in Los Angeles. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / MCT)