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Billy Crystal - from Sha Na Na to Yankee Stadium

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"At 65, he has the same round face..."

Ummm... not quite. I sense a few plastic surgeries. At any rate, it's sad to see these guys all getting old. Billy Crystal did a lot of rather funny and sometimes classic movies in the late '80s and '90s.

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For whatever reason I remembered him more green and with fewer eyes. ;) I hope he doesn't mind being remembered for an animation voice-over...

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Looks like plastic.

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Man! Sha Na Na! They were the first ever group I saw live in Concert back in 1978 when I was 13 years old! Sweet! Wonder whatever happened to Bowzer!?

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Hey Billy, BILLY. Is there going to be a Mr Saturday Night part 2? Big fan... Big fan!

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He looks Marvelous.

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Man! Sha Na Na! They were the first ever group I saw live in Concert back in 1978 when I was 13 years old! Sweet! Wonder whatever happened to Bowzer!?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha_Na_Na#Member_information

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"He was an unknown comic at the time, an unknown who happened to look exactly like one of Sha Na Na’s lead singers, Johnny Contardo."

Billy did look a lot like the young Johnny Contardo.

He was great in City Slickers and City Slickers 2.

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he looks like a corpse

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"he looks like a corpse"

You've never seen a corpse, have you, Kimo?

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Billty does not look like a corpse, although pale skin under a hair dye job will make you look like Rod Steiger in The Loved One has just prepped you for Miss Thagatonagus. (there's no way I spelled that right)

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The first time I remember seeing him was when he was playing the part of the Jodie Dallas (one of the first openly gay characters on broadcast TV) on "Soap!". That was a very gutsy thing to do back in the 70's.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jodie_Dallas

Mr. Crystal's body of work is such that I give him the respect of a "Mr." in front of his name.

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