As a Child of Television, every Saturday night (Before SNL) ended with The Carol Burnett Show. Mr. Korman was a great utility man. He played the husband, the boss the father and the buddy. As an audience we loved to watch Tom Conway crack Mr. Korman up.
Of course I have to mention that Mr. Korman was also the voice of The Great Gazoo on The Flintstones.
Mr. Korman discusses his life and career in a series of interviews for the Archive of American Television.
To Quote Harvey Korman, "You asked what is the secret of a really good sketch. And it is a sketch is a small play. It's got a beginning, and a middle and an end. It should have a plot; it should have the characters, conflict. It is a little play. And in it, will be funny stuff".
Good Night Mr. Korman and thank you for all those funny Saturday nights.