The variety show that made Carol Burnett and her comedy troupe household names, 'Carol Burnett and Friends' stars Burnett alongside comedians Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner and Tim Conway. The show is famous for its memorable sketch comedy, often consisting of movie parodies, such as "Went with the Wind," an upside-down take on "Gone with the Wind," and original situational comedy, such as recurring sketches "The Family," which was spun off as television series "Mama's Family," and "Kitchen Commercials."
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