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Name one other year that has had this many great comedy films. You can't. 1988 was a huge year for comedies, both good and bad.
Yes, we were punished with movies like "Earth Girls Are Easy," "High Spirits," "Johnny Be Good," "License to Drive," "Young Einstein," "Hot to Trot," "Moving," "Feds," "Twins," "Big Top Pee-Wee," "Crocodile Dundee 2," "Caddyshack 2," "Short Circuit 2," and "Police Academy 5."
But... well... ok, maybe it was also the worst year for comedies.
Whatever. So, it's a numbers game. And that means there was bound to be good stuff. And the good stuff was really, really good. So, without further ado, here are the 14 classic comedy films of 1988, the best year for comedies!
(WAIT! There actually is some further ado. I wanted to send my apologies to "Scrooged," "Big Business" and "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka." They're nostalgic favorites of mine, but let's be real. They ain't that good. Ok, on with the show...)
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This list includes all Silly Symphonies, Looney Tunes, Merry Melodies, Tex Avery, Chuck Jones, Fleischer, Walt Disney, Popeye, Tom & Jerry, Felix the Cat, Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker and UPA cartoons on iCheckmovies Top lists, in chronological order.
A listing of all instalments of the Jesse Stone film series starring Tom Selleck, based on the 9 detective novels written by Robert B. Parker between 1997 and 2010 about a troubled former LAPD detective who starts a new life as the police chief of the small town of Paradise, Massachusetts.
When Turner Classic Movies (TCM) kicks off 31 Days of Oscar®, the network's annual celebration of the Academy Awards® in February, it will be embarking on one of the most ambitious and comprehensive editions of the month-long festival yet. Each night's primetime lineup from Feb. 1 through March 3 will be devoted to showcasing all the movies nominated in a particular category in a given year. Meanwhile, daytime programming will focus on specific categories, with winners and nominees from multiple years.