Sid Ceaser and Mel Tolkin put together a room of promising young writers who would all go on to revolutionize the industry, sometimes because of their work on The Show of Shows, sometime sin spite of it. Mel Brooks, Carl Riener, Woody Allen, Larry Gelbart, and Neil Simon along with his brother Danny, all started revolutionary careers working under Sid and Co.
Rob, a journeyman comedian with dreams of being the next Jerry Lewis, and Laura, a young woman trying to work her way up as a dancer, have a whirlwind romance while overseas during the Korean War. But when civilian life comes back for them they find their dreams of stardom aren't going as well as they hoped. With a baby on the way and a house to pay for Rob starts looking for steady work but when a desperate producer working for his tyrant brother in law shows up at his wits end, Rob finds that his destiny might be …
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Interstellar made 60 years earlier.
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In the 1949, Virag Magyar, a shy, sensitive mime apprentice, immigrates from Hungary to the USA, specifically to Las Vegas, from where she has received an employment contract. But her future work place's a dirty, seedy local regented by a obnoxious family, the Norwoods, who want to abuse and mock her. But lately, she'll meet Víctor Slasky, an unlucky Polish illusionist apprentice who's an immigrant too, and both will try to go away from the town and from their situtations for a better future.
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