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Make 'Em Laugh
   featured in the film   
Singin' In The Rain (1952)
Chortle
   means   
A Joyful Laugh
A portmanteau word from Lewis Caroll's poem "Jabberwocky". It is made from the words "chuckle" and "snort".
Guffaw
   means   
A Boisterous Laugh
“Rictusempra”
   is used to   
Cause Someone to Laugh Uncontrollably
The Tickling Charm used by Harry on Draco in the Dueling Club (Chamber of Secrets).
Adam Sandler
   released   
They're All Gonna Laugh at You! (1993)
Laugh
   in French is   
Rire
Laugh out Loud
   in Spanish is   
Carcajearse
Laugh
   in Portuguese is   
Riso
Laugh
   in Esperanto is   
Ridi
Steffi Graf
   means   
Laugh
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Roy Figgis
Played by James Bolam
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Archie Glover
Played by Peter Bowles
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Norman Binns
Played by Christopher Strauli
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Dr Gordon Thorpe
Played by Richard Wilson
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Gupte
Played by Derrick Branche
Only When I Laugh
   featured the character   
Sir Julian Briggs
Played by Reginald Marsh
Laugh
   is an antonym of   
Cry
The Tin Man (1934)
   has the tagline   
A Laugh Tops Every Thrilling Moment
Raising the Wind (1961)
   has the tagline   
A Laugh in Every Note!
I'm All Right Jack (1959)
   has the tagline   
Three of England's Top Comedians....One Big Laugh Riot!
'Solitude' by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
   has the opening lines   
Laugh and the World Laughs With You, Weep and You Weep Alone.
19th C. sentimental poet whose works with this exception are forgotten
To Laugh
   in Italian is   
Ridere
The Man Who Makes People Laugh Uncontrollably
   was performed by   
Jones and Palin
City Gent: "Fivepenny please." (Cut to stock film of audience rolling about with laughter and clapping. Cut back to city gent in street. He looks rather bewildered. He shrugs, turns and as he starts to walk away the camera pulls out. We see the city gent pass two colleagues.) City Gent: "Morning." They collapse laughing and roll about on the pavement. The city gent hurries on, and turns into the door of a big office block. A hall porter is standing behind a counter.) City Gent: "Not so warm today, George." (a shriek of mirth from the porter who collapses behind the counter)
Everybody’s Got Someone That They Wanna Sing About,
      
Laugh About, Cry About. It’s True
“For Me, It’s You” by Train
Laugh
   in Filipino is   
Tawa
Laugh
   in Greek is   
γέλιο
When the Green Woods Laugh by H. E. Bates
   was titled from the literary source   
Songs of Innocence and of Experience
William Blake
Laugh and the World Laughs With You, Weep and You Weep Alone.
   ends with   
But One by One We Must All File on Through the Narrow Aisles of Pain.
Solitude by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I Wanna Make the World Laugh
   comes from the musical   
Mack & Mabel
Laugh
   in Hawaiian is   
Aka 'aka
Muggin'
   means   
To Make Laugh
Crack Up
   means   
To Laugh Hysterically
Don
   was played by Kevin Bacon in   
Only When I Laugh (1981)
Kuram Na Smekh.
   means   
To Make the Hens Laugh
English version: It is enough to make a cat laugh
Richard Pryor
   said   
"I'd Like to Be Able to Make You Laugh for 10 Minutes Though I'm Going to Be on for an Hour."
J. R. R. Tolkien
   said   
"Never Laugh at Live Dragons"
Oh, God! (1977)
   has the tagline   
It's an Almighty Laugh!
Father Dear Father (1972)
   has the tagline   
Big Screen Fun - Big Screen Laughter - The Big Screen 'Father Dear Father'!
Iron Maiden
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Bring Your Daughter...To The Slaughter
December 30 1990 for 2 weeks
Laughin’ All the Way to the Bank
   comes from the musical   
The Sweet Smell of Success
She Saw the Knife in My Hand
      
And She Laughed No More
"Delilah" by Tom Jones
Stock
   is missing from the title of   
Laughing ___
Talk Talk (1991)
Nitrous Oxide
   is also known as   
Laughing Gas
Ride Bene Chi Ride Ultimo
   means   
Who Laughs Last Laughs Best
Spartacus (1960)
   starred   
Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons and Charles Laughton
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Oliver Hardy
   has the epitaph   
"A Genius of Comedy. His Talent Brought Joy and Laughter to All in the World"
Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park; California
He's More to Be Pitied Than
      
Laughed at






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