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But unlike other comedy shows at the time, the dialogue was considered sharper, funnier, and more adult-oriented.

"Sid's was the show to which all comedy writers aspired. His TV shows' subjects included satires of real life events and people—and parodies of popular film genres, theater, television shows, and opera.

His father was Max Ziser (1874-1946) and his mother was Ida (née Raphael) (1887-1975). By waiting on tables, their son learned to mimic the patois, rhythm and accents of the diverse clientele, a technique he termed double-talk, which he used throughout his career.

He first tried double-talk with a group of Italians, his head barely reaching above the table.

They enjoyed it so much that they sent him over to a group of Poles to repeat his native-sounding patter in Polish, and so on with Russians, Hungarians, Frenchmen, Spaniards, Lithuanians, and Bulgarians.

Sid Caesar's older brother, David, was his comic mentor and "one-man cheering section." but he found work as a saxophonist at the Vacationland Hotel, a resort located in the Catskill Mountains of Sullivan County, New York.

There he met the civilian director of the show, Max Liebman.

When Caesar's comedy got bigger applause than the musical numbers, Liebman asked him to do stand-up bits between the songs.

Tars and Spars toured nationally, and became Caesar's first major gig as a comedian.