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A hundred years ago there were almost 5,000 Vaudeville theaters around the country. But then came radio, and TV, comedy clubs and touring stand-up comedians.

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A hundred years ago there were almost 5,000 Vaudeville theaters around the country. But then came radio, and TV, comedy clubs and touring stand-up comedians.

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