Stars: Carol the Clown

The biggest yuk to hit television since Sid Caesar's salad wilted is a Goofy-Cousin-Clara sort of a girl with a grin full of teeth, a manner both tentative and brash, and a talent that comes bubbling up every time she opens her big mouth, shakes a leg, or crosses an eye. Carol Burnett, 29, who last week shared the podium with Julie Andrews in a TV special called Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall, has a warmth that neither coaxial cable nor gloom of darkened living room can dim. She is even funny away from the camera, despite her...

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