There’s a timeless saying that dying is easy while comedy is hard. Perhaps no one understands this as much as those comedy filmmakers who over the decades have poured all their blood, sweat, and cheers into their cinematic endeavors, only to die a little inside as their purported laugh fests are rejected outright by viewers.
The very first motion picture comedy made quite the splash — literally. Released in 1895, the French short The Watered Waterer (aka The Sprinkler Sprinkled) depicted a gardener getting sprayed in the face with water after a mischievous boy messes with his hose. Running a mere 45 seconds, the film was also the first to relate a fictionalized story — a landmark development that …
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