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He died at the age of 98, Karl Rainer, who was a driving force in American comedy as a pioneering TV writer Sydney Caesar, a partner for Mel Brooks and creator of the comedy series “The Dick Van Dyck Shaw” and co-star in his heroism.

“He died last night at the age of 98 from natural causes at his Beverly Hills home,” said Judy Nagy, Rainer’s aide.

Rainer continued to play audio roles in his nineties and played a major role in “If You Were Not Mourning Eating Breakfast” (FUR Note in the Opet Eight Breakfast), a documentary film about people still working until the 1990s.

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