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The Definitive Steve Martin Lens!

Updated on April 4, 2011

Steve Martin and Me

What makes this the definitive lens? Well, I don't know, there are some good ones that will be featured here. But doesn't that sound like the kind of title Steve Martin would use to mock himself?

Yes, I know, there are already a lot of lenses on Steve Martin, heck, I counted 10 myself. So what is different here? Well, for one, this one comes from the perspective of a fellow stand up comic. Well, kind of.

But enough about me, lets talk about what I think of Steve Martin.

He is one of the funniest comics I have ever seen. If I were going to a desert island for the rest of my life and could only take one comedy DVD, it would be Steve Martin doing King Tut. That one would create enough endorphins to last me for decades!

He does his comedy without making fun of others. No fat jokes, or even political jokes. His creativity is so high that he doesn't need to, but my guess is that he wouldn't anyway.

Much of the information here was gleaned from Martin's autobiography, Born Standing Up, an interesting read for anyone.

Margo Arrowsmith Learns Stand Up Comedy

EVERYONE SHOULD TRY THIS

I have always romantisized stand up comedy. Well, until I actually learned how to do it and stood up in front of an audience and did a number. Did I say I "learned how to do it"? Well, what I should have said was that I took a class and then performed at the adult recital that was part of the tuition.

And yes, everyone should do it.

It took the course because a colleague of mine had done it. I had always thought it would be the coolest life in the world, better than running away to join the circus. Heck, you were your own boss, stand up comedians are really the entrepreneurs of entertainment. They write and produce their own stuff. They don't have to be hired by anybody. If nothing else they can stand on the corner and tell jokes for change. Free, independent...

Then I took the course and realized how much work it is. Paula Poundstone makes it look so easy, just have nice conversations with strangers in front of thousands of people, and make it look funny, no big deal.

The class was taught by a local comedian, a pretty good one, and I soon learned what a struggle it is. I learned about writing and technique and wow, there is a lot to it. I learned about the importance of threes...Brett Butler is a great example of that, but a lot of comics use it.

It began to remind me of my pottery class. I wanted to learn to throw pots. The textbook started out bluntly. 'We love to teach classes, classes make customers. People learn just exactly how hard it is to do and they appreciate the artist more and start to buy'. I paraphrase, but the author was correct. That is when I started to buy.

My comedy class was much the same. I appreciate the art much more. Being able to spot techniques hasn't dampened my appreciate, but increased it. It also makes me feel a little more like and insider. I have stood waiting to go on, wondering if the person before me is so good that it will make me look worse.

I chose to do a narrative rather than a joke session. I told the story of my search for the ultimate purple cowboy boots. I wore them as I told my story (I still have them!) When I finally found them in a store on 9th Street in "The Village" in Manhattan, the store had a pit bull just inside the door with a sign that said "Beware of the Dog". I managed to get a few giggles out of it, believe it or not.

However, my concern wasn't whether people would laugh, well not the major one. My biggest concern was that if no one laughed, I wouldn't be able to continue. Well, I don't remember much, I do know that they weren't rolling in the isles, and I stayed and finished I did not run off the stage. This meant more to me than getting laughs!

Reading Steve Martin's autobiography I learn that this is what most comics go through at the beginning and for him for ten or more years. Just stay on the stage and keep doing it!

So I didn't become a comic. That is best for everyone. However, I did become more of a connoisseur. I learned a few things that you will find on this lens.

Oh, and btw, the picture isn't me, just an idol of mine.

Young Steve Martin and the Disneyland Years

Steve Martin began his career as a boy selling maps of Disneyland in the morning. This gave him some change in his pocket, more importantly free access to the park. He spent hours at the free shows, getting ideas and learning about show business.

There were days spent in the magic shops where he learned to use magic tricks as a foundation for his comedy act. He eventually got a job in a shop. The magic demonstrations were actually his first performances.

Years later, after years of struggle, just as his career was starting to soar, a reviewer described his act as "Disneyland on acid".

Steve Martin

"I think I did pretty well, considering I started out with nothing but a bunch of blank paper"

Steve Martin: Comedy Writer

Steve Martin's first job in mainstream show business was as a writer for the Smothers Brothers Show. He says that his audition writing was so bad that his girlfriend's friend, not only hired him out of pity, but paid his salary out of his own pocket. Steven Martin got some breaks, but doesn't hesitate to talk about it.

Steve Martin on the Dating Game

Lots of famous actors have been on The Dating Game During their lean years, Tom Selleck, Farrah Fawcett to name two.

But who has done it with so much personality? Who has been so silly and still won?

Steve Martin Learns On The Road

While the picture here is later in his future, it is the flexibility he showed traveling around the country that got him on that cover.

After the writing gigs dried up (the Smothers Brothers were canceled for anti-Nixon activity) Steve traveled the country. Occasionally he played prestigious venues such as (what he called) the soul sucking Playboy Clubs. But often he just played where ever he could.

One night he played in a classroom at Penn State. The students didn't realize the show was over and wouldn't go. When he finally gathered his props and left they followed him. He told them to get into a drained swimming pool, that he would breast stroke over them and it worked. This taught him a lot and he began to become more eccentric.

When the hippy era was ending, he was the first to cut his hair, shave and put on a suit. This made his odd act and him stand out even more.

Steve Martin on Saturday Night Live

Steve Martin has been the guest host on SNL 13 times. so often that some people thought he was a cast member. He is perhaps the only guest host who had a recurring character, the "Wild and Crazy" Brothers.

He has been in some of the most memorable skits in the show's history. I looked for the romantic "Strangers Dance" scene with Gilda Radner and was disappointed that I couldn't find it. If you can tell me where it is, I will put you in my will. (You will get a thank you from my estate!)

I had actually never seen the Elephant Man skit before. And the Coneheads? Nothing more to say there.

Steve Martin Early Signature

Steve Martin Early Signature
Steve Martin Early Signature

I Think Steve Martin Is the Greatest!

Do You Think Steve Martin Is The Greatest Comic Ever?

First the doctor told me the good news: I was going to have a disease named after me

Steve Martin: He is So Obvious That He is Subtle

Steve Martin: He is So Obvious That He is Subtle
Steve Martin: He is So Obvious That He is Subtle

Steve Martin Logic

"Boy, those French: They have a different word for everything"

The Man With Two Brains: Arguably One of Steve Martin's Best

This movie is Steve Martin at his best. I never hear it mentioned and it saddens me that too many people probably haven't seen it. Watch all of the videos here, I guarantee, that even out of context, you will get a belly laugh for each and everyone of them.

That is one of the great things about his movies. They can be put into a coherent movie with a plot, yet each scene is a stand alone comedy act that can stand by itself.

Steve Martin's "Pennies From Heaven"

Ok, here is my fantasy. This movie will make Steve Martin and I friends.

I loved this movie! The guy I was with hated it. The critics hated it. I have read that even Steve Martin considered it an artistic failure.

If I get a million people to watch this DVD (and I wouldn't object to your buying it from this site) it will make a comeack or a first back. Steve Martin will be so grateful that he will call and we will become fast friends.

So get busy and watch this movie, get your friends to do it, get me my fantasy, its up to you. Remember how clapping helped Tinkerbell come back to life? Well, you can do this here!

The Elegance of Steve Martin

Words mean nothing here, just watch it.

The Multitalented Steve Martin

He learned this in 8 months. "Pennies from Heaven" Yet another reason to buy the video.

Steve Martin with His Purest King Tut

The SNL version has him in full King Tut regalia. But this video is pure Steve Martin. White suit and Egyptian hat. I think this is even funnier!

Steve Martin Puts a Twist on the Blue Joke

In comedy class we learned that "Blue Comedy" is lazy comedy. If someone is too lazy to write real jokes they could just throw in some four letter words and get laughs. Dirty, degrading jokes will always get a giggle and the comedian didn't even have to think.

Well, watch this video. This is Steve Martin's 'Blue Comedy" It is really funny, it is intelligent, looks easy, but took a lot of thought and work. It is what every cheap shot artist would like to be able to do, or should

You Have to Like a Character to Mock Him

This is my standard for comedy. Its ok to poke fun, as long as you like the character and can make the character sympathetic.

Steve Martin is the King.

Steve Martin Suffer Two Years for Art: Moonwalking Doesn't Come East

"I’m not sure whose idea it was; it might have been Lorne’s. Pat Birch choreographed it. The hard move was that little leg twist that he did. You really have to throw your leg. I did it a thousand times in about three days. And a couple of weeks later I noticed—er, I have a pain here. The pain lasted about two years, then it went away on its own."

This is a tribute to the talents of both Martin and Jackson.

Steve Martin as "The Jerk"

Steve Martin developed the idea for and wrote The Jerk his first movie. It contains bits and pieces from his stand-up act. Steve was lucky to get Carl Reiner as the director;

This rags to riches story has an absurdness that is the pure Steve Martin. I venture to say that this is one of his most well known and popular movies.

He plays a white 'boy' who was raised in a poor black family. He is heart broken when he finds out the truth, that he was not a birth child. "You mean I will always be this color?" This was the first attempt at 'color blindness in America.

I am reminded of a remarkable woman who was a foster mother to 7 very disturber girls. One of the girls was African American. They lived in a very white New Jersey Suburb. One day the girl, who was 15 and had lived in the family since she was ten, came home from a school lesson on racial pride. She looked at her blond haired, blue eyed foster mother and informed her, "We are an african American family. I learned that in school today."

Maybe "The Jerk" wasn't so absurd after all.

Steve Martin in "Dirty Rotten Scoundrals"

This is loosely a remark of "Bedtime Story" with David Niven and Marlon Brando.

In this version Martin plays a fledgling con man to Michael Caine's old line con man. It has been ranked #85 in Bravos top 100 funniest movies.

Martin and Caine begin as rivals in conning wealthy American women who come to the Riviera for vacations and romance. They end up in the same boat as the movie has not only many laughs but an amazing amount of twists and turns for a comedy.

Steve Martin In Time

Steve Martin In Time
Steve Martin In Time

Steve Martin on People

Steve Martin on People
Steve Martin on People

The Steve Martin Documentary

Steve, his sister and others talk about his life and career, from the Disneyland Years at age 10.

Chaos in the midst of chaos isn't funny, but chaos in the midst of order is

Steve Martin in Pink Panther

Steve Martin in Pink Panther
Steve Martin in Pink Panther

Steve Martin Always Something Different

Steve Martin Always Something Different
Steve Martin Always Something Different

Steve Martin Has Made a Lot of Movies: Which Are Your Favorites?

I know, this is hard. There are so many good ones and great ones, but go ahead tell us what you think!

Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Planes, Trains and Automobiles

An ad exec and a shower-curtain-ring salesman become co-travelers on the way to thanksgiving in chicago. Studio: Paramount Home Video Release Date: 03/22/2005 Starring: Steve Martin Laila Robbins Run time: 93 minutes Rating: R Director: John Hughes

 
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

One's got a sophisticated, suave and debonair con act. The other's got...well, an act. Together, Steve Martin and Michael Caine are Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and they're absolutely ruining the Riviera in this "hilarious battle of wits and double-crosses" (Boxoffice) that "couldn't be more delightful" (The Wall Street Journal)! Martin is Freddy Benson, a smalltime conman sleazing his way through Europe on whatever handouts he can scam. Caine is Lawrence Jamieson, an impeccably dressed and high-min...

 
The Man with Two Brains
The Man with Two Brains

Widowed, world-famous neurosurgeon Michael Hfuhruhurr (Steve Martin) is trapped in a loveless marriage with Dolores Benedict (Kathleen Turner), who is only interested in Hfuhruhurr's money. On a trip to Vienna to attend a medical conference, Hfuhruhurr falls in love with a bottled brain (voiced by Sissy Spacek), and finds himself in the middle of murders committed by the elevator killer. Year: 1983 Director: Carl Reiner Starring: Steve Martin, Kathleen Turner, David Warner, Paul Benedict, Richar...

 
Parenthood (Special Edition)
Parenthood (Special Edition)

Relive all the heart-warming moments of the unforgettable film that explores life's most rewarding occupation in Parenthood. Steve Martin stars as Gil Martin, a funny and loving husband who's also trying too hard to be the "perfect" parent to his uniquely different kids. Rick Moranis, Keanu Reeves, Jason Robards, Mary Steenburgen and Dianne Wiest also star in this family affair you'll want to watch again and again!

 
Saturday Night Live - The Best of Steve Martin
Saturday Night Live - The Best of Steve Martin

Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 05/23/2006

 
My Blue Heaven
My Blue Heaven

A comedy about a government witness who gives suburbia a culture shock. Studio: Warner Home Video Release Date: 06/01/2004 Starring: Steve Martin Joan Cusack Run time: 95 minutes Rating: Pg13 Director: Herbert Ross

 
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin

Although he was never a cast member on SNL, Steve Martin currently holds the record for number of times hosting the show. From his early days as a stand-up to becoming a household name, Steve Martin has played many memorable and hilarious characters such as "wild and crazy guy", Jorge Festrunk, Theodoric Of York, Tightwad 007, and paid homage to King Tut through song. He also played himself in sketches. Whether peddling a special kind of beauty cream, attempting to renegotiate his contract in th...

 
The Pink Panther
The Pink Panther

When a star soccer coach is murdered & his pink panther diamond foes missing only one man can solve the case: inspector jacques clouseau. Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 09/25/2007 Starring: Steve Martin Beyonce Knowles Run time: 92 minutes Rating: Pg

 
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

Bonus features: theatrical trailer film highlights talent bios production notes and web links. Studio: Uni Dist Corp. (mca) Release Date: 08/23/2005 Starring: Steve Martin Run time: 89 minutes Rating: Pg

 
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith

LEAP OF FAITH stars Steve Martin as Jonas Nightengale, a fraudulent faith healer who makes a living visiting small towns and giving hope in the form of prayer. Aided by his no nonsense manager, Jane (Winger), Jonas sets up his tent in a small suburb of Kansas where he soon learns that their hidden mikes, cameras and computers can’t fool the neighborhood sheriff (Neeson). But, when Jonas is touched by a local waitress (Davidovich) and her disabled son Boyd (Haas), he learns something new abo...

 
Shopgirl
Shopgirl

Based on Steve Martin's best-selling novella, and starring Golden Globe(R) winner Claire Danes (Best Actress In A TV Series, MY SO-CALLED LIFE, 1994), Golden Globe(R) nominee Steve Martin (Best Actor In A Motion Picture -- Comedy/Musical, FATHER OF THE BRIDE PART II, 1995), and Jason Schwartzman (BEWITCHED), SHOPGIRL is a disarmingly funny love story. Mirabelle, brilliantly played by Danes, is an aspiring artist working behind the glove counter at a Beverly Hills department store when she meets...

 
Pennies From Heaven
Pennies From Heaven

During the Great Depression, a married sheet-music salesman falls in love with another woman and uses cheery songs from that era to imagine a better life for himself.

 
Charlie Rose - An hour with Steve Martin  (December 12, 2007)
Charlie Rose - An hour with Steve Martin (December 12, 2007)

An hour with actor and comedian Steve Martin about his career, his life and his memoir; Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

 

Steve Martin Tricks Johnny Carson

There are so many of these, I just can't stop myself. I could watch Steve Martin all day

Steve Martin the Author

Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life
Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life

In the midseventies, Steve Martin exploded onto the comedy scene. By 1978 he was the biggest concert draw in the history of stand-up. In 1981 he quit forever. This book is, in his own words, the story of "why I did stand-up and why I walked away." Emmy and Grammy Award winner, author of the acclaimed New York Times bestsellers Shopgirl and The Pleasure of My Company, and a regular contributor to The New Yorker, Martin has always been awriter. His memoir of his years in stand-up is candid, spectacularly amusing, and beautifully written. At age ten Martin started his career at Disneyland, selling guidebooks in the newly opened theme park. In the decade that followed, he worked in the Disney magic shop and the Bird Cage Theatre at Knott's Berry Farm, performing his first magic/comedy act a dozen times a week. The story of these years, during which he practiced and honed his craft, is moving and revelatory. The dedication to excellence and innovation is formed at an astonishingly early age and never wavers or wanes. Martin illuminates the sacrifice, discipline, and originality that made him an icon and informs his work to this day. To be this good, to perform so frequently, was isolating and lonely. It took Martin decades to reconnect with his parents and sister, and he tells that story with great tenderness. Martin also paints a portrait of his times -- the era of free love and protests against the war in Vietnam, the heady irreverence of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in the late sixties, and the transformative new voice of Saturday Night Live in the seventies. Throughout the text, Martin has placed photographs, many never seen before. Born Standing Up is a superb testament to the sheer tenacity, focus, and daring of one of the greatest and most iconoclastic comedians of all time.

 
The Pleasure of My Company
The Pleasure of My Company

A New York Times BestsellerDaniel Pecan Cambridge, 30, 35, 38, or 27, depending on how he feels that day, is a young man whose life is rich and full, provided he never leaves his Santa Monica apartment. After all, outside there are 8-inch-high curbs and there's always the horrible chance he might see a gas station attendant wearing a blue hat. So, except for the occasional trip to the Rite Aid to admire the California girl Zandy and to buy earplugs because they're on sale, he stays home a lot. And a good thing too, or he would have never been falsely implicated in a murder, never almost seduced Philipa, never done the impossible task of jogging around the block with Brian, never ironed his pillows, and he might never have won the Most Average American essay contest.

 
The Alphabet from A to Y With Bonus Letter Z!
The Alphabet from A to Y With Bonus Letter Z!

The acclaimed entertainer and bestselling author Steve Martin and the wildly clever New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast team up in a weird, wonderful excursion through the alphabet. The ABCs have never had it so good. Created by two of today’s wittiest, most imaginative minds, The Alphabet from A to Y with Bonus Letter Z! is a sheer delight from A to Z. In twenty-six alliterative couplets, Steve Martin conjures up much more than mere apples and zebras. Instead we meet Horace the hare, whose hairdo hides hunchbacks, and Ollie the owl, who owed Owen an oboe. Roz Chast contributes the perfect visual settings for Martin’s zany two-liners. Her instantly recognizable drawings are packed with humorous touches both broad and subtle. Each rereading—and there will be many—delivers new delights and discoveries. There, hidden behind Bad Baby Bubbleducks, is a framed picture of a beatnik holding balloons; and the letter C finds clunky Clarissa all clingy and clueless adrift in a landscape cluttered with images ranging from a curiously comfortable clown to Chuck’s Chili stand. A smart, laugh-inducing introduction to the alphabet for young children, The Alphabet from A to Y with Bonus Letter Z! will also enchant adults with its matchless mix of the sophisticated and the silly.

 
The Underpants
The Underpants

heobald Maske has an unusual problem: his wife's underpants won't stay on. One Sunday morning they fall to her ankles right in the middle of town-a public scandal! Mortified, Theo swears to keep her at home until she can find some less unruly undies. Amid this chaos he's trying to rent a room in their flat. The prospective lodgers have some underlying surprises of their own. In The Underpants, Steve Martin brings his comic genius and sophisticated literary style to Carl Sternheim's classic 1910 farce. His hilarious new version was staged by Artistic Director Barry Edelstein, and opened in March '02 on Off-Broadway to critical acclaim.

 
Kindly lent their owner: The private collection of Steve Martin
Kindly lent their owner: The private collection of Steve Martin

The private collection of Steve Martin with essays on art and collecting by Steve Martin April 7 - September 3, 2001 to Benefit the Steve Martin Charitable Trust Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas

 

Steve Martin Cracks up Johnny Carson

Making no sense makes sense

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      ronberry lm 5 years ago

      For me he was at his best at stand-up. His movies were funny (most of them) but his stand-up was hilarious. If I had to pick a movie, I guess Dirty Rotten Scoundrels was pretty funny.

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      Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      Great fun lens and a great comedian. His funniest for me is Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, I love that movie. Enjoyed my visit and left a blessing behind.

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      RetroMom 6 years ago

      Steve Martin is an extremely talented comic that is for sure. I have enjoyed many of his movies and when he was a regular on SNL.

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      7Suze7 6 years ago

      I love him

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      Mona 6 years ago from Iowa

      I love Steve Martin. Even as a kid I used to listen to his records (yeah I know that dates me.) My favorite was "The Cruel Shoes" 35 years later I don't remember why but I can still hear him in my head saying.it and it makes me smile. :)

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      Treasures By Brenda 6 years ago from Canada

      Comprehensive at least, if anyone wants to argue the definitive, page on Steve Martin. I'm not a big fan of comedy movies in general, I prefer movies that have funny moments rather than comedy as the basis. Great job covering Steve Martin...I hope you will be able to take something besides him to that desert island!

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      poutine 6 years ago

      Here at our house, we all love Steve Martin.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I lens rolled this to my LotD 7 Best Thanksgiving Movies for Steve Martin in Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Wonderful tribute, I thought the readers should be pointed here. I love Steve Martins work since SNL.

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      DecoratingEvents 6 years ago

      I think "Parenthood" was my favorite. He was so "real" in it, I laugh myself to death when I watch!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Very nice and fun lens. I can not believe you went to comedy school, that is funny in itself! I would never have the courage, I bow to you.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Good lens on Steve Martin. I have enjoyed his work since SNL.

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      javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I liked Two Brains and thought he was a genius in "All of Me".

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      Tarra99 6 years ago

      just watched planes trains and automobiles a couple weeks ago...he's classic! and quite cute in the above Polaroid! (who knew?) ...thanks for visiting my How to open a Zazzle store...if I can be of assistance I'll try...but were gonna have to ease up on the comments for a bit in order to focus on Zazzle ;o) LOL

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      Twmarsh 6 years ago

      Truly a beloved comedian indeed-I loved him as Inspector Clouseau!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @Andy-Po: That is very brave! ~ I don't think I would do too well as a comedian, I have a very dry sense of humor that many people just don't get. Some people get my humor right away, and I think its because they really know me. ~ Steve Martin is one of those guys you either hate or love. I'm not real big on the guy, but have enjoyed some of the shows he has been in, wishing it was someone other than Steve, so I could enjoy the show more. I'm serious! ~ Anyway, what he has done, he has done much better than I could.

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      Andy 6 years ago from London, England

      Wow. So you're a stand-up comic. That's very brave. I'd love to have a go.

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      Carol Goss 8 years ago

      Love steve martin Thanks

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      julcal 8 years ago

      Hey Margo, how did you slip this one by me? I must have been in my dark night of the soul.

      I adore Steve Martin and loved his book. This is a great lens - nothing less expected from you - it kept me up past my bedtime :)

      'night!

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      Sunfish LM 8 years ago

      I love Steve Martin. Great job on the lens. The moonwalk video was just hilarious.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Loved the video of Steve doing the moonwalk!

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      moskit 8 years ago

      Hi,

      Great lens! There is stuff in here I didn't know about Steve.

      Thanks.

      Andy

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      What an incredible lens! Exquisite pictures too! Steve Martin is one of the most talented comedians of all time. he's right up there with Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. I really, really enjoyed this lens a lot. Not the same old copy and paste blah blah... Terrific! 5 stars (but I would give you ten if I could)

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      religions7 8 years ago

      Great lens - you've been blessed by a squidoo angel :)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      This is a great lens. I love Steve! I've lensrolled to my Steve Martin lens.

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      CleanerLife 8 years ago

      Steve Martin is one of my all time favorites. Very well done Lens!

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      AlisonMeacham 8 years ago

      I love Steve Martin. I saw the episode with him on The Muppet Show recently and it was hilarious!

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      KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

      Nice job! Thanks for featuring my King Tut lyrics lens.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      Wow. I sure did enjoy spending my morning with Steve Martin. This is an excellent lens. He is so funny. I loved it but still would like to see you as a stand up. Thanks.