Tony Curtis, 1925-2010

There are a lot of beautiful Tony Curtis performances to appreciate, and he was quite a knockout personality. But what is most indisputable is that he turned in the flat-out funniest impression of another celebrity that has ever been, or will ever be.

“I heard a very sad story about a girl who went to Bryn Mawr…she squealed on her roommate, and they found her strangled with her own brassiere!”

Nothing better.

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