HILARIOUS! 5 Times Tim Conway Made Us Laugh Out Loud

Here are your favorite Tim Conway sketches of all time, but there are always a few surprises when America’s favorite funnyman is involved.  I laughed ’till I cried at these skits…

“The Old Sheriff”

This Tim Conway and Harvey Korman will have you ROARING with laughter in this hilarious Western comedy sketch.

Bank Robber Harvey Korman must contend with the oldest (and slowest) sheriff in the west before he can leave town and the audience is cracking up from the get-go.

 

NEXT UP: Tim Conway has Dean Martin cracking up and the belly laughs are epic!

“The Bar”

Tim Conway has Dean Martin cracking up and the belly laughs are epic! Great clean comedy and talk about a great line up of funny guys.

This is the kind stuff that people wish could happen more often. Did you know that Ted Knight was awarded more than one silver star during WW2?

NEXT UP: Tim Conway’s hilarious “Hot Dog Man” sketch is impossible not to laugh at.

“Hot Dog Man”

Tim Conway’s hilarious “Hot Dog Man” sketch is impossible not to laugh at.

Anyone who watched The Carol Burnett Show must certainly remember the beloved shuffling “Duane Toddleberry” as performed by the comical Tim Conway during the show’s 1975 to 1976 seasons. Tim once lovingly referred to this sweet and slow guy “The Oldest Man” and ever since it’s been in the history books as one of his best characters ever.

NEXT UP: Tim Conway’s hilarious “Hot Dog Man” sketch is impossible not to laugh at

“The Undercover Couple”

Tim Conway and Harvey Korman have the audience in stitches as “The Undercover Couple.

” Forgotten for more than four decades, this exclusive clip from a lost episode of The Carol Burnett Show is short but oh so sweet.  Surely you don’t need to be reminded about the zany, gut-busting gags on this long-running sketch comedy and musical variety series.

NEXT UP: Do NOT watch this Tim Conway sketch and drink liquids at the same time

“Clock Repair”

Do NOT watch this Tim Conway sketch and drink liquids at the same time.

In this vintage sketch called “Clock Repair,” the quintessential comedy twosome of Harvey Korman and Tim Conway ride again, tickling our ribs along the way. Korman’s impatient businessman needs to get back to work, but first, he must deal with Conway’s shuffling, dawdling, ever-forgetful elder whom he hopes can fix a family heirloom.

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