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Redd Foxx

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Foxx was really the king of comedy and timing. He had one of the fastest comedic minds on the planet.
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Dick Gregory, as quoted in "Famed Comedian Redd Foxx is Celebrated in New Book, The Life and Times of Redd Fox", in Jet Vol. 96, No. 7 (19 July 1999), p. 40

 
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