August 2007
Daily Variety;8/10/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 29, p13
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The article presents an Army Archerd reprint dated July 18, 1967 regarding Carl Reiner casting himself in the lead role for the play "Something Different" in New York City. It also includes an update on Reiner regarding the issue in 2007. It turned out that Reiner did not do the play, with Bob Dishy replacing him in the cast.


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