The Hillcrest Round Table, or "Comedian's Round Table", was a group of Jewish comedians who met daily at a particular round table at the Men's Grill of the Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles. The group included (from oldest to youngest):Arthur Marx wrote,Each comedian had to have an actual membership in the country club. George Burns, the penultimate surviving member, was also one of the first in the group to join. His original membership fee was $300.With Milton Berle's death in 2002, all members had died.

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  • The Hillcrest Round Table, or "Comedian's Round Table", was a group of Jewish comedians who met daily at a particular round table at the Men's Grill of the Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles. The group included (from oldest to youngest): Arthur Marx wrote, Each comedian had to have an actual membership in the country club. George Burns, the penultimate surviving member, was also one of the first in the group to join. His original membership fee was $300. With Milton Berle's death in 2002, all members had died. (en)
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  • The Hillcrest Round Table, or "Comedian's Round Table", was a group of Jewish comedians who met daily at a particular round table at the Men's Grill of the Hillcrest Country Club in Los Angeles. The group included (from oldest to youngest):Arthur Marx wrote,Each comedian had to have an actual membership in the country club. George Burns, the penultimate surviving member, was also one of the first in the group to join. His original membership fee was $300.With Milton Berle's death in 2002, all members had died. (en)
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  • Hillcrest Round Table (en)
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