Last night I went to see “Puppet Up! Uncensored” at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Los Angeles. At one point I was laughing so hard I coudn't catch my breath and thought I might pass out. I won’t say what it was that threw me into hysterics as I’m not sure if it was improv or a...
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He worked aliens on "Men in Black," operated penguins in "Batman Returns"and helped bring the brontosaurus to life in the first "Flintstones" movie, but ace puppeteer Len Levitt says his most rewarding work was the children's show "Alef ... Bet ... Blast-Off!"
Levitt -- who brings...