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prop comedy

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prop comedy (plural prop comedies)

  1. A style of comedic performance in which common and/or unusual objects are used as physical aids to help achieve a humorous effect.
    In his zany prop comedy Gallagher would sometimes smash watermelons and splatter the front rows of the audience.

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