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Funny aphorisms and everyday wisdom from the monologues of the magnificent Roman Kartsev
Funny aphorisms and everyday wisdom from the monologues of the magnificent Roman Kartsev
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Worldly wisdom and funny aphorisms from the monologues of Roman Kartsev

When he read monologues about "large crayfish, but 5 each" or about the Georgian Avaz, huge halls full of spectators exploded with laughter. He glorified Zhvanetsky's monologues throughout the vast country, and in the 1970s the then unknown Alla Pugacheva performed "as an opening act" before Kartsev and Ilchenko appeared on the stage. On October 2, a wonderful actor, the creator of absurd humor, Roman Kartsev, died. "Culturology" has collected the brightest phrases from the monologues he read.

About career:

About love and friendship:

On the intricacies of relationships:

About nationalism:

About unequal marriage:

About television:

About modern society:

About drunkenness:

About humor:

About Odessa:

About love for a woman:

About wisdom:

Roman Kartsev admitted that he always liked tall girls, and he made a marriage proposal 10 times and literally on the first date. But only one agreed - the corps de ballet dancer Victoria Kassinskaya. They lived for almost half a century. And Kartsev said more than once that he knows for sure life how to get married, having quarreled with Raikin, and live happily.

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