Legendary Comedy Writer Buck Henry Dies at 89

Legendary comedy writer Buck Henry has passed away at the age of 89. Henry co-wrote the screenplay for the 1967 film, "The Graduate" which got him an Oscar nomination. He was also nominated for an Oscar for co-directing "Heaven Can Wait," with Warren Beatty.

Buck Henry also wrote for Saturday Night Live during the show's early years. He also was a co-writer of "Get Smart," with Mel Brooks.

Henry also found himself in front of the camera, most famously co-starring with John Belushi in the Samurai sketches on Saturday Night Live.

Let's remember Buck Hendry with two videos. The first with Belushi in Samurai Delicatessen and the other in the short film,"The Absent Minded Waiter" with Steve Martin and Teri Garr.

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