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I agree about It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World... and Blazing Saddles.
My earliest memories of good comedies: Chaplin's The Rink, and a B-movie comedy I saw about 20 times as a kid(in cinema, not on video) was the Dick Van Dyke comedy Cold Turkey, about an entire town that tries to quit smoking.
1) "The Strong Man" 1926. I've seen almost all the available/surviving silent comedies from Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd, but this little forgotten gem starring the baby clown-man Harry Langdon, was so funny I almost died. Directed by the man who created Langdon's character, Frank Capra.
2) "I Was A Male War Bride" 1946. Somehow or other this Howard Hawks comedy hit my funny bones in just the right way because I laughed really hard all the way through 'til the end. Cary Grant is so, so funny in this movie. Also stars Ann Sheridan.
3) "Soapdish" 1991. Could be the single funniest flick I've ever seen. I simply must include this. Everyone in it is at their outrageous best. Kevin Kline, Sally Field, Robert Downey Jr, Elisabeth Shue, Whoopi Goldberg, Cathy Moriarty and Teri Hatcher. Directed by Michael Hoffman.