Steve Martin Has Thoughts On Whether Planes, Trains And Automobiles Should Have An Oxford Comma

Steve Martin is regarded as one of comedy’s greatest contributors as, over the last six decades, he’s made people laugh with his zany antics and great comic timing. Like many of his comedy peers, he was able to transition from being just a stand-up comedian to a bankable comedic actor in Hollywood. In his decades-long career, Martin has starred in many classic films, including the beloved John Hughes comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles. And recently, the actor shared his thoughts about whether the film’s title should have an Oxford comma.

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