We've seen countless uses of the opening of the Fifth Symphony in everything from stark dramas to comedy, and sometimes it's pretty dumb-dumb-dumb-dumb. But there's nothing quite like the following--considered one of the classic sketches from very early TV. It features Sid Caesar (who had the top-rated show) and sidekick Nanette Fabray in a wordless argument choreographed to the Fifth. And consider this: It had to be done in one take--that is, live. Wonder if I watched this as a kid. I ought to write a country song and call it "Old Enough to Remember (But I Don't)."