Stand-Up Comedians on Television

Stand Up Comedians on Television Published to accompany an exhibition at The Museum of Television Radio in both Beverly Hills and New York this book presents essays on US television comedians organized by popular styles working cla

  • Title: Stand-Up Comedians on Television
  • Author: Museum of Television & Radio
  • ISBN: 9780810944671
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Published to accompany an exhibition at The Museum of Television Radio in both Beverly Hills and New York, this book presents essays on US television comedians, organized by popular styles working class stiffs, social commentators, modern angst, politicos, observationalists, the fringe, men vs women, tough guys, and wiseguys The contributors include prominent writPublished to accompany an exhibition at The Museum of Television Radio in both Beverly Hills and New York, this book presents essays on US television comedians, organized by popular styles working class stiffs, social commentators, modern angst, politicos, observationalists, the fringe, men vs women, tough guys, and wiseguys The contributors include prominent writers and television critics, and there are personal anecdotes by comedians such as Bob Hope, Dick Gregory, David Brenner and Phyllis Diller, as well as routines, gags, stories and patter from a wide range of performers.

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