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George Carlin: All My Stuff [14 Discs] [DVD]

  • SKU: 8422183
  • Release Date: 09/25/2007
  • Rating: NR
  • 4.8 (4)
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Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
4.8
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 4)

Special Features

  • Unmasked with George Carlin: a one hour intimate conversation with the comedy icon as heard on Satellite Radio
  • George on George interview disc

Synopsis

George Carlin: Doin' it Again
This video presents comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. In this particular tape, Carlin regales an audience with his observational humor. Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for young viewers. ~ Rob Ferrier, Rovi

George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing
Few ageing comedians have managed to maintain the enduring relevance of foul-mouthed curmudgeon George Carlin, and now the man who once fearlessly broke the obscenity barrier by uttering the seven dirty words that weren't permitted on broadcast takes the stage for his thirteenth HBO stand-up special. In addition to highlighting the manner in which obsessions with shopping and eating are gradually eroding the American lifestyle, Carlin also offers keen insight into the absurdity of reality television, and observations on just what it might take for the planet to be restored to its original, pristine condition. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

George Carlin: On Location with George Carlin
Appearances on network television in the 1960s led comedian George Carlin into a mire of bland comedy that bored him. But when he went "counterculture" and started uttering the famous "Seven Words," he not only triggered a landmark FCC lawsuit, he stopped getting asked to be a guest on TV. He even got axed from the roster of many clubs. Nevertheless, in the long run, speaking his true mind was the best thing that ever happened to Carlin. Returning to television in the 1970s on such ground-breaking shows as Saturday Night Live (he was the show's very first guest host), he hit his stride with the less restrictive cable television. Starring the iconoclastic, Grammy Award-winning comedian, this video features the first of Carlin's numerous and popular HBO stand-up concert specials. Recorded live at the University of Southern California on March 5, 1977, the routines presented here include, among others, Monopoly, Dogs & Cats, Names, Supermarkets, and Words. ~ Steve Blackburn, Rovi

George Carlin: What am I Doing in New Jersey?
George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey? was taped before a live audience. Carlin's conceptual brand of humor encompasses any number of topics, ranging from politics to those Seven Deadly Words. His random musings on stupid drivers would later be develop into a weekly Fox TV series. As with all of Carlin's video concerts, What Am I Doing in New Jersey is not recommended for children. This 60-minute concert was originally telecast on the HBO cable service. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

George Carlin: Jammin' in New York
This video presents comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. This tape is of a performance in New York City. Included are his takes on government and society in general. Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for young viewers. ~ Rob Ferrier, Rovi

George Carlin at Carnegie Hall
George Carlin is one of America's most enduring comedians, with an appeal that spans decades and generations. He brings his unique brand of intelligent humor that has made him famous to this live 1983 performance at Carnegie Hall. Carlin exhibits his artistry in some of his best tongue-twisting routines. Included in his irreverent repertoire are the classic "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television," "Baseball and Football," and "A Place for My Stuff." ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

George Carlin: Back in Town - Live at the Beacon Theatre NYC
This video offers viewers a taste of comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. Filmed live in New York City, Carlin offers viewers a wide range of his unique comedy style, from his observational humor to his often cutting remarks about society and government. Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for younger viewers. ~ Rob Ferrier, Rovi

George Carlin Again!
This video offers viewers comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. This tape is of a performance at a comedy club in Phoenix, AZ. Among other classic routines, Carlin performs "Newscast Number Two," "Death," and "Kids and Parents." Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for young viewers. ~ Rob Ferrier, Rovi

George Carlin: You Are All Diseased
George Carlin has had a long, mutually beneficial relationship with the cable company HBO. This release documents a 1999 special by the comic entitled You Are All Diseased. Carlin fires away at such favorite targets as religion, airport security, and the ridiculousness of American culture. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

George Carlin: Playin' with Your Head
This video presents comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. In this particular tape, Carlin performs a variety of his classic routines on stage. Also included is a short film with co-star Vic Tayback. Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for young viewers. ~ Rob Ferrier, Rovi

Carlin on Campus
The college campus is the perfect venue for the witty humor of George Carlin. The free-wheeling atmosphere of the campus and the informed audiences are a good match for the topical satire that have made Carlin a perennial favorite at universities. This documentary culls the best from his live performances at colleges and universities throughout America. Carlin's irreverent wit is brought to bear on a variety of topics, from the Vietnam War to pornography. He also is shown performing some of his best-known routines, including the classic "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television" before appreciative campus audiences. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

George Carlin: Complaints and Grievances
In this hourlong made-for-cable comedy special, taped live at the Beacon Theater in New York City, veteran comic George Carlin combines his typically dirty-mouthed observational humor -- including material from his book Napalm & Silly Putty -- with jokes and anecdotes of a decidedly splenetic nature. An extended introduction establishes Carlin's New York credentials and addresses the aftermath of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks of September 11, 2001 (which occurred after most of the set's material was written). Carlin then lightens the mood, poking fun at a wide range of subjects, from farts and "lip crud" to traffic accidents and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Once he's warmed up, though, the meat of his performance consists of a list of "People Who Ought To Be Killed." These include readers of self-help books, parents who display bumper stickers about their kids' "minor academic achievements," men who use hands-free cellular telephones on the street, people who wear visors, singers without surnames, folks who state the obvious on their answering machines, hot air balloonists, consumers who buy gum and other small-ticket items with their charge cards, gun enthusiasts and would-be space colonists. Over-the-top profanity and oblique social commentary lace each of these extended complaints and grievances. The final piece of material -- an explanation of why the Ten Commandments should have been reduced down to the Two Commandments -- brings the set full circle as Carlin vents his political and religious beliefs and makes pointed barbs at religious fanatics who kill in the name of god. George Carlin: Complaints and Grievances was broadcast live on HBO on Nov. 17, 2001. The comic's longstanding relationship with HBO stretches back to 1977; Complaints and Grievances is his 13th special for the premium cable network. ~ Brian J. Dillard, Rovi

Unmasked with George Carlin

Overall Customer Rating

4.8 (4 Reviews)
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