George Carlin: Jammin In New York

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Released 1992

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Director:
Rocco Urbisci
Released:
1992
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George Carlin: Jammin In New York is a 1992 stand up special featuring comedian George Carlin live at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The legendary comic who introduced us all to the seven dirty words is back, and the good news is, he's even more upset. In a style all his own, and true to his core, Carlin commands the stage at MSG and pontificates again, leaving no stone unturned. As the big news at the time was The Persian Gulf Crisis, or war, as he would say, Carlin makes sure to elaborate on his particular feelings about it and America as a war hungry nation. With the same razor sharp wit he's always graced us with, the comedian dissects the speeches on airplanes, making sure to confirm that he will be getting "in" the plane, rather than "on" it. From start to finish, there's plenty more of the classic, thought provoking material that has become Carlin's signature, always striving to make his audiences think as well as laugh. Winner of the 1992 Cable Ace award, George Carlin: Jammin In New York is the comic's favorite special he's ever done, and it might very well be yours too.moreless
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