George Carlin: On Location Phoenix 1978

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Released 2001

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George Carlin: On Location Pheonix 1978 is a live filming of George Carlin's performance from July 23, 1978. This was shot in Pheonix, Arizona, and directed by Marty Callner. Carlin loses himself in his routine yet again. This is sometimes known as "George Carling: Again!" in the United States. This is the second HBO film from Carlin. Watch as he points out the idiocy of anything and everything. War is a large topic of the show, focusing on ways the world can stop. Carlin coins a classic phrase that he continues to use for years to come. Carlin does the final part of his bit "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television." Some topics include kids, parents, death, Sandman in the rain at night, Marineland fish sticks, waiters waiting, tissue, hats that should exist, frog legs, cleaning out wishing wells, and the mentally handicapped. Watch George Carlin deliver one of the best performances of his renowned career.
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