George Carlin: On Location USC 1976

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George Carlin: On Location USC 1976 was filmed on March 5, 1977 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. His first HBO comedy special, the movie is also sometimes called George Carlin at USC or An Evening with George Carlin at USC. American comedian George Carlin is known for his black humor and fights with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over his use of language. This film is no exception, as it spawned a serious legal controversy, which led Carlin to tone down the material and language. Topics Carlin covered for this show included his famous Words, Monopoly and Dogs & Cats bits. He also joked about names, random thoughts, flying on planes, the news and old folks and kids. This showcased Carlin's ability to make the most mundane and everyday topics seem hilarious. The Grammy award-winning Carlin demonstrates his unique gift of turning the mirror on American culture and making us laugh at ourselves.
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