George Carlin: Playing with Your Head

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Released 1986

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Director:
Rocco Urbisci
Released:
1986
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George Carlin: Playing with Your Head is a film that features the legendary comedian at his finest. Playing with Your Head centers on George Carlin's show recorded in Los Angeles in 1986. The funny man covers a variety of topics during his stand-up performance including his rants and hilarious rumblings on topics such as "Losing things," "Charities" and "Sports." Carlin is well-known for speaking his mind on a litany of topics. These topics can stun the audience with his honesty and make them explode with laughter. George Carlin Playing with Your Head offers a close up view of one of America's notorious comedians, and includes many of the bits that he remains famous for to this day. During the performance, Carlin moves effortlessly between commentary on everyday life to satirical references. George Carlin's career is epitomized by his off handed and at times controversial humor that has established him in a special niche of the comedy world.
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