George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey?

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Released 1988

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Director:
Bruce Gowers
Released:
1988
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George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey? is an hour-long special originally produced by HBO featuring the legendary stand-up comedian George Carlin. Carlin, a Grammy winner during his career in stand-up, displays his wit and intellect while performing in his unique style. What Am I Doing in New Jersey was filmed on location in New Jersey in 1988, and features some of the routines that made Carlin famous, including: "Reagan's Gang, Church People and American Values," "Cars and Driving II," and "Keeping People Alert." Carlin's personality shines as he seamlessly moves between everyday observations and witty commentary. Carlin is well-known for his brand of comedy which focuses on important issues, yet makes light of them in a way that ensures high comedy. George Carlin: What am I Doing in New Jersey? is a classic performance by one of the great comedians of his era that will keep you laughing throughout the performance.

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Comedy, Documentary

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Stand Up