Synopsis by Rose of Sharon Winter
George Carlin is one of America's most enduring comedians, with an appeal that spans decades and generations. He brings his unique brand of intelligent humor that has made him famous to this live 1983 performance at Carnegie Hall. Carlin exhibits his artistry in some of his best tongue-twisting routines. Included in his irreverent repertoire are the classic "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television," "Baseball and Football," and "A Place for My Stuff."
comedian, performer, stand-up-comedy