In 1965 “The Indian Sergeant,” was emerging as George Carlin’s surefire crowd-pleaser. The premise involved an Indian warrior who called his troops to order like an army drill sergeant. Carlin introduced the bit by noting that classic Westerns typically spent an hour and a half showing the cowboys getting ready for the climactic Indian attack, but never showed the Indians preparing.
Full transcript of George Carlin's "Dumb Americans," excerpted from "Life is Worth Losing, his 13th live comedy stand-up special, performed at the Beacon Theatre in New York City for HBO
George Carlin on why he likes disasters and people under pressure, and why the planet is doing just fine. He discusses political stance and also societal beliefs on the environment, and the Earth's resilience towards bombardment by pollution.
George Carlin changes his act by bringing politics into the act, but also talks about the People he can do without, Keeping People Alert, and Cars and Driving part 2.
In this live performance at Carnegie Hall Carlin exhibits his artistry in some of his best tongue-twisting routines. Included in his irreverent repertoire are is the classic “Seven Words You Can’t Say on Television.”
After entering the stage through the audience, George Carlin recites "Baseball and Football" from his new album "An Evening with Wally Londo, Featuring Bill Slazso".
.....George Carlin .....Pamela Stephenson .....Gary Kroeger Lew Goldman.....Billy Crystal Announcer: And now, "Saturday Night News", with guest anchorperson George Carlin. George Carlin: Thank you, Don Pardo. Our top story tonight: The crew of the NASA space shuttle Discovery spent their fourth day in orbit posing for television pictures and waving [...]
George Carlin's first ever comedy special, filmed live at the University of Southern California. Here, he talks about monopoly, flying on planes, random thoughts, walking, and other things
Recorded May 2–3, 1986, at the Beverly Theater in Los Angeles It started out like any other night. I was feeling good. I'd just put in a long days work and I was really sure about this. It felt tight, no loopholes but I wasn't about to get cocky. I'd [...]