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Comedy greats, old and new school, from Steve Allen to Martin Mull and Chevy Chase, appear as themselves. An episode to cherish is ""Mr. Smith Goes to Nam,"" which features the last television appearance of Gilda Radner, whose final wink to the camera is perhaps reason enough to purchase this set. Others include the prodigious bonus features, including outtakes, a series retrospective, and very honest commentaries (writers Al Jean and Mike Reiss likewise express reservations about giving Shandling a steady love interest, ""a conventional sitcom move for an unconventional sitcom""). It's Garry Shandling's Show enjoys a mystique among comedy buffs, but it has not been seen in syndication or ever been released on home video. How does it hold up? As Shandling's mentor, comedy club owner Mr. Peck (Danny Dayton), describes Shandling's first stage appearances, ""It's as good today as it was in those days."" He did not mean it as a compliment; we do. --Donald Liebenson"
Garry Shandling was one of the most mature shows ever, and it was a comedy. Nonetheless, he would 'break character' and approach the camera, explaining the discontinuity or... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Beantown Jim
great set for Shandling fans who can't get enough of his humor.....get to see how he admires his hair! LOLPublished 12 months ago by cheryl cohen
inovative series (audience break the 4th wall etc) cameramen part of the cast that most (but not always) hits the mark.Published 19 months ago by Chris Zaharis
I'm so glad to finally have the entire run of this brilliantly groundbreaking series. To break down the fourth wall so completely and take you inside the concept that he would walk... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Robert Ames
Once again, SHOUT, the distributor of this series, choose not to caption this product for hearing impaired viewers. Read morePublished on December 16, 2010 by Jake O'Donnell
I remember watching It's Garry Shandling's Show when I was younger, and while I promise you I didn't get all the jokes when I was a kid, I did get two things: one was the theme... Read morePublished on May 22, 2010 by M. L. Albright
Sorry, I just wanted to say that... suckers :) I bought it at a retail store at my local mall - not dodgy at all
Don't know why it was so cheap but I didn't ask questions and... Read more
& much to my surprise when I put the disk #1 in I realized it wasn't. Decided to watch a couple of episodes (didn't even know this show existed) to see if it was worth keeping. Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Randy
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I would bet good money that this is the only DVD format this ever comes out on.
Oct 24, 2009 by DVD Maker | See all 4 posts
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I don't think this this been out on DVD before. Are you thinking of 'The Larry Sanders Show'?
Aug 17, 2009 by Jazz Man | See all 2 posts
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