One of the legends of show biz delves into his personal treasury of jokes ("The most comprehensive storehouse of 20th-century humor in the world"--Los Angeles Magazine) to present the most astounding array of one-liners, anecdotes, quips, and gags ever published. Line drawings.
enjoyed the book very much,,many jokes hits,,and some misses,,but very entertaining..Published 4 months ago by Martin K.
He's a riot. I'm older, so I remember him from his early times in TV. The jokes are timeless. It's best read in small increments, not as a novel. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dr Howard Grindlinger
hold on to these gems AS THEY DONT TELL JOKES LIKE THIS STUFF ANYMORE, SOME WILL SAY THAT GOOD BUT NOT ME ,Published 15 months ago by JoeP
Those who remember and enjoyed Milton Berle on TV decades ago will very much appreciate this collection of his great material.Published 16 months ago by Earle Williams
There is maybe one usable joke every five pages, on average. It isn't even just that they are dated. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Michael J. Connell