George Carlin Commemorative Collection
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(Jun 12, 2018)
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Encompassing over five decades of George Carlin’s hilarious and groundbreaking career, the GEORGE CARLIN COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTION brings together for the first time all of the legendary comedian’s HBO® specials plus hours of bonus material, including Carlin’s posthumous audio release, I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die. Featuring never-before-released material from the 1960’s all the way through to the 2000’s, including the oft-requested 40 Years of Comedy special hosted by Jon Stewart, the GEORGE CARLIN COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTION is a must for fans of this icon of American comedy and represents the most complete collection of Carlin performances to date.
- Collectable Poster
- 20 Page Booklet with Photo Gallery
On Location With George Carlin
George Carlin Again!
Carlin at Carnegie
Carlin On Campus
Playin’ With Your Head
What Am I Doing In New Jersey?
Doin’ It Again
Jammin’ In New York
Back In Town
George Carlin: 40 Years of Comedy
You Are All Diseased
Complaints & Grievances
Life Is Worth Losing
It's Bad for Ya
George Carlin Appearances from:
CBS Talent Scouts (1973)
The Hollywood Palace (1966)
The Jackie Gleason Show (January 25, 1969)
The Real George Carlin
George Carlin Personal Favorites
George Carlin Appearance from The Comedy Store (1999)
George’s Best Stuff
George On George
George Carlin Appearance from Comedy Magic Club (2006)
George Carlin: Too Hip for the Room
I Kinda Like it When a Lotta People Die CD
Disc 10 (Blu-Ray):
Life Is Worth Losing Blu-Ray
It's Bad for Ya Blu-Ray
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If you haven't purchased these already, go for it! It even has the Blu-rays of Carlin's last two shows instead of the DVD, which is at least nice. Otherwise this is a cash grab.
EDIT: It's the same version as the one on All My Stuff. Too bad the VHS version we grew up on seems to be gone.