One-Man Show: For Adults Only

Posted by on Jan 1, 2012 in One-Man Show | 0 comments

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It’s a Gift (1934), The Bank Dick (1940), and You’re Telling Me (1934): WC Fields was crass, lewd, and an ingenious comedian who loved booze and verbally abused women and children at every turn. A true monument to screen comedy.

Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005): Miranda July’s inspired modern classic features poignant intertwining stories, one of which has two children coping with separated parents and discovering online chat rooms.

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