Would you believe it's almost 4 years since we lost this amazing comedian? Rodney Dangerfield (November 22, 1921 – October 5, 2004), born Jacob Cohen, was an American comedian and actor, best known for the catchphrase "I don't get no respect" and his monologues on that theme.
coming soon on CD (are people still buying CD's?) ...
Rodney Dangerfield –
“The other night a mugger took off his mask and made me wear it.”
– Rodney Dangerfield
Available for the first time together, these are iconic comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s Greatest Bits. Rodney Dangerfield is the man who coined the catchphrase “I Don’t Get No Respect” and gave us some memorable performance in hilarious films as Caddyshack, Easy Money, Back To School, etc. He also had regular appearances on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, The Dean Martin Show, and The Ed Sullivan Show along with several extraordinary stand-up shows where he’d knock the crowd dead with his clever, side-splitting oneliners about his family, his wife, social situations and more.
Features extended bits from Rodney’s classic stand-up routines and a song performed by Rodney Dangerfield from the film Easy Money.
Rodney was recently featured in The Onion Movie, which was released on DVD this year.
Label: Shout! Factory
1. What’s In A Name (3:02)
2. “Am I Too Fast For This Table?” (from “No Respect”) (13:30)
3. “I Tell You With Bars I Am Never Lucky” (from “Rappin’ Rodney”) (11:58)
4. “No respect At All” (from “I Don’t Get No Respect”) (11:24)
5. Finiculi Finicula (2:31)
6. Rappin’ Rodney (5:09)
Look for cameo appearances by Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello) and Pat Benatar.