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Old Jewish Comediansby Drew Friedman
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This comprehensive collection of portraiture of comedians born before 1930 includes the famous (Milton Berle, Groucho Marx, Jerry Lewis, Mel Brooks, Jack Benny), the not-so-famous (Benny Rubin, Shelly Berman) and the largely unknown (Al Kelly, Menasha Skulnik). The Reuben Award-winning Friedman presents a thorough visual history of these greatest Borscht-Belt comedians with 28 full-page portraits. This is a Blab! Storybook, a series showcasing sequential artists from the acclaimed anthology . Each volume is presented in a beautiful 10" x 10" hardcover and full-color format.
An illustrated celebration of the greatest Jewish comedians of the 20th century.
About the Author
Drew Friedman's work appears regularly in Entertainment Weekly and many other magazines.
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