Rabbi Hyman Greenblatt
In 1972, he produced an unsold pilot called "The Bar" about a bartender, played by Fred Gwynne
, who got involved with his patrons problems - usually not to their benefit. He recast the pilot, and the sitcom became "The Corner Bar", starring Gabriel Dell
in the summer of 1972 and Anne Meara
and Eugene Roche
in the summer of 1973.
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Comedy is a reflection. We create nothing. We set no styles, no standards. We're reflections. It'a a distorted mirror in the fun house. We watch society. As society behaves, then we have the ability to make fun of it.
Dropping out of high school, he was schooled instead in rimshot comedy by Milton Berle
in the Catskills.
The Last Angry Man of the Suburbs