A "Sixties Generation" comedy about an offbeat father-son relationship. Dad runs a Las Vegas hotel-casino and his son is a college student with a different set of moral and ethical ... See full summary »
This terrific feature film comedy reveals the background of one of the legends of comedy, Don Rickles. Hailed by some of today's biggest comedians as one of the classics who they aspire to ... See full summary »
Harry Dean Stanton,
Ex-mobster Keaton, now living in a retirement home, narrowly misses being the target of a mob hit. Policemen Jake, an old friend of Keaton's, and Gable, a violent cop who takes an immediate... See full summary »
This was one of the funniest shows on television. It wasn't PC enough for the world we live in now. Don made a wonderfully crotchety old man who was somewhat of a racist and bigot. You laughed the entire show. Too bad we don't know how to laugh at ourselves anymore. Sad commentary on society.
To further expand on our society, try to find these episodes anywhere. it's like they've buried them in a tomb to be opened in the year 2680 AD or something. Is a humorous old man something we need to shield society from? One day we'll look back on this and say, "what the heck was wrong with us?"
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