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Robert Klein: Child in His 50's (2000)

Director:

Allan Kartun

Writers:

Robert Klein, Bob Stein (additional material)
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robert Klein ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rob Aries Rob Aries ... The Robert Klein Orchestra (as Robert Aries)
Federico Castelluccio ... Himself
Jon Herrington Jon Herrington ... The Robert Klein Orchestra
Fabiola Hesslein ... Herself - Dancer
Zev Katz Zev Katz ... The Robert Klein Orchestra
Scott Kreitzer Scott Kreitzer ... The Robert Klein Orchestra
Paulette McWilliams Paulette McWilliams ... Singer
Glenn Douglas Packard ... Choreographer
David Ratajczak David Ratajczak ... The Robert Klein Orchestra (as Dave Ratajczak)
Nicki Richards Nicki Richards ... Singer
Catherine Russell Catherine Russell ... Singer
Keyonn Sheppard Keyonn Sheppard ... Rapper
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Genres:

Comedy | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Company Credits

Production Co:

FROBEN Enterprises See more »
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Color:

Color
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Connections

References Two Fat Ladies (1996) See more »

Soundtracks

Colonoscopy
Composed by Bob Stein and Robert Klein
Performed by Robert Klein
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He's Still Got it...
21 July 2006 | by Isaac5855See all my reviews

Robert Klein continues to be a force in the world of stand-up comedy and proved it with this HBO special. Klein has admirably been able to keep a secure place in the business without performing completely blue and without getting really mean or nasty. This special was a prime example of this. Despite a lame opening bit with a cast member of THE SOPRANOS threatening him with bodily harm if he doesn't perform his signature song, "I Can't Stop My Leg", Klein takes the stage and does a very funny song called "Colonostrophy". Only Klein can make a song about a surgical procedure sound like a love song. He then jumps into various topics from President Clinton to Judism to Southern Cooking to Actor's Equity. And I love the fact that he always manages to work his "Twilight Zone" vocal trick into the show and it always gets a laugh. Klein is a consummate comic professional who up and coming comics could take a page from.


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