B.S. I Love You: Sixty Funny Years with the Famous and the Infamous

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McGraw-Hill, 1989 - Humor - 304 pages
For the first time in paperback, this is Mr. Television's laugh-a-minute autobiography of his sixty years in the legendary Friar's Club--that ribald, rollicking collection of zanies. With 32 pages of rare pictures from Mr. Berle's private collection.

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A stitched together group of sketches and reminiscences by a top comedian. The book is based loosely on Berle's experiences in the Friar's Club, to which almost every famed entertainer has belonged ... Read full review


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