Laughing Matters: A Celebration of American Humor

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Doubleday, Oct 1, 1987 - Humor - 622 pages
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Known to millions as a humorous fellow in his own right, Gene Shalit now presents Laughing Matters--a wide-ranging, contemporary collection that makes earlier humor anthologies out of date. Black-and-white photographs and line drawings.

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Waiting for Santy
55
CHARLES SCHULZ
71
Lesson
85
Copyright

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Gene Shalit is one of America's most popular movie critics and anthologists of humor. It would be difficult to find another personality who has appeared on the same daily network TV show for thirty straight years, which is Shalit's still-continuing record on NBC's Today. He lives in Western Massachusetts with Fellini D. Katt, named to resonate with feline, film, and Shalit's friend and hero, the late Italian director.
Shalit prefers pasta to popcorn but advocates eating neither at the movies.

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