Comedy Is Not Pretty! ()


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Steve Martin returns to the intimacy of the Boarding House in San Francisco -- the same venue where his 1977 debut, Let's Get Small, was documented -- for 1979's sublime and surreal Comedy Is Not Pretty! The overwhelming success and appeal of the previous year's A Wild and Crazy Guy -- which included the hit novelty single "King Tut" -- all but guaranteed any follow-up to be as eagerly embraced by his ever-increasing legion of fans. Martin is fully armed with his fool-proof sense of timing, which is addressed in the opening ...

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  1. Born to Be Wild
  2. The All Being
  3. McDonald's/Men's Underwear
  4. Drop Thumb Medley
  5. Googlephonics
  6. Hostages
  7. Cruel Shoes
  8. Comedy Is Not Pretty
  9. How to Meet a Girl
  10. Rubberhead
  11. Jackie O. And Farrah F.
  12. You Can Be a Millionaire
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