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New Book Release - The Funniest Decade: A Celebration of American Comedy in the 1930s
Author and Pop-Culture Historian Garry Berman is excited to announce the release of his latest book about the Golden Age of comedy.
By: MoonGlow PR
"It is a thorough and fascinating study, filled with interesting details." – James Neibaur, author of Arbuckle & Keaton and The Charley Chase Talkies.
The book explores the Golden-Age of comedy on stage, radio and TV, with chapters devoted to each year of the decade that brought us such stars as: Laurel & Hardy, The Marx Brothers, W. C. Fields, Mae West, Our Gang (a.k.a. The Little Rascals), the Three Stooges, Wheeler & Woolsey, Clark & McCullough, The Ritz Brothers, Jack Benny, Eddie Cantor, Fred Allen, Ed Wynn, George Burns & Gracie Allen, Edgar Bergen, Bob Hope, Abbott & Costello, Bert Lahr, Fannie Brice, Jimmy Durante, and many more.
• Paperback : 348 pages
• ISBN-10 : 1629336270
• ISBN-13 : 978-1629336275
• Publisher : BearManor Media (October 8, 2020)
For more information or to purchase a copy, go to: https://bearmanor-
An entertainment and pop culture historian for over 20 years, Garry Berman is author of Best of the Britcoms: From Fawlty Towers to Absolutely Fabulous; We're Going to See the Beatles!; Perfect Fool: The Life and Career of Ed Wynn; and Between the Laughs. He has contributed to Nostalgia Digest magazine, History magazine, and Beatlefan. He has also written and/or published several comedy scripts and humorous short pieces.
Garry Berman is available for interviews. You can read more about Garry Berman and his books on his website: http://www.GarryBerman.com.