Rodney Dangerfield

Rodney Dangerfield was known to millions for his critically acclaimed performances in comedies such as Caddyshack, Easy Money and Back to School. A multimedia phenomenon, Dangerfield won a Grammy Award for his album "No Respect", garnered accolades for his MTV video "Rockin’ Rodney", and established himself as pitchman extraordinaire in commercials seen by audiences numbering in the billions. He was the author of the comedy books No Respect (Perennial) and I Couldn’t Stand my Wife’s Cooking So I Opened a Restaurant (Jonathon David).

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No Respect

by Rodney Dangerfield

The much-loved comedian who gets "no respect" showcases his popular stand-up act in a collection of new one-liners complimented by photos and the wacky cartoons of Eric Teitelbaum and Bill Teitelbaum, creators of the nationally syndicated newspaper panel "Bottom Liners."

Published in Humor