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Expect to laugh while watching the Bob Newhart: Button Down Concert. During this TV recording from 1995, the actor/comedian shares with the viewers some of his best stand-up routines--the ones that made him a legend in the industry.
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Comedian Bob Newhart recites some of his most famous comedy routines in this made-for-TV concert. While he is sometimes irreverent in his look at historical figures, certain occupations, and authority figures, the good nature of his jest is never in question. One sketch, where he talks about a group of women who are asked to identify a flasher, does include some mild sexual humor. Drunkenness is also attributed to an airplane pilot, and acted out during a retirement speech. The only violence alluded to occurs when a submarine captain causally mentions the loss of some of his men.
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DVD Release Date: 19 September 2006
The DVD release of Bob Newhart: Button Down Concert features his comic routine under the heading Off the Record. The actor offers insights to his show and brand of humor in a short documentary titled Unbuttoned. Don Rickles also contributes comments. The audio track is in English (stereo) with subtitles in English and Spanish.