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He suffered from lifelong bouts with depression."I tell you, I don't get no respect. She told me she liked me like a friend." "When I was born, the doctor said to my father, "I'm sorry, we did everything we could but he still pulled through." Although he didn't address Judaism directly in his jokes, his comic style falls well within the classic mold of Jewish humor--self-deprecating, neurotic, what Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, author of "Jewish Humor: What the Best Jewish Jokes Say About the Jews," calls the "distressed optimist." If there is one hallmark of Jewish humor, says Rabbi Telushkin, it is the absurd ability to keep us "laughing in order not to cry." In the classic film comedy "Caddyshack," Dangerfield portrayed Al, a boorish nouveau-riche Jew trying to buy a Wasp country club.
I thought, what a great idea for a film." "One of the advantages of having five wives is they can't all have a headache at the same time.""Brigham Young was said to have 27 wives.
He passes out but is found and taken in by a winegrowers family, which gives him confidence and a killer voice...
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I used to have this joke, I don't care how you bring 'em, just bring 'em young."His signature line, "I don't get no respect," struck a chord with Christian writers.
It was the subject of at least one sermon ("The Rodney Dangerfield Syndrome") by a Seventh-Day Adventist minister.