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Mar 3, 2022

[Answer] 1. Who was this controversial New York Jewish stand-up comedian and social satirist, who was sentenced to four months in the workhouse for verbal obscenity, but pardoned 39 years later?

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...1. Bruce Campbell 2. Bruce Nolan 3. Lenny Bruce 4. Nigel Bruce Lenny Bruce's first stand-up comedy performance was in Brooklyn in 1947, and he soon became famous (and in some instances notorious) for his rapid-fire rants on social issues including religion, race, freedom of speech, patriotism, jazz and the Ku Klux Klan. It was his unashamed use of swearing, sexual innuendo and profanity that led to many of his performances being monitored by undercover police, and to an increasing number of arrests for obscenity. In 1964 he was convicted after a performance at the Caf� Au Go Go club in New York's Greenwich Village and sentenced to four months, but he died from a drug overdose while on bail awaiting an appeal. In 2003, New York governor George Pataki issued a posthumous pardon. In keeping with the Australian emphasis in this quiz, I should include that Lenny Bruce was banned from performing in Sydney, after being arrested for using a swear word in his opening remarks as he took the stage there in 1962!




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Lenny Bruce:


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