GGACP Classic: Norman Steinberg
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GGACP salutes the life and career of our friend, Emmy-winning writer and producer Norman Steinberg, by revisiting this memorable conversation from 2016. In this episode, Norman talks about his friendships with Mel Brooks, Harvey Korman and Madeline Kahn, collaborating with Richard Pryor and George Carlin and co-scripting the (arguably) funniest movie of all time, "Blazing Saddles." Also, Norman remembers Peter O'Toole, praises Flip Wilson, accepts an award from Jimmy Durante and ends Luciano Pavarotti's film career. PLUS: "My Favorite Year"! "When Things Were Rotten"! James Mason goes bowling! Gilbert brings back vaudeville! And the strange life of David Frye! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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