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We had a little real estate problem : the unheralded story of Native Americans in comedy

Author: Kliph Nesteroff
Publisher: New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, 2021. ©2021
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First Simon & Schuster hardcover editionView all editions and formats
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Nesteroff, Kliph.
We had a little real estate problem.
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2021
(DLC) 2020020302
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kliph Nesteroff
ISBN: 9781982103033 1982103035 9781982103057 1982103051
OCLC Number: 1162988033
Description: xiii, 318 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Jonny Roberts drives five hours to every gig and five hours back --
"Degrading, demoralizing, and degenerating" --
The 1491s in their underwear --
Vaudeville was fraud-ville --
Adrianne Chalepah pays the price for correcting her history teacher --
Will Rogers's grandpa is murdered in a vengeance killing --
Jonny Roberts is nervous in San Berdoo --
Will Rogers learns rope tricks from an enslaved person --
Jackie Curtiss breaks Ed Sullivan's foot --
Will Rogers takes a fateful flight with a one-eyed pilot --
Dakota Ray Herbert listens to Jeff Foxworthy on her Walkman --
Jim Thorpe demands only American Indians for American Indian parts --
From meteorology to the Upright Citizens Brigade with Joey Clift --
Will Rogers Jr.hated analogies to his father --
Charlie Hill orders a ventriloquist dummy --
Brian Bahe goes onstage twelve times a week --
Davy Crockett brainshwashes the kids --
Lucas Brown Eyes sells a sitcom pilot --
Charlie Hill is inspired by Bob Newhart and other political radicals --
Paul LIttlechief's only ambition is to be the "First American Indian comedian" --
The Trickster figure causes people to fart when they're most keen to impress --
F-Troop represents the f-word --
Williams and Ree perform for thirteen people at the Holiday Inn --
Charlie Hill and the bearded comedian in a rusty, red truck --
Williams and Ree are desperate to get on Carson --
Charlie Hill asks Barney Miller to free Leonard Peltier --
Jackie Keliiaa thinks, "Holy shit, this is amazing." --
Someone calls the cops on the 1491s --
Charlie Hill and the swimming number with Joe Namath --
Larry Omaha investigates a foul-mouthed parrot --
Terry Ree becomes the first (and last) Native American comedian on Hee-Haw --
Ryan McMahon has a life changing experience in Winnipeg (of all places) --
Charlie Hill isn't offered anything but crap --
The 1491s reluctantly agree to do a Shakespeare festival --
Sierra Ornelas sells sitcoms like it's the Santa Fe Indian Market --
Vincent Craig performs on the back of a flatbed truck --
Isiah Yazzie does improv for an empty room in Shiprock, New Mexico --
Howie Miller does impressions. Do you guys like impressions? --
The beef with Don Burnstick --
Marc Yaffee is weirded out by his own mother --
Jonny Roberts quits his job --
Netflix summons Adrianne Chalepah to Minnesota --
Elaine Miles assumes she was the first woman to do it --
Dallas Goldtooth rides his bicycle through Standing Rock and Sterlin Harjo mocks the hippies --
Those friendly Canadians send death threats to Williams and Ree --
Ralphie May starts a fight and then changes his mind --
Charlie Hill phones Mitzi Shore to say good-bye --
The 1491s get a standing ovation in a small Oregon town --
Jonny Roberts is stunned to see the literal writing on the wall. --
Table of contents, pages [v] - viii. Chauncey Yellow Robe calls it degrading, demoralizing, and degenerating --
The 1491s establish themselves in their underwear --
Every adult in vaudeville was a fraud, but the kids are alright --
Adrianne Chalepah gets kicked out of school for correcting her history teacher --
The grandfather of Will Rogers is murdered in a vengeance killing --
Jonny Roberts is nervous in San Berdoo --
Will Rogers learns rope tricks from a former slave and becomes a huge star --
Jackie Curtiss breaks Ed Sullivan's foot --
Will Rogers uses the n-word and tells everyone to get over it --
Dakota Ray Herbert doesn't bomb as hard as she should have --
Jim Thorpe tells Hollywood he's sick of their bullshit --
Joey Clift prefers the Upright Citizens Brigade to meteorology --
Will Rogers Jr. Wrestles his father's shadow --
Charlie Hill orders a ventriloquist dummy --
Brian Bahe goes onstage twelve times a week --
Davy Crockett brainshwashes the kids --
Lucas Brown eyes sells a sitcom pilot --
Charlie Hill gets inspired by Bob Newhart and other political radicals --
Everyone is shocked to read the news about the Kiowa sensation of the Las Vegas strip --
Charlie Hill can't stop farting --
The title of F-Troop represents the f-word --
Williams and Ree perform for thirteen people at the Holiday Inn --
Charlie Hill and the bearded comedian in his rusty, red truck --
Williams and Ree are desperate to get on Carson --
Charlie Hill asks Barney Miller to free Leonard Peltier --
Jackie Keliiaa thinks, "Holy shit, this is amazing." --
Someone calls the cops on the 1491s --
Charlie Hill remembers the swimming number with Joe Namath --
Larry Omaha investigates a foul-mouthed parrot --
Terry Ree becomes the first (and last) Native comedian on Hee-Haw --
Ryan McMahon has a life changing experience in Winnipeg (of all places) --
Charlie Hill isn't offered anything but crap --
The 1491s reluctantly agree to do a Shakespeare festival --
Sierra Ornelas sells sitcoms the way she sold jewelry at the Santa Fe Indian Market --
Vincent Craig performs on the back of a flatbed truck in rural Arizona --
Isiah Yazzie does improv for an empty room in Shiprock --
Howie Miller does impressions. Do you guys like impressions? --
Everyone has their beef with Don Burnstick --
Marc Yaffee gets weirded out by his own mother --
Jonny Roberts quits his job --
Adrianne Chalepah meets Larry Charles in Minnesota --
Elaine Miles assumes she was the first Native woman stand-up --
Dallas Goldtooth rides his bicycle through Standing Rock --
While Sterlin Harjo mocks the hippies --
Friendly Canadians send death threats to Williams and Ree --
Ralphie May feuds with Adrianne Chalepah and then changes his mind --
Charlie Hill phones Mitzi Shore to say goodbye --
The 1491s get a standing ovation in a small Oregon town --
Jonny Roberts is stunned to see the literal writing on the wall.
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"From renowned comedy journalist and historian Kliph Nesteroff comes the underappreciated story of Native Americans and comedy"--

Comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff focuses on one of comedy's most significant and little-known stories: how, despite having been denied representation in the entertainment industry, Native Americans have influenced and advanced the art form. Profiles important events and humorists from the 1880s to the present.

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