Actor George Segal, the late film critic Roger Ebert once noted, “is good at playing the harassed son of the archetypical Jewish mother. In ‘No Way to Treat a Lady” , he was the vice cop whose mother kept wanting him to finish his soup before rushing to rescue Lee Remick.”...
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Tag: George Segal
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How to be a Jewish Son—or—My Son the Success!
The David Susskind Show 1970
Season 12 : Ep. 7 |1:36:46 |
with Mel Brooks, David Steinberg, George Segal, Stan Herman, Dan Greenburg and Larry Goldberg.