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In March , The Ed Sullivan Show needed a last-minute replacement for another act,  and Dangerfield became the surprise hit of the show.
In , Rodney Dangerfield teamed up with longtime friend Anthony Bevacqua to build the Dangerfield's comedy club in New York City, a venue he could now perform in on a regular basis without having to constantly travel.
The club became a huge success and remained in continuous operation until October 14, its closure due to the COVID pandemic.
In , Dangerfield was invited to be the keynote speaker at Harvard University 's Class Day, an annual ceremony for seniors the day before commencement.
His comedy album No Respect won a Grammy Award. In December , the "Rappin' Rodney" single became one of the first Hot rap records, and the associated video was an early MTV hit.
The two appear in a dream sequence wherein Dangerfield is condemned to die and does not get any respect, even in Heaven, as the gates close without his being permitted to enter.
Though his acting career had begun much earlier in obscure movies like The Projectionist ,  Dangerfield's career took off during the early s, when he began acting in hit comedy movies.
One of Dangerfield's more memorable performances was in the golf comedy Caddyshack , in which he played an obnoxious nouveau riche property developer who was a guest at a golf club, where he clashed with the uptight Judge Elihu Smails played by Ted Knight.
His role was initially smaller, but because he and fellow cast members Chevy Chase and Bill Murray proved adept at improvisation, their roles were greatly expanded during filming much to the chagrin of some of their castmates.
Unlike his stand-up persona, his comedy film characters were portrayed as successful and generally popular—if still loud, brash and detested by the wealthy elite.
Throughout the s, Dangerfield also appeared in a series of commercials for Miller Lite beer, including one in which various celebrities who had appeared in the ads were holding a bowling match.
With the score tied, after a bearded Ben Davidson told Rodney, "All we need is one pin, Rodney", Dangerfield's ball went down the lane and bounced perpendicularly off the head pin, landing in the gutter without knocking down any of the pins.
The show starred Jared Rushton as a teenager, also named Rodney, who could summon Dangerfield whenever he needed guidance about his life. In a change of pace from the comedy persona that made him famous, he played an abusive father in Natural Born Killers in a scene for which he wrote or rewrote all of his own lines.
In March , Dangerfield was the first celebrity to personally own a website and create content for it. Dangerfield appeared in an episode of The Simpsons titled " Burns, Baby Burns " in which he played a character who is essentially a parody of his own persona, Mr.
Burns 's son Larry Burns. He also appeared as himself in an episode of Home Improvement. He was recognized by the Smithsonian Institution , which put one of his trademark white shirts and red ties on display.
When he handed the shirt to the museum's curator, Rodney joked, "I have a feeling you're going to use this to clean Lindbergh 's plane.
Dangerfield played an important role in comedian Jim Carrey 's rise to stardom. The two toured together for about two more years. Dangerfield was married twice to Joyce Indig.
They married in , divorced in , remarried in , and divorced again in , although Rodney lived largely separated from his family. From until his death, Dangerfield was married to Joan Child.
At the time of a People magazine article on Dangerfield in , he was sharing an apartment on Manhattan 's Upper East Side with a housekeeper, his poodle Keno, and his closest friend of 30 years Joe Ancis,  who was also a friend of and major influence on Lenny Bruce.
Dangerfield resented being confused with his on-stage persona. In this work, he also discussed being an avid marijuana smoker; the book's original title was My Love Affair with Marijuana.
Dangerfield, while Jewish , referred to himself as an atheist during an interview with Howard Stern on May 25, Dangerfield added that he was a "logical" atheist.
Dangerfield was a fan of the New York Mets baseball team. On November 22, his 80th birthday , Rodney Dangerfield suffered a mild heart attack while doing stand-up on The Tonight Show.
While Dangerfield was performing, Jay Leno noticed something was wrong with Dangerfield's movements and asked his producer to call the paramedics.
On April 8, , Dangerfield underwent brain surgery to improve blood flow in preparation for heart valve -replacement surgery on a later date.
If not, about an hour and a half. In September , it was revealed that Dangerfield had been in a coma for several weeks.
Afterward, he began breathing on his own and showing signs of awareness when visited by friends. However, he died on October 5, at the UCLA Medical Center , a month and a half short of his 83rd birthday, from complications of the surgery he had undergone in August.
On the day of Dangerfield's death, the randomly generated Joke of the Day on his website happened to be "I tell ya I get no respect from anyone.
I bought a cemetery plot. The guy said, 'There goes the neighborhood! Joan Child held an event in which the word "respect" had been emblazoned in the sky, while each guest was given a live monarch butterfly for a butterfly-release ceremony led by Farrah Fawcett.
Saint Peter mentions that he heard Dangerfield got no respect in life, which prompts Dangerfield to spew an entire string of his famous one-liners.
After he's done, he asks why Saint Peter was so interested. Saint Peter replies, "I just wanted to hear those jokes one more time" and waves him into heaven, prompting Dangerfield to joyfully declare: "Finally!
A little respect! In , a Rodney Dangerfield tattoo was among the most popular celebrity tattoos in the United States. The format of the joke is that the comedian tells a sidekick how bad something is, and the sidekick—in this case, guitar player Kevin Eubanks —sets up the joke by asking just how bad that something is.
The official Rodney Dangerfield website was nominated for a Webby Award after it was relaunched by his widow, Joan Dangerfield, on what would have been his 92nd birthday, November 22, In , Dangerfield was awarded an honorary doctorate posthumously from Manhattanville College , officially deeming him Dr.
The class is a stand-up comedy class which is taught by comedienne Joanie Willgues, aka Joanie Coyote. In August , a plaque honoring Dangerfield was installed in Kew Gardens, his old Queens neighborhood.
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July 20, Where's Rodney? Retrieved August 21, The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved October 24, Entertainment Weekly. This is a somewhat startling omission from documents which were supposed to have been prepared for the specific purpose of setting out for the inquiry the role of the First Minister and her officials in the development of the procedure.
The Timeline jumps from 24 November to 12 December with no events apparently thought worthy of mention in between, and the Written Statement does the same:.
The First Minister and Permanent Secretary discussed a hard copy of the procedure at a meeting on 12 December The Permanent Secretary wrote to the First Minister on 20 December formally seeking her agreement to adopt the procedure.
The First Minister approved the procedure on the same day. As readers of earlier posts in this blog may remember, there was a lot going on that day.
Quite what this meant, and what has been redacted from it, is perhaps one of the many things the inquiry could take up with Mackinnon on Tuesday.
In that context, is there anyone in the country still gullible enough to believe that what was discussed at this newly-disclosed meeting was some abstract development of a procedure which was being developed — at breakneck speed — to be targeted at no-one in particular?
The procedure for complaints against former Ministers was still in draft at this point, so even if there had been an absolute prohibition — for some unfathomable reason — on the First Minister being told of them, it would have had no application.
So even if the procedure as drafted to that point had any binding force at all at the time of this meeting — which it did not — it would still have been entirely right and proper for Evans to give Sturgeon a full briefing on the Salmond complaints at that meeting.
So I ask again: Is there anyone out there who still believes that Nicola Sturgeon was not told of these complaints, at the very latest, by the time of this meeting?
What we do know is that, having corresponded with the Convenor at various times up to that point on the subject of the evidence and documentation to be provided to the inquiry, and having never so much as hinted that she was precluded in any way from doing so, the First Minister stood up in Parliament on 20 August and announced:.
The Government will, I am sure, continue to co-operate fully and within the legal obligations that it operates under, and to make available the maximum amount of information that it can to the Committee.
From around this time, responsibility for writing to the inquiry to explain repeatedly why, much as it would like to, the Scottish Government cannot actually provide the evidence the inquiry is seeking for this, that and the other reason has fallen on the Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, who continues to fulfil the role with his usual diligence.
Readers with reasonably long powers of recall might remember that Swinney also played a similar role at the very start of this saga.
To emphasise this point, Mr Swinney proposed that, as the most senior man in the Government, he should answer the question and be explicit in his answer about his reason for doing so.
The Salmond inquiry webpages provide a list of its key correspondence with the Scottish Government over the provision of evidence, and one correspondent features there far more than any other.
As usual in this whole affair, the person making all the key decisions about what evidence is to be provided and what withheld is that correspondent, the Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans.
If there is any one Scottish Government official whose conduct is more under the microscope than any other person in this whole inquiry it is the Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans.
So I ask these questions in all sincerity, and above all as a person who prizes logical and rational thought:. In August , in a story breaking the news of the formal complaints against Alex Salmond and the Leslie Evans investigation of them, journalist David Clegg wrote in the Daily Record:.
The question is from who? Perhaps we are now getting very close to finding out. We must find out, and the inquiry must know, how it could be that David Clegg and the Daily Record knew something about these complaints on 31 October when, so we are told, no-one in the Scottish Government, up to and including Nicola Sturgeon, had any idea about them.
There is a measure of protection for journalists and their sources in such circumstances under section 10 of the Contempt of Court Act There is, however, nothing to stop the Committee asking witnesses to eliminate themselves as the source of the tip-off, which is the kind of thing the police do as a matter of routine to enable them to focus their enquiries properly on genuine suspects.
They, and all other remotely relevant witnesses, should be asked, on oath or affirmation, if they were the source of the tip-off to Clegg.
It is unprecedented for a First Minister or Prime Minister to be so excluded from such a procedure and, needless to say, no other government anywhere in the world has copied it since Scotland did it.
Indeed, the Ministerial Code which regulates the Scottish Government, and the equivalent UK Government Code, on which the Scottish version is closely based, both make clear in terms that this politicisation of civil servants is forbidden where current Ministers are concerned.
It is not , however, the role of the Permanent Secretary or other officials to enforce the Code. There is not the slightest reason why that prohibition should not apply equally to matters concerning former Ministers.
Indeed, there are many obvious reasons why it should apply with extra rigour where former Ministers are concerned.
Given all of that, I asked why Nicola Sturgeon would have ordered her own exclusion from the procedure or, at the very least, gone along with that exclusion.
The Scottish Government statement to the inquiry says of work done on the procedure up to 7 November The route map sought to identify the various routes that complaints at that time could come through, and which policies and procedures were in place to deal with them.
The emails referred to by the statement do indeed include a very rudimentary route map. However, the route map to which we are then directed by the Scottish Government is not this early, rudimentary version at all, but rather a much later, much more developed version.
Eagle-eyed readers of this blog who care to look will be able to spot how we know this:. The route map produced by the Scottish Government as evidencing work done by 7 November is dated 31 January But what gives rise to this small error is actually a larger and much more significant blunder.
The route map produced to the inquiry does indeed form part of events taking place on 31 January The various complaints procedures summarised in the route map, including the procedure for harassment complaints against former Ministers, are then also to be attached so they can be clicked on as links.
Employees are thus to be treated to one link to the actual approved policy of 20 December , and another link to this route map which sets out what the policy was before Sturgeon was excluded from it.
The entry in the box is this:. One further striking thing that might be noted about this is that — making the huge allowance for present purposes that the procedure for complaints against former Ministers set out in the route map was otherwise lawful — this procedure does actually comply with the Ministerial Code.
We can only guess at what employees considering a complaint must have made of the two contradictory sets of advice sent to them simultaneously by way of the route map and the recast policy itself.
But the blunder of sending out the pre-recast route map provides the clearest possible reminder of what the policy should have been.
According to her written statement provided to the inquiry and finally published last week, by the time drafting of the complaints procedure began in early November , Nicola Sturgeon knew that allegations against Salmond were coming.
She was therefore well aware that the new complaints procedure being drafted then by her civil servants was likely to be dealing in due course with complaints against Salmond.
But nor did I, in any way, allow such concern to lead me to limit the scope of the procedure. There is simply no other reasonable explanation for why the procedure changed so dramatically in December Every unlawful thing those civil servants did was done by them so that Sturgeon would not have to do it herself.
It was done so that she could plausibly deny, as she does to this day, that she had anything to do with it. These servants of hers have already, quite rightly, taken a great deal of criticism for their bad faith and incompetence, and as the inquiry continues, they can surely expect a great deal more.
The unswerving loyalty of the person who set them up for this fall is, we should grant, the very least they can expect from her. One way in which that lie was exposed by the revelations on Wednesday was the publication of the text in which, on 3 June , Alex Salmond set out for Sturgeon his offer of binding arbitration on the legality of the complaints procedure.
As he rightly pointed out, this offer, if accepted, would have conclusively and privately settled that question without the need for the judicial review that eventually followed and without the need for any involvement of the complainers or risk of exposure of their identities.
This has been extensively commented on with varying degrees of insight since Wednesday but again its significance for the central lie remains to be fully exposed.
Clearly, it is not the complainer, because the complainer is a party in the procedure, not an observer of it, and there is no requirement on the complainer to be reasonable, only to make the complaint and have it handled by the procedure.
Equally, it is not the former Minister, who is again a party in the procedure with no duty of reasonableness or detachment either. Now think about who does have the qualities of reasonableness and detachment which the parties in the procedure lack.
Those are surely the qualities to be expected — in fact, demanded — of the Government lawyers and senior civil servants who draft, approve and then implement the procedure.
Now look at what Leslie Evans and the Scottish Government conceded when they conceded the judicial review.
Firstly, that whilst the meaning of paragraph 10 of the procedure was clear to those involved in its development and operation i.
Leave aside the many other grounds on which senior counsel for Salmond apparently advised that the procedure was unlawful, some of which a first year legal trainee could spot.
Those too will no doubt be exposed at some point when the inquiry publishes all of the pleadings and notes of argument in the case as it is now free to do.
Consider only this ground of partiality that tainted the whole procedure, and that Evans and the Scottish Government have admitted. It should hardly need saying that the information and analysis provided day after day, year after year by the Wings site remains by a distance the most important resource that the grassroots Scottish independence movement has.
Unfortunately, that dry-as-dust legal terminology obscures what this actually means, and how significant it is.
This, then, is what the Scottish Government conceded about its conduct of the Salmond judicial review and, by extension, of the unlawful procedure which gave rise to it.
The oft-repeated claim of Sturgeon, Evans and the Scottish Government that they just got unlucky in some late-discovered technicality in the Salmond case is just one more shameful lie.
The Scottish Government have submitted a Statement to the Salmond inquiry in which they seek to explain why they waved the white flag in the judicial review without ever having done anything wrong.
This took the form of a decision report and covering letter…. On 27 September the Court issued a timetable order. As part of the process for the recovery of evidence, a Commission a formal hearing was held between 19 and 21 December before a Commissioner appointed by the court after the Petitioner [Salmond] had lodged a description of further evidence that he wanted to obtain from the Scottish Government a specification of documents.
The specification detailed specific source material that needed to be included in the search such as calendar entries and text messages. And then suddenly, without warning so it seems, everything just fell apart for the Scottish Government.
Paragraph 26 continues:. Clearly, something dramatic must have happened during this three day procedure. The Petitioner [Salmond] and Respondents [Scottish Government] agreed to settle the case on the basis of that acceptance.
The judge in the Court of Session accepted the joint minute and issued a final order bringing the case formally to an end. In this case, the Investigating Officer the Deputy Director for People Advice [Mackinnon] had had no involvement in any aspect of the events being investigated.
She had not been part of the Scottish Government at the time of the events in question, which — along with her experience as an HR professional — had informed her appointment as Investigating Officer.
The Deputy Director for People Advice, had contact, before her appointment as Investigating Officer, with the two members of staff who lodged concerns in advance of their decisions to make formal complaints.
This surely must be it at last. This was in keeping with the role for the Investigating Officer set out in more detail in earlier drafts of the procedure, and in line with her professional HR role.
The individuals also shared reflections about what they thought might prevent harassment occurring in the future. As noted in paragraph 26 above, previously undisclosed documents were provided as part of the Commission for Evidence held between 19 and 21 December in relation to the prior contact between the individual who was subsequently appointed as the Investigating Officer and the two complainers.
These documents indicated the nature of this contact was in line with that described in paragraph I invite readers of this blog to do the same.
The Permanent Secretary therefore concluded on 2 January that the Scottish Government should concede the judicial review proceedings because of the apparent bias issue described in paragraph 39 above.
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