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Long before he first erupted as George Constanza's short-fused father Frank, Jerry Stiller was famous. Once part of the legendary improvisational group The Compass, Stiller performed for decades in coffeehouses, on radio, in television ads, on The Ed Sullivan Show (where he appeared more than 35 times), and in every major nightclub in the country. Fortunately for Stiller, he shared most of his suitcase show biz life with one special person, his wife and comedy partner Anne Meara. This memoir recaptures a varied and contented life. One might say, a festivus for the rest of us.