comedian fall

Watch the rise and fall of a disillusioned 1970s comedian

Billy Braver used to be on top of the world.

In the 1970s, he headlined the biggest comedy clubs in New York and Los Angeles.

He appeared on legendary shows like Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, Hollywood Squares and Dinah Shore.

But 30 years later, he is selling SAABs at a California car dealership.

And when the economy hits bottom, Billy is let go from SAAB.

Max Joseph (an old friend of Casey Neistat) directs this fascinating 24-minute documentary:

Bottom line: the dream industry is worse than a sausage factory.

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