Rodney Dangerfield, who, sadly, left us earlier this month, spent half his adult life complaining that he "didn't get no respect," and, along the way, amused millions with an ongoing barrage of self-deprecating one-liners in his fruitless pursuit of that all-elusive goal.

With a frenetic, sweaty, delivery and his free hand continually tugging at his signature red tie, Dangerfield personified the sad-sack everyman in a quest to rise above his surroundings.

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