From the outside, the Punchline Comedy Club in Sandy Springs seems just another drab building amid a sea of asphalt. The inside, with its dated wood paneling, evokes an aging country western bar from the “Urban Cowboy” days. The walls feature decades-old 8-by-10 black-and-white photos of comics, some famous, most forgotten.
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“If These Walls Could Talk,” a documentary about the Punchline Comedy Club
Available on iTunes as a download purchase ($12.99) or streaming rental ($4.99). On Google Play, downloads are $7.99 and rental $3.99. You can also pick up the DVD ($14.95) at the club, 280 Hilderbrand Drive, Sandy Springs.