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God’s Filling Station

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This comes from a tape called "Bible Truths for Children." We don't know what's creepier: the guy proposing that the girl join his choir or that the girl is dressed as a bird at the time. Found at Village Discount Out...

Something Big

Added by 1 month ago

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Billed as "The World's First Nude Pop Video," this 1983 music video took the bold step of combining New Wave music with blurry pictures of half-naked ladies. Found on an obscure British softcore tape called "Vision X....

Going To The Doctor

Added by 3 months ago

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This video was found at a Goodwill in Avon, Ohio and its purpose, we assume, was to teach kids that the doctor's office is nothing to be afraid of. Turns out that going to the doctor is actually the most horrific expe...

Total Self Defense

Added by 7 months ago

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After one of the greatest intros ever committed to VHS, "Total Self Defense" introduces us to host John McSweeney, a guy who could kill a man with a single blow but is still exceedingly polite to his assistant, Paul. ...

Memorial Day 2000

Added by 1 year ago

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This home movie, labeled simply "Memorial Day 2000," documents a memorable Memorial Day weekend in Northern Michigan, where things quickly devolve into Lord of the Flies-like debauchery. Stay tuned for the explosive e...

Mr. T’s Mother

Added by 1 year ago

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Happy Mother's Day! One of the earliest videos in the FFF collection (circa 1992), Mr. T's "Be Somebody...Or Be Somebody's Fool" remains an all-time classic. Here, T intervenes in a diss battle by breaking into a rap ...

Pornography: A Winnable War

Added by 1 year ago

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This Focus On The Family production may not have been successful in ridding us of hard-core pornography in 18 months, as promised on the box, but it did leave us with some of the greatest crowd reaction shots in VHS h...

Phone Jeopardy

Added by 2 years ago

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In 1990, "Jeopardy" launched a 1-900 number where you could play at home for $5 a minute. Here, Alex Trebek becomes increasingly irritated while recording promos for Phone Jeopardy.