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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.
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This is a 1994 promotional video for a fair attraction which features macaque monkeys riding on the backs of miniature horses.
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A cringe inducing John Lennon "tribute" gets even worse when 3 audience members join in the "fun". Surprisingly, not all of the souvenir VHS tapes of the event were immediately burned in shame.
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According to the back of the box, this video "uses rock music, humor and slick pacing to reach its teenage audience." It also happens to be the single most Canadian anti-smoking PSA ever produced.
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A promotional video for a new robotic lawn mower from a company called Friendly Machines, a name that will seem cruelly ironic when their robots become sentient and enslave humanity.
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Everybody's favorite cable access rabbit is back, this time with some canine friends! Found in Tucson, Arizona.
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Found at a public library outside of Detroit, this homemade instructional video shows you how to clean the bathroom. Take from Sylvia, a woman who's apparently really good at cleaning bathrooms.
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We've watched this promotional video for a religious company many times and still can't quite figure out what they do. All we know is that God must be a big Denver Broncos fan.
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Not the Rolling Stones documentary but equally tragic, this how-to video about training your shelter dog raises the question: wouldn't euthanasia be better than living with this family?
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This timely 1991 Christian anti-rap expose attacks such gangster rap luminaries as Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer in the form of, what else, a rap song.
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From a tape called "Attracting Today's Woman," this music video shows a man's transformation from nerd to hunk with the help of some plastic surgery and a bearded man named Tommy Lee Cook. We know it's confusing and g...
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In this 1986 Christian take-off of "The Twilight Zone," a non-believer magically travels back to biblical times to learn all about Jesus and subsequently ends up becoming a fish sandwich aficionado.
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Angry RV spokesman, Jack Rebney trades in his swear words for nonsensical gibberish and the words "fern" and "dock" (we don't know either), further proving that the man was truly on the brink of sanity that hot July d...
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This 1986 instructional video stars Gary Coleman at his pluckiest. It also features a strange cop, an outdoorsman, that kid from Tremors and a whole host of "attractive nuisances" that may or may not match up with Gar...
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A promotional video for a company trying to sell plastic cups to kids as part of a new "sport" called speed stacking. It's actually pretty impressive, but at the end of the day, you're still just stacking cups.
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Ed McMahon's "Star Search" attracted all manner of wannabe singers, spokesmodels and comedians. This audition tape features the comedy stylings of Nick Gomez, whose path to stardom apparently started and ended in his ...
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Found in a break room at a McDonald's in Stoughton, Wisconsin, this custodial training video features an overly perky trainer, a dim trainee and some palpable sexual tension.
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This video about saying no to strangers is hosted by a clown from Oregon named Blueberry, who is far more terrifying than any stranger we can imagine. Featured in Found Footage Festival Vol. 6.