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This video, found in Ohio, was part of a big wave of home video releases in the early '90s that were intended to entertain your cat or dog. It's a genre we've dubbed "pet-nography."
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In this video, found at a Salvation Army in Passaic, NJ, a couple of tolerant Weimeraner dogs are humiliated in the interest of teaching kids the alphabet. Seems like a small price to pay.
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In this video from a 1983 Tucson public access show, amateur animal trainer Jenny Getter explains how animals can be used to reform hardened criminals. Then she makes her bunny play the piano.
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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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Everyone's favorite "trained" bunny, B.B., performs a Christmas "trick" involving a candy cane, then a golden retriever does the same, all at the behest of perky trainer Jenny. From a 1983 Tucson public access tape.
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Just when you think you've seen every crazy cat lady there is to see, along comes Trisha Menke, a woman who's just begging to be played by Catherine O'Hara in a future Christopher Guest movie.
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Here's the only cats trailer that matters: a montage of some of our favorite cat VHS tapes, including cats in costumes, cats on toilets, cats getting massages, and cats riding motorcycles. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber...
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We found not one but two copies of this video, starring Pastor Steve and Chippy the Church Chimp, at a Salvation Army in Iowa this year. The theme song, apparently sung by Patti LaBelle, kicks off this Christian puppe...
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When David Letterman retired in 2015, the staff donated over 30 years of the show's VHS archives to the Found Footage Festival. Here is just a small sampling of what's featured in our Volume 8 live show and DVD.
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This comes from a tape called "Bible Truths for Children," which is a compilation from a Texas Christian kids show. It warns against the dangers of listening to secular music, via dog voice-overs. Found at a Village D...
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In this found video called, "Less Stress with Ed Asner" (featured in FFF: Vol. 4), Asner gives questionable advice about how to reduce stress and talks about his irrational fear of dogs.
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In this 1996 informational video for new ferret owners, we learn that ferrets have a musky odor, they steal your stuff, and almost everything kills them. Where do we sign up?
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A small sampling of some of the weird and wonderful found footage on display in the Found Footage Festival Volume 6 DVD and live tour (2012).
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A quick look at what's on tap in the new Found Footage Festival show, coming soon to your city.
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The Found Footage Festival is playing Edinburgh Festival Fringe Aug. 3rd-27th, 2017 at Underbelly Cowgate. Click here for tickets.
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Live show coming soon to your city!
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A small sampling of footage from the 2010-11 Found Footage Festival live show. FFF Volume 5 DVD is available in the FFF Store.
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To close out Great Women Of The VHS Era Awareness Week, we bring you the sad but true story of a woman obsessed with making fools of her pets, particularly poor little B.B. Bunny.
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In this episode of the FF Show, we offer a sales tape for the E-Z Catch Harvester, which is a useful item if you have thousands of chickens in your coop and no time to catch them individually. Catch more chickens on F...
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Cat Awareness Week continues with a cat named Princess Kitty, who reluctantly puts up with being dressed up in human clothes.
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It's Cat Awareness Week and we meet two crazy cat ladies and their long-suffering kitties.
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Highlights from a vaguely religious movie from 2003 featuring Curtis Armstrong as a CD-ROM video game developer and Gary Busey as an evil businessman who gets reincarnated as a dog. Quigley, where have you been all ou...
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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 1990 VCR game, hosted by Broadway actress Jane Alexander, combines the excitement of bird watching with the excitement of pressing play and pause on your VCR. It's the perfect activity for your family of over-act...