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From Kathie Lee's Rockin' Tots Cafe, a short-lived rip-off of Pee-Wee's Playhouse (what parent would buy this for their kid?!). Warning: This physically hurts to watch.
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In this instructional video for a terrifying beauty device called the Rejuvenique Face Mask, host Linda Evans tells you about the benefits of electrocuting your face. Featured in the FFF Vol. 2 DVD.
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Looking good is hard work, but these miracle products (and their accompanying instructional videos) promised to make it easier to get tighter skin, better groomed hair, and cleaner sinuses. Included herein: The Flowbe...
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This montage of computer instructional videos tells you everything you need to know about computing in the mid-90s, via rappers, white guys, old people, and the cast of "Friends." Featuring The Family Guide to Compute...
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Hip-hop was born on the streets of the Bronx but was quickly co-opted by white kids in the suburbs, corporations, sitcom stars, pregnant ladies, Jewish mothers and Christian pirates. Featuring Blazin Hazen, Alyssa Mil...
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A few years ago, Nick had a cable access show called "Talkin' Beards" on a Manhattan cable access channel. On this particular episode, Nick and his bearded guest, Chris Elliott, take a viewer's call.
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Our friend Cristina found the trailer to this movie on a 1989 home video release by Vidmark, a company whose previews were always better than the movie you were about to watch. This one features Grease's Eddie Deezen,...
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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...
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This instructional video, starring Linda Blair from "The Exorcist," starts out with a jokey premise, but the revenge tips that Blair and company offer are far too well-thought-out and far too illegal to be anything bu...
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In this New York Mets video, baseball great Mookie Wilson sings a song about believing in yourself. Inexplicably, it features football, cigarettes, and scientists.
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In this insider peek into the real life of former teen heartthrob Chad Allen, the "Our House" star talks about his interests, making sure to stress that girls are on that list. Another fine entry in the "Corey Haim: M...
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Today we honor the memory of America's brave men and women who fight in the Marines, Air Force, and Navy. Sorry Army. If Frank Woehrle had recorded a song for the Army, we would've honored you too.
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A behind-the-scenes look at Mike Ditka's follow-up to the wildly successful Superbowl Shuffle music video. Instead of starring the charismatic 1986 Chicago Bears, this video stars working class folks called "Grabowski...
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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 ...
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Singer, heartthrob, and softball enthusiast Michael Bolton brags about how good he is at softball (and how generous he is) in this perplexing instructional video. More Bolton on the FFF Vol. 1 DVD.
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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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Remember when the world shut down about a decade ago? Well, here's the video that was responsible for preparing us. Starring Leonard Nimoy for some reason.
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This 1996 informational video about alcohol and the elderly certainly means well, but its message is lost on host Ed Asner, who makes alcoholism sound kind of fun.
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A promo for a VCR game in which impressionist Rich Little acts out charades clues while viewers guess along at home. File this one under bad ideas. More Rich Little on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 4 DVD.
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Fresh out of his first stint in rehab in 1989, teen heartthrob Corey Haim released this video diary to show fans that he was all better. And to answer burning questions like, "What does kissing really mean to you?"
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The former "Designing Women" star demonstrates her unique way of looking and feeling great. Namely, by breathing.
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This instructional video hosted by Robert Klein tried to take a light-hearted approach to tax preparation but ended up with something more akin to the ending of "Apocalypse Now."
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This 1986 dramatization about the dangers of drugs and drinking stars Judd Nelson and Burt Reynolds, the living embodiments of clean living and sobriety. Also starring a young and impressionable Dermot Mulroney.
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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.