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Chef Keith (Nick Prueher) appears on a Milwaukee morning show to promote his book, "Leftovers Right." Orchestrated by Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival. See all the news segments in their enti...
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Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival posed Prueher as an incompetent chef named Chef Keith and attempted to get him booked on local morning news shows in the Midwest. The result was five disastro...
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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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This home movie was found at a Salvation Army in central Wisconsin and was labeled simply, "Kirk's 40th Birthday, May 1992." More Kirk and friends can be found on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 1 DVD.
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Merle Ellis, the host of Mastering the Art of Carving, has a very soothing voice.
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Here's an excerpt from a feature length film called "Santa And The Ice Cream Bunny." You would think this is a long lost Kenneth Anger film, but no. This is for kids. Some seriously effed up kids.
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A shoddily animated rapping Santa Claus tells us how Santa travels when he's not in his sleigh. Namely, in a jet ski, a Corvette and a backhoe.
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In this clip, we learn that in the off-season, Santa uses a hair dryer on his beard, shovels his own driveway and watches all the "There Goes a Firetruck" tapes we always find at thrift stores.
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This Halloween arts and crafts video from 1996 appears to be fueled entirely by vegetables and dry ice. Hosted by the easily impressed Sharon Anderson.
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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...
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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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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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Nothing quite says "Easter" like a lip synching cowboy superimposed over small town parade footage. Keep your eyes peeled for the editor's clever barb at our greedy government and a bear driving a bulldozer.
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We've been finding this guy's sing-a-long videos all over thrift stores in southern Wisconsin. I guess you could call it the luck of the "Irsh." Stay tuned for future gems from this guy. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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Here he is to make Valentines Day, or any day, sexier and more confusing...David! Uncut! This tape came to us from comedian David Cross. It's called "Video Mates" and it's awesome!
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Nothing quite says Easter like small town parade footage with a lip syncing cowboy poorly superimposed over it. Keep your eyes peeled for the editor's clever barb at our greedy government and a bear driving a bulldozer.
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Our new favorite man, Frank Woehrle, is back with more video greatness, and he brought along his usual bag of tricks. Green screen? Check. Wardrobe changes? Check. A scene where he looks like a giant? Check. Happy 4th...
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Here's some brilliance we found at a thrift store in West Allis. It's more Sing Along with Frank Woehrle, our most reliable source for making holidays more confusing. See more on FFF Volume 5 DVD .
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So this is what the true meaning of Christmas is! Here's a deeper cut off of the epic Jingle Cats video.
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Who knew the Family Circus had an Easter special? It's no Charlie Brown Christmas, but it does feature Dizzy Gillespie as the Easter Bunny. (Warning: this song will be in your head for the next four days.)
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In this music video by a band called High Heel & The Sneekers (c. 1985), a little girl faces the prospect of Christmas without her daddy, who's presumably off at war somewhere killing brown people, by fantasizing ...
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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.