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The irrepressibly plucky Werner Zotter, a.k.a. "The Cowboy From Vienna," broadcasts on cable access TV in Austin, Texas. The man can play a mean accordion.
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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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If you thought there was no dumber idea than the Pet Rock then buckle up for the Pet Rock music video. We love this video but could have done without the racially insensitive portrayal of the "black" rocks.
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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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Behind-the-scenes of the sexually suggestive football music video, "Let's Ram It," by the 1986 L.A. Rams. It's all about being positive role models.
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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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This shameless pitch for Retin-A acne medication tries to talk to teens on their level...by rapping! More "Acne Rap" on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 2 DVD.
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A promotional reel for a family of banjo players known as The Duttons. Found in—where else?—Branson, Missouri.
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Ray, the legendary spokesman for lumber company, Menards, drops some serious science in this excerpt given to us by a rogue Menard's editor. Would somebody please remix this?
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We cut together two Christian music videos into a battle for the ages. Who is more rockingly pious? Brent Lamb or Geoff Moore. You decide.
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We found a reel of Christian rock music videos from 1988 and decided to stage a battle for the best one on the tape. Will it be Degarmo's sports-themed "Competition" or "Who Do You Love?" from GLAD. You decide!
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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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In this behind-the-scenes video about Christian hip-hop superstars D.C. Talk, members talk about the Gospel, the rap "thang," and having that chocolate deep down in your soul.
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We found this movie in a Flying J truck stop for $3.33. Other than a few scenes, the movie is practically unwatchable. But our favorite part is how they employ the age-old technique of describing the plot in the song ...
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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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This timely 1991 Christian anti-rap exposé 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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From "Stairway to Stardom," the greatest public access show in the history of television, this dance routine by Lola Perazzo is nothing short of stunning. The leotard could have left more to the imagination, but every...
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The World Champion 1987 Lakers celebrated their victory by releasing what appeared to be a court ordered anti-drug rap video. Featuring Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy and Kurt Rambis, a man whose mustache should be...
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This 1987 music video tried to capitalize on the success of Juan Berenguer, a Panamanian immigrant whose killer fastball helped the Twins get to the World Series. But the Spinal Tap-like "making of" section makes you ...
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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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Hair band Panther does the entire soundtrack for this gem and in some ways the movie plays like their very own demo reel. Here they are performing the title track, complete with uninspired staging, braless babes, and ...
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This sports team music video features raspy singing, air trumpeting, and all your mustached favorites from the 1987 Calgary Flames. Found at a Salvation Army in Calgary.
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A small sampling of some of the weird and wonderful found footage on display in the brand-new Found Footage Festival touring show, coming to your city in 2012