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Kamikaze

A motley crew of Latvian ne'er-do-wells performs rude, crude and lewd stunts.
2018 Reality, Comedy

Mom P.I.

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Mom P.I. is a 1990-92 Canadian television comedy-drama series starring Rosemary Dunsmore, Stuart Margolin, Emily Perkins, and Shane Meier.Dunsmore plays eternal optimist Sally Sullivan, a recently widowed mother of two supporting her family as a waitress in a working-class diner, who talks her way into a job as assistant to grumpy, cynical private eye Bernie Fox, played by The Rockford Files' Margolin. Head writer for the show was Chris Haddock, who later created the much grittier Da Vinci's Inquest and Intelligence, also for the CBC.
1990 TV14 Drama, Comedy

We Know Where You Live. Live!

The best in U.K. comedy and music come together in this live performance from Image Entertainment. Comedian and actor Eddie Izzard is joined by such fellow funnymen as Dom Joly and Jonathan Ross. We Know Where You Live! also features music from U2, Badly Drawn Boy, and others.
2001 Comedy, Other

GLOW

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In 1980s LA, a crew of misfits reinvent themselves as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.
82   Metascore
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Funny Awards

A celebration of British sitcoms and comedy programs. Nominees for originality: "Brilliant"; "The Royale Family"; "So Graham Norton"; "The League of Gentlemen"; "Coupling"; "Father Ted"; "People like Us." Nominees for classic comedy include "Monty Python's Flying Circus"; "Fawlty Towers"; "Absolutely Fabulous"; and "Are You Being Served?"
2001 TVMA Comedy, Other

Making a Living

This typical Keystone slapstick comedy was Charlie Chaplin's first appearance on film. An Englishman (Chaplin) cons a newspaper reporter (Henry Lehrman) out of some money. The Englishman flirts with a young woman who later turns out to be the reporter's girlfriend, and the reporter and the Englishman fight. Later, the Englishman talks his way into a job at the same newspaper where the reporter works. When the reporter takes some photos of an automobile accident as it happens, the reporter and the Keystone Kops help the driver, and the Englishman steals the photos. He rushes them back to the paper, and they are immediately put in the latest edition. The newspaperman catches up with him, and they begin fighting in the street, and the film ends as a streetcar cowcatcher sweeps them up. Chaplin is barely recognizable in this film, sporting a monocle, a top hat, and a walrus moustache. While this costume had been used in his stage appearances, he quickly realized that it was not appropriate for a film comedian. He would devise his famous costume of the tramp in his next film Mabel's Strange Predicament. Chaplin was unhappy when he saw the finished film because many of the gags that he had performed had been cut out by Lehrman, the director. However, this is typical of Mack Sennett's Keystone comedies, where there is a lot of running around and fighting, and not a lot of funny gags.
2012 Comedy, Other

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