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An Evening With Kevin Smith' is a no-holds-barred Q and A with one of Hollywood's most gifted filmmakers. Infamous for picking apart the pop culture landscape with films such as 'Clerks', 'Mallrats', 'Chasing Amy', 'Dogma', and 'Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back', the New Jersey native has become a veritable icon of independent film. find out more...

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The original and best! Derek and Clive, those two foul-mouthed and lairy alter egos of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, are seen here in rare live studio footage. Methinks they had a drop to drink too! Superb, bawdy sketches, you either luv or hate 'em... and I luv 'em! find out more...
LENNY (1974)

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Hoffman is outstanding, especially in the night club stand up comedy scenes, as the flawed cult NY genius Lenny Bruce, the Beat Generation kid who became a blueprint for a new kind of entertainer with his outrageous anti-establishment routine, his profanities, his attitude toward drugs, his irreverence and general anarchistic demeanour. A must for all budding stand up comedians and fans of good movies. find out more...

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Beat Generation New Yorker Lenny Bruce shocked the world, and became the blueprint for a new kind of stand up comedy, with his profanities, attitudes toward drugs, irreverence, anti-establishmentism and general anarchistic demeanour. He faced years of consequent police and legal harassment. find out more...

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Sir Arthur Greeb-Streebling, the Dagenham Dialogues, the Leaping Nuns, the Superthunderstingraycars, it's all here, and plenty more besides, in Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's Not Only But Also', the seminal BBC sketch show that ran from 1965 to 1970. PG rated genius. find out more...

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Whoopi Goldberg is like a hip, Afro-American Joyce Grenfell. Her monologues are masterpieces of characterisation and acute observation - always funny and moving.

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