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What a Treat (DVD)

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Format: DVD
ISBN-10: 1594436460
ISBN-13: 9781594436468
Sku: 202782970
Publish Date: 8/15/2006
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Grab a lobster bib and get ready to laugh out loud with Harland Williams, as he shares his insights on fast food, technology, and that little freaky Pillsbury Dough Boy. From fingernails to flapjacks, dating to deep fried delicacies, Harland serves up insight in massive spoonfuls. Filmed at the historic El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, this is one comedy show guaranteed to satisfy all types of appetites for laughs! Harland Williams has: been a repeat guest on Late Night TV including David Letterman, Jay Leno, and Conan O Brien. He has starred in his own stand-up comedy specials for HBO, Comedy Central, CTV, and Canadian Broadcast Company. Other TV credits for Harland Williams include his own sitcom SIMON (WB), as well as a co-starring role on THE GEENA DAVIS SHOW (ABC), and appearences on MY NAME IS EARL and LAS VEGAS (both NBC) Appearances on the big screen include BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE, DUMB AND DUMBER, SOMETHING ABOUT MARY, DOWN PERISCOPE, and SORORITY BOYS Harland has also created his first music EP entitled: The Cousins, The Love Song Years currently available on CD and has the distinct pleasure of being an accomplished author and illustrator of his very own series of children s book, centering on a brontosaurus named LICKETY SPLIT -- currently producing three new books for Penguin Publishing.System Requirements:Running Time: 70 MinutesFormat: DVD MOVIE

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