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'Weird Al' Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection






'Weird Al' Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection

Category: 19
All Genres: Music, Comedy
Release Year: 2003
Country: USA
Runtime:
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Jay Levey'Weird Al' YankovicFrancis DeliaJanet GreekScott NorlundMark OsborneDror SorefRobert K. Weiss
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • It's never too late to come home.

  • Writing by: Phillip M. Margolin – (novel) (as Phillip Margolin)
    Steven H. Berman – (teleplay)

    Produced by: Kyle A. Clark – producer (as Kyle Clark)
    Brian Gordon – supervising producer (as Brian J. Gordon)
    Robert Halmi Jr. – executive producer
    Larry Levinson – executive producer
    Nick Lombardo – co-executive producer
    Stephen McLaughlin – co-executive producer
    Michael Moran – co-executive producer (as Michael Moran)
    Therese Ryan – co-executive producer
    Kevin Bocarde – producer (uncredited)
    H. Daniel Gross – co-executive producer (uncredited)
    Steven Squillante – co-executive producer (uncredited)

    Cast: 'Weird Al' Yankovic – Himself / Various
    Jon Schwartz – Himself
    Tom Snyder – Himself (Tomorrow Show clip "Another One Rides The Bus") (archive footage)
    Jim West – Himself / Various
    Max Baer Jr. – Jethro Bodine (Beverly Hillbillies) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Billy Barty – Noodles MacIntosh (UHF) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Mel Blanc – Barney Rubble / Dino (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Pat Boone – Chocolate Stealer (Gump) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    David Bowe – Bob (UHF) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Peter Boyle – Jock Dundee (This Is The Life) (archive footage) (uncredited)
    Stanley Brock – Uncle Harvey (UHF) (archive footage) (uncredited)

    Music: Tyler Bates
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A down-to-earth account of the lives of both illustrious and ordinary Romans set in the last days of the Roman Republic.
    Plot: A new collection of Weird Al Yankovic's parody and original music videos, including “The Saga Begins” and “All About The Pentiums” from the “Running With Scissors” album and “Bob” from the “Poodle Hat” album.

    Movie Quotes:“>intro to the Fat video]
    Fat Man: Yo, home boy, where'ya been, man? We've been looking for you.
    Fat Man 2: Yeah. We ain't seen you around Burger World lately! So where'ya been?
    Al: Oh, you know, around.
    Fat Man 1: Want a piece of pizza? Think I got an extra piece around here somewhere…
    Al: No, that's okay, really.
    Fat Man 2: Yo, Ding-Dong. Ding-Dong, man. Ding-Dong, yo!
    Al: No, thanks, really.
    Fat Man 3:”>shoving a burger in Al's face] Yo, eat this, man. It's good for you.
    Al: I'm… not really very hungry right now…
    Fat Man 1: Hey, man, what it is with you? You on some kind of diet?
    Fat Man 2: Yeah! Is that what they teach you in that little sissy school of yours?
    Al: Back off me, man, back off!
    Fat Man 1: The question is, are you fat, or what?
    Al: Just leave me alone!
    Fat Man 1: I said are you fat?
    Al: Get off me, man! Stop it!
    Fat Man 1: You ain't down with us no more! You ain't fat! You ain't fat!
    Al: You ain't fat! You ain't nothin'! YOU AIN'T NOTHIN'!


    Crazy Credits: We know about 3 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The opening credits are spelled out on the tumblers of the flight schedule boards.

    Goofs: We know about 6 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Errors in geography: During several episodes captive birds are shown. There are Macaws and Amazon parrots from America, and cockatoos from Australia. Since the continents these birds came from were unknown to the Romans, who would not have been able to travel there and bring these animals back to Rome with them.

    Trivia: There are 24 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Rome's five acres of outdoor “period” sets comprise the largest standing set in the world, to date.
    • On 9 August 2007 a fire at Rome's Cinecitta Studios back-lot destroyed 3,000 square meters of the highly flammable fiberglass sets for “Rome” in three hours, destroying the “suburra” red-light district, Forum, temples, thermal baths, bordellos, and other buildings. It had been considered the largest open-air set ever constructed to date.
    • The series used 250 chain mail tunics (each weighing 36 pounds) – as well as 40 leather cuirasses for legionary officers.


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