Fractured Flickers (1963– )

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Take old movies, throw away any soundtracks, and add your own voices and sound effects to create comedy masterpieces.


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Take old movies, throw away any soundtracks, and add your own voices and sound effects to create comedy masterpieces.

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1963 (USA)  »

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This was the only live action show produced by Jay Ward. See more »

Crazy Credits

The closing credits list "Executive Producer: Ponsonby Britt, O.B.E." This was a fictitious name used on all shows produced by Bill Scott after "Crusader Rabbit", always in the same position. See more »

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Great comedy, great Hans Conreid
13 April 2004 | by (Carson City, Nevada) – See all my reviews

This was the funniest program ever on television. We used watch it lying down so we wouldn't have any place to fall. My stomach would hurt from laughing after every half hour show. My favorites were: Two German Shepherds in "Froth and Foam: King of the Mad Dogs"; Stan Laurel (before he teamed with Oliver Hardy) as Sherman Oaks in "Minute Mysteries"; and the salute they made to a different U.S. city in each show. Some of their car commercials were hilarious, too. Hans Conreid was a perfect host for this, and very funny himself.

I would really like to see this program come back (as reruns). I hear a lot of criticism about TV shows from the 50's and 60's, but this show was much funnier than anything on now, or in the last twenty years.

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