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Everything You Know Is Wrong (1975)

"Dogs flew space ships! The Aztecs invented the vacation! Men and Women are the same sex! Our forefathers took drugs... See full synopsis »
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Philip Austin ...
Happy Harry Cox / Bob Hind / General's wife / Tom Jefferson / Reebus Cannibus / Medicine show actor
Peter Bergman ...
Ben Franklin / Prof. Bowman / McGog brother / Pat Hat / Buzz Crumbhunger / Maj. Chuck / Training film narrator
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Sherrif Luger Axehandle / NURGI Clockwork Film narrrator / Prof. Archer / Art Wholeflaffer / Gen.
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Limb Ashauler / Martian voices / Sam Evans / Beaulah Bell / Nino the mind-boggler / Bunny Crumbhunger / Gen. Curtis Goatheart / Colonel

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The entire soundtrack (except for the music used in the closing credits) is the comedy album of the same name. The film itself is simply lip-synched to the original recording. See more »

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Classic Firesign Theatre
13 November 1998 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This not so much a real movie, but the Firesign Theatre lip-synching along to one of their all-time best comedy albums (and since the album is currently out-of-print, the film is invaluable). Taking a satirical swipe at ('70s) new age beliefs, U.F.O.s, and revisionist history, it has (surprisingly) not dated one bit. Plus, the Firesign Theatre, a comedy recording troupe, put out few films during their career. This one is the best, with all four members essaying several roles. Plus, the cinematographer went on to shoot "E. T." for Speilberg!


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