Four on the Floor (1985– )

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A comedy sketch show starring the Canadian comedy troupe, The Frantics.

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Paul Chato ...
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"Four on the Floor" was a series of half-hour episodes consisting of various sketches written and performed by "The Frantics", a Canadian comedy troupe featuring Dan Redican, Paul Chato, Peter Wildman, and Rick Green. One series of sketches was about a guy called Mr. Canoehead, who became a superhero and crime fighter after having been struck by lightning while portaging his aluminum canoe... Written by Anonymous

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1986 (Canada)  »

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Boot to the Head!
31 March 2000 | by (Winnipeg, Canada) – See all my reviews

Long before "22 Minutes", "Kids in the Hall" and "CODCO", the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation wet it's sketch-comedy feet with The Frantics' "Four on the Floor". Crudely made simplistic plotlines were made into genuinely laugh-a-second sketches with the incomparable talents of Peter, Rick, Paul and Dan. The Frantics first made the national scene on radio, and the move to television was more an experiment than anything. But for it's single season run, they sure put on a show. Highlights included Peter Wildman's songs ("Carsick" leaps immediately to mind) and Mr. Canoehead, who in one memorable sketch, foiled a pair of fur thieves by disguising himself as a giant beaver. And if that isn't classic Canadian comedy, I don't know what is. I miss these guys.

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