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Doctor Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce (1986)

| Comedy, Musical | Video 1986
A montage of sketch comedy and music videos.

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A montage of sketch comedy and music videos.

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This release is the 2nd compilation of material from the series "Television Parts" (the 1st being "The Television Parts Home Companion"). See more »

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Performed by Jim Stafford
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The Doctor Is IN!
20 March 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Michael Nesmith has an eye, a feel for comedy. Merely saying that he is easily the most talented of the Monkees is an insult. And here stands the proof.

Doctor Duck's is a sequel to Nesmith's earlier "Elephant Parts", and, like that earlier work, this is a compilation of short comedy sketches and music videos, showcasing then up-and-coming talent, including the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, and Garry Shandling. It's fast paced, well shot, well edited, and it should have received more attention than it did on release. Nesmith's dry wit, impeccable timing and attention to detail make this the shortest 90 minute video you'll ever see. This is Nesmith's medium, and I sincerely hope that he someday returns to delight us further....


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