Mad Movies with the L.A. Connection (1985– )

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The L.A. Connection takes classic films and replaces the original soundtrack with a newly created one, turning an old film into a brand new viewing experience.

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Bob Buchholz ...
 Various voices (1 episode)
Connie Sue Cook ...
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Ted Davis
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Steve Pinto ...
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Stephen Rollman ...
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Kent Skov ...
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The L.A. Connection takes classic films and replaces the original soundtrack with a newly created one, turning an old film into a brand new viewing experience.

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edits + voices+ funny writers= CLEVER!!!!
5 November 2002 | by (Tampa, Florida) – See all my reviews

This mid-80's funny show went beyond the simplistic making fun of a film as we watch i.e. MS3000. They didn't just use bad movies to make fun of they also used classics such as Cyrano and Shock. They edited the films to fit a unique story and told it with voice over characters of their own creation (in 20 minutes no less) As an example: in Below the 12 Mile Reef the film in transformed from a dull story about sponge divers filmed in Tarpon Springs,Florida to Jacques Cousteau fighting sea brain poachers. In one scene a ship is burning and the authorities come to investigate- they begin questioning a frail old man named Gupeteau who tells them about his whittling when suddenly Pinocchio burst into flame. Why the show was ever canceled I have no idea- perhaps AIDS took it's toll on the L.A. Connection...who knows...it was wonderfully funny and I still have a few shows taped and would be happy to share them with anyone who has an interest. Talent should not go unnoticed nor unseen. However, my absolute favorite episode was Cyrano..the redone story about a man with a chip on his shoulder. I do not own this one but would love to get my eyes on it one day...if anyone has it for loan or sale please let me know. On the other hand if any executives out there should happen across this memo you may want to pull them out for syndication or restart the genius behind the laughs consider this format again ...hell, I'd write for you! LBJ


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