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Andrew Dice Clay: One Night with Dice (1987)

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Before his first HBO special The Diceman Cometh and his feature-film debut in The Adventures of Ford Fairlaine, Andrew Dice Clay perfected his act along the comedy club circuit. This rare ... See full summary »

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Before his first HBO special The Diceman Cometh and his feature-film debut in The Adventures of Ford Fairlaine, Andrew Dice Clay perfected his act along the comedy club circuit. This rare early performance from Philadelphia's Comedy Factory Outlet takes you back to Dice's roots as the original "hoodlum of humor" with a look at the early career of this groundbreaking, hardcore comic. Written by Anonymous

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Pretty good stand-up
23 October 2003 | by (Ft. Worth, TX, USA) – See all my reviews

There was a time where I was getting really interested in stand-up comedy videos and started searching out the nastiest ones first. I picked this one up not just because of Andrew "Dice" Clay's reputation, but even more so because this one had a guarantee to offend on the box. Though I did disagree with some of his airheaded comments about a lot of people, it didn't exactly offend me either because I knew this was a stand-up comedy act. I kicked back and laughed for the entire running time. In the world of Andrew "Dice" Clay, everyone is a target. The human race is a splattered piece of crap, so we might as well take it in stride and make a great joke out of it. While many have viewed Clay as a damaging, hateful person (which he does look like), they do tend to forget that these are comedy shows, and this is a funny one at that. I would also recommend "Sam Kinison: Family Entertainment Hour" (where someone in the audience is forced to take off a Dice shirt!) and the George Carlin videos, too.


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