Rock 'N' America (1984– )

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Syndicated 1980's music video show that featured comedy sketches in between videos.

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Credited cast:
Rick Ducommun ...
 Host (as Rick Dukeman)
Joe Simon
Frazer Smith ...


Syndicated 1980's music video show that featured comedy sketches in between videos.

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music video | sketch comedy | See All (2) »


Comedy | Music





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May 1984 (USA)  »

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18 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

Rockin' America rocks! I loved this late night video show, it's one of my fondest memories of the 1980's! Frazer Smith AKA "The Fraze" was a great iconic 80's host with his Devo shades, skinny ties, and New Romantic suits.

My favorite episode was the detective parody where Fraze was, "Frazer Smith: Private Dick." And who can forget show staples like the Party Vikings and the infamous show catch phrase, "Cheeselog!" I even dug the opening theme song! Fraze, we miss ya, buddy!

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