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A Tribute to Sam Kinison -- Following the tragic death of comedian-actor Sam Kinison, colleagues, friends and family produced this hysterical tribute program celebrating the life and comedy of this stand-up legend.  Featuring exclusive performances by Kinison's colleagues: Rodney Dangerfield, Pauley Shore and a truly dynamic Jim Carrey.  Also featuring excerpts from Kinison's greatest performances and routines along his all-too-short career.

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23 May 1993 (USA) See more »
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Broadcast approximately one year after the death of Sam Kinison, this special includes tributes from... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Jim Carrey ... Himself

Rodney Dangerfield ... Himself

Sam Kinison ... Himself (archive footage)
Carl LaBove ... Himself

Pauly Shore ... Himself

George Wallace ... Himself

Robin Williams ... Himself

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Elliot Abbott .... producer
 
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Sam Carlson .... stage crew
 


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