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Clerks: The Lost Scene (2004)

Dante and Randall attend Julie Dwyer's wake in this animated representation of a scene never before shot for the movie Clerks. (1994)

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Dante and Randall attend Julie Dwyer's wake in this animated representation of a scene never before shot for the movie Clerks. (1994)

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Julie Dwyer's death is first mentioned in Clerks (1994) (which is why Dante and Randal are at the funeral parlor in the lost scene) and is used as a running joke in Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997) and Clerks II (2006) See more »

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[first lines]
Randall Graves: You know what I can't wait to get ahold of? Those death cards they give out here. You ever see 'em?
Dante Hicks: Would you lower your voice? People are mourning here.
Randall Graves: Holy shit! There they are, come on.
Dante Hicks: Fine. Just whatever you do, don't embarass me.
Randall Graves: If you're not already embarassed by your own sad fucking existence, then I assure you, nothing I can ever do or say is going to make you blush.
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Referenced in Death at a Funeral (2007) See more »

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A nice tie-in to the film
25 May 2005 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

This animated short, included on the tenth anniversary "Clerks X" DVD set, is a deleted scene (so to speak) that was excluded from the original shooting script of the film; in other words, it was written but never actually filmed.

Using the "Clerks" TV show animators, Kevin Smith got the original crew back to voice their characters and re-film the deleted scene -- as a cartoon.

There's a nice tie-in to "Chasing Amy" here. If you've seen that movie, Alyssa (Joey Lauren Adams) references her best friend who dies; in this scene, we view the funeral. There's some funny stuff with Randal that happens and the animation just works well as a tie-in to both series.

This has gotten some bad reviews here on IMDb but I liked it for what it was. It's pretty funny and fits into the chronological timeline of "Clerks." It's an entertaining short scene and if you ever get the DVD, make sure to watch it after the film as I'm sure you'll enjoy it for what it is.


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