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Harvey Birdman (voice)
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Phil Ken Sebben (voice)
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Peanut (voice)
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Peter Potamus (voice)
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Debbie / Clerk (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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Welcome to Sebben and Sebben, new employee! In this eleven and a half minute romp through the halls of everyone's favorite fake animated law firm you'll learn what makes working here so special. And that's not even including our unique approach to sexual harassment training. Written by Anonymous

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16 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Narrator: Sebben & Sebben is one of the most successful law firms in the country. But Sebben & Sebben is so much more. More potent and powerful... and frightening.
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excellent parody of employee orientation
1 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sebben & Sebben New Employee Orientation Training Film (11 min). An excellent parody of new employee training videos with the look of classic academic films - like the one about hygiene which in grade school, we'd have to watch in the gym after lunch if the weather was too bad to go outside for recess. The characters relate to office politics and the typical corporate milieu found in large corporations.

Industrial films for training, meetings, and marketing share a similar appearance and feel. The content of this film helps laugh off the every day suffering employees must endure in over-controlling company management.

Truly inspiring company and mission statement.

John Sebben


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