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Bob & Doug McKenzie's Two-Four Anniversary (2007)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary, Comedy  |  20 May 2007 (Canada)
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A celebration of Canada's most famous comedy hosers.



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In 1980, the SCTV crew had a request from their broadcaster, the CBC, for distinctively Canadian content. What players Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas created was a satire of it, but Bob and Doug became so much more. This documentary tells the special tale of how the McKenzie Brothers became a sensation that would become a cherished part of Canada's self identity. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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TAKE OFF!, I found this on DVD in Vancouver BC, eh!
1 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Only true fans of Bob & Doug will enjoy this 94 minute DVD. It includes almost an hour of extras. It includes their first appearance on SCTV; their appearance on Saturday Night Live, the Junos and Hoser Parade in Toronto and rare and never-seen- footage of them. Some other features are songs "Take Off" and "The Twelve Days of Christmas", original McKenzie commercials. Q&A with Bob and Doug plus a free bottle opener! Beauty eh?. The DVD was produced by Maple & Palm Entertainment. It's funny because right after the address it says...thats in Canada eh! I swear I'm not making that up! So if you love these guys like I do; don't be a hoser, eh! go and buy it!

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