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Exclusive: GhettoPhysics TV Spot

GhettoPhysics is a fascinating expose from directors E. Raymond Brown and William Arntz that examines the interplay between pimps and hos, and how their relationship has become the simplest expression of power, as reflected in today's world of politics. We have your first look at this insightful new movie, which you can check out in our exclusive TV spot below. We also have exciting information on how your own song can be included on the soundtrack in the GhettoPhysics Soundtrack Contest:

Exclusive: GhettoPhysics TV Spot

GhettoPhysics Soundtrack Contest - where you, the fan, can create a song that becomes a part of the soundtrack!

Prizes include:

1st Place - $2,500 and your song becomes part of the soundtrack

2nd Place - $1,000, iPad and your song becomes part of the soundtrack

3rd Place - $500 and Tickets to the Premiere and your song becomes part of the soundtrack

Thousands of fans and those
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Interview: Comedian Robert Klein Gets a Leg Up on Latest HBO Special

Chicago – “I can’t stop my leg” is the lyric to Robert Klein’s most famous comedy song, and the venerable stand-up comedian still keeps the laughs coming with his brand of observational hilarity. With a career spanning over 45 years, Klein still knocks ‘em dead on his latest HBO Special, “Unfair and Unbalanced.”

Klein’s roots in comedy are right here in Chicago, having spent a year with The Second City improv troupe in 1965 (he auditioned with Fred Willard). On returning to his native New York City, he started doing stand-up, which led him to his big break on a 1970 summer replacement TV show called “Comedy Tonight.”

Symphony for the Comic: Robert Klein in the HBO Special, ‘Unfair and Unbalanced’

Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/HBO

He then had several successful comedy albums, including “Child of the Fifties” [1972] and “Mind Over Matter” [1974], which skewed the escalating Watergate scandal of the time.
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