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A Hot Dog Program (1999)

Filmmaker Rick Sebak takes his cameras across the country in search of the various hot dogs people enjoy. We see the Super Duper Hot Dog stand and its variety of toppings and sauces. There ... See full summary »

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Rick Sebak (uncredited)

Writer:

Rick Sebak
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Credited cast:
Rick Sebak Rick Sebak ... Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rochelle Aytes ... Customer
Benjy Bronk ... Himself
Ruth Buzzi ... Herself
Ernest Harden Jr. ... Himself
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Filmmaker Rick Sebak takes his cameras across the country in search of the various hot dogs people enjoy. We see the Super Duper Hot Dog stand and its variety of toppings and sauces. There is an in-depth study of the Chicago-area hot dog stands, in particular the Superdawg. Other hot dog establishments in all of their shapes forms and gimmicks (think the Varsity restaurant's "WhaddyahaveWhaddyahaveWhaddyahave?") Then we come to the New York City area and Gray's Papaya and Nathan's Hot Dogs, where each has their own method of cooking and serving their franks. The annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest is also featured. Written by Chase Erwin

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Documentary

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TV-G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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1999 (USA) See more »

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i LOVE it!!!!!!!
4 July 2006 | by pixiegirl813See all my reviews

it's funny about what the person before me said about taking a road trip because i feel exactly the same way!!! you may think it's sad, but i look forward to watching the hot dog program on the 4th of July just as much as i look forward to fireworks. like a fatty tradition of sorts. i just wish i had a hot dog to go along with my watching.

it's on KOCE every year, but i think i should have bought it by now considering the fact that i always wait for it to come on. i never knew hot dogs could come in so many different ways with so many different toppings. they have to be our national pastime food, for sure. so go watch this program, have a hot dog, and spread some peace.


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