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Assume the Position 201 with Mr. Wuhl (2007)

In this second installment of comedian Robert Wuhl's take on American history, "Professor Wuhl" removes the wool covering the eyes of his "students" in an attempt to challenge some preconceptions about commonly held cultural beliefs.

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Robert Wuhl
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Credited cast:
Robert Wuhl ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Louis C.K. ... Himself
Jeff Greenfield ... Himself
Erika Hamilton ... Real or No Real Actor
Mimi Karsh Mimi Karsh ... Real or No Real Actor
Manning Marable Manning Marable ... Himself (as Dr. Manning Marable)
Leah O'Donnell Leah O'Donnell ... Real or No Real Actor
Seth Rogen ... Himself
Katie Russell ... Real or No Real Actor
Sarah Vowell ... Herself
Patricia Williams Patricia Williams ... Herself
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In this second installment of comedian Robert Wuhl's take on American history, "Professor Wuhl" removes the wool covering the eyes of his "students" in an attempt to challenge some preconceptions about commonly held cultural beliefs.

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The Class You Don't Want to Cut.

Genres:

Short | Comedy | History

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 July 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Assume the Position with Mr. Wuhl: Chapter II See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

44 Blue Productions,Songlo See more »
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Robert Wuhl: The croissant was introduced into what country?
Audience: France.
Robert Wuhl: Correct! Austria! To celebrate their victory over the Turks at the Battle of Vienna, Austrian bakers decided to create a pastry in the shape of the crescent of the Ottoman flag. Crescent, croissant. Crescent, croissant. And, in fact, the croissant does not arrive in France until a hundred years later when it's brought over by a sixteen-year-old Austrian princess by the name of Kirsten Dunst.
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References The Notebook (2004) See more »

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