Doug Benson brings his weed laced comedy to Seattle's Neptune Theater for his first ever hour long comedy special.
Not all stand-up comedy is spot-cleaned and pre-packaged for the masses. Like the legends who were born out of smokey, booze-soaked nightclubs of decades past, Doug Stanhope spews his own brand of moral outrage in an unmatched style that borders on self-destruction. Nothing is sacred, no subject off-limits and most importantly nothing is contrived. From critically acclaimed appearances at the Ed
A sheltered, intelligent college student Doug changes his life forever when he hires an underachieving driver Scott. In order to escape his oppressively loving mother, Doug agrees to go on a spontaneous road trip with Scott and his college crush Stephanie. At the height of the journey, a tragic series of events tests their bond and opens the road to self-discovery. Drugs, gambling, and romance await the three friends in this coming-of-age drama.
In "Deadbeat Hero," Stanhope tackles all of the most relevant and controversial issues of our times: Abortion, "liberty," war, whether blindly supporting the troops is a good thing, the drug war, the Alabama-Mississippi ban on dildos and other sex toys, gay marriage and priest molestations. More bizarre topics include two-head babies, his suicidal cat-lady mother, and more.
Doug Stanhope performs live in his hometown of Bisbee, Arizona, tackling an assortment of hard-hitting issues, from caring for the mentally-ill, to Vietnam vets, being locked up abroad and why everyone should kick like they kick. Watch him battle ISIS for the disenfranchised, angry youth.
Word of Mouth is Doug Stanhope's first stand-up DVD. Recorded at the Velveeta Room in Austin, Texas on May 11th, 2002.
Filmed Memorial Day weekend in 2019 at the Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas (the city where he first performed stand-up comedy) Doug Stanhope goes through a dark wealth of material, uniting topics as disparate as child fatalities, hotel chain misery, and all the things you can do in Indiana.
Doug and his pal Skeeter set's out to find the monster of Lucky Duck Lake. Though things get really out of hand when some one blurts out that the monster is real.
Named after Hitler's failed coup attempt, Beer Hall Putsch brings you deeper into acerbic comic Doug Stanhope's twisted world with his newest one hour stand-up special filmed live at Dante's in Portland.
Recorded in an abandoned factory in the Grünerløkka suburb of Oslo, Norway, this performance is as spontaneous and unhinged as anything Stanhope has ever done. Originally a sewing machine factory converted to a German WWII bunker, the setting for Oslo is anything but conventional. Whereas most comedy specials are filmed on an elaborate stage, Stanhope and Nikon Norway filled a dilapidated industrial space with lights and folding chairs, ultimately allowing the material be the focus of this release.
Doung Stanhope has traveled the world and made himself a real comedian's comedian, check him out with comedians' comedian's comedians Brendon Walsh, Morgan Murphy, and Glenn Wool in this comedy special shot during Austin, TX's South by Southwest.
While performing in Austin, Texas, all hell breaks loose when a mildly intoxicated Alex Jones (radio host and film maker) starts heckling a heckler. As tensions grow and the battle of words escalates, Doug struggles to maintain any semblance of control over his show gone wild. As the gig descends into chaos, Stanhope can clearly be heard saying jokingly "you're never opening for me again" to Jones.
When a bipolar woman commits suicide, her sister and her sister's fiancé become entangled in an attempt to discover what pushed her to the brink.
Doug Stanhope has been a stand-up comic since 1990. Recorded in Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex on July 19, 2011, this is the follow up to the widely praised Oslo: Burning The Bridge To Nowhere.
A husband and wife suffering from an undefinable defect in their relationship seek guidance from an "alternative" therapist who advises them to take a weekend vacation to Joshua Tree and drop acid together as a antidote to their problematic marriage. But not all trips go as planned.
A scholar and a genius, Douglas Paper attempts to educate the masses using only his vast ocean of knowledge and the help of his son, Ben.
Academic freedom vs. religious conservatism: How one small town university professor battles social norms and challenges students to think outside the box. When two former students charged Eastern Illinois University music professor Douglas DiBianco with sexual harassment, they set off a media firestorm in the small town of Charleston, Illinois. Described as impishly provocative, DiBianco is known to use shocking language and radical extraneous content to force students out of their comfort zones, opening them up to the possibility that art doesn't have to be pretty to be valuable. But with the threat of a lawsuit because of his morally objectionable lectures looming, Andalusian Doug examines the conflict between liberal discussions and religious conservatism in academia, whether censorship should exist within a secular university, and if DiBianco was wrongfully marginalized because of his radical teaching methods.
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.
A film by Adele Friedman
An alien kidnaps a man (Gabriel Willie) and turns him into his pet.
Doug is an American animated sitcom created by Jim Jinkins and co-produced by his studio, Jumbo Pictures. The show's plotline centers around the surreal and imaginative exploits of its title character, Douglas "Doug" Funnie, who experiences common predicaments while attending school in his new hometown of Bluffington, Virginia. The series lampoons several topics, including puppy love, bullying, and rumors. Numerous episodes center around Doug's attempts to date his classmate Patti Mayonnaise. Doug originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States of America. It, along with Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show, comprised the original three Nicktoons, premiering simultaneously on August 11, 1991 and ending on January 2, 1994. Following the acquisition of the former Jumbo Pictures by Disney in 1996, the series aired on ABC as part of the former Disney's One Saturday Morning programming block. The second series premiered on September 7, 1996, and ended on June 26, 1999 while having a feature film adaption. In 2011, the Nickelodeon series became syndicated on TeenNick's then newly debuted The '90s Are All That block.
Bob and Doug is a Canadian animated sitcom, which premiered on Global on April 19, 2009. The series is a revival of the SCTV sketch characters Bob and Doug McKenzie. The first season consisted of 10 episodes. The show was produced by Animax Entertainment. The first season premiered on April 19, 2009 and held the first season finale on June 29, 2009. A short second season of "five secret episodes" has since aired in sporadic form. The show was originally planned for development by Fox in the United States.
The Doug Crosley Show was a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1973.
Tag along with Doug Jones as he catalogues some of the most interesting and beautiful places to travel in the world!
The city state of Lisvalletta. Two suns rise above this city, and the people here live peaceful lives, but in the shadows, crime and illegal drugs run rampant. Among them is the dangerous, highly lethal drug "Anthem" which casts a dark shadow over the city. The SEVEN-O Special Crime Investigation Unit specializes in cracking down on Anthem. This unit operates in two-man "buddy" teams in what's called the "Double Decker System" to tackle the problem. Doug Billingham is a seasoned investigator, and joining him is Kirill Vrubel, whose abilities are mysterious and unknown. (Source: Crunchyroll)
Fang of the Sun Dougram is a 75-episode anime television series, created by Ryosuke Takahashi and Sunrise, and aired in Japan from October 23, 1981 to March 25, 1983 on TV Tokyo. A 1983 full-length feature film, Dougram: Documentary of the Fang of the Sun, summarized the series.
The Mike Douglas Show is an American daytime television talk show hosted by Mike Douglas that originally aired only in the Cleveland area during much of its first two years on the air. It then went into syndication in 1963 and remained on television until 1982. It was distributed by Westinghouse Broadcasting and for much of its run, originated from studios of two of the company's TV stations in Cleveland and Philadelphia.
Dough Re Mi was an American game show that aired on NBC from February 24, 1958 to December 30, 1960. The series was hosted by Gene Rayburn and was somewhat of an answer to CBS' Name That Tune, which began in 1953. Among those who substituted for Rayburn during the run were Jack Barry, announcer Roger Tuttle, Dayton Allen, Keefe Brasselle, and Fred Robbins.
Following gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas and her support system, which include matriarch Natalie Hawkins, sisters Arielle "Arie” Hawkins, Joyelle "Joy” Douglas, brother, Johnathan Douglas and grandmother Miss Carolyn, this series chronicles their journey and sacrifices as Gabby heads back to the Olympic Games and attempts a history-making performance.
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents, is a 1950s syndicated anthology series hosted and occasionally starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. The series offered Buster Keaton in his first dramatic role in the episode entitled "The Awakening". British actor Christopher Lee appeared in varied role in thirteen episodes, including "Destination Milan". The program aired from 7 January 1953 to 11 February 1957 for a total of 117 episodes. Fairbanks himself starred in forty-eight episodes. In Melbourne, Australia the series was aired under the title Chesebrough Ponds Playhouse.
Douglas Ferregui opens his intimacy, making revelations alongside guests, in this documentary series.