Jack Cody has always wanted to enter the world of the Superfights, a free fighting tournament. One night, he rescues a girl from a mugging and he becomes a national hero. Then, he is ... See full summary »
When a rookie filmmaker with the unfortunate name Alan Smithee realizes he's an unwitting studio puppet, being forced to make a big-budget action movie, he knows is horrible, he steals the master reels and tries to make a deal.
A modern day tale that starts with young Madame Butterfly emerging from the ashes of the atomic bomb in Nagasaki. A subtle meshing of reality and fantasy brings to the screen a visual orgy of modern ballet, opera and narrative film-making.
A bright assistant D.A. investigates a gruesome hatchet murder and hides a clue he found at the crime scene. Under professional threats and an attempt on his life, he goes on heartbroken because evidence point to the woman he still loves.
The Phantom, descendent of a line of African superheroes, travels to New York City to thwart a wealthy criminal genius from obtaining three magic skulls which would give him the secret to ultimate power.
The Cotton Club was a famous Harlem nightclub. This is the story of the people who visited this club as well as the people who ran it, and the film is generously peppered with the jazz ... See full summary »
According to the episode "Wedding Belles", Puss Puss is female. See more »
In "The French Take Woodland," Jacques Chirac calls a poker hand with three 9s and two queens a full house, "queens over nines"; similarly, Robert Evans calls a hand with three 9s and two kings "kings over nines." In proper poker terminology, the three of a kind is "over" the two of a kind. Therefore, the two hands described should be called "nines over queens" and "nines over kings." See more »
[after Martha Stewart leaves, Puss mews angrily]
Yeah, Puss. With a capital "C".
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Closing credits include the following disclaimer: All characters and events are fictional. Celebrity voices are impersonated but not Robert Evans, who is voiced by Robert Evans, who may or may not have slept with your wife. Program may contain coarse language and or adult situations and or childish situations. See more »
Horrible attempt at parody humor. Some good one-liners, but they are so far and few inbetween that my entire dorm complex was out in the hall-way bashing the pilot episode. Interesting animation technique, but poor content. Only redeeming feature is the Puss-Puss cat. Watching him was somewhat entertaining. The butler cannot create a laugh to save his frail little body. Robert Evans may have a good voice, but but his show will not.
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