Sam Kinison: Breaking the Rules Trailer

Sam Kinison: Breaking the Rules Trailer (1987)

17 April 1987 Comedy 50 mins

This is a great performance. Through yelling and energetic story-telling, he talks about marriage, drugs, being arrested (thanks to his ex-wife), pleasing women, religion, and much, much more.

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Sam Kinison

as Himself

Denise Gallup

as Herself (uncredited)

Dian Gallup

as Herself (uncredited)

Hugh Hefner

as Himself (uncredited)


Bill Kinison

Bill Kinison Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 17 April 1987

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