Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen Trailer

Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen Trailer (1988)

12 June 1988 Comedy 90 mins

Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen is a stand-up comedy concert film featuring some big name talents before they reached actual stardom. These comedians included Tim Allen, Chris Rock, Bill Hicks, Otto & George and Jackie Martling among others.

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Cast

Tim Allen

as Himself

Chris Rock

as Himself

John Fox

as Himself

Joey Gaynor

as Himself

Bill Hicks

as Himself

Monty Hoffman

as Himself

Steven Pearl

as Himself

Otto Petersen

as Himself

Larry Scarano

as Himself

Robin Quivers

as Herself / Audience Member (uncredited)

Nancy Sirianni

as Herself / Audience Member (uncredited)

Howard Stern

as Himself / Audience Member (uncredited)

Thea Vidale

as Herself

International Releases Dates

United States 12 June 1988

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