David Cross: The Pride Is Back Trailer

David Cross: The Pride Is Back Trailer (1999)

18 September 1999 Comedy 55 mins

Taped in July before a live audience at the Showbox Theatre in Seattle, Cross pushes his brash humor to new extremes, offering uncensored remarks on the Virgin Mary, trendy advertising, violence in the media, airports and pornography, Dr. Kevorkian, organ donations, High Times magazine and religious fundamentalists.

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Cast

David Cross

as Himself

Molly Brenner

as Featured: Show Open

Amiira Ruotola

as Featured: Show Open

Crew

Troy Miller

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 18 September 1999

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