Lewis Black: Taxed Beyond Belief Trailer

Lewis Black: Taxed Beyond Belief Trailer (2002)

01 January 2002 Comedy, Factual 22 mins

Lewis Black hosts this comedic documentary about the US income tax system. Set at St John’s University, Lewis, as Professor Black, teaches a ‘Taxes 101’ course to students which highlights the utter stupidity of our tax system. Lessons are supplemented with interviews with a New York City accountant, Bob Dole, John McCain and Larry King.

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Cast

Lewis Black

as Professor Black

Bob Dole

as Himself

Larry King

as Himself

John McCain

as Himself

Crew

Hank Gallo

Hank Gallo Executive Producer

Lewis Black

Lewis Black Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2002

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