"Ralphie May: Austin-Tatious"09 November 2008Comedy99 mins
Voted one of Variety's "10 Comics to Watch" in 2008, Ralphie May is a comedic force capable of making you laugh your balls off -- yes, even you ladies. As lovable as he is outrageous, this veteran comedy juggernaut and star of TV's "Last Comic Standing" keeps his sold-out audience at the histroric Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas, in a continuous uproar with his supercharged, politically incorrect stand-up.
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