On this week’s Improv Punch Up we have the Judicious Joel Garrow (GRIMprov!) This time The Undertaker and Mankind relive their Hell in a Cell match, or should we say, Driver’s License match? Captain America gets some time in the theatre and feels what it’s like for his property to be stolen, and 3 Badass dudes face the ultimate foe: NATURE!
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Below are the video clips we used in the show (these clips are not our own and were used for creative purposes) All the Rights in This Content Belong to Their Respective Owner/s.
Mankind Vs. UnderTaker: Hell In The Cell
Source: The Manuele Awesome!
Wrestlers: The Undertaker & Mankind (Mark Calaway & Mick Foley
Booker: Vince McMahon
Promotions: World Wrestling Federation
Captain America (1990) – Stealing a truck
Source: RETRO CINEMA GROUP
Directed by: Albert Pyun
Written by: Stephen Tolkin & Lawrence Block
Produced by: Joseph Calamari, Menahem Golan, Tom Karnowski & Stan Lee
Starring: Matt Salinger, Ronny Cox, Scott Paulin, Ned Beatty, Darren McGavin, Francesca Neri & Michael Nouri
Production Company: Marvel Entertainment Group, Jadran Film & 21st Century Film Corporation
Distributed by: 20/20 Vision, Columbia Tristar Home Video & Metro Goldwyn-Mayer
Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky – Shower Scene
Directed by: Lam Nai-choi
Written by: Lam Nai-choi & Tetsuya Saruwatari
Produced by: Chan Dung Chow
Starring: Fan Siu-wong, Fan Mei Sheng, Ho Ka-kui, Yukari Oshima & Frankie Chen
Distributed by: Golden Harvest
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