E45 – Tammi, ‘Tos, and Turkeys (Mentos Commercial, The Trouble with Girls, ThanksKilling)

July 24, 2019

On this episode of The Improv Punch Up we have the Virtuous Victoria Luloff! This week we see a classic Mentos commercial getting updated with a body horror twist, Mrs Bix ditches Elvis to solve a murder from the 1969 classic “The Trouble with Girls”, some teens confront a “sheriff” in disguise, and through that we address some PRESSING RUMOURS you may have heard about our podcast. 

 

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Mentos Commercial – Pinstripe Suit

Source: Jan Haluza

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Produced by: Mentos Owned by Perfetti Van Melle

 

The Trouble With Girls – Miss Bix?

Source: TimothySideburns

 

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Directed by: Peter Tewksbury

Written by: Arnold Peyser, Lois Peyser, Day Keene & Dwight

Produced by: Lester Welch

Starring: Elvis Presley & Marlyn Mason

Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

 

Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

 

ThanksKilling – Turkie Wears The Sheriff’s Face

Source: ThanksKilling

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Directed by: Jordan Downey

Written by: Brad Schulz, Tony Wilson, Grant Yaffee, Kevin Stewart & Jordan Downey

Produced by: Kevin Stewart & Jordan Downey

Starring: Wanda Lust, Chuck Lamb, Ryan Francis, Aason Carlson, General Bastard, Lance Predmore, Natasha Cordova & Lindsey Anderson

Production Company: In Broad Daylight Films

Distributed by:  Gravitas Ventures & Warner Bros. Pictures

 

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