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Duane Benson
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Duane Benson   11/29/2012 5:00:55 AM
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405 the movie is one of my all time favorites. For some reason, I couldn't get it to play tonight, but I've see it before. I also thing that the "Air New Zealand An Unexpected Briefing" posted i another blog on this site will go down as a classic too.

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Yvon.H   11/28/2012 9:12:21 PM
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I just remembered Don Mcmillan, the funnyest technical person I've seen. :-) http://www.donmcmillan.com/

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canuck23   11/28/2012 8:29:55 PM
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A few of the great early traning videos by John Cleese.E.g., "Who Sodd You This Then?" -- preiew here http://www.videoarts.us/product/MIP5 or

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Yvon.H   11/28/2012 7:56:16 PM
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http://www.405themovie.com/

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Max The Magnificent   11/28/2012 4:34:46 PM
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I LOVE it !!! You have to watch it right through to the end :-)

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StefanHennig   11/28/2012 5:43:02 AM
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There is at least one video that comes close to the Rockwell goodie: http://youtu.be/7IgF6_jVaj8 A must for all Muppets-fans out there!

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jaadams2648   11/27/2012 10:08:15 PM
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I thoroughly enjoy being one uped or in this case two uped by Max, even though the Rockwell video is one of those oldies but goodies. When I watched the first video, I chuckled, then the second made me laugh so hard that the cold I’ve been trying to get over, came rushing back with coughing spasms. Not to worry, it was well worth it.

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