Bobcat Goldthwait

comedian-turned-filmmaker

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The documentary  Call Me Lucky  profiles Barry Crimmins, a stand-up comic with a taste for sharp political satire.

'Call Me Lucky'

The documentary Call Me Lucky profiles Barry Crimmins, a stand-up comic with a taste for sharp political satire.

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A 'Happily Divorced' Couple Makes Hit TV; Sundance Shortslab

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You know Bobcat Goldthwait as the assaultively loud comic not concerned with fire safety.

Bobcat Goldthwait: World's Greatest Dad

You know Bobcat Goldthwait as the assaultively loud comic not concerned with fire safety.

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