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I'm from Hollywood: Wrestling documentary about comedian Andy Kaufman's break into professional wrestling. Mainly focuses on his feud with Memphis wrestling legend, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and features interviews from his "Taxi" co-stars, announcer Lance Russell, and Robin Williams.

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Released: August 24, 1989
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Comedy Documentary
Countries: USA
Director: Lynne Margulies
Actors: Andy Kaufman Bob Zmuda David Letterman Jerry Lawler Jimmy Hart Marilu Henner Robin Williams Tony Danza

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Posted by MadBull 2 years, 5 months ago
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Hillarious! Kaufman was an out of his mind genius!

Posted by ScoobyDoobyDoo 3 years, 6 months ago
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Brilliant. Andy took the "heel" role to a whole new level by using his whit to turn the audience against him.

Posted by teteba 3 years, 6 months ago
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Yeeees man i know this guy from a movie that Jim Carrey make calle Man on the Moon but i didnīt know he was real. He looks like a funny crazy fella to me. i will keep on watching his stuff.

Posted by line6er 3 years, 8 months ago
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I'm the first one!! Andy was a genius and nobody knew it until it was too late to acknowledge it. He would do his thing so believably that at first, you'd be afraid that he was actually going crazy. Then, by the end of his smeal, you'd realize it was all a joke. When the wrestling bit started, you really thought he lost it, than you knew at the end it was all an act. Too bad the kids now don't know his comedy, there was no swearing, nor sexual tones. It was pure comedy. Nothing racial or hurtfull, just comedy. When he died, even then, you didn't know if it was an act. People actually waited for him to reappear somewhere, like Saturday Night Live, or some other podium. It took some time for people to realize that he really did die and wasn't coming back. Too bad.

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