EAN-130000009941274   EAN-13 barcode 0000009941274
UPC-A000009941274   UPC-A barcode 000009941274
Product NameThe Richard Pryor Show - Tv Special (1977)
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Short Description250.00 EA
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FormatDolby, Color, NTSC
  • Richard Pryor Show
  • Comedy Classic
Long DescriptionThe TV special is a strange melange of material. The premise is that Pryor is making his way to the studio in NBC where the special is being made. On the way he has ideas about what he wants to include in the special, and meets people who suggest things for it. Some of these are then shown. Presumably this is supposed to be in Pryor's imagination, though that is not clear.
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