Gallagher Melon Crazy on VHS video. TV short starring Gallagher, Bill Kirchenbauer. Directed by Joe Hostettler. 1984.
From the VHS box cover:
It’s official. Gallagher, America’s most outrageous comic has gone Melon Crazy!
The first warning sign of Melon Craziness is a tendency to collect strange “melonabilia” like huge thirty foot watermelons, watermelon blimps, or three-piece watermelon suits. (And other very strange piece of melon matter.)
The second warning sign is a tendency to hang around with other crazy people like special guest comic Bill Kirchenbauer (Tony Roletti of Fernwood Tonight) who does impressions of xerox machines. And the third sign of melon craziness is the messiest Sledge-O-Matic demonstration of all time. Take home your copy today… and stand back! SPLAT!
MTV’s The Head on VHS video. Starring Gordon Barnett, Jason Candler, Patricia Bibby. Created by Eric Fogel. With Mike Judge. 1994.
From the VHS box:
At Last, A Cartoon-Super-Hero Who Really Uses His Head.
Jim (The Head) is an animated mutant super-hero with an insanely large cranium. A freak encounter left him with a problem. A big one: he’s got an alien named Roy living inside his oversized dome. Plus, he’s got the added headache of having to deal with an impending invasion of Earth by a fiendish army of evil parasitic aliens.
Jim and Roy are feverishly assembling the Anti-Invasion Machine, whose five pieces have been scattered throughout the world. Will Jim and his skull-dwelling companion have the skill to save the Earth? Only The Head knows.
Monty Python’s Parrot Sketch Not Included on VHS. Starring Steve Martin, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Carol Cleveland, Connie Booth. Directed by Ian McNaughton. 1989.
From the VHS box cover:
You look like the type we’re looking for. Warm and breathing — a perfect customer for this hilarious 20th anniversary look back at the BEST bits, pieces and gags of Monty Python foolery.
Parrot Sketch Not Included features snippets of Pythonmania never before available in the USA. And it’s packed with unforgettable moments from longtime faves like the Fish-Slapping Dance, the Ministry of Silly Walks, the Argument Clinic, World Forum and the comfy chair torment of the Spanish Inquisition.
In nature, a snake cannot have legs. In show biz, an act that’s enduringly popular has legs. Monty Python’s got ’em. However, the lads do remind you that it’s impolite to stare.