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Neil Hamburger: The World's Funnyman [DVD] 
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In his second DVD release (see also Live at Phoenix Greyhound Park), The World's Funnyman, Neil Hamburger, clearly has a larger following in Australia, where these performances were taped, than he does in America. In Los Angeles, small, dingy nightclubs host Hamburger, the nervous, nerdy comedian who clumsily delivers one-liners about rock musicians ranging from Britney Spears to Madonna to Michael Jackson to Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain. But The World's Funnyman boasts footage of Hamburger cracking jokes at a huge music festival, and footage of his main act reveals a near-stadium-sized Sydney club packed with fans. This DVD contains two "concerts", a short, fictionalized performance in which Hamburger takes on a Malaysian crowd, some music video clips, and a Canadian documentary analyzing Hamburger's genius. Hamburger, part Jerry Lewis, and part Andy Kaufman, has a fiercely commanding stage presence despite his cultivated meek demeanor, making his talent apparent. Sometimes funny, sometimes too weird for words, Neil Hamburger is definitely a character. The World's Funnyman, released by the eternally cool Drag City, captures his poetic intricacies on film. --Trinie Dalton
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Someone said humor is tragedy plus time, but Hamburger is tragedy plus phlegm (and always heroically funny)
Please come to Richmond, VA. Neil, we need more maccaccas.
and rerelease the Zip Code Rapist stuff.