60 Spins Around the Sun

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Released 2003

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60 Spins Around the Sun

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Director:
Laura Kightlinger
Released:
2003
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60 Spins Around the Sun is a 2003 comedy documentary directed by the Saturday Night Live alumni Laura Kightlinger and produced by famous comedian and actor Jack Black. It documents the work of the stand up comic Randy Credico. His humor was political, confrontational, and candid. Randy's humor tanked with audiences and Randy eventually become an activist for various political causes such as fighting against the draconian Rockefeller drug laws of New York. The documentary features interviews with Credico's peers and ex girlfriends (Vanessa Hollingshead is one), who all give illuminating insight into Randy's admittedly crazy life. Randy proves that that one ordinary citizen can make a big change in the world. Randy Credico was born on July 5th, 1954
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