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The Vic & Helen show :

first series.

Bibliography Information:
Material Type:DVD Video
Collection:DVD Video
Call Number:DVD FICTION Vic
Title:The Vic & Helen show :
Remainder of title:first series.
Personal name:Thripp, Richard.
Statement of responsibility:Written by & starring Richard Thripp. Technician: Richard X. Thripp.
Coordinated Info:Year: 2007 / ISBN Unavailable
124 minutes / Value: $5.00 / PG (equiv.)
Reference and Record Number: 93
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Barcode #DescriptionStatusStatus DateDue Back
 30030081   [added: 2008-07-24 21:29:33]  On Shelf  2008-07-24 21:29:33   

Front Cover

Back Cover


Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Humor
Subject:Comedy
Subject:Marriages
Subject:Women
Terms of availability:124 minutes
Edition statement:1st ed.
Place of publication:Ormond Beach, FL
Name of publisher:Richard Thripp
Date of publication:2007
Summary or note:Quotes from back cover:

Helen: "Passion? I only wear these sun glasses to cover up the dark circles beneath my eyes from crying myself to sleep every night over you Vic!" /

Vic: "Cry yourself to death as far as I'm concerned. I'm not just here to satisfy your 'feminine needs, I'm also here for myself. I've got my life to live too you know!" --

Online at http://youtube.com/richardthripp
Purchase price:5.00 / PG (equiv.)

Talk about bibliography #93. 3 Comments so far. RSS feed.

  1. Aynonymous at 2008-09-16T20:11:

    This Show is Wacko, But Funny!

  2. JT at 2008-11-09T17:19:

    Aynonymous was Me! 🙂

  3. JT at 2008-11-09T17:20:

    Visit vicandhelen.com for more funny, short clips! 🙂


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