Click on the links below to watch some of the short films we've made over the last five years. You'll need the free Quicktime plugin in order to watch them, which can be downloaded here.

Also, a lot of these films were digitized and hosted for us by the good people of Brownfish.Com. Go check out their site for more short films than you can shake a stick at!

Best Show Ever! Trailer

A trailer for our current live extravaganza, Six Characters: Best Show Ever! featuring clips, clips, and more clips!
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Best Show Ever! Live Clip

This clip, taken from our latest live extravaganza, Six Characters: Best Show Ever! shows the Six Characters realizing their hatred for each other, going on strike, and eventually breaking up... And that happens about halfway through the play... Keep your eye on the birdie.
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The Miracle of Life

A pregnant woman in labor needs to get to the hospital. And on the way, she manages to take care of a few pesky errands.
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Brilliant!

Six Characters bold and brave statement about the end of art and better living through pie vandalism. In this short we burst into one of those snobby modern art galleries and bring the place to its pathetic knees... Vaudeville-style.
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Candair Commercial

Part of our video opus, Six Characters: Too Cancelled for TV. Check out some of our newest stuff online with this fan-favorite.
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La Triste Fumeaux

The Six Characters' award-winning love letter to the French New Wave movement (contains no actual French).
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Jim's No Good Very Bad Day

The genesis of this video piece occurred in the mid-70's when the Six Characters (who, at the time, were called the "Hot Buttered Love Biscuits") went on a "heroic journey" sabbatical with the late author-turned-guru-turned-dead-guy Terrence McKenna...
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Six Characters Cometh Introduction

In this opening movie to Six Characters last multimedia production, the characters awake in the morning to make themselves a delicious pie for breakfast... and suffer the deadly consequences!
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The Three Wise Guys in: The Domino Effect

Bred in a secret government lab from bionic insects and Douglas Fairbanks' toenail clippings, the Three Wise Guys sprang to life in 1933. Their wacky exploits helped ease America's Depression-era doldrums until 1939, when movies were resurrected by the action-packed thrill ride of World War II...
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Enter the Seth

When the Stones sang, "Ya know it don't come easy" they could have been referring to cess-pool backflow. They could just as easily have been talking about one character's journey from Wild-Man to Styled-Man, from naïve man-child to catnip for the ladies...
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The Pie Party

In creating Pie Party, the Characters set out to answer Fellini's The Clowns with a chef d'oeuvre of their own, based on their years as traveling pie salesmen. They sought to capture the dizzying heights, the pathos, the buttery goodness, of life inside a pastry van...
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The Six Characters Cometh: The Trailer

With a pace designed to induce seizures, this atomic wedgie of a trailer grabs you by the belt loops and screams, "Wake up & smell the jazz hands!"
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Bunny and Showgirl: The Babychase

It was June of 2000, and the Six were burned out on fame. The runaway success of their HBO special and live fetish show "Dante's Inferno-a-GO-GO with Tony Orlando' had blown their collective artistic wad in one brilliant shot...
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The Middle Ages, or Medieval on your Arse. (Live!)

Originally intended as a snuff film, this rare footage of the Six Characters live was re-edited for the web after all attempts to kill them onstage failed...
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