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Desc:From an episode of In Living Color, skip to 9:30
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:garbage day, In Living Color, eric freeman, last known appearance
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Comment count is 9
simon666 - 2013-08-01
From Wiki:
In 2004, the directors of Silent Night Deadly Night Part 2 tried to find him for the commentary track of the DVD release, but they were unable to track him down. Eric Freeman possibly has an uncredited appearance in the 1984 film Children of the Corn as "Israel".[3]
simon666 - 2013-08-01
I'm waiting for 4chan to call every known Eric Freeman in North Carolina and surrounding states to find this guy.

Scrimmjob - 2013-08-01
He also has a momentary spot on an episode of just the ten of us. I bet if you watched enough gay porn from the 90's you'd find him.

Herr Matthias - 2013-08-01
can't be him, his eyebrows didn't budge
Toenails - 2013-08-02
Great episode. Don't know why people would care about some no name actor that's only popular on Something Awful.

This reinforced my belief that David Allen Grier and Damon Wayans were the Batman and Robin of the 90s.

Well, not including the 90s Batman and Robin.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-08-02
David Alan Grier is an amazingly funny man and a million times funnier than any of the Wayans, but then the younger Wayans went on to have a huge career and he somehow got forgotten by Hollywood.

How does shit like that even happen?

Five stars for total obscurity of 80s iconic moments that are not iconic until 20 or 30 years later.

Prickly Pete - 2013-08-02
Or conversely, the Blankman and whatever-Blankman's-sidekick-was-named.

Modern Angel - 2013-08-02
Our local cult movie night here in Raleigh showed SNDN2 over the holidays. The organizer said that they tried to track him down to show up, since he's supposedly local, but couldn't.

Someone DID find a number that might be for him. On the other end was a woman who said that Eric was out. Caller (can't remember if it was the hosts or not) said that they were calling about SNDN2 and wanted to have him speak. Woman said she'd pass that on and have Eric call them.

Fifteen minutes pass. The phone rings. It's the woman again. She said that the caller was mistaken. Eric Freeman didn't live there and please don't call again.

There's no real epilogue there. The dude really, really does not want to talk about this movie.
exy - 2013-08-02
Gonna have to wait outside his house on garbage day.

I know, but I had to say it.

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