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Category: Gangrene

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Hello my dear friends with connections to Utah.

It is time once again for me to do a quick personal plug for our annual Comedy Short Film Festival (www.gangreneproductions.com & www.facebook.com/gangrenefilmfestival). It is only a little over a week away and I would like to encourage you to attend for a multitude of reasons (several of which I bullet-pointed last year and will now copy and paste and update where necessary).


| Posted in Gangrene

KAYSVILLE, Utah, August 8 – After seeing the Gangrene Comedy Film Festival put on 11 years of off-the-wall shows, including such antics as luchadore wrestlers, Mini Kiss, break dancing pirates, and tap dancing grannies, it’s no surprise that fans of Gangrene are scratching their heads and wondering what Gangrene will do in 2011.

“We’ve decided to go Bigfoot,” said festival board member, Ben Fuller. “They’re furry, they’re vicious, and they make us laugh. We know our fans will love it. It’s going to be all guttural grunts and chest-pounding.”


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(click image to enlarge) Introducing the first poster for our annual Agency Creative Event – The Gangrene Comedy Film Festival (designed by our own Mike Terrell). This is our 12th show and we are really excited about it. This year’s theme is “Size 12” and it will be a veritable celebration of all things Sasquatch, […]


| Posted in Chaos, Gangrene

Like so many pirates from our sordid history, Blackbeard is legend. Many people don’t even know that Blackbeard was a real pirate. The fact is, Blackbeard was one of the most notorious pirates to sail the seven seas.

Edward Teach (Blackbeard) shouted his first infant’s mewl in around 1880 in the town of Bristol, England. At an early age, Blackbeard went to sea aboard a privateer in the Spanish West Indies during the war of the Spanish Succession.


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