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Andrew Dice Clay

I was a big fan of The Diceman AKA Andrew Silverstein or Andy Clay before he hit it big so I have amassed a large collection of many rare appearances on VHS & DVD. Below is what I have in order by year. If you are for any or are looking to trade email me.

Wacko (1981)
M*A*S*H - Trick or Treatment (1982)
Different Strokes - My Fair Larry (5/7/83)
Dirty, Dirty Jokes - Stand Up Performance in Hollywood (1984)
Rascals Stand Up Performance (1984)
Night Patrol (1984)
Crime Story - Season 1 (1986)
The Late Show with Joan Rivers Stand-up Performance (1986)
Pretty in Pink (1986)
Rodney Dangerfield’s 7th Annual Young Comedians Special (1987)
One Night with Dice (1987)
Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)
Casual Sex? (1988)
The Diceman Cometh (1989)
MTV Video Music Awards - Banned for Life Performance (9/6/89)
Arsenio Hall Show Interview (1990)
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990)
Saturday Night Live (5/12/90)
Channel 2 News NYC on Hate Comedy with comedians talking about Dice (5/90)
In Living Color - Andrea Dice Clay (6/17/90)
The Howard Stern Channel 9 Show - Gilbert "Dice" Gottfried (8/25/90)
Dice Rules (1991)
MTV Video Music Awards - The Return (9/10/92)
Brain Smasher... A Love Story (1993)
No Apologies! Pay Per View Ad w/Dice Boxing (1993)
No Apologies! from Pay Per View (1993)
The Whoopi Goldberg Show Interview (1993)
The Howard Stern “Interview” also with Club Soda Kenny (1993)
Howard Stern E! Show (7/11/94)
No Contest (1994)
No Apologies! VHS Exclusive Intro (1994)
National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins (1995)
Howard Stern E! Show - Dice vs. Jackie Martling (8/5/96)
Howard Stern E! Show - Dice Bombs 1+2 (9/24-5/97)
Dharma & Greg - Unarmed and Dangerous (10/21/98)
I'm Over Here Now (1999)
The X Show (8/31/00)
My 5 Wives (2000)
E! True Hollywood Story (2001)
One Night at McCool's (2001)
I Love the '80s - 1980-9 (2002)
CNNfn - Stand Up Guy/Dice curses out Chernoff on live TV (11/12/03)
Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn (11/12/03)
Retrosexual: The 80's (2004)
When Stand-up Comics Ruled the World (2004)
VH1 Big in 06 Awards (12/06)
Havoc TV Promo (3/07)
Last Call With Carson Daly - Andrew Dice Clay (3/11/08)
Celebrity Apprentice - Divided into teams, the 16 celebrities must sell cupcakes to raise money for charity; power struggles erupt on the women's team, and the men confront one member who is not pulling his weight. (3/1/09)

Dice Undisputed (2007)

Season 1
Unfinished Business - Dice's home life and the goal of series - for Dice to come out of retirement and get back to playing arenas. His first step is to return to his roots, playing the Stress Factory back East. On the road we are introduced to Dice's entourage of misfits, loyal friends he's known since the old days, who often prove to be a bigger source of frustration than help as he tries to move his career forward. Ultimately, the show is a rousing success - boosting his ego. At home, his relationship with fiancé Eleanor erupts in a fight over her contact with an ex boyfriend. In the end, Dice realizes that he cares too much for her to break up over it. #101. 3/4/07
The Road Trip: Miami Dice - Without an agent (having fired nay saying Dennis Arfa), Dice has booked his own show in Miami. With Wheels out of town, Dice is once again stuck with Todd as his back up road manager. When the show in Miami falls through, Todd scores a last minute gig in Orlando, and the two drive through the night together in a "Planes Trains and Automobiles" odyssey that brings Dice to the breaking point. On a personal note, Dice meets with his father (his road manager from way back) who gives him a pep talk to keep going for his dream. Dice performs in Orlando, determined to keep his comeback going, despite the fact that the present is looking a bit like his old days of touring as a rookie. #102. 3/4/07
Dice Back on T.V. - it's Showtime? - Dice deals with his checkered TV past -- the CNN walk off , being banned from MTV, etc. Now he's back, interviewed on the Wendy Williams Experience and scheduled for a special on Showtime, his first televised stand-up performance in a decade. Back in LA, Dice races around prepping for the Showtime special, held up by many distractions, only to learn at the last minute that Showtime booked another comic. Dice's road back to the top is going to be tougher than he thinks. #103. 3/11/07
The Dice Image: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow - Dice is moving to be closer to his kids, since their mom is moving to the Valley. The process of packing up the leather jackets from his heyday strikes a chord with Dice. Is he getting too out of shape to be the Diceman? Andrew's quest to look good takes him boxing with the kids and to a hair transplant consultation with Eleanor. The episode takes us to a fashion photo shoot with the Ecko-owned Complex Magazine where they try to trend-up his look. #104. 3/18/07
The Album Recording - Dice meets with a record executive who suggests that he get his material out to a fresh audience with a new recording -- a la Dane Cook. Dice throws out his voice rehearsing and sees a vocal coach for therapy. He meets with a hot record producer, Mike Bradford, who agrees to record his shows in Houston. The recording is a near disaster, since Mike's flight arrives moments before Dice goes on stage. Ultimately, the recording happens and Dice celebrates in a cowboy bar. A fish out of water in Houston, Dice ultimately wins over the Texas crowd by taking over the drums and playing with the local band. #105. 3/25/07
The Book Episode - Dice goes to New York to appear on Howard Stern's Sirius radio show for the first time in 10 years to bury the hatchet and build the heat that being a Stern regular can bring to his career. Nerves run high. In addition, Andrew meets with his literary agent about his tell-all autobiography only to hear that many publishers find it "barely literate." #106. 4/1/07
The Finale: The Big Show - All things come together, albeit in chaotic Dice-style, as his biggest concert in years comes together at the Hampton Beach Casino Arena (2,300 seat) outside of Boston. On the home front, Eleanor finally reaches her boiling point. Seeing that Dice's career is taking center stage, literally, and leaving no room for her, she decides to move out. Upset, but determined to push on, Dice is thrilled to hear that the concert sold out in 30 minutes. Artie Lange (from the Howard Stern Show) shares the bill, paying off the Stern relationship. Dice's son Max makes a brief stage appearance and the entourage is there to watch him hit a new high mark in his comeback - everyone but Todd, who Dice sends home after a blowout fight. #107. 4/1/07
#105 Bonus Scene - in the hotel
#106 Bonus Scene - female fan at poolside

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