D.C. Follies 2 Seasons 1988

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4. Freddy Krueger's Nightmare - Dan Quayle Elected President TV-NR

Just when Dukakis thought that his White House career would never become a reality, he lands a job as Bush's chauffeur. During Freddy Krueger's visit to D.C. Follies, he awakes from a nightmare in which Quayle almost became president. Freddy also has a heart to heart talk with Fred about Freddy's concern of being remembered as evil incarnate. Arafat's terrorist mind is faced with a dilemma about finding property to bomb that he doesn't already own. As Ronnie's plans to leave the White House get closer, he once again considers a career as an actor when he reads for the "Ronnie-mooners." Fred's "Cars to English Dictionary" saves the day for Bette Midler's car search. Reagan becomes sentimental about leaving office when he decides to run again....this time as Governor of Massachusetts.

Starring:
Fred Willard, Robert Englund
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 6, 1988

Freddy Krueger's Nightmare - Dan Quayle Elected President

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Starring Fred Willard, Robert Englund
Season year 1989
Network MGM
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Kindle Customer on January 23, 2011
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The Croft puppets come to life in this series. A little corny, but for the 80's was pretty funny. I still love it! The puppets are very well done and the voices are spot on.
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