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He also directed the end sequence of 1986's " Christmas at Ground Zero " (an original piece juxtaposing Christmas with nuclear warfare ) from his Polka Party!84 This release strategy was considered by The Atlantic as a "web-enabled precision video delivery operation, and evidence of some serious digital distributional forethought" as it allows the videos to be seen by different sets of audiences for each site.Weird Al' Yankovic Returning With New Album This Summer".Rubin, Jeff (September 18, 2006)."Was 'Weird Al' the real star all along?".Latest local news from San Luis Obispo, CA The Tribune a b Raferty, Brian (September 22, 2008).In October 2016, Yankovic collaborated with the Gregory Brothers to create a music video "Bad Hombres, Nasty Women" shortly after the third debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with Yankovic singing between autotuned snippets from the candidates.
24 In 1985, Yankovic co-wrote and starred in a mockumentary of his own life titled The Compleat Al, which intertwined the facts of his life up to that point with fiction.
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To write and direct a live-action feature film for Cartoon Network.I like everybody to be in on the joke and be happy for my success.In addition to recording his albums, Yankovic wrote and starred in the film UHF (1989) and The Weird Al Show (1997).169 Yankovic cites these misattributions as "his only real beef with peer-to-peer file sharing sites If you do a search for my name on any one of those sites, I guarantee you that about half of the songs that come up will be songs.183 Subsequent to the success of Mandatory Fun, another fan-driven campaign pushed for Yankovic to headline the then-upcoming Super Bowl xlix at the highlight of the artist's career, which was noticed by many media outlets, including CNN and Wired, registered sex offenders mo though the decision for this selection.90 Jackson twice allowed him to parody his songs Beat It " and " Bad " became " Eat It " and " Fat respectively).Archived from the original on February 4, 2012.
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