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See where the hilarity began with Puddle Cruiser, the first feature film from Broken Lizard, the wildly irreverent comedy troupe behind Super Troopers and Broken Lizard's Club Dread. Debuting on DVD December 6 from Key Video, a label of Fox Home Entertainment, Puddle Cruiser won the Golden Starfish Award for Best American Independent Film in 1996, launching the uproarious careers of Jay Chandrasekhar (director – "Dukes Of Hazzard", "Arrested Development") and the rest of the Broken Lizard gang, including Kevin Heffernan (Sky High), Steve Lemme ("Instant Karma"), Paul Soter ("Dukes Of Hazzard") and Erik Stolhanske ("Untitled Onion Movie"). The story of an average college Joe trying to woo the hottest girl on campus away from her meat-head, rugby-playing boyfriend, Broken Lizard's earliest laugh-fest takes audiences on a wild ride through the gauntlet of things that guys will do for love and lust. The Puddle Cruiser DVD features two audio commentaries – one with director Chandrasekhar and Stolhanske and one featuring the rest of the Broken Lizard comedy team – as well as a "Rodeo Clowns" featurette that documents Broken Lizard's hilarious promotional tours for Super Troopers and Puddle Cruiser. Puddle Cruiser is available in widescreen only for a suggested retail price of $19.98 U.S./$25.98 Canada.

DVD Special Features:

The Puddle Cruiser DVD is presented in widescreen only and features English stereo with English and Spanish subtitles. Bonus materials include:

- Audio commentary by director Jay Chandrasekhar and Erik Stolhanske

- Audio commentary by Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme and Paul Soter

- "Rodeo Clowns" featurette


From Broken Lizard, the comedy troupe that brought you the outrageously funny Super Troopers and Club Dread comes the original gut-buster that started it all. The premise is simple: Felix Bean, average college Joe, has the hots for campus beauty Suzanne, only to discover that her boyfriend is a muscle-bound brute on the rugby team. His pain is everyone's gain in the riotous laughfest that you'll want to see again and again.