• Knee to the Groin

  • By: Pablo Francisco
  • Length: 43 mins
  • Performance
  • Release date: 12-16-99
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Uproar Entertainment
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.6 (18 ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

Arizona-based comedian Pablo Francisco makes people laugh with his high energy and his off-the-wall impressions in Knee to the Groin.
Francisco not only does great impressions, but invents them. He does a "Latino Pauly Shore" and "Spanish Jerry Seinfeld", which you recognize as soon as you hear, whether or not you understand Spanish. Later on, he will recreate an R&B "slow jam" complete with drum machine beats. Other subjects for his humor include the fierceness of Mexican women and the songs in animated Disney movies.
Francisco’s stand-up is the perfect treat for comedy fans who like impressions and zany personas like Robin Williams.
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Publisher's Summary

Twenty-something Tucson native Pablo Francisco has a natural ability to create vividly funny living pictures that will have listeners in stitches. He brings forth strikingly authentic, off-the-wall sound effects and brilliant impressions (imagine Spanish versions of Jerry Seinfeld, Johnny Carson, and Ed McMahon). In this live performance, you'll hear grimly narrated action-movie previews, with Arnold Schwarzenegger as a tortilla vendor targeted by the mob, a hilarious spoofing of those intensely melodramatic Telemundo soap operas, and what Denny's would be like if the waiters were male exotic dancers.
Francisco was nominated for Best Male Stand-Up Comic by The American Comedy Awards.
©1997 Uproar Entertainment (P)1997 Uproar Entertainment
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