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For the first time on video you can learn Kidshow Magic from David Kaye, one on one, and watch him perform his magic show live in front of 300 children. It's called Seriously Silly Live. By watching this DVD you will
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CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS--2 DVD SET
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CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS--2 DVD SET
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CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS--2 DVD SET
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DV-0453
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What began as a documentary about children’s performers in New York City, and “Silly Billy” (David Kaye, a.k.a., David Friedman) evolved into this award winning film. This documentary "captures" the experience of a family in crisis, through the actual home video movies of the Friedmans, a seemingly average upper-middle-class Jewish family in Great Neck, NY whose world was changed disastrously when the father and son were charged with horrible crimes of child molestation in 1987. In the 1980's, Arnold Friedman was a high school science teacher who taught elementary school children computer classes in his home where his wife also ran a toddler childcare group, which made him one of the first teachers to establish a computer education curriculum for children that young. Their lives changed, however, when the U.S. Postal Service began investigating Arnold and his family, which led to the eventual charges that he and his 18-year-old son Jesse had committed dozens of acts of a sexual nature. The media saturated the airwaves with coverage of the event, but some of the best footage was shot by the family themselves...which is seen publicly for the first time in this documentary. (pre-viewed)
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What began as a documentary about children’s performers in New York City, and “Silly Billy” (David Kaye, a.k.a., David Friedman) evolved into this award winning film.  This documentary "captures" the experience of a family in crisis, throug
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