| Comedy, Short
A parody of 1950s corporate/industrial films, commissioned by Universal Pictures executives after the studio's purchase by Seagrams, and featuring cameos by many stars and directors.
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David Zucker and Jerry Zucker were originally hired to write and direct this short but did not have time to do it so they offered it Trey Parker. It was not until the first day of filming that Parker learned that there was no script. The Zuckers had assumed that he would write it. Parker and and Matt Stone quickly came up with the ideas for each scene less than a hour before filming them.
We also have MCA Records, with rap stars like Heavy D.
Heavy D: Golly... It sure is nifty to be a part of the Universal family. I mean, jeepers, everybody there is just... swell. Golly-willikers... How could I ever go anywhere else? And I mean this.