In 1997, four of America's leading African-American stand-up comedians -- Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, Bernie Mac, and Cedric The Entertainer -- joined forces for a concert tour that became one of the top money-earning attractions of recent years, consistently selling out 10,000 to 15,000 seat arenas from coast to coast. The Original Kings of Comedy captures the tour's rough and raunchy humor on film. The concert documentary was shot in February of 2000 during a two-night stand in Charlotte, North Carolina (which was the site of the tour's first date three years earlier). Spike Lee served as director. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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You will never see a more brilliant display of comedy from four different comedians with four different styles. Steve Harvey does double duty as MC and Comedian. We've added this to our permanent collection.
I have seen this video several times and laugh just as hard as if it were the first time. Before this video was produced, I went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and saw them LIVE when they were still on the Original Kings of Comedy tour. My personal favorite is Bernie Mac. His voice and expressions keep you in stitches. He keeps it "REAL." I recommend this video to anybody.