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Skateboarding DVD Video Review:Thrasher's Donut Duty

Thrasher's Donut Duty - DVD Skateboarding Snowboarding skateboard snowboard DVD Video Review Five Star skateboard DVD review rating

Director: Bryce Kanights
Studio: High Speed Productions
Released: 1995
Rating: 5 Stars

Lavar McBride, Joel Lamere, Zak Hudson, Mike Judd, Mike Carroll, Josh Kalis, Jamie Reyes, Rick McCrank, Matt Pailes, Geoff Rowley, Wade Speyer, Brewce Martin, Ben Pappas, Jason Ellis, Remy Stratton, Bob Burnquist, Gershon Mosely, Eric Koston, Tommy Guerro, Max Schaaf, Willy Santos, Clyde Singleton, Marc Johnson, Tony Hawk, Ed Templeton, Ray Barbee, Phil Shao, Tom Boyle, Chris Senn, Mike Frazier, John Cardiel, Alan Petersen, Omar Hasan, Neal Hendrix, Rune Glifberg, Brian Patch, Mike Crum, Collin McKay, Chet Thomas, Jamie Thomas, Chad Muska, Dan Drehobl,Steve Alba, Jesse Paez, Peter Hewitt, Mike Vallely, Keith Hufnagle, Jim Greco, Canny Way and more...

Originally released on VHS in 1995, Donut Duty is part of Thrasher Magazine's Skate Video Collection which consists of their first 18 videos.

Who doesn't love a "cops & donut" theme? There are few things funnier than a cop with powdered sugar all over his navy blue shirt. thrasher has it nailed with their two bumbling officers who roam the city trying to evict all the skaters. Thinking they know the streets best, the 2 cops bumble from one location to the next trying to establish law and order. Good luck, guys.

Everyone is in this vid. Like most Thrasher flicks, Donut Duty is shot in a montage format with quick clips of everyone. From a contest in Germany to the Alps in Satel Switzerland for a bowl session, this is a must see video.

Frequently interspersed with the idiot cops segments, the skating and filming is top-notch. This is one hell of a box set. God bless Thrasher for putting all this together. I can't say enough good things about Donut Duty - just go watch it!

Just as you might think - kids steal the cop's car at the end of the flick.

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