A Close Shaving
|A Close Shaving|
|First appearance||"That's Lobstertainment!" (3ACV08)|
In the film, Harold Zoid plays a Decapodian barber. He sharpens his razor blades in his shop. A man walks in and says "Your finest trim, please". He takes his hat off and the barber uses his claws to cut the man's moustache off completely. The man is shocked and exclaims "You are a buffoon. Now cut my beard". The barber puts shaving foam over the man's chin and cuts his head off. The man's head bounces through the door. The barber waves the man's hat. "Sir, you forgot your hat!" The film ends with the captions "The End" and "Buy Moxie".
Cast and Crew
- Harold Zoid
- Metropolitan Holoplays
- Production studio
- A Close Shaving is a parody of silent movies of the 1920s and 30s. Its title could be an allusion to the 1995 Wallace and Gromit short film A Close Shave.