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The Tromaville Cafe

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The Tromaville Cafe

The Tromaville Cafe was a television program broadcast by the BBC in the United Kingdom from 1997–2000 that would regularly showcase classic Troma films.[1]

Episodes of the show have appeared on numerous DVD releases from Troma and is one of the most sought out television shows in their library. The episodes were known for their cheap quality and off-colour humour, which was and still is today rare for a television sitcom. The show featured Lloyd Kaufman as himself, different actors portraying Toxie, Paul Krymse as Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D., Stephen Blackehart as Felix the French Trickster and scantily clad Tromettes(Debbie Rochon, Stephanie Stokes, Tiffany Shepis, etc.) playing waitress/action news reporters. Another regular on the show was Joe Fleishaker who portrayed Troma VP and co-founder Michael Herz.


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