News: Stand up comedy DVD sale

Image Entertainment is expanding April Fools Day to a whole month of laughs. The independent DVD supplier has discounted 48 of its comedy DVDs and Blu-rays on Amazon, including stand up by such comedians as Jeff Dunham, Daniel Tosh, Kevin Hart and Gabriel Iglesias.

Most of the DVDs normally sell for around $15 but are on sale for around $7.

Louis C.K.: Chewed Up

Louis C.K.: Chewed Up

Other comedians whose performances are included in the sale are Louis C.K., Kathleen Madigan, Katt Williams, Bill Engvall and Craig Ferguson.

Among the discounted DVDs are:

Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity, the second live-performance DVD by the ventriloquist and his puppets, including the purple monkey Peanut and the Mexican chili pepper Jose Jalapeno

Gabriel Iglesias: Hot and Fluffy — Live From Bakersfield, featuring Comedy Central’s Comic of the Year

Kathleen Madigan: Gone Madigan, with the award-winning comedian talking about politics, American culture and her family

Louis C.K.: Chewed Up, in which the comedian rants about milk, housecats and fatherhood, among other subjects

Ron White: You Can’t Fix Stupid, in which White explores marriage and offers advice on picking a spouse

Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security, starring the Oscar-winning actor in a 2002 stand up performance

and Katt Williams: Live, featuring the comedian who played the fast-talking pump Money Mike in film Friday After Next.

The sale also includes a DVD that will be released by Image on April 12, Whitney Cummings: Money Shot, in which the comedian covers the differences between men and women and how they behave in relationships.

Image’s sale runs through the end of April.

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