Howard Stern TV Specials, Pay Per View Specials, TV Shows and Movies
The famous story of Howard’s rise to the top. Watch as he battles both radio executives and the temptation to cheat on his wife. Directed by Betty Thomas, with Mary McCormack as Alison Stern. Great cameos by Robin Quivers and Fred Norris.
Out of print, but available in VHS format for about $10. This 1994 pay per view special features almost two hours of Elephant Boy, Daniel Carver (the KKK guy), a beauty pageant, and some busting on Michael Jackson and Jerry Seinfeld. Should also come with Leroy Neiman poster of Howard.
A must have for any real fan, the “Channel 9 shows” are another name for Howard’s weekly Saturday night bit show, which ran from 1990 to 1991 on the WOR network. About 70 shows were shot, too much killer material to go over in detail here.
Howard's 1992 pay per view special. Butt Bongo Fiesta is also out of print, but is available online. Watch Jessica Hahn, Lesbian Dial a Date, Gary in an ape suit--it’s all there. Make sure it comes with the 3D glasses! This tape also has a segment where Captain Janks goes out on a date with John DeBella's wife (long time fans will remember the John DeBella saga).
Throughout the late 80's and early 90's, Howard Stern released several TV specials to his audience as a way to show uncensored content and showcase some of the more visual bits.
All are available to buy online and make a great gift for a diehard fan.
This is Howard’s least known VHS release, from 1989. Highlights include Sam Kinison and one of Howard’s classic hypnotizing-the-chick (Kimberly Taylor) routines. Howard challenges Gary to a tennis match at Nassau Coliseum.
Howard's first VHS release from 1988. Highlights include Sam Kinison and one of Howard’s classic hypnotizing-the-chick (Kimberly Taylor) routines. Also watch Gary get his teeth capped. Make sure your copy includes the bonus poster.