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The Skulls in Toronto 1977

Brian Goble, Gerry Useless and Joey Shithead talk about The Skulls' sojourn in Toronto in the winter of 1977, and their abandoned plan to move to London, England. (Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for

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