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DESIGNER:
Stephen Banes  
VENUE:
Hi Pointe
St. Louis
MO
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Stephen Banes 
2002-05-01 08:15:20
 
BANDS:
Shame Club



Shame Club Poster - Hi Pointe, St. Louis - Stephen Banes



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whiteyhoustonSend whiteyhouston a message :   I've always wanted to rip off the dante most dangerous man alive ad... not surprised it's been done before..   2004-01-16 16:11:07
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   kung fu drum kit of death?! 'nuff said.   2003-02-18 21:14:54
Onna Point ResearchSend Onna Point Research a message :   Count Dante. His name was John Keehan and he began teaching karate in Chicago in 1961. He legally changed his name to "Count Dante." He professed to be the most deadly man alive, and advertised as such in a variety of periodicals of the day. He was a real piece of work. In 1965 he was placed on probation after he was convicted of the attempted arson of another karate school. In 1970 he and some followers went to another martial arts school in Chicago and started a fight. When it was all over one man was killed. Spear through the throat if I remember correctly. Dante was charged with aggravated battery, impersonating a police officer and criminal damage to property. Dante died from bleeding ulcers in 1975 or 1976.   2002-09-27 09:20:29
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Count Draco or Drago...I think.   2002-08-21 22:44:37
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i've heard great stuff about 'the electric'. i need to check them out.   2002-08-07 07:34:04
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   hey, alright! a st. louis poster that's kinda cool. neta!   2002-08-07 07:33:28
FinchSend Finch a message :   This kung-fu guy was in an ad that appeared in practically every comic book I bought growing up.
I can't believe I'm just now seeing him on a poster.
  2002-08-07 07:22:06
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