An Evening With Great Zamboni: Comic Character Answers All
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The last date listed for An Evening With Great Zamboni was Friday August 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Many years ago, Zamboni was miraculously saved from a plane crash…by the Devil. Now Great Zamboni, blessed and cursed with encyclopedic knowledge, must serve humanity by answering correctly every question put to him—the moment he encounters a question he cannot answer, the Devil will return to remand Great Zamboni to the underworld.
During this rare appearance, difficult questions will be answered, true romance will be revealed, and unexplained mysteries will be solved. Don’t miss your chance to spend a devilishly entertaining Evening with Great Zamboni; your life may depend on it.
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