Mockumentary web series written and directed by Joseph D. Hollabaugh and produced by Hollabaugh Films. Super-Unemployed Friends. They are Super. They are Friends. They are Unemployed. Super-Unemployed Friends. Written, directed, and edited by Joseph D. Hollabaugh and produced by Hollabaugh Films. A mockumentary on the economy. Four super-heroes struggle to make ends meet in a down economy. Super-Unemployed Friends is a non-profit film for private use only, and is not for sale or resale. It is strictly for the promotional use of the filmmaker. It is in NO way endorsed by Warner Brothers or DC Comics nor is it intended to undermine or compete with any existing or forthcoming material. Super-Unemployed Friends is created for fun and should not be sold, rented or used for anything of the sort. Hollabaugh Films and Joseph D. Hollabaugh (Joseph Hollabaugh) make no claim to any of the characters, locations, storyline, props, costume designs, logos, names or situations that are trademarked, copyrighted or otherwise protected by the federal, state, international or other intellectual property law. This film is produced solely for the personal enjoyment of the cast, crew and any other DC comics fans. No copyright infringement is intended or implied. I do not own the copyrights to the song "Here I go Again," by Whitesnake. I do not own the copyright of the DC Comics characters portrayed in this series. No copyright infringement is intended or implied. A not-for-profit web series. **Copyright Statement**
This video is not intended to infringe any copyright laws in any way. This is for the sole purpose of entertainment; no profit is gained from this. It is the copyrighted property of its respective owner(s).
Whitesnake - Here I Go Again
from the 1982 release: Saints & Sinners
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