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Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Having lost a bet with documentarian Errol Morris, Werner Herzog eats his shoe.

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Actors: Werner Herzog,

Directors: Les Blank

Release date: Dec. 01, 1980

Country: USA

Duration: 20 Min.

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