Wannabe filmmakers Phillip Fellini (Sam Maccarone) and Forrest Fonda (Preston Lacy) think they've found the subject of a lifetime when they meet a cave-dwelling, beer-swilling Missouri backwoodsman named Lucky "Cucumber" Cavanaugh (Dian Bachar), rumored to be the unluckiest man alive. But when Lucky's fortunes begin to turn, he and the filmmakers end up on a wild adventure in a comic mockumentary.
Original drama series from Russell T Davies exploring the passions and pitfalls of 21st century gay life, beginning with the most disastrous date night in history.
Children's Underground Club of United Moose and Beaver for Enthusiastic Reporters or Cucumber, was a TV show produced by TVOntario in the 1970s, and repeated in the 1980s during TVOntario's daytime kids' programming. The show featured a human-sized moose and beaver often reporting from a treehouse. By sending in a story or some artwork to the show, one could become a member of the Cucumber Club. Some notable people appeared on the show: ⁕A young John Candy guest starred as a character named Weatherman ⁕A young Martin Short guest starred as a character named Smokey the Hare ⁕An interview featured a nine-year-old Jeff Healey.