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Steve and Dave
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Steve and Dave in their apartment, from Grumpy Monkey
Created by
Starring
Genre
Comedy
Language English
No. of installments 17
First release Mystery of the Ewok

February 24, 2002

Latest release Hear No Evil

August 15, 2006

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The Steve and Dave series is a series of brickfilms created by and starring Nate Burr. The series follows Steve and Dave, two oddball characters who encounter even more oddball characters in their adventures. Steve and Dave is considered influential on the many "dynamic duo" or "two guys" series and films that followed.

Films Edit

The Clocktower Trilogy Edit

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Dave and Steve in front of the clock tower, from Mystery of the BoB

The first three films to star Steve and Dave became viewed as their own sub-series for sharing similar themes and for their titles all beginning with the phrase Mystery of the. They became known as The Clocktower Trilogy for all taking place in front of a clock tower. The Clocktower Trilogy as a whole won the Audience Choice award at BrickFest 2002.[1]

Mystery of the Ewok (2002) Edit

Main article: Mystery of the Ewok

A fight between Steve and Dave is broken up by a man who turns out to be more mysterious than he first appears.

Mystery of the BoB (2002) Edit

Main article: Mystery of the BoB

Steve and Dave's argument is interrupted by a strange man who falls out of the sky, known as BoB.

Mystery of the Freaky Ass Day Where Everyone Was a Robot (2002) Edit

Main article: Mystery of the Freaky Ass Day Where Everyone Was a Robot

Steve and Dave come into possession of a book that grants wishes and, despite BoB's concerns, soon turn themselves into giant robots.


The Game Edit

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BoB beats Dave at Pong, from The Game

Main article: The Game

The Game is a film in two parts set in a games arcade. The first part primarily shows a game of Pong, but features Dave, BoB and Steve in the last scene. The second part follows immediately from the first and directly continues a conversation between Dave and BoB. The two parts were made and released within a week of each other. The first part was included in the German PONG.mythos Art Exhibition in 2006.[2][3]

The Game (2002) Edit

Dave and BoB play Pong, and BoB wins easily. Dave questions whether BoB is cheating.

The Game part 2: The Doggie (2002) Edit

BoB and Dave discuss a prior agreement following Dave's defeat. Steve and Dave's friend Peter arrives with a large purple animal that he claims to be a dog.


The Freak trilogy Edit

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Steve spots a freak, from Uber-Freak

Main article: The Freak

The Freak Trilogy is a series of three films about abnormal LEGO figures or knock-off brand figures. The first film in the series only features Steve and Dave for a single-line cameo at the end, but can be viewed as a Steve and Dave film due to its inclusion in a montage of their previous adventures in Christmas with Bluntmation. The next two films feature Steve in a central role, though Dave does not appear in either of them. Each film in the trilogy was produced within one day[4][5] and the second film, UBER-FREAK, was produced in just 10 minutes.[6] The Freak films were the basis of the film Evening Report by Nick Maniatis, which depicts a news report about the treatment of freaks and features a brief appearance from Steve.[7]

The Freak (2002) Edit

Steve and Dave witness a freakish-looking man being persecuted and attacked by various people, eventually revealing himself to actually be evil and being approached and killed by Optimus Prime. Steve announces that this was possibly the coolest thing he has ever seen.

Uber-Freak (2002) Edit

Steve witnesses a pair of extremely deformed freaks and goes to call Optimus Prime to take care of them. Optimus' gun is seen being raised to one of the freak's faces.

Hairy-FREAK (2002) Edit

A freakish-looking man with a large beard is approached by Steve, who warns him that "accidents" have been happening to freaks in the area and advises him to leave. He is then run over by a small version of Optimus Prime, whom Steve christens "Mini-Optimus".


Christmas with Bluntmation (2002) Edit

Main article: Christmas with Bluntmation


Geek Out (2003) Edit

Main article: Geek Out

Steve hypothesizes about the poor aim of Stormtroopers, before receiving an unexpected item.

The White Ninja (2003) Edit

Main article: The White Ninja

A ninja breaks into Steve and Dave's apartment, looking for their magic book.

Grumpy Monkey (2004) Edit

Main article: Grumpy Monkey

Steve enjoys a moment alone in a park, but is soon interrupted by a talking monkey.[8]

Hellephone (2004) Edit

Main article: Hellephone

Steve is advised not to answer the phone while maintenance is being performed on the line.[9]

Sai the Magic Word (2004) Edit

Main article: Sai the Magic Word

All Hallows Steve (2005) Edit

Main article: All Hallows Steve

It is Halloween and Steve and Dave have still not found a new place to live, so Dave's parents allow them to stay at their house, as long as they hand out candy to the trick-or-treaters. That night, the trick-or-treaters begin to arrive at the door and Dave answers, but they are rude and quick to threaten to egg the house. When it is Steve's turn to answer the door, he scares away the children by dressing as a Catholic priest.[10]

No Evil trilogy Edit

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"Is Dave dead?", from the No Evil films

The day after the release of All Hallows Steve,

See No Evil (2005) Edit

Main article: See No Evil

Steve and Dave experience a power cut in Dave's parents' house. Dave attempts to reset the fuse box, but receives an electric shock and is launched outside onto the road. It is not made clear whether he is alive or dead and the film ends on a cliffhanger.

Hear No Evil (2006) Edit

Main article: Hear No Evil

Dave is in hospital in a coma after being electrocuted. Steve attempts to wake him up by talking to him nicely, before eventually hitting him repeatedly with the IV stand. Meanwhile, Dave finds himself in a white expanse with the grim reaper and an angry monkey, and is told that it is the waiting room for coma patients. The grim reaper tells him he can return to his body by walking through a nearby door, and so Dave wakes up in the hospital room. Dave starts babbling about seeing dead monkeys, and Steve declares him to be back to normal.

Other Films Featuring Steve and Dave Edit

While several other brickfilms have featured Steve and Dave, they are not considered a part of the Steve and Dave series, either because they are cameos, such as Hallowieners, or Steve and Dave are pulled out of their normal environment, such as Repugnant.

Donnie the Mobster: Trouble at School! (2002) Edit

In this brickfilm by Nick Maniatis, Steve pops out of a box to pick on a kid who is having a problem with being bullied at school.

Evening Report (2002) Edit

In this brickfilm by Nick Maniatis, a news report considers prejudice against freakish members of the community (referencing The Freak films). Steve is among those asked his opinion on freaks, to which he says he doesn't have a problem with them.

Good Company (2002) Edit

Main article: Good Company

In this brickfilm by Nick Maniatis, Steve appears as a motorcycle rider who assists the main character, Marlow. Nate Burr stated that he considered Steve to be "acting" in this role.[11]

A Clone Blunt War (2003) Edit

At the end of this film mocking a troll, Steve and Dave appear in bizarre costumes and Steve says that he will be picking the new year party costumes next year, though Dave does not see a problem with them.

Out of Time (2003) Edit

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Dave and Steve on the newspaper from Out of Time

Main article: Out of Time

In this brickfilm by Chris Salt, Dave and Steve appear on the front page of a newspaper underneath the headline "TWO HELD IN REALITY BREAKDOWN PROBE", with the subheading "Bearded man denies alll knowledge".[12]

Repugnant (2004) Edit

In this parody of Jay Silver's Rapunzel, Steve (taking the place of the knight) arrives at Rapunzel's tower and calls for her to let down her hair, but sees that she is a long-dead, decomposing skeleton. He blames his late arrival on his horse, who wanted to see the crusades. This film was produced alongside and released at the same time as RP2020 by Nick Maniatis, with these two films starting the Rapunzel parody trend.[13]

Hallowieners (2004) Edit

Main article: Hallowieners

In this brickfilm by Dave Wardell, Steve and Dave appear at a Halloween party dressed as Batman and Spiderman respectively, and argue over which superhero would win in a fight.

References Edit

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