• 1999
  • 1 HR 32 MIN
  • R

It takes a certain amount of screenwriting dexterity and directorial sophistication to pull off black comedy, and writer-director Tony Spiridakis and co-writer Shem B. Herman don't have either. This flat-footed farce, based on their stage play, blusters along as though vaudevillians had been hired to do a satirist's work. Penniless screenwriter Tiger (Tom...read more

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Director (1 Credit)
Producer (2 Credits)
Randy Lippert
Exec. Producer (3 Credits)
James L.D. Roser
John Bard Manulis
Samuel Goldwyn
Co-Producer (3 Credits)
Nicole Spiridakis
Assoc. Producer (2 Credits)
Joe P. Smyth
Karen Smyth
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Scott Henriksen
Editor (1 Credit)
Christopher Koefoed
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Kim Bullard
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Rusty Smith
Art Director (1 Credit)
Alexander Hammond
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Jerry Gardner
Costumes (1 Credit)
Sound (3 Credits)
Darryl Patterson
Robert Disner
Robert K. Maxfield
Make Up (1 Credit)
Trina Young
Stunts (1 Credit)
Jon H. Epstein

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