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Cast (feature film)

Wrecking Crew, The (2008)
Collectively, their roster of hit songs is unmatched in the recording industry, numbering in the hundreds and spanning decades. They've been instrumental in helping a diverse array of popular artists on their path to stardom - from The Beach Boys to Frank and Nancy Sinatra; from The 5th Dimension to
Mask (1985) as Drunken Biker
A lady biker and her deformed son try to lead normal lives.
Vice Squad (1982) as Drunk
A woman who turns to prostitution to support herself and her young daughter assists a vice squad in catching a murderer.
Private Eyes, The (1980) as Tebit
Two idiots are called in to investigate a double murder at Morley Manor—an English estate full of secret passages, kooky suspects and a sinister, poetically-challenged ‘Shadow’.
Wholly Moses! (1980) as Mohammed
Two tourists find the "Book of Herschel" hidden in the desert. Herschel is the son of a sculptor who specializes in images of the gods. When he goes up to the top of Mount Sinai one day he hears God's instructions to Moses and writes them down himself. He then tries to lead his people out of Egypt,
Dr. Heckyl & Mr. Hype (1980) as Flash Flud--Prison Guard
Dr. Heckyl is a lonely man who works at a podiatrist's clinic. Heckyl has a lumpy, unfortunate face and no luck with women. So one day, he attempts suicide by drinking an entire bottle of weight loss formula. This unexpectedly results in his transformation into a charming ladies man, Mr. Hype. But H
Sleeper (1973) as Sears Swiggles
After awaking from cryogenic suspension, a '70s man gets mixed up with a future revolution.
What's Up, Doc? (1972) as Musicologist
The accidental mix up of four identical plaid overnight bags leads to a series of increasingly wild and wacky situations.
Calliope (1971) as Chauffeur
Goin' Down the Road (1970) as
Story of desolation as two friends travel from Nova Scotia to Toronto in hope of finding a better life. Drifting from job to job: bottling plant, car wash, bowling alley, newspaper delivery, and in between enjoying the night life of the big city. Their previous life is looking better all the time. This movie is a time capsule of Toronto's Yonge Street - record stores (defunct A&A's), bars, and old neighbourhood side streets.
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) as Disciple
This film is a sequel in name only to Valley of the Dolls (1967). An all-girl rock band goes to Hollywood to make it big. There they find success, but luckily for us, they sink into a cesspool of decadence. This film has a sleeping woman performing on a gun which is in her mouth. It has women posing as men. It has lesbian sex scenes. It is also written by Roger Ebert, who had become friends with Russ Meyer after writing favorable reviews of several of his films.
Tony Rome (1967) as Sam Boyd
When a wealthy girl is found unconscious in a seedy Miami motel room, a private investigator is hired by her father to solve the crime.
Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962) as
A washed-up prizefighter tries to free himself from his ruthless promoters to build a new life.
Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954) as Crowbar
The Ozark farmers try to clean up their act to help their son win a college scholarship.
Campus Sleuth (1948) as Richard Winkler
Intrigue (1947) as Assistant warehouse man
Little Miss Broadway (1947) as Butch
Judy Gibson (Jean Porter), upon leaving finishing school, goes to meet her relatives, whom she believes to be wealthy and socially prominent. Actually, ther are penniless Broadway characters and, in order to avoid Judy learning the truth, they take possession of a Long Island mansion owned by a thief presently doing time in Sing Sing. Judy arrives with her fiance Dick Nichols (John Shelton) and his father (Douglas Wood), an industrialist who tries to sell worthless stock to Judy's family in order to bolster his shaky fiancial status. They give him $200,000, part of the stashed loot they found belonging to the home-owner thief. The latter escapes from prison. Complications arise. Jerry Wald and his band provide music for Jean Porter's singing, and pert-'n-pretty Porter, as usual, carries the show.
Killer Dill (1947) as Mushnose
The Pretender (1947) as Stranger

Music (feature film)

Wild on the Beach (1965) as Composer
Two college students get their wires crossed and, accompanied by their respective friends, descend on the same beach house to spend the weekend.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

La Bamba (1987) as Assistance
Singer Richie Valens fights family problems and bigotry to become a recording star.

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