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Trust Me (2007)

Danny Marrs, a young huckster from small town America, arrives in Hollywood with a line of patter and a wannabe actress girlfriend.Things turn interesting when he meets Joe, a janitor who does great impressions and loves old movies.

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Credited cast:
Cory Pendergast ... Danny
Enn Reitel ... Joe
Joeanna Sayler Joeanna Sayler ... Phyllis
Winter Ave Zoli ... Lolly
Craig Ferguson ... Ted Truman
Shelley Long ... Mitzi Robinson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ian Abercrombie ... Teitelbaum
Fred Brotman Fred Brotman ... Cafe Owner
Shirley Burns ... Judge
Nicole J. Butler ... Woman in Boardroom
John David Conti John David Conti ... Eddie Solomonson
Tony Curran ... Miles Loncrain
Dar Dixon ... Howard Ingles
Dan Hildebrand ... Alex Solanski
Matt Kaminsky ... TV Announcer #1 (as Matthew Kaminsky)
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Danny Marrs, a young huckster from small town America, arrives in Hollywood with a line of patter and a wannabe actress girlfriend.Things turn interesting when he meets Joe, a janitor who does great impressions and loves old movies.

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8 June 2007 (USA) See more »

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Mergi pe mâna mea See more »

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Quadriga Productions See more »
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Fit for the family
11 November 2017 | by aliasstoneSee all my reviews

This was an entertaining movie fit for the family to watch. I don't recall or remember any profanity and there was no violence or sexual innuendos either except for one incident which lasted about two seconds at the very end of the movie and why they put that in I have no idea. It added nothing to the movie. Enn Reitel who plays Joe is the one who makes the movie work. I won't spoil it for you by explaining so if you're looking for a movie that the whole family can enjoy I'd recommend this. However, the movie would go over the heads of smaller children, but maybe from age ten and up it would be appropriate. Enjoy.


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