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Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall (1987)

In this short film, our unemployed hero finds that getting that great job depends a lot on whom you choose to dance with at Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall.

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George Scurry
Tim Choate ...
Phil Leeds
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John Garber
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Sam Logan
Darryl Henriques ...
Stuart Gaul
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Andrew Northfield
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Ray Pindally
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Peter Harriman
Steven Memel ...
Disc Jockey
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Cal McGinnis
Kevin Scannell ...
Ben Trelborne
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Bartender
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Ed Granger
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Dick Tratten
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Malcolm Stennis
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In this short film, our unemployed hero finds that getting that great job depends a lot on whom you choose to dance with at Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall. Written by Martin Lewison <lewison+@pitt.edu>

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23 minutes to learn what makes the corporate world tick
20 September 2002 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

If you think business decisions are made strictly on the basis of profit and loss, you need to see this short little film. Revenge, jealousy, greed and male-bonding drive most corporations into the ground. Unless you've got a good sales force, which is most likely based on, you guessed it, revenge, jealousy, greed and male-bonding. This movie is hilarious, sad, and very true.


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