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Leon the Pig Farmer (1992)

An irreverent comedy is set in motion when Leon Geller, a sensitive Jewish man from London, accidentally learns that his is the product of artificial insemination.

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Mark Frankel ...
Leon Geller
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Judith Geller
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Brian Chadwick
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Yvonne Chadwick
David de Keyser ...
Sidney Geller (as David De Keyser)
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Madeleine (as Maryam D'Abo)
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Lisa
Vincent Riotta ...
Elliot Cohen (as Vincenzo Ricotta)
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Mrs. Samuels
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Vitelli
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Dr. Johnson
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Doctor
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Waiter
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Art Collector
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Keith Chadwick
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Leon, is an estate agent and a London Jew. Due to an artificial insemenation accident he discovers that his real father is a pig farmer. Rejected by his girlfriend he goes on a voyage of discovery to Yorkshire, to meet his biological father and half brother. Can he bring both families together? Written by Matthew Stanfield <mattst@cogs.susx.ac.uk>

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26 February 1993 (UK)  »

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Kim jest tatus?  »

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$65,222 (USA)
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Two of the sound recordists working on the film donated their van as a prop. It was converted into a kosher delivery van, and mistaken for the real thing by some members of the public. See more »

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At the clinic, Sidney's address is given as 228 The Drive, Edgware. However, when we see the house later, it is clearly number 7. See more »

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Referenced in The Making of 'Event Horizon' (2006) See more »

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A sad funny story that could happen to you!
27 February 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Poor Leon discovers a past that goes against everything that is Jewish. It takes a while for the story to kick start but once you get going, you fall into the flamboyance of the humour, enjoying the belly laughs, and maybe the dish as well.


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