A failed actor gets his 15 minutes of infamy when his ex-wife writes a vengeful tell-all book about their marriage. He decides to use his acting skills to get revenge on her.

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Catherine Rich ...
Madame de Varenne
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Bernard Sprat
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Laura Perot
Amanda Elwes ...
Mimi
Pavel Douglas ...
Edouard Astier
Susannah Kenton ...
Christine de Varenne
Patrick Floersheim ...
Martin
Rebecca Pauly ...
TV Anchorwoman
Olivier Pierre ...
Carpentier
François Lalande ...
Dujardin
Véronique Ryke ...
Paulette
Isabelle Guiard ...
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Roger Bret ...
Jewellery Salesman
Alain Flick ...
Fat Neighbour
Geoffrey Carey ...
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A failed actor gets his 15 minutes of infamy when his ex-wife writes a vengeful tell-all book about their marriage. He decides to use his acting skills to get revenge on her.

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There's no telling how far some people will go to get rich ... or get even!

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21 July 1993 (USA)  »

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A farce with no subtlety
30 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched half of Tattle Tale before giving up on it. It tries to be funny in a sophomoric manner, but falls flat. Perhaps the producers should have included a laugh track, for this show resembles an old TV sitcom. C. Thomas Howell plays an Bernard Sprat, an actor falsely maligned by his ex-wife played by Ally Sheedy. The plot revolves around Spratt's attempt to get revenge and restore his reputation (such as it is). Howell's character is such a bumbling idiot, however, that it is difficult for a sophisticated audience to sympathize with his troubles. This movie is suitable for children of middle school age and adults with similar interests.


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