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Dallas Doll (1994)

A feisty independent golf player wreaks havoc in a suburban Sydney home by attempting to seduce every member of the family.

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Dallas Adair
Victoria Longley ...
Rosalind Sommers
Frank Gallacher ...
Stephen Sommers
Jake Blundell ...
Charlie Sommers
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Rastus Sommers
Jonathon Leahy ...
Eddy
Douglas Hedge ...
Mayor Tonkin
Melissa Thomas ...
Margaret
Elaine Lee ...
Mrs. Winthrop
Walter Sullivan ...
Elderly Councillor
William Usic ...
Minister
Alethea McGrath ...
Aunt Mary
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Dave Harry
John Frawley ...
Mr. Fellowes
Ken Senga ...
Mr. Kurosawa
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A feisty independent golf player wreaks havoc in a suburban Sydney home by attempting to seduce every member of the family.

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Acting debut in a film production for Rose Byrne. See more »

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Remake of Teorema (1968) See more »

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worst.movie.ever.
25 July 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

urgh! 3 things a movie needs: a good script, a good plot and good casting. i watched this movie expecting it to be hilariously terrible and was unfortunately disappointed when it was just plain terrible. I lost the will to live halfway through. The only thing which stopped me from stabbing my eyes out with a fork was Rose Byrne (who was the reason for me watching it in the first place). She did a good job as Rastus and her appearance hasn't changed much since she was 13. it was a fantastic first effort in a movie. the dog was also very good. both did a great job with such awful material. Sandra Bernhard i think was the biggest mistake of the movie. she was completely miscast, and i don't think she ever quite got the character.

I give the movie 2 out of 10 - and thats only because of Rose.


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