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The Curse of Inferno (1997)

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A rather dull minded bank robber suddenly suffers from a change of heart and decides to give the money back. However, he then learns that getting the money back into the bank is much more difficult than taking it out.

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Chuck Betts
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Layla Moanes
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Moles Huddenel
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Harold Cantrell
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Lonnie Martin
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Sheriff Gibson
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Mr. Wizzard
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Clifford Tylicki
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Vince Clark
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Jim O'Brien ...
Bank Robber #2
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A rather dull minded bank robber suddenly suffers from a change of heart and decides to give the money back. However, he then learns that getting the money back into the bank is much more difficult than taking it out.

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They've got a plan. Now they just need a clue!

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Most of the exterior shots of the town were actually shot in Forney, Texas (The current home of Darlene Cates). The town's signature Jackrabbit, an ornament atop a Lion's Club sign, was adorned with antlers and called the Jackaloupe for the purposes of the movie. Signs to downtown businesses were also covered up with fake signs, hiding the real names of the businesses. See more »

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BLUE MOON
by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
Used by permission of EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP)
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A nice change for Pauly, interesting flick.
23 August 1999 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

Personally, I found the film to be quite amusing. When I saw that Pauly Shore was in it, I expected another "Son in Law" character, but this is quite different!

The film doesn't attempt to cash in on Pauly Shore's previous acting history, and instead casts him as a good-natured, but somewhat underprivileged country boy. He manages to maintain a level of seriousness that keeps you interested in the fate of his misfortune.

The story is cute, and has some clever twists to keep you guessing... despite it's cliche-ridden characters.

I'd say it's a worthwhile rental or cable-TV movie. Especially if you like caper films.


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