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Vulgar (2000) Poster

(2000)

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Once again, Walt Flannigan's dog is mentioned, just as in other View Askew movies.
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Vulgar The Clown is the mascot for View Askew Productions.
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Only View Askew movie where 'Brian O'Halloran''s character does not have the last name Hicks.
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Kevin Smith's character Martan Ingram is a play on Malcolm Ingram, who directed Drawing Flies (1996), which Smith produced.
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The first time Vulgar meets the Fanellis, they are in room 37. This number is used frequently in View Askew movies
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The character Sam Mosier is named after Scott Mosier, who has edited and produced nearly all of View Askew's films.
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Many of the grips, assistants and film crew took bit parts in the movie (due to the incredibly tight budget).
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The inspiration for Ed Fanelli, the father and lead rapist came from Dennis Hopper's role as Frank Booth in Blue Velvet (1986)
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The film was edited at Skywalker Sound.
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The film was in production for so long that almost all the locations either no longer exist or have moved.
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Flappy calls Mrs. "Affleck" to tell her he won't be able to do the party. "Benny" then gets on the phone and talks him into it. A reference to Ben Affleck who has appeared in most of Kevin Smith's films.
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The leading title role of Will Carlson/Flappy/Vulgar was specifically written for Brian 'O' Halloran.
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When Will is reading the screenplay for the movie to be based on his kid show host character, the author's name on the cover is Monica Hampton - one of the film's producers.
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The script was written in 28 days (in 1995) and the final production was shot in 26 days (in 1998).
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The inspiration for the Fanelli sons, Gino and Frankie, came from Deliverence.
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