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Dirty Cop No Donut (1999)

A "shockumentary" which follows Officer Friendly, a psychotic policeman, on a rampage of sex, drugs, murder and other worldly pleasures.

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Gus Kimble
Bill Cassinelli ...
Tommy
Michael Hoffman Jr. ...
Arresting Officer
Andrew Gulbrandsen ...
Abusive Husband
Lindsay Horgan ...
Abused Wife
Kathleen Ritter ...
Drunk Driver
Gertina Willemse ...
Prostitute
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A "shockumentary" which follows Officer Friendly, a psychotic policeman, on a rampage of sex, drugs, murder and other worldly pleasures.

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13 April 1999 (USA)  »

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A Low Down Dirty Cop  »

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Gus Kimble: I got a gun! I got a badge! I'm the law - don't mess with me!
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Tim Ritter's best since the first "Truth or Dare?"
14 May 1999 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

As far as satires go, this take-off of "Cops" works extremely well...as long as you get past the opening scene including amateur actors and a newspaper machine. The catch: The officer being videotaped is crazier than the criminals he terrorizes.

Joel D. Wynkoop, of "Creep" and "Lost Faith" fame, gives an intense performance as Officer Friendly, or as the original title called his character, the "Low down dirty cop". Gore fanatics will appreciate Ritter's sense of humor...especially one scene including a sex offender and his most prized possession. There are other standout performances as well; the domestic dispute is quite believable and the cocaine dealer gives a great Clint Eastwood tough-guy routine (complete with a cigarette clinched between his teeth).

OVERALL: Tim Ritter's best since his first major production, "Truth or Dare? A Critical Madness". If you like horror, smut and "shockumentaries", then this is for you. See it for Wynkoop's grizzled performance and the closing credits. They're a hoot. 10 out of 10 - Great "no budget" fair.


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