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Jonathan Mangum (writer)
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In the war that is corporate America, each step toward a solution will lead us one step further from reality. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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4 business execs try to remain 'civilized' in the savage jungle of corporate America... See more (1 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Rich Williams ... Dan

Steve Purnick ... Brad
Mark Lainer ... Phil

Keith Hudson ... Shawn

Directed by
Ben Rock 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jonathan Mangum  writer

Produced by
Jay Bogdanowitsch .... producer
Gregg Hale .... co-producer
Keith Hudson .... associate producer
Jonathan Mangum .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Kevin Crouch 
 
Cinematography by
Kevin Burke (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Ben Rock 
 
Art Direction by
Alicia Conway 
 
Set Decoration by
Tommy Gerard 
 
Makeup Department
Skeet Karsgaard .... hair stylist
Skeet Karsgaard .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jose Carrillo .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Alicia Conway .... set constructor
John Didonna .... set constructor
John Didonna .... set designer
Jonathan Thorpe .... set constructor
 
Sound Department
Jeremy M. Gilleece .... sound designer
Jeremy M. Gilleece .... sound mixer
Clark Harris .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Eric Baker .... toy effects supervisor
Joe Malys .... puppeteer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Elie Alakji .... gaffer
W. Scott Beaulieu .... best boy electric
Chris Grier .... key grip
Chip Monk .... first assistant camera (as Robert 'Chip' Monk)
Sharon Reed .... second assistant camera
Kara Rittenhouse .... still photographer
Andy Seely .... best boy electric
J.D. Taylor .... dolly grip
 
Editorial Department
Christine Denillo .... colorist
 
Other crew
Brigan Gresh .... script supervisor (as Brigan Docking)
Joe Malyse .... puppeteer
Betty Rodriguez .... caterer
Onelia Rodriguez .... craft service
Justin Rowe .... production coordinator
Kieran Shea .... key production assistant
Amy Wieck .... puppeteer
 
Thanks
Christian Guevarra .... thanks
Mike Monello .... thanks
 

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4 business execs try to remain 'civilized' in the savage jungle of corporate America..., 28 September 1999
Author: Frank Alo (frankalo@aol.com) from South FL



When four execs can't get down to business in their meeting, one of them suggests desperate measures. Inspired by Lord of the Flies, he produces a small wind-up puppy from his briefcase. The concept is simple; whomever holds the puppy may speak. In the end though, anarchy rears it's ugly head and the fur (and sweet & sour sauce) flies. Very funny.

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