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Road Lawyers and Other Briefs (1990)

In this anthology of four separate comic tales of a post-nuclear war world gone crazy. In 'Road Lawyers', a group of renegade lawyers in a Mad Max-esq world searching for the last client on... See full summary »
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Robert Rhine ...
Milton Rubenstein / Mild Milt (segment "Road Lawyers")
Norman Merrill ...
Mr. Clipson / Clips (segment "Road Lawyers")
Alba Francesca ...
Catherine Fina / Caffina (segment "Road Lawyers")
Gerry Rand ...
Larry Mugson / Mugs (segment "Road Lawyers")
Frank Fowler ...
The Law Clerk / Jury (segment "Road Lawyers")
Joe McCord ...
Sign-In (segment "Road Lawyers")
Debra Cunningham ...
The Secretary / Legal Secretary (segment "Road Lawyers")
Louise Baker ...
Vanna Blight (segment "Road Lawyers")
Kenneth Lloyd ...
Nosh (segment "Road Lawyers")
Mark Kerry ...
Narrator (segment "Road Lawyers") (voice)
Phil Zarling ...
Dead Lawyer (segment "Road Lawyers")
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Judge Bowelmore (segment "Road Lawyers")
Dan Benton ...
The Poisoned Lawyer (segment "Road Lawyers")
Gretchen Shubeck ...
Attorney (segment "Road Lawyers")
Roger Hanson ...
Attorney (segment "Road Lawyers")
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In this anthology of four separate comic tales of a post-nuclear war world gone crazy. In 'Road Lawyers', a group of renegade lawyers in a Mad Max-esq world searching for the last client on Earth... and a cup of coffee. In 'Escape From Heaven', a nun tries to do a good deed to get into Heaven, despite that she is a pain on everybody's nerves. In 'Radar Men on the Moon', features a variation of the classic 'Commando Cody' serial. In 'Hairline', a man begins to think that he is loosing his hair due to radiation sickness, or it is possible that his head is only growing larger and larger? Written by Larry B.

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A hilarious look at a world gone mad! See more »

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Features Radar Men from the Moon (1952) See more »

Soundtracks

We Don't Need Another Lawyer
written and performed by John Boegehold
sung by Esther Terry
Copyright 1987
Wealth & Hellfare Music
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Cheaply made, but very funny.
22 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whomever wrote this was a total genius. Perhaps because I've had experience in the legal field I thought it was very funny. It looks like a Grade B or C movie, but it was so intelligently written that I was rolling on the floor laughing hard. For a lot of you though it might go over your head and you won't be able to understand it. This movie was so unforgettable for me I decided to go online to purchase it. Good luck to you if you can find it. If you have any experience with law, an Ex-Con, Lawyer, Judge, or Prosecutor, you'll find this to be the most hilarious movie you've ever seen in your life. It's very Bizarre, and so are the other shorts that come with it, but it's worth every penny.


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