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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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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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3 October 1990 (USA)  »

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

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Escape From Heaven
music by Rob Kendt
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Stupid for Stupid's sake
17 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie was the star attraction of Stupid Movie Wednesday when it first came out on video. The Road Lawyer's never ending string of cheesy puns delivered with deadpan expressions got a few laughs from the gang once the proper amount of alcohol was applied.

Escape from Heaven was a decent film school concept but wasn't too memorable. It tried to be more than it was. The dubbed sci-fi short at the end was inspired in the days before anyone knew of Mystery Science Theater 3000. It can't hold up since MST3K has shown us all how it's done.

This is a film to watch when you're in the mood for a dumb movie that is well in touch with it's dumbness.


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