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Teddy Bears' Picnic (2002)

R | | Comedy | 29 March 2002 (USA)


Cast overview, first billed only:
Whit Summers
Katy Woo (as Ming-Na)
Clifford Sloane
Elliot Chevron
Jackie Sloane Chevron
James Neal Taylor
Judith Owen ...
Nancy McMahon
Julie Payne ...
Lila Claypool
Robert Mandan ...
Stanton Vandermint
Courtney Vandermint
Porterfield 'Porty' Pendleton
Joey Lavin
Damien Pritzker


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For fifty-one weeks a year, they run the country. For one week, they run amok.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language




Release Date:

29 March 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Call o' the Glen  »

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1.85 : 1
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Forced laughter
24 February 2004 | by (California's Central Coast) – See all my reviews

I love Harry Shearer. I've been a fan of his subtle, ascerbic humor going back to his Credibility Gap days on KRLA in Los Angeles, through the genius that was Spinal Tap, on to the Simpsons and right up til today with his weekly radio show. That's why I was so dissappointed in this effort; it simply isn't up to his standard.

With so much talent to work with and a perfectly good premise (no spoilers here), Shearer fails to pull off what could have been a good natured poke at the Bohemian Club. Instead, he briefly introduces us to a bunch of characters (never long enough to appreciate why such people would be at such a place), who would be much less annoying if they were at least funny. Alas, they are not, and the plot (such as it is) becomes just juvenille enough to bring the whole thing crashing down.

Even though this movie is an utter failure, I still have faith in Harry's gift for wry humor. Everyone lays an egg sooner or later, and this, unfortunately, what his.

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