Bitter aging New York nightclub talent booking agent Willie Walters has family issues with his son / protégé Stuey.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Willie Walters
Stuey Walters
Lou Montana
Jenna Byrne ...
Stella (as Jenna Hoffman)
David Deblinger ...
Freddy Barber
Jules Bozell
Robert Weil ...
The Czar
Frieda Barber
Heath Lamberts ...
Jackie Penner
George Santino ...
Gump (as Nick Howland)
Dan Chameroy ...
Jummy Hunter
Guy Valmont
Cigarette Girl


Bitter aging New York nightclub talent booking agent Willie Walters has family issues with his son / protégé Stuey.

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The only thing tougher than being partners... was being father and son.



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Rated R for language and some nudity | See all certifications »




Release Date:

8 April 2001 (USA)  »

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Clube dos Famosos  »

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Great movie about agents
9 April 2001 | by (Ca) – See all my reviews

I had my doubts about this one since it is about agents and not only that but family stability of a father son agent team to boot. Well my worries were quelled almost immediately. Alan Alda does great as the father who is struggling to make it as an older more broke down agent with his son constantly in his face. I know this is a shorter review, but it' late and i'm tired. Point is, try to see it if you can. It's only on showtime right now i think, but if you can, see it.


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