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Suicide Blonde -- In the course of one crazy night, a down on his luck valet parking attendant loses a gangster's car and his heart to a dangerous blonde with a death wish.


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  (in credits order)
Dale Paris ... Nick

Angel Boris Reed ... The Blonde (as Angel Boris)
Tony Pacheco ... Pipo Duran

Oscar Torre ... Roco Navaja (as Oscar Torres)
Steve Arroyo ... Ernesto
Alfredo Álvarez Calderón ... Pepe 'La Joya'
Steven A. Frankel ... Ira

Lee Dawson ... Glen
Kevin Michael Moore ... Scorpion (as Kevin Moore)

Robert Catrini ... Skinny Man
Ryan Tajali ... Achmed

Robert Deacon ... Dog Breath
Mark Mirin ... The Biker
Barbara Sloan ... Matilda
Lawrence Draizin ... Taxi Driver

Christine Sclafani ... Savannah (as Christine Sclefani)

Bart Harrison ... Biker Bar Owner
Scott C. Frankel ... Panchito
Neil Leff ... Lovaglio, Man in Trunk
Edward J. Restivo ... Bubbles' Boyfriend
Ken Benjamin ... Bodyguard #1
Frederick L. Martin II ... Bodyguard #2
Chris Vila ... Randy
Heath Russell ... Guy at Bar
Matt Doll ... Punchy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tonya Goodson ... Bubbles (uncredited)

Directed by
Eduardo Carrillo 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eduardo Carrillo  screenplay
Eduardo Carrillo  story
Joshua Friedlander  screenplay
John Markham  story

Produced by
Steven A. Frankel .... producer
Joshua Friedlander .... producer
Bart Harrison .... associate producer
Neil Leff .... co-producer
Original Music by
Hayden Clement 
Rick Morris 
Cinematography by
Matt Faw 
Film Editing by
Eduardo Carrillo 
Casting by
Gilda Pianelli 
Art Direction by
Diane Sobo 
Production Management
Bart Harrison .... post-production supervisor: Miami
Andy Schefter .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steven A. Frankel .... first assistant director
Daniel Leonard .... first assistant director
Sound Department
David Criden .... supervising sound editor
Rob Freeman .... sound recordist
Bryce Gross .... sound effects editor
Richard Luxenberg .... sound editor
François Maurin .... adr editor (as Francois Maurin)
François Maurin .... adr recordist (as Francois Maurin)
François Maurin .... dialogue editor (as Francois Maurin)
Lucas C. Plouviez .... sound editor (as Cyril Plouviez)
Special Effects by
Mario Ortiz .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
David Fred Masselink .... optical effects line-up
Mario Ortiz .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jorge Diaz-Amador .... director of photography: additional photography
Editorial Department
Steven A. Frankel .... assistant editor
Other crew
Dennis Adams .... production coordinator

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Rated R for violence, language and sexuality
93 min
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This movie is a cult classic in the making., 10 June 2003
Author: Jennifer L. from new york, NY.

I saw the world premiere of Suicide Blonde at the world famous Egyptian theater located in downtown Hollywood, CA. The Place was packed I guess at least 1600 people where there. I just happened to be in town and went there as a lark. I was so glad I did. This tiny budget film knocked me out. I swear not one person left their seat until after the closing credits.

The movie was a fresh and entertaining take on the gangster pictures that have been around forever. It proves the point that it's not how much money you spend that makes a picture entertaining, but the creativity of the filmmakers and the skill of the actors. I saw in the trades that it will soon be released for sale and rental and I hope people will support this film and show "Hollywood" real movie making is alive and well.

But I'll stop sounding like a advertisement for this little picture it does have some rough edges. But in a way that adds to its charm. It's a good flick to watch with your friends over a beer and just enjoy its unusual characters, sexy girls, and funny yet deadly bad guys.

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