A teenager with no confidence meets what seems to be the girl of his dreams one night at a coffee shop. However, once they get to a party together, he quickly discovers that she's way more than he can handle.

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Russell Fenton (as Joseph Egender)
Amanda Kukuk ...
Josh Gronner ...
Chelle Cerceo ...
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Alex Dalton ...
Greg Ryan ...
Brian Marchiano ...
Video Store Clerk
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Party Girl (as Natasha Baker)
John Wright ...
Bruce Stamm ...
Video Store Creep
Claire Fay ...
Jenna Sessions ...
Video Store Girl
Jagroop Dehal ...
Chris Dong ...
Gay Dude
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A teenager with no confidence meets what seems to be the girl of his dreams one night at a coffee shop. However, once they get to a party together, he quickly discovers that she's way more than he can handle.

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The only reason Russell can't get women... is Russell. And women.

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Short | Comedy

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15 September 2001 (USA)  »

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$3,500 (estimated)
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Jim Briggs composed the music for the film. He worked with Nick Palmer on his previous short, "Pee Shy," and was still in high school during the film's production. See more »

Goofs

Angel wears a ruby necklace in the party, but it disappears and reappears on her neck throughout the coffee shop scene. See more »

Quotes

Russell Fenton: What happened to your old band?
Adam: Oh, you know, artistic differences. I didn't like the direction the band was going...
Owen: So they kicked you out.
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References Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

Danza Slap and an Angry Dwarf
Composed by Jim Briggs
Performed by the Jim Briggs Quartet
Courtesy of Rhythm Method Music
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One Angry Dwarf is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen, Nick Palmer has truly caught on film what teenage life is really like!
21 June 2002 | by (california) – See all my reviews

One Angry Dwarf makes me laugh more and more every time I see it! Anyone can appreciate what Russel is going through because we have all been in that awkward teenage time when nothing turns out the way it should! I would recommend One Angry Dwarf to anyone who wants to re-live life as a hormonal teen through a very lovable but confused Russel Fenton.


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