An elderly woman decides to sell her sofa, and an unscrupulous young man drops by to check it out. The question is - who's conning who?

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Beverly Miller ...
Ethel
Brian Cunningham ...
Ryan
Elaine Bartolone ...
Mabel
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Wearing a dowdy robe and slippers, an aging Ethel shuffles to the door to answer the knock of a young man who's there to see a sofa she's selling. As Ethel drones on and on about her wealthy son who's bought her a new sofa, the young man figures out that she's blind and looks around for things he might lift. He hears her talking about a new expensive suit her son has bought, sees it on a hanger, and proceeds to change into it as Ethel's monologue continues. He leaves without buying the sofa, but Ethel may get the last laugh. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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6 June 2000 (USA)  »

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1.85 : 1
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This film is dedicated to Mel and Dorothy Bagger See more »

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Cha-Wow-Wow
Written by David Sherman
Performed by the Hillbilly Soul Surfers
Published by Hillbilly Heaven Music, BMI
Courtesy of Twangarama Records
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Cute reversal of roles.
13 January 2004 | by (Northbrook, IL, USA) – See all my reviews

This short is one of the more amusing ones I've seen. An elderly woman has a sofa for sale and a young man stops by to take a look. There's more than meets the eye going on with this one. The acting is decent enough but it's the story that makes it a winner. 7/10


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