The definitive guide to getting to the top in Hollywood! Award-winning actor/director Willard Morgan takes us on the journey, aiming his camera at several successful industry veterans who ... See full summary »

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The definitive guide to getting to the top in Hollywood! Award-winning actor/director Willard Morgan takes us on the journey, aiming his camera at several successful industry veterans who share their secrets with him but when he turns his lens on Michael Moore, the documentary film director, he learns an unexpected lesson. Written by Anonymous

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Dennis Woodruff Demonstrates His Talent
9 December 2004 | by (Tujunga California) – See all my reviews

Willard Morgan brilliantly directly this exciting fast-paced adventure film as well as wrote it in collaboration with Jeff Orgilland acted in it as well! The cast included Tom Arnold, Michael Moore, Willard Morgan, Dov Simmons, Dennis Woodruff, and many other notables who took cameo roles in this adventure motion picture. Though the film is only 27 minutes long, Dennis Woodruff makes himself seen through his pure genius as an actor and makes up for the shortness of the motion picture by his presence. Willard Morgan chose well when he enlisted Dennis Woodruff who is complimented by Michael Moore who later wrote FAHRENHEIT 9-11, Stupid White Men, and other earth shaking novels, with Frahrenheit 9-11 being filmed and bringing in millions in profit. Tom Arnold also is a good actor in his own right and between Tom Arnold and Michael Moore working with Dennis Woodruff, they helped to create an Osacer worthy film that certainly would have garnered other awards as well, thanks to brilliant actors like Arnold, Moore, and Woodrow. This is another worthy holiday gift for the Christmas or Vhannukah stocking this year as either a video or DVD. If it becomes available, we'll certainly include it in our "must have" shopping list. Everything DENNIS WOODRUFF appears in be become memorable. Like the other greats, Victor McLagen and John Carradine, Dennis Woodruff starred in more films than Carradine and McLagen combined, I salute this great actor, Dennis Woodruff! Sarge Booker (Dennis Woodruff fan)


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