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Mail Order Bride (2003)

R | | Comedy | 31 October 2003 (USA)
When Toni discovers several of his men have been scammed by a Russian mail-order bride who?s escaped back to Russia, he decides to send his troublesome nephew, Anthony Santini to bring back... See full summary »

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Tony Santini
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Anthony Santini
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Nina
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Tommy
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Ivan
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Tootie (as Vinnie Pastore)
Raymond Serra ...
Robber
Frank Bongiorno ...
Willie the Whiner (as Frankie Bongiorno)
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Gina (as Marilyn Papa)
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Jackie the Viking
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Pavel
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No. 1 Guy in Russian Mafia
Liza Zavaruyeva ...
Nina's Sister
Yuriy Dumchev ...
Driver
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Buddha
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When Toni discovers several of his men have been scammed by a Russian mail-order bride who?s escaped back to Russia, he decides to send his troublesome nephew, Anthony Santini to bring back the girl and the money. Only, Anthony Santini can?t seem to get the mob thing right. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language and some sexual content | See all certifications »
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The Russian Job  »

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Head's Up To Stern Fans
25 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

A completely original premise - Italian mobsters who curse and, are you sitting down, live in NEW JERSEY; remind you of anything? Not horrible, but a very straight-to-video production. There are a few laughs and only one embarrassingly unfunny scene (the "number one doctor in Russia" played by the late Frank "I should have sued my agent" Gorshin, who I MET, best known as the Riddler from '60s Batman). Wesley Willis fans will LOVE the romantic ballad "Stay Here In My Heart." Seriously though, the only real reason to check this movie out (which is the only reason I checked it out) is to the see the historic cast that includes both Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling AND Artie Lange (Artie replaced Jackie on The Howard Stern Show, for the four of you who didn't know that). Artie is (I'm sad to say) disappointing, but Martling undergoes a transformation from "Jackie, The Joke Man" to *gasp* "Jackie, THE VIKING;" I hope he got paid in jokes. I did a search but couldn't find whether it was produced before or after Artie officially replaced Jackie on the show. Anywho, a warning to all curious Stern fans - ARTIE AND JACKIE DON'T HAVE ANY SCENES TOGETHER! That is all.


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