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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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Comedy

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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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A delightful experience
20 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I had the chance to preview a film titled MAIL ORDER BRIDE at a film seminar held by prestigious NYU film professor Dr Richard Brown. I thought the movie was one of the funniest and entertaining movies I have seen in a very long time. Dr. Richard Brown interviewed the young man you stars and directed the movie prior to the screening. He was very charming, funny and filled with hope. After the film, he brought up the producer and co-writer. He was a man from Moscow, Russia. I was so fascinated by what these two had been through and accomplished. Their drive and energy was so positive, I had to shake their hand and congratulate them on a job well done. It is not everyday an American and a Russian get together and make a film, especially on an independent level. I can't believe they shot half the movie in Moscow. It is nice to see people come from nothing and try to make it. This should be an inspiration to us all.


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