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The life at a suburban Sydney pizzeria.

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Paul Fenech ...
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Rob Shehadie ...
Bill Bentley ...
Bum
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Junky
Sam Ford ...
Dead Guy
Joel Heddrick ...
Blind Guy
Renzo Bellato ...
Wheelchair Guy
Arthur Serevetas ...
Fighting Arthur (as Arthur Penn)
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Katrina Spadone ...
Rocky's Girlfriend
Paul Bates ...
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Harry Hudson ...
Old Guy
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The life at a suburban Sydney pizzeria.

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$999,041 (Australia), 11 April 2003, Limited Release
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The character Ivan is based on the Australian serial killer Ivan Millat. See more »

Goofs

While at Greenpeace, the red pizza bag on the desk disappears after Pauly is bitten. See more »

Quotes

Phat Pizza employee: [in store, rapping into microphone with heavy Indian accent and background tabla music] Okay. Come on. What's the word? The very special word? My favourite word. It's... pussy.
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Wont be to everyones taste, but i absolutely love FAT PIZZA the movie! used to watch it on SBS in Australia, and miss it dearly, just wish one of the British networks, or satellite stations would show it! cant really say there's much of a plot. but you've got a pizza place ran by these lebs/greeks/Italian type guys, in somewhere like Bankstown (a superb of Sydney with a bit of a reputation)but it's just laugh after laugh after laugh, seriously.

If you enjoy Fat Pizza The Movie, you can also get hold of FAT PIZZA UNCENSORED on DVD too. The humor isn't exactly PC at times, but i just laugh my arse off at some of the stuff in it, along with anybody here i've shown it too that's never seen the series before (as it's not shown on uk TV) but i say give it a go, you may like it. its big and it;s Cheesy!


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