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Mafia Movie Madness (2003)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  1 October 2003 (USA)
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A small town movie theater is run by the Mafia. Goons with baseball bats keeping patrons quiet, bullies pushing to sell their large Cokes, and even a little girl muscles Joey Buttafuco in this theatre.

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Female Concession Worker
Joey Buttafuoco ...
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Louie
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Businessman
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Donna Hardy ...
Grandma
Adam Kaiz ...
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Andy Laben ...
Mafia Voice
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A small town movie theater is run by the Mafia. Goons with baseball bats keeping patrons quiet, bullies pushing to sell their large Cokes, and even a little girl muscles Joey Buttafuco in this theatre.

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Winner! Coca-Cola/Project Greenlight 2003 pre-feature film.

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Great Short
27 January 2004 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

Mafia Movie Madness was the most creative Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmakers Award I've seen. The most upsetting part is, it was pulled after only 3 weeks of being in theaters. The Italian American Coalition made a big fuss over it. Why? Because they have nothing better to do. I see nothing but good things for the NYU Tisch Grad student, Director Jordan Ross, and I look forward to watching his next short that is currently in production, "Three Blind Mice."


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