A woman enters a bar and asks for a bit of conversation, but what she gets in return is a bunch of bad pickup lines sung to her by a cowboy and the bartender singing the cowboy's virtues.

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(as Anita McGee)
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Credited cast:
Jeff Smallwood ...
Cowboy
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Bartender
Tanya Penney ...
Chickie
Belle Hatfield ...
Horse
Normand Bernier ...
Straw Man / Harmonica Player
Sean Harris ...
Singing Cowboy / Card Player
Jason Smith ...
Singing Cowboy / Lone Drinker
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Singing Cowboy (as Michael Reynolds)
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Card Player
Kyle Kurts ...
Smoker
Melanie Smallwood ...
Female Chorus #1
Nikki Timmons ...
Female Chorus #2 (as Nicole McLean)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emma Adamson ...
Dancer
Leslie Adamson ...
Dancer
Cady Allen ...
Dancer
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A woman enters a bar and asks for a bit of conversation, but what she gets in return is a bunch of bad pickup lines sung to her by a cowboy and the bartender singing the cowboy's virtues.

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2 September 2002 (Italy)  »

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CAD 25,000 (estimated)
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Anita McGee first wrote the song in 1991 based on a bunch of the worst and funniest pickup lines she had ever heard. McGee had stated that the film was made with "a small budget and a lot of good will". See more »

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A pretty funny musical
6 August 2003 | by See all my reviews



Some people may be offended by this short film but it isn't really supposed to be offensive. It is just poking fun at people who say really stupid things to grab someone else's attention. Everyone has heard of a bad pickup line, has been on the recieving end, or has even said one themselves and thought afterward "what was I thinking!" (or more likely "what was I drinking"). It's not just a women's thing either, although the director has based it mainly upon stuff said to her. I can remember quite a few bad pick up lines from women. Either way, this has a weird but good sense of humour to it. It's also good to see Brian Downey in something new for a change.


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