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Double Dare (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 15 April 2005 (USA)
DOUBLE DARE is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about the struggles of two stuntwomen in male-dominated Tinseltown to stay working, stay thin, and stay sane.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jeannie Epper ...
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Eurlyne Epper ...
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Terry Leonard ...
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Terry Frick ...
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Storyline

DOUBLE DARE is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about the struggles of two stuntwomen in male-dominated Tinseltown to stay working, stay thin, and stay sane.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Saving the film industry, one actress at a time.

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Release Date:

15 April 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

3, 2, 1 - Action  »

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Box Office

Gross USA:

$50,000, 1 August 2005
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Quotes

Zoe Bell: So you're an actor?
Terry Frick (Photographer): Yeah, but I'm about to quit. I think I'm going to quit.
Zoe Bell: Oh yeah? Why's that?
Terry Frick (Photographer): I can't, I've been living in London as well, I can't breathe, everybody knows me there, and I hate it.
Zoe Bell: Over here they know you? Or over there?
Terry Frick (Photographer): Over there, yeah I need to quit now before the momentum really starts going, and then it's like once you get the fame thing, you never own your life again.
Zoe Bell: Oh...
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Crazy Credits

"Only one stuntwoman was harmed during the making of this film" See more »

Connections

Features Wonder Woman: The New Original Wonder Woman (1975) See more »

Soundtracks

Top Of The World
Written by Richard Carpenter & John Bettis
Performed by Shonen Knife
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Great Movie
13 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

What a great movie! These two women, Jeannie Epper and Zoe Bell, are some awesome ladies and the movie is truly inspiring. It's great that a movie like this exists for people, like me, to get a hint of what life is like for women in an underrated career such as the one of hard working talented stunt women. They are a talented few who represent the bigger picture of what it's like to be a woman in a career that is male based. Miss Jeannie and Miss Zoe make it possible for us to believe the danger that exists in the stories written for two of the most strongest woman heroes on TV. They help us feel what is happening to the characters they play, and since it's their job not to get noticed, and they do their job so well, it's easy to not realize that these stunt women doubles exist! So again, I am very happy to have seen this film about them. They are great!


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