A parody of David Mamet's film - play by way of the world of the PBS painting division and the legend of its figurehead Bob Ross and Mister Fred Rogers.
We want happy paintings. Happy Paintings. If you want sad things, watch the news.
23 October 2003 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
Jake Hart wrote this parody of the "Glengarry, Glen Ross" film and originally offered the role of "Mister Fred Rogers" to the real Fred Rogers
. Rogers drafted a letter explaining that he did not feel strong enough as an actor, for such a challenging role but wished Hart good luck with the filming. Carson Grant was selected for this role, after performing the monologue from "Good Will Hunting" (...I thought about what you said to me the other day, about my painting...Sean Macquire-therapist). Carson Grant, growing his hair out for another future role, braided the tail and used Duct tape to stick it on the back of his neck while shooting this character. In some camera moves the tail can be seen but adds to the TV mask of the character. Unfortunately, the real Fred Rogers died before the edit was completed. See more