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17 August 2006 (Hungary) See more »
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An American Pie-like teen comedy in which a high school senior tries to become the first student in years to complete the Dirty Deeds... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Milo Ventimiglia ... Zach Harper

Lacey Chabert ... Meg Cummings

Tom Amandes ... Vice Principal Fuchs

Matthew Carey ... Dan Lawton

Mark Derwin ... Vincent Scarno

Charles Durning ... Victor Rasdale

Michael Milhoan ... Officer Dill

Billy L. Sullivan ... Stash

Zoe Saldana ... Rachel Buff (as Zoë Saldana)

Arielle Kebbel ... Alison

Ray Santiago ... Bobby D

Erin Torpey ... Jen

Alex Solowitz ... JD Riplock

Danso Gordon ... Biggs

Wes Robinson ... Kyle Cummings

Keith Britton ... Officer Bevins

Michael Sullivan ... BJ

Dave Power ... Nate

Fred Meyers ... Lockett

Jaymee Ong ... Bree
Daniel Hilfer ... Paul
Todd Zeile ... Mullet / Duncan Rime
Alison Allen ... BJ's Girl
Ryan 'Bosco' Baker ... 3rd Hip Hop Boy

Michael Bofshever ... Mr. Seaver
Matthew Brent ... Jimbo
Daniel Chacón ... Hip Hop Boy (as Daniel Chacon)
Donny Galland ... 2nd Hip Hop Boy

Pride Grinn ... Grocery Guard
Aaron Todd Kessee ... Unamused Kid
Ken Michelman ... Bartender

Charles Noland ... Blind Man
Sparkle ... Receptionist / Mrs. Beeks
Brett Tabisel ... Stick
Elizabeth Thompson ... Teacher
Parker Torres ... Ryan

Isidra Vega ... Goth Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher Clausi ... Student (uncredited)
Christie D'Amore ... Lisa Wheat (uncredited)

Cathy Immordino ... Classmate (uncredited)

Sean LoGrasso ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Johnny Martin ... Scarno Henchman (uncredited)

Krocky Meshkin ... Foolish Student (uncredited)
Tyler Nelson ... IAB kid (uncredited)

Patrick Russo ... Loser Hanging Out with High School Kids (uncredited)

Jason-Shane Scott ... Boyfriend (uncredited)
Domenica Steele ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Patrick Tatten ... Student (uncredited)

Shannon Vann ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Directed by
David Kendall 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jon Land  written by
Jonathan Thies  written by

Produced by
Tony Chopelas .... co-executive producer
Bill Civitella .... producer
Jason Giambi .... executive producer
Dan Kaplow .... producer
Jon Land .... associate producer
Julianne McNamara .... co-executive producer (as Julianne McNamara-Zeile)
Richard T. Schor .... co-producer
Todd Zeile .... executive producer
Original Music by
Brandon Danziger 
Zach Danziger 
Didier Rachou 
Cinematography by
Mark Doering-Powell (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Wendy Smith 
Casting by
Lori Danziger 
Cynthia Huffman 
Patricia Noland 
Production Design by
Dan Butts 
Art Direction by
Kate Bunch 
Set Decoration by
Britt Woods 
Costume Design by
Carmen Frost 
Greg LaVoi 
Makeup Department
Pharel Baker .... assistant hair stylist
Cyndra Dunn .... assistant hair stylist
Cynthia Hernandez .... makeup department head
Harriette Landau .... key makeup artist
Leah Rial .... makeup artist: Lacey Chabert and Arele Kebbel
Patricia Vecchio .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Dayna Danika .... production supervisor
Richard T. Schor .... unit production manager
Ron Singer .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Grant Engle .... second assistant director
Cara McCastlain .... second second assistant director
Cynthi Stefenoni .... first assistant director
Art Department
Anael Bonsorte .... assistant property master
Anael Bonsorte .... props
Oliver Dear .... illustrator
Susan Frontiera .... art department coordinator
Emilie Harvey .... lead painter
Maria Jaramillo .... painter
Wendy Jerde .... painter
Kiven Meyer .... painter
Jaudi Negri .... co-props master
Patrick Russo .... on-set dresser
Lupe Sanchez .... construction coordinator
Gregg Szabo .... set dresser
Jason Whetzell .... property master
Sound Department
Ken Becknstein .... sound utility
Klair Ethridge .... boom operator
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
Lisa Hannan .... sound effects editor
Michael C. Moore .... sound mixer
Rod O'Brien .... sound editor
Scott Reed .... sound supervisor
Reuben Simon .... sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Royce Hager .... special effects technician
Josh Hakian .... special effects coordinator
David Waine .... special effects foreman
Visual Effects by
Randy Little .... digital compositor (re-release)
David Troy Smith .... visual effects supervisor
Joe Cofer .... stunts
Johnny Martin .... stunt coordinator
Anthony Molinari .... stunts
Damien Moreno .... stunts
Casey Pieretti .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Saeed Adyani .... still photographer
Sammy Beavers .... electrician
Clint Borden .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Harry C. Box .... camera operator
John P. Fleenor .... electrician
Eric Fletcher .... Steadicam operator
Eric Fletcher .... camera operator: "b" camera
Matt Frederick .... second assistant camera: B camera
Jake Funk .... grip
Gayle Hilary .... second assistant camera
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera
Frederick Lawrence .... key grip
Joe Pacella .... camera loader
Chris J. Rossi .... best boy grip
Charles Simons .... dolly grip: "A" camera
Robert Truitt .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emilio Anorve .... set costumer
Tammy Hynes .... costume supervisor
Meredith J. Murray .... costumer
Editorial Department
George Carlston .... dailies colorist
Josh Muscatine .... on-line editor
Steve Porter .... final colorist
Aidan Stanford .... color timer
Rosanne Tan .... post-production assistant
Music Department
Bill Civitella .... music supervisor
Eddie Delena .... music editor
Henry Hey .... composer: additional music
Dan Zank .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
'Wild Bill' Laczko .... driver
Other crew
Andy Bouvé .... production assistant
Lisa Collins .... script supervisor
Harold De Jesus .... title designer
Sofie Dejus .... production associate
Gavin Feek .... production assistant
Darin Ganitch .... production assistant
David M. Garber .... title designer: main titles
Charles Heaphy .... production financing
Gretchen Heim .... production assistant
Ben Hollick .... production assistant
Ryan Karten .... production assistant
Connie Kempany .... assistant post-production accountant
Michael Kolko .... production consultant
Matthew Nicholson .... assistant production coordinator
Brendan Parker .... production assistant
Jonathan Persky .... location manager
David Albert Pierce .... production counsel
Mark Pinkosh .... utility stand-in
Andrew Saul .... production accountant
Tara A. Senior .... production counsel
Christopher Underwood .... production assistant
Marcel Valcarce .... title designer
Jay Sheveck .... premiere and release (uncredited)
Paulene Reed .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Dirtier Deeds" - USA (video title)
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Rated PG-13 for crude humor, sexual content, language, teen partying/drug references and some violence
87 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Was originally going to be titled "10 Things", but it was changed because it was too similar to 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) (another high school-based comedy). Screenwriter Jon Land came up the title Dirty Deeds after hearing the AC/DC song, "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap".See more »
Anachronisms: Although the list of deeds was supposedly created in the early 80s, there are a few deeds that don't seem to make sense to have existed since inception. "Steal a car worth more than $100K" seems unlikely, because the average cost of a new car in the 80's was $7200. It is also unlikely that the car dealership would have the same inflatable leprechaun or the lodge would have the same night watchmen for over 20 years. It is also believed that the list could have been created in the '70s.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Fight Club (1999)See more »


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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
worthless, 6 August 2010
Author: seveleniumus from Lithuania

There's nothing much to say about this one - no point, no reason, no entertainment. The premise is OK, but it gets boring after about the second deed and there is ten of them so do the math... All characters are very underdeveloped and you literally know nothing about them, you think that American pie knock-offs(and if you think it's not a knock off you seriously need to see a doctor, because it makes that crystal clear from the first minute of the movie) would get at least the basics right, but this one fails even at that. There's some weird thing going on with the nudity in this movie where in some parts it acts like it's PG-13 and in other ones - a big red R, I didn't get that at all, my guess is that something probably got mixed up during the editing... The message near the ending is horrible and idiotic too.

So skip this worthless mess of a film, go re-watch American pie, hell, re-watch Porkys while you at it, seriously, there's no comedy to be found in this one, guys, JUST SKIP IT.

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