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Priscilla Chase is a woman who has never had an orgasm. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Parker Posey ... Priscilla Chase

Danny DeVito ... Wayne the Pool Guy

Winter Ave Zoli ... The Water's Fine Girl

Miranda Bailey ... Sherri

Paul Rudd ... Jack Chase
Adam Nelson ... Kid at Vending Machine

Keith David ... Coach Popovitch

Tim Russ ... Douglas
Ramon Adams ... Black Student
Jennifer Luu ... Chinese Student
Alex Potapenko ... Blonde Student (as Alex Potatenko)

Mischa Barton ... Kristen Taylor

James Kisicki ... Dr. Harry (as James P. Kisicki)

Liza Minnelli ... Alyssa Donahue

Brynn Horrocks ... Punky Chick
Richard A. Clark ... Video Tech No. 1
Randall Harr ... Video Tech No. 2
Christopher Mattingly ... Nerd
Debrae Barensfeld ... Receptionist (as Debrae Barenfeld)

John Sloan ... Guy at Club
Brandon Lewis ... Black Hipster (as Brandon J. Lewis)
Michael Orlando ... Hispanic Man
J.E. Smith ... Young Marine / English Guy (as James E. Smith)
Toby Radloff ... Toby

Ed Brigadier ... Fridtjof Knudsen
Molly McGinnis ... Woman No. 1
Bernard Canepari ... Higher Up
Alexander Alioto ... Waiter

Marisa Miller ... Assistant Principal
Thomas T.K. Zung ... Natty Chinese Man

Robert John Burke ... Binky Taylor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Fumi Desalu-Vold ... Coach's Wife (uncredited)
Diana Marie Ferra ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Heather Graham ... Justine, Sex Shop Clerk (uncredited)

David Lemoyne ... Extra (uncredited)
Steven Merker ... Store Patron (uncredited)
Tina Powers ... Waitress (uncredited)

Victoria Lea Rudd ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Joseph Ruffner ... Extra (uncredited)

Kiff VandenHeuvel ... Swede (uncredited)

Directed by
Billy Kent 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sarah Bird  story
Billy Kent  story
Adam Wierzbianski  screenplay
Adam Wierzbianski  story

Produced by
Miranda Bailey .... producer
Francey Grace .... producer
Debra Grieco .... executive producer (as Debra Grieco Bergman)
Matthew Leutwyler .... executive producer
Chris Petro II .... assistant producer
Amy Salko Robertson .... producer
Julie Sandor .... co-producer
Jun Tan .... executive producer
Original Music by
Bruno Coon 
Cinematography by
Ramsey Nickell (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Paul Bertino 
Michael R. Miller 
Casting by
Monika Mikkelsen 
Production Design by
Martina Buckley 
Costume Design by
Bruce Finlayson 
Makeup Department
Daniel Curet .... head hair stylist
Maggie Fung .... assistant makeup artist: Los Angeles
Monique Hahn .... key makeup artist
Rudolfo Icezalaya Hernandez .... assistant hair stylist (as Rodolfo Icezalaya)
Nancy Keslar .... key hair stylist
Judy Lovell .... head makeup artist
Randa Squillacote .... assistant hair stylist: Los Angeles
Production Management
Leslie Rodier .... post-production supervisor
Michael 'Spike' Van Briesen .... unit production manager: re-shoots
Jen Wall .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jude Gorjanc .... first assistant director
Samantha Lavin .... second assistant director: second unit, Los Angeles
Jesse Nye .... second assistant director
Andrew Sears .... second second assistant director: Cleveland
Art Department
Joe Barrett .... leadman: Los Angeles
Sue Brook .... carpenter
Sue Brook .... gang boss
Paula Collins .... lead man
Danelle Davenport .... storyboard artist
Lynn Kramer .... property master
Joe Monaco .... set dresser
Terry Myers .... carpenter
Erika Rice .... on-set dresser
John Robertson .... prop master
Greg Runnels .... set dresser
Andy Schofield .... set dresser (as Andrew Schofield)
Daniel Vincent Smith .... set dresser
J. Clay Tweel .... assistant to production designer
Sound Department
Spencer Blair .... post-sound assistant
Jason Brennan .... sound re-recording mixer
Dan Edelstein .... adr editor
Adam Fike .... post sound coordinator
Stephen M. Galvin .... adr editor (as Stephen Galvin)
Stephen M. Galvin .... dialogue editor (as Stephen Galvin)
Patrick M. Griffith .... supervising sound editor
Clifford 'Kip' Gynn .... production sound mixer
Anthony Krajchir .... sound engineer
Steve McCarty .... sound effects editor
Coleman Metts .... production sound mixer: Los Angeles
Charles Moore .... boom operator
Paul Ratajczak .... sound re-recording mixer
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound engineer
Trevor Sperry .... adr mixer
Leonard Suwalski .... utility sound
Steven Utt .... sound engineer
Debby VanPoucke .... post sound coordinator
Special Effects by
Bret Barrett .... special effects assistant: Los Angeles (as Bret Barrett)
Frank Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Alp Altiner .... lead matte painter
Corinne Bogdanowicz .... digital compositor
Michael Caplan .... visual effects executive producer: Engine Room
Brian Corpus .... technical operations manager: Pacific Title and Art Studio
Alan De Castro .... digital artist: Pacific Title (as Alan DeCastro)
Emily Fenster .... associate visual effects producer: Pacific Title
Eric Heavens .... digital compositing supervisor: Engine Room
Ladd Lanford .... visual effects producer: Pacific Title
Dave Piedra .... digital artist
Dave Piedra .... digital compositor: Engine Room (as David Piedra)
Jared Sandrew .... digital compositor
Dan Schmit .... visual effects supervisor
Gregory S. Scribner .... digital artist
Gregory S. Scribner .... digital compositor: Engine Room
James D. Tittle .... visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title (as Jim Tittle)
Cyrena Vladish-Addison .... visual effects production coordinator: Engine Room
Kevin W. Wright .... visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title (as Kevin Wright)
Francis Yu .... digital artist: Pacific Title
Phil Culotta .... safety rigger
Lena Fennema .... stunt double
Mark Kubr .... stunts
Kent W. Luttrell .... stunt double: Danny Devito
Michael Munoz .... stunt double: Danny Devito
Jim Vickers .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ffilip Bolton .... rigging electrician
Chris Burgon .... electrician
Ian Carmody .... camera loader
Kiely Cronin .... assistant camera: Cleveland
Kevin Hines .... electrician
Dan Jarrell .... key grip
Tim Juengel .... additional electrician
Eric Lee .... still photographer
Julie 'Doc' Lindstrom .... best boy electric
David Litz .... camera operator
Carlos Lopez Calleja .... assistant camera
Kevin Martt .... additional electrician
Rebekah Martz .... assistant camera
James McCusker .... electrician
Keith Nickoson .... dolly grip
Dave Perkal .... camera operator: "b" camera
Joel Perkal .... first assistant camera: underwater unit
Joel Perkel .... assistant camera
Ryan Polack .... grip
Scott Poston .... grip
Eliseo Romero .... assistant camera
Donnie Schneider .... electrician
Jeff Sefcek .... grip
Rick Stern .... grip
John Turk .... gaffer
Pete Villani .... rigging electrician (as Peter Villani)
Benton Ward .... grip
Adam N. White .... best boy grip
Ron Zabarsky .... electrician
Casting Department
Bill Ingram .... casting associate
Will F. Moore .... casting assistant
Amanda L. Preputnik .... casting associate
Lillian Pyles .... casting: Cleveland
Gene Vassilaros .... casting assistant
Johnny Wu .... asian casting: Cleveland
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pattie J. Barbosa .... key set costumer
Gregory Metcalf-Hall .... wardrobe intern/on-set
Editorial Department
George Chavez .... color timer
Byron Wong .... associate editor
Music Department
Allison Wright Clark .... music supervisor
Todd Homme .... composer: additional music
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music supervisor (as Michelle Kuznetsky-Silverman)
Michael Muhlfriedel .... composer: additional music (as Mick Muhlfriedel)
Dave Porter .... composer: additional music
Chris Udell .... composer: additional music
Tom Villano .... music editor
Tom Villano .... musical score producer
Transportation Department
Tony Barattini .... driver: grip truck
Marc Scott .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Alexis Alexander .... office production assistant
Serena Baker .... key assistant location manager: Los Angeles
Greg Bernstein .... production legal
Alex Capaldi .... assistant location manager
Amanda Dragon .... assistant: Mr. DeVito, Los Angeles
Alan Forbes .... location manager
Sylvia Frantom .... first assistant accountant
Courtney Gordon .... studio coordinator
Gary Kout .... production associate
Alan J. Lam .... production accountant
David Lemoyne .... production assistant
Tess Lindberg .... assistant: Mr. Kent
Diana Lui .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
J. Rogers Marquess III .... production assistant
Amanda Marshall .... assistant to producers (as Amanda Hartrey)
Jennifer McGrogan .... production coordinator
Brandy Mott .... production coordinator
Amy Mould .... production assistant
Chris Munday .... location manager
Howard Newstate .... set production assistant
Traci D. Nickerson .... production assistant
Chris Petro II .... assistant to producers: Los Angeles (as Christopher Petro)
Amanda L. Preputnik .... extras wrangler
Matt Preuer .... set medic
Aaron Rohn .... key set production assistant
Amanda Saccany .... production assistant
Virginia Saenz McCarthy .... script supervisor
J.E. Smith .... production assistant
Matthew T. .... location assistant
Christina Grozik .... film commissioner (uncredited)
Tom Bailey .... extra special thanks
Arija Bareikis .... special thanks
Chris Andrew Ciulla .... special thanks
Alex Draper .... special thanks

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Rated R for sexual content, language and some drug use
88 min
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Burt Reynolds was offered the role of Wayne, but had to turn it down due to scheduling conflicts.See more »
Factual errors: In Ohio passenger cars have both front and rear license plates.See more »
[Jack hops in his car and starts it when Kristen steps in]
Kristen Taylor:Hey, Mr. Chase.
Jack Chase:Get down. Someone might see you.
Kristen Taylor:Oh.
[ducks down to his lap]
Jack Chase:Okay, get up. Get up. Someone might see you. What do you want?
Kristen Taylor:A ride. To the Case Western University biophysics lab. I work there.
Jack Chase:Good for you.
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55 out of 70 people found the following review useful.
A surprisingly sincere and refreshing sex comedy, 10 November 2005
Author: kcnorris from United States

When I first heard about this film, I have to admit I was a bit skeptical. Sex and the movies have always had a bit of a rocky history, with some good results (Last Tango in Paris springs to mind) and quite a few bad ones (Anybody remember Casual Sex?). To be honest, I wasn't expecting the Oh in Ohio to be anything other than more of the same Hollywood piffle, featuring low-brow penis jokes (or, in this case I guess, vagina jokes) that predictably avoid any real thought into what fascinates us as a society about sex: The joys, the painful vulnerability, the almost magical awkwardness of it.

Well, I was pleasantly surprised. The Oh in Ohio has its share of both penis and vagina jokes, but they're all offered with a refreshingly non-puerile frankness. Very rarely has a film dealt with such a touchy subject with such aplomb, all the while avoiding the pitfalls that would make a film like this preachy, or exploitive, or boring. This is a film that's not afraid to say a lot of "dirty" words and put forth a lot of ideas that may make people uncomfortable. But the nice part is, it doesn't seem to care that it's doing it. It doesn't wave sex in the audience's face, saying "look how shocking this is," it just says what it has to say and leaves the audience to laugh, or squirm, or whatever.

The performances are probably the best thing about this film. Parker Posey, who we're used to seeing as the over-the-top characters in films like Best in Show, works well as the tentative "woman on a journey of self discovery". Paul Rudd plays his character lightly and likably, avoiding a lot of the pitfalls that plague men in this kind of film. Miranda Bailey's screechy, fun loving gal pal offers some of the funnier moments in the film, and Mischa Barton is sexily unassuming in her role (which could have, in my opinion, done with a little more meat).

But it's the chemistry between Posey and Danny Devito that really gets this film going. An unlikely pairing on the surface, they really do well together, with Devito offering a performance that is somewhat low-key, but utterly charming. There's a sincerity that comes through that made me want to smile, and frankly, to see more of him on screen.

There were a few moments where the comedy falls flat (at least for me), and some wondering where the characters are going during the course of the film. The direction seemed a little detached at times, particularly when dealing with a subject as intimate as it does.

All in all, The Oh in Ohio is what it is. It's not going to change the world of cinema... but then again, maybe it could: if more films were able to be as un-self conscious this one seems to be, maybe we could all start having fun with sex again, rather than layering it in fart jokes or squirreling it away in soulless pornography.

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