A retirement community hair stylist who moonlights as a local karaoke circuit celebrity hides out from police when a teenage keg party he's DJing gets busted.

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Mark Newman ...
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Max Newman ...
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Michael Newman ...
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A retirement community hair stylist who moonlights as a local karaoke circuit celebrity hides out from police when a teenage keg party he's DJing gets busted.

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Scary Larry puts the "O.K." in "karaoke."

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Documentary | Short

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December 2000 (USA)  »

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Due to the film's exposure at Indiana University, Larry was hired on several occasions by fraternities in Bloomington, Indiana to make appearances as a guest DJ at social functions. See more »

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Larry: I'm ranked second in the world as a hair dresser. I turned international in 1984, and uh, I'm one of 900 people in the country that are allowed to be an international guest artist.
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Great story, perhaps too short
21 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I began watching this film, I had a preconceived idea of how a ten-minute short film would look. However, Larry and the other characters in the film are very unexpected. The quirkiness of the group makes you question the reality of the story. This, to me, was what made the film. You never knew what to expect when someone began speaking to the camera. The only criticism I can think of is the length of the film. It's so short you barely have time to absorb what is going on before the film is over. More description of Larry, his history, and other aspects of his life would most likely have been as intriguing as the story presented in the film. Or maybe not. One way or another, this film is definitely worth the ten minutes.


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