Gubston Rundelcake, a bumbling appliance salesman, thought his day would be like any other. Along a deserted highway Gubston's day goes horribly wrong when his car careens into a mysterious... See full summary »
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Gubston Rundelcake, a bumbling appliance salesman, thought his day would be like any other. Along a deserted highway Gubston's day goes horribly wrong when his car careens into a mysterious Pedestrian. Suddenly his world is turned upside down when his haphazard attempt to cover up his crime becomes a fight to stay alive in the bizarre town of Blaton. Written by Jeremy morrison

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In the scene where Gubston hitches a ride with a mysterious, conspiracy driven stranger, that actor (Scott Tosta) Plays a dual role as both Gubston and the conspiracy driver. See more »

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Superb attempt for first time directors!
16 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Story is a little slow getting started, but it's a wild ride after that. The pedestrian is basically a murder mystery with a few twists and laughs. Great camera work and wonderful stunts! Scott Tosta (who also appeared in Shattered Dreams with Erik Estrada) is delightfully goofy as a bungling, paranoid Gubston Rundlecake. (what a name!) Brian Sharp is appropriately cast as the ominous and mysterious Pedestrian. He also reprises his roll from Dancing on coals as a Bum at the end of the film. The Pedestrian also has a great sound track, surprising for a low budget independent short. This is a little gem that got passed up by the film festivals because of it's length and pace. Thankfully The folks at KTEH, (PBS) saw it's charm and continue to air it from time to time. Check it out for yourself. It's a fun watch with a few surprises.


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