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Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007) Poster

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Famous musicians that are spoofed by Dewey Cox are: Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, David Bowie, Roy Orbison, Queen, Meat Loaf, David Crosby, Jim Morrison, Harry Chapin, Don McLean, Elvis Presley, The Cars, Christopher Ward of the Ramones, Nelly, Tim McGraw, Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys during his "SMILE" album period, Stevie Wonder's loss of smell after his 1973 car crash, and Michael Jackson with the monkey and the giraffe as house pets.
Dewey Cox's audition, at which he sings Dean Martin's hit "That's Amore," is an in-joke reference to Elvis Presley. Elvis showed up at his audition for Sun Records wanting to sing like Dean Martin, but Sun owner Sam Phillips refused to record him until he and three members of the Sun house band started jamming on a blues song, Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama," which became Elvis's first record.
Dewey Cox breaks six sinks throughout the entire movie.
The photograph on the poster is based on the famous Joel Brodsky photo of Jim Morrison, which was used for the Best of The Doors album cover.
When we see the Top Selling singles chart showing Deweys fictional hit song "Walk Hard" at #4 the 3 songs ahead of it are #1 You, You, You by The Ames Brothers, #2 No Other Love by Perry Como and #3 P.S. I Love You by The Hilltoppers - all of which were actual hits.
When L'Chaim visits Dewey in prison he begins talking in Yiddish asking Dewey to speak the "Mamehlushen"(literally meaning "mother tongue")explaining that the guards won't understand what they're saying and suggests Dewey go to rehab. Dewey responds in German.
Prints were shipped to theaters under the fake title "Long Way Up".

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