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London Betty (2009)

A touching comedy about thieves, whores and immigrants.
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Nicole Lewis ...
London Betty
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Billy
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Jess
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Volgo the Russian
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Mayor Plumb
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Sgt. Stone
Matt Ford ...
Roy McCoy
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Todd
Sheri Lynn ...
Cindy (as Sheri Toczko)
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Mindy
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Karate Stan
Jonathan Gorman ...
Stanley (as Jon Gorman)
Hadria Douglas ...
Reporter (as Haydria Finocchiaro)
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A touching comedy about thieves, whores and immigrants.

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Lond Betty Available on DVD Feb 2nd
26 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

Check out "London Betty" Available on DVD February 2nd

This movie is absolutely hilarious. I loved every minute of the quirky comedy. You definitely need to check it out, here's a quick synopsis to get ya in the mood.

Betty has moved across the pond to become a real life American reporter, but when her first story assignment turns out to be just another fluff piece she begins to think twice about the move. Discouraged and looking for allies Betty forms an unlikely bond with the neighborhood thieves and together they set out to investigate the town's crooked Mayor. Betty might just get her first real news story, but she'll have to be in cahoots with thieves to get it.

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