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Yellow Pages (1999)

Meet Al Baxter - video-guy, tour guide, private eye, minister and all around dork. He's the jackass of all trades. After a zany series of events and a quirky romance lead Al into purchasing... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Elisabeth Adwin ...
Suzi
Marty Andaluz ...
Mr. Ogawa
Rick Antony ...
Limo Driver
Lee Baldino ...
TV Reporter
David Burnett ...
Male Tourist
Barbara Casement ...
Organist
Toni Clinton ...
Kitchen Helper
Ron Daum ...
Attorney
Steve DeLong ...
Cop in Coffee Shop
Mike Dixon ...
Taxi Driver
Sassy the Dog ...
Herself
Charmaine Fillet ...
Babs Merrill
Aaron Fitzgerald ...
Priest in Restroom
Joe Flatt ...
Usher
Mark Friedrichsen ...
Tall Thug
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Meet Al Baxter - video-guy, tour guide, private eye, minister and all around dork. He's the jackass of all trades. After a zany series of events and a quirky romance lead Al into purchasing four different business ads in the yellow pages, Al finds himself working three more jobs. The only problem is they're all made up! Now, Al is neck deep in stolen microchips, Chinese tourists and an FBI sting. Starring one of the funniest ensemble casts in years, this farce will have your sides splitting in laughter! Written by Simitar Entertainment

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A comedy that looks for love in the...Yellow Pages

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3 August 1999 (USA)  »

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Filmed in 1996 but not released on video until 1999. See more »

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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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The Yellow Pages Song
Sung by Sam Taft
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