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In a dangerous world, sexy just isn't enough. You need to be a Crazy Girl!
Ex CIA agent Damon Archer owns a gentleman's club in Las Vegas. One day, he discovers that a terrorist is hatching a plan to build an enormous bomb... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Clive Robertson ... Damon Archer

Nikki Ziering ... Casey Myers

Simona Fusco ... Monica Adams

Al Sapienza ... Alex Walker

Bill Hufsey ... Ramone Lopez (as Billy Hufsey)

Charles Fathy ... Hamid Marzook

Jay Giannone ... Jamir El Saeed

Nicole Zeoli ... Annie Landon
Eliset Lobato ... Jasmine Daniels
Anita Motz ... Lana Novak / Crazy Girls Dancer
Rayma Alfred ... Rachel Michaels / Crazy Girls Dancer
Valentina Smirnova ... Crystal / Crazy Girls Dancer
Terese Cilluffo ... Suzy / Crazy Girls Dancer (as Terese Chafé)
Larry Swain ... Yuri
Tanner McElroy ... Airport Security Guard
Ali Dean ... The General
Mamaluka Cohen ... Card Player
Tao-By Aleman ... Card Player

Jack Dimich ... Ahmet Walid
Jennifer McKenzie ... Crazy Girls Dancer
Alexa Fabbri ... Crazy Girls Dancer
Summer Ferguson ... Crazy Girls Dancer
Elizabeth Grantham ... Crazy Girls Dancer
Jennifer Stowe ... Crazy Girls Dancer
Brandyn Horsley ... Crazy Girls Dance
Cheryl Vick ... Crazy Girls Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Joey Naber
Rocky Self ... Secret Agent
Kevin Deon ... (uncredited)

Rusty Meyers ... Detective (uncredited)

Adam Rote ... Border Patrol Guard (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... IranianTerrorist (uncredited)

Directed by
Chris Langman 
Writing credits
Nobert Alaman (screenplay)

Mike Painter  screenplay co-writer

Produced by
Norbert Aleman .... executive producer
John Ferguson .... producer
Russell Jones .... producer
Alan Margulies .... executive producer
Mike Painter .... line producer
Mike Painter .... producer
William Schlick .... executive producer (as William P Schlick)
Original Music by
Carl Johnson 
Film Editing by
Sonny Baskin 
Casting by
Bill Marinella 
Production Design by
Leslie Binns 
Art Direction by
Brendon Crigler 
Set Decoration by
Christian Washburn 
Costume Design by
Jessica Albertson 
Makeup Department
Lee Ann Brittenham .... hair department head
Tracy Manzo .... key makeup artist
Thea Samuels .... makeup department head
Severn Lang .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mimi Mui .... first assistant director
Andrew Shepherd .... second assistant director
Art Department
Steve Blakney .... property assistant
Starla Christian .... property assistant
Bobby N. Jones .... property master: Los Angeles (as Bobby Jones)
Gilchrist Macquarrie .... set dresser
Matthew Pinkerton .... leadman
Derek Riley .... set dresser
Gaylene West .... property master: Las Vegas
Sound Department
Jeremy Balko .... adr mixer
Beau Biggart .... adr mixer
Donald Flick .... sound editor
Tamara Johnson .... re-recording mixer
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Christopher Moriana .... foley artist (as Chris Moriana)
Rocky Reilly .... boom operator
Bill V. Robbins .... sound mixer (as Bill Robins)
Richard Taylor .... sound designer
Richard Taylor .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Gary D'Amico .... special effects supervisor
Randy Fitzgerald .... special effects
Ken Rudell .... special effects
Scott Wichman .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Russell Jones .... visual effects producer
Adam Rote .... visual effects supervisor
Minerva Adams .... stunt player
Greg Anderson .... stunt player
Ted Barba .... stunt player
Joey Box .... stunt player
Nick Brett .... stunt player
Carl Ciarfalio .... stunt player
Max Daniels .... stunt player
Mark De Alessandro .... stunt player (as Mark DeAlessandro)
Yannick Derrien .... stunt coordinator: Los Angeles
Christopher Doyle .... stunt player
Eyad Elbitar .... stunt player
Michael Hilow .... stunt player
Jeff Jay .... stunt player
Ethan Jensen .... stunt player
Linda Jewell .... stunt player
Cassandra McCormick .... stunt player
Chris Palermo .... stunt player
Gary Price .... stunt player
Mark Riccardi .... stunt coordinator: Las Vegas
Valerie Riccardi .... stunt player
J.P. Romano .... stunt player (as Jean-Pierre Romano)
Jimmy Romano .... stunt player
Laurence Todd Rosenthal .... stunt player (as Laurence Rosenthal)
Lincoln Simonds .... stunt player
Patrick J. Statham .... stunt player (as Patrick Statham)
Michael Valenzuela .... stunt player
Eileen Weisinger .... stunt player
Merritt Yohnka .... stunt player
Camera and Electrical Department
Bud Adams .... grip
Troy Blischok .... first assistant camera
Craig Clements .... grip
Dave Ferguson .... key grip
John Ferguson .... gaffer
Robert Flowers .... electrician
Charles 'Tom' Hinson .... best boy grip: Las Vegas (as Tom Hinson)
Ian Jameson .... electrician
Matthew T. Price .... film loader (as Matthew Price)
Jason Raswant .... additional camera operator
Nikolas Smith .... grip
Charles B. Walker .... best boy electric (as Charlie Walker)
Jessica Ward .... second assistant camera
Langston York .... grip
Casting Department
Jaki Baskow .... las vegas casting
Georgia Simon .... adr voice casting
Editorial Department
Regina Antes .... post-production coordinator
Derek Herr .... on-line editor
Michael Jacks .... assistant editor
Michael Mintz .... colorist
Heidi Tebo .... project manager: The Post Group
Location Management
Brett Williams .... location manager: Los Angeles
Music Department
Dominick Certo .... music editor
Other crew
Chris P. Anderson .... assistant production coordinator
Allegra Sophia Leuthold .... production coordinator: Los Angeles (as Allegra Leuthold)
Melinda Leuthold .... script supervisor
Brian Maynard .... armorer
Thu Pham .... production coordinator: Las Vegas
Meghan A. Rahilly Anderson .... production accountant
Meghan Rahilly .... payroll accountant
Kathy Riley .... controller

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Rated R for nudity, some strong sexuality, violence and brief language
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53 out of 65 people found the following review useful.
What a movie, 9 February 2009
Author: movier59 from United States

What happens when a second rate strip club promoter decides to make a movie about his imaginary escapades as an international spy? Is it possible to pointlessly incorporate a screenwriter's penchant for transvestite celebrity impersonators into the plot of a semi-erotic spy movie? Is traveling in a motorcade of yellow motorcycles and Hummers the best way for undercover strippers to sneak up on a truck carrying chemical weapons? If you can make it all the way through its excruciating 90 minutes, Crazy Girls Undercover answers all of these questions and more. But the real question may be, could a movie be any worse? It took several viewings to comprehend the plot of this picture. Unfortunately, each time I sat through the film I became one percent dumber, so it is still not completely clear. Screenwriter Norbert Aleman operates on a different level than your average filmmaker. He has created a world in which logic and reason do not exist. Despite a plot that revolves almost entirely around strippers, Aleman boldly resists the temptation to show any real nudity, opting instead for badly choreographed topless show routines and brief nipple insert shots.

In Aleman's Vegas, terrorists are given VIP treatment in second rate casinos, yet operate undetected by the CIA (which operates out of a bar with a red Dodge Viper parked in front). They also take their private jets to Tiajuana. Everyone runs around with guns drawn, firing inside casinos while the police are nowhere to be found. When Crazy Girl Crystal is beaten up (by Yuri, the white slave trader/kitchen worker), she is fired from the show and replaced by new girl Monica, a recent parolee from New Jersey who gave up stripping to become a professional poker player. Folks, you cannot make this stuff up. There is a bomb maker and a drug dealer, but they are not important here.

Director Chris Langman is simply too busy setting up dolly shots to give any thought to the actors' performances. And his obsession with Riviera Casino establishing shots and cartoon freeze frames borders on the absurd. The cinematography makes Nam Angels look like Apocalypse Now.

How did this movie get made? Simple: the filmmakers rounded up a group of strippers, hired the least qualified cameraman in Hollywood and proceeded to blow close to a million dollars on a film that will leave you in stunned jawdropping disbelief. We can only assume that Norbert Aleman bribed the buyers at Showtime with cash, lap dances and a transvestite or two to get this thing on the air.

The one bright spot in this picture is young actress Nicole Zeoli, who plays Crazy Girl Annie Landon. She not only gives the best performance in the film, but the hope of seeing her incredible body naked is the only reason this reviewer didn't stop watching after the first five minutes. Unfortunately she is only afforded a few scenes, as the filmmakers chose to devote more screen time to close ups of former Sopranos bit player Al Sapienza and his botched hair transplant.

Another nice thing about Crazy Girls Undercover is that after viewing, you will have no desire to waste your money on the real Crazy Girls show at the Riviera on your next trip to Las Vegas.

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