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Sneaky Snake: Lost in the Holy Land (2007)

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While searching for a bacon-cheeseburger in the Holy Land, sock-puppet Sneaky Snake encounters genital prejudice.

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Uncredited cast:
Sneaky Snake / Rabbi Slitherstein / Father McHissey / Habib B. Gunn (uncredited)


Sneaky Snake (a green sock puppet), whose escapades often get him into hot water. In this episode, Sneaky becomes lost in the Holy City of Jerusalem, searching for a McDonald's bacon-cheeseburger. Along the way he meets a Rabbi, a Priest, and a Mullah, who each recommend a 'particular' surgical procedure on Sneaky's anatomy. In an amazing tour-de-force of acting, Sneaky plays all the roles in this culturally diverse short. Written by George Sanders

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Will our hero have his Holiday cut short?


Short | Comedy



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3 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Awards for "Sneaky Snake: Lost In The Holy Land" include: "THE AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD" for Best Short Film, The Vine Shorts Fest, Santa Monica, CA; "THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD" for Best Short Film, The End of the Pier International Film Festival, Bognor Regis, UK; "BEST SHORT FILM" in Animation/New Media, ReelheArt International Film Festival, Toronto, Canada; "AWARD OF EXCELLENCE" from The Accolade Competition, "INTEGRAL REALIZATION AWARD" from Festival de Cine de Granada, Granada, Spain; FINALIST in the categories of "BEST FILM" and "BEST DIRECTOR" from the International Filmmakers Festival, Margate, UK; "SPECIAL MENTION" from The San Francisco Short Film Festival; (Additional) "OFFICIAL SELECTION" The Williamstown Film Festival, Williamstown, MA; The Indie Fest, Anahiem CA; Forster Film Festival, Forster, Australia; Festival Du Cinema De Bruxelles, Belgium; Festival de Cine Internacional de Barcelona, Spain; The Crank Cookie Kurtzfilmtage, Passau, Germany; The Palm Springs International ShortFest (Film Market). See more »

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Sneaky Snake: The Secret to Peace in the Middle East?
8 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, no, but Sneaky Snake unflinchingly takes on the seemingly intractable bigotry of all sides with often hilarious results. Christian, Muslim, Jew - none is safe from the dryer escapee who has made it through the looking glass. "Sneaky Snake: Lost in the Holy Land" features a foul-mouthed but oddly lovable sock puppet - think wise guy Bender from Futurama trying to pass as Lambchop (look up Shari Lewis if you don't know who Lambchop was) and you get the idea. The result is sometimes shocking (did he really say that?) but always fun.

Shawn Curran's lively characterizations and spot-on timing bring energy and interest to what is essentially a guy with a camcorder following a sock puppet around. I can only dream that somewhere up there Shari Lewis and Edgar Bergen are watching and laughing their asses off.

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