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Winnebago Man -- Jack Rebney is the most famous man you've never heard of - after cursing his way through a Winnebago sales video, Rebney's outrageously funny outtakes became an underground sensation and made him an internet superstar. Filmmaker Ben Steinbauer journeys to the top of a mountain to find the recluse who unwittingly became the "Winnebago Man."


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Jack Rebney is the most famous man you've never heard of - after cursing his way through a Winnebago sales video... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jack Rebney ... Himself (also archive footage)

Ben Steinbauer ... Himself
Keith Gordon ... Himself
Nick Prueher ... Himself
Joe Pickett ... Himself
Douglas Rushkoff ... Himself
Charlie Sotelo ... Himself
Cinco Barnes ... Himself
Alan Berliner ... Himself

Mike Mitchell ... Himself
Alexsey Vayner ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Dangeur ... Himself
Hilton Hitt ... Himself - Private Investigator
Dan Brown ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Ben Steinbauer 
Writing credits
Malcolm Pullinger (writer) and
Ben Steinbauer (writer)

Louisa Hall  additional writing
Joel Heller  additional writing
Berndt Mader  additional writing
Natasha Rosow  additional writing

Produced by
Joel Heller .... producer
James D. Payne .... producer (as James Payne)
Malcolm Pullinger .... producer
Ben Steinbauer .... producer
Original Music by
William Anderson 
Lyman Hardy 
Andrew Hoke 
Taylor Holland 
Cinematography by
Bradley Beesley 
Berndt Mader 
Film Editing by
Malcolm Pullinger 
Sound Department
Luke Allen .... sound
Chris Keyland .... sound re-recording mixer
Benjamin Lowry .... sound
James D. Payne .... sound (as James Payne)
Chris Rusch .... sound
John L. Sims Jr. .... sound
Marianela Vega .... sound
Visual Effects by
Brandon Thomas .... motion graphics
Camera and Electrical Department
Shane Brown .... still photographer
Joel Heller .... additional photography
Jeremy Lamberton .... additional photography
Chris McInroy .... additional photography
Alan Novey .... additional photography
James D. Payne .... additional photography (as James Payne)
Anthony Penta .... additional photography
Jimmy Lee Phelan .... additional photography
Mark Proksch .... additional photography
Malcolm Pullinger .... additional photography
PJ Raval .... additional photography
Rebecca H. Sirmons .... additional photography
Brandon Thomas .... additional photography
Peter Thompson .... additional photography
Editorial Department
JoLynn Garnes .... additional editor
Nick Smith .... colorist
Nick Smith .... on-line editor
Music Department
John Leon .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Sharon Arteaga .... production assistant
Lindsey Ashley .... location manager
Josh Baran .... media consultant
Sarah Garrahan .... production staff
Elizabeth Hansen .... archival research
Deena Kalai .... production counsel
Dylan Marchetti .... theatrical consultant
Chelle Martinez .... production accountant
Charles Mulford .... production assistant
Ben Plimpton .... web site designer
Jonathan Alleman .... special thanks
Bradley Beesley .... special thanks
Christian Bruno .... special thanks
Keith Gordon .... very special thanks
Louisa Hall .... very special thanks
Britni Harris .... special thanks
Dee Ann Vaughn Harris .... special thanks
Kurt Harris .... special thanks
Marguerite Heller .... special thanks
Berndt Mader .... special thanks
Michael Moore .... special thanks
Vicki Vaugn Morrison .... special thanks
Janet Pierson .... very special thanks
John Pierson .... very special thanks
Cacky Poarch .... special thanks
Adam Roffman .... thanks
Karen Schmeer .... very special thanks
Jeff Steinbauer .... special thanks
Paul Stekler .... special thanks
Lisa Wang .... special thanks
Bruce Wingerd .... special thanks
Jackie Wingerd .... special thanks

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USA:85 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec)
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Did You Know?

Jack Rebney:I don't believe that I have the capability of being able to couch anything in a vernacular that's going to be understood by the people that you want me to talk to.See more »
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13 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Hilarious, Fascinating, Poignant -- As Great As "Anvil!", 8 June 2009
Author: timerrill from United States

Alright, here we go: this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, on any subject. It's not only for members of the Cult of Rebney (in case you live under a g--damn rock, I'm talking about Jack Rebney: the Winnebago Man, the Angriest Man in the World, the original viral video star, and the greatest swearer who ever lived).

The film has comedy: Rebney is one of the great crotchety old men of all time.

It has mystery: who is this monumental man, where does he live, what's the deal with his anger, what the f--k is this thing?

It has commentary: most Americans have "room-temperature IQs," the Ford Fiesta (or is it Festiva?) is a great car, and Bush-Cheney-Rumseld-Rove all deserve hot pokers up their a--es.

It also has flies, towels, windshields, seat belts, yelling, doors slamming, s--t hitting the fan, all types of "accoutrama"...and, last but not least, Tony! (If you have no clue what any of this means, go to YouTube and search "winnebago man.")

See this film ASAP, ya g--damn jackass. Or you can put it up your fern, if you want to.


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