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  (in credits order)

Martin Short ... Martin Short / Martin Short age 17 / Charlie Short / Irving Cohen / Birth Father / Conductor / Norbert / Pierre De La Salle
Robin Duke ... Princess Anne

Fred Willard ... Mason Macgillivray

Andrea Martin ... Midwife

Eugene Levy ... Mr. Mortimer Rickards

Joe Flaherty ... Atticus Finch

George Stroumboulopoulos ... Himself

Naomi Snieckus ... Jennifer

Michael Therriault ... Teacher

Ely Henry ... Stan

Loretta Yu ... Kim Chee

Kylon Howell ... Devon

Victoria DiGiovanni ... Gwen
Jan Caruana ... Leona
David Black ... Conrad Black

Katie Bergin ... Sarah Ferguson
Marcia Diamond ... Ms Dubose

Adrienne Merrell ... Secretary
Farboud Arabi ... Rapper

Amy Lalonde ... Olive
Jerry Schaefer ... Rabbi

Bruce Pirrie ... Trevor
Bathsheba Garnett ... Tina

Stefani Kimber ... Nora

Matty Finochio ... Priest

Kathryn Greenwood ... Mother (as Katherine Greenwood)

Brendan Heard ... Addison Short

Daniel Stolfi ... Indian Chief
Ali Rizvi Badshah ... Rap Referee (as Ali Badshah)
Nathan Henry ... Martin Short age 8
James Coholan ... Bully #1

Meghan Heffern ... Mini Princess
Robert Segal ... Justin Bieber (as Martin Segal)
Darryl Hinds ... Indian #1

Marty Adams ... Ti-Cat Player 1
Roger Wong ... Tibetan Monk

Robert Fulton ... Football Referee
Emily Lineham ... Marty Dancer #1 (as Melissa Moore)

Alexandra Crenian ... Marty Dancer #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Miranda Jade ... Fred's Girlfriend
Tyler Curnew ... Puppet Show Child #5 (uncredited)

Jayden Greig ... Puppet Show Child (uncredited)

Michael James Regan ... Statue of David (uncredited)
Johan Vandergun ... Marionette (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ian Ross MacDonald 
Writing credits
Martin Short  and
Michael Short 

Produced by
Andrew Alexander .... executive producer
Dick Blasucci .... supervising producer
Klaus Schuller .... producer
Martin Short .... executive producer
Michael Short .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Jay McCarrol 
Cinematography by
Bobby Shore 
Film Editing by
Mike Fleischhaker  (as Mike Fly)
Casting by
Ashley Bowes 
Production Design by
James McAteer 
Costume Design by
Bonnie Sutherland 
Makeup Department
Judi Cooper-Sealy .... wig design
Faye Crasto .... assistant hair stylist
Faye Crasto .... assistant makeup artist
Stella Margaritis .... personal makeup artist/hair: Martin Short
Jennifer O'Connor .... makeup supervisor
Nina Stephen .... daily assistant makeup artist
Sue Upton .... special makeup effects artist
Melissa Zimmerman .... key makeup/hair
Production Management
Justin Kelly .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. Michael Dawson .... first assistant director
Michal Page .... second assistant director
Caris Rait .... third assistant director (as Caris Reid)
Art Department
Stephen Depko .... props
Mary Kirkland .... set decorator
Joyce McPherson .... art department coordinator
Sasha Tolstoy .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Chris Bottomley .... boom operator
John Loranger .... dialogue editor
John Loranger .... supervising sound editor
Steve Munro .... sound effects editor
Cory Siddall .... sound mixer
Jamie Sulek .... sound re-recording mixer
Derrick Wood .... audio coordinator
Special Effects by
Jon Davis .... special effects supervisor
James Sled .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Beau Parsons .... visual effects coordinator
Mike Chute .... stunt rigger
Dean Copkov .... stunt rigger
Christopher Cordell .... stunt coordinator
Carl Fortin .... stunt double: Martin Short
Max White .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Beauchamp .... first assistant b-camera
Cameron Bryson .... digital imaging technician
Chris Gilks .... genny operator
Natalino Lattanzio .... best boy grip
Kelly Richardson .... electrician
Nelson Rogers .... gaffer
Ryan Williams .... best boy electric
Ryan Williams .... equipment coordinator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sarah Goodwin .... assistant costume designer
Juul Haalmeyer .... costume consultant
Sharon McDonell .... personal dresser: Martin Short
Transportation Department
Paul Fler .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Geoffrey A. Cole .... location manager
Jonathan Collard .... stand-in: Martin Short
Jackie English .... choreographer
Gerhard Gouws .... production coordinator
Danny Mendlow .... production assistant
Fraser Mills .... assistant production coordinator
Julie Bryn Netley .... production secretary
Justyna Ogorkis .... business affairs
Seth Rossman .... weapons handler
James Sled .... firearms supervisor
Lindsay Somers .... key set medic

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Martin Short Goes Home, Sends Himself Up, I Must Say..., 3 April 2012
Author: Wm. Maher from Windsor ON

I, fearing a bushel of Canadian corn, was surprised at how sharp the script by Martin and Michael (brother? son?) Short was and at how many great gags popped by, one after another. It was like a really tight late-model SCTV show; no sacred cows, bizarre impersonations and media parodies, a rambling "story" and no opportunity for surprise left unattended. The presence of old cronies Eugene Levy, Joe Flaherty, and Robin Duke could have been quaint but you'll see they all stepped their game for the occasion. If you don't know Martin's career or some Canadiana (can I really spell George Stromboulopoulis?) it will dim your amusement factor a little and there are the odd 6-point misfires to sit through (Fred Willard can't be great in everything) but the abundance of snappy 8+point moments makes Going Home worth the trip. Averages out to a 7++ in my book.

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