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The Coffee Shop Robbery (2005)

The Coffee Shop Robbery is about a robbery that goes wrong when there is no money in the morning shift till. The white gunman don on the employee's uniform and beings to serve the patrons ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Andrew Bond ...
Band Member #2
Kevin James Bond ...
Band Member #1
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Lt. J. Johnson
Andrew Cleveland ...
Dave
Nick Corirossi ...
White Guman
Brittan Ellis ...
Girl #1
Fredrik H. Eriksson ...
Guy #1
Anthony Funk ...
Guy #2
Rebecca Garcia ...
Girl #2
Molly Gerson ...
BMW Lady
Sean Ghazzara ...
Chuck
Vincent Lis ...
Band Member #3
Danielle Prajer ...
Girl #3
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Latina Gunwoman
Andy Weeks ...
Band Member #4
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The Coffee Shop Robbery is about a robbery that goes wrong when there is no money in the morning shift till. The white gunman don on the employee's uniform and beings to serve the patrons but starts to enjoy working for the coffee shop instead of robbing it. The white gunman realizes this coffee shop is a very busy shop and people will pay a lot of money for a simple cup of coffee. The white gunman finally has enough money from the shop, enters a latina gunwoman who stick-up the white gunman's fouled robbery. Both the store employee and the white gunman are bound and gagged in the manager's office. Written by Christopher De Stefano

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Short | Comedy

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25 April 2005 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Aurora Awards®, Gold Award - Student Film, 2007, WINNER: Student Film - "The Coffee Shop Robbery". See more »

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