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Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West (2014)

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Popovich is an ex circus legend struggling as a street performer in the wild west streets of Las Vegas. When his junkyard home full of stray animals gets into trouble, he and his animal buddies use all their circus tricks to save it.
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Gregory Popovich ...
Popovich
Jason Neistadt ...
The Voice of the Fabled American West
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Lightfoot Legrand
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Candace
Joe Berry ...
Mosley
John Hanks ...
Mortager
Mike Thompson ...
Space Mime
G. Scott Thompson ...
Giant Samurai Elvis
Bob Shaughnessy ...
Tiny Samurai Elvis
Barrett Applegate ...
Disco Dragon
Robert Shupe ...
Torvald
Voki Kalfayan ...
Mystifico
Anastasia Alexandrova ...
Dazzleen
Julia Jones ...
Madeleine
Erik Amblad ...
Johnny Fantastic
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Popovich is an ex circus legend struggling as a street performer in the wild west streets of Las Vegas. When his junkyard home full of stray animals gets into trouble, he and his animal buddies use all their circus tricks to save it.

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Comedy | Family | Western

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Very charming film achieves its goal
8 September 2014 | by (Salem Oregon) – See all my reviews

This is a little family film in the best way possible, full of cute animals, silly characters, charming story and deliberate overacting. Showcases the talents of star Gregory Popovich and his wonderful love for rescued shelter animals who perform amazing tricks. The film connects the acts that Popovich has become somewhat famous for, and was filmed in and around the theater he works in and various outdoor locations in Las Vegas.

Low-budget and made with a personal passion, this movie is like something from a 70s children matinée. I'm a 51-year-old man, but still loved it. See this movie, and see the live show in Las Vegas as well.


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