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The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia investor, "Mr. Big", wants his $500,000 within 24... See more »

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Mr. Big (as Little Louis)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David W. Beames ...
(voice)
Bradford Craig ...
Pinnochio (voice) (singingVoice)
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Man Buying Hot Dog / Best Picture Announcer
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The Chauffeur (as Jonathan E. Freeman)
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Man in Lusterine Commercial
Micheal Greaves ...
(voice)
Uta Hofmann ...
(voice)
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Jessica Cooze
Karen Magid ...
(voice)
Adam McAdams ...
Drunk in bar / Puppet voice (voice)
Susan McAneny ...
(voice) (singingVoice)
Penny Nicholls ...
Dancer at The Wreck Bar
Sean O'Malley ...
(voice)
Lynette Sheldon ...
Doctor's Patient in Climax Ad
Micheal Young ...
(voice)
Turk Turpin ...
Mr. Big's Henchman (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gerard Damiano

Written by

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Gerard Damiano ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Gerard Damiano ... producer

Music by

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Bradford Craig
Cosmo Richard Falcon
David Hollister
Gustavo Motta ... (as Gus Motto)
Alan Silvestri

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Beyen C. Mitchell ... director of photography

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Bill Bukowski ... (as William A. Bukowski)
Gerard Damiano

Costume Design by

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Diane Fox

Production Management

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David W. Beames ... assistant production manager
Bill Bukowski ... production manager (as William A. Bukowski)

Art Department

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Pady Blackwood ... puppet designer
James Racioppi ... puppet designer
Nick Roberts ... set designer
Annie Sprinkle ... set designer
Wayland Flowers ... puppet designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bill Bukowski ... sound (as William A. Bukowski)

Camera and Electrical Department

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David W. Beames ... still photographer (as David W. Beams)
John Kraus ... key grip
James McCalmont ... gaffer
Robert Michaels ... camera assistant (as Robert Micheal)

Script and Continuity Department

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Annie Sprinkle ... continuity

Other crew

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Pady Blackwood ... puppeteer
Micheal Greaves ... puppeteer
Adam McAdams ... puppeteer
James Racioppi ... puppeteer
Nick Roberts ... puppeteer
Micheal Young ... puppeteer

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Plot Summary

The three chief executives of Creative Concepts Systems & Procedures Brothers Unlimited Inc. of New York are in hot water as their latest venture has been a huge failure, and their Mafia investor, "Mr. Big", wants his $500,000 within 24 hours, or else. So Jimmy, a courier who over hears their plight, suggests they make a porno movie as an easy way of getting back the lost money. Written by Luke Winterton

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Also Known As
  • Let My Puppets Go (United States)
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  • 75 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia According to a report in Variety, September 15, 1976, film was originally created as a short subject to book in conjunction with Damiano feature The Story of Joanna (1975). It was expanded to feature length before release, however. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Let My Puppets Come (2011). See more »
Soundtracks Creative Concepts, Systems and Procedures, Brothers Unlimited, Inc. See more »
Crazy Credits The puppets are all given "porno names" (such as Anthony Quimm) in the credits. See more »

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