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Dice Rules (1991)

NC-17 | | Comedy, Documentary | 17 May 1991 (USA)
Before he was The Diceman, he was a poor, pathetic, put-upon Jew from New York who was disrespected by everyone he came across. Everyone. Then - he got the studded vanity leather jacket--... See full summary »

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... Himself
... Gas Station Attendent
Sylvia Harman ... Homeless Woman
... Lee
Noodles Levenstein ... Bank Teller (as Marty 'Noodles' Levenstein)
Maria Parkinson ... Berneece
Michael Wheels Parise ... Dr. Slaughter (as Michael 'Wheels' Parise)
Sumont ... Convenience Store Clerk
Hot Tub Johnny West ... Deli Clerk (as 'Hot Tub' Johnny West)
Fred Silverstein ... Man in Love
Carmine Diorio ... Band Member
Sal Iuvara ... Band Member
Steve Jankowski ... Band Member
Richard Santa ... Band Member
Robert Santa ... Band Member
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Before he was The Diceman, he was a poor, pathetic, put-upon Jew from New York who was disrespected by everyone he came across. Everyone. Then - he got the studded vanity leather jacket--and the Diceman was just - well, he just appeared. And his coolness and general attitude about everything just blew everyone away. Cut to Madison Square Garden where the Diceman himself not only became cool, suave, arrogant - and strangely Italian. He filled the arena two nights in a row. He comes onto the stage and croons in a Gold-Record worthy Clay original - then he starts the stand-up. And leaves no taboo - taboo. The attack on everything. The need to just blow the lid off of everything the fascism of political correctness has been taking over worse than - well, any Holocaust ever did. And the crowd is always giving him a standing ovation loud and powerful enough to level the house. Written by Dane Youssef

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20th Century Fox was originally set to release the film in December 1990. Due to the failure of The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990) and a string of media controversies for Andrew Dice Clay surrounding its release, they dropped the project. Clay called the decision "a load of crap... [it] could have been a cool Christmas present for my fans... to see the Diceman up there on the screen, 40 feet tall. I completely trusted the people at Fox, put my entire career in their hands, which turned out to be my mistake." See more »

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Featured in Siskel & Ebert: The Worst Films of 1991 (1992) See more »

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Live concert from MSG 1991
5 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

I was at the second day of filming. Concert was good - not as good as the Philly HBO special though - probably because it is 2 days of concerts edited into one. They had us yell Dice Rules for 10 min - it turned into FU FU FU. Still, the rhymes were recited pretty damned loud.

_BOB


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