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Eddie Presley (1992)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama | March 1992 (USA)
An Elvis impersonator with a wounded psyche, unflinching in his quest to keep the King's spirit alive bets it all on one night of glory, a headlining spot at dingy Tinseltown dive.

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Eddie Presley
Robert Lowden ...
Spray Painter
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Homeless Man
Enrique Angel Torres ...
Homeless Man in Stairway
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Cook (as Pat Zimmerman)
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Sid
Melissa Cooper ...
Aspiring Actress #1
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Tyranny (as Stacie Bourgeois)
Julie Rhodes ...
Foxey (as Julie Rhode-Browne)
Lee Zimmerman ...
Street Puppeteer
Will Huston ...
Ace (as William Leon Edwards)
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Captain Starch
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Gilberto Rodriquez ...
Guard (as Gilbert Rodriguez)
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An Elvis impersonator with a wounded psyche, unflinching in his quest to keep the King's spirit alive bets it all on one night of glory, a headlining spot at dingy Tinseltown dive.

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"Deep down we all want to be The King."

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This movie SUCKS
29 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was One of the worst movies I'v e ever seen. There were a few interesting characters but most of them made no sense to me. First was the odd dude in the coffee shop? What was that all about? He was always looking in the napkin dispenser. Then there was the old dude security guard. I guess he was one of the few believable characters in the film and he's done some other good work. Unfortunately, his part was far too small. OK, then there was Doc's club. Now this could have been played a lot more. The talent was rough. I personally enjoyed the ventriloquist. He was a metaphor for this film : HE SUCKED. About the only thing I liked were the two old ladies watching the show at Docs' They were cute, and I suspect related to the director or maybe the blue-haired investors that forked over the dough for this film and got a cameo. Who knew they would be the two best actors in this film! I also want to give a Golden Globe nomination to the rabbit that bit the magicians finger. He was really in character. Obviously, he is a star and probably regrets appearing in this stinker


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