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Brooms (1996)

A single street sweeper faces the odorous task of cleaning up the city market:a motley selection of other, more idiosyncratic street cleaners join him as his sweeping transforms into a ... See full summary »
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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey ... Spike Man
Everett Bradley Everett Bradley ... Leader of the Opposition
Luke Cresswell Luke Cresswell ... Sweeper 1
Nick Dwyer Nick Dwyer ... Sweeper 4
Sarah Eddy Sarah Eddy ... Sweeper 5
Lee Evans ... Can Man
Stephen Frost ... Newspaper & Cup of Tea Man
Theseus Gerard Theseus Gerard ... Sweeper 2
Tony Haase Tony Haase ... Toothbrush Man
Hillel Meltzer ... Trolley Man
Fraser Morrison Fraser Morrison ... Sweeper 6
David Olrod David Olrod ... Big Broom Man
Carl Smyth Carl Smyth ... Dustpan Man
Fiona Wilkes Fiona Wilkes ... Sweeper 3
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A single street sweeper faces the odorous task of cleaning up the city market:a motley selection of other, more idiosyncratic street cleaners join him as his sweeping transforms into a dynamic celebration of rhythm. Loosely based upon the opening sequence of the UK percussion show, STOMP. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Music

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UK

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Release Date:

October 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Kehrmänner See more »

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QDE,Yes/No Productions See more »
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Color
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Stomp!
13 April 2004 | by Jonah14See all my reviews

What more can I say about YES/NO?

From their appearance on Bette Midler's Mondo Beyondo to the Coca Cola "Ice Pick" commercial to STOMP at the Orpheum Theater here in New York City, they've been a phenomenon.

Brooms is no different -- it's an incredible experience, only surpassed by live performance.

This short was Oscar-nominated, by the way, which gave the Academy an excuse to have them perform live at the 1996 Academy Awards. (They didn't win the Oscar, though -- some payoff, huh?)


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