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E*L*M - Entry Level Male (1996)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Michael W. Rhoads Michael W. Rhoads ... Roger A. Riglan
Clyde Peterson Clyde Peterson ... Billy
Patti Rayne Patti Rayne ... H. E. R.
Jeanne Harris Jeanne Harris ... Jenef
Desiree Munson Desiree Munson ... E. R. A.
Gloria Benedict Gloria Benedict ... Cherry Apple-Day
Seanna Harrington Seanna Harrington ... Zelta
Luke Leonard Luke Leonard ... Great Sivad
Alicia Church Alicia Church ... Queenie
Gene Burke Gene Burke ... Russ
Blake Stokes Blake Stokes ... Einstein
Emma Norris Emma Norris ... General Burns
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vivian Stephens Vivian Stephens ... Galactic Judge R. D. F.
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In a future universe ruled by women how much damage can one man do?

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USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Houston, Texas, USA

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M 4 Productions See more »
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Color
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It was technically proficient
25 October 2004 | by ginzu98See all my reviews

The Cinematography, Editing, and Sound Design was technically proficient. Yes the movie was lame. It was also the only film at the time to be self-distributed at major theaters. I can say this since I worked on it for three years Michael. But nice to know you at least checked out Seanna (not Reanna). It was not shot in a basement. Where are there basements in Houston??? It was shot almost entirely in or on the property of Bunch Mclendon Studios. Now owned by Motion Pixel an animation company. Movie geeks would appreciate all the old cameras, projectors, and editing equipment used as props. We basically recycled all the "junk" in the studio into props, such as the cameras that were used. We started writing the film in 1994, and I pointed out that movies would be put on discs and cameras would shrink down to palm size. We had a few good jokes. The main problem is that the producers were scared Rush Limbaugh would sue and so the script became really watered down- all the punches we threw were pulled. :(


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