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The Bible and Gun Club (1996)

A group of door-to-door salesmen are on their way to the national meeting. Sales haven't been very good this year and they are worried. Things get weird when the king of bible and gun sales... See full summary »

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Daniel J. Harris
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2 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Pamela Ackerman Pamela Ackerman ... Betsy Blue
Robert Blumenthal Robert Blumenthal
Pamela Demorest Pamela Demorest
Cheryl Dent ... Prom Girl
Kevin Hanley Kevin Hanley
Andy Kallok ... Stan
Ilya Lyudmirsky Ilya Lyudmirsky ... Pizza Clerk
Julian Ott Julian Ott
Wynn Reichert ... Emcee
Al Schuermann ... Bill
Don Scribner ... Homeless guy
Bill J. Stevens ... Rev. Dent
Don Yanan ... Phil
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A group of door-to-door salesmen are on their way to the national meeting. Sales haven't been very good this year and they are worried. Things get weird when the king of bible and gun sales says he is going to take over their turf. Let the bizarreness begin. Written by Matt Russell <aumgn@amphibious.net>

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Tell the Lord not to send His Son, tell the Lord to come Himself. They're gonna need Him.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

10 June 1998 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Drustvo biblija i oruzje See more »

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Spoofs Salesman (1969) See more »

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Buzzsaw Twist
Performed by The Gee Cees
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L.A. hipsterism, inc.
3 July 2000 | by nunculusSee all my reviews

If you live in Los Angeles you've met him: the velvet-pants-wearing, sideburn-covered, Swingers-derivative hipster maximus. He is all over every frame of this indie geekfest, which combines lame steals from Der Quentin (black-suited dudes who look too much like Lawrence Tierney wielding handguns) and the Coen Brothers (lotsa wacky wacky behavior all around). Shot in ugly black and white, it follows a bunch of extremely unsightly middle-aged "bible and gun" salesmen, and pauses to leer at quadraplegics, homeless nutsos, ZZ Top-like Texans, trailer trash, and--you betcha!--porn stars. This is the kind of thing for guys who think pictures of their grandfathers in dumb leisure suits standing next to a Dodge Dart are a hoot and a half. Having said all that, it's queerly impossible to stop watching it.


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