Gary is a charming guy, but Linda is tired of his grand plans and schemes. All of which have gone down the drain. Gary is a 'scalper'. Together with his friends and his 'Guardian Angel', Benny, he buys tickets to events and sells them off at highly increased prices. This doesn't really make him rich and proves to be more difficult than usual when a new guy gets into town, strong-arming all of Gary's sources. But then the gift of heaven arrives. The Pope is coming for a visit. Gary wants to make a lot of money on this so he can finally get one of his (more decent) plans for Linda off the ground and really work on a lasting relationship with her.
Irresponsible, Unreliable, Unpredictable and totally Irresistible.
26 February 1999 (USA)
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The Ticket Scalper
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Opening Weekend USA: $247,585,
28 February 1999, Limited Release
Gross USA: $430,404, 28 March 1999
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The pope's visit scene at Yankee stadium was filmed June 16th 1997 before the very first subway series game between the Yankees and Mets. You can see people wearing Yankee and Met apparel amongst the religious spectators outside the stadium. The Mets would go on to win the first subway series game by the score of 6-0. See more
After all of the credits have run, the character of Fred Asparagus is shown selling some merchandise, accompanied by credit saying "Fred Asparagus (1947-1998)" See more
Referenced in The Tracey Fragments
by Glenn Rueger See more