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Rich Longfellow is a young aspiring actor who dreams of playing Shakespeare's Hamlet. He moves from a small town in Ohio to L.A., sure he will star in major motion pictures before making his way to England to perform Shakespeare at... See more »

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Roger Shank ...
Rich Longfellow (as Roger William)
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Harold Asailian Jr
J.D. Smith ...
Lee Fernandez
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Carmichael Astune
Randall Slavin ...
Duane Brickton
Teressa McKillop ...
Betsy (as Teressa Ann McKillop)
Razel Wolf ...
Lucy Lace
Stacey Nicolite ...
Misty Flavors
Dick Harris ...
Dr.Harold Asailian
Sharon Powers ...
Alice Bine
Don Siechert Jr. ...
Ed Phister
Jae Soh ...
Jae Soh
Defrancesco Anita Marie ...
Gwen Velvet (as Anita Francesco)
Robert Chase ...
Rod Blank
Alice Page ...
Breezy
Barton Regehr ...
Ray
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Wolf
Carolyn Lombardo ...
Rosie Mitchell
April Morgan ...
Female Auditioner
Ian Murray ...
Male auditioner
Chris Barnett ...
Ed Jones
Bruno Toigo ...
Bruno
Mark Lawrence ...
Mike
Joan Marlowe ...
Mrs. Longfellow
Karl Steinwachs ...
young Rich
Nicholas Armstrong ...
young Duane
Shannon Gleason ...
Flirtatious Groupie
Lisa Fichera ...
Shawni
Tia Nicole Tucker ...
Liz
Tammy King ...
Make-out Groupie
Debbie Osberg ...
Lee's assistant
Linda Scheft ...
Gemini
Bobby Gaylor ...
Toby Barr
Lee Evans ...
Phil
Donna Maria ...
Lisa
Bob Bielecki ...
The landlord
Robert A. Miranda ...
'Laundry Lust' director
Ramin Fathie ...
Betsy's boyfriend
Tina Muglia ...
Carmichael's ingenue
Roy Joselow ...
Stunt man #1
Chanj Jin Chung ...
Stunt man #2
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Voice over artist (as Jenny Sherwin)
Paul Metchik ...
Lamart
Larry W. McLellan ...
Adult theater patron
Tom Morrow ...
2nd patron
Betty Nichol ...
Church lady #1
Elinor Sparks ...
Church lady #2
Joel Miller ...
Psa thug
Beth Gilbert ...
Sunbather
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French actor
Barbara Witz ...
French actress
Arturo Cruz ...
Lee's baby
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Underage girl
Tate
John Reader ...
professor Johnson
Roberto Donati ...
Shakespeare player, the King
Dorio Barbieri ...
Shakespeare Player
Stephanie Ann Sauter ...
Shakespeare player
Pavel Dyban ...
Shakespeare player
Ann Ben-Porat ...
Shakespeare player
Malu Llora ...
Shakespeare player
Amber Hamilton ...
Shakespeare auditioner
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Shakespeare auditioner (as Mary Ellen Toomey)
Paul Yung ...
Shakespeare auditioner
Cheryl Johns ...
Shakespeare auditioner
Robyn Metchik ...
Shakespeare auditioner

Directed by

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Peter Shushtari

Written by

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Peter Shushtari ... (story) &
Mark Lawrence ... (story)
 
Peter Shushtari ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Pavel Dyban ... associate producer
Debbie Osberg ... co-producer
Peter Shushtari ... producer

Music by

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Juan Colomer

Cinematography by

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Ramin Fathie

Film Editing by

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Peter Shushtari

Editorial Department

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Pavel Dyban ... assistant editor
Sin Hock Gaw ... negative cutter
Morgan Sowden ... assistant editor

Art Direction by

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Karen Susmilch

Production Management

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Debbie Osberg ... unit production manager

Art Department

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Steven Bridges ... graphic artist

Sound Department

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Sivv Sivertsen ... production sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Pavel Dyban ... second assistant camera
Mark Kapczynski ... first assistant camera
Jae Soh ... director of photography: second unit

Other crew

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Kari Hobson ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Rich Longfellow is a young aspiring actor who dreams of playing Shakespeare's Hamlet. He moves from a small town in Ohio to L.A., sure he will star in major motion pictures before making his way to England to perform Shakespeare at London's Old Globe Theater. In the meantime, his physical attributes get him an acting job - in the porno industry! He begins a series of low-budget videos entitled, "America's Homemade Sex Videos" and soon moves up to feature-length porns. Eventually, he realizes he's not on the right path toward his lofty Shakespearean goals, so he quits the industry to do "Shakespeare For Seniors", a volunteer group performing Hamlet on a tour of convalescent homes in the San Fernando Valley. Written by

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Also Known As
  • The Prince of Denmark (United States)
  • The Prince of L.A. (United Kingdom)
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  • 80 min
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Quotes Lee Fernandez: I don't pay you to think, I pay you to fuck.
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