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The Woman Chaser (1999)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 8 October 1999 (USA)
Set in 1950s Los Angeles, Richard Hudson (Warburton) is a shrewd car dealer who moves from San Francisco and sets up a used-car dealership. Tiring of this job, he turns the lot over to an ... See full summary »

Director:

Robinson Devor

Writers:

Charles Willeford (novel), Robinson Devor

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Warburton ... Richard Hudson
Eugene Roche ... Used Car Dealer
Ron Morgan Ron Morgan ... Bill
Emily Newman Emily Newman ... Laura
Paul Malevich Paul Malevich ... Leo
Lynette Bennett Lynette Bennett ... Mother
Joe Durrenberger Joe Durrenberger ... Chet
Ernie Vincent Ernie Vincent ... The Man
Max Kerstein Max Kerstein ... Ruggerio
Mel Hampton ... Flaps
Pat Crowder Pat Crowder ... Salvation Army Woman
Marilyn Rising ... Becky
Lora Witty ... Mrs. Shantz (as Laura Witty)
Lane Siller Lane Siller ... Milo
J. Keith van Straaten ... Dickie J. Hewlitt
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Storyline

Set in 1950s Los Angeles, Richard Hudson (Warburton) is a shrewd car dealer who moves from San Francisco and sets up a used-car dealership. Tiring of this job, he turns the lot over to an assistant and starts writing his first movie, The Man Who Got Away. It turns out to be an uncommercial picture chronicling the story of a truck driver who goes berserk, runs over a little girl and dies fending off a platoon of police officers. In making his film, Richard enlists the help of his father-in-law, Leo (Paul Malevich), a washed-up former film director whose notable possession is a Rouault painting of a clown. Through Leo, Richard pitches his idea to the Man (Ernie Vincent), the chief executive of Mammoth Pictures who green-lights the project. Conflict inevitably arises when Richard's obsession for making the movie his way clashes with the Man. Other kooky characters include Richard's mother (Lynette Bennett), a former ballerina who lures her hirsute lug of a son into a comic pas de deux ; ... Written by Anonymous

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What can equal the tragedy of a strong man's tears?

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 October 1999 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,200,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,280, 21 July 2000, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$110,720, 1 October 2000
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Trivia

According to the bedside clock, Richard's introductory lovemaking session with Becky lasted 2 minutes, despite his earlier claims to being a fantastic lover. See more »

Quotes

Richard Hudson: It's Christmas goddamn it! Suit up!
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Connections

References The Big Lebowski (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

Voodoo Dreams
Written by Les Baxter
Performed by Les Baxter and His Orchestra
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Brilliant, Just Brilliant
12 June 2001 | by djnikSee all my reviews

The Woman Chaser is a brilliant piece of faux film noir. Patrick Warburton deadpans his way through the title role, reminding one of Puddy with a serious Oedipal complex. Every time the smile was about to leave my face something else happened to bring it back. This is a very clever, engaging film which will be in my dvd collection when it comes out.


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