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The Chippendales Murder (2000)

The story about the rise of Chippendales.male exotic dancers. Steve Banerjee and Bruce Nahin purchase a downtrodden discotheque and after experimenting with several ideas to fill the club ... See full summary »

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Eric Bross
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Naveen Andrews ... Steve Banerjee
Paul Hipp ... Nicholas 'Nick' De Noia
Alex DeBoe Alex DeBoe ... Shaun Boyd
Dan Horton Dan Horton ... Dave
Victor Webster ... Marco Carolo
Tony Curtis Blondell ... Scotty
Christopher Bondy Christopher Bondy ... Stan Laramie (as Chris Bondy)
Kaela Dobkin ... Carol O'Hare
James E. Moriarty James E. Moriarty ... Carl Ramone (as James Moriarty)
Natalie Radford Natalie Radford ... Irene
Roman Podhora Roman Podhora ... Sgt. Sampson (as Roman Padhora)
Michael Kremko Michael Kremko ... Bouncer
Tony Ranaudo Tony Ranaudo ... Dancer #3 (as Tony Ranudo)
Matt Sergott Matt Sergott ... Dancer #4
John Cook John Cook ... Dancer #5
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The story about the rise of Chippendales.male exotic dancers. Steve Banerjee and Bruce Nahin purchase a downtrodden discotheque and after experimenting with several ideas to fill the club weekdays create female mud wrestling and male stripping.Sometime later they add a third partner Nick Denoia and the enterprise grows worldwide. Banerjee contracts for the murder of Nahin and Denoia resulting in Denoias death. Written by Don Orez

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Chippendale-gyilkosság See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Production Co:

Sentinel Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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It's not about male strippers, it's about greed.
17 February 2004 | by triple8See all my reviews

I wish this movie wasn't known as being about male strippers, because I feel that isn't the focus at all-which sounds strange I know since this movie highlights the lives of the makers of the historical "Chippendales" male stripper revue. I had the chance to see this quite awhile ago and what I took away from it had nothing to do with buff men shaking their -well-you get the point.

This story is about greed. It's about the slow disintegration and corruption of a human being(steve bannerjee) who had the world at his fingetips and let it all go to become a slave to money, power, greed, hate and paranoia.

This is a true story of a guy that plotted to kill former workers because they wanted to make a living doing the same thing he did.It really drives home the point of how money and power can make a person crazy. This is a true story and I'm sure anyone who watches this will want to shower when their done because the story is a sleezy one but it isn't a lightweight movies about male strippers, its more of a character study of a sad and pitiful human being. The film had its flaws, it did drag at times, certain parts were almost unreasonably boring(it IS a tv movie)-the only thing I can say to justify watching it is I like character studies and this is definetly that. I think it should probebly have been done a bit better, script was a bit weak. Nonethelss, it succeeded in its casting, it was very well acted-forget about the men dancing and shaking about and concentrate on the story of what greed and money can make of a person.


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