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Life Without Dick ()


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When fortuneteller convinces Colleen that her boyfriend, Dick, is cheating on her, she decides to put a stop to it. After Colleen accidentally kills Dick, mafia hit-man Daniel offers to take credit for the murder.

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Colleen Gibson
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Daniel Gallagher
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Dick Rasmusson
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Jared O'Reilly
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Madame Hugonaut
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Detective Murphy
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Detective O'Halloran
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Ivy Gallagher O'Reilly
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Rex
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Colin
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Pee Wee
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Uncle Hurley
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Mary
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Tony the Tuner Moretti
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Tina
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Crossing Guard Stripper
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Colleen's Mother
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Colleen's Father
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Religious Guy
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Dash Davis, The MC
Sean Howse ...
Patrick
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Patrick #2
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Sean
Don McMillan ...
Michael
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Michael #2
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Crampy Legs Partygoer
Hillary Weaver ...
Hungry Partygoer
David Rosen ...
Anxious to leave partygoer (as David Alex Rosen)
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Elwood Hampton ...
Audience
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Soccer Playing Irish Mobster (uncredited)
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In Audience (uncredited)
Earl Maddox ...
Drunk (uncredited)
La Shon Malone ...
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Dave Schuetz ...
Audience (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bix Skahill

Written by

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Bix Skahill ... (written by)

Produced by

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Illeana Douglas ... executive producer
Karen Koch ... executive producer
Emily Stevens ... producer
Happy Walters ... producer
Matt Weaver ... producer

Music by

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David Lawrence

Cinematography by

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James Glennon

Film Editing by

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Peter Fandetti

Editorial Department

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Tony Bacigalupi ... apprentice editor (as Anthony Bacigalupi)
Sandy French ... first assistant editor (as Sandra French)
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Daniel Kupresan ... apprentice editor (as Daniel K. Kupresan)
Chris Regan ... color timer

Casting By

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Richard Hicks
Ronnie Yeskel

Production Design by

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Carol Winstead Wood

Art Direction by

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Jack G. Taylor Jr. ... (as Jack Taylor)

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Anne D. McCulley

Costume Design by

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Mary Claire Hannan

Makeup Department

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Judy Chin ... key makeup artist
Michelle Johnson ... key hair stylist
Sharon Rivera ... hair stylist
Kate Shorter ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Desmond Cannon ... studio executive post-production
Drew Hayes ... assistant production supervisor
Karen Koch ... unit production manager
Andrew J. Sacks ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ryan Craig ... second second assistant director (as Ryan D. Craig)
Donald Murphy ... second assistant director
Jonathan Watson ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Gordon Capps ... on-set dresser
Anthony Carlino ... dresser
Melissa Elbaum ... buyer
Sean Everett ... property master (as Sean E. Markland)
Iola Kay Fiengo ... property assistant
Cathy Hay ... dresser (as Kathy Hay)
Heidi Mayfield ... art department coordinator
Matt McGuire ... dresser (as Matthew McGuire)
Michael Muscarella ... construction coordinator
Victor Robert ... storyboard artist
Danny Rowe ... on-set dresser
Arthur L. Schneider ... leadman

Sound Department

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Mike Anderson ... utility sound
Denise Brady ... sound editor
David M. Cowan ... sound editor (as David Cowan)
Carlos Delarios ... re-recording mixer
Matthew Dettmann ... foley artist
Andrea Horta ... adr supervisor
Amy Kane ... foley artist
Mark Larry ... sound editor
Howard London ... adr mixer
Carmine Rubino ... foley mixer
Larry Scharf ... production sound mixer
Jon Taylor ... re-recording mixer
Steven Ticknor ... supervising sound editor
Tim Tuchrello ... first assistant sound editor
Knox White ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Gary D'Amico ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Lloyd Lee Barnett ... digital compositor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Corwin A. Bibb ... best boy electric
Cynthia Bystrak ... second grip
Pierre Cane ... electrician
Louis DiCesare ... gaffer
Tim Durr ... electrician
David Feldbaum ... film loader
Michael Hoffer ... key grip
Michelle LeDoux ... electrician
Chris Lombardi ... camera operator: "a" camera
Robert L. Mant ... camera loader
Melissa Moseley ... still photographer
Craig Price ... grip
Nikola Ristic ... electrician
Moulaye Sene ... electrician
Christopher Slater ... grip
John A. Small ... first assistant camera
Kenny K. Tong ... second assistant camera (as Kenny Tong)
Eric Vincent Cruse ... grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jimmy Jue ... extras casting
Mark Scott ... casting associate
Summer Wesson ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jacqueline Aronson ... costume supervisor
Amanda Gore ... costumer
Sherif Zaki ... costumer

Location Management

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Tiffany Noel Kinder ... assistant location manager
Jim McClafferty ... location manager (as James T. McClafferty)
Joel Sinderman ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Guy Defazio ... music mixer
Tanya Noel Hill ... music editor
Steve Juliani ... music preparation (as Steven Juliani)
Joe Soldo ... orchestra contractor

Script and Continuity Department

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Jeanne Byrd ... script supervisor (as Jeanne Byrd Hall)

Transportation Department

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Charles Enzen ... transportation co-captain
Tom Gilhooley ... driver
Tim Hill ... transportation captain
George Brown ... driver: cast (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Larry Ballard ... set medic
Todd Brunelle ... title designer
Mady Manson Burza ... post-production accountant (as Madalyn Burza)
Dennis M. Hunter ... payroll accountant
Jerrold McKinley Ivery ... assistant post-production accountant
Shelley Kirkwood ... unit publicist
Tina Kotrich ... stand-in for Sarah Jessica Parker
Stephen Lippross ... first assistant accountant
Scott Rorie ... set production assistant
Rick C. Taplin ... production secretary
Whitney J. Willard ... key accountant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

By accident, Colleen Gibson shoots and kills her gold-digging cheating boyfriend, Dick, a private eye who happens to have a hitman on his tail. Danny the hitman works for his brother-in-law, a cheerful but nasty Irish mobster, hasn't actually killed anyone, and wants to be a singer. He falls for Colleen. she likes him, too. He can solve her problem (Dick's body), she can solve his (meeting the mobster's demands that he kill people like Dick). Danny has an ex-girlfriend, who might still hold the key to his heart, two cops are sniffing around for Dick, a junk yard owner gets a conscience, and a talent show is coming up. Bullets, music, and true love are set to collide. Written by

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Taglines True love can be a very dangerous thing. See more »
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Also Known As
  • I Love Hitman (Japan, English title)
  • Chewing-gum et cornemuse (France)
  • Life Without Dick - Verliebt in einen Killer (Germany)
  • Algo más que cómplices (Spain)
  • Spisek (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Daniel's license plate number is ERIN G BRGH, an abbreviation for Erin Go Bragh which is a popular Gaelic slogan meaning "Ireland Forever". See more »
Goofs At the beginning of the film, when Dick (Johnny Knoxville) is loading the gun with a bullet, the bullet has already been fired because you can see the mark of a firing pin on the rim of the bullet, even though the bullet looks like a center-fire. See more »
Quotes Jared O'Reilly: He's Going to Rome...
Daniel Gallagher: Rome, Georgia ?
Jared O'Reilly: No! Pope-y Rome...
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