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Down and Out with the Dolls ()


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The raunchy, spunky tale of the rise and fall of an all-girl rock band from Portland, Oregon.

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Fauna
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Reggie
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Kali
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Lavender
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Levi
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Mulder
Mikael Jehanno ...
Paulo
Jennifer Shepard ...
Alcoholly
Shawn Robinson ...
Clark
Sierra Feldner-Shaw ...
Heather
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Joe (as Lemmy Kilmister)
Kate Merrill ...
Zoe
Janis Tanaka ...
Trudie
Inger Lorre ...
Shade
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chase Caterina ...
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Todd Coleman Smee ...
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Directed by

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Kurt Voss

Written by

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Nalini Cheriel ... (story) &
Kurt Voss ... (story)
 
Kurt Voss ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Nalini Cheriel ... associate producer
Brett Hardy ... associate producer
Matt Hill ... producer
Peter Hill ... executive producer
Stephen Hill ... executive producer
Nanda Rao ... producer

Music by

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Zoë Poledouris

Cinematography by

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Tony Croll

Film Editing by

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Mick Erausquin
Clayton Halsey

Editorial Department

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Ben Shackleford ... post-production assistant

Casting By

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Megann Ratzow

Production Design by

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Nalini Cheriel

Art Direction by

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Anna Gadsby

Costume Design by

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Jill Livingston ... (as Jill Lucas)

Makeup Department

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Christine Barclay ... assistant makeup artist
Mona Beltran ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Dureyshevar ... production manager
Nanda Rao ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Kristen Seabolt ... second assistant director
Jonny Vasic ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Evan Roman ... art production assistant
Marina Tait ... swing (as Marina Trammell)

Sound Department

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Emma Bortignon ... co-sound mixer / sound effects editor
Doron Kipen ... dialogue editor
Paul Vik Marshall ... sound mixer / sound recordist
Michael Mesirow ... boom operator
Daniel Palin ... sound mixer
Keith Thomas ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer / sound mixer / sound post supervisor

Stunts

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Jerry L. Buxbaum ... stunt coordinator
Amanda Steen ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jason Collins ... best boy electric
Matt Gulbin ... best boy grip
Mitch Gulbin ... key grip
Stephanie Knapp ... assistant camera
Rick Lord ... gaffer
Jason McQuilliams ... still photographer
Johnie Pultz ... best boy electric
Thomas Rooney ... still photographer

Casting Department

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Danny Stoltz ... extras casting

Music Department

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Tim Boyle ... score mixer
Howard Paar ... music supervisor
Coyote Shivers ... composer: song "I Wanna Remember Tonight"

Other crew

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Eric Abel ... production assistant
Linda Brown ... publicist
Joshua Byers ... key set production assistant
Kyril Cvetkov ... production assistant
Adrienne Haas ... script supervisor
Joe Main ... additional voice
Thomas Rooney ... production assistant
Vicki Stewart ... craft service

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A comedic tale which charts the fast rise and fall of an all-girl, four-piece Portland rock band, The Paper Dolls. Working day jobs while dreaming of success, aspiring young rockers Kali, Lavender and Reggie get the jump start they need when local legend Fauna, singer for the obscure band The Snogs, joins them as lead singer. But Fauna, street-wise and opportunistic, just wants to use them on her way to stardom. The commercial direction in which Fauna is leading the band begins chipping away at their friendship. All comes to a head during a two-day party at the Doll House--a house into which they all have recently moved. The next morning, a body is found, someone is dead, and the Dolls' world changes forever. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Also Known As
  • Down and Out with the Dolls (United States)
Runtime
  • 88 min
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Budget $1,200,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $13,684, 23 Mar 2003

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