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Mule Skinner Blues (2001)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Beanie Andrew Beanie Andrew ... Himself
Don Arrup Don Arrup ... Satan Worshipper
Emily Brannen Emily Brannen ... Seductress (as Emily Brannon)
Holly Cavanaugh Holly Cavanaugh ... Herself
Raymond Dagley Raymond Dagley ... Himself
Matt Elefant Matt Elefant ... The Handsome Neck
Salvatore Froio Salvatore Froio ... Suave Vampire
Lance Hallowell Lance Hallowell ... Vampire Killer #2
Heidi Horst Heidi Horst ... Biting Vampiress
Miss Jeannie Miss Jeannie ... Herself
Ray Lane Ray Lane ... Himself
Roy Lane Roy Lane ... Himself
Annabelle Lea Usher Annabelle Lea Usher ... Herself
Ricky Lix Ricky Lix ... Miss Jeannie's Doctor
Gleb Mikhalev Gleb Mikhalev ... Young Boy
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All you need is a gorilla and a dream

Genres:

Documentary

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for brief language and sexual content/nudity
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 June 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Jacksonville, Florida, USA See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,553, 14 April 2002

Gross USA:

$10,106
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Mono

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Color
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Quotes

Beanie Andrew: If you fall in the mud, you might come back as a gorilla.
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"No gorillas were harmed in the making of this documentary. All scenes depicting violence to gorillas were simulated." See more »

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Features Evil Dead II (1987) See more »

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Everyone Has Potential
14 April 2006 | by internetliferSee all my reviews

It is likely that the majority of Americans who see this film will quickly label the people profiled within "losers", quickly denying any self-recognition. It is unfortunate that the current American psyche does not seem to find true value in love, friendship, camaraderie, non-commercial creativity of any kind, whether it be music, art, authorship, fashion design, hobbies, because it is quite obvious to me, at this stage in my life, that the "ol' mighty dollar" is not the only thing of value in it. The people featured in this film are multi-faceted, fascinating, and basically tender, loving and LOVABLE. Watching it made me wish for inner peace for them, as well as all Americans, so that they have the emotional freedom to appreciate the "treasures" they have all around them every day of their lives.


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