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Some Trouble of a SeRRious Nature (2002)

| Comedy, Short
Based on the famous 1947 hoax letter written to Vought Aviation in which thousands of copies have since been distributed. Some Trouble of a SeRRious Nature is the hysterical tale of the ... See full summary »

Director:

William Tucci

Writer:

William Tucci
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brian T. Finney ... Caleb Flerk
Andrew Finney Andrew Finney ... George Murch
John Tartaglione John Tartaglione ... Navy Pilot
Jack Garland Jack Garland ... Jake Bragan
Lauren Steffens Lauren Steffens ... Mabel
Lawrence Starr Lawrence Starr ... Morris Finestine (as Larry Starr)
Philip Tucci Philip Tucci ... Chicken Man
Mathew Arnold Mathew Arnold ... Mountain Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Sean Miller ... Pa
J.C. Vaughn J.C. Vaughn ... Bill McCarthy
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Based on the famous 1947 hoax letter written to Vought Aviation in which thousands of copies have since been distributed. Some Trouble of a SeRRious Nature is the hysterical tale of the last day of World War 2, one unfortunate Chance Vought F4U Corsair fighter plane, and the hillbillies' who are determined to fly it. Written by William Tucci

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You will really, really, really believe a moron can fly See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Production Co:

Crusade Fine Arts Ltd. See more »
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Runtime:

(festival cut) | (director's cut)
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Wonderful, wonderful film!
2 February 2003 | by shiwebSee all my reviews

Watched a screening of Billy Tucci's film and was absolutely blown away by the comedic timing, the fast movie's fast pace and originality. But most impressive was when Tucci stated that the first time he was on a film set was his own with over 100 extras, a carnival set up and a World War 2 fighter plane. His experience writing and illustrating comics made him seem like a natural at story telling and this was confirmed by the standing ovation and non-stop laughter from start to finish. I was also tremendously impressed with the film's 1940's authenticity and John Vilardi's incredible CGI effects as well. All this on such a tiny budget. Amazing! Well Done!


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