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Double Dare (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 15 April 2005 (USA)
DOUBLE DARE is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about the struggles of two stuntwomen in male-dominated Tinseltown to stay working, stay thin, and stay sane.

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Jeannie Epper ... Herself
... Herself (as Zoe Bell)
... Herself
... Herself
Eurlyne Epper ... Herself
... Himself
Terry Leonard ... Himself
... Himself
... Himself
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May Boss ... Herself
Terry Frick ... Himself
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DOUBLE DARE is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about the struggles of two stuntwomen in male-dominated Tinseltown to stay working, stay thin, and stay sane.

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Saving the film industry, one actress at a time.

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Documentary

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Official site | Runaway Films

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15 April 2005 (USA)  »

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3, 2, 1 - Action  »

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$50,000, 1 August 2005
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Quotes

Zoe Bell: [Speaking of Lucy Lawless/Xena] That's my acting double.
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"Only one stuntwoman was harmed during the making of this film" See more »

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Features 1941 (1979) See more »

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Mega-Mix 2001
Written by Delta Dreams
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Tough broads......
2 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is a pretty cool and interesting documentary if you understand the subject matter going into it.

The movie primarily takes a look at two Holllwood stunt woman: Jeannie Epper, who doubled for Lynda Carter during the Wonder Woman series run, has been working in the business for approx 30yrs and comes from a whole family of professional stunt men and women; and Zoe Bell, a New Zealand native & young up and comer who doubled for Xena during that shows six seasons who is now looking to make her mark here in L.A./Hollywood.

We get the background of each woman, a look at the difficulties that women face in the business, a lot of celebrity interviews, and some additional celebrity cameos that the filmmakers shot while making the film.

What I particularly enjoyed was the immediate bond between Epper and Bell. Epper seems to take Bell under her wing rather quickly by helping with valuable training and allowing her to stay at her home while she struggles to get work and make her own name in the stunt woman profession. It's a nice inside look that goes to show not everyone in "the business" is just out for themselves. Epper comes across with genuine eagerness, kindness, and integrity as she guides Bell through the Hollywood machine.

If the plot line so far interests you, or your a fan of shows like Wonder Woman and Xena, then this documentary should not disappoint.

Recommended.


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