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Chicken Party (2003)

A comedic look at crime, love, tolerance and fried chicken.

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... Laqueta Mills
... Barbara Strasser
... Luke Smith
... Tot Wagner
... Clarence
... Wayne
... Durell Mills
... Actor / Cop
... Broken-nose Cop
... Sandy, Casting Director
Sean Daly ... Casting Assistant
... Helicopter Reporter
Annie Segal ... Sophia
... Security Officer
Sharon Marlow ... Durell's Bitch Momma
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A comedic look at crime, love, tolerance and fried chicken.

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Finger Licking Good!
6 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

Chicken Party won The Full Sail Real World Education Best Short Film Award at the 2004 Sarasota Film Festival. Rightly so, because director/actor Tate Taylor did a smashing job on his short film. I am looking forward to seeing more work from Tate Taylor.


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