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The Lady from Sockholm (2005)

A sock puppet detective unravels a case involving the disappearance of high-end hosiery.


Lynn Lamousin




Credited cast:
Chris Clabo Chris Clabo ... Archie Goodfoot (voice)
Eric Goins ... Spats, Phoot Fung-Us (voice)
Melanie Parker Melanie Parker ... Heelda Brum, Tootsie (voice)
R.T. Steckel R.T. Steckel ... Big Toeny, Sgt. O'lastic (voice)
Melanie Walker Melanie Walker ... Kicky LaFetiche (voice)
Reay Kaplan Reay Kaplan ... Lead puppeteer
Annie Peterle Annie Peterle ... Lead puppeteer
Vince Tortorici Vince Tortorici ... Lead puppeteer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tracy Aftergood ... Background pupeteer (as Tracy Weinberg)
Seun Balogun Seun Balogun ... Background pupeteer
Caroline Cahill ... Background puppeteer
Matt Cyr Matt Cyr ... Background puppeteer
Maria D'Souza Walters Maria D'Souza Walters ... Background pupeteer
Marvin Evangelista Marvin Evangelista ... Background pupeteer
Tony Holley ... Background puppeteer


A sock puppet detective unravels a case involving the disappearance of high-end hosiery.

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Can a clean sock find justice in a dirty town?







Release Date:

12 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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The puppet voices were achieved with full ADR replacement, requiring 80 additional hours in the sound booth. See more »

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Film noir, sock-style!
17 December 2005 | by agvizSee all my reviews

The Lady from Sockholm is a pun-lover's dream film. It's loaded with so many sock puns and clever film references that you'll wonder how Producer/Writer Lynn Lamousin came up with all this stuff. What's interesting to me is how the film plays well to both children and seasoned film lovers who can enjoy the nods to film noir. Kids love the sock puppets, while adults enjoy the humor that manages to be both corny and sophisticated at the same time.

There is so much packed into this film that I'll have to see it again someday. When I saw it at the 2005 Mill Valley Film Festival, I sometimes missed what others were laughing at because the jokes were flying by so fast and furiously.

I recommend the film to families and classic film lovers alike!

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