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Space Daze (2005)

Al Manac (James Vallo) plays an investagative reporter searching for the exsistance of space aliens on earth.

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John Wesley Norton (as J.W. Norton)

Writer:

John Wesley Norton (as J.W. Norton)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Vallo ... Al Manac / Cartilage Man
Tom Lindsey Tom Lindsey ... Drunk Veteren
Byron Thames ... Bartender
Darryl Giambalvo Darryl Giambalvo ... Marty the Drunk (as Darryl the Actor)
Michael Wexler Michael Wexler ... Max Harmon
Adam P. Adam P. ... Shriner Victim
Pete O'Grady Pete O'Grady ... Paranoid Man / Testicle Alien / Peace Loving Alien
Elizabeth Grant Elizabeth Grant ... Female Reporter
Heather McDonnell Heather McDonnell ... Sexy Abducted Woman (as Sexy Abducted Women)
Leslie Slavin Leslie Slavin ... Chuck Norris Benefactor
Chess Valenti Chess Valenti ... Francessa / Women for Worlds United
John Laubhan John Laubhan ... Dr.Reynolds
David Orris David Orris ... Dr.McGee (as Dave Lester)
Larry Rapach Larry Rapach ... Rich Bowler
Erin Carere ... Christy Carmicheal (as Erin Muir)
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Al Manac (James Vallo) plays an investagative reporter searching for the exsistance of space aliens on earth.

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Taglines:

It's out there... Way out there

Genres:

Comedy

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Official Sites:

Troma

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 May 2005 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Corey Haim was originally slated to appear but was unable to enter the country from his native Canada due to pending legal issues. See more »

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References The Dukes of Hazzard (1979) See more »

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Time To Say Goodbye
Written by Chad Parson
Performed by Chad Parson
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OK Movie - Sequel Is Better
7 July 2016 | by richardbutch69See all my reviews

I watched the sequel to "Space Daze" first which is called "Spaced Out". It was pretty good - although kind of long at 99 minutes. So, I decided to check out "Space Daze" figuring it would be better since sequels usually are not as good as originals. Wrong. I watched this movie all the way to the end even though I was tempted to turn it off and watch something else. It's sequel is much much better. So if you have extra time on your hands and want a couple of laughs go ahead and watch it. But you will only get a couple of laughs and not much more. Corey Feldman is in this movie for a couple of minutes and his lines are not funny at all. Do yourself a favor and watch "Spaced Out" instead.


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