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Hooray 4 Everything (2005)

A mockumentary about the world champion improv troupe of the same name. Shot at The Lamb's Club (home of the oldest acting society in existence), members of the troupe can collectively ... See full summary »

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Scott Addison Clay
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bryn Boice Bryn Boice ... Herself
Chris Catalano Chris Catalano ... Chris
Scott Addison Clay ... Scott
Rich Fromm Rich Fromm ... Himself
Fred Gooltz Fred Gooltz ... Fred (as Fred DeReau)
Travis Stroessenreuther Travis Stroessenreuther ... Himself
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A mockumentary about the world champion improv troupe of the same name. Shot at The Lamb's Club (home of the oldest acting society in existence), members of the troupe can collectively trace their lineage to the very first improviser, Ug the caveman. Written by Chris, Fred and Scott

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mockumentary | improvisation | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Addison Films See more »
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Color
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This Killed at the Beverly Hills Film Festival
7 May 2005 | by johnpapworthSee all my reviews

With better direction and higher production values, this would be an amazing short film. The acting was spot on, the characters were hilarious, and the crowd when I saw a screening at the BHFF roared.

I would like to see this cast do a feature (with a different director and a bigger budget, of course).

The film's plot as presented in the short might not be re-workable into a feature, but I would not mind seeing a totally different film starring this troupe.

Sort of how Broken Lizard's first short "Tinfoil Monkey Agenda" had nothing to do with their features "Puddle Cruiser" or "Super Troopers," I would love this bunch of actors to tackle a full length story.

What I want is for them to stay with the Mockumentary style -- I want more Spinal Tap-style films but with a younger cast. Anf for those who say, just turn to Christopher Guest's films, I say that some people are a little tired of that same cast. We miss the energy and zest of Parker Posey.

Hooray For Everything has it. The group's inter-dynamic is great.

Also, I understand that the cast performs in New York City. Has anyone seen the Hooray For Everything Improv show?


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