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It's Fun to Help Poor People, Franny Canada (2005)

A pair of grown up 1980's child stars team up with break dancers to save a recreational center that is about to be turned into a parking lot. A follow up to the 2003 short "Be My Valentine, Franny Canada."

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Steven Tsapelas

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Steven Tsapelas

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ginger Kearns ... Franny Canada
Shelby Bond Shelby Bond ... Lowell Buffalo
Bill Weeden ... Evil White Guy
Alien Ness Alien Ness ... Self
Glenys Javier Glenys Javier ... Superstar
Musa A. Cooper Musa A. Cooper ... Moose (as Musa Cooper)
John Sans John Sans ... Homeless Guy
Athena Sans Athena Sans ... Boob Toucher
Charlene Miller Charlene Miller ... Gale
Jeff Schine ... Attractive Guy
Maureen Fewel ... Attractive Girl
Brian Amyot Brian Amyot ... Self
Anthony Miale Anthony Miale ... Construction Worker
Alan Ivicic Alan Ivicic ... Homeless Version of Alan Ivicic (scenes deleted)
George Tsapelas George Tsapelas ... Homeless Version of George Tsapelas (scenes deleted)
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A pair of grown up 1980's child stars team up with break dancers to save a recreational center that is about to be turned into a parking lot. A follow up to the 2003 short "Be My Valentine, Franny Canada."

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 July 2005 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$2,000 (estimated)
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Ragtag Productions See more »
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