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Sissy Frenchfry (2005)

Unrated | | Short, Comedy | 11 September 2005 (USA)
The annual Student Body President election at wildly eclectic and diverse West Beach High pits the quirky, much-beloved incumbent Sissy Frenchfry against handsome, charismatic -- and ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Sissy Frenchfry
... Bodey McDodey
Justin Dabuet ... Dana Aquino
Laurie Meghan Phelps ... Georgia Peach
... Principal Principle
... QB
... Ross
Richard Augustine ... Coach Bob
... Baby (Hot Cheerleader) (as Kate Lang Johnson)
Jennifer Jolly ... Gita Ghee
Hillary Holmes ... Cheerleaders
Elizabeth Jayne Hong ... Cheerleaders (as Elizabeth Hong)
... Cheerleaders
... Cheerleader (as Lara Schwartzberg)
... Cheerleaders
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The annual Student Body President election at wildly eclectic and diverse West Beach High pits the quirky, much-beloved incumbent Sissy Frenchfry against handsome, charismatic -- and socially intolerant -- transfer student Bodey McDodey, who enacts a devious plan to restore the "status quo." Written by Joe Brouillette

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Hey, I haven't met you yet. I'm Sissy Frenchfry! See more »

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Short | Comedy

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Sissy Kiyoshi  »

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The coronation fanfare in the Homecoming scene is the intro to the Cuban national anthem. See more »

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When Bodey is called into Principal Principle's office, the secretary has two pencils in her hair. Later, she only removes one while the other one disappears. See more »

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Edited into Courts mais GAY: Tome 13 (2007) See more »

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Sissy Frenchfry
Written by Sean Galuszka and Jay Thesier
Performed by Sean Galuszka
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Sissy was wonderful
2 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

The beauty in the movie lies in it's subtle yet strong focus on tolerance. I loved the writers use of social satire in the film, it made for both a pleasant and interesting outlook on the social fabric of this country in the form of high school life. The actors truly knew the message of the piece, and sold it to the audience in their own personal character choices. Sissy truly gave the piece depth beyond its already strong message. His color gave the audience reason to engage in the struggle and fight for the justice in initiating tolerance.It was a delightful combination of colorful acting, a wonderful script, and brilliant direction.


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