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FELT: Tearing the Fabric of America (2004)

We are all united in a common struggle: to protect America from the Rags, the Hand Jockeys, the Felts... these workers of iniquity that are heinous mockers of all that is Right and all that God has created. Take heed! Our country's very moral fiber is at stake.

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Kelley Slagle ... Narrator / Puppet Protestor
Matthew Anderson ... John Upton
Kim T. Ha ... Felicia Framkin
Alex Kristobek ... Pastor Frank Phelps
Rebecca A. Herron ... Dr. Linda Grotner
Tina Segovia ... Edith / Duck
Michael Way ... Brian Mathers
Paul Aune ... Dr. Bob Beeblebrox
Peter Eichman ... Puppet Protestor
Doug Humphrey ... Puppet Protestor
Nguyet Mai Vuong ... Puppet Protestor
Peter Lothberg ... Puppet Protestor
Doug Wilson ... Puppet Protestor
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God said: 'Adam and Eve', not Adam and Sleeve! We are all united in a common struggle: to protect America from the Rags, the Hand Jockeys, the Felts... these workers of iniquity that are heinous mockers of all that is Right and all that God has created. Do not be fooled by their pleasing, colorful outer shells, their often merry demeanor, or their uncanny ability to force children to smile. They are cut from a different cloth: the cloak of sin. Take heed! Our country's very moral fiber is at stake. Know Your Rag! A rag hiding in a crowd of normal, God-fearing creatures can be easily identified by exhibiting the following characteristics: spontaneous singing or dancing; affected, exaggerated speech or motion; inability to blink; 'bobbling' instead of walking; often clad in bright colors; over-exaggerated facial features; missing lower half of body or their legs hang limp; impaled on human hand; travel in groups that include talking animals or celebrity guests. Written by Kelley Slagle

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Short | Comedy

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Budget:

$800 (estimated)
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The film was in the Top 10 finalists out of 151 entries into the 2004 National Film Challenge and was selected for the "Best Of the NFC 2004" DVD. It also won "Best Mockumentary". See more »

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