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I Love You, I'm Sorry, and I'll Never Do It Again ()


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Mobsters terrorize a man while dispensing marital advice.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kathleen Haaversen ...
Clarisse
Peter Linari ...
Eddie
Larry Picard ...
Walther
Paul Romanello ...
Beretta
Frances Toliver ...
Agnes

Directed by

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Keith Snyder

Written by

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Keith Snyder ... ()

Produced by

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Mike Faircloth ... executive producer
Wendy Shear ... supervising producer
Keith Snyder ... producer

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Kathleen Haaversen
Keith Snyder

Cinematography by

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David Berliner

Film Editing by

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Keith Snyder

Production Design by

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Clarissa Shanahan

Art Direction by

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Jason Arthur

Costume Design by

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David M. Henderson

Art Department

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David M. Henderson ... props
Ava Larkin ... illustrator
Amber Winick ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Robert Auld ... sound recordist
Will Gardiner ... boom operator
Cynthia Leigh Heim ... foley artist

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Jason Arthur ... animator

Stunts

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Melissa Lone ... fight choreographer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ian Bloom ... gaffer
Drew Ferraro ... grip
Mike Jackson ... grip
Robert Krupka ... electrician
Paul Yee ... key grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Havi Elkaim ... assistant costume designer

Other crew

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Tory K. Clark ... production assistant
Gregory Daniels ... choreographer
Michael Mazzola ... assistant to line producers
Frank Passarella ... weapons consultant
Mary Reagan ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines 1 husband. 1 wife. 2 thugs. And 3 simple lies. See more »
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Also Known As
  • I Love You, I'm Sorry, and I'll Never Do It Again (United States)
Runtime
  • 14 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The end credits say "There was no lip-syncing in this film." That's the literal truth - the performers spoke and sang their lines live on the set, a capella, without any on-set playback. Music was created organically around the performances in post-production. See more »

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