Little Hollywood (2009)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy | TV Short 17 April 2009
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Two failing writers (D-Squared and Pati-O) are posing as Big Time Hollywood producers in Nashville, Tennessee, conning a major network into producing their script.


Steve Jawn (as Steve Condon)





Credited cast:
Danielle Condon Danielle Condon ... Hilton Clerk
Agnes Cummings Agnes Cummings ... Woman on Trial
Kevin Michael Dillon Kevin Michael Dillon ... Mr. Mulletski
Rob Dunleavy Rob Dunleavy ... Leprechaun Guitarist
David Duzenski David Duzenski ... Pati-O
Keith Fencl Keith Fencl ... Chef Robert E. Lee
Tommy Germanovich Jr. ... Tommy-Boy
Steven Gleich ... Rick Roy
Jan Haigis Jan Haigis ... Mrs. Hall
John Haigis John Haigis ... Mr. Hall
Rachel Holt Rachel Holt ... Jessie Dohl
Steve Jawn ... D-Squared (as Steve Condon)
Adam Zebediah Joseph ... Teddy (Rick Roy's Assistant) (as Adam Joseph)
Falon Joslyn Falon Joslyn ... Mary Sue (Jessie's Friend) (as Falon Pattani)
Jackie Kalchinsky Jackie Kalchinsky ... Mrs. Mulletski


Pati-O and D-Squared left their home in Philadelphia 7 years ago for the bright lights of Hollywood thinking they would become the greatest script-writers of their time. Yet they find themselves getting shot down once again by another Hollywood heavy-weight, Rick Roy of UBC-TV. Upon not buying their script, Rick gives the boys an opportunity to take a trip to see Bon Jovi perform in Nashville, when he 're-gifts' a bribe sent to him by Nashville's biggest TV Network Music City Prouductions (a company with dreams of merging with Rick's network.) Hesitant at first, D and Pati-O pack their bags and head out to the one and only Music City in what will become the trip that changes their lives forever and may even make their script-writing dreams come true...of course not without the help of their failed-musician/turned janitor roommate Tommy, Pati-O's older brother, the attorney with the dream of the silver screen, Lawyer Steve (Steve Molineux) and the girl they both fall in love with: That... Written by Steve Condon

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Short | Comedy


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17 April 2009 (USA) See more »

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Stereo (RCA Sound System)


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1.33 : 1
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