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The Notorious #9 (2010)

A father shows his son scenes from his life 25 years ago...scenes of he and his friends over doing it with common, relatively light intoxicants...just as his son is entering his second decade of life.

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Complete credited cast:
... Frank McGannon (as Jon Tabler)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jaime Arze ... Dino Stokopolis
Chris Barron ... Eric Rose
Arnold Charitan ... Spiros
Milon Henry Levine ... Martin Balaban
Jennifer MacDonald ... Maureen Slate
... Joanne Depardont
... Bob
Tamerlane Phillips ... Rhet Bilure
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A father shows his son scenes from his life 25 years ago...scenes of he and his friends over doing it with common, relatively light intoxicants...just as his son is entering his second decade of life.

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9 March 2010 (USA)  »

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$105,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The film "The Notorious #9" by director Milon Henry Levine.
1 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

I have seen this low-budget film in New York City. I was thrilled to see Chris Barron of "The Spin Doctors" pop in for a cameo appearance with actor/director Milon Henry Levine. Joanne Depardont played by the stunningly beautiful Olivia Maxwell(daughter of director Ron Maxwell) did an exquisite acting job speaking with that french accent! I laughed so many times, I was crying with laughter! The famous Rolling Stones producer "Earl McGrath" was seated behind me, and I saw him tap actress Olivia Maxwell on the shoulder commending her comedic role. "Earl McGrath" was also laughing out loud the entire film. It;s cutting edge, hilarious and very original. It's unpretentious and captures a world of youth, innocence and a world which has become overly harsh in it's rule book...it is a great film! It's very political in a satyric fun sort of way. Go see "The Notorious #9"!!! It will make your evening worth while!! Thank-you. James.


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