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Wuss ()


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  • Unrated
  • 1h 37min
  • Comedy
  • Movie


WUSS is the story of a high school teacher who faces constant ridicule after he's repeatedly beaten up by several of his own students. Having nowhere else to turn, he eventually teams up with another of his students to fight back. This... See more »

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Mitch Parker
Alicia Anthony ...
Maddie Worth
Ryan Anderson ...
Re-up
Chris Gardner ...
Louis
Cody Jones ...
True Blood
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Mr. Crowder
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Wally Combs
Sylvia Luedtke ...
Mitch's Mom
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Kelly (as Jennifer Shakeshaft)
Tamara Fana ...
Trish Worth
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Heather
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Steve Worth
Laura Stone ...
Darcy
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Coach
Angela D. Smith ...
Ronnette
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Vagina Girl
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Jimmy
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Nick
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Frank
Ted Royston ...
Ted (as Ted Roy)
Brian Blake ...
Brian
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Lanky White Kid
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State Board Lady
Toby Halbrooks ...
Reunion Singer
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Janitor
Ashley Oliver ...
Jamal's Mom
Amber Williams ...
Kelly's Friend
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Scary Biology Teacher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Ann Bull ...
English Class Student (uncredited)
Sterling Campbell ...
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Student (uncredited)
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Reunion Participant (uncredited)
Kevin A. Green ...
Reunion Participant (uncredited)
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English Class Student (uncredited)
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Gym Class Student (uncredited)
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High School Teacher (uncredited)
Belle Jiao ...
Asian Girl with Big Headphones (uncredited)
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Reunion Participant (uncredited)
Mark Lawyer ...
Alumnus (uncredited)
Ellen Lee ...
Reunion Participant (uncredited)
Dennis Massey ...
Principal Massey (uncredited)
Asa Patrick ...
Highschool Student (uncredited)
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Tracey (uncredited)
Eric Steele ...
Mr. Alan Petrosino (uncredited)
Angela Stidham ...
Reunion Participant (uncredited)
John R. Strange ...
Reunion Photographer (uncredited)
Greg Vestal ...
Loner Teacher (uncredited)
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High School Teacher (uncredited)
Lindsay Woodmansee ...
Gym Class Student (uncredited)

Directed by

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Clay Liford

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Clay Liford ... (written by)

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Adam Donaghey ... producer
Barak Epstein ... producer
Clay Liford ... producer
Angie Meyer ... co-producer
Bala Shagrithaya ... executive producer
Christopher Simpson ... co-producer
Eric Steele ... producer
Farah White ... associate producer

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Christopher Simpson

Editorial Department

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Jay Serra ... editor

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Eric Steele

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Justin Doo

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Andie Day

Production Management

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Adam Donaghey ... unit production manager

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Allison Graham ... second assistant director
Belle Jiao ... second second assistant director
Angie Meyer ... first assistant director

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Winona Yu ... property master

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Eric Friend ... re-recording mixer
Codi Putman ... sound mixer
Rui Silva ... sound editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert C. Boler ... grip
Christopher Mangus ... grip
Bill McCarthy ... grip
Scott Payne ... gaffer
Richard Porter ... electrician
Andrew Redd ... key grip
Justin Scheidt ... second assistant camera
Matthew Stocks ... best boy electric
John R. Strange ... still photographer
Marie Travis ... first assistant camera
Caroline White ... additional still photographer

Casting Department

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Katrina Cook ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ryan M. Smith ... set costumer

Script and Continuity Department

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Casey Wickson ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Sean P. Anderson ... behind-the-scenes videography
Sean P. Anderson ... behind-the-scenes videography (as Sean Anderson)
Scott Gensch ... key set production assistant
Daniel Laabs ... production coordinator
Justin Powers ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

WUSS is the story of a high school teacher who faces constant ridicule after he's repeatedly beaten up by several of his own students. Having nowhere else to turn, he eventually teams up with another of his students to fight back. This student, a young girl, is feared school-wide because of a dark family reputation. She also has an unfortunate nickname grafted to her due to her predilection for smoking discarded cigarettes. Bonded in battle, the student and teacher form a friendship that stretches the use of the word inappropriate. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Minor in Possession (United States)
Runtime
  • 97 min
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