A retro-spoof shot to look like a television show from the late 1950's/early 1960's but with a demented modern twist.






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Series cast summary:
Ryan Jones Ryan Jones ...  Commercial announcer 1 episode, 2012
Robert Glenn Plotner ...  Commercial announcer 1 episode, 2012
David Alexander ...  G-Man 1 episode, 2012
Tim Andrews Tim Andrews ...  Bowel Baby 1 episode, 2012
Gary Babiarz Gary Babiarz ...  Hale Wisenheimer / ... 1 episode, 2012
Robinson Blanchard Robinson Blanchard ...  Major Malfunkshun 1 episode, 2012
Eric Croas ...  Constipated Man 1 episode, 2012
Alex Flores Alex Flores ...  Private Bidness 1 episode, 2012
Jackie Goldston ...  Blanche Wisenheimer 1 episode, 2012
Ron Goss Ron Goss ...  General Dick Shrivel 1 episode, 2012
Cooper Guy Cooper Guy ...  G.C. Mumps 1 episode, 2012
Andrew Kochman Andrew Kochman ...  Spunky Wisenheimer 1 episode, 2012
Richard Lanford Richard Lanford ...  Ghost of Fat Elvis 1 episode, 2012
Marilyn Light Marilyn Light ...  Constipated Woman 1 episode, 2012
Marilyn Light Marilyn Light ...  Constipated Woman 1 episode, 2012
Christian Manor Christian Manor ...  Toddler Tommy 1 episode, 2012
Alexis Rousseau Alexis Rousseau ...  Civil Defense Minister 1 episode, 2012
Anita Stratton Anita Stratton ...  Mrs. Snitchcomb 1 episode, 2012
Amparo Velez Amparo Velez ...  Mamacita La Leche 1 episode, 2012
Parker Wierling ...  Tommy Wisenheimer 1 episode, 2012
Doug Williams Doug Williams ...  Snorgle 1 episode, 2012


"Let's Get Spunky!" is the retro-spoof debut comedy from the deranged minds at Seriously Distur6ed Studios, LLC, written and directed by Robert Glenn Plotner. Imagine falling asleep while watching TVLand and awakening in a world of classic era television where everything has been turned on its head, demented and smartly twisted as if Mayberry had been invaded by Monty Python or "Leave it to Beaver" had become entwined with "Family Guy." In the pilot episode, 8-year-old Spunky Wisenheimer joins the Army's Guinea Pig Corps and gets firsthand experience with above-ground nuclear testing. The fallout takes Spunky into a darkly comic landscape populated by escaped mutants, desperately lonely Army Nuke testers, strange appendages, a heroic lactating dwarf, and a G-Man with an unusual interest in taking Spunky under his wing. Classic television will wake up with a terrible hangover, jump in the shower, and try desperately to scrub all the dirty away - but it will never, never be the same. "A... Written by Robert Glenn Plotner

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March 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA


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$50,000 (estimated)
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