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Eight years in the making, The Joe Show is a shocking and wildly entertaining documentary on America's most controversial Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, and his ring-master's approach to modern media, politics and law enforcement. The nature of... See more »

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Bashar Aljazzaf ...
Bashar
Lisa Allen ...
Self
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Self - Interviewee
Ava Arpaio ...
Self - Interviewee
Joe Arpaio ...
Self
Eric Atencio ...
Self - Interviewee
Mike Atencio ...
Self - Interviewee
Tom Bearup ...
Self - Interviewee
Destiny Beyart ...
Self - Interviewee
Lavalya Beyart ...
Self - Interviewee
Clint Bolick ...
Self - Interviewee
Jennifer Braillard ...
Self - Interviewee
Abigail Brown ...
Self - Interviewee
Bay Buchanan ...
Self - Interviewee
Robert J. Campos ...
Self - Interviewee
Paul Charlton ...
Self - Interviewee
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Self - Interviewee
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Self
Joel Dvoskin ...
Self - Interviewee
Julie Erfle ...
Self - Interviewee
Howard Fineman ...
Self - Interviewee
Ryan Gabrielson ...
Self - Interviewee
Mary Rose Garrido Wilcox ...
Self - Interviewee
George Gascón ...
Self - Interviewee
Art Jenkins ...
Self - Interviewee
Rebecca Jimenez ...
Self - Interviewee
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Self
Kathryn Kobor ...
Self - Interviewee
Mike Lacey ...
Self - Interviewee
Bill Louis ...
Self - Interviewee
Michael Manning ...
Self - Interviewee
Ritchie Miller ...
Self - Interviewee
Terry Moran ...
Self - Interviewee
Brian Murray ...
Self - Interviewee
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Self
Paul Penzone ...
Self - Interviewee
Dan Pochoda ...
Self - Interviewee
Jesus Sanchez Llovera ...
Self - Interviewee
Jessica Sanchez ...
Self - Interviewee
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Self - Interviewee
Gerard A. Sheridan ...
Self - Interviewee
Tom Tancredo ...
Self - Interviewee
Roger Vanderpool ...
Self - Interviewee
Nicolas Vescovacci ...
Self - Interviewee
Carolyn Weller ...
Self - Interviewee
Keith Weller ...
Self - Interviewee
Chad Willems ...
Self - Interviewee

Directed by

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Randy Murray

Produced by

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Andrew James Benson ... producer
Ron J. Friedman ... producer
Randy Murray ... executive producer
Theresa Murray ... executive producer
Andy Nelson ... producer
Ryan Page ... development producer
Ron Simon ... executive producer

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Matt Cornwell ... (music composed and conducted by)

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Chris Barron ... (cinematography by)
Howie Meyer
Adam Wheeler ... (cinematography by)

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David Staples
Misty Wilson ... (as Misty Walter)

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Stephen P. Arkle ... colorist
Jeana Chesnik ... post-production assistant
Jacob Detharidge ... post-production assistant
Ron J. Friedman ... additional editor
Alex Kaiser ... post-production assistant
Kent Kreiger ... additional editor (as Kent M. Kreiger)
David Lundberg-Kenrick ... additional editor
Ellen Magne ... post production supervisor
Randy Murray ... additional editor
Nichole Petta ... colorist (digital color correction)
Qa'ed Tung ... supplementary editing

Art Direction by

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Jenny Mason

Makeup Department

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Adrienne Lynn ... makeup artist
Jackie Niemi ... makeup artist

Sound Department

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Joshua Chavez ... sound mixer (some interviews)
Charlie Ethridge ... sound recordist
Christopher Pomerenke ... sound mixer (some interviews)
Tommy Schaeffer ... sound mixer (some interviews)
Adam Wheeler ... sound mixer (some interviews)

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James Frazier ... graphic designer
Barbi Harner ... graphic designer
Dayvid LeMmon ... graphic designer
Jenny Mason ... graphic designer
Jeffrey Parsons ... graphic designer
David Staples ... graphic designer
Misty Wilson ... graphic designer (as Misty Walter)

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Carlos Weaver ... digital effects / visual effects supervisor

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Chris Barron ... director of photography: second unit
Andrew James Benson ... camera operator
Joshua Csehak ... camera operator
Matt De Jesus ... camera operator
Ravi Gahunia ... gaffer
Matthew Hebert ... first assistant camera / swing grip
Travis Holt Hamilton ... camera operator / gaffer
Jake Johnson ... swing grip
Bret Kalmbach ... camera operator
Keith Karidis ... key grip
Jim Kent ... camera operator
Bill Kohler ... gaffer
Mike Magne ... swing grip
Alex Mitchell ... camera operator
Randy Murray ... camera operator
Ryan Murray ... swing grip
Andy Nelson ... camera operator
Rick Pease ... camera operator
Cisco Rivera ... gaffer
Xuan Santer ... digital imaging technician
Ben Scharfbillig ... camera operator / first assistant camera
Adam Wheeler ... camera operator / digital imaging technician
Craig Young ... camera operator

Music Department

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Matt Cornwell ... music producer
Sam Esparza ... music engineer

Additional Crew

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Marisa Anderson ... research assistant
Cailyn Bradley ... research intern
Mara Margaillan ... on-set translator
Nicole Nearhood ... research intern
Chris Perez ... clearance counsel (as Christopher L. Perez)
Kimberly Reinika ... production assistant
Xuan Santer ... production assistant
Bonnie Sowle ... research assistant

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Plot Summary

Eight years in the making, The Joe Show is a shocking and wildly entertaining documentary on America's most controversial Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, and his ring-master's approach to modern media, politics and law enforcement. The nature of politics has changed so that in today's world of instant fame, politicians need their time in the spotlight. And Joe loves the spotlight. Response time is compromised for screen time, credibility for celebrity and safety for sound bites. Joe's desire for fame corrupts everything he stands for and the voters cheer as ratings soar. The Joe Show is a feature-length documentary that explores how Joe has used fear, crime and his role as Sheriff to make himself the most famous law enforcement officer in the world. Racism, sex crimes, illegal immigration, first amendment rights and multiple deaths at the hands of his employees are all issues Joe faces and spins. He's famous, he's outrageous, he may be dangerous... and it's all just part of The Joe Show, a tragic comedy of historic significance. Written by Randy Murray Productions

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  • 105 min
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