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Three black guys from Utah, who happen to be the only black people from Utah, stumble upon a new black woman who has come to town. They begin to vie for her love but fear they aren't "black... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Spencer Belnap ...
Lawyer
Carlton Bluford ...
Jerome Johnson
Nasheda Caudle ...
Back up Dancer
Felsharee Cumbee ...
Back up dancer
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Pepper Palmer
Nik Ferrari ...
Theater Patron
Elise Hanson ...
Theatre Patron
Mike Hardy ...
Scott Schwartz's Friend
Harold Henderson ...
Club Patron
Bijan J. Hosseini ...
Patel
Terence Johnson ...
Phil Edwards
Monique Lanier ...
Jerome's girlfriend
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Kevin Brown
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Rob Evans
Sam McGinnis ...
Young Office Worker
Cari Meyer ...
Rob's Date
Presley Okobia ...
Ray Ray
Jeff Owen ...
Old Office Worker
Rachel Moskios Patten ...
Club Patron
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Mechanic
Tyler Pledger ...
Too Short's Entourage
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Assistant
Latoya Rhodes ...
Leah Daniels
Amy Savannah ...
Too Short's Girlfriend
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Himself
Eve Speer ...
Trustee
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Tom Evans
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Himself
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Hot Rob (as Andrew W. Johnson)
Rebecca Turkanis ...
Barista
Jason Herrin ...
Club Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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Lonzo Liggins
Danny James ... (co-director)

Written by

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Lonzo Liggins ... ()

Produced by

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Lonzo Liggins ... producer
Carolyn Turkanis ... executive producer
Rebecca Turkanis ... co-producer / executive producer

Music by

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Randin Graves

Cinematography by

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Andrew James
Danny James

Film Editing by

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Andrew James

Editorial Department

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Zac Crosby ... colorist

Art Direction by

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Juan Maestas

Makeup Department

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Elise Hanson ... hair stylist / makeup artist / special makeup effects artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sahna Foley ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Carl Joglar ... property master / set designer
Juan Maestas ... storyboard artist
Genilynn Stuart ... logo designer

Sound Department

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Heather Bakewell ... sound mixer / sound recordist
Troy Bakewell ... boom operator / cable person
Andrew James ... sound editor

Visual Effects by

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Andrew James ... digital effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jimmy Bush ... assistant camera (as Daniel Bush)
Ron Cafourek ... key grip
Mario DeAngelis ... grip / key grip
John Austin Ethridge ... still photographer (as Austin Ethridge)
Nik Ferrari ... additional grip / digital imaging technician
Nyk Fry ... Special Features Camera Operator
Sean Gooley ... digital imaging technician
Danny James ... camera operator
Monique Lanier ... still photographer
Scott Newton ... still photographer
Nik Shelbourne ... digital imaging technician
Alex Stein ... gaffer
Eric Stokowski ... grip
Scott W. Warren ... assistant camera / first assistant camera
Lindsey LeAnn Watson ... assistant camera

Animation Department

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Juan Maestas ... layout artist

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Elise Hanson ... costumer / wardrobe

Music Department

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Daryl Anderson ... composer: theme music (as Dj Daryl) / composer: theme music

Transportation Department

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Nik Ferrari ... driver
Nik Shelbourne ... driver

Other crew

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John Austin Ethridge ... production assistant (as Austin Ethridge)
Carl Joglar ... production assistant
Susan McEvoy ... script supervisor
Christiano Robles ... production assistant

Thanks

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Annette Marie Buchholdt ... in memory of
Charles Lucima ... special thanks
Julia Macri ... special thanks
James C. Morris ... special thanks
Tammy Ross ... special thanks
Tom Thorum ... special thanks
David Weintraub ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

Three black guys from Utah, who happen to be the only black people from Utah, stumble upon a new black woman who has come to town. They begin to vie for her love but fear they aren't "black enough" to appeal to her. They hire someone from out of own, Pepper Palmer, to teach them how to act "blacker," except when he arrives, he's not quite what they had in mind. Written by Lonzo Liggins

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Also Known As
  • Stop Pepper Palmer (United States)
Runtime
  • 95 min
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