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An Almost True Story: TOXIC TUTU is an homage to the original cult-classic horror-comedy, THE TOXIC AVENGER and explains what became of the "Toxic Avenger's" Melvin the "Mop Boy", Mark... See more »

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Himself
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Himself
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Ginger Lafferty
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Jonny Fairplay
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Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeremy Ambler ...
Sheriff Z. Walker
Teresa Ambler ...
Wrestling Spectator
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Demon of Toxicity
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Toxic Avenger Fan
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Herself
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Daddy
Paul D. Baum ...
Transport Guard
Dakota Bay ...
Jersey Girls
Zack Beins ...
Featured Interviewee
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Sheriff Bush (as John Angel)
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Tutu
Ryan Boyer ...
Rockstar Wrestler
William L. Bozarth ...
Tutu Brigade - Red Suit
D.J. Calvitto ...
Himself
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Paranormal Investigator
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Crime Scene Police Officer
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Convention Security
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Daddy's Girlfriend
Sky Coda ...
Tutu Brigade
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Tutu Brigade
David Crist ...
Rockstar Wrestler
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Crime Scene Photographer
Angel Del Valle ...
Sister Abductress
Nate Fife ...
Rockstar Wrestler
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Lloyd's Red Carpet Companion
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Nagging Japanese Girlfriend
Peter Genovese ...
CNS Convention Panelist
Jacob Godzak ...
Tutu Brigade
Sophie Gohr ...
Crime Scene HAZMAT Official
Stephanie N. Gooch ...
Reporter News Frenzy
Troy Gorss ...
Gardner
Zachary Green ...
Rockstar Wrestler
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Maggie (VO)
Mike Halac ...
Mastino
Chris Harding ...
Deputy Colrite
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Tutu Mercenary
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Sloshed Japanese Visitor
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TROMA Geisha Girl
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CNS Convention Reporter
Matt Jenkins ...
Crime Scene HAZMAT Official
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Mecca
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Nasty Neal
Melissa Joyce ...
Lloyd Whisperer
Maggie Kane ...
Lap Dancer
Clay Kiene ...
Rockstar Wrestler
Eleanor Kite ...
Sex Pod Seductress
Sarabel Levinson ...
Herself
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Fainting Woman
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CNS Crime Scene Investigator
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Little Sista
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Tutu Brigade
Joe Nardelli ...
Mark's Best Friend
Kelsie Naugler ...
Jogger in Hysterics
Ken Newman ...
Wrestling Audience Extra
Dennis Nicomede ...
Dr. Dan
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Himself
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Slashed Tutu Brigade Fan
Bobby Paul ...
Bozo Impersonator
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Tutu Brigade
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CNS Convention Panelist
Steve Pollard ...
Mark's Fan in London
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Melvin Whisperer
Audra Relaford ...
Grandpa's Little Girl
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Himself
Melanie Roberts ...
Pole Dancer
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Himself
Connie Rodriguez ...
Mop Diva
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Melvin Fluffer
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Lloyd's Red Carpet Companion
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Tutu Brigade
Elena Schick ...
Reporter
David M. Schoelen ...
Transport Guard
Ariel Simone ...
CNS Crime Scene Reporter
Mat Smith ...
HAZMAT Official Grandma's Scene
Myron Smith ...
Bartonsville Deputy
Christopher Smith-Thomas ...
Tutu Brigade Fan Charlotte
Jennifer Smith-Thomas ...
Tutu Brigade Fan Charlotte
Elicia Stokes Navarro ...
Herself
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Crime Scene Police Officer Bully
Richard Taylor ...
Comic Con Dork #1
Thomas Thompson ...
Rockstar Wrestler
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Himself
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Jessica
Jimmy Valiant ...
Himself
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Tutu Brigade
Sara Viniar ...
Jersey Girls
Alan Watkins ...
Convention Interviewee
Carrie Wesolowski ...
CNS Studio Anchor
Nadia White ...
Herself
Aleta Whitten ...
Grandma's Angry Neighbor
Michael Yanovich ...
Security Guard
Alba Yates ...
Crime Scene Sheriff
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Crime Scene Sheriff
Derek Young ...
Fan / Bartonville Deputy
Jason 'Doc' Young ...
Fan in Hospital (as Doc Young)

Directed by

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Joe Nardelli

Written by

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Anthony Abbas ... (additional scenes)
 
Joe Nardelli ... (writer) (as Joseph F. Nardelli)
 
Mark Torgl ... (additional scenes)

Produced by

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Anthony Abbas ... associate producer
Jon Dalton ... co-producer
Robert Hiltzik ... executive producer
Crazy John Karecz ... associate producer
Frank L. Messina ... co-producer
Joe Nardelli ... executive producer / producer
Michael G. Plumides Jr. ... associate producer
Christopher Smith-Thomas ... associate producer
Jennifer Smith-Thomas ... associate producer
Mark Torgl ... executive producer / producer
Derek Young ... co-producer
Jason 'Doc' Young ... associate producer

Music by

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Michael Trapp

Cinematography by

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Joe Nardelli

Film Editing by

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Joe Nardelli

Art Direction by

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Anthony Abbas

Set Decoration by

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Anthony Abbas

Costume Design by

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Antonietta Giannini

Makeup Department

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Jennifer Aspinall ... special makeup effects artist
Margarita Magana ... hair stylist
Hanna Stefko ... Special EFX Makeup Artist
Hannah Stefko ... assistant makeup artist
Valerie Vera ... assistant hair stylist

Production Management

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Derek Young ... Production Manager Virginia Unit

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Erik Shields ... second unit director
Celeste Wilson ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Robbie Lynn ... sound recordist
Nathan Wong ... sound recordist
Nathan Young ... sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Jennifer Aspinall ... Special EFX Makeup Design

Visual Effects by

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Evan Parra ... visual effects artist
Eric Silva ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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David Crist ... fight choregrapher (as Dave Crist)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Nate Bradley ... 2nd unit camera
Gennaro Desposito ... camera operator: L.A. Unit / grip: L.A. Unit

Casting Department

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Sterling Anno ... extras casting (uncredited)

Music Department

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Kristine Rommel ... vocalist: lead
George Tabb ... musical director

Other crew

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John Patrick Brennan ... Troma Liaison (as John P. Brennan)
Alex DiVincenzo ... publicist
Chris Harding ... body double for melvin
Daniel B. Young ... interview assistant

Thanks

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Anthony Abbas ... very special thanks
Sterling Anno ... very special thanks
Andrew Christenbury ... very special thanks
Jon Dalton ... very special thanks
Lyle Dereck ... very special thanks
Robert Fyvolent ... very special thanks
Scott Geiter ... thanks
Peter Genovese ... very special thanks
Matthew Hurwitz ... very special thanks
Neal Jones ... very special thanks
Lloyd Kaufman ... the producers wish to thank
Crazy John Kerecz ... very special thanks
Randal Kleiser ... very special thanks
Annabelle Lecter ... very special thanks
Eben McGarr ... very special thanks
Frank L. Messina ... very special thanks
Brendan Mitchell ... very special thanks
Joe Moe ... very special thanks
Maynard Morrissey ... special recognition
Tom Morwick ... very special thanks
Jackson Nardelli ... very special thanks
Valentino Nardelli ... very special thanks
Phillip O'Riley ... very special thanks
Mad Monster Party ... the producers wish to thank
Edward Payson ... very special thanks
Shawn C. Phillips ... very special thanks
Michael G. Plumides Jr. ... very special thanks
Kasey Poteet ... very special thanks
Diana Prince ... very special thanks
Katie Sartore ... very special thanks
Christopher Smith-Thomas ... very special thanks (as Chris Smith)
Jennifer Thomas ... very special thanks
Michael Yanovich ... very special thanks
Sherri Yarbrough ... Epic-CON Ohio
Jason 'Doc' Young ... family & friends

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Thirty-years after the release of THE TOXIC AVENGER, Mark Torgl resurfaces at a horror-fan Cosplay convention to reveal the reason for his prolonged obscurity. But before he can explain, Mark is abducted by masked gunmen. --- The convention erupts into chaos and a rumor mill swirls: Toxic waste found on the set of the original film. --- The substance is believed linked to: the deaths of innocent people; heightened sexual stimulation; rumors of Mark's disfigurement; and a toxic oasis located somewhere in the marshlands of New Jersey. --- In the midst of the search for Mark who is rescued by a group of fanatics, Lloyd Kaufman - mastermind of the cult-classic film -- goes missing. --- Mark realizes that the abductors are after more - the fertile source. And that he must get to the toxic oasis before they do. --- NYU colleague and filmmaker, Joe Nardelli is invited by Mark to document, on video, Mark's first time convention appearance and return to his fans. What emerges is a conspiracy between deviant sibling abductors. One who wants to seize the toxic oasis for the powerful contaminants it produces. And the other who is determined to destroy it. Mark is the target of their adverse intentions. --- An Almost True Story: TOXIC TUTU sheds light on a thirty-year shroud of secrecy surrounding the infamous TROMA production and Melvin's mysterious disappearance. Meanwhile, it speculatively answers a question fans have been asking for decades: What really happened to their hero and beloved, Melvin the "Mop Boy", Mark Torgl following the release of THE TOXIC AVENGER? Written by Producers

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  • Toxic Tutu (United States)
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Budget $450,000 (estimated)

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