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Pawn Shop Chronicles (12-Jul-2013)

Director: Wayne Kramer

Writer: Adam Minarovich

Keywords: Action/Comedy

A series of vignettes tell the story of how a cavalcade of bizarre characters set out on a wild hunt for a missing wedding ring.

ABSTRACT
Elijah Wood, Brendan Fraser, and Norman Reedus feature in this oddball indie comedy following a hapless Elvis impersonator, a pack of Nazi-sympathizing skinheads, and a man attempting to rescue his kidnapped wife as their surreal storylines come together around a search for a missing wedding ring.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Cudlitz
Actor
29-Dec-1964   John Cooper on Southland
Matt Dillon
Actor
18-Feb-1964   Drugstore Cowboy
Vincent D'Onofrio
Actor
30-Jun-1959   Star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Brendan Fraser
Actor
3-Dec-1968   The Mummy
Lukas Haas
Actor
16-Apr-1976   Amish boy in Witness
Thomas Jane
Actor
29-Jan-1969   The Sweetest Thing
Rachelle Lefevre
Actor
1-Feb-1979   Dr. Kate Sykora on A Gifted Man
Chi McBride
Actor
23-Sep-1961   Steven Harper on Boston Public
Matt O'Leary
Actor
6-Jul-1987   Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire
DJ Qualls
Actor
12-Jun-1978   Road Trip
Kevin Rankin
Actor
18-Apr-1976   Roe Saunders on Unforgettable
Norman Reedus
Actor
6-Jan-1969   Gossip
Ashlee Simpson
Singer
3-Oct-1984   Jessica Simpson's nepotistic younger sister
Paul Walker
Actor
12-Sep-1973 30-Nov-2013 2 Fast 2 Furious
Elijah Wood
Actor
28-Jan-1981   Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings

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