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Dealin' with Idiots (12-Jul-2013)

Director: Jeff Garlin

Writers: Jeff Garlin; Peter Murrieta

Keywords: Sports Comedy, Baseball

Indie comedy follows a fictional comedian as he attempts to glean material for an upcoming film project from the inner workings of his son's colorful Little League baseball team.

ABSTRACT
Max Morris, a famous comedian, is struggling to find solid inspiration for his fast-approaching cinematic endeavor. Eager to tap a potential new source of material, he sets out to familiarize himself with the parents, players, and coached involved in his son's Little League baseball team, throwing himself into a sea of weirdos in an effort to introduce a new shtick into his act.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Agee
Actor
26-Feb-1969   The Sarah Silverman Program
Jeff Garlin
Actor
5-Jun-1962   Jeff Greene on Curb Your Enthusiasm
Gina Gershon
Actor
10-Jun-1962   Showgirls
Jami Gertz
Actor
28-Oct-1965   Muffy on Square Pegs
Ian Gomez
Actor
27-Dec-1964   The Drew Carey Show
Kerri Kenney
Actor
20-Jan-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Richard Kind
Actor
22-Nov-1956   Paul Lassiter on Spin City
Bob Odenkirk
Comic
22-Oct-1962   Mr. Show
Timothy Olyphant
Actor
20-May-1968   Sheriff Bullock on Deadwood
Nia Vardalos
Actor
24-Sep-1962   My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night
Max Wright
Actor
2-Aug-1943   The dad on ALF

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