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A Christmas Too Many (28-Nov-2005)

Director: Stephen Wallis

Writer: Stephen Wallis

Composer: James Verboort

Producers: Stephen Wallis; James Robson; Kevan Michaels

Keywords: Comedy, Christmas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Coleman
Actor
8-Feb-1968 28-May-2010 Arnold Jackson on Diff'rent Strokes
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
Andrew Keegan
Actor
29-Jan-1979   Camp Nowhere
Ruta Lee
Actor
30-May-1936   Former hostess, High Rollers
Marla Maples
Relative
27-Oct-1963   One of Donald Trump's ex-wives
Sam McMurray
Actor
15-Apr-1952   The Tracey Ullman Show
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals

CAST

Mickey Rooney   ...   Grandpa
Ruta Lee   ...   Grandma
Sam McMurray   ...   Harry
Marla Maples   ...   June
Kevan Michaels   ...   Sonny
Austin O'Brien   ...   Jack
Elisabeth Z. Lund   ...   Julie
Greg Joelson   ...   Teddy
Melissa Wyler   ...   Sally
Pelle Hvenegaard   ...   Danish Director
Johnny Ferrara   ...   Johnny the Whack
with
Gary Coleman   ...   Pizza Guy
Clint Howard   ...   Todd
and
Andrew Keegan   ...   Matt
Billy Calhoun   ...   Maurice
Jan Rooney   ...   Trudy
Abigail Spector   ...   Little Girl

REVIEWS

Review by Ken Walker (posted on 22-Sep-2007)

An amazingly funny little independent film from well known Canadian director Stephen Wallis. Great little cast, very funny and sometimes absolutely hysterical look at a hollywood family at Christmas time. Well written and directed with yet another funny performance from Hollywood Legend Mickey Rooney.


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