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Loose Shoes (1980)

Loose Shoes





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Preview trailers for movies not coming to a theater near you are collected in this satiric comedy. Loose Shoes is a sketch comedy which takes the form of a series of "coming attractions" for movies that don't happen to exist. The oddball trailers include the Billy Jack parody Billy Jerk Goes to Oz , the family comedy The Shaggy Studio Executive , a ribald Ma and Pa Kettle take-off, a biker film satire called Skateboarders From Hell , a vintage musical short entitled Darktown After Dark , a politically incorrect Charlie Chaplin two-reeler, a Play It Again, Sam goof in which "Duddy Allen" seeks romantic advice from a guy he thinks is the ghost of Clark Gable, and much more. Loose Shoes includes pre-fame performances from Bill Murray, Howard Hesseman, Ed Lauter, and Harry Shearer, while cult favorites Susan Tyrrell, Sid Haig, Jaye P. Morgan, Kinky Friedman, and Van Dyke Parks also appear in the cast.more
Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
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Written By: Royce D. Applegate, Ira Miller
On DVD: Feb 24, 2004
Atlantic Releasing Corporation


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Not perfect, but some genuine "Kentucky Fried Movie" inspired zaniness. Notable for featuring Bill Murray and Howard Hesseman. Funny at times and at other times slow, but this is a fun little flick not to be overlooked.

Tim Salmons

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