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We're Talking Serious Money

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We're Talkin' Serious Money
WereTalkingSeriousMoney94.jpg
Video cover
Directed byJames Lemmo
Produced byLisa M. Hansen
Paul Hertzberg
Catalaine Knell
Guy J. Louthan
Leo Rossi
Harold Welb
Written byJames Lemmo
Leo Rossi
StarringDennis Farina
Leo Rossi
Fran Drescher
John LaMotta
CinematographyJacques Haitkin
Release date
Running time
104 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

We're Talkin' Serious Money (1991), also known as Serious Money, is an action-comedy film directed by James Lemmo. He also co-wrote the screenplay with Leo Rossi, who also stars in the film. Cinematography by Jacques Haitkin. It also stars: Dennis Farina, Fran Drescher, John LaMotta, Peter Iacangelo. It was produced by: Lisa M. Hansen, Harold Welb, Paul Hertzberg, who makes a small cameo in the film, Catalaine Knell, Guy J. Louthan, co-star Leo Rossi, and Harold Welb. The movie was filmed in Los Angeles, California, and New York City, New York. It was released by Grey Matter Entertainment and CineTel Films in the United States.

Plot

Two misfit men, Sal (Dennis Farina) and his friend Charlie (Leo Rossi), are cheated out of $10,000 that they had borrowed from a Mafia kingpin. They must flee from New York to Los Angeles, only to there get involved in a caper involving a video of Senators in compromising positions. Given a cool million for the video, they are then pursued by the mob and the FBI.

Cast

  • Dennis Farina – Sal
  • Leo Rossi – Charlie
  • Fran Drescher – Valerie
  • Cynthia Frost – Connie
  • John LaMotta – Gino 'the Grocer'
  • Peter Iacangelo – Frankie 'the Beast'
  • Anthony Powers – Joey Eggs
  • Lou Bonacki – Cop #1
  • John Cade – Cop #2
  • Catherine Paolone – Rosemarie
  • Robert Castanzo – Michael
  • John Josef Spencer – Rosemarie's Son
  • Maria Cavaiani – Rosemarie's Daughter
  • Len Pera – Goon Behind the Counter
  • Donna Hardy – Old Lady (as Dona Hardy)

Production credits

  • James Lemmo - Director / Screenwriter
  • Lisa Hansen – Producer
  • Paul Hertzberg – Producer
  • Catalaine Knell – Producer
  • Guy J. Louthan – Producer
  • Leo Rossi - Screenwriter / Producer
  • Harold Welb – Producer
  • Jacques Haitkin – Cinematographer
  • Steve Nevius – Editor
  • Susan Benjamin - Art Director
  • Tom McKinley - Costume Designer

Availability

The movie was released on videocassette in 1992 by Columbia TriStar Home Video. The movie has never been released on DVD, and as of December 26, 2009, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has not yet announced any plans for a DVD release.

External links

This page was last edited on 11 July 2020, at 16:20
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