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UPC-A683904522252   UPC-A barcode 683904522252
Product NameFunny Bones / The Cemetery Club - Double Feature
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00668IFXY
Price New3.86 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used1.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
RatingR - Restricted
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Run Time234 minutes
CastJerry Lewis, Oliver Platt, Olympia Dukakis
GenreComedy
Run Time234 minutes
BindingDVD
FormatNTSC, Surround Sound
Run Time234 minutes
Long DescriptionThe Cemetery Club. In the heart-warming tradition of FRIED GREEN TOMATOES, an all-star cast lights up the screen with irresistible laughter and captivating charm! Once a week, a circle of lifelong friends meet to pay tribute to the past. But when life throws them a few unexpected curves, they happily discover the best times are still ahead! Academy Award-winners Olympia Dukakis and Ellen Burstyn, plus nominees Diane Ladd and Danny Aiello, team up to deliver genuinely delightful performances in this enchanting comedy treat! Join them for a fun-filled celebration you're sure to enjoy. Funny Bones. Acclaimed by critics everywhere for its zany comedy and terrific cast, FUNNY BONES is big laughs for everyone! Struggling in the shadow of his famous comedian father (world-renowned entertainer Jerry Lewis), a young comic (Oliver Platt) retreats to his old hometown when his act bombs in Las Vegas. Ready to try anything for inspiration, he's in for more than a few surprises before learning that his own eccentric family is the best material for a perfect act! You'll want to discover for yourself this uncommon comedy treat that's packed with unforgettable fun!
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