Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall

Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall
Directed by Bryan Gordon
Produced by Stephen Milburn Anderson
Tikki Goldberg
Jana Sue Memel
Jonathan Sanger
Written by Bryan Gordon
Starring John Achorn
Tim Choate
Cinematography Philip H. Lathrop
Editing by Debra Neil-Fisher
Release date(s)
Running time 23 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall is a 1987 American short comedy film directed by Bryan Gordon. It won an Academy Award in 1988 for Best Short Subject.[1]

Cast

  • John Achorn - George Scurry
  • Tim Choate - Phil Leeds
  • Joe D'Angerio - John Garber
  • Boyd Gaines - Sam Logan
  • Darryl Henriques - Stuart Gaul
  • Tommy Hinkley - Andrew Northfield
  • Matt Landers - Ray Pindally
  • Jay McCormack - Dick 'Tango Man' Dietz
  • Sam McMurray - Peter Harriman
  • Steven Memel - Disc Jockey
  • David Rasche - Cal McGinnis
  • Kevin Scannell - Ben Trelborne
  • Ed Scheibner - Bartender
  • Peter Van Norden - Ed Granger
  • Lyman Ward - Dick Tratten
  • Lee Wilkof - Malcolm Stennis
  • Fred Willard - Tom Osborne
  • Kent Williams - Steve Cook
  • Robert Wuhl - Benny Berbel

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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