The Smart Ass Delinquent (1993)

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The "Smart Ass" Krystina King is renting a room with a not-so-average American couple - a pair who seem frighteningly out of time. Every thing is perfectly normal, if the Twilight Zone is ... See full summary »

Director:

Jim Enright

Writer:

Marc Cushman (as Cash Markman)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Rebecca Bardoux ... Marcelina
Debi Diamond ... The Beaver
Mike Horner ... Warren Hatchet (as Don Hart)
Krystina King Krystina King ... Rusty Bryant (as Kristina King)
Lynn LeMay ... March Hatchet
Jonathan Morgan Jonathan Morgan ... Wallis Dow
Steven St. Croix ... Teddy Raskel
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Storyline

The "Smart Ass" Krystina King is renting a room with a not-so-average American couple - a pair who seem frighteningly out of time. Every thing is perfectly normal, if the Twilight Zone is your idea of normal and perfect. Lynn LeMay and Mikem Horner are the strange couple. Just as strange, their son Wally and someone who sits at their dinner table known only as "the Beaver". The battle of wills - and there is always a battle of wills in a "Smart Ass" movie - comes down to whether the sitcom parents can instill their outdated morality into King, or if she, with the help of "the Beaver," can get LeMay and Horner to let their hair down ... along with their britches. Written by Temple Jones

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Genres:

Adult | Comedy

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Arsch auf Achse See more »

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Color
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Trivia

Cash Markman described the script for this movie - therefore the movie itself - as being "The Smart Ass" meets "Leave it to Beaver" meets "The Twilight Zone." Critic Gene Ross, for his review in the June 1993 issue of Adult Video News, declared this to be "the best part (Lynn LeMay) ever played in an adult movie." He wrote that Horner and Lemay's characters "would be perfectly at home in a Stephen King novel." See more »

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