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Release Date: to be announced

Status: Awaiting Release Date

Cast:
Priscilla Barnes, Sam McMurray, Julie Ann Emery, Shane Jacobsen, Bobby DiVito, Duke Valenti, Erika Smith, Joe Stapleton, Jessica Baade, Cheryl McMahon, Glenn Wein

Director: Terre Weisman

Screenwriter: Terre Weisman

Genre: Romance, Comedy
About the film:
An unscrupulous car salesman thinks he's found a way to take over his philandering boss' dealership until he falls in love with the boss' beautiful daughter.

Project Timeline:
Jun. 7, 2010: Director: Terre Weisman, Writer: Terre Weisman, Cast: Priscilla Barnes, Sam McMurray, Julie Ann Emery, Shane Jacobsen, Bobby DiVito, Duke Valenti, Erika Smith, Joe Stapleton, Jessica Baade, Cheryl McMahon, Glenn Wein


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May 02, 2012 - 02:19
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