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Killer Diller (2004)

Cast: William Lee Scott, William Lee Scott, Lucas Black, more...
Director: Tricia Brock, Tricia Brock
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Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Genre: Comedies, Black Comedy, Farce
Running Time: 92 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
A musician who is supposed to mend his ways ends up changing the habits of a group of fellow inmates in this comedy. Wesley Benfield (William Lee Scott) is a guitar player with a habit of walking on the wrong side of the law. One night, Benfield gets into a fistfight in a Missouri honky-tonk, and when police discover the car he drove to the club is stolen, it's not long before he finds himself standing before a judge. Benfield is ordered to move into a half-way house near a small Baptist college, and as part of his therapy he joins in a small gospel combo comprised of the house's residents. However, Benfield is a lot more interested in playing the blues; with a bit of persuading, he convinces his bandmates to pursue a new musical direction, and they start sneaking out at night to play shows at a local nightspot. Killer Diller co-stars Fred Willard, Lucas Black, John Michael Higgins, Mary Kay Place, and veteran blues artist Taj Mahal. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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Rainman light by JWhelan March 3, 2008 - 1:36 AM PST
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Light, enjoyable comedy with good music and nice singing by Niki Crawford. A reckless guitar player at a halfway house in the South befriends an autistic pianist and they team up form a blues band.




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