My Breakfast with Blassie Trailer

My Breakfast with Blassie Trailer (1983)

01 November 1983 Comedy 60 mins

My Breakfast with Blassie is a movie starring Andy Kaufman and professional wrestler "Classy" Freddie Blassie. It is a mostly improvised parody of the popular art film My Dinner with Andre and is set in a restaurant where Kaufman and Blassie have a discussion over breakfast. Also featured is Kaufman's partner Bob Zmuda, who plays a nosy fan. Lynne Margulies, who would later become Kaufman's girlfriend, also plays a role; in fact, she and Kaufman met for the first time on camera.

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Cast

Andy Kaufman

as Andy Kaufman

Freddie Blassie

as Freddie Blassie

International Releases Dates

United States 01 November 1983

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