Andrew Dice Clay: Dice Rules Trailer

Andrew Dice Clay: Dice Rules Trailer (1991)

"Untamed! Uncut! Unbelievable!" 17 May 1991 Comedy 85 mins

Outrageous, misogynistic and vulgar-to-the-max comedian Andrew Dice Clay does his stuff in this combination stand-up concert video and series of comedy sketches. The sketches, demonstrating that The Dice Man used to be a klutzy wimp, begin the film which then jumps into a filled-to-capacity performance at Madison Square Gardens. The film contains strong profanity, blatant racist remarks, graphic references to sex and other "adult" subjects.

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Cast

Eddie Griffin

as Gas Station Attendent

Sylvia Harman

as Homeless Woman

Noodles Levenstein

as Bank Teller

Maria Parkinson

as Berneece

Michael Wheels Parise

as Dr. Slaughter

Sumont

as Convenience Store Clerk

Hot Tub Johnny West

as Deli Clerk

Fred Silverstein

as Man in Love

Carmine Diorio

as Band Member

Sal Iuvara

as Band Member

Steve Jankowski

as Band Member

Richard Santa

as Band Member

Robert Santa

as Band Member

Tom Timko

as Band Member

International Releases Dates

United States 17 May 1991

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