Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie Trailer

Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie Trailer (2002)

31 March 2002 Drama 88 mins

Moyher's good boy Benny Silman from Brooklyn becomes an economics student at Arizona State University for the sun and sexy girls- and the proximity of gambling paradise Las Vegas. Benny aces his studies, being a mathematical genius, but the one who earns money from him at sports is bookie Troy, who however recruits him as subcontractor, making a few thousand for himself. The next year Benny starts for himself, with a few dozen student vassals, and makes a hundredfold.

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Cast

David Krumholtz

as Benny Silman

Tory Kittles

as Stevin 'Hedake' Smith

Theo Rossi

as The Mook

International Releases Dates

United States 31 March 2002

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