Thinner

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The plot of Thinner concerns massively overweight lawyer Billy Halleck Robert John Burke, who is receiving an oral gift from his wife Lucinda Jenney while driving down the street one night, when he becomes so carried away that he runs over an old Gypsy woman Irma St. Paule, killing her. Nobody in town likes the traveling Gypsies much, so Halleck's pals -- a judge and a cop -- cover up the incident. After the cover-up, the dead woman's father, Tadzu Lempke Michael Constantine, touches Halleck's face and whispers ...
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Republic Pictures, 10/07/1997, VHS Tape, Ex-Rental. Very Good condition. VHS Tape. Case Good. Original artwork may contain stickers or shelfware. Quality guaranteed!

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The plot of Thinner concerns massively overweight lawyer Billy Halleck Robert John Burke, who is receiving an oral gift from his wife Lucinda Jenney while driving down the street one night, when he becomes so carried away that he runs over an old Gypsy woman Irma St. Paule, killing her. Nobody in town likes the traveling Gypsies much, so Halleck's pals -- a judge and a cop -- cover up the incident. After the cover-up, the dead woman's father, Tadzu Lempke Michael Constantine, touches Halleck's face and whispers "thinner." Pretty soon, Halleck is losing weight at an incredible rate of more than 40 pounds a week. He tries everything, but learns that Lempke is the only man who can remove the curse. In the meantime, the judge dies of a mysterious skin ailment, and the cop commits suicide. When begging and pleading with Lempke doesn't work, Halleck turns to more drastic methods of persuasion.
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  • Release Date: 10/7/1997
  • UPC: 017153629637
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert John Burke Billy Halleck
Joe Mantegna Richie Ginelli
Michael Constantine
Lucinda Jenney Heidi Halleck
Kari Wuhrer Gina Lempke
John Horton Judge Cary Rossington
Technical Credits
Tom Holland Director, Screenwriter
Laurence Bennett Production Designer
Greg Cannom Makeup Special Effects
Leonard Finger Casting
Mitchell Galin Producer
Michael Green Asst. Director
Stephen F. Kesten Producer
Marc Laub Editor
Daniel Licht Songwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AMAZING!!!

    I bought this movie knowing no more than it was a King movie. And quite frankly, that's all I needed to know!! This was an amazing movie, and I am excited about reading the book!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    good movie

    the movie was pretty good but the book was better.

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