Shakes the Clown

Shakes the Clown

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Overview

Shakes the Clown

This black comedy chronicles the fall of one of the world's most unlovable clowns as he plies his trade and tries to survive in Palukaville a town where everyone is more or less a Bozo. Shakes loves women and more than that, he loves his booze. Like many of his painted peers, ol' Shakes likes to hang out at The Twisted Balloon, the favorite local pub where he hoists a few, beats up on mimes (the lowest caste in Palukaville) and causes trouble with his girl friend Judy, a woman who cannot say the letter "L." Because the slovenly Shakes can't seem to make it to birthday parties sober and on time, he is fired from his booking agency, causing him to go on a big drinking binge. Later, Shakes awakens and learns that Binky, a lousy TV-clown, is framing him for beating up Shake's former boss with a juggling pin. Now poor Shakes must clear his name. He must also rescue "Juwee" who has been kidnapped by the nefarious Binky, and he must come to grips with his alcohol problem (perhaps the film could be therefore titled "Clown and Sober?"). Keep an eye peeled for cameos by Robin Williams, as a mime instructor, and Florence Henderson as one of Shake's illicit sexual conquests.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/15/2017
UPC: 0683904546647
Original Release: 1991
Rating: R
Source: Mill Creek Ent
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen, Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:27:00
Sales rank: 18,675

Special Features

New audio commentary with Bobcat Goldthwait, Julie Brown and Tom Kenny

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bobcat Goldthwait Shakes The Clown
Julie Brown Judy
Tom Kenny Binky the Clown
Blake Clark Stenchy the Clown
Adam Sandler Dink the Clown
Robin Williams Mime Jerry
Florence Henderson The Unknown Woman
Kathy Griffin Lucy
Paul Dooley Owen Cheese
Bruce Baum Ty the Rodeo Clown
Jack Gallagher Officer Crony
Paul Kozlowski HoHo the Clown
Jeremy S. Kramer Detective Boar
LaWanda Page Female Clown Barfly
Greg Travis Randi the Rodeo Clown
Tom Villard Dirthead in Car
Martin Charles Warner Male Clown Barfly
Donald Paul Pemrick Actor
Tom Scott Actor
Danielle Spencer Boots the Clown
Tony V. Broken Saddle Bouncer
Steve Bean Beaten Mime in Park
Eliza Coyle Enthusiastic Mime
Gerald F. Edelstein 2nd Party Dad
Paige Gosney Billy
Scott Herriott Floor Director
Melissa Hurley Producer at Bigtime Cartoon Circus
Tim Kazurinsky 1st Party Dad
Sidney Lassick Peppy the Clown
Joel Murray Milkman
Bob Nickman Gas Station Owner
Shane Ricci Obnoxious Kid at Party
Johnny Silver Clown Tailor
Cary Smith Mom at Party

Technical Credits
Bobcat Goldthwait Director,Screenwriter
Michael Bennett Producer
Bobby Bukowski Cinematographer
Melissa Cobb Associate Producer
Paul Colichman Producer
Miles A. Copeland Executive Producer
Elliot Davis Cinematographer
J. Kathleen Gibson Editor
Melissa Hurley Choreography
Barry Krost Executive Producer
Ann Luly-Goldthwait Producer
Christopher B. Neely Art Director
Don Pemrick Casting
Steven Reich Associate Producer
Tom Scott Score Composer
Tim Trella Stunts
Harold Welb Executive Producer
Pamela Woodbridge Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Shakes the Clown
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11

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Shakes the Clown 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
All kinds of critics don't go along with this movie as being great but I totally disagree. shakes the clown has performed a daring attempt to cross dangerous boundries when it comes to low class comedies for critic reviews. if you hate clowns don't worry these clowns would actually make you laugh with their clever drunkeness.