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“A mistreated blackjack dealer is forced into becoming a drug dealer for a day with disastrous results.”

Local film supergroup gives us darkly comedic thriller ‘Dealer the Movie’

March 5th, 2015

“A mistreated blackjack dealer is forced into becoming a drug dealer for a day with disastrous results.”

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    “This is all in his spirit, raising the money and keeping our American art form alive.”

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    The album doesn’t shy away from pushing boundaries.

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    This show was initially produced for NBC but it's odder and darker than typical network fare.

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