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Courtney Bess over 2 years ago
erin over 7 years ago
Run Ronnie Run is an American direct-to-video comedy film produced in 2001 and released in 2003, a spin-off from the HBO sketch comedy show Mr. Show. The recurring character Ronnie Dobbs (David Cross) is the focal point of the movie. It was directed by Troy Miller. Ronnie Dobbs (David Cross), a redneck petty criminal whose scams were caught on tape by a Cops-like television show called Fuzz, is noticed by failing infomercial personality/inventor Terry Twillstein (Bob Odenkirk), who sees Dobbs's popularity with lowbrow viewers. He promotes the idea to television executives for a show, "Ronnie Dobbs Gets Arrested" in which he is arrested in a different city each week. The show becomes phenomenally successful, making Dobbs rich and famous and changing his life dramatically. Many of the regular cast members of Mr. Show made appearances, including Jill Talley as Dobbs's occasional wife, and several Hollywood actors made cameos, usually as themselves. Unlike on Mr. Show, where they each...
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