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Eating Raoul
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Eating Raoul 1982

From Amazon: The Blands are a couple living in swinging Los Angeles with their ultra-conservative ways. They find it hard to live life in the midst of all of the completely obnoxious swinging bachelors. Their dreams of running a small restaurant seem to be in jeopardy until they devise a plan to off the swingers in their apartment building with the use of a frying pan to the head, dispose of the bodies and keep the wallets. This goes along quite well until one night a burglar named Raoul breaks in and cuts himself in for a piece of the action. Huge cult favorite comes to DVD for the first time! (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsPaul Bartel
Written By:
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No image existsRichard Blackburn
No image existsMary Woronov
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No image existsRobert Beltran
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Ed Begley Jr.Ed Begley Jr.
No image existsEdie McClurg
No image existsJohn Paragon
No image existsRichard Blackburn
No image existsHamilton Camp
No image existsBilly Curtis
No image existsRichard Paul
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Eating Raoul Movie Review by Cenobite (5/5/2009)

Anyone who missed a Paul Bartel film from the late '70's or '80's simply hasn't lived. You can't possibly critique true comedy nor even begin to touch the cult classics without knowing the distasteful works of either John Waters or Paul Bartel. Without doubt, Eating Raoul was one of the best comedies of it's time & still...

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