11 Dollar Bill launches Post-Production facility in Raleigh

11 Dollar Bill, a leading independent post-production studio specializing in creative design, editorial and finishing services, has opened a facility in Raleigh, North Carolina. The site boasts resources for creative editorial, design, motion graphics and animation as well as color correction and editorial finishing. It shares a high-speed connection with the company’s studios in Chicago … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill launches Post-Production facility in Raleigh”

11 Dollar Bill adds René Steinkellner as Executive Producer in Chicago

11 Dollar Bill, continuing to grow its leadership team, has appointed René Steinkellner as Executive Producer at its Chicago studio. Steinkellner, who served as Executive Producer at FCB, Lord+Thomas, Chicago, for 12 years, will lead post-production, business development and client relations.  Steinkellner knows 11 Dollar Bill well, having worked with the studio on several recent … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill adds René Steinkellner as Executive Producer in Chicago”

11 Dollar Bill produces PSA for The Climate Reality Project

Climate activists from around the world call for urgent action to combat climate change in a powerful public service announcement for The Climate Reality Project. 11 Dollar Bill produced and provided editorial, graphics design and post-production services for 24 Hours of Reality: Let’s Get Real, a piece which features personal statements from activists from London, … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill produces PSA for The Climate Reality Project”

11 Dollar Bill takes home six awards at ONE Club Denver

11 Dollar Bill had a big night at The ONE Club for Creativity—Denver’s annual awards competition honoring the year’s best work in advertising in the Rocky Mountain region. The post-production studio picked up six awards including a Gold for Editing for its work for the sports fashion brand JD Sports. It also won three Bronze … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill takes home six awards at ONE Club Denver”

11 Dollar Bill and Piggyback propel Carhartt into the New Frontier

11 Dollar Bill provided final post and deliverables for a series of spots promoting the toughness and versatility of Carhartt’s new technology for their Force and Super Dux line of products. Conceived by Piggyback Productions, Denver, the spot juxtaposes the Super Dux Jacket with dramatic images of molten rock, liquified metal, microfibers and other objects. … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill and Piggyback propel Carhartt into the New Frontier”

11 Dollar Bill adds WOW! factor to Made’s broadband service campaign

11 Dollar Bill provided graphic design, editorial and post-production services for a new campaign for Wow! in which the speed, quality and reliability of the company’s broadband service has people shouting its name.  Created by Boulder agency Made, the campaign promotes the launch of Wow! service in communities around the country as “the ultimate internet … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill adds WOW! factor to Made’s broadband service campaign”

11 Dollar Bill joins Colorado Lottery and Cactus in confronting Fomoomoolah

11 Dollar Bill helped to draw attention to Fomoomoolah, a mysterious phenomenon sweeping the Rocky Mountain State in a new campaign for the Colorado Lottery.  The studio provided editorial and post-production finishing services for the spots, conceived by Denver agency Cactus and directed by Ryan Ebner of ArtClass, in which office workers are in a … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill joins Colorado Lottery and Cactus in confronting Fomoomoolah”

11 Dollar Bill helps Piggyback create a buzz for Cheeba Chews

11 Dollar Bill ended things on a high note in providing editorial, graphics design and post services for a new social campaign for Cheeba Chews, a maker of bite-size cannabis edibles. Conceived and produced by Piggyback Productions, Denver, the campaign consists of a series of weed-infused cooking videos with Nicole D., star of the TikTok … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill helps Piggyback create a buzz for Cheeba Chews”

11 Dollar Bill out freezes The Freeze in campaign for RaceTrac and R/GA

11 Dollar Bill wins for coolest ad of the week. They teamed with R/GA and Swedish production company Hobby Film on a new campaign for RaceTrac featuring the “coolest” icon in professional sports. The funny online, social and broadcast spots introduce Freeze Blast, a new drink from the convenience store, named after its speedy character, … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill out freezes The Freeze in campaign for RaceTrac and R/GA”

11 Dollar Bill & Ogilvy team on ‘The Bums and the Bees’

Tim Roper of F. Yeah & Associates directed and 11 Dollar Bill provided editorial and post-production services for the spot which encourages Gen Xers to be screened for colorectal cancer. The spot appropriately titled “The Bums and the Bees” uses humor to raise a subject many men would like to avoid as a man sits … Continue reading “11 Dollar Bill & Ogilvy team on ‘The Bums and the Bees’”

The Tattooed Torah produced & animated by 11 Dollar Bill

The Tattooed Torah, brilliantly animated and produced by 11 Dollar Bill, is based on the children’s book by Marvell Ginsburg. Like the book, the film is meant to educate children about the Holocaust through the true story of a small Torah that was confiscated by the Nazis during World War II yet miraculously survived. Narrated … Continue reading “The Tattooed Torah produced & animated by 11 Dollar Bill”

New Normal: 11 Dollar Bill at home until Mayor says OK

Editor’s Note: The world changed right before our very eyes. We now work, live, exercise and entertain ourselves in our homes. This is the new normal. In this new on-going series, we check in on ad agencies, production companies, post-houses, and anyone else who wants to talk about their personal experiences during this coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. 11 … Continue reading “New Normal: 11 Dollar Bill at home until Mayor says OK”

Reel Women: Lisa Effress, Managing Partner 11 Dollar Bill

Editor’s Note: They are leaders. They are inspirational. They are mentors. They are visionaries. They are, quite frankly, badasses. They are our 2020 Reel Women During Women’s History Month, you will be able to meet these incredible personalities in Advertising, Entertainment, Media and Production. Get ready. A highly accomplished Agency Executive Producer, Lisa spent nearly … Continue reading “Reel Women: Lisa Effress, Managing Partner 11 Dollar Bill”

Three-quarters of a billion dollars on Mega Millions and Powerball

In total, there is $777 million in jackpot prizes up for grabs with Mega Millions and Powerball this Friday and Saturday night. With Labor Day signaling the unofficial end of summer this week, the Illinois Lottery has top prizes on offer that could lead to an endless summer for some lucky players. The next Mega … Continue reading “Three-quarters of a billion dollars on Mega Millions and Powerball”

Guidelines for Illinois Phase 5 full reopening on June 11

Phase 5 will go into effect on June 11 and mark the full reopening of all activities and businesses. Businesses, large-scale events, conventions, amusement parks, and seated-spectator venues will be able to operate at full capacity for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Gov. J.B. Pritzker said this was a defining moment … Continue reading “Guidelines for Illinois Phase 5 full reopening on June 11”

BCBS commits $3 Billion to members and first responders

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) announced that the network of 36 independent and locally-operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) companies and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Federal Employee Program (FEP), have committed nearly $3 billion to date in support of members, health care workers and local communities to aid in the ongoing fight against … Continue reading “BCBS commits $3 Billion to members and first responders”

Chapter 11 for Show Department/RDS

The good news is that business for Show Department, a live and virtual corporate meetings and events producer and supplier, is on the upswing as its Corporate America clients show signs of coming back to life.

The bad news is that on Sept. 20 the Show Department, Inc. and its affiliate Resolution Digital Studios, LLC had to file for Chapter 11 reorganization for the benefit of creditors in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Hugos to be SRO when it honors Joe Pykta at TV/spot festival March 11

Joe Pytka needs no introduction. The King of Commercials ? the director who’s made billions of dollars for the biggest advertisers in the world, the winner of every conceivable commercial award, including three DGA Commercial Direction Awards, whose commercials have appeared 30 times on the Super Bowl ? will be in Chicago, in person, to win still another award.

This one is a Career Achievement Award and tribute at Park West March 11 from the Hugo Awards, a division of the Chicago International Film Festival.

Whitehouse Post promotes Steve Kroodsma to Editor

Continuing their tradition of cultivating exceptional editorial talent, Whitehouse Post has promoted Steve Kroodsma to their Chicago roster. Born and raised in Michigan, Kroodsma zeroed in on editing early while attending film school at Columbia College in Chicago. “Even as a film student with little-to-no understanding of the advertising industry in Chicago, I knew that there … Continue reading “Whitehouse Post promotes Steve Kroodsma to Editor”

Jayson Szott joins Iris Chicago as Executive Creative Director

Iris Chicago welcomes their latest addition to the team, renowned creative, with a highly enriched background, Jayson Szott, as the new executive creative director.  The hire is part of the exponential growth happening across Iris North America through a series of high profile account wins for the agency, including being named Bentley Motors agency of … Continue reading “Jayson Szott joins Iris Chicago as Executive Creative Director”

The Best of Chicago Advertising in 2021

So, here we are at the end of another year. In 2021, we experienced more freedom from the pandemic during the spring and summer as cases lowered, but here we are, back in a kind of partial quarantine as the omicron variant spreads. While many businesses asked their teams to return to the office, advertising … Continue reading “The Best of Chicago Advertising in 2021”

Blue Chip repositions Splenda as a wellness brand

A new campaign from agency Blue Chip repositions Splenda as a wellness brand, with the top low-calorie sweetener being the first step toward a healthier lifestyle. Whereas sweeteners have been about restriction for calorie counters, the new Splenda courts wellness conscious consumers who follow food trends and seek balance in eating. Ads target people who … Continue reading “Blue Chip repositions Splenda as a wellness brand”

Change the Ref: The Lost Class honored

3,044 students did not graduate this year due to gun violence. Change The Ref is making sure these victims are not forgotten, and forced pro-gun legislators and proponents to face the consequences of their policies by creating “The Lost Class.” This month, a graduation ceremony was held to honor The Lost Class – led by … Continue reading “Change the Ref: The Lost Class honored”

At Cinespace and beyond. Who’s working today.

Over the past week it’s safe to say that the Illinois film community is doing their best to ensure that their employees are safe during this unfortunate time. In light of worldwide health concerns about the impact from the COVID-19 virus, many have postponed production until further notice. Starting Monday, Cinespace will close the secondary … Continue reading “At Cinespace and beyond. Who’s working today.”

Bow + Arrow helps Trickshooter Social Club come alive

Bow + Arrow Films director Ted Lega combined live rock-n-roll with mesmerizing drama to create a retro-flavored video for “If I Could,” a new single by Trickshooter Social Club. In the aesthetic of early MTV, the video turns the music into a backdrop for a story about a girl. Filmed at Chicago’s Harlem Avenue Lounge, … Continue reading “Bow + Arrow helps Trickshooter Social Club come alive”

‘Garage Squad’ finale caps off another growing year

Nearly a million viewers are expected to tune into tonight’s finale of the show that celebrates car culture as one of America’s most treasured pastimes   There’s a story behind every broken down car in America, and the creators of Garage Squad work around the clock to bring nearly a dozen of them to life … Continue reading “‘Garage Squad’ finale caps off another growing year”

The IPA is working to expand the Film Incentive program

During the current 2021 Spring Session of the Illinois General Assembly, Illinois Production Alliance (IPA) has partnered with business, industry and the labor unions in support of legislation to modestly expand the Film Incentive program. The legislation introduced in the Senate and House can be found here SB2181 and HB3251.  If made into law, the bill would … Continue reading “The IPA is working to expand the Film Incentive program”

Independent Filmmaker Day on Zoom November 18-19

Rubenstein Business Law and Ornstein Schuler State Film Tax Credits present Independent Filmmaker Day, held Live via Zoom on November 18th & 19th, 2020. IFD helps independent creators from around the world develop new projects, connect within the industry, and champion collaborative and impactful storytelling at all stages.  At each event, you will hear from acclaimed industry experts … Continue reading “Independent Filmmaker Day on Zoom November 18-19”

Nike meets a Local 476 picket line in Chicago

On Saturday, members of I.A.T.S.E Local 476 picketed a Nike commercial that was filming in the city using a non-union crew. The members of Chicago Local 476 have become very diligent and resourceful at uncovering those who come “to exploit our city.” It’s a bit of a team effort to protect the opportunities, wages, and benefits of its members, … Continue reading “Nike meets a Local 476 picket line in Chicago”

How did Blacks get into advertising anyway?

Jim Glover has worked for general market and black advertising agencies and his work has always been on the cutting edge, which many believe is why he has won so many accolades in the biz. Jim is now the founder, President, Creative Director/writer of MultiCultural Creative Consultants (MCC), author of the thriller novel, Mad Man and a … Continue reading “How did Blacks get into advertising anyway?”

Memories of director Joel Schumacher who has died at 80

Acclaimed Hollywood director Joel Shumacher who hit the big time after directing a string of successful movies including Flatliners (1990), The Lost Boys (1987) and St. Elmo’s Fire (1985) has passed of cancer at age 80. He famously took over the Batman franchise from director Tim Burton with the two box-office smashes Batman Forever (1995) and Batman … Continue reading “Memories of director Joel Schumacher who has died at 80”

Remembering John Prine 10.10.46 – 04.07.20

(Editor’s Note: Maywood, Illinois’ John Prine died on April 7 in Nashville, Tenn. Music journalist Morgan Enos, who has bylines in Billboard, TIDAL and Vinyl Me wrote this piece that first appeared in the Grammy Newsletter about Prine’s legacy.) John Prine got his most famous acknowledgment from Bob Dylan, who praised his songs as “Proustian … Continue reading “Remembering John Prine 10.10.46 – 04.07.20”

Sundance picks 12 Filmmakers for Screenwriters Intensive

Twelve screenwriters have been selected to participate in Sundance Institute’s eighth annual Screenwriters Intensive in Los Angeles, to take place March 4-5, 2020. One of the students selected is Chicagoan, Jason Park. The Intensive, a two-day workshop for select emerging writers and writer/directors from underrepresented communities, focuses on the development of first fiction features. Fellows … Continue reading “Sundance picks 12 Filmmakers for Screenwriters Intensive”

Advertising trailblazer Barbara Gardner Proctor passes

The woman who President Reagan called “The Spirit of America” opened the nation’s very first African-American owned ad agency Barbara Gardner Proctor’s story is what American dreams are made of. Born in 1933 in Black Mountain, North Carolina, to a single mother, Bernice Gardner, and raised by a grandmother and an uncle in extreme poverty … Continue reading “Advertising trailblazer Barbara Gardner Proctor passes”

Cinepocalypse fest from June 21 – 28 at Music Box

A cornucopia of classic genre screenings, premieres, and events to take place at Chicago’s iconic Music Box Theatre.     From June 21st through June 28th, a cornucopia of genre screenings and events will take place at the Music Box Theatre for its second annual Cinepocalypse. The film festival grinds together a gory cocktail of … Continue reading “Cinepocalypse fest from June 21 – 28 at Music Box”

Cinespace helps Anixter raise thousands at annual gala

Chicago film industry scores one of the year’s most significant milestones while helping people wih disabilities Last night on the campus of Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, hundreds of guests raised thousands of dollars for people with disabilities during the Anixter Center’s 7th annual gala, held this year in honor of Cinespace President Alexander Pissios. Temporarily … Continue reading “Cinespace helps Anixter raise thousands at annual gala”

Chicago actor Max Jenkins gets “Lost in Space”

Exclusive interview with the cast member of the Netflix’s series premiering today At 12-years-old, one can’t really say Lincoln Square resident Max Jenkins has had a long and storied acting career yet, but he has certainly had an impactful one.     The mandolin player in the band “Cowboy Jesus and Sugar Bum” made his … Continue reading “Chicago actor Max Jenkins gets “Lost in Space””

The Mill, Burrell, Cow Lamp, Obamas, Wakanda news

Live action director and VFX supervisor Ergin Kuke joins The Mill+ Chicago Ergin Kuke will soon begin working his LA-honed, box office savvy as Creative Director for The Mill+ Chicago, according to a press release issued today.     Kuke has notched an expansive variety of experience since relocating to the States from his native … Continue reading “The Mill, Burrell, Cow Lamp, Obamas, Wakanda news”

Chicago Teamster official charged with extortion

In an 11-page indictment returned Wednesday, the US District Court of Illinois charged high-ranking Teamster official John T. Coli Sr. with extorting “quarterly cash payments” from a business identified as “Company 1.”

Although the indictment does not identify the business by name, the Sun Times on Wednesday quoted an anonymous source who claims that it is Cinespace Chicago Studios.

According to the indictment, Coli demanded that “Company 1” deliver $25,000 cash payments from “around October 2016” until “about April 4, 2017.”

“Outrageous rollbacks” reignite SAG-AFTRA strike threat

Just when we thought we all could breathe again after the WGA and the studios and networks came to terms on a new contract, The Wrap, Variety and Hollywood Reporter all report that talks have broken down over a new three-year contract between SAG-AFTRA and the AMTMP. SAG-AFTRA’s current master contract for film and primetime TV expires June 30. The union has about 160,000 members.

Chicago’s wonder women talk about “Wonder Woman”

Does it take a “gal” (see what I did there?) to save the much-maligned and divisive DCEU?

After the critical floggings of Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, it would seem 4th time is the charm as Wonder Woman is a massive critical success.

Coming in at a 94% fresh tomato rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the Amazonian Princess looks bound for a commercial success as well.

Why the IFO’S $499 mm film income should be higher

Last Friday the IFO / DCEO released its year-end summary of revenues from 2016 statewide film productions, stating they were $499 million, from 345 projects.

Becoming half-billion dollar film market is indeed exciting, especially given the previous, so-so year-end tallies. ReelChicago, however, believes the total should be at least $200 million greater, or an estimated $700 million.

Digital and data to drive McDonald’s new DDB agency

The bitter rivalry between DDB vs. Burnett. Publicis vs. Omnicom. Keith vs. Leo, for the billion dollar prize, brought to us by McDonald’s, with a cast of bleary-eyed creatives caught in between, has ended.

The winner, as we all know, is Omnicom and DDB, meaning for the first time in 35 years everything on the menu is going to be served up by one yet-to-be-created agency.

This wouldn’t be the first time DDB started an agency for a single client, having successfully launched Element 79 in 2001 for Quaker Oats.

Chicago hits record income from TV series filming here

Thanks to NBC, Fox TV, Amazon and other TV shows, features, and the large number of media and entertainment projects filming here, Chicago is ascending into the rarified strata of billion dollar film markets.

In just the span of five years, actually since the advent of Cinespace Studios in 2011, Chicago has recorded $1.3 billion generated by entertainment and commercial production.This means that the local economy has directly benefited by a  total of $3.25 billion from film production activity.

DDB quietly absorbs Element 79; Williams to depart

Let’s put it this way. It wasn’t a good sign.

Quietly.  Ever so quietly, the deed was done.  Not in the dark of night, exactly.  But quietly.  So as not to disturb any positive thoughts gestating out there about the state of the Chicago advertising industry.

Yeah.  Maybe we were guilty of being too distracted by the fun and possibilities attached to the launch of the Pompous Society, a happy way to suggest there is maybe still some life in the old ad business here after all.

Fletcher Camera opens New Orleans branch in July

Fletcher Camera & Lenses is going where the action is.  The 25-year old rentals company in the process of opening a branch office in New Orleans – the number three production destination in the US, boasting $1.4 billion in film revenue and 41 movie and TV projects on the books for productions so far this year.

Fletcher Louisiana will open after the Fourth of July in 6,000-sq. ft. one-story building at 5725 Heebe St. in the Crescent City’s Elmwood/Jefferson Parish, where several other film vendors are also located.

“Pure Michigan” spot campaign is pure perfection

If that day ever arrives when the great god of advertising (wherever he or she may be) must chose the greatest ad campaigns there ever were, surely — if there is any creative justice to be had in that heaven — the sublime  “Pure Michigan” campaign will land at or near the top of that hallowed list.

Over the course of the past six years, we have watched this rich and hugely intelligent tourism campaign from McCann-Erickson in Birmingham, Mich., evolve — growing ever more exquisite.  Ever more indicative of what advertising can be at its most artful.

Energy BBDO’s big new accounts just keep coming

We noticed it from a distance.  Energy BBDO/Chicago CEO Tonise Paul had a little extra spring in her step as she approached her table Wednesday at the very clubby Shaw’s Crab House, where the maitre d is well aware of Paul’s preferred booth.

There is, of course, good reason for the ever-upbeat Paul to be even more peppy than usual these days.  Her agency has been on something of a roll (as the saying goes) in recent months.

Three star-studded gala fundraisers this month

MOVIE AND TELEVISION STARS will abound this month as they headline gala fund-raisers to support the city’s culturally important visual arts organizations.

The Museum of Broadcast Communications’ June 11 “Salute to Chicago Television” will honor three generations of broadcasters, directors, producers and executives — 50 in all confirmed so far — at its fund-raiser at the Hilton Hotel & Towers.

Founder/director Bruce DuMont declares this is the first-ever reunion of these broadcasting.

BET’s Jackie Taylor to receive a Special Jeff Award Oct. 29; Jeff Garlin to host Chicago Emmys

A SHOUT OUT TO JACKIE TAYLOR, who after 31 years of staging more than 100 musical shows will receive a Special Award from the Jeff Awards honoring her outstanding contribution to theatre in Chicago.

Taylor, who grew up in Cabrini-Green, founded BET in 1976 with a $1,200 loan and free legal work from Lawyers for the Creative Arts and has built it into a $1.6 million-dollar cultural organization earning national recognition.

A new BET theatre breaks ground next year at 4440 N. Clark, not far from its long time location on Beacon and Montrose.

Harpo to produce two primetime shows

THE QUEEN OF DAYTIME is headed for primetime. Oprah’s Harpo Productions sold two reality shows to ABC, the first time she’s attached her name to a weekly primetime series.

These are the first series to emerge from Harpo’s recently formed TV development group, headed by EVPs Ellen Rakieten and Harriet Seitler.

The shows will be shot in L.A. Oprah is said to appear in at least one of the two shows, although it’s not known if she’ll be the host on either one.

Harpo to produce two primetime shows

THE QUEEN OF DAYTIME is headed for primetime. Oprah’s Harpo Productions sold two reality shows to ABC, the first time she’s attached her name to a weekly primetime series.

These are the first series to emerge from Harpo’s recently formed TV development group, headed by EVPs Ellen Rakieten and Harriet Seitler.

The shows will be shot in L.A. Oprah is said to appear in at least one of the two shows, although it’s not known if she’ll be the host on either one.

Christmas feature films here next month

SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN in the person of Paul Giamatti when the Vince Vaughn starrer “Fred Claus” starts shooting here Jan. 7 for a full month.

Vaughn plays Santa’s bitter older brother, and the movie also stars Kathy Bates, John Michael Higgins, Ludacris, Miranda Richardson, Kevin Spacey and Rachel Weisz. Director is David Dobkin (“Wedding Crashers”).

A production office has been operating out of Chicago Studio City for two months where sets are being built in all three stages for a full month of filming.

It worked for Wisconsin?writing your state law maker to vote for incentives could work here, too

The IPA is asking for your support in urging state legislators to vote for the new, improved tax incentives bill and extending it for three years.

Email or phone your state representative and state senator ASAP?before the current spring legislative session abruptly ends.

The session is already three weeks in overtime, having been scheduled to shut down on April 7. It will not resume until fall.

By that time Illinois could lose millions of Hollywood production dollars to more aggressive states that have enticing incentives to offer.

THE REEL THING: News & Notes

DP MARC MILLER IS IRAQ-BOUND for a month of filming Jake Rademacher’s theatrical documentary, “Brothers at War.” They received Army permission and clearance Dec. 1 after many delays.

“This is the most exciting and challenging project of my career to date,” says Miller. While they will be gone during the holidays, “it will provide us with some interesting situations for filming with our troops during that time,” he says.

ARMY ADVERTISING MARCHES TO A NEW STEP.

He’s the sole Chicagoan on AICP’s national board, but Mark Androw is chairman for the second year

Mark Androw frankly admits his loves his job as board chairman of the 255-member Assn. of Independent Commercial Producers.

The president/executive producer of The Story Companies was recently reelected to a second one-year term. “There’s an amazing group of producers on the board and it’s a it’s a privilege to serve with them,” he says.

It’s built and no one’s coming

A lot of good people believe that “if you build it, they will come.”

In many cases that philosophy of business is true: If you’ve got the goods, customers will respond.

If customers are in the market for what you’ve got, that is.

We’ve got the goods in Chicago Studio City, the biggest and best sound stage complex between coasts. If Hollywood were in the market for stages in Chicago, CSC would be crackling with activity, as it once was.

That was before Canada.

Before Hollywood Blvd. and Madison Ave.

Chill-O-Vision reshoots scenes on
Chevy Chase comedy “Bad Meat”

Chevy Chase and Lance Barber star in “Bad Meat”.

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