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Imps* (2009)

  • Rate: 4.0/10 total 111 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Runtime: USA:80 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
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Imps* (2009)


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  • IMDb page: Imps* (2009)
  • Rate: 4.0/10 total 111 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Runtime: USA:80 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Director: Scott Mansfield
  • Stars: Linda Blair, Barbara Bosson and Georg Stanford Brown
  • Original Music By: Bill Elliot   
  • Sound Mix: Stereo
  • Plot Keyword: Asterisk In Title | Episodic | Sketch Comedy | Segments | One Word Title

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Scott Mansfield  written by

Known Trivia

  • The movie was completed in 1983 but not released until February 2009 (copyright 2008).


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Jere Rae-Mansfield known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Linda Blair known as Jamie (segment "Don't") (archive footage)
  • Barbara Bosson known as Pam (segment "Sale on Professional Men") (archive footage)
  • Georg Stanford Brown known as Charlie (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Ray Buktenica known as Bob (segment "Long Distances") (archive footage)
  • Colleen Camp known as Young Lady (segment "Worst Fears") (archive footage)
  • John Carradine known as Gentleman (segment "Great Moments") (archive footage)
  • Marilyn Chambers known as Herself (segment "Marilyn") (archive footage)
  • Sybil Danning known as Wife (segment "Long Distances") (archive footage)
  • Julia Duffy known as Marjorie (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Squire Fridell known as Newscaster (segment "Sale on Professional Men") (archive footage)
  • Brodie Greer known as Burt (segment "Weekends") (archive footage)
  • Rich Hall known as Announcer (segment "Ho") (archive footage)
  • Deborah Harmon known as Mom (segment "3-Mile Island People) (archive footage)
  • Sunny Johnson known as Missy (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • David L. Lander known as Fritz #1 (segment "Interrogation") (archive footage) (as David Lander)
  • Audrey Landers known as Lois (segment "Dandruff") (archive footage)
  • Kim Lankford known as Woman (segment "Confident") (archive footage)
  • Meadowlark Lemon known as Willie (segment "Man on the Moon") (archive footage)
  • Michael McKean known as Fritz #2 (segment "Interrogation") (archive footage)
  • Jim McKrell known as Voice Over Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (as Jim MacKrell)
  • Ed Marinaro known as Phil (segment "Worst Fears") (archive footage)
  • Diana Muldaur known as Missus Toni (segment "Hola") (archive footage)
  • Barry Pearl known as Bob (segment "Bookreading") (archive footage)
  • William Sanderson known as Carl (segment "Alienski") (archive footage)
  • Peter Scolari known as Phil (segment "Dandruff") (archive footage)
  • Bob Seagren known as Frank (segment "Large World of Sport") (archive footage)
  • James Sikking known as Dracula (segment "Lite Blood") (archive footage) (as James B. Sikking)
  • P.J. Soles known as Young Lady (segment "Soda") (archive footage)
  • Wendie Jo Sperber known as Marquesse de Sade (segment "Rock Video") (archive footage)
  • Byron Stewart known as Mohammed (segment "Large World of Sport") (archive footage)
  • Jennifer Tilly known as Joni (segment "Sale on Professional Men") (archive footage)
  • Jimmie Walker known as Thomas (segment "Man on the Moon") (archive footage)
  • Bruce Weitz known as Larry (segment "Worst Fears") (archive footage)
  • Fred Willard known as Dad (segment "3-Mile Island People") (archive footage)
  • George Wyner known as Irving Rosenbloom Private Eye (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Keenan Wynn known as Charlie (segment "Man on the Moon") (archive footage)
  • Miguel A. Núñez Jr. known as Bopper (segment "Music") (archive footage) (as Miguel Nunez)
  • Karen Montgomery known as Secretary (segment "Tied Up") (archive footage)
  • Marie-Alise Recasner known as Stewardess (segment "Goodbye") (archive footage)
  • Tracy Vaccaro known as Marlene (segment "Marlene") (archive footage) (as Tracy Vacarro)
  • Mike George known as Lance (segment "Sale on Professional Men") (archive footage)
  • Doyle Baker known as Executive (segment "Alarm") (archive footage)
  • Ed Berke known as Held-up Man (segment "Alarm") (archive footage)
  • Karen Mayo-Chandler known as Secretary (segment "Alarm") (archive footage) (as Karen Mayo Chandler)
  • Robert Sherman known as Delivery Man (segment "Alarm") (archive footage)
  • Shawn Campbell known as Billy (segment "3-Mile Island People") (archive footage)
  • Jill Norton known as Suzy (segment "3-Mile Island People") (archive footage) (as Jill Horton)
  • Wendie Griffin known as Cheerleader (segment "Large World of Sport") (archive footage)
  • Robin Hoff known as Melanie (segment "Large World of Sport") / Secretary (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • J.W. Smith known as Receiver (segment "Large World of Sport") (archive footage)
  • Hank Cunnington known as Donald #1 (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Lisa Fuller known as Stephanie (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Denise Gauthier known as Sheila (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Ron Hayes known as Donald #2 (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Don Lara Jr. known as Romano (segment "Soap") (archive footage) (as Dan Lara Jr.)
  • Russ Parsons known as Seth (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Pamela West known as Rhonda (segment "Soap") (archive footage)
  • Gail Davis known as Wicked Witch (segment "Shake and Cook") (archive footage)
  • Mason Nupuf known as Hansel (segment "Shake and Cook") (archive footage)
  • Ron Sloan known as Ogre (segment "Shake and Cook") (archive footage)
  • Wilson Camp known as Businessman (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Paul Cavonis known as Construction Worker (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Marvin Cohen known as Bartender (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Lou Michaels known as Compaining Wife (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Michael Preminger known as Compaining Husband (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Paul Sylvan known as Hate' Man (segment "Unhappy Hour") (archive footage)
  • Jeri Lea Ray known as Daughter (segment "Heads") / Young Lady (segment "I Told Two Friends") (archive footage) (as Jere Lea Rae)
  • Niki Rae known as Mother (segment "Heads") / Punker (segment "Ho") (archive footage)
  • Joshua Grenrock known as Fencer #1 (segment "Coming Attractions") (archive footage)
  • Scott Ingram known as Fencer #2 (segment "Coming Attractions") (archive footage)
  • Lynda Wiesmeier known as Bambi (segment "Coming Attractions") (archive footage)
  • Dennis Bowen known as WWII Flyer (segment "Interrogation") (archive footage)
  • Don Bovingloh known as Father (segment "Quaaludes for Kids") (archive footage) (as Don Bovinglon)
  • Gregory Levinson known as Bret (segment "Quaaludes for Kids") (archive footage)
  • De'Ann Power known as Wench (segment "Lite Blood") (archive footage) (as DeAnn Power)
  • Delores Cantú known as Maid (segment "Hola") (archive footage) (as Dolores Cantu)
  • Pilar Delano known as Cavewoman (segment "Headache") (archive footage)
  • Leslie Shenkel known as Inventor Caveman (segment "Headache") (archive footage) (as Les Shenkel)
  • Stuart Rankine known as Burly Caveman (segment "Headache") (archive footage)
  • Joel Blasberg known as Rabbi (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Susan Gordon known as Shelly (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Mark Lowenthal known as Bart (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Joel Rice known as Ronnie (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Sara Lee Wade known as Missy's Friend (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Bill Elliott Feingold known as Ezra and the Four Feingolds (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Chuck Fiore Feingold known as Ezra and the Four Feingolds (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Dennis Herring Feingold known as Ezra and the Four Feingolds (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Arno Lucas Feingold known as Ezra and the Four Feingolds (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Beau Segal Feingold known as Ezra and the Four Feingolds (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Scott Mansfield known as Ezra Birnbaum (segment "Hannuka Horror") (archive footage)
  • Lloyd Alan known as Dino Dante (segment "Ho") (archive footage)
  • Meredith Eisenberg known as Young Girl (segment "Ho") (archive footage)
  • Wendy Hoffman known as Bubbles (segment "Ho") (archive footage) (as Wendy Hoffmann)
  • Garth Stevens known as Young Dino (segment "Ho") (archive footage)
  • Joe Colligan known as Arthur (segment "Making Out") (archive footage)
  • Carey Salley known as Valerie (segment "Making Out") (archive footage)
  • Steve Tannen known as Delivery Man (segment "Confident") (archive footage)
  • Christine Bayly known as Lilli (segment "Bonahue") (archive footage)
  • Scott Feinstein known as C.P.A. (segment "Bonahue") (archive footage) (as Scott Feinstein C.P.A.)
  • Jerry Lacy known as Bill (segment "Bonahue") (archive footage)
  • Erika Eleniak known as Brooke (segment "Jeans") (archive footage)
  • Paul Thomas known as Roger (segment "Bookreading") (archive footage) (as Phillip Toubus)
  • Lori Wagner known as Sheila (segment "Bookreading") (archive footage)
  • Lisa Fong known as Oriental Mom (segment "Moms") (archive footage)
  • Andrew Louie known as Oriental Son (segment "Moms") (archive footage)
  • Marla Pennington known as American Mom (segment "Moms") (archive footage)
  • Joey Tushnet known as American Son (segment "Moms") (archive footage)
  • Danny Robinson known as Don (segment "Man on the Moon") (archive footage)
  • Sandra Will known as Sheila (segment "Weekends") (archive footage)
  • Newell Alexander known as Bob (segment "My Broker") (archive footage)
  • John Howard Swain known as Businessman (segment "My Broker") (archive footage)
  • Ruble Maxwell Blakey known as Janitor (segment "Nutsy Glue") (archive footage) (as Ruble Maxwell Blaky)
  • Gerald Griffin known as Scientist (segment "Nutsy Glue") (archive footage)
  • Jeffery Kramer known as Announcer (segment "Nutsy Glue") (archive footage)
  • Fred Fox Jr. known as Assistant Director (segment "Millertime") (archive footage)
  • Karen Witter known as Randy Miller (segment "Millertime") (archive footage)
  • Ron Roy known as Jogger (segment "Wabbitt") (archive footage)
  • Matilda known as The Wonder Bunny (archive footage)
  • Corey Burton known as Voice Over Announcer (voice) (archive footage)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Tamara Bertsch known as hair stylist
  • De'Ann Power known as hair stylist (as De Ann Power)
  • Michael Stein known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Dean Andolsek known as assistant props
  • Philip Duffin known as set constructor
  • Al Eisenmann known as assistant set decorator (as Al Eisenmann II)
  • Walter Gorey known as carpenter
  • Matt Gulbin known as carpenter (as Matthew Gulbin)
  • Michael Gulbin known as carpenter
  • Chris Hopkins known as carpenter
  • Damon Marcellino known as carpenter
  • Marc Messenger known as graphic artist
  • Richard Scott Miller known as assistant props
  • Riley Morgan known as props
  • Teri Parker known as props
  • Lauren E. Polizzi known as carpenter (as Lauren Polizzi)




Production Companies:

  • Imps Company, The


  • Monterey Media (2008) (USA) (all media)



Other Stuff

Release Date:
  • USA 10 February 2009 (DVD premiere)



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. capkronos ( from Ohio, USA
    30 Mar 2012, 10:19 am

    THE KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE (1977) is a good example of a collection ofcomedy skits done right. IMPS* (which stands for The Immoral MinorityPicture Show) on the other hand is an example of just how grueling thisformat can be when everything goes horribly wrong! Even Saturday NightLive on its worst day is funnier than this. I'm not really sure whenIMPS* was actually filmed (checking the end credits says the DVD issueyear of 2008), but it was obviously some time in the early 1980s sinceseveral of the actors here were dead by the middle part of the decade.So is it a bad sign that it took about 25 years to actually releasethis? Absolutely! You will find yourself groaning and rolling your eyesabout twenty times more than you'll snicker at this childish, horriblyunfunny collection of skits that poke fun at various movies, TV shows,sporting events, news programs and commercials, as well as Nazis, gays,blacks, "Pollocks," Mexicans, Jews, "orientals" and other groups. Ipersonally don't mind off color or offensive humor at all, but thismovie doesn't go far enough to be over-the-top and outrageous, nor doesit cleverly play up on stereotypes or anything of the sort. Though Ican't recommend anyone watch this, it's now of some interest as a curiopiece because of the ensemble cast. Here we have a very interesting mixof up-and-coming young film and TV stars, washed-up former stars intheir twilight years, magazine centerfolds, porn stars, cult/horrorstaples and even a Harlem Globetrotter!

    One of the highlights is an ever-so-mildly amusing horror spoof "Don'tScream on My Face" (did Edgar Wright see this?) starring Linda Blair as"The Don't Girl," the dumbest horror movie heroine in history who doesthe expected stupid things (going into the house alone, the basement,the woods, etc.) Jason Voorhees even makes a cameo appearance in thisone… using a walker! A young Jennifer Tilly goes to an auction topurchase a well-established bachelor in the next bit. "The 3 MileIsland People" is a sitcom spoof about a literal nuclear family (withFred Willard as the dad). Marilyn Chambers shows up wearing see-throughlingerie in a credit card commercial. Colleen Camp humiliates some poorguy at a bar for no real reason (was this even supposed to be funny?).John Carradine hosts "Great Moments" in Polish history (where anoff-screen narrator reminds him there are no great moments in Polishhistory… har har). Wendy Jo Sperber is the Marquessa De Sade in amusic video spoof about S&M and spousal abuse. Julia Duffy narrates atrashy soap opera sketch from a bed on a theater stage. Rich Hall triesto sell us an album from some Don Ho clone. Busty former Playboy modelLynda Wiesmeier plays sex queen Bambi Juliette in what is probably themost amusing segment – "Teenage French Stewardess Nurse Babysitter,"though even that just rips off the much funnier "Catholic High SchoolGirls in Trouble" sketch from the aforementioned KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE.

    Jimmie Walker plays "the first black in space" in another segment thatalso features Keenan Wynn (who passed away in 1986). James B. Sikkinggets to play a weight conscious Count Dracula in a stupid "Lite Blood"commercial. The two longest segments; one about a Nazi interrogation(with David Lander and Michael McKean) and the other a slasher/detective movie spoof called "The Hanukah Horror," yield no laughs atall. There are also commercials spoofing everything from Calvin Kleinjeans (featuring a young Erika Eleniak imitating Brooke Shields) toflavorless diet soda (with P.J. Soles) to dandruff shampoo (with PeterScolari and Audrey Landers) to telephone companies (with SybilDanning). Other commercial spoof involve super glue, aspirin,deodorant, Shake N' Bake, beer and "quaaludes for kids."

    While some of this may sound amusing and many of the themes seem ripefor parody, this "comedy" is so horribly written and has such lame andobvious jokes that the laughs just aren't there. Like ever! I've seldomseen a film like this fail so badly. It's just plain painful to watch.Most of the segments last about a minute, though a few are longer aremanage to wear out their welcome pretty quickly. The only thing thefilm really provides an abundance of is bare breasts, but you couldalways spare yourself the headache and just watch a porno instead.

  2. merklekranz from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 10:19 am

    I'm all for skit comedy, and have copies of "The Kentucky Fried Movie",and "Amazon Women on the Moon", as part of my DVD collection.Unfortunately what we have with "Imps", is a twenty year old previouslyunreleased production, which should have remained unreleased. Now thisis coming from someone who appreciates this type of film. There areexactly two chuckles in 80 minutes of "Imps". John Carradine presenting"Great Moments in Polish History", and Keenan Wynn communicating with"The First Black Man on the Moon". Other than these two brief skits,everything else is unfunny. I couldn't wait to hit the eject button.Trust me this is BAD. – MERK

  3. cofemug from Seattle, WA
    30 Mar 2012, 10:19 am

    Short skit movies are part of the cinematic language in the couple ofdecades after Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In made ADHD-esquire scenarios ahit, and both National Lampoon and Mad Magazine became nationaltreasures (that have both failed at living up to their reputation oflate).

    In a way, the movies are far and few enough to almost be thought of interms of clichéd relationships. The Kentucky Fried movie is like youroverly-knowledgeable film geek friend who cracks you up. The GrooveTube is like that stoner friend of yours who can't get his mind out ofthe gutter. Amazon Women on the Moon is your sci-fi geek. And, Imps* islike that stupid uncle that comes over retelling all of the off-colorjokes you read on the internet or through viral videos last year, butdumbs them down and doesn't know how to finish the joke.

    IMPS* (The Immoral Minority Picture Show) is a collection of skitsmeant to push the boundaries of good taste, and be a spiteful middlefinger to the moral majority. And, it may have pushed some boundarieswhen it was filmed 25-30 years ago, though I doubt it. Since it wasreleased straight-to-DVD in 2009, the jokes have gotten stale, bland,and feel tame as all hell. In addition, almost all the skits that eventhink about working either end on a wah-wah trumpet note, or just getlost and should have ended 3 seconds sooner so the finale never comes.Python had it right in that you should escape before the skit goes bad.

    IMPS* has no less than 4 skits about deodorant and BO. OOOO, edgy. 1would have been just fine, thank you. The rest of the skits, with fewlasting over 2-3 minutes, are a hodge podge of one-liner adaptations orexpansions on older-than-dirt jokes. The best ones include Linda Blairin Don't Scream on my Face, and Wendy Jo Sperber's song about spousalabuse and S&M. The rest just go flat.

    And, it isn't good pain to watch this.

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