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Dirty Deeds

Rating:PG-13 (for crude humor, sexual content, language, teen partying/drug references and some violence)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:August 26, 2005
Running time:84 minutes
Cast:Milo Ventimiglia, Lacey Chabert, Charles Durning, Matthew Carey, Alex Solowitz
Director:David Kendall
Producer:Bill Civitella, Dan Kaplow
Writer:Jon Land, Jonathan Thies
Distributor:Freestyle Releasing

Description: A high-school student tries to become the first ever to complete the "Dirty Deeds," a series of extreme challenges that must be accomplished between dusk and dawn on the Friday of Homecoming Weekend.

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