Mr. Accident

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Mr. Accident
Directed by Yahoo Serious
Produced by Yahoo Serious
Warwick Ross
Lulu Serious
Dennis Kiely
Written by Yahoo Serious
David Roach
Starring Yahoo Serious
Helen Dallimore
David Field
Gary McDonald
Music by Nerida Tyson-Chew
Cinematography Steve Arnold
Edited by Simon Martin
Production
company
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release dates
March 24, 2000
Running time
88 minutes
Country Australia
Language English

Mr. Accident is a 2000 Australian comedy film written, directed, produced by, and starring Yahoo Serious.

The basic plot involves a very clumsy but lovable young man named Roger Crumpkin and his UFO-obsessed girlfriend Sunday Valentine (Helen Dallimore), who stumble upon a plan to market eggs laced with nicotine. Crumpkin must risk his job and girlfriend to uncover the plan that just may involve his boss.

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Mr. Accident grossed $1,612,424 at the box office in Australia,.[1]

The film currently holds a 17% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes, based on 6 reviews (5 negative, 1 positive).[2]

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