The Prime Gig

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The Prime Gig
Prime Gig poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Gregory Mosher
Produced by Gina Mingacci
Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt
Cary Woods
Written by William Wheeler
Starring Vince Vaughn
Julia Ormond
Ed Harris
Music by David Robbins
Cinematography John A. Alonzo
Edited by James Y. Kwei
Production
company
Independent Pictures
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release dates
  • September 14, 2001 (2001-09-14) (USA)
Running time
98 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Prime Gig is a 2001 film directed by Gregory Mosher, starring Vince Vaughn, Julia Ormond, and Ed Harris.[1] The Prime Gig debuted at the Venice, London, and Los Angeles film festivals, and was released directly to DVD in September 2001.

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Pendleton "Penny" Wise, a talented telemarketer that can sell most anything over the phone, is making a fine living doing phone sales until the company he's employed by goes bankrupt. Penny is approached by Caitlin Carlson who is hiring telephone salesmen for Kelly Grant. Grant is a legend in telemarketing, yet not always for honest reasons, and Penny is unsure if Grant's latest venture, selling shares in a gold mine, is legit.

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