Trade In

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Trade In
Trade In Poster.jpg
Theatrical Release Poster
Directed by Jackie Lee James
Produced by David Aufmuth
Linda Aufmuth
Justin Kreinbrink
Brian McLaughlin
Jeremy Womac
Written by David Aufmuth
Tara Kreinbrink
Drew Grubich
Jason Moore
Kris Sharma
Jason Urban
Starring Chris Mascarelli
Tiffany Shepis
Christina Leigh
Jason Moore
Corey Haim
Ron Jeremy
Music by Matthias Weber
Cinematography Derek R. Griffith
Editing by John P. M. Higgins
Release dates
  • September 19, 2009 (2009-09-19)
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Trade In is a 2009 comedy film in post production, directed by Jackie Lee James. The film was written by Jason Moore, Kris Sharma and Drew Grubich. The film stars Chris Mascarelli, Tiffany Shepis, and Christina Leigh.

Plot[edit]

Marty (Mascarelli), owner of the used car dealership Car Kingdom, is thrust into a sales contest against his bitter rival, Wayne Empire (Joe Jones) of Empire Cars. Desperate, Marty hires his ex-girlfriend, Gina (Leigh), as a marketing rep. Together, they work to focus Marty's misfit sales team and turn them into the top dealership in town. It is a battle of wits and bumbling whim to determine who gets to stay open, and who gets traded in.

Cast[edit]

  • Christopher Mascarelli as Marty
  • Christina Leigh as Gina
  • Tiffany Shepis as Crystal
  • Ron Jeremy as Richard Steadman
  • Corey Haim as Himself
  • Jason Moore as Victor
  • Joe Jones as Wayne Empire
  • Richard Pines as Lou
  • Noah Todd as Mol
  • Dwayne Palmer as Curt
  • Benjamin Heflin as Alex
  • David A. Aufmuth Sr. as Tony
  • Jeremy Frey as Matt
  • William Killian as Tom
  • Rory Pierce as Jerry
  • D. C. Sands as Penis Man
  • Elske McCain as Jenny

Production[edit]

The film is set in Tucson, Arizona. Filming locations include local businesses Aufmuth Motors and Howl at the Moon.[1]

Release[edit]

World Premiere[edit]

Trade In made its world premiere[2] on September 19, 2009 at the Fox Tucson Theatre,[3] located in downtown Tucson.

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