Beer (film)

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Beer
Beer film.jpg
Directed by Patrick Kelly
Produced by Robert Chartoff
Written by Allan Weisbecker
Starring Loretta Swit
Rip Torn
Kenneth Mars
David Alan Grier
William Russ
Ralph Manza
Saul Stein
David Wohl
Dick Shawn
Music by Bill Conti
Cinematography Bill Butler
Production
company
Distributed by Orion Pictures
Release date
  • August 30, 1985 (1985-08-30)
Running time
83 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Beer, also known as The Selling of America, is a 1985 comedy film produced by Orion Pictures that satirizes the advertising industry, specifically the TV commercial industry.

Plot[edit]

Cynical ad executive B. D. Tucker (Loretta Swit) is desperate not to lose the account of the financially ailing Norbecker Brewery. When three losers (David Alan Grier, William Russ, and Saul Stein) inadvertently prevent a robbery in a bar, Tucker and her minions give them a macho image and center an entire ad campaign around them.

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