Duck, Duck, Goose!

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Duck, Duck, GOOSE! is a 20-minute comedy film short written, directed and edited by D. C. Douglas. It was first released in Los Angeles, California on 15 January 2005 and on DVD on 15 March 2010.[1]

Synopsis[edit]

Jacob desperately longs to keep his ex-wife close-by for light masochistic pleasure. There's also C.B., a nervous romantic with a hapless crush on the exotic burping beauty, Lizzie, who only wants to find a man with a mind like a woman, fall in love, and then fly away to Paris.

Cast[edit]

  • Robin Daléa ... Lizzie
  • D. C. Douglas ... Jacob
  • Bryan Cuprill ... C.B.
  • Courtenay Taylor ... La Penis Woman
  • Christopher Carroll ... Le French Waiter
  • Dan Butler ... Le Creepy Guy
  • Michael Cade ... Le Romantic Guy
  • Gina Gian ... La Crying Girl
  • Lisa Long ... La Matchmaker
  • Bess Meyer ... La Giggly Girl
  • Diane Mizota ... La Religious Girl
  • Abraham Peraza ... Le Opera Singer
  • Lilia Popova ... La Pianis

Festivals and Awards[edit]

  • Tiburon International Film Festival (15 March 2005)
  • San Fernando International Film Festival (11 April)
  • Palm Beach International Film Festival (14 April)
  • Seattle SOS Film Festival (15 April)
  • RiverRun International Film Festival (21 April)
  • Newport Beach International Film Festival (23 April)
  • Trenton Film Festival (1 May) - Best Actress, Best Actor
  • Santa Cruz Film Festival (5 May)
  • Empire Film Festival (13 May) - Jury Award for Comedy
  • The O.C. Short Film Festival (3 June)
  • Seattle True Independent Film Festival (3 June) - Best Film Short
  • New York City Gen Art Ignite (16 July)
  • Sacramento Film and Music Festival (18 August)
  • Los Angeles International Short Film Festival (8 September)
  • Rome International Film Festival (10 September)
  • DC Shorts Film Festival (16 September)
  • Quittapahilla Film Festival (2 October)
  • FAIF Film Festival (9 October)
  • Ohio Independent Film Festival (12 November)
  • Annapolis Film Festival (13 November)
  • Cleveland International Film Festival (17 March)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Duck, Duck, Goose! Release Info". IMDb.com. Retrieved 23 May 2017.