Fast Food (film)

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Fast Food
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Directed by Michael A. Simpson
Produced by Jerry Silva
Michael A. Simpson
Stan Wakefield
Phil Walden
Written by Clark Brandon
Lanny Horn
Scott B. Sowers
Jim Basile
Starring Jim Varney
Traci Lords
Michael J. Pollard
Blake Clark
Pamela Springsteen
Music by Iris Gillon
Cinematography Bill Mills
Edited by John David Allen
Production
company
Varney Productions
Distributed by Double Helix Films
Release date
  • April 28, 1989 (1989-04-28)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Fast Food is a 1989 American comedy film starring Jim Varney, Traci Lords, Michael J. Pollard, Blake Clark and Pamela Springsteen.[1]

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Auggie Hamilton (Clark Brandon) is always looking for ways to earn a quick buck. When he learns that his friend Samantha Brooks (Tracy Griffith) is going to sell her garage to fast food king Wrangler Bob Bundy (Jim Varney) he comes up with one more scheme, to turn the garage into a burger joint. When Wrangler Bob proves to be stiff competition, they develop a secret sauce that makes people go crazy.

It was shot in Atlanta and Los Angeles. The film is rated PG-13.

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