Hot Dogs for Gauguin
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|Hot Dogs for Gauguin|
|Directed by||Martin Brest|
|Written by||Martin Brest|
|Edited by||Martin Brest|
In the film, DeVito plays a down-on-his-luck photographer determined to capture visual magic and fame. He concocts an intricate plot to blow up the Statue of Liberty and sets his camera to record the exact moment of its destruction.
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