Lonely Street (film)
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|Directed by||Peter Ettinger|
|Written by||Peter Ettinger|
|Based on||Lonely Street
by Steve Brewer
Lonely Street is a 2009 American comedy-thriller film directed by Peter Ettinger and starring Jay Mohr, Robert Patrick, Nikki Cox, Joe Mantegna and Katt Williams. The film is based on the novel of the same name, written by Steve Brewer.
Bubba Mabry (Mohr), a notoriously gullible private detective, is hired to snoop on a tabloid reporter by a mysterious celebrity known only as Mr. Aaron (Patrick). When the tabloid reporter is murdered, Mabry becomes the prime suspect in his death.
- Jay Mohr ... Bubba Mabry
- Robert Patrick ... Mr. Aaron
- Nikki Cox ... Bambi
- Joe Mantegna ... Jerry Finkelman
- Katt Williams ... Rodent
- Ernie Hudson ... Capt. Morgan
- Ken Davitian ... Motel Owner
- Lindsay Price ... Felicia
- Mike Starr ... JG
- Ellen Albertini Dow ... Lydia - Librarian
- Paul Rodriguez ... Det. Romero
- Gerry Bednob ... Bongo
- Heather Wahlquist ... Kathy Grabow
- David Mattey ... Snake
- Kevin Chapman ... Cowboy Cop
- Perry Anzilotti ... Marty Grabow
- John F. O'Donohue ... Hank 'The Tank' Tankersley
- Marnie Alexenburg ... Bartender
- Lacey Eberl ... Pop Star
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