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DVD cover
Directed by Bill Corcoran
Written by Tom Alexander
Kevin Sepe
Starring Patrick Cavanaugh
Brian Guest
Pauly Shore
Edited by John Coniglio
BD Garden
Distributed by Screen Media Films[1]
Release date
January 11, 2011
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $400,000

Stonerville is a 2011 American comedy film released direct-to-video.[2] Leslie Nielsen played a character simply named Producer, which was his final role before he died.[3][4] The film was directed by veteran television director Bill Corcoran. It was written by longtime writer/producer, Kevin Sepe and comedy writer Tom Alexander ([2]


Troy "Slam" Slamsky is a viral video guru who is a huge hit on His nagging girlfriend Miranda wants him to take his skills and growing fan base into the real world and get a job in advertising. She is tired of living in their less than modest apartment, and sees Slam's talent as the ticket out. Slam is only interested in making his short movies, getting stoned with his best friend Harlan "Harley" Lovecraft, and someday visiting Cleveland. After a series of disagreements and the discovery that Miranda is two-timing Slam with rich snob Tyler, Slam is suddenly on his own.

He soon encounters the gorgeous Erica. She is a huge fan of Slam and his work. It isn't long before the two are an item. She connects him with her uncle, Johnny Scarano, a gentleman's club owner with mob ties. Slam and Harley go on a full-fledged commercial shooting spree hyping Scarano's club. Slam is suddenly in the money and very much in love with Erica. Slam's produced videos, as well as the ones playing in his mind, are revealed in comedy sketches that are interjected throughout the film.


  • Patrick Cavanaugh as "Troy Slam Slamsky"
  • Joey Diaz as "Johnny Scarano"
  • Cameron Goodman as "Miranda"
  • Brian Guest as "Harlan Harley Lovecraft"
  • Alex Mauriello as "Erica"
  • Phil Morris as "Clay Redding"
  • Leslie Nielsen as "Producer"
  • Bob Rumnock as "Peter Downing, British Man #2"
  • Pauly Shore as "Rod Hardbone"
  • Preston Vanderslice as "Tyler"


  1. ^ Leslie Nielsen’s last movie Showbizcafe. 9 December 2010. (In Google cache)
  2. ^ a b Longsdorf, Amy (23 February 2011). "Tom Anderson's 'Stonerville' last Leslie Nielsen flick". The Morning Call. 
  3. ^ "Stonerville DVD". CD Universe. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  4. ^ Labrecque, Jeff (2010-12-10). "Inside Movies - 'Stonerville' trailer: Is this Leslie Nielsen's final film?". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2011-02-22. 

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