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Cast: M. G. Kelly, Jim West, Belinda Bauer, Gedde Watanabe, Michael Richards, Emo Philips, Steve Jay, Dr. Demento, Sue Ane Langdon, Trinidad Silva, Anthony Geary, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Vance Colvig, Kevin McCarthy, Patrick Thomas O'Brien, Stanley Brock, Fran Drescher, Robert K. Weiss, David Bowe, Billy Barty, David Proval, Tony Frank, Victoria Jackson, John Harlan, Marlo Holly, Adam Clarke, Bob Maras, Francis M. Carlson, Bob Hungerford, John Cadenhead, Herbert Glucksman, Gigi Orsillo, Roger Callard, Jeff Maynard, Grant James, Ivan Green, Charles Marsh, Robert Frank, Lori Wagner, Kenwick Cook, Sherry Engstrom, Kim Bullard, Nik Hagler, Billie Lee Thrash, Lou B. Washington, Joe Restivo, Rhias Hall, Jim Rose, Joseph Witt, Wilma Jeanne Cummins, Nancy Johnson, Cliff Stephens, Jay Gardner, Gary Sievers, Brian Routh, Jon Schwartz, Travis Knight, Eldon G. Hallum, Adam Maras, Jeff Howard, Kevin Roden, Jay Levey, Lisa R. Stefanic, George Fisher, Debbie Mathieu, John Paragon, Sara Allen, Martin von Haselberg, Barry Friedman, Tony Salome (Show Less)
UHF is a 1989 American comedy film starring "Weird Al" Yankovic, David Bowe, Fran Drescher, Victoria Jackson, Kevin McCarthy, Michael Richards, Gedde Watanabe, Billy Barty, Anthony Geary, Emo Philips and Trinidad Silva, to whose memory the film is dedicated. The film was directed by Jay Levey,... ... Show More
UHF is a 1989 American comedy film starring "Weird Al" Yankovic, David Bowe, Fran Drescher, Victoria Jackson, Kevin McCarthy, Michael Richards, Gedde Watanabe, Billy Barty, Anthony Geary, Emo Philips and Trinidad Silva, to whose memory the film is dedicated. The film was directed by Jay Levey, Yankovic's manager, who also co-wrote the screenplay with him. It was released by Orion Pictures. It is now distributed by MGM. The movie was used as the center of the 1989 special Camp MTV, a six-hour block of programming that was used as a promotional tool. Yankovic stars as a shiftless dreamer who stumbles into managing a low-budget television station and, surprisingly, finds success with his eclectic programming choices. He provokes the ire of a major network station that dislikes the competitive upstart. The title refers to the Ultra High Frequency analog television broadcasting band on which such low-budget television stations often were placed in the United States. UHF earned mixed to poor critical reviews. While only a modest success during its theatrical release, it became a cult film on home video. Show Less
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