A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun

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A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun (a.k.a. A Girl, 3 Guys and a Gun) is a 2001 romantic comedy film from writer-director Brent Florence, who also stars in the picture. It is a low budget independent film with a cast consisting primarily of unknown actors, supported by 1940's film star June Allyson in her final role.


Three smalltown friends looking to leave their troubles behind come up with a robbery scheme to fund their trip to the big city. But as their plan goes awry and the authorities become involved, they are left with no other alternative but to take hostage a pair of traveling young lovebirds, with no shortage of problems of their own.


Actor Role
June Allyson Joey's Grandmother
Robin Clark Hellman
Brent Florence Frank
Natasha Henstridge 5 O'Clock Girl
Josh Holland Dave
Christian Leffler Neil
John Lexing Smith
Kenny Luper Joey
Lloyd A. Silverman Honor Farm Guard
Tava Smiley Allysa
Michael Trucco Trevor
Martin Veselich Rex
Tracy Zahoryin Hope


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