Master of Disguise

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Master of Disguise
Directed by: Perry Andelin Blake
Produced by: Barry Bernardi
Sid Ganis
Todd Garner
Adam Sandler
Alex Siskin
Written by: Dana Carvey
Harris Goldberg
Starring: Dana Carvey
Jennifer Esposito
Harold Gould
James Brolin
Brent Spiner
Music by: Marc Ellis
Edited by: Peck Prior
Sandy Solowitz
Cinematography: Peter Lyons Collister
Production company: Revolution Studios
Happy Madison Productions
Distributed by: Columbia Pictures
Release date: August 2, 2002
Running time: 81 minutes
Budget: $16,000,000
Box office: $43.4 million

The Master of Disguise is a 2002 comedy film starring Dana Carvey and Jennifer Esospito. It was produced by Adam Sandler through his production company, Happy Madison. It did well at the box office, but received very negative reviews, scoring a measly 1% in Rotten Tomatoes.

Plot[edit]

Pistachio Disguisey's (Carvey) parents (James Brolin and Edie McClurg) have been kidnapped by the evil Devlin Bowman (Brent Spiner). In order to save them, Pistachio must become a master of disguise.

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

TBA