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13th and Pearl (2011)

13th & Pearl is set against the backdrop of Denver's bohemian Capitol Hill neighborhood. A group of small business owners are forced to band together when their new landlord unveils some ... See full summary »

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Kate (as Christine Elise McCarthy)
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Lily
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Julio
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Jerry (as Bobby Black)
Drew Horwitz ...
Clarence
Michael Shalhoub ...
Warren
Steven J. Burge ...
Trent
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Suzy
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Bob
Musashi Alexander ...
Mr. Shimura
Bernie Cardell ...
Steve
Gypsy Elstun ...
Mrs. Grumman
Jonathan Snyder ...
Indignant Jewish Eagles Fan
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Clarence
Jesse Sledge ...
Angry Shoplifter
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13th & Pearl is set against the backdrop of Denver's bohemian Capitol Hill neighborhood. A group of small business owners are forced to band together when their new landlord unveils some eccentric ideas for redeveloping their block. Kate, the manager of the local dive bar, finds herself thrust into the role of community leader for a band of misfits that includes an aging punk rocker who runs a record store, a short order cook with a mysterious past, and a bookseller so anti-commercial that his shop doesn't even have a sign. Together they have to discover if they have what it takes to save their block, and if the block is even worth saving. Written by Anonymous

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