Duke of Goo, The

USA 2004

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Directed by Richard Matson

About a mythical donut-thieving nighttime creature, part hobo - part vampire, who haunts the city night while a crew of eccentric drifters hold a raucous dance party in a junkyard. The solitary and the communal nights begin to intertwine and finally collide. Short film.

a.k.a. The Duke of Goo


Hector Ducci as The Duke of Goo
Max Faugno as R.T.
Will Keenan as Reveler
Matt King as Reveler
James McArdel as Oswald

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