Orange 'macaulay culkin gold spot' by Mother London

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Child star Macaulay Culkin is haunted by his early acting years as Mr Dresden and Elliott attempt to hijack his prison movie and turn it into an excuse for more comic capers similar to those his character acted out in the Home Alone movies.

Child star Macaulay Culkin is haunted by his early acting years as Mr Dresden and Elliott attempt to hijack his prison movie and turn it into an excuse for more comic capers similar to those his character acted out in the Home Alone movies.

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Released: 31 October 2007

Credits

Creative
Yan Elliot

Creative
Luke Williamson

Creative
David Kolbusz

Creative
Sam Walker

Creative
Erik Enberg

Creative
Augusto Sola

Creative
Gustavo Sousa

Creative
Robert Doubal

Creative
John Cherry

Creative
Stephen Butler

Creative
Robert Saville

Creative
Mark Waites

Strategy
Lisa De Bonis 

Strategy
Dylan Williams

Strategy
Stef Calcraft

TV production
Ange Eleini

TV production
Juliet Pearson

TV production
Hayley Irow 

TV production
Sarah Case

Director
Bryan Buckley

Director
Stacey Wall

Director
Allen Coulter

Mother
Kerriann Clem

Mother
Nick Hussey

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