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Successful rock band from the movie ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093476/combined Maid To Order]'' (1987). Actor Dick Shawn plays wealthy rock and roll promoter Stan Starkey who manages them. He wrangles them a showcase gig at a fancy party, but lead singer Dude (Leland Crooke) gets knocked unconscious by a falling coconut, and maid [[Audrey James]] steps in at the last minute.
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[[Image:Loaded_Blanks_Maid_To_Order.png|right]]Successful rock band from the movie ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093476/combined Maid To Order]'' (1987). Actor Dick Shawn plays wealthy rock and roll promoter Stan Starkey who manages them. Lead singer Dude (Leland Crooke) throws raw meat at the audience.
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He wrangles them a showcase gig at a fancy party, but Dude gets knocked unconscious by a falling coconut, and maid [[Audrey James]] steps in at the last minute.
  
 
This rest of the band was played by members of real 1980s hair metal band Great White: Lorne Black, Jack Russell, Audie Desbrow, Mark Kendall, and Michael Lardie. Apparently Dude's real name is Irwin Raselhof.
 
This rest of the band was played by members of real 1980s hair metal band Great White: Lorne Black, Jack Russell, Audie Desbrow, Mark Kendall, and Michael Lardie. Apparently Dude's real name is Irwin Raselhof.

Latest revision as of 08:43, 1 April 2019

Loaded Blanks Maid To Order.png
Successful rock band from the movie Maid To Order (1987). Actor Dick Shawn plays wealthy rock and roll promoter Stan Starkey who manages them. Lead singer Dude (Leland Crooke) throws raw meat at the audience.

He wrangles them a showcase gig at a fancy party, but Dude gets knocked unconscious by a falling coconut, and maid Audrey James steps in at the last minute.

This rest of the band was played by members of real 1980s hair metal band Great White: Lorne Black, Jack Russell, Audie Desbrow, Mark Kendall, and Michael Lardie. Apparently Dude's real name is Irwin Raselhof.

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