Master of Disguise

Master of Disguise

Director: Perry Andelin Blake Cast: Dana Carvey, Jennifer Esposito, Harold Gould

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Dana Carvey stars in the family-friendly comedy Master of Disguise, directed by Perry Andelin Blake and executive-produced by Adam Sandler. Columbia TriStar Home Video presents the film with a standard full-frame transfer that does not preserve the original aspect ratio. The Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround soundtrack is presented in English, French, and Spanish. Optional subtitles are available in all three languages. Surprisingly, this disc has a lot of special features. First of all, director Blake and star Carvey provide a silly audio commentary track. The three production featurettes are called "The Magic of Disguise," "Identity Crisis," and "Man of a Thousand Faces." Each featurette contains behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the cast and crew. Other special features include alternate and deleted scenes, a music video for "M.A.S.T.E.R. Part 2" by Play and Lil Fizz, and a few theatrical trailers. This disc can only be recommended to small children or those with an interest in makeup effects.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/28/2003
UPC: 0043396082892
Original Release: 2002
Rating: PG
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:20:00
Sales rank: 13,062

Special Features

Closed Caption; Director Perry Blake and Dana Carvey commentary; Alternate & deleted scenes with all-new Turtle Guy intros; 3 DVD-exclusive featurettes: "Man of a Thousand Faces" (costumes/makeup), "The Magic of Disguise" (visual EFX), "Identity Crisis" (behind-the-scenes); Music video: "M.A.S.T.E.R. Part 2" performed by Play featuring Lil Fizz; Theatrical trailers; Animated menus; Scene selections; Full-screen presentation; Mastered in high definition; Digitally mastered audio; Audio: English 5.1 (Dolby Digital), French & Spanish; Subtitles: English, French, & Spanish

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dana Carvey Pistachio Disguisey
Jennifer Esposito Jennifer
Harold Gould Grandfather
James Brolin Fabbrizio Disguisey
Brent Spiner Devlin Bowman
Edie McClurg Mother
Maria Canals Sophia
Austin Wolff Barney
Mark Devine Actor
Jay Johnston Actor
Robert Machray Actor
Rachel Lederman Actor
Jessica Simpson Actor
Mike Johnson Actor
Kenan Thompson Kenan
Erick Avari Cigar Maker
Bo Derek Actor
Robert Loggia Actor
Kevin Nealon White Collar Executive
Jesse Ventura Actor

Technical Credits
Perry Andelin Blake Director
Alan Au Production Designer
Barry Bernardi Producer
Dana Carvey Screenwriter
Allegra Clegg Co-producer
Peter Lyons Collister Cinematographer
Derek Dauchy Co-producer
Michael Dilbeck Musical Direction/Supervision
Marc Ellis Score Composer
Sid Ganis Producer
Todd Garner Producer
Jack Giarraputo Executive Producer
Harris Goldberg Co-producer,Screenwriter
Robert Greenfield Set Decoration/Design
Vincent Lascoumes Asst. Director
Mona May Costumes/Costume Designer
Roger Mussenden Casting
Peck Prior Editor
Adam Sandler Executive Producer
Domenic Silvestri Art Director
Alex Siskin Producer
Sandy Solowitz Editor
Dino Stamatopoulos Co-producer
Elizabeth Torres Casting
Elmo Weber Sound/Sound Designer
Kevin Yagher Makeup Special Effects

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [3:27]
2. "This Is My Son." [1:39]
3. Pistachio Disguisey [4:25]
4. A Waiter With Experience [3:47]
5. Kidnapping & Ransackery [:57]
6. Grandfather [2:31]
7. The Disguisey Legacy [2:47]
8. "Behold Your Father's Nest!" [1:32]
9. Training Begins [1:12]
10. Devlin Bowman [1:11]
11. Energico [2:31]
12. The Slapping Dummy [1:00]
13. Rare Item #1 [3:46]
14. Hiring an Assistant [5:54]
15. The Turtle Club [2:26]
16. Rare Item #46 [1:21]
17. Trent [1:03]
18. The Antique Show [3:11]
19. A Simple Plan of Distraction [2:44]
20. Quint & Cow Pies [3:31]
21. Bavarian Tax Authority [2:21]
22. Operation Minty Hippo [1:17]
23. Slapping Time [1:25]
24. Rare Item #99 [1:45]
25. Cherry Pie Man [5:41]
26. Live on Black MarkEBay [1:07]
27. The Dark Side of Energico [2:53]
28. Dubya Retrieves the Constitution [2:34]

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Master of Disguise 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a silly, fun movie. Kids like it. Lots of gross-humor stuff. First time I did not care for it, but second time it was better. It's silly fun. Dana Carvey is great at all his inpersonations. Very likeable guy.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I think the movie was great especially when he made the snake a little sweater. And you can never forget '' become anutter person become anutter person'' so that was good and well this is the end i guess.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is probably one of THE WORST movies ever! I mean, there is no plot, the characters are stupid and the movie itself is just plain wrong. the humor is just flat out ridiculous! my advice, skip the movie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that Master of disguise was a very cool,funny and also very touchable too!! And also I liked the transformasions of Pistaschio.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Our whole family LOVES this movie. Some of it is so bad it's good, and some of it is just brilliant. The whole cast is excellent, from the Poppa's deadpan reactions to the Grandfather's creative insults. It'll appeal to your 8-year-old and your mentally-8-year-old adults too. And you know who you are! Sublimely inane. I just wish they'd release a director's cut. Obviously there is a LOT they cut out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you have any sense whatsoever, you will STAY AWAY FROM THIS MOVIE!!! If you even call it a movie! I call it something Dana Carvey did to get himself back on the road to stardom...and it didn't work. I like Dana Carvey and I thought he was hillarious on SNL but I mean this totally makes him look bad. The TURTLE TURTLE thing was so horrifying...and pointless. Who decided this was supposed to be a FAMILY movie??? It would scare the kids out of the room!!! A positive thing about this ''movie'' (yes, there is something positive) is the two seconds of funniness when the evil person laughs for about 20 seconds and suddenly toots, silencing him. But sadly, the tiny sliver of humor is spoiled by the overuse of the joke. By the time it's shown for the 4th time, it becomes really banal and expected. People, for the love of GOD, don't even LOOK at the cover of the DVD! This is seriously the worst movie ever made. For those who beg to differ, I warn you not to prove me wrong because you'll regret it terribly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a really funny movie . Some people (like the person who wrote the review before me) don't find much humor in this movie, BUT I DO! It was a great movie to watch with my brother. I 'd reccommend it to anyone who likes funny and occasionally rude humor.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago