Broadway house manager and musician Joe Traina will shoot his second independent film, "Lucky Stiff," in August with a cast featuring numerous Broadway actors.
Directed by Robert J. Huntley, "Lucky Stiff" is a follow-up to "The Dragon’s Eye," which was directed by Huntley last November.
Produced by Traina & Son Pictures and penned by Linda Rothschild-Rabinowitz, this 1940s film-noir spoof, according to press notes, "follows boy detective Jake Spade (Charlie Traina) as he deals with a number of the idle rich and their connection with Runyonesque characters of the gambling set."
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