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The Scam Artist

The Scam Artist
Directed by Cliff Hensley
Produced by Cliff Hensley
Diamond Dallas Page
Edgeworks Entertainment
Written by Cliff Hensley
Starring Kimberly Page
Michael Patrick Larson
Diamond Dallas Page
Angie Fox
Tim McNally
Distributed by IndieFlix
Edgeworks Entertainment
Release dates
2004
Running time
76 min.
Language English

The Scam Artist was a 2004 independent film that was meant to catapult the acting career of Kimberly Page.

The movie stars Kimberly Page, her then husband Diamond Dallas Page and Michael Patrick Larson. The plot was set in the future in the United States. Corporations rule America and the daughter of a wealthy CEO, Sylvia Heinrich (Kimberly Page), cooks up a scheme with her boyfriend, David Sands (Larson), to fake her kidnapping and to leave the country with the ransom money.

They involve a mercenary, Lenny (Diamond Dallas Page) to assist but then things start to go haywire and greed begins to rear its ugly head. Sylvia's father, Winston (Tim McNally) does not want to pay a ransom and adds his thugs to the mix.

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