Chairman of the Board

NR, 95 min. Directed by Alex Zamm. Starring Carrot Top, Jack Warden, Larry Miller, Raquel Welch, Courtney Thorne-Smith.

Not reviewed at press time. For his screen debut, prop-humor comedian Carrot Top stars in this comedy about an inventor who saves his company from the big-business barracudas. The fact that it's opening here in Austin at a second-run discount house is not an auspicious sign. Did distribution company Trimark learn nothing from the huge comic egg it laid last year with its Rodney Dangerfield vehicle Meet Wally Sparks?

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