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Fever Pitch  
Release Date:
4/8/2005
Studio:
20th Century
Rating:
PG-13
Length:
98
Overall Score:
2.00
Reviewers' Comments:
"Pitch" strikes out in the first inning due to tobacco use around a child. SM
Director:
Farrelly, Bobby and Peter
Producer(s):
Barrymore, Drew     Greenspan, Alan     Juvonen, Nancy     Netter, Gil
Writer(s):
Ganz, Lowell
Mandel, Babaloo

Editor:
Baumgarten, Alan
Prop Master:
Levitt, Stephen
Smoking Incidents:
1 - 9
Where:
Vehicle          
Outdoors:
on high school campus, outside at a party
Other:
Who Around:
Non-smoking Adult    
Where On The Set:
Elsewhere in US  
Brand Shown 1:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Brand Shown 2:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Lead:         Credited Non-star:         Extra:
Actor Star Power Tobacco Type Age Ethnicity Gender Role
Clarke, Lenny Credited Non-star Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male
Sneed, Johnny Credited Non-star Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette Teen Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 30+ Caucasian Female
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:
Comment

Teen smoking on school campus seen by Fallo. Fallon approaches teen and says "What? Are you smoking? That's an insult, don't you know you don't smoke around teachers." He then stomps on cigarette. Mostly upset because he feels disrespected.

Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Sexy: Sexy: Celebration: Wealth/Power: B Cool:
Independent/Unique: A Rebellion: A Tension/Stress: Relaxation: B Habit/Addiction:
Bad Guy: Loser: Other: B- not kid savvy Neutral:  
Other Comments:
Uncle Carl lights up around kid to show he does not know about kids
Overall:
Pro
Extent:
2
Overall:
4
Perceived:
6
Where People Smoke:
2
Special Circumstances:
Tobacco use around a child and tobacco use by teen under 18 years

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