Teeth (lost British comedy film; 2002)
Teeth is an alleged 2002 British comedy-drama directed by Jonathan Newman, starring Canadian actor, Alan Marriott (who also co-wrote the movie), and Portequese actress, Rita Frazao.
It is considered to be the most obscure and rarest movie ever made, since there are no physical copies, screenshots, clips, or even posters of the movie to be found anywhere as of 2020. The only proof of this movie’s existence is that it has a page on IMDb, and it is mentioned on Alan Marriott’s website. The film was produced by Dan Films.
Plot Synopsis[edit | edit source]
All that is known about the movie’s plot (according to its IMDb page) is that it revolves around a 35 year old man named Dr. Horace Morgan, played by Alan Marriott, who works as a Doctor and is a virgin looking for a love interest and suffers from having large teeth that serve as a hindrance to him, hence the title of the movie. It is unknown what role Ritza Frazao has in the film, though it can be assumed she plays as Morgan’s love interest. According to IMDb, the movie also runs at 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Alan Marriott as Dr. Horace Morgan
- Rita Frazao as Unknown Role
Crew[edit | edit source]
- Director: Jonathan Newman
- Writers: Jonathan Newman, Alan Marriott
- Production Company: Dan Films
- Producers: Julie Baines, Jason Newmark
External Link[edit | edit source]
- IMDb page for Teeth. Retrieved Retrieved 19 Jul '20