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Rich Iott movie, or Paladino-paying gay nightclub?

Quiz Time!

When he isn't reenacting various wars or trying to decide what his day job is, Ohio congressional candidate Rich Iott produces movies!*

Meanwhile, new York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino says that our children are "brainwashed into thinking homosexuality is equally valid." Which brings us to this quiz:

Movie produced by Rich Iott, or gay nightclub that operated in a building owned by Carl Paladino?

Cobalt

Beautiful Boy

Glass City

Never Cry Werewolf

Deal

Buddies II

Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon

InSight

Happily After


*How do I know this? After the Jewish friend that he called to testify to his character said they'd worked on film projects together, David Waldman at Daily Kos pointed out that Richard Iott has his own IMDB page, listing the screen gems in which he's been implicated over the years! It's quite a read.

Answers: 1, 6: Gay nightclub
2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9: Rich Iott movie

By Alexandra Petri  | October 13, 2010; 12:49 PM ET
Categories:  Petri, That's awkward  | Tags:  Carl Paladino, Rich Iott  
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