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"The Misplaced Servants" is a hilarious comedy about a married couple who want to serve in the Church. The only problem is they keep trying out for positions they're both not gifted in and soon find themselves out of a job.
Adwoa Dora as Bill
Adwoa brought the fun-loving part of Bill to life and sang beautifully the song "Serve the Lord," which was written by Anthony Heyward and composed by Art Carraway.
Jenifer Corral as Beverly
Jenifer not only gave a fine performance as the pretentious Beverly Snoty but also assisted the director in making the picture.
Earl Jackson as Sydney
Earl cleverly portrayed the snooty character of Henry Winthrop Snoty the 3rd.
"Max and the Coffee Tree" precedes the main production. It is an animated short-story about a Moose with a severe addiction to coffee and the friend that tries to help him break free.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Bloopers! Sherre falls and gets injured during the film!
It actually happens . . .
During the taping of one of the scenes in "The Misplaced Servants," Lucia (played by Sherre Chappell) actually falls backwards on the couch and smacks her head on the window seal. The director decided to use the mishap in the comedy.
Bill Smacks Sydney in the face!
In case you didn't know . . .
During the showdown sequence, Adwoa is not pretending to be shocked after getting hit in the face with the rubber glove. Earl really did hit him on accident!
Who is that mysterious person?
Hiding in disguise . . .
At the end of the credits a special church session is taking place. Who is that hiding in the background wearing a white wig and feather hat? It's none other than Jenifer Corral!
THE MISPLACED QUOTES
"Whacky fun for the whole family!"
"A double-dose of fun and laughter with a message for the whole family!"
"Very well presented and left us with a desire for more!"
-Pat & Carleen Lemley
"A comedy that will not only tickle your funny bone but will help you see God in a different way!"