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Dead Lenny is a 2006 Action film starring Steven Bauer and Armand Assante, released under the tagline "Unfortunately, Lenny's promised everyone the money."
Mobster Tony Thick (Armand Assante) is expecting $5 million in cash to be delivered by Lenny Long (Steven Bauer) from Los Angeles. Lenny is a mule for the mob and he's gone missing with the cash - is he dead? No one knows. When Lenny is a no show, Thick sends Shady (Steve Baker) to L.A. to look for the missing cash. Shady has no idea of the crazies he's going to run into. Shady meets Lenny's baby-desperate wife Sally (Sally Long), his ditsy mistress Eve (Whitney Able), his muscle-headed brother Louis (Joe Piscopo), his quirky neurosurgeon Dr. Hooker (John Heard) and a crew of other nut jobs all looking for the missing cash. When Lenny finally shows up in a San Bernardino Hospital in an on-again/off-again coma everything is turned upside down and everyone is on the chase for their share of the cash.
Dead Lenny was shot in Los Angeles, California, and New York. The film was released Straight to DVD June 25, 2007. It holds a 3.0 out of a possible 10 on the IMDb.