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Katt Williams: American Hustle
Starring Katt Williams
Melanie Comarcho
Red Grant
Music by Loudon Wainwright III
Joe Henry
Distributed by Salient Films
Release date(s) June 1, 2007
Running time DVD Release
89 min.
Country United States
Language English

American Hustle is a 2007 comedy film, directed by Brit McAdams, and written by Brit McAdams and Katt Williams. It stars Katt Williams, Luenell, Melanie Comarcho, and Red Grant. It is considered a theatrical follow-up to Pimp Chronicles Part 1, and is considered as Pimp Chronicles Part 2. It is rated R for some sexual content, drug use, and profanity. [1]



Katt Williams decides that he wants to make it big in Hollywood, and meet with a pair of producers who attempt to woo him with pitches for movies featuring stereotypical plot devices used by other notable African-American comedians, such as using a "fat suit" and portraying multiple characters, or starring in parodies of other popular movies. Dissatisfied with the offer, Katt decides to hit the road with a group of friends, which included comedians Red Grant, Melanie Comarcho, and Luenell. The first half of the movie features stand-up by Katt's friends as they drive from one major city to another. The journey ends in Chicago, where Katt Williams takes over the rest of the movie with his open, underground-style stand-up comedy. After his performance, Katt ends the movie with a musical performance by himself, Da Brat & Snoop Dogg while the bloopers show during the end credits.[2]



  1. ^ 'Katt Williams: American Hustle' AmericanHustle-TheMovie.comFebruary, 2008. Retrieved on February 10th, 2008
  2. ^ 'Katt Williams: American Hustle (2007) (V) - Full Cast and Crew' February, 2008. Retrieved on February 10th, 2008

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