Vic, Adam and Chad at the Gas Station location. One of the best shoots!
Dandi just being cute and getting into character.
Jayna transforms into Keesha. This is character acting at it's best!
The top dogs with a view.
Vic and Randy confer at the Where House scene. Did Chad ("Mace") throw the water bottle
at Adam ("Brick") hard enough?
Chad sleeping on the job.
Christi shows off her new pearly whites in character.
Our Props girl!
Dawn has props and we give Dawn big props right back at ya!
The Steady Cam Man!
Chad Wilson: Steady Cam operator master.
This guy is buff!
J.B Tuttle is pumped up and ready to act on location at the old Alamo Draft House in Austin,
Great minds create comedy.
Randy and Kelly work out some last minute details before the stampede happens!
A Rhinos Family Photo.
Young Zoe and young Chad, Adam and Christie for that matter.... Good times!
Tangi Miller of the show "Felicity", Chad Nell and Dandi receive direction between shots.
Literally shots! (just kidding!)
A disturbing bunch.
This crew makes for a wild dream sequence.
Magic knife behind the scenes.
Hollywood has lost yet another grip.
Melrose and Randy making it happen!
Randy and Melrose Larry Green working for food. Yep, craft services is what
kept this team working!
Melrose and Vic
Melrose Larry Green of the famed radio show "Howard Stern" and Vic were like long lost buds.
Through the camera's eye.
Peter LoGrecko in a rare moment alone.
Look at this guy, he was cute!
Young Brick dawning the shades.
Kelly and Randy again!
Kelly and Randy take a more serious moment... maybe not so serious.
The breaking point.
Adam ("Brick") lets us know how he really feels. It's another One Horn Production!
'Rhinos,' staring Chad Nell, left, and Adam Warren, Returns to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Tonight.
Rhinos" returns to the big screen at the Alamo Drafthouse After a successful run of sold-out screenings at festivals and theaters across the country. The comedy portrays the lives of two twentysomethings interested in making lots of money without working for it. (9:45 p.m.)
March 4, 1999