Underrated Masterpieces: The Master of Disguise

Underrated Masterpieces: The Master of Disguise

If there is one film that is very misunderstood, it is The Master of Disguise (2002). My good friend Jacob M. Keene, my father and I love it because it is actually funny and cute.

It is about Pistachio Disguisey (Dana Carvey) who wanted to be a Master of Disguise like his family as an effort to stop Devlin Bowman from taking over the world and stealing every priceless item in history with the help of his grandfather (James Brolin).

Notable disguises include Cherry Pie Man, George W. Bush (like father, like son as in SNL), Quint from Jaws, Turtle and Terry Suave.

Dana Carvey inspired the Turtle voice from Jim Henson’s Kermit the Frog, which sounded a lot like Kermit.

“Am I not turtlely enough for the turtle club?”

The Master of Disguise was made by Dana Carvey, who is a real master at voice replication which the kid-friendly film should be seen as.

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