In 1988 Donald Trump wrote, directed, and starred in a made-for-TV movie based on his bestselling book 'The Art of the Deal.' BUT the film never aired, because legend has it, when his movie got pre-empted by the Monday Night Football game between the Browns and the Colts, Trump was furious, so he pulled the movie. Now Funny Or Die has unearthed this delightfully dated masterpiece for the world to see. We have an all-star cast and crew behind this incredible film, which, as the poster states, is “The New Film (Not) Based on the #1 National Bestselling Book by Donald Trump.” Directed by Jeremy Konner ('Drunk History') and written by Joe Randazzo (The Onion, '@midnight') with an intro from Academy Award winning director Ron Howard, the movie stars Johnny Depp as Donald Trump, Patton Oswalt as Merv Griffin, Jack McBrayer as Der Scutt (Trump’s architect), Alfred Molina as Jerry Schrager, Henry Winkler as Mayor Ed Koch, Michaela Watkins as Ivana Trump, 'Room’s' Jacob Tremblay, as well as Andy Richter, Stephen Merchant, and other iconic ’80s stars like ALF (as ALF). And of course, because it’s the time period, the maestro of 80’s soundtracks, Kenny Loggins, sings the theme song, entitled “The Art of the Deal." Funny Or Die Presents Donald Trump’s The Art Of The Deal: The Movie can be seen for a limited time exclusively on FunnyOrDie.com, the Funny Or Die app for Apple TV, and our mobile app for iOS and Android.