All in Good Taste (Originally known as It's All in Good Taste) is a Canadian film notable for being one of Jim Carrey's first film roles. It was filmed in 1981 but not shown in theaters until 1983. The film is about a young filmmaker named Timothy (Jonathan Welsh), with a screen play. His script is a story of an orphan and his dog who are in search of a loving family. But film investors force Timothy into making a movie with sex and violence. Jim Carrey has a small silent role as a naked cameraman named Ralph Parker in this movie.