An introverted young woman must confront her family's destiny when she inherits an ancient musical instrument with a sinister history.

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Francis Abbey ...
Narrator (scenes deleted)
Jill Brumer ...
Sammy - Hot Note Hitters
Dan Cross ...
Tommy - Hot Note Hitters
Justin Cruse ...
Additional Voice (voice)
Lorraine Cruse ...
Additional Voice (voice)
Jay Cunningham ...
Ventriloquist
Susan Flores ...
Suzy Erfinder
Krissy Fries ...
Katey - Hot Note Hitters
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Coffee Shop Patron
Adam Gould ...
Bill - Hot Note Hitters
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Catfish Festival Emcee
Steve Johnson ...
Dr. Optimus Flansberg
Bryan Krass ...
Stagehand 1
Dan Maxwell ...
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Diane Maxwell ...
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The Erfinder family is full of great musicians - except for Suzy. Seemingly bereft of her family's musical skills, she labors as a librarian, yearning for the excitement and adventures found in the books that surround her. Things take a turn for the bizarre when she is approached by a strange old man who offers to teach her to play the Cacophone, a mysterious and ungainly instrument with a long and sordid history. Her playing leads to a series of strange events that ultimately force her to confront her family's destiny and solve the mystery of the peculiar instrument. Written by Kristen Maxwell

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29 April 2006 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Executive producer Diane Maxwell created the prop of the Cacophone itself. Without access to a workshop or even a garage, she transformed the Maxwell family's tiny apartment's kitchen into a miniature wood-shop. Working on nights and weekends after her day job, she sawed, filed, drilled, painted, stained, screwed, hammered, and otherwise made a mess of her personal living space to bring the ungainly instrument to life. See more »

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"Byron Enis" is listed as an additional voice. This is a fictional name made up to be used as an alter-ego of director Ryan Farriss, and was added to the end credits to maintain visual rhythm. See more »

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