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Dixie Lanes (1988)

A small-town Southern family may have survived World War II, but will they survive a family reunion?

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Don Cato

Writer:

David Brady
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hoyt Axton ... Clarence Laidlaw
Karen Black ... Zelma Putnam
Art Hindle ... Sheriff Lewis Clark
Moses Gunn ... Isaac
John Vernon ... Elmer Sinclair
Nina Foch ... Hazel Laidlaw
Ruth Buzzi ... Betty
Tina Louise ... Violet Hunter
Christopher Rydell ... Everett Laidlaw
Pamela Springsteen ... Judy
Victoria Cato Victoria Cato ... Melissa Sue
Katha Feffer Katha Feffer ... Dot
Denise Frisino Denise Frisino ... Mother on Bus (as Denise M. Frisino)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Boushey David Boushey ... Deputy
Brad Lea ... Everett Laidlaw
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A small-town Southern family may have survived World War II, but will they survive a family reunion?

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There ain't enough moonshine in Dixie to prepare for this homecoming!

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some sexual content and language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 June 1988 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Indian Summer See more »

Filming Locations:

Anacortes, Washington, USA See more »

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Miramax,SC Entertainment See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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Worse Than Merely Mediocre
20 December 2001 | by GangsteroctopusSee all my reviews

I wish I could say nice things about this film, as it was made in home state. But, in all honestly, I can't. From the filmed-through-the-bottom-of-a-beer-bottle cinematography (I guess that's supposed to be the haze of nostalgia, but it just makes everything blurry and orange-ish); the cheezy, tinny piano noodlings that barely pass for a score (like something out of a bad silent film); the painfully awkward, overly earnest, just plain bad writing (WAY too many backstory speeches of the "It's too bad he's that way because of this terrible thing that happened in his past, blah, blah, blah"-variety); a genuinely obnoxious performance by lead Chris Rydell (it's really difficult to identify with a protagonist who spends the entire film sulking and acting like a complete a**hole), though he seems tolerable compared to Karen Black's astoundingly shrill, utterly unbelievable portrayal of Aunt Zelma (Selma?); all the totally non-period hairstyles (especially sad in light of the fact that there was obviously some effort put into making the rest of the production design authentic) - alright, I'll put a cork in it. Suffice to say that this is a deservedly obscure, poorly made film that you should NOT seek out at your local video emporium.


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